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Crowds honor WWII veterans at Normandy D-Day celebrations

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Crowds honor WWII veterans at Normandy D-Day celebrations

"Crowds gather to mark a day of joy and sadness on the 78th anniversary of D-Day At sunrise enormity D-Day veteran Charles Shay a penobscot tribal elder took part in a sage burning ceremony to mark the day in 1944 the thousands of troops landed in France launching the land war to win back Europe from Nazi occupation For the past two years D-Day ceremonies were reduced to a minimum amid pandemic restrictions this year crowds of French and international visitors including several dozen veterans in their 90s are back Shea says he has never forgotten his fallen comrades that this will be his last public ceremony I will not be here anymore Thinking about the conflicts of today Shay says he sat for the people of Ukraine and to see war in Europe once again 1944 I landed on this beaches and we thought we would bring priests to the world but it's not possible I'm Jennifer King

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The Four Biggest American Media Celebrities of the 1930s

History Unplugged Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

The Four Biggest American Media Celebrities of the 1930s

"In the 1930s, the biggest American media celebrities were four foreign correspondents, Dorothy Thompson, John Gunther, HR knickerbocker, and Vincent Shea. They were household names in their day, and just as famous as their novel writing lost generation counterparts, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway. These reporters helped shape what Americans knew about the world between the two world wars by landing exclusive interviews with the most important political figures of their day, including Hitler, Mussolini and Franco, as well as Trotsky, Gandhi, nehru, Churchill and FDR. But they also went beyond state press releases and listened closely to the dissidents in Europe and heard alarming reports of violence against anyone who opposed these authoritarian regimes. The reporting made waves at home and abroad. HR knickerbocker was the only foreign reporter whose dispatches Mussolini bothered to read. Joseph gobel is called knickerbocker in international liar and counterfeiter. John Guthrie shot to fame, but the book inside Europe published in 1936, arguing that, quote, unresolved personal conflicts in the lives of various European politicians may contribute to the collapse of our civilization. In the face of increasing violence in Europe, these reporters had to decide whether they would remain on the sidelines or advocate for their readers to respond. They were the readers of the dictators wouldn't be satisfied with their territories they conquered, and the objected to the policies of appeasement and predicted the coming of the Second World War. Putting together the stories they covered, the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935, the Spanish Civil War broke out the next year, the German annexation of Austria and the karma book Czechoslovakia, and made very accurate judgments about what would come next.

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"shea" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

04:08 min | 2 months ago

"shea" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

"Do you think she is funny and that he meant it to be funny and it kind of deadpan way at the more time you spent with it? I mean, I know it's actually kind of profoundly philosophical about beauty and ugliness, but but do you think it's a joke too? I think it's like haiku. And that is to say it's playful and serious. It's mischievous and deep. And so I think that the tone of it is emblematic of the form itself. And we made some choices. We could have said urine, flatulence, excrement, but we went with piss, shit, fart. But everything else we kept at a pretty serious tone, and we didn't use contractions, we tried to kind of capture what someone might sound like in 1900s. And so we thought that that was a good way to capture the little dissonance that you feel in the essay and the argument, essentially, which is that haiku can handle this dissonance. But by trying to harmonize it, I think readers were smiling. I think she was smiling to himself when he wrote it. And I think that at the readers were smiling as well. Smelling on his deathbed, right? Oh, he was bedridden for the last 7 years or so of his life. So this falls squarely right in the middle of that period. Amazing. You know, in 1899, in the winter he wrote a haiku about his garden that features a cat shitting, maybe I'll just read it. A stray cat is shitting in my winter garden. So again, imagine him on his bed and he can't get up and he can just look out the window at this little cat shitting in his winter garden. That is so unadorned. I mean, I can quote it after just hearing it for the first time. A stray cat is shitting in my winter garden. It sounds like a sentence you would email to someone and you made that artist extraordinary. Yeah, the composure of mind to be able to sit down and write something so spare under such duress is remarkable. And to call it art. Right. Right. Right. There's something kind of conceptual. It's like a urinal on the wall of a museum. But it's in language. It's just a shit. It's a cat leaving its scat as it goes on with its life and we're talking about it now. Big thanks to James Shea. You can read Shea and ikuo Amano's translation of shiki's essay, haiku on shit. And the May 2022 issue of poetry in print and online. James Shay is the author of the lost novel and star in the eye, both published by fence books. He Amano is the author of decadent literature in 20th century Japan, published by Paul grave McMillan. If you're not yet a subscriber to poetry magazine, there's a special rate for podcast listeners. For a limited time, you can get a full year of the magazine for $20. That's 11 book length issues for just $20. Visit poetry magazine dot org slash podcast offer to subscribe. That's poetry magazine dot org slash podcast offer. This shows produced by Rachel James. The music in this episode came from reservoir, hella bastard at plume, John McCallum, rob Missouri, and irreversible entanglements. Okay, that's it..

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Hurricanes rally to beat Devils 3-2 in OT, win 3rd straight

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricanes rally to beat Devils 3-2 in OT, win 3rd straight

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Pastrnak hat trick keys 3-2 win, Bruins pass Tampa in East

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Pastrnak hat trick keys 3-2 win, Bruins pass Tampa in East

"David pastor not completed his twelfth career hat trick by scoring the tiebreaking goal with four ten remaining in the Bruins three two win over the lightning o'shea beat a team great to my complaint always is confident booster you know and and I thing at the same time the the deserved to win today I think we were the better team Pasternak's first two goals tied the game Jeremy swimming turned back twenty two shots in Erik Haula had three assists in Boston's twelfth win in fourteen games Steven Stamkos and Brandon Hagel scored for the bulls who received thirty six saves from Andrei Vasile eski Hagel's goal was shorthanded the Bruins pulled into a second place tie with Toronto when the Atlantic division one point ahead of Tampa Bay I'm the ferry

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Svechnikov scores twice as Hurricanes beat Predators 5-3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Svechnikov scores twice as Hurricanes beat Predators 5-3

"I'd raise venture capital over two goals and an assist as the hurricanes handed the predators their fourth straight regulation loss since the all star break for nothing it's been a tough games for us loves dancing and the it's important you know we gotta remember game special before blouse you know get the get that mentality noted in a game and the you know I moved again to the plow but I know it's it's going to be far still but you know that's what we're gonna do right now Brady Shea and Jacob Slavin each had a goal and an assist for Carolina which is to to into since the all star break the predators got back in the game by scoring twice with the net empty but so that's the kind of clinched it with an empty netter Frederick Anderson stopped twenty eight shots for the hurricanes who moved into a tie with Pittsburgh for the metropolitan division lead I'm Dave Ferrie

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"shea" Discussed on Words on Water

Words on Water

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"shea" Discussed on Words on Water

"Tell us about yourself chez. Where do you work. What's your role. Semi formal title is education coordinator. And i worked for pinellas county utilities out of the south cross by advanced water reclamation facility in st petersburg florida's. Let's a really really really long name. And i do a little bit of everything to be honest when i started here mostly k. Through twelve so kindergarten twelfth grade education. But i also work a lot. What the local technical schools colleges universities basically anyone that has a title water. Which is everybody. That's absolutely right so for our listeners. Could you give us a little more sense of the municipality like how many treatment plans the capacity of the one that you sit out those types of things and whereas pinellas county in florida. So we'll start with where county is. We are just outside of tampa. So we're like little peninsula on the peninsula's i call it so west. Coast of florida kind of west central. If you're looking at a map of florida right on the very coast golfing mexico and pinellas county. Utilities owns and operates. Three facilities. One is drinking water facility. That's up on our north county. And then also in the north county we have our done facility which is wastewater and water reclamation and then down in the south county we have facility. That is it. It is the south cross by events. Water reclamation facility so between done and south across south crossed is a thirty three. Mgd plant so it is also the largest in the entire county not just owned and operated by the county but it is the largest is so that's one thing that makes us really cool. We have a lot of really unique features here facility for instance we have a On so we actually make fertilizer which is something that when we do towards people think is really interesting because they actually get to see kind of what happened to their number two which most people don't think about right but we also have things like our tetra denied filters so that's what makes us advance so we get to point out those kinds of things we also have primary tanks. We have two parallel trains. Emily i know i'm getting into the technical stuff but those are really cool things to point out even to the public and to the engineering community.

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Shea Dunifon on Outreach to the Younger Generation

Words on Water

02:19 min | 10 months ago

Shea Dunifon on Outreach to the Younger Generation

"Tell us about yourself chez. Where do you work. What's your role. Semi formal title is education coordinator. And i worked for pinellas county utilities out of the south cross by advanced water reclamation facility in st petersburg florida's. Let's a really really really long name. And i do a little bit of everything to be honest when i started here mostly k. Through twelve so kindergarten twelfth grade education. But i also work a lot. What the local technical schools colleges universities basically anyone that has a title water. Which is everybody. That's absolutely right so for our listeners. Could you give us a little more sense of the municipality like how many treatment plans the capacity of the one that you sit out those types of things and whereas pinellas county in florida. So we'll start with where county is. We are just outside of tampa. So we're like little peninsula on the peninsula's i call it so west. Coast of florida kind of west central. If you're looking at a map of florida right on the very coast golfing mexico and pinellas county. Utilities owns and operates. Three facilities. One is drinking water facility. That's up on our north county. And then also in the north county we have our done facility which is wastewater and water reclamation and then down in the south county we have facility. That is it. It is the south cross by events. Water reclamation facility so between done and south across south crossed is a thirty three. Mgd plant so it is also the largest in the entire county not just owned and operated by the county but it is the largest is so that's one thing that makes us really cool. We have a lot of really unique features here facility for instance we have a On so we actually make fertilizer which is something that when we do towards people think is really interesting because they actually get to see kind of what happened to their number two which most people don't think about right but we also have things like our tetra denied filters so that's what makes us advance so we get to point out those kinds of things we also have primary tanks. We have two parallel trains. Emily i know i'm getting into the technical stuff but those are really cool things to point out even to the public and to the engineering community.

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Giants' Scouting Director Michael Holmes Comments on MLB Draft

Giants Splash

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Giants' Scouting Director Michael Holmes Comments on MLB Draft

"I'm john shea national baseball writer of the san francisco chronicle and it's a perfect time to welcome the giant scouting director michael holmes to break down the players. He selected in the three years. He ran the giants drafts. Who's looking good. What's up with the top guys taken in this year's draft. And how does the giants versatility at the big league level. Translate undrafted so michael scouting director of the giants after a long time. Stints with the oakland as you've been with farhan zaidi. The past three years leading the drafts. And there've been some intriguing draft draft. So far i mean you had the full forty in two thousand nineteen and then because a code you only had five picks in the twenty twenty draft and then this year twenty six and the draft was wrecked during the all star break held in denver so every year is a little bit different for you in a wondering. How how you adjust from year to year and Because the game has changed and everyone has to change with the game. But how how did that. Make your job different. Well i think this year was an insecure navigate just because One coup the challenge of cova players over the last calendar year. Not having played as much Not as many reps at bats innings on the mound Us not maybe being able to build some of the history. We've we've been able to in the past with some of the players But i i thought it was a whole art. Staff overcame those obstacles. You know really well and we were able to able to get a lot of looks on on the players that we had interest in. I also think it a challenge of the draft being pushed back from date standpoint You know having the introduction of mlb combine was a new a new twist to the draft. Which i thought went really well. And they'll be a really nice job putting that on putting together Thought we got a lot of benefits from being there intending

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Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton to Miss Start of Season

ESPN Radio

01:41 min | 11 months ago

Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton to Miss Start of Season

"T Y. Hilton expected to miss the start of the regular season after re aggravating a neck injury. At practice last week earlier on ESPN radio are Courtney Cronin in Shape Peppler. The Colts need to let go stage their locker room like they need to take a page out of the Baltimore Orioles and what they did there in breaking a 19 game losing streak because it just feels like injury after injury for them Now, next on the list is T Y Hilton, who's got a back problem. They don't know the diagnosis with That, But I know Courtney, you've got some more insight as to what the deal is with T Y Hilton in Indianapolis. Yeah, Apparently he was injured in practice on Wednesday. This didn't come from the preseason game that they just played on Friday. That happened early, and then he came back out and he was able to finish practice. But now we find out Shea that he has a back and a neck injury and he's out indefinitely and that comes on the heels. And, like 24 hours, they find out that and then Sam Ehlinger, the backup quarterback as a knee injuries out for 4 to 6 weeks. I think that this Indianapolis team for all the steps forward that they were able to take in the last few weeks, getting Carson Wentz back at practice, the good at least, you know, positive news that they got with Quentin Nelson, who had the same foot injury that Carson once has. That it's not going to be the end of his season, either, And then they're dealt this blow the big one here, though, as I look at all of these injuries and trying to figure out which is the worst one is probably Ehlinger because you don't know when Carson once is really going to be ready to play. Is it going to be weak? One? They haven't put that timetable on him. Yet. That is still two weeks away. Your backup quarterback right now is Jacob Eason like it was supposed to be Ehlinger. But now he's out 4 to 6 weeks. That's something that I don't think is a should give them any confidence. That's a Big below Hilton, Like many

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Maybe You Don’t Have the Eye for Art That You Think You Have

The Gargle

01:57 min | 11 months ago

Maybe You Don’t Have the Eye for Art That You Think You Have

"Section now. And this is the story of qatari shea who lost a legal battle recently of a five point two million dollars worth of fake ancient artifacts tip stevenson. You talk about fake stuff. All the time what's happening while the swiss dealer is disputed this claim the a two thousand year old bust of alexander. The great was worthless. I'm not sure what they're saying is fake here. Like how were they fake. Is it the age that's faked or is it not alexander the great thumb there might you've got him purchased and alexander the mediocre if stuffed yourself up so apparently this shake has lost a five point two million over these various pieces. I think there was also one that they pay two point. Two million four. A statuette of the greek goddess of victory nike or nike depending on whether you in america or england in ancient greece. Just do it. But they haven't commented on any of the other. Greek statues amaze. Which is the greek god of leaving your parcel in. Been two doors down. Cla media the greek goddess of one night stands and athena the greek goddess of topless men cradling babies so Yet so this man's angry it sounds like a bunch of people with too much money arguing with a bunch of people too much money and then paying some lawyers to argue about it for too much money. Well if you've call as much money as he has then what else are you going to do with it. I don't like feeling sorry for the rich. So sharpie but i also score the. He was suing a gallery for selling him. Three hundred thousand pounds of fake not ancient mosaics. So there's a pattern here. Is he not learning. Yeah i mean this is like blaming all of your exits at some point. You've got to realize that the thing you will have in common issue and maybe the ifa fought that you think you

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"shea" Discussed on Leadership Lab with Dr. Patrick Leddin

Leadership Lab with Dr. Patrick Leddin

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"shea" Discussed on Leadership Lab with Dr. Patrick Leddin

"To their lives and businesses in our conversation. Today tom and i will talk about his career. What he's learned over the course of being a navy seal as well as a consultant trainer to leaders around the world and what you can do to put some of his best ideas into practice in your life. you're gonna wanna grab something right with setback. Prepare to take some notes as tom. Shea and i meet together in leadership lab tom shea thanks so much for joining me today in the leadership lab. Hey thanks for having me. I appreciate the time. I'll be to really excited about the time. That i get to have with you and i love it when everybody starts off with me to brother. I know immediately. It's going to be a good conversation or could give bad bad really quick. If it starts off let me tell you something brother then. That's not so so. Thanks so much for joining me. there's about fifty different directions. We could go with this conversation. And i'm cool with going. Everyone of those directions. Because i think it'll be helpful to the listeners. To learn from you but i think the main starting point regardless of which direction they're path we end up kind of unfolding over the course next thirty minutes probably all needs to start with getting a little bit more about you because i could read the back cover of your book and get a little bio and i just don't think that will do justice to what the listeners might benefit from hearing about your background. I was fortunate enough in preparing to learn a little bit more about you. And i really want them to know your story so if you don't mind i'm going to ask you to kind of take us back a little bit in your career actually before you before you went to even to seal training. Tell us what was going on your life. What you were doing what you're experiencing. I think i had the greatest life that a human could ever have up in southern indiana and i with parents that were really endearing to the idea that if you can earn something they'll support it and so i got the first impression of i can do anything i wanted to do..

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"shea" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"shea" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Are we ready to talk about how this fits into not just a year in the life but gilmore girls season three episode three so one more a little bit of info that will help us figure. This out is the production value. You talked about a little bit the rickety stage but also. You had this huge stadium. People way a pi fifty five fifty six thousand people and these little tiny one end up being little ants on this stage lane bugs like beatles. Oh man missed opportunity concerts nowadays. You can watch a screen the whole time if you want. Yup which is one of the things peirce wanted was a screen so something to think about as we kinda flush this this reference out Oh and people were. They actually used binoculars. I saw a bunch of people in the stands with binoculars to watch and so you saw the binoculars. But did you see video screens in the documentary. I did not. I didn't either. So i think paris has a point She has watched her beatles at shea stadium documentary and she knows they did not project this onto a screen so the crowd could see. So do you think impart. This professor was begrudgingly. Saying they're saying you know what what we're giving you right now this stage with just people. You got the bare minimum. You've got microphones chairs deaths. You know you have a curtain behind. You may not be black but lisa curtain. He's like you know what this is better than. What the beatles had at shea stadium. It should be good enough for you paris. Geller oh see. I took it more of a statement of paris. Geller get over yourself or maybe we're saying the same thing he's going. Paris decision is as big deal. Yes event does not matter as much as the beatles at shea stadium it will not be filmed and watched by generations later. No not at all and so follow up question. Do you think paris thinks this is the beatles at shea stadium. Paris thinks that everything she's involved in is the beatles at shea stadium. you know. that's a fair point. She might think she is the fifth. Beatle i think that's accurate john. George paul ringo in paris has a nice ring to it. I think so and i think this is not just insight into her teacher's perspective on the event but also a little insight into how paris deals with things. Yeah i mean her. Romeo and juliet performance. Which of course had to be done in the traditional elizabethan style. Yes i just everything she does. She turns it up to the eleven Snap reference within a reference. You're welcome while and you know what something else before remove on too much. I think paris would want to know. There are two movies coming up. That i think she will want to see And the first one is a continuation of these music documentary films. Did you see that. Peter jackson is making a documentary about the making of the album. Let it be no. Yeah it's just been announced in the last few weeks so it's gonna be a while. There's no release date set But apparently win. The album is being made. There was footage filmed for a documentary. That was never made so. Now it's going to combine that footage and he is also working with paul mccartney ringo starr yoko ono lennon and olivia harrison to get some more modern perspective as well so that should be really amazing. Yep and a different movie. I am super excited for off before we recorded. Do you wanna tell a little bit about what this movie is about. Yeah it's called yesterday which is a title one of their songs. i think we already use that And it's about a guy who wakes up and no one knows about the beatles but him i know and so he becomes you guessed it a superstar and creates his own little beatle mania It looks just like really fun. Little rom com. Maybe lowly james plays his. I guess girlfriend it seems yeah it looks really cute like just what a good like interesting concept And everyone thinks that he's writing all these amazing and the question is. How long can this keep going. Yeah how great is his memory of the beatles. Catalogue for real. I am almost certainly going to go see that one. I got the trailer look so good. Yeah that'll be fun. I think Good summer movie. I think it might just get all my lovin same. And maybe we'll see paris geller in the audience may be or up onstage. Honestly that might be more likely taylor. So that's our show that's our show. Let us know if you think that we have started. A revolution with this podcast. Leave us review on. Itunes tweeted us at so it's a show email us so it's a show at jima. Dot com. sorta show mania is just getting out of hair. Absolutely keep us in your life by subscribing to our tiny letter tiny little dot com slash. So it's to show in our most recent letter which by the way you can always look back at the archive and see what you've missed but in the one that we most recently sent at the time of this recording we sent lots of times day ideas based on your girls and wilson send other little bits. We see come across our way into lots of gifts in fundings yup. So here's a teaser. For our next step in life speaking back now too late sorry. I'm not speaking to that stupid class. But you agreed. I'm out carries closed notably. Great do what you want. I guess i'm just out the thousand dollar deposit. What deposit for the room for the thing for the afterwards thing. Oh wait now you've talked. Praise doctrine confused me archer hard. You what hoops stop. Hold on a sec agreed to this under coercion. You said yes on your own. I said yes because when i know you talked baby talk loudly in front of all my customers until i got so sick of it. I disagree to it to shut you up. I've been carnival. It's not a binding agreement is coercion. Well you gave in just in time. Because i was about to transition out of baby talk into.

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"shea" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"shea" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"That's cool might be and it's also people sixers even know what it's all the walls this one remember. The song's called hopefully well. I think there is also important that the shea stadium concert was the one that they captured. Because that really was pico. Beatle mania almost exactly one year later in august of nineteen sixty six. They performed at busch stadium in st. Louis which is growing up there. That kind of lives on lor of saint louis like the beatles came here in played and which is a big deal because they only had a select few cities they toured in during their whole career and this is one of their very loud shows they ever played Wow so i think they were pretty exhausted from being on the road. They had long story short the night before they were supposed to play a show in ohio in it got rained out so the next day they had to perform a new show there and then come to saint louis the same night and then it rained all night and and i think they were just exhausted and they played four more shows and then they quit touring forever except for one random show. I think on top of a building in london so there was a lot of rain and like the shea stadium show. They played eleven songs in about a half hour. And this time there were twenty three thousand fans at bushido which was only about half capacity of the stadium and it sounds like people were the people in the crowd. Were super enthusiastic. I saw some of the pictures from the evening. And of course. We read the description of beatle mania from that. Saint louis post-dispatch article so there was a lot of enthusiasm still but they were facing some major controversy because earlier that year john lennon had made a comment about how the beatles were more famous than. Jesus christ not gonna mirko. You don't and that's just i mean. Look no matter what you actually think about what that means of him saying. That is just a tacky. Pr mu yes. Why in the world would you feel the need to publicly say that and not expect it to not go a royal especially in the sixties. Yeah and so. There were fewer people that were showing up because of that they think and actually there were like youth groups handing out leaflets before the show had there had been throughout the country. Like beadle burnings of them like burning their records and stuff and they did interview a pastor in this article for our the saint louis today and actually i thought he had a pretty good perspective on it and he said you know what. The beatles are more popular than jesus right now like. That's kind of how it is but you know what this is something. We need kids to understand how pop culture fits in and what's moral long lasting and important so we didn't sound angry about it. The long story short the tide had shifted a little bit for them. They said that the concert was on. Its way to sell out. But then he made that comment and they think that's a direct result lack of selling now. So it's a great thing that they caught their concert at shea stadium. Because they're touring was only gonna last about a year longer and it wasn't going to be quite as hot as it was the year before. Yeah but a nice little Footnote to that. Paul mccartney came back fifty years later to play at the new busch stadium wa sixteen which was a pretty big deal so things worked out in the end and now you mentioning the building The concert on top of a building. I can't believe i almost forgot to give another shoutout. Joe will always take the opportunity to to shout out across the universe the musical all beatles songs and in the closing scene. They had a concert on a rooftop and they sang. All you need is love. I believe classic of course just the song that they also have in gilmore girls a year in the life with the help from my friends which is probably my favorite from this musical. Thank you beatles for across the universe. Nice little in cap to their career. The only reason i know about it is because i listen to an episode of this day in history class. I'm a big fan. It's usually about five to eight minutes every day. I learn a little something that happened in history. And i just listened to january thirtieth nineteen sixty nine the final beatles performance..

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"shea" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"shea" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Some betty hill just so hard not to sing along when you hear them. They played eleven songs in about thirty minutes. And this was going on after five openers. wow. I didn't realize it was that many but there were a lot. I was surprised by the number. Yeah and i read an interview with dave swenson. Who wrote a book about their cancer at shea stadium and he said the whole evening was more like a variety show which was pretty normal at the time. Okay so they had the disco tech dancers. Were interesting they were in the documentary they had cannibal and the headhunters sounds incorporated. The king curtis band and brenda holloway. Which is another name. I know and in this interview. He mentioned this and gives no explanation. Marvin gaye was introduced but didn't perform what marvin kings a huge deal. Why would you introduce him and not let him sing. Maybe it changes mind. I don't know and the question for you. How expensive do you think it was to get into the show. How i don't know one hundred dollars. Let's trae four fifty. Four dollars off descends. Oh my word. Yes this author said that tickets were something like four fifty five dollars five sixty five and some parents still thought it was too much money and wouldn't let their kids go. Wow and now just think those kids whose parents didn't let them go and to see what it became. I know i just cannot imagine. The author of this book said that he did not go to shea stadium but he went to go. See them at cleveland stadium in nineteen sixty six and he said the screams were so loud. I can only describe it as standing next to a jet taking off and it never stopped. I've taken my kids to concerts now. Like american idol and others and the fans screen between songs but stopped to listen to the music with the needles. They never stopped. Plus there are a lot of girls crying fainting and just going hysterical. I've never seen anything like that since. Wow what a time to be alive for real for real and all the people who were of who were teenagers during the beatles era just roll their eyes at well and their management wasn't sure that they were even going to sell the stadium out and they were afraid it would look really bad if they were empty chunks of seat so they have this deal that they would buy the seats ten dollars per their management would which was almost double the highest ticket price but he was just. He didn't want it to look bad. He wanted it to be a sellout and then it turned out to be no problem and then the question was oh my gosh. How do we keep these guys safe. And so they as you saw. The documentary had tons and tons of police so many Because i mean there was a little gate kind of inbetween and but then just huge empty field where the officers would chase the fans. I know i cannot imagine. But i mean don't you think kinda worth it. Well here's my question. What do you think is going to happen when you run the field. I think you're going to go up and you're gonna like touch a beetle but i mean. Do you really think you're going to do. It is the question i guess. When you're inflicted beatle mania you're not thinking clearly. I mean the the nurse said it's a medical condition is yeah i guess you i don't know if one of them won't give me a kiss. I don't know. I mean. I guess if you think that's the peak of what you could get than. Maybe maybe.

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"shea" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

08:12 min | 11 months ago

"shea" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"This episode for me is when the luke peeks out and sees taylor taking photos of the building next to his and then taylor sees they make eye contact and taylor stands upright. Looks takes a photo of a couple of random things in the square and then just walks away. I just crack up with that. And luke knows well. He doesn't know what's going on but he knows attacker. Yeah naturally their ex me up. It's one of the best relationships go girls personally. Sounds like we're going to save that for a best worst. I think so Well in rory story line one of the things that is giving her application anxiety is that now that she in paris. Our student body president and vice president are hosting college. Talk a kind of a acuna time at chilton and they're saying all these things like oh you shouldn't write your essay about how great hillary clinton is. Everyone's going to write their essay about that and worries like oh man. That's what i was gonna outsi- on so this is the kind of thing they're covering but right before this little. Qna session starts rory in paris. Have this conversation the fans up there. We seem cross from them and ask questions. What's the problem is boring predictable. Done to death. I wanna charlie rose to ask the question his style. I wanted us sitting at a round table with black backdrops. The audience will be only seen anything. I was working with the losers in the av club to projected on a giant video screen. And all mr hunter said was paris. This isn't the beatles at chase stadium. Mice anachronism I had video screens and sixty five. His references are as topical suits. Which would you call a suit topical. I don't know maybe in the sense that it's on the top of his body. Hashtag bad puns but no one does a burn quite like paris. Geller this is true now So kyla when heard para say this. What the heck did you think beatles at shea stadium was all about. I think i thought she was talking about a bunch of bugs dukhan and out in a stadium. I mean you know you got you okay. No okay. I was gonna say kyla. No you know we definitely pick things or not familiar with and you might have said. I was more cultured in the last episode. But i'm a little more cultured than that. Yeah i'd like to give you some credit thank you. Yes i know the beatles band. Hey ju- all four of them. Well as you told me for we started. There's john paul ringo and i'm gonna have to. I'm after pull a richard right now and phone a friend. He did not know the names of all the beatles either do recall e and he and emily had a disagreement about which of them had died. And how had died. So i'm going to say john paul ringo and yet who's the fourth one george george miller harrison. As as last name yet. Do you know last names of the other three beatles. Ringo definitely don't isn't that weird. Don't usually know first and last names all john and ringo. I mean that's all i got ringo starr. Yeah there you go. Whoa that's just came to me in. What about john and paul. Ooh lennon john. Lennon paul mcaliskey. He's probably the most famous beatle. Paul mccartney does that remote car. he's still alive to made him famous. Actually there's another. Beatles still living. Do you know who it is. It's not john. No correct paul way. We already sent paul. Paul was already one of the ones. We cover. George ringo process of elimination to the drummer. Who was only with the band for a while and other time. Oh okay hashtag fifth beatle. I don't remember his name. But i know there is a fifth beatle but them. It's shea stadium. I mean just sounds like a concert venue so you know it was concert. But i didn't know that this was a real you know that it was a concert film to me. It was just. It could have been so that he could have said the beatles at madison square garden. I didn't know it was a specific concert that they put on. That makes sense fair enough. Okay so you. I think i was at about the same place. I assumed it was a concert that the beatles put on in. Yes i feel very familiar with who the beetles are so. I think that's something we need to cover. What's up stadium by that place. Who yeah what is it. So there's a fifty minute documentary fifty five something like that ended of this concert a concert film as you might call it in. Nineteen sixty five pairs was correct so she might have been critical of her professors references. But she did know the year that that concert put on. So what does that say but yeah it was a one of their biggest concert to date have the most people in attendance that they had had at that point. Fifty five thousand people like that which is e. I saw fifty six thousand in rolling stone. And yeah the beatles dot com confirms over fifty five thousand crazy. Yeah that's still huge. Are they filmed. That made it a culinary at aired in the us in the uk and somewhere else. Yeah a and this was at as you guessed it shea stadium in new york which is where the mets and the jets played at the time so jets her football mets for baseball. And this stadium eventually just went on to be a baseball stadium and it was actually demolished in two thousand nine so it was still up and running the time at the time. This episode aired. Yeah so we both watched this fifty minute documentary. I have to ask what were some of the thoughts running through your head as you watched the footage of this concert which includes footage of their opening acts footage of the crowd. There's voice over from the ford guys in the band. And from some of the people they work with on the management side talking about new york city in about their fame yada yada. What were you thinking. mostly. I mean the fan girls. There're so many freak outs teams screaming running. Trying to rush the stage and security guards carrying them off retreated nicer than others. Say to be fair. We did not have the full context so yes. I have no idea what happened. In the moments leading up to these police officers grabbing them and taking them up but some of the women were able to be chased back others were.

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"shea" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"shea" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Man's gonna crack on. Okay lloyd percy who wants to know on a scale from one to ten. How would you. Rate matt's crew meals absolutely ten out of ten hanging. Wants to know in hindsight matthew. D think you got mad about that pile of dirt. I'm i know other chefs who would have thrown pans across the room. So no lloyd. Pot ho wants to know of nick. Cage has reached out to you yet. I checked every social media and on the following his youtube. So if he's listening to this reach out we might be related is time for watch. What happens five since. Lloyd resembles nick cage. We couldn't help. But think of all the other bravo stars who have celebrity lookalikes or at least think they do and sometimes need to snap out of it so tonight. I'm counting down the top. Five bravo's celebrity d'appel ganger gangbangers number five. It's the queen of jeff lewis's castle jenny boo. Who look and just like julia. Louis dreyfuss does anyone wish there was a dad. Bod in the game of thrones universe. John bring oh could filled in for peter includes who could forget our number three resemblance. Absolutely no one. When ramona singer was around to remind everyone that her haircut made her look like cameron. Diaz number two is a doozy and doogie kyle. Richards has three look-alikes casey. Musk graves to me more. And of course according to her sister. Kathy gar sal and for our number one. Good luck undoing this visual. It's cameron westcott and nicole kidman. They really favor each other somewhere. Ramona.

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Montreal Canadiens' Shea Weber Could Miss Next Season Because of Injuries

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Montreal Canadiens' Shea Weber Could Miss Next Season Because of Injuries

"But then you look at shea weber. I thought he was tremendous in the playoffs in particular in the stanley cup final. I mean brayden. Point was ready to lose his mind in that series because every time he looked up he saw this mountain of a human being shea weber and there's a laundry list right of of injuries. It's the foot it's the knees it's the ankle. It's the hands. I mean on and on and on it goes so it's a developing story. We don't know that shea weber is packing news at five more years left and a lot of money on the table. You know could be placed on long-term injury for potentially the entire season twenty one twenty two well. The national hockey league has to dive into that. So we're going to revisit this in many headlines to come here on the ranger eggs podcast. But it's it's a sad one isn't it because four. Is it just the body of every player that that gets to that point in his career where the body just can't do it

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Canadiens Beat Lightning 3-2 in OT, Avoid Stanley Cup Sweep

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Canadiens Beat Lightning 3-2 in OT, Avoid Stanley Cup Sweep

"Josh Anderson scored his second of the game in extra minutes and the Canadians avoided lightning sweep Monday night taking game four by a three two score that has managed to shut down the lightning's power play unit during a four minute my interests as the captain Shea Weber late in the game for high sticking penalty carried over in overtime and Tampa Bay only managed four shots Anderson's first period goal marked the first time the Canadian strike first in both territory in the series we didn't want to end it tonight in front of our fans you know we we expect to go to camp tomorrow I think everybody in the locker room death the difference in this one Carey price returning to superb form blocking thirty two of thirty four shots the lightning will look to win the final on Wednesday night in Tampa L. A. Larry here in Montreal

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Nola Ties League Mark of 10 Ks in a Row but Mets Rally Past Phillies

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Nola Ties League Mark of 10 Ks in a Row but Mets Rally Past Phillies

"The Phillies absorb the two to one eight inning loss to the Mets in game one of a double header despite Aaron nola who tied a major league record by striking out ten consecutive batters on account of the quest of big for me today I could put a level stuff no one's performance occurred a few hundred feet from where Mets hurler Tom Seaver struck out the last ten Padres in a two to one win at Shea Stadium in April nineteen seventy that's pretty cool pretty cool band category with Tom no also delivered an RBI double but the nets tied it in the seventh following a throwing error by reliever Jose Alvarado the miscue set up Francisco Lindor's game tying single one inning before Dominic Smith singled home the winning run I'm the ferry

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Canadiens Return to Cup Final After 3-2 OT Win Over Vegas

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Canadiens Return to Cup Final After 3-2 OT Win Over Vegas

"Archery likens overtime goal gave the Montreal Canadiens a three two win over the Vegas golden knights in game six of bell centre look at it took a failed to go past a minute thirty nine into the extra frame depositing the deciding marker over the shoulder of golden knights netminder robin letter biggest defenseman Alec Martinez of the game to overtime scoring the tying goal early in the third period Shea Weber and Cole Caufield scored the other had schools as much real advances to the final for the first time since they last hosted the Cup nineteen ninety three I'm John lottery

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Interview With Angela Yee of the Breakfast Club Radio Show

Asian Enough

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Angela Yee of the Breakfast Club Radio Show

"Thanks for joining us angela. Thank you thank you tracy. I've no these are like sometimes difficult topics to disguise. I the platform that we have to talk about. Especially right now. Is something that i've been having to think about a lot. We're super excited to just to start like the breakfast club. It's a radio show new york that's become incredibly popular is so fast that even myself like i grew up and i live in california. Even i know about it so i guess just to start off. My question is why radio. Can you walk us through your journey and how you got started well. Radio was never something that i pursued. I was working in marketing. And i was working for m. and m's clothing line and so eminem was starting his own radio station on. Sirius caused shea forty five and so i approached them about doing marketing serious. If they could possibly plug me in To be able to get a job in that department and there was an opening on the morning show that they had just started they were looking for a woman as a co host. And so i was able to audition and get that opportunity. So that's how radio even started from. And i think that you know once you started doing something like that. It does become very addictive. So i started off as a complete like less than amateur and then i think doing something like that every single day. You'll get better at it and so it was just really like being in morning. radio bootcamp.

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Vegas Opens Stanley Cup Semifinal With 4-1 Win Over Montreal

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Vegas Opens Stanley Cup Semifinal With 4-1 Win Over Montreal

"The golden knights led from start to finish and downing the Canadiens four to one in their semifinal opener Montreal had won its previous seven games defenseman Shea Theodore came through with a goal and an assist Theodore wasn't the only biggest blue liner to provide scoring punch Alex Martinez is second period one timer turned out to be the game winner then demand Nick Holden scored in the third period Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty eight shots for a Vegas team that has a win streak of its own five games I'm Bruce Morton

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1 Suspect in Custody, Another at Large After 14 Injured in Austin

Masters in Business

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

1 Suspect in Custody, Another at Large After 14 Injured in Austin

"Following a mass shooting in downtown Austin overnight. That left at least 14 people hurt Brian Gan reports. Interim police chief Joseph Shea Cohn says they're narrowing in on possible suspects. We have developed suspects. In this case. There are two male suspects. I'm not going to release any further information because the investigation is very much ongoing. The shooting took place in downtown Austin's Entertainment district, where barricades are put up on sixth Street due to the crowds. Police say it appears to have been a disturbance between two groups of people and not the large crowd being targeted. In Texas. I'm Brian Gan. Police say

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D-Day Spirit of Remembrance Lives on, Despite the Pandemic

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

D-Day Spirit of Remembrance Lives on, Despite the Pandemic

"A small French town has altered the will will to US paratroop landing the paratroopers landed in the early hours of the day among them Charles Shea he's the only veteran attending the ceremony at Kantar commemorating the seventy seventh anniversary will be sold that helped bring an end to World War two now he's honoring the people of the region first the people remember these men very they Calvin closure that hot and the reason they remember what they did for them this year's commemorations take place with travel restrictions preventing veterans or families of fallen soldiers the making the trip to France she has recalled the many good friends he lost on the battlefield in the nineteen forties I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Sarah Harding on Dharma Journeys of Practice and Translation

The Wisdom Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Sarah Harding on Dharma Journeys of Practice and Translation

"Sarah i wanted to welcome and thank you for joining us on the wisdom dot chat but i wanted to start with how you first encountered bosom. How did you go down this past Was it through a book or you meet a teacher. How'd you first encounter the buddha dhamma. How far back should i go. Nats let's keep it to these lives. Okay that's fortunate since i don't remember the other ones Yeah i will. I got interested in meditation in eastern phosphine. Everything while i was still in high school actually and then i read some books like autobiography yogi and things like that and i read the life of miller that was one of my first folks which has stuck with me all this time till now even and then i What happened. I met some tibetans in arizona prescott arizona. Actually in dan. I dropped out of college in went traveling and ended up in the east and Kind of tried to forget about the buddha steph for a while but eventually came to nepal yan You know got tired of all the fun stuff in there was colpon happening with lava yes shea of coupon in dan That was it. I kind of you know was stock. In like bob dylan which have gone last taken that last detour in so then i went and met cholera in pay went from the. Someone showed me a picture in that coupon retreat in i headed to find him

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"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"Just simply say don't look at pictures of naked people and don't let anybody take any pictures of you when you're naked and if this happens come seeming. That's all they need to hear it seven years old and you know like I said I think it's twelve thirteen year. Old Boy is not addicted to pornography yet. I think they want a girlfriend but yeah horns substitute at that point if you tell them that helps sixteen seventeen eighteen if they use too much foreign. There's a good chance that they will have sexual dysfunction. I think that a lot of them might not use pornography as much Do you think there's a draw there amongst kids because there's obviously that a curiosity in kids and they hear hear other kids talking about it in school but the fact that it's taboo nominal word right now. Mom and Dad told you not to go down to the village when you were a kid. Because they didn't want you down there because obviously they were afraid to get hit by a car. Whatever and you weren't old enough to understand different things in strangers but you did it because mom and dad said not too. So do you think you know have you? Do you know of any other countries where they could just watch porn. It's happening it's happening all over the world and it's a problem all over the world. I was just about to say I read an article about Japan. Needs to study in. Marriage is down almost I. I can't remember because it was six months ago. I read it but it was like twenty thirty percent somewhere between there. guys are marine anime characters. Now because of all all the virtual reality so the interaction between male and female is dropping dramatically because of a in virtual reality world side. I mean it's like he and Josh was just saying it's it's all over where where a woman needed a guy in the past now there's not shaming buying a sex toy. Now there's not shame and finding what you WanNa Watch on or by yourself you know so. She doesn't need a man for that anymore. And we don't need this kind of stuff and like you said there is a taboo aspect to it. you know unless you're really out there. What's the most taboo thing you can do on the Internet? Maybe learn how to make a bomb but my for for for the average Joe it's going to be pornography and what we need to do. Is You know not treat it like. It's a taboo treat. It like it's something that almost everybody uses because the statistics suggest almost everybody uses it under thirty years. Old Eighty percent of men and forty five percent of women are looking at least once a week. Under the age of fifty sixty seventy percent of men are looking once a week. The average person looks at pornography these days. And that's not to say that you know people don't they're still pointing people who don't and that's not to say that these people who do end up as addicts but there are a lot of people who get into things not knowing the deal. Now I knew I knew. Alcohol was a thing that was in my family. It's on TV Blah Blah Blah. I know that my personality type I was GonNa try it and I fell in love with it but I also tried several other drugs that I didn't fall in love with. I also go into casino win fifty dollars lose fifty dollars. Whatever and leave. It doesn't matter to me because I don't have the gambling gene Or the gambling addict part of me but I think that we can stop more Pornography addiction from happening we can lower these rates. Were never going to stop at. We're not gonNA stop the industry and we'RE NOT GONNA stop the addiction but we can vast we lower these rates with some education on the front end and yes it sucks that in twenty twenty parents have to talk about pornography with their kids. But that's the world we live in now and you know if you want to. I would like to believe that. Had My parents talked to me about this. Back in nineteen eighty six You know it might have scared me away from it. I would've looked at it of course because that's who I was but I also probably wouldn't have developed an addiction for it And that's what we need to do because nobody's talking about it and when very few people used to see that was one thing but like I said now that we've all got this amazing warned computer in our pocket and it's not like you can just see a man have sex with a woman you can see you know. A woman have sex with a goat wall. Somebody's throwing fish sticks at her. The Beach Beach Boys are playing and Sali's favorite if there are some there are some very specific genres. And that's the thing is that people can see sicker shit and did shit than they could ever see before and we're not equipped as adults to deal with it with our kids. Our kids are not equipped to see it. That has to change if we're going to see anything change and if we treat this problem the way we treated the opiate problem were in trouble. We're we're in a lot of trouble because we can see it coming and I'm trying to yell. At people to be proactive. Not Reactive not proactive with the AIDS crisis when people say oh. Governments never proactive. We're never proactive. Gia member all the scare that went into the AIDS crisis in the eighty S. Well everybody got their shit together. The Red Cross got their shit together. That government put a lot of money into it. The needle programs put a lot of money into its school started teaching about it. If we want to tackle a problem in this country we can because they were scaring the hell out of us. Every other person was going to have AIDS by Twenty Twenty. And now it's something we rarely talk about and there were medications that can help arrest. Hiv while that lives monster like that was happening. Well the OPIOID CRISIS SNEAKING UP ON FRIDAY. And that's what's happening now with pornography and I'm trying to let people know. Hey we've got to do something. Yeah it seems like the common consensus amongst pretty much. Anything is education absolutely education to problems. And you can't be afraid of facts. You can't be afraid of the way things are. I'm not a very political person but it seems like that almost everybody in this country no matter whether you're right left liberal conservative. Everybody is scared of facts that they don't agree with at and that's what needs to change as a society you know. Climate change is real whether you want to do anything about it or not is a different debate weakened let it happen or we could try to fight it but it's real and that's what we need to do as a society is just accept the fact or accept their facts out there and then we can talk about whether we do anything or not but we need to get on the same page. And I don't know I I know there are people who completely disagree with the porn thing because some of them have harassed me online again. Fuck you know. I'm I'm doing this and I'm on on these shows that I'm writing these books Because I think it's a problem and I'm talking about it Very had and I appreciate that you know guys like you are willing to give me a platform to talk about it because it takes two to tango in this situation. Who's a lot to talk about? An I think if you didn't have to go. Josh probably stay here for another hour. One last question. And it's the golden question and our listeners probably we're waiting for this in weren't even sure if Solar myself was going to ask. Look at. We have porn stars on the show. We've had many. We have people that listen to this. Show that listen just because they want to hear that next porn star. What is the Marker for Porn Addiction? How do you know how when when do you know that you are a porn addict verses a quote Unquote Recreational Watcher? It's the same as any other addiction when you start to have repeated behaviors that you cannot keep in check and are causing negative consequences in your life and you recognize those consequences but you still can't control that behavior. That is your classic early to ongoing stage of addiction You know. Are you not going out with friends anymore? Because you WanNa stay home and look at Porn. Are you stay up late at night because you want to look at Porn? Are you a mess at work or school the next day? Because you didn't get enough sleep because Warren was more important. Are you planning your day around? Orange is the porn. You're looking at getting increasingly weird You know there's kind of like almost anything else. There's an escalation. There's a growth and there's a negative consequence on your regular life but you can't stop. It makes a lot of sense Josh. You've mentioned your book a couple times. I just WanNa say guys the addiction. Nobody will talk about how I let my pornography addiction hurt. People Destroy Relationships That's the book The first book that you wrote Correct Okay. And then the second book you roll is. He's a porn addict. Now what in that? The one geared more towards the female absolutely okay and where can people find those Well if you want to you can find him on Amazon real easy. I've also got links on my website and on my website. I've also got resources other articles that I've written. If you think you might have a porn issue or someone close to you does check out my website. It's recovering or an addict dot com. And you'll find more you can learn about their and there are links to the books as well and I'm sure that's a secure place where people can go in. Even maybe reach out to you if they need to absolutely and you know because this isn't something I'm sure people wanNA announced to the world and for for anybody who is a partner. I'll just throw out there real fast if your partner steps forward. Mitzi has this problem tried to be judgment free. Try to create a safe space whether you're gonNA leave or not. That's to be decided a little bit later in this second book. We don't urge people to stay. We don't urge people to leave. We urge people to kick shake deep. Breath recognized that the person is. Ill Try to create a judgment free zone and urge them to get help. Everything else is just kind of secondary after them getting their health awesome. Josh THANKS FOR STOPPING BY MANAGEMENT. A great talk to you for the last hour very insightful. Thank you Kevin. Thank you sully. I appreciated this very much. Like I said it takes two to tango when there are people out there now who know about the stuff so so good on you. Thank you for your time. Guys all addresses links will be in the show notes to go. Check him out. Thanks again traffic..

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Hellbound with Halos

15:15 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"Is it real? Is this really at addiction? I think that people like Tiger Woods and Harvey Weinstein. While I'm not GonNa say that they are aren't sex addicts That I think when a celebrity uses it as as a reason for bad behavior I can't say they're right or wrong because I don't know their situation but I think a lot of people see it as an excuse and a lot of people have trouble understanding for US addictions video game addiction gambling addiction or sex addiction. It's different in away from drugs or alcohol. Although a lot of the same brain chemistry happens exactly the same with your dopamine Serotonin oxytocin. I won't bore you with the chemistry but the same thing happens. It diction addiction is addiction addiction. And you have to have people understand that and I tell people the alcohol did the exact same thing for me that the pornography did from day one to the very last day six years ago it served the same purpose. So I'm living proof that it's exactly the same thing. It is a real addiction and You know obviously another big question for addicts. As what do I do now? How do I get better for partners? Who surprise me after my first book came out. I started to get just as many inquiries from partners the wives and girlfriends for the most part of porn addicts out wanting to know what they did wrong and what I've discovered is that Horn addiction and sex addiction. There there's a there's a common belief or common saying that when somebody's addicted whether it's drugs or alcohol whatever everybody in the family's addicted everybody in the family suffers horn a sex addiction. Have this whole other side to it. Because you don't ask yourself you know is is is my partner Using heroin. Because I'm not enough or you know. Did my husband develop a gambling addiction? Because I'm not good in the bedroom but because sex and porn have so much to do with intimacy and human sexuality that you've got these partners who suffer from what's called betrayal trauma and subways. They suffer just as bad as the addict because suddenly they learn of years of an addiction that they didn't know and they're suddenly wondering who are they dating. Who were they married to? What else was the sky high? What's what's going on here and it's like you Y- these women. Describe feeling like chumps. Feeling like the wolves been pulled over. There is not knowing what's real and what's not and they really have. You really have to explain to them that this has nothing to do with you. You know this. Even if he's telling you it has to do with you. That's because he has entered an recovery to understand. It doesn't people who are casual user support. Recreational uses of born Zehr. The kind who actually on some nights. We'll skip sex because they don't feel like doing and they'll just masturbate to porn That's when women will sometimes talk with each other and hear those stories or men will talk with each other. I didn't WanNa sleep with her last night so I just took care of myself when you're talking about an addict it's completely different. I wasn't looking for intimacy with pornography. I wasn't looking for an exchange of sex. I was looking to escape. I was looking for somebody who is completely compliant. And that person on the page or on the screen never says no They allow me to be the master. Allow me to be in control because I have these control issues dating back to being a kid when I had no control and I was forced into those rooms or forced into these degrading situations. So you know. It's almost ironic that the women who are the partners of addicks actually have far less to do with their addiction. Then the women who have boyfriends or husbands were recreational users who do use it as a replacement for sex now in that or do use as a replacement for intimacy now. And then you know it's it's It's the same thing as if you are somebody who can have a beer or two. That's fantastic no good for you. I'm glad you can't but I can't have a beer or two. I never went to bars and had to be too because that was wasteful to me if I couldn't have four or five. I didn't drink at family gatherings I didn't drink because I didn't want to be drunk in front of them and I wasn't going to drink if I couldn't get drunk so while my brother's wife might be like you know. Hey you've already had two. You can't have any more. My wife never had to say that to me but she knew when we got home. I'd be having to cases not to beers So that that's the thing. There is that When it comes to partners they need to understand that they have to do with creating the addiction. Why addiction was there ten years before I met my wife and by that point I had learned how to hide it ten years of learning to hide it from people. You get pretty good at it and when you're not looking for a problem you don't see it there and the alcohol became more of an obvious problem so my wife's worried. I'm out drunk driving. Never thinking that at night. I'm luring women into taking off their tops. That just never entered. Her mind. Wouldn't enter any normal person's mind so yeah I get I get a lot of Interest from partners. That's what my second book was specifically created for partners. I wrote it with a licensed marriage and family therapist. Who deals with partners in these situations and it's a very simple Q. And A. Format just because when I wrote my first book because when I ended up being arrested I went to the bookstore. Me Being a bit of a Geek. I WanNa do read as much as I could about addiction specifically porn addiction. There was almost nothing out there. You know. There was a couple academic checks and there are some studies. And while I'm the kind of Geek who likes to read studies I know most people don't so yeah when I was in jail. I actually decided that I was going to write my first book which was a memoir which describes how guy ends up where he where I ended up because most of us I believe that a or an addict is this Nineteen Year. Old Pimple faced guy. Living in his mom's basement this in-cell who's never kissed a girl at just angry at the world and here I was. You know I own two businesses. I'm a city councillor wife and kids to to cars three dogs you know. I'm not your stereotypical porn addicts. I wrote that book for the other people out there. Who aren't stereotypical because most aren't and I need to though Josh is it. Addiction knows no bounce absolutely at the you look at the opioid epidemic in this country and a lot of it is successful people in their forties and fifties. That are overdosing on heroin. And it's the people that you would never think in. It's not so surprising to those in the field anymore. I don't think but it's it's interesting to me when I go out and meet with a couple of friends or something and they're like man Kevin you know it's bad out there you know. What have you seen in It's got to be like all kids are getting bad stuff and I'm just thinking ahead like no. You got it all wrong. It's Natalie kids in I guess that just. I just wanted to make that Point Josh. That it knows no bounce not not none at all and that's why but As the started to pick up a little bit of steam there are now a few resources out there. I created the book. I've tried to create my website but there were nothing for partners and partners. Were going through just as much. You know tremendous trauma. I had my trauma on the front end then. My wife has her trauma right in that moment because suddenly she's married to someone she's never known before she's married to someone who lost his job in a very public way when when she drove me home from the sheriff's office there were. Tv News vans waiting for us. Because I was that well known in the community so this was a complete flip flop of everything she knew. She handled it very well. Compared to a lot of women she got help very early. She took care of herself very early and she recognized that I had been sick for a while And she saw me do the hard work so she stuck around That's got to be one of the hardest things as far as when wives or girlfriends reach out to you to have them understand that. It's not their fault. It's gotta be so difficult to have them understand that that sentence he hasn't had sex with me in a year and he well I. I'm sure you know this people who are doing a lot of heroin. They don't have sex either people who are drinking a lot they don't have sex either addicts gender unless you're a sex addict or an intercourse addict. You're not having a lot of sex. It's just not on the forefront of your mind you're not healthy but because pornography is so tied to sex so tied to sexuality that gets all muddied up. I'm not staying away from you in the bedroom because you've done something wrong or I don't WanNa touch you. I'm staying away from you because I don't want to deal with anybody I want to isolate. I wanted just be by myself. I WANNA be with my crutch I want to be with. The only thing thing that I know is going to get me through tonight. I love you dearly but fucking. You is not getting me through tonight. Masturbating porn is. I know there are naked people about situations. I know there's an orgasm in both situations but these are night and day as far as what they really are. And that's what's tough to get across because there are so many similarities with or addiction With acting out on porn addiction and with the intercourse of making process that it's a natural jump for women to get there. So you really have to drive home the fact again and again that this has nothing to do with you and then if you've got a guy who's in denial of having an addiction. He's blaming her for not being sexy enough he's blaming her for not keeping interesting in the bedroom and as I always say to them I say to these women. You could bring in two cheerleaders into the bedroom tomorrow night and have a wild orgy the next night. He's going to want three dot going to be better this is. He's dealing with trauma through this acting out with pornography the way that people deal with it with heroin or drinking or gambling or food or whatever their vice happens to be again like you're saying it's about the the chemicals of the brain makeup. It's not so much about the physical interaction I think. That's the hardest thing for people understand because without the fancy technology and not seen the chemicals being released in you know. People are very visual. We need to see the visual. So it's easy to see. My wife is standing right there. But it's hard to see like the neuro releases in the brain and the brain light up during these events absolutely and when you're talking about intimacy that's the last thing that an addict wants an addict wants to isolate. An addict is a very selfish person. Who is only thinking of themselves? So how are you supposed to have true intimacy with somebody when all you can think about is your needs When you're a sick person and that's those are the things that you know aren't as hard to explain to somebody who's the the wife of a gambling addict or the wife of an alcoholic but when it comes to human sexuality you know it hits them hard so I I wrote my last book again with this with this therapist so women would have something out there to refer to as as a resource because there were just so many who suffer so greatly In this new world of the Internet in this world of the first generation of people who didn't know a world before the Internet are now getting married are now having kids. And that's why I'm out there on any show that a let me on screaming about this stuff because if we don't do something soon this could be a giant health crisis you talked about the opioids you can watch dragnet from the late sixties and. They're talking about heroin. You can listen to rap. You can listen to rap in the eighties. And they're talking about abusing Vicodin UKIAH. Tell me we didn't see this coming. We saw this coming and we did nothing about it because people who used heroin in the eighties and early nineties were disgusting. Druggies who lived by the train tracks who we didn't want to deal with and that wasn't true back then and it's not true now and none of us. WanNa talk about four Dogerthy so we're not GonNa talk about Pornography Addiction. Obviously meanwhile a recent survey says that thirty two percent of men between eighteen and thirty have either self identified as having porn addiction or believe that they have a problem with pornography. That's one out of three men under thirty. So if we don't deal with this they're going to be forty they're going to be the rate of women becoming addicts is absolutely exploding at this point they're even dirtier than us but the thing is they now have equal access. The adult film world was always geared towards your straight white guy. Well now you can create any kind of foreign you want and that and it turns out women are just a sexual is us? Gay People are just a sexual us. Black People Chinese people everybody has justice sexual as the next person and we an a straight white males or not the only ones who were being targeted anymore. So you've got these groups that were in a word under served by the by the mainstream pornography industry who are now getting their fixed because in everybody's pocket is now the greatest porn computer ever invented in our telephones and the average age kid sees porn is no longer twelve years old. It's eight years old and they're not. They're not equipped to do that. So you know when I'm out there screaming and yelling about this. I always tell people. I don't know what we're going to do about that twenty five year old guy who has erectile dysfunction because he's burned his brain on porn but I do know what we need to do is start telling the eleven year old boys about that guy the way that we tell the eleven year old boys about the heroin users and about the alcoholics. We need to start making this part of our health Education of our children and it doesn't have to be graphic it doesn't have to be dirty. It can be age appropriate starting at six or.

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Hellbound with Halos

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"Whole lot of that main is beautiful. Rhetoric is just like hey get more people to come up and obviously I'm sponsored by the Board of Tourism here today but it really is. I mean it is a beautiful state and I've been as far north actually as Bangor which that's That's the only as far north as I've been I've traveled around the world and I've never been further north and Bangor because I've seen trees. Yeah I know. It was a different Community like I didn't when we were headed north from Actually I was visiting a girlfriend at the time in New Hampshire. This was a long time ago. We actually ended up going up through Freeport in to Bangor in. I was like on the way there. I didn't think I thought she was taking me out into the woods to like murder me or something. Where the faulk are we going because it is out there? You don't even need shallow grapes or you can just throw them in the woods. Ask You weren't hitting in the water. You know like the Ocean I think. A lot of people get misconception. The oceans cold. Oh yes there. Oh yeah if it reaches like sixty five sixty six in the summer it's It's nice and you know I'll be. I hate the Cold Water. Eight the sand You know I have a pool. I A beautiful pool at my house. So I haven't been to the shore aside from driving by or to get something to eat quite a long time I really somewhere else I. It was a nice place to grow up. I suppose although I feel like the world that I saw on television was not my world it was a different world and you know low crime Not a lot of diversity which was too bad growing up But you know I could move somewhere else would be somewhere. That's warm all year. That has more cultural options. I I sometimes feel like we are the deep south of New England when it comes to open mindedness and You know just being welcoming and in that it's frustrating but you know it is what it is. Nobody's holding a gun democrat. Debbie here My wife and I decided we'll be here till at least after my son graduates high school. And then we'll have those discussions which probably just be. Mostly me begging leave and we please go south on. Yeah yeah well that they say is that In our relationship we've agreed that I will make all the decisions that my wife won't make the rest and there just hasn't been any important decisions yet. Your turn will come. I hope so so you said you traveled. You've traveled around the world yet. Where have you gone and why have you gone around the world? Well I I notice is video but for the for the listeners you can. We can actually see each other doing this if you see this map behind me that a pointing at you see those open spots. No yeah that's like a giant lottery ticket where you can scratch where you've been so I've been I've been to forty seven of the fifty states. I just I just need Colorado Utah and Alaska and then I've been all through Europe. I lived in Japan for six months sauce. Some other countries over there so yeah I feel like I've seen the world I I haven't been outside of the US in nearly twenty years now and have no real interest to go elsewhere. I I love long road trips around our country it's There's so much to see so many different things so many different kinds of people that you don't have to go to Europe or Asia to experience different cultures different landscapes. We really have it all here and I love to Dri- by hate airplanes the opposite I can't nations get at that set. You know. There's a zen mode have after about three hours. Just resign yourself that you're driving. It's like being in a waiting room and.

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"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"United States are you. I am in central main town called Auburn. It's about thirty miles north of Portland but a hundred and twenty miles north of Boston. What a so it's cold. It's cold and we were supposed to get another three to six inches of snow tomorrow. Some real excited about that. We're supposed to be what like three degrees on Friday? Yeah that's fun. Yeah and three to five inches of snow overnight tonight. I believe they said you get it. Yeah Oh yeah we. We understand or right on the south side of Lake Ontario. So we get the lake. Effect jumped on and dumped on. Leary's nice to us too and my snow blower just Died with our last storm because our last storm was mostly ice and water soap snow and at one point the blade just made this horrible diagnose and it's already halfway through February like well. I'm not gonNA spend a thousand dollars on a new one this year. So the rest of this year is me huffing it with the old style giant scoop. I'm just praying for very little so 'cause that's a heck of a lot of work it is it is we. We had similar Snowfall I last no fall. Very heavy and I I'm OCD. So I ended up snowball my driveway and then a shovel that after because I like it to be completely clear in even that was heavy so I couldn't imagine trying to shovel the whole thing with all that wet snow. Yeah how open. It's fluffy but Maine Maine is beautiful. I've been up there. I forget the name of the town. Shit it's north of Portland Hicksville Nope Orange County. It's where it nothing to do here. Ville off it's you know where it is. Where L.l Bean is headquarters Freeport? That's an excellent tourist out. It makes you think Maine as one thing. When it's a whole other different thing come between June twentieth and August. Twenty eighth you can have your lobster sit outside and enjoy the lighthouses and you think this is how we live. But when you're when you're here the other forty four weeks of the year You know a whole lot of that main is beautiful. Rhetoric is just like hey get more people to come up and.

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"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

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KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"shea" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"shea" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"shea" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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103.5 KISS FM

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"shea" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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