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"shea" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

04:10 min | 1 d ago

"shea" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"More on type. Let's talk about what age the best and I I think this is a long list Shea you start. I thought you were going to give some nominations. We'd just picking our own I can give you Sam you want me to go down the list I'll do because I feel like if you just tell me to pick one I'm GonNa just keep on picking Amazon every time, and then I'm GonNa miss a lot of the other stuff. So maybe you gonNA throw them out there that I wouldn't think of number one with a bullet the use of Youtube and blogging I mean come on we're. Really. Solid. It's foundational to the movie Emma Stone famously dishes and via YouTube. She likes sent in a a real that she did her Webcam or whatever it. Just it really works. It does not feel dated whatsoever it's kind of shocking. Hard to do. Well, it feels pressure. Yeah or still relevant ten years later. Juliette. It makes me really happy when we do these lesson than ours are the same. This was also the first thing on my list. I seen and understood. So I just wanted. You know that is a moment of community on this watch ables also I agree there and she's so good in them also like. There is something she would be a good youtube star which Amazon like you have other things to do please don't it's not the path that you need to take now but she could do it. It's it's realistic totally she there's a lot of options for her I'm so many platforms. I feel like if she were a little younger Amazon would be a great talker she shouldn't have physical comedy announced she could dance video she could do comedy she could do so many things. Let her do it now list age limits on anything. Okay. I think she might not want to. Ensure. Number two what age the best. As I alluded to earlier, I think picking Ohio is the location was also very precious.

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U.S. Recession 2020: When Will the Economy Recover?

Bloomberg Law

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

U.S. Recession 2020: When Will the Economy Recover?

"Many in this many connection. As for the economic Outlook, Bloomberg's monthly survey of economists suggest it will be almost two years before the American economy returns to an even keel with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude eyes, economists surveyed by Bloomberg say When 2020 is over and done with the pandemic live, Shea 4.5% off the economic growth rate. 2021 2022. The economy is forecast to grow, gradually gaining 3.6% 2.7%, respectively. It's possible those estimates could be too optimistic as Washington has yet to serve up additional economic aid.

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New York Police Department's budget cut has top cop figuring out how to do more with less

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | Last week

New York Police Department's budget cut has top cop figuring out how to do more with less

"Cuts. New York's top cop is trying to figure out how to do more with less. The NYPD is attrition rate as high as 50% and and counting. counting. Police Police Commissioner Commissioner Dermot Dermot Shea Shea has has already already been been juggling juggling schedules schedules to to compensate compensate for for the the cuts cuts in in overtime, overtime, and and I I don't don't think think the the public public understands understands A A drastic nature of those cuts. And the impact that that's had on putting cops on the street in the summer. It is taken Literally thousands of cops off the street. The department is down 2000 at this time, although that might stay both layoffs. Manpower is a concern. New cadet classes have been put on hold. The commissioner commissioner says. says. says. While While While it's it's it's good good good to to to get get get young young young cops cops cops experience experience experience cannot cannot cannot be be be replaced replaced replaced with with with losing losing losing the the the best best best right right right now, now, now, and and and that's that's that's that's that's that's a a a damn damn damn shame. shame. shame. Julia Julia Julia Papa 10 10 wins news. Cloudy

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New York PD marks 25-year high in taking guns off the street

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | Last week

New York PD marks 25-year high in taking guns off the street

"Guns off the street last week. Which it says was a 25 year high. Speaking live earlier here on 10 10 wins, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said. On one hand, it's good to get the guns off the streets. On the other hand, it's bad that people had them in the first place. The gun Are in your apartment right now. They're in your house there in your son's bedroom. I mean, this is what people don't want to talk about. But this is the truth. So whether it's grandmothers, mothers. Girlfriend. You know, we need to get the guns out of houses off the streets for everyone say there was 171% jumping shootings this July and August compared to the same period a year ago. Top police officials

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Bodega Owners Say Enforcement Of Mask Rules In Stores Should Fall On New York Police, Not On Workers

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:47 sec | Last week

Bodega Owners Say Enforcement Of Mask Rules In Stores Should Fall On New York Police, Not On Workers

"Slapped slapped and and beat beat up up for for asking asking customers customers to to put put on on a a facemask. facemask. Now Now bodega bodega owners owners are are calling calling on on the the NYPD NYPD to enforce the rule. Fernando Mateo of the United Bodegas of America, says state and city regulations that require store owners and force mask rules put innocent workers in danger. Bodega owner Hamid Out to rib Told CBS two's Dave Carlin that about 45% of people that come into his store. Ignore the mask rule. It's just for the Cubs, not for us. Cops should do it. I'm just working here, if if I got shot, or if they, uh, nobody gonna help my family. Matteo said his organization will meet with police Commissioner Dermot Shea on September 16th to ask that police take the lead on mask enforcement. WCBS

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2nd wave of coronavirus could be weeks away, experts warn

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | Last week

2nd wave of coronavirus could be weeks away, experts warn

"Off during Labor Day weekend Corona viruses, you know, does not So that brings to us this thought the lingering worries. Many try to get some enjoyment out of the weekend With a threat hanging around US of Corona virus crowds flocking to beaches this holiday weekend, experts worry waves of new Corona virus cases could be on the horizon, urging Americans to stick to CDC guidelines. Social distance and wear masks with triple digit heat Scorching California L. A County alone is expecting more than one million people at its beaches this week. Alex for Shea reporting more than 6.2 million people here in the Wes infected with 188,538 losing their lives. That's according to numbers from Johns Hopkins University models are predicting the death toll could exceed 400,000 by the end of this year. Many experts

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Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

"Tom Tom Seaver Seaver this this morning, morning, the the Baseball Baseball Hall Hall of of Fame Fame or or the the greatest greatest Met Met ever ever has died at the age of 75. Let's go live to City Field address, 41 Seaver Way and WCBS reporter Marla Diamond Marlin. And Steve Tom Seaver's plaque in Cooperstown lauds him as a power pitcher who helped change the New York Mets from loveable losers into formidable foes. He was simply the greatest Mets player of all time and among the best to ever play the game, said Mets owner Fred Wilpon in a statement. Ed Crane. Poole was a teammate and good friend. He was the number one player Marquee player franchise, and you can't replace a Tom Seaver in your organisation. This is a sad day and met Tom Seaver was a class act an inspiration to his legions of fans at a young how he rose. Just watching him taught me how you're supposed to comport yourself professionally. So even as a kid When I was 13 when Tom came up in 1967 watching him go about it. You had a Seaver threw out the first pitch in the Mets last game at Shea Stadium and was honored last year with a street naming at Citi Field. He was too ill to attend. Seaver died Monday from complications of dementia and covert 19. He was 75. Steve

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Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

"Tom Tom Seaver Seaver this this morning, morning, the the Baseball Baseball Hall Hall of of Fame Fame or or the the greatest greatest Met Met ever ever has died at the age of 75. Let's go live to City Field address, 41 Seaver Way and WCBS reporter Marla Diamond Marlin. And Steve Tom Seaver's plaque in Cooperstown lauds him as a power pitcher who helped change the New York Mets from loveable losers into formidable foes. He was simply the greatest Mets player of all time and among the best to ever play the game, said Mets owner Fred Wilpon in a statement. Ed Crane. Poole was a teammate and good friend. He was the number one player Marquee player franchise, and you can't replace a Tom Seaver in your organisation. This is a sad day and met Tom Seaver was a class act an inspiration to his legions of fans at a young how he rose. Just watching him taught me how you're supposed to comport yourself professionally. So even as a kid When I was 13 when Tom came up in 1967 watching him go about it. You had a Seaver threw out the first pitch in the Mets last game at Shea Stadium and was honored last year with a street naming at Citi Field. He was too ill to attend. Seaver died Monday from complications of dementia and covert 19. He was 75. Steve

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New York Police Dept. Unveils New Disciplinary Matrix For Officers Accused Of Violating Department Policies

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York Police Dept. Unveils New Disciplinary Matrix For Officers Accused Of Violating Department Policies

"The NYPD has unveiled a draft of Ah, discipline matrix to guide punishment decisions. And it's an internal disciplinary system. This comes at a time on law enforcement agencies are being pressured to beam or transparent about Officer discipline. Police Commissioner Dermot Shea says. The discipline matrix fulfills one of the last recommendations from a panel and criminal justice experts. That former police Commissioner O'Neill at most a couple of years ago to examine the department's disciplinary process, as well as a pledge from the mayor's to address social justice issues. Will you look at the Obama pledged in many of the The concerns and the blue ribbon panel. There's a There's a tremendous amount of overlap here, and the good news is that Met many of the items that it contained in the pledge. We've been committed to do it for several years now. He says they're now asking for public comment over the next 30 days.

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New York pols call for investigation of possible NYPD work slowdown

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York pols call for investigation of possible NYPD work slowdown

"For an investigation. After rumors of a work slowdown by city police officers, Councilman Ritchie Torres of the Bronx tells 10 10 wins that the NYPD response Times are slower this summer. And considering the recent rise in gun crimes, that's a violence is heading in the wrong direction. So are the NYPD response times. And if you think there is no connection between the trends and violence and the trends and NYPD response times than that's delusional, and so, as far as I'm concerned, there needs to be an investigation into whether there is in fact they work slowdown and to what extent as the work slowdown driven the growth in violence. He and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, saying they've heard about the alleged work slowdown from a number of alarmed officers who are still in the force. Mayor de Blasio and Police Commissioner Dermot Shea have already denied any work slow down by officers. A woman arrested after a

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New York Police Department Shifting Officers’ Schedules Following Another Violent Weekend; Commissioner Shea: ‘All Hands On Deck’

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

New York Police Department Shifting Officers’ Schedules Following Another Violent Weekend; Commissioner Shea: ‘All Hands On Deck’

"In the city, with six people killed and many more wounded, and NYPD Commissioner German Shay says he's beefing up staffing on weekends by shifting schedules of officers of all ranks so many will end up with a weekend day if they normally work Monday through Friday, the commissioner appeared on New York one tough It throws People's lives further in tow imbalance if you will, but This is something that we had to do. It gives us a little bit of flexibility and You know, I'm starting to feel like a business struggling to survive here and you know we're doing what we can with the with the resources we have and making sure that it's all hands on deck. He also denied allegations that NYPD officers were engaging in a deliberate slowdown and said those rumors make his blood boil. Wins. News time 7

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In Effort To Combat Rash Of New York City Gun Violence, NYPD To Change Officers’ Schedules, Require Many To Work Weekend Day

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

In Effort To Combat Rash Of New York City Gun Violence, NYPD To Change Officers’ Schedules, Require Many To Work Weekend Day

"Gun violence on the weekends in New York City, some NYPD officers they're going to see their schedules change more from WCBS reporter Christie Collision reports say the NYPD officers below the rankings of sergeant or captain who normally have weekends off we'll have to start either a Sunday through Thursday or to stay through Saturday shift. Shooting crimes have gone up in the city since the start of the summer, and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea had apparently sent out a memo saying that only a third of NYPD officers will be off weekends and that solid schedules that comply with the memo should be locked in by the end of the month. Christie COLLISION WCBS news radio 80. WCBS news time 11

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Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

Casefile True Crime

05:02 min | Last month

Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. Shea was born on October twenty, three, nineteen, seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. Now, the L. Said Woods village, which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, the Edwards and the smiths. Siblings cousins, and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. Nine. Lisa was born on November twenty, nine, Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, and dougie shillings worth. On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. Nat King. Cole's Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. The close knit family spent their evenings together, dancing and singing. But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, a heart attack and Pasta way. Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. Minor roles. So babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. Cindy. who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, which was a remote ap Bac town, they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. River. On Saturday December five, nine, hundred, ninety, seven, Cindy. Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. By the time evening fell. The two of them had decided to go into town. Burke was a small town with a population of just three, thousand, four, hundred paypal. It was originally home to the Nimba people, but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. Lock old indigenous people across. Australia. The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. By the late nineteen, th century, their population had dwindled. While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. CADDO stations.

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Dodgers Out-Slug Padres to Win High-Scoring Affair

The Darren Smith Show

04:36 min | Last month

Dodgers Out-Slug Padres to Win High-Scoring Affair

"A stunning finish on the double play off the bat of the former dodger manny. Machado as the dodgers hold on at pet, go to win seven six, they win the series as well over the Padres, two games to one John Shea Jim Russell back with you here on the wrap up show, we said the padres lead baseball by the way and runs per game last. Last segment. They entered the day third in runs per game at five, and a half runs per game on the season and against scored six runs here today. So they've been very, very good offensively. But again, with the loss, they fall to seven and six on the season. Let's hear from the manager who was jacked for the first time in his career. Here's Jay Taylor game. Yeah, it's always good to see. You know the guys continue to battle and. You. Know we've we. Kind of felt that you know inside the. In the DUGOUT when we've been down never really feel like we're out of it and you know get get the heart of the order up and chance to you know always be in the game and. You know look at the end Mandy you know squared a ball up to to left field and and They made a hell of a play I. Mean it was A. Had to be you know a perfect throw and it was a perfect one hop throw and a intact. So but dancer question Yeah. It's. It's good to see him battling back and chip away and. You know we. You know we we came up short. Your first managerial ejection tonight. That's something that had been building up over the course of the game with Margaret Mature, as more of a spur of the moment reaction to that dish. Now. It's a, it's not built up minutes. Look. I think manny thought the ball was down I. thought it was down and. You know it either I go with me and he goes I'm guessing. So it's simple as up. Your thoughts on how? To. Handle. I thought you know Came in You know we were looking for a little softer landing but. The NFL west, there's there's no soft landing especially with the dodgers and. looking for a spark and. He gave up to ground balls got through and and then obviously Peterson clicking man you know. Peterson Click a couple balls tonight. You know and. But but I was impressed with how he went back out in the second inning and. I thought that was good and it's always nice to kind of You know finish on a on a higher note, and hopefully he gets some confidence and you know continues to go forth. Interesting admission there from JAS Tingler. We were hoping for a softer landing for Luiz Patino. Remember we heard yesterday literally yesterday when he was called up, he would not initially be pitching and high leverage spots. He makes his Major League debut, not not with the lead, but trailing four too. So you could argue the leverage component of it, but Jim again, he went left left right left with the VP that a left-wing cory seager who's read hide Jock Peterson three homers in the series including the homerun again. Again Against Patino and again, you're going to have to get him at one point or another. If you call them up, there's a reason you call it Emma but Jeez in the history of big league debuts, can it be much more difficult for Patina than the inning he had to deal with there could not have been more difficult. You're facing an MVP facing the guys at thirty six bombs last year who was notorious for being i. mean you saw in the home run Derby last year he. Is. Ball's. Chris Taylor their professional hitter. It's not an, there's no easy ways to face the dodgers especially in a four two game. You put him in there hopefully to have Jason, Taylor said this thing and there by the way it's four nothing before with two outs, TAT tease homers. So all of a sudden the dynamic of the game has changed it's chain, but but seniors already ready like you've already said he's GonNa Pitch the sixth, right? Like you wonder again at four nothing there you go. Down seven nothing whatever. But at fourteen like well, I'm back in the game and you don't want him to get up and then sit down again and I'm sure that's the reason why they put them in the game like look he's already ready. Maybe. It might be not the best time to put him in. But look, we just hit a two run bomb to to get us going hopefully and putting a guy in there where he is one of if not the top prospect on this in this organization, hopefully, we can get another spark on this guy route that is

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Hanging with Nache Snow

Craft Hangout

05:18 min | Last month

Hanging with Nache Snow

"Hey. What's up and welcome to craft. Hang out I'm. ELISA CAPITAIN I'm Jesse Cats Greenberg. And I'm Lou Thatcher and let's hang up. Loop Lee. Now we're not gonNA, she's on mute. She wasn't. Here. Stupid. I. Wish I had a cow bell or something fun like a slide whistle. Lou. We've got to. Invest. tweets we. GotTa we gotTa have old school sound sound makers in the attic. We have from my own, Omega the nineteen in the nineteen fifties. They had these like New Year's Eve noisemakers. Those would have been great. was. Groggy. From there like the sound makers that. Yeah. Fun fact all right. Everybody. Last year, as you may remember, Jesse and I attended the makers conference craft -cation in California. And we met so many new friends. So one night, there was a bit of an east coaster meet up. and. I met a really cool crafter and fellow podcast with a show called studio seventy eight podcast, and she is fabulous and finally hanging with us right now. So please everyone. Let's give a warm craft hanging out. Welcome to New Shea Snow Welcome. So excited to be on your pie gas. You guys. Interviewed so many amazing guests on like I feel like honored. Show big time. Stop. So, let's just start off with the basics. Can you tell our craft? Reno's a little bit about who you are and what you do? Absolutely, my name's initiates now been a crafter for life since elementary school. My mom is a crafter to end up going to school for graphic design and my nine to five is billy me dealing with you know designers and web designers and all of that good stuff. Stuff. But on nights and weekends I, just loved to podcasts. Do My side hustles and I've had many many side hustles through the years. But I like making stuff just creating stuff and I'm just like you guys. I just love talking to people in sharing their stories and inspiring women to like pursue their passions be at full time or part time or all the time. So yeah, that's me in a nutshell. So. That podcast, you get to have lots of conversations with creatives and how does that inspire you? Oh. My goodness I mean, you know sometimes I feel like when I get off of an interview with him, like I need to step it up. Just. Wait a minute like, but it inspires me because you can throw around ideas because a lot of times you know people tell me like what marketing tips worked for them or how they ended up making connections in in order to get their Khumbu show line off, you know just started or maybe how they weren't. Initially, artists didn't go to school for design. But now they're like selling design in the narrow inspiring people to like just do what you love. Love in. So for me, I, feel like with each guest. I just pick up like a little tip a little trick, and it just inspires me to want to do more. You know some, that's super rats. I feel the same way with some of our guests. But okay, who's your favorite guest and Y ou? That's that's a hard one. That's a heroin. So if if any gas listened to listening to this and I don't name, you don't get offended. But I actually had her on for a second time. Her name is Nicole crowder. and. She's in the DC area with knee to, and recently she's actually just blown up but the pillow one. Yes. Mention Pillow, right? Yeah. Because she she does the meditation pillows and you know she first started out where she was, you know doing upholstery and teaching people how to upholster their old furniture in an her story. You know she talks about like working a nine to five. Then trying to do her love full-time, it didn't work out, went back to a nine to five, and then she started again when I first interviewed her and man she like learned from all the failures and then took what she learned and she's just being going going going and. And even when I interview her few months ago is wow. So just talking to her, I was so inspired, I love seeing her Kinda like blow up the last couple of months, and even how she did the meditation pillow, she initially was just giving them out for free because of cove nineteen everybody was going through a hard time and she was like, Hey, pay what you can, you can't pay anything. I'll I'll give these to you right analysis set, and this has become like heart of her business. So yes, she's like amazing.

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Interview With Andrew Bernstein

The Candid Frame

04:41 min | Last month

Interview With Andrew Bernstein

"In his lengthy career. He's developed many friendships, not least of which was with Kobe Bryant with whom he collaborated the book. The Mamba, mentality how I play. And career special not because of the many iconic image he's made, but because he's demonstrated that he is the kind of man who puts in the extra effort and time to be a great photographer, a good father and a good man. This is about an ex in welcome back to the candidate frame. A first off welcome. Welcome to the show. It's have you thank you very much happy to year. Always Nice to talk to a legend. Old? I know. We talk a lot about your career as a sports photographer and that's we're going to spend a lotta time doing but I always to talk to sports, photographers or anyone who's been covering the game for a long time, always like hearing the story of the first live event smart event that they ever went to. That was like significant for them. What would that be? The first one I shot like no other one shot, but. went to maybe as a kid well, that's a great question I would have to say a grew up. A mets fan I. also a Rangers Fan growing up. I remember distinctly go into a myths game with my dad. I probably was maybe seven or eight. And, we were sitting behind home plate at Shea Stadium frankly sort halfway up, maybe third deck or something in. A foul ball team our way straight back. Identity shoved me out of the way in cod with one round. Tremendous amount it's been going. You know I'll never forget that I'm glad you remind me of that. That was fifty something years ago. An amazing that's A. Great Memory have first game. Yeah, well, it's better than getting in the head with a puck. But it would. No it was, it was a great memory. I had that ball forever I. Don't know what happened to it. In various moves over the years on the hockey side remember going to see the Rangers play in back. In the day we used to Go the old Madison Square Garden. This is the garden that was up on Tenth Avenue. I believe before they built the new garden in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy one. And the old guard, and had these pillars that you know. The new garden had the suspended ceiling. We made it so revolutionary. The Old Guard was Lee elda auditorium in at these pillars came down, and they sold seats literally behind the pillars that would call obstructed view seats. Added stamped on the ticket obstructed view. And you, literally sitting behind the pillar, and that's where me, the kid with always stupid behind the pillar. Every single time by Dan we get the tickets were like fifty cents. So that's what my earliest memories ago to raise your AIDS, I went to I can't remember which was first where there was a rams game at the coliseum that was my first, or whether it was dodger game. Experienced that I, remember was just the noise of so many people. And just it's unlike any other feeling I ever had were have dislike. Thousands of thousands of people around you at the same time, and there's something that I think is. Very lowering about that whether you are a sports fan as Lords player in your case of a photographer and talked to me about the intoxication of just that feeling at that sound. And, what it does for you especially when you're out there virtually in the center of it, it's still funny and bringing this up because the last. Or so this is gonNA sound really weird, but I've had this crazy ringing in my ear might. Equally right, it never experience, so go to the doctor. Get a hearing test the whole thing that they do. It comes back I have like twenty percent hearing loss at the high frequency, not unusual for my age. The audiologist says Mrs Wonder What kind of let me ask you. What kind of work do you do? I said well sports photographer you in noisy environments. She says I said. When's the last time we were in one? Four months ago. Well the ever experiences when you're in a loud arena or stadium I should not consciously. She's a will. Maybe you haven't withdrawal surgical. Rain you this consciously? Hearing it because it was so used to hearing it for forty years, isn't that? It's so bizarre.

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New York Mayor De Blasio Urges Court System To Fully Reopen, Cites ‘Huge Backlog’ In Violent Crimes

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:53 sec | Last month

New York Mayor De Blasio Urges Court System To Fully Reopen, Cites ‘Huge Backlog’ In Violent Crimes

"There. De Blasio blames the surge in violent crime on a perfect storm of causes. But he does not hesitate to point to a backlog of violent crime cases in the courts. As one of the chief reasons our criminal justice system needs to get back to full strength, our courts not only need to reopen they need reopen fully as quickly as Possible. To that end, the mayor has sent a letter to the chief judge into the district attorneys of the five boroughs, offering to help in any way that he can buttressing the mayor's case. Police Commissioner Dermot Shea put the situation in mortgage graphic terms. We have 4100 gun cases just in the last two years that are still open. Half of them indicted and on most all of them walking around next to you and me every day on the street and the commissioner declared. In this environment, the criminal justice system is just not working, adding it's playing for anyone to

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Train Your Brain To Find Opportunities During A Crisis

The Model Health Show

04:54 min | 2 months ago

Train Your Brain To Find Opportunities During A Crisis

"Welcome to the Mater Hell, show this fitness nutrition expert, Shawn Stevenson and I'm so grateful to you today. We've got a very popular episode nine up today with him. Talking about how we can make the most of the situation that we find our society and right now you know with twenty twenty. It seems like twenty twenty came along and through our lives into a blender, but today we're GonNa talk about how we can make it into a delicious smoothie. You know what I mean and right now here in the state of California that just moved to. We haven't even been here full year yet. Society is re shut down there and just shut it down, opened it little bit open the crack and they shut it back down and right now for the upcoming semester children are you back to school we've got millions of people who are unemployed. Countless businesses are closed and this is a very trying time and I truly want everybody to understand that we have not seen the fallout. Fallout yet. The true fallout and I WANNA help to make sure that as many people as possible are in a position to overcome this, because our mental health is going to be stressed, our financial health physical health are relationships, but we can come out better Albert Einstein said that in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity, and we have to shift our mindset to that, though because when things are going bad, we're faced with. especially uncertainty, we tend to go to the dark side. Are This is how? An CONSI- Walker you know went down the wrong path it was it was presented with You know those those trying times and trying opportunities you know so shout out to Darth vader shadow to space balls IRA out. They get credit. one of the greatest movie parodies of all time all right instead of Chewbacca, the wookey. They had BARF play by John. Candy. Alright a big shot to them. But again in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity. We have to shift our mindset there and this has been a trying time for many. But I believe that we are strong I believe that we are capable and I believe that this is a time in history that is offering a great reset. It's offering an opportunity for humanity elevate. It makes me think of you know the original Nintendo the original Nintendo. The game console itself had two buttons. One was a power button in one was a reset button. First of all, why don't if I want to reset? Push the power button often. Turn it back on again. They're like no. You're going to need this reset button. The reset says. I'm playing the game. Maybe I made a mistake maybe i. was exposed to clinch. May. Be I WANNA do something different, but the reset says I'm going to keep playing. is going to tap this real. Quick I'm GONNA keep playing. And I think their life right now is a big reset button that is getting pushed whether we like it or not, and so we need to embrace it because it's happening, you know fighting against what is is what leads to allow to suffering. But the thing is we don't have to. We don't have to be content about it. We need to accept it realize what's happening. Realize what is and then put in place an intelligent. Plan of action which starts from the inside. Truly, all changes in inside game and really getting our mindset right and taking control of our own personal. Economy inside of our minds are personal health and wellness inside of our minds, so we can take that and spread that out to our family and our communities so very excited about this episode in as I mentioned. This is my first full summer here in California I grew up the Mid West S. T.. L.! Right in here in California is, it's amazing. The consistency in the weather, but something that I've noticed is very different from the Midwest Summers. Is that here in California you got the heat he might be to say is nine hundred ninety five outside. And If, there's a piece of shea going. Get into the shade in this cooler cycle is nice shadier. In Saint, Louis, it doesn't work that way. Would you say if it's ninety ninety five and Saint Louis? And you see a little piece of shade going. Get some of their shade, but. He's like what do you think you're going? We have this little extended arm, cold humidity, and it'll grab your by your collar. I make your holiday dollar humidity. It doesn't feel good. You know so. It's like I've got a true experience now of going into the shade and me like Oh. This is nice, nice shade. But Saint Louis doesn't work that way shot to all my friends and family in Saint Louis, everybody listening in Saint Louis I love you guys so much.

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Shea Diamond: Why Music is a Tool for Trans Liberation

LGBTQ&A

05:58 min | 2 months ago

Shea Diamond: Why Music is a Tool for Trans Liberation

"I'd like to start with your song. AMERICAN, Pie! I love the framing of it that you're talking about living truthfully and framing in terms of the American dream. Can you just talk about the song and what you want people to take away from it well, the thing is you know I just think about my life and my experience and just like and just. Just the many people I've met throughout the years I mean I've met a whole lot of people throughout the years from state to state running I feel like a state running from state to state. Trying to look for that place where you can find that freedom trying to find a place where you can be, you know everybody find wants to come to Hollywood. Everybody believes in that dream of of that they can do something they can do this thing and they have this dream whether it's so small as to have. House, with a picket fence and have a sickening piece of trade at home. You know that's that you can put you know your your feet on his bag and he says now. Let it rest. They're a little bit. What other situation is I mean? We've lost a the ability to dream because people have taken that away from us. They've told them us because we're queer. Because with this because we're black, because we're trans because we're gay, because the with this because we're fat, I had a dream since I was small, and I was told I cannot assess that dream, because first of all I wasn't a girl. I believe harshly. That I was female. So I've been fighting, society. Since my very existence that's gave giving society gave me my script and told me Oh. You know you're not a girl. And you came into this world. This is who you are, so they gave me a script in order to go by in refused to go by their script. Now we all came here but naked. We came in this world nude I came into this world wanting. Always wanting and I still want and who's going to say my want is not a need and I think about my existence as a trans woman, and I would not want to go back and be and uncle, because I started off gender non conforming. We started from these experience. I started as a gay man boy. Whatever you WANNA call it gay bodied person. Queen. They in Trans. Now I am a woman. I Want Society to. Adjust to that change. Trans people are who they say they are. Not who you want them to be. And when you put it in terms of that framing an as the American dream, I'm always looking for ways to sell trans acceptance for lack of better words, and that makes it hard to disagree with. Well I feel like we should never have to to sell like it's a sprite and say look. It tastes good. Feeling. Oh, I mean sell in terms of acceptance and passing laws to protect. Do we need to de Criminalized Being Trans? We're always going to be the person to be objectified in cages locked away pointed. Ridiculed spectacles. They look at us as animals if we're not sil. Sila viral silver. Some ways I cannot save for. Silver, civilized, civilized, civilized, and I guess I haven't had to say that word in a while because I've never been considered civilized. Has that been consistent in your life? That's been consistent in my life. You understand where I come from. What if the world change? Our social construct had changed, and you were told that like a black and darker with superior. How would you navigate? Would you be the same person which would be the same joyful person with the experiences that we have experienced to one day? Have your foot in our shoes people in society. They know what's going. We pretend we act like we don't. And we pretend like we want to make a change, but we really don't. What is white privilege? There's no such thing we've been given that script. And we've just adhere to it. Time in time out, and we have not then then. We don't go to this thing that all people are equal. We had to find somebody better now after we've realized that why people are in better now, black people have to be better. Somebody has to be better in order for somebody to be lesser. Somebody has to be poor in order for somebody to be rich that we monopolize off the things that's happening in this world, so we can look at the the Trans Women in their experience or people in their experience, and no, that's not us, and there will never be a weekend hold I hit up high and live safely navigate in. In this world, and these are all things that you sing about pretty directly in your music. Have the label or producers asked you not to do that so explicitly and do singing about other things well, you know I, have to be honest with Justin Justin is a visionary Justin transfer he is, he is a visionary. He had the people like we were another thing another labor one. It's sign. And the whole thing was. They wanted a lighter music they did. They wanted lighter music. Happy Music. Let's radical music I. Now there. They wanted to sign. They wanted a younger person. Another one wanted to sign. They just like we believe her story is just. It's going to overshadow the music. So, they believe that because I had a freaked up life and I survived that and I'm live in to tell my story in order to in order to encourage other people that they can survive the dare experiences, because because I'm not the only one that experienced things and I don't want people to think that I'm not a victim. I am a survivor and so to my music. I want to encourage people that you are survivor

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"shea" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

04:09 min | 3 months ago

"shea" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Are a lot of players there. Lot of great athletes in the annals of Sport and American sport in particular. But they're only a few you would really call essential who means something beyond the game who transcend sports. What are those figures? Undoubtedly is Willie mays. He's now eighty nine years old. His career came to an end almost a half century ago. But he's still looms so large in our collective consciousness. Willie mays is the CO author of a book. That has just been released co-authored with John Shea the longtime baseball writer from the Bay the book is titled Twenty Four Life Stories and lessons from the say. Hey Kid it. It is a pleasure to welcome to the show John Shea John. Thank you for being with us. Jeremy My pleasure thank you. I was trying to articulate. Perhaps inelegantly in that introduction. Why Willie mays is is almost Someone who has the power of myth in our society they it. There's still this power to or of Willie mays. How how would you put your finger on it? No you're right I I kind of figure cultural icon American hero in not just a baseball hero or sports hero but an living lights in. Who's with US TODAY? And thankfully opened his heart and memory banks and great knack for storytelling to to me And we were able to put this book together about not just the man but the career and the exemplary life you know guy who inspired millions but also details who inspired him and that is what. We tried to capture in the book. The story of Willie mays Who's born in Nineteen thirty? One came up to the major leagues in Nineteen Fifty One Did all those spectacular things on a ball field I think he was on the in the on Deck Circle In his first year when Bobby Thomson hit the shot heard round the world. Of course the VIC words catch in the fifty four sweep of the Indians. But he's one of those lives that tells us so much about America in the twentieth century as well. How do those stories track each other? American Willie mays you're right. This is A teenager who played with the Black Barons and the Negro Leagues and got signed by the giants. Right after his graduation in data assigned to an all white league the Trenton giants playing in the class. B Interstate League that only the only African American on the team but the entire league. This is nineteen fifty three years after Jackie broke the color barrier and is going into some of these towns here in the same thing. Jackie was hearing and couldn't stay with his teammates couldn't eat with his teammates and a lot of the towns and told me in a moment that I will never forget he said I wondered if it was all worth and my God gave me chills. Because I've been what I mean. No Willie mays and baseball. He could have gone back to the Birmingham and work in the mines like his father did and luckily fortunately for everybody on the planet basically he persevered and overcame and wouldn't let the biggest win and was rookie of the year and fifty one. Nbn fifty four and played twenty two seasons and you know are the best all around player in the history of the game and like we said lived a life that really wasn't like Mickey Mantle who without out at night and corrals and drank heavily and had a certain career because of a bit and Willie took different paths to speaking with John Shea about the new book Co authored with Willie mays twenty four life stories and lessons from the say. Hey Kid and this is a book about The people who influenced him as you said the people that he is influenced as well..

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"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

15:15 min | 5 months 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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"shea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

04:16 min | 5 months 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 Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

11:25 min | 6 months ago

"shea" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"He was the one who put me on that advice. Which was really really helpful. This other guy named James Bussey who I think he's at the time maybe working at Yahoo or something like that. He emailed me back. This guy named Chris Ex. Who was writing about rap all the time I read him a bunch of places he is. He not only email me back but he agreed to have We had lunch together a couple of times because he just happened to be in. Houston for for a short amount of time. This game Henry Dosso Margaret Downing at the at the pre like you know I'm laying out to whoever's email address I can find it. Whoever was doing the stuff that I wanted and I don't feel do it today. There's like a thing that I've practiced regularly reaching out to people who who I just read their stuff. And I am and impressed with and all like Cohen you know at New Yorker or or Morris or these sorts of people. Are Mike. How long I want to be around talent as much as possible. Let me try to absorb some just relying on the kindness of strangers. Yeah exactly and so you decide recently here like I said earlier you decide to start giving away some of your money because of that because you want to give some people some of the chances that you wish you had had like. It was an unusual thing. I don't know how overwhelmed I duNNo. Was your wife good with what you were doing like what was happening there. Where all of a sudden you get inundated because if you're giving away money on the Internet people are going to appear in an avalanche. Yeah no there is always cool with it. We always talk about it but beforehand This most recent time. It was only a little bit of my own money that I gave away. I had like dollars into my ball count and I was like I said to whoever needed. And then people started sending money to my Vin Mall Count and being like. Can you give this to someone also can give someone also So every once in a while. Let's make our money like we did a learning and I wanted to set up a scholarship so we donated twenty grand to the San Antonio Association of Hispanic Journalists So that that sort of thing happens but usually on the Internet. It's like a little bit of my money then pooper just jump in then go for you know it. It's tens of thousands of dollars. This might be a dumb question. But why do that can your ticket later forming? Why why help? Yeah I mean obviously it feels good but a whole lot of people aren't doing that like obviously yes. Why help of course a lot of people like to help. But most people don't do it that way. Most people don't just decide to help the way that you're deciding to help you know I've had. I've had a few different people asking for version of of this question. And just just her talking about it out loud. I think the final answer that we have all agreed to settle on. Is that teaching very much? Felt like the job. I was supposed to be doing for the rest of my life. That was the first time I had a job that felt right when I was working at construction job. I knew that that wasn't where both could be ended at. That wasn't the thing I wanted to do when I was working at the various gas stations shoe stores or whatever or doing lawn work. I knew that wasn't where I was supposed to be but when I got into the classroom thing happens when you get in that classroom for the first two or three years so that the kids at this school the kids are GonNa beat the hell out of you. Just run every scam. They can on you mess with you every sort of way and one of the things that's going to happen. You're going to be like you know what this sucks. I'm out of here or you're going to be like this sucks. I need to get better at this. And that was the first time jobless hard and I felt like I. I WanNa get better at this all the other times. I screw this job. I'm Outta here so I started. You know I really really cared a great deal about teaching. I just love that job and then and it offers you every single day the opportunity to do a good thing For a person you establish some sort of connection with a with a kid and you can see it when it happens every every teacher will tell you they know. They have a moment in their head when they going. Oh I reached this person or I had a meaningful interaction with this other person teaching. It allows you that opportunity all the time writing for me. Writing does not right in this good for my ego. Writing is what got me on. The Dan Lebatardshow. Nobody wanted to talk to me when I was a teacher. Now that I'm writing people want to talk to me. All the time right in is good for my ego but teaching what was good for my heart and giving away stuff on the internet or helping with golfing. Me's or setting up a scholarships or doing whatever and then it allows me that same sort of feeling for at least a little bit of time that I would get when I was teaching. So that's probably the reason I try to do it as often as I can. How did you meet your wife? Was it through teaching. Now we met in college. We met early on in my college career She we had a class together. I saw her. She was the most graceful beautiful woman I'd ever seen and I was like. I WanNa talk to this to this woman over here and that's how I started. I but I knew I mean you were in college if you're an attractive woman in college you're probably getting hit on multiple times every single think that's because men are awful and so. I figured that that that's what was happening with her so I didn't want to be another one of those people so it's like I'm Gonna I'm GonNa go like retro with this. I'm going to write a little note and pass it across the classroom and that's going to do and that's how we started talking and then that was twenty years ago and here we are. What did she see in you? You gotta ask her that. I have no idea our Poor my teeth were jacked up. I had a big head and a little tiny body. I'll I had a lot of strikes against me but she saw someone who knows maybe I was. I was probably just funny. Funny Guy How? How responsible is she for I mentioned the movie the wife earlier. But how responsible is she for your writing success in terms of encouraging it supporting it and you know being in a position where there was a desperation involved where you had to take care of everybody. I'll she largely responsible for that and you can say that in a very practical sense. She's responsible because she helped me early on like she was editing. All of the stuff that I was doing before I would turn it into the actual editor. So she's teaching me like that but also yes. She's years sort of guessing you up. She's like my Mark Jackson. I'm Reggie Miller. She is Mark Jackson and she's like. Yeah the man you could do this. You could do this. You just go go all of this stuff that I wanted to do. She's been like that forever though. It didn't it didn't matter that this was the thing. I was doing to make money. There was a time in my life. Dan when I watched the David Blaine Special David Blaine. Yeah the magician. I watched David Blaine Street magic and I was like ooh. I WANNA be a street magician and I was trying to learn how to do that and she was like you'd be great streep Justin I was. I watched a skateboarding documentary. I was like Oh aren't very professional. Skateboarder twenty six years old. Never skated. She's like you'd be a great professionals. You know she's just one of these types of people who just wants to support the people that she cares about. She's largely responsible for all of this stuff man. I'm not sure it's a lot more ridiculous though to say well. Why would he have been no seriously a writer? A magician or a skateboarder. All three of three of the paths are pretty improper improbable. Yeah they are. They are certainly certainly that. Also very though I e though there's no there's I'm not coordinated enough also need to be cool at a version of cool anyway to be like a successful tree magician. That would have been stupid. That would've been really stupid. Street magician a really stupid path. No matter how much support you had at home. Yeah you're right. You're right Shea good talking to you I really appreciate. I'm happy for your success. First of all and I really appreciate the conversation. Yeah man thank you for having been a big fan for such a long time. There's so few of us out there. I've been watching you for for you. Know what I did. We're talking about Laremy and this will be our last thing that we can talk about but Lerman are hanging out. This is like a year ago and I was watching. How questionable and she you know I. I have like a string of shows that I watch and arrogant all work at the yard. Hopefully we're watching highly questionable. I'm just sort of giggling to myself. And she comes and sits down next to me and this is one of the episode where we're probably does handshake thing and it. It happens on thing. I started laughing and She's like asking what's going on and there's a video on youtube. I don't know if you're aware of this or did you want to. That has a whole like all of the time or most of the time where. He's pulled the trick. The handshake away with a high five away. Whatever and I showed. You're in a in a several minutes long and by like forty five seconds into a. She's just rolling laughing everything time and it just made me feel so good that she liked the thing that I liked and here we are all connected now and this is unbelievable moment for me right now. Thank you do you Do you see any of your father in my father. Or does she see any of her father or any any Mexican fathers that you grew up around. Yeah Yeah your your data. My Dad are very very similar but they both have the same sort of energy. Where's like most of the time they feel like silly and playful and laughing but also when I'm watching him he'll give you look every once in a while where I'm like. Oh probably don't play like you. You can push them a little bit but you can't push them seriously. You know what I'm saying. My Dad has the exact same sort of way. So we're we're all up here man you were. You were raised by a variety of uncles right. Yeah that's correct. My when my mom moved down to San Antonio was her my grandma and then she had Six brothers one of them passed away early on when I showed up I was a firstborn her firstborn sunshine and the teenager But there's GRANDPA. They all grew up sort of without their dad for the most part so the five remaining uncles gathered around me and almost like a you know like a bodyguard situation..

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"shea" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

11:31 min | 6 months ago

"shea" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Album because they have staff writers for that and also they've got a hundred other freelancers pitching stuff. So don't pick that stuff but you could probably pitch Covering High School football game to your local newspaper. Because maybe there's two or three people pitching. He was the one who put me on that advice. Which was really really helpful. This other guy named James Bussey who I think he's at the time maybe working at Yahoo or something like that. He emailed me back. This guy named Chris Ex. Who was writing about rap all the time I read him a bunch of places he is. He not only email me back but he agreed to have We had lunch together a couple of times because he just happened to be in. Houston for for a short amount of time. This game Henry Dosso Margaret Downing at the at the pre. Like you know I'm reaching out to whoever's email address I can find it. Whoever was doing the stuff that I wanted and I don't feel do it today. There's like a thing that I've practiced regularly reaching out to people who who I just read their stuff. And I am and impressed with and all like Cohen you know at New Yorker or or Morris or these sorts of people. Are Mike. How long I want to be around talent as much as possible. Let me try to absorb some just relying on the kindness of strangers. Yeah exactly and so you decide recently here like I said earlier you decide to start giving away some of your money because of that because you want to give some people some of the chances that you wish you had had like. It was an unusual thing. I don't know how overwhelmed I don't know if it was your wife. Good with what you were doing like what was happening there. Where all of a sudden you get inundated because if you're giving away money on the Internet people are going to appear in an avalanche. Yeah no there is always cool with it. We always talk about it but beforehand This most recent time. It was only a little bit of my own money that I gave away. I had like dollars into my ball count and I was like I said to whoever needed. And then people started sending money to my Vin Mall Count and being like. Can you give this to someone also can give someone also So every once in a while. Let's make our money like we did a learning and I wanted to set up a scholarship so we donated twenty grand to the San Antonio Association of Hispanic Journalists So that that sort of thing happens but usually on the Internet. It's like a little bit of my money then pooper just jump in then go for you know it. It's tens of thousands of dollars. This might be a dumb question. But why do that can your ticket later forming? Why why help? Yeah I mean obviously it feels good but a whole lot of people aren't doing that like obviously yes. Why help of course a lot of people like to help. But most people don't do it that way. Most people don't just decide to help the way that you're deciding to help you know I've had. I've had a few different people asking for version of of this question. And just just her talking about it out loud. I think the final answer that we have all agreed to settle on. Is that teaching very much? Felt like the job. I was supposed to be doing for the rest of my life. That was the first time I had a job that felt right when I was working at construction job. I knew that that wasn't where both could be ended at. That wasn't the thing I wanted to do when I was working at the various gas stations shoe stores or whatever or doing lawn work. I knew that wasn't where I was supposed to be but when I got into the classroom thing happens when you get in that classroom for the first two or three years so that the kids at this school the kids are GonNa beat the hell out of you. Just run every scam. They can on you mess with you every sort of way and one of the things that's going to happen. You're going to be like you know what this sucks. I'm out of here or you're going to be like this sucks. I need to get better at this. And that was the first time jobless hard and I felt like I. I WanNa get better at this all the other times. I screw this job. I'm Outta here so I started. You know I really really cared a great deal about teaching. I just love that job and then and it offers you every single day the opportunity to do a good thing For a person you establish some sort of connection with a with a kid and you can see it when it happens every every teacher will tell you they know. They have a moment in their head when they going. Oh I reached this person or I had a meaningful interaction with this other person teaching. It allows you that opportunity all the time writing for me. Writing does not right in this good for my ego. Writing is what got me on. The Dan Lebatardshow. Nobody wanted to talk to me when I was a teacher. Now that I'm writing people want to talk to me. All the time right in is good for my ego but teaching what was good for my heart and giving away stuff on the internet or helping with golfing. Me's or setting up a scholarships or doing whatever and then it allows me that same sort of feeling for at least a little bit of time that I would get when I was teaching. So that's probably the reason I try to do it as often as I can. How did you meet your wife? Was it through teaching. Now we met in college. We met early on in my college career She we had a class together. I saw her. She was the most graceful beautiful woman I'd ever seen and I was like. I WanNa talk to this to this woman over here and that's how I started. I but I knew I mean you were in college if you're an attractive woman in college you're probably getting hit on multiple times every single think that's because men are awful and so. I figured that that that's what was happening with her so I didn't want to be another one of those people so it's like I'm Gonna I'm GonNa go like retro with this. I'm going to write a little note and pass it across the classroom and that's going to do and that's how we started talking and then that was twenty years ago and here we are. What did she see in you? You gotta ask her that. I have no idea our Poor my teeth were jacked up. I had a big head and a little tiny body. I'll I had a lot of strikes against me but she saw someone who knows maybe I was. I was probably just funny. Funny Guy How? How responsible is she for I mentioned the movie the wife earlier. But how responsible is she for your writing success in terms of encouraging it supporting it and you know being in a position where there was a desperation involved where you had to take care of everybody. I'll she largely responsible for that and you can say that in a very practical sense. She's responsible because she helped me early on like she was editing. All of the stuff that I was doing before I would turn it into the actual editor. So she's teaching me like that but also yes. She's years sort of guessing you up. She's like my Mark Jackson. I'm Reggie Miller. She is Mark Jackson and she's like. Yeah the man you could do this. You could do this. You just go go all of this stuff that I wanted to do. She's been like that forever though. It didn't it didn't matter that this was the thing. I was doing to make money. There was a time in my life. Dan when I watched the David Blaine Special David Blaine. Yeah the magician. I watched David Blaine Street magic and I was like ooh. I WANNA be a street magician and I was trying to learn how to do that and she was like you'd be great streep Justin I was. I watched a skateboarding documentary. I was like Oh aren't very professional. Skateboarder twenty six years old. Never skated. She's like you'd be a great professionals. You know she's just one of these types of people who just wants to support the people that she cares about. She's largely responsible for all of this stuff man. I'm not sure it's a lot more ridiculous though to say well. Why would he have been no seriously a writer? A magician or a skateboarder. All three of three of the paths are pretty improper improbable. Yeah they are. They are certainly certainly that. Also very though I e though there's no there's I'm not coordinated enough also need to be cool at a version of cool anyway to be like a successful tree magician. That would have been stupid. That would've been really stupid. Street magician a really stupid path. No matter how much support you had at home. Yeah you're right. You're right Shea good talking to you I really appreciate. I'm happy for your success. First of all and I really appreciate the conversation. Yeah man thank you for having been a big fan for such a long time. There's so few of us out there. I've been watching you for for you. Know what I did. We're talking about Laremy and this will be our last thing that we can talk about but Lerman are hanging out. This is like a year ago and I was watching. How questionable and she you know I. I have like a string of shows that I watch and arrogant all work at the yard. Hopefully we're watching highly questionable. I'm just sort of giggling to myself. And she comes and sits down next to me and this is one of the episode where we're probably does handshake thing and it. It happens on thing. I started laughing and She's like asking what's going on and there's a video on youtube. I don't know if you're aware of this or did you want to. That has a whole like all of the time or most of the time where. He's pulled the trick. The handshake away with a high five away. Whatever and I showed. You're in a in a several minutes long and by like forty five seconds into a. She's just rolling laughing everything time and it just made me feel so good that she liked the thing that I liked and here we are all connected now and this is unbelievable moment for me right now. Thank you do you Do you see any of your father in my father. Or does she see any of her father or any any Mexican fathers that you grew up around. Yeah Yeah your your data. My Dad are very very similar but they both have the same sort of energy. Where's like most of the time they feel like silly and playful and laughing but also when I'm watching him he'll give you look every once in a while where I'm like. Oh probably don't play like you. You can push them a little bit but you can't push them seriously. You know what I'm saying. My Dad has the exact same sort of way. So we're we're all up here man you were. You were raised by a variety of uncles right. Yeah that's correct. My when my mom moved down to San Antonio was her my grandma and then she had Six brothers one of them passed away early on when I showed up I was a firstborn her firstborn sunshine and the teenager But there's GRANDPA. They all grew up sort of without their dad for the most part so the five remaining uncles gathered around me and almost like a you know like a bodyguard situation. They're like we're going to protect this kid. He's going to be the one who who makes it so. Yeah they've all uncle Matt uncle. Brian Uncle Jesse Uncle Rick and uncle manual does. That's that's the team right there. That's a cool story man. Happy for you legitimately happy for you. Thank you brother. Be say that's GonNa do it for us this week on South Beach sessions. Thank you so much for listening to it. We hope to be there for you. Give you a little slice of normalcy during these extraordinary times. That's why we feel the responsibility to make sure we still put out this content so you can enjoy it. 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"shea" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

10:25 min | 6 months ago

"shea" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Hey everyone welcome back to south beach sessions. I'm Mike Ryan the executive producer. The content train here at South Beach sessions keeps running this week. We have a really fascinating interview with Shay Serano. Now a lot of you may already know. Shaves her on a lot of you may follow him on twitter. He has been a bit of a newsmaker recently as New York Times just profiled him on one of the several giveaways that he's done on his twitter account here during the corona crisis. He's a New York Times bestseller shop. Serrano is a very popular writer. Bill Simmons sort of brought him into the mainstream. We'll talk to him about that in just a little bit. But he's a name that certainly been on your radar. Even if you're outside of Sports Shea. Serano has sort of infiltrated pop culture. Barack Obama gave him the endorsement. And since then he's been a rocket ship so dan Le Batard catches up with Shay Serano on this week's episode of South Sessions. We really hope that you enjoy it. We're trying to keep the content going out there even though it's pretty surreal time without further ado here. Is Dan Le Batard interviewing Shea Serrano on South Beach Sessions? I have never heard of a story like yours where someone goes and becomes a three time consecutive New York Times bestseller. But you don't have any training in writing. Can you explain like it's crazy? How is it that you arrive in a place where your deciding to write as a living when this is not something you'd ever considered before you're suddenly writing for living? The short version of the story is Larry Main. That's my wife. We were young and getting married and working at middle school teachers and that was the job we thought we were going to do for the rest of our lives. It was like a job that was very important to me and we were excited about and when you're a teacher you don't make the money. Maybe you know between the two of us. We were making a eighty five grand a year or something. Which if it's just two people and you know I live in a little apartment and Houston. That's not a problem. You're doing pretty great But we're getting married. She got pregnant with twins and there was a medical complications and suddenly she couldn't work anymore. About four months into the pregnancy. She had to be on bed rest so we went from people making eighty five grand a year to one person now probably making about forty two and responsible all of a sudden for what was going to be four mouth twelve mills every single day and I do. I just needed extra money. We needed to figure out how to bridge that gap. Because you're making at the time. Twenty two hundred bucks a month or something like that and my my My rent rent was sixteen hundred alone in our car. Payment was four hundred. There's two thousand bucks like we're screwed is what we're looking at so I just started trying to find it. You know Part time job and those applying at target Papuan places like this work at a grocery store waiter and Each time went on interview. They would tell me. Oh we can't hire you. 'cause you're you're working when we needed to work because you already have full time jobs so the thing. I don't work so I was straight up at home. Just googling work jobs writer was one of the ones on the list. The requirements for the writing part of it it said as you just basically an internet and the computer and I had both of those things so I was like. Oh let's give this a try here. We go that's crazy and so you decide to start writing. And what is the back story on? How much writing you had done before that at any point in your life. Did you have any inkling that you were good writer? Now is a miserable writer. I got really bad grades at school and like straight up. I get to college and then I go your your test. Scores are really bad. You'RE GONNA have to take remedial classes like this level of. Academic Rigor is what we receiving in South San Antonio. So I don't know I I didn't think of any good at it. I certainly definitely was not good at it but I unfortunately Laremy had worked at the College newspaper so she had at least a little bit of a background in there she was able to walk me through how to build up a story or how to you know. Write a thing or a how to use a comma but like that's where we were but No there was. No there was no No history there. You GotTa do the thing to make the money so I'm going to go the other thing that make money so the early stages it's like the movie the wife with Glenn Close where she's the actual writer. Yeah that's that's the best way to put it the first time ever. Somebody hasn't mentioned the wife to me who is not named Sean fantasy or Amanda Oven. And so how how long? How long did it take before you got past fear and doubt or? Was there no time for fear and doubt with writing as a way to make extra money? Because you're too busy hustling because you've got mouths to feed. I think there's always time her mirror doubt even after all these years. I'm still afraid every time I've publisher thing I had to go up. Yesterday I was nervous about people reading. That's just the way that it works. But it's like everybody has that sort of your you. You just can't let us stop you from doing the thing that needs to get done so sure we were. We were scared. We were nervous but like what are the options here. You're either GonNa do the work or you're not going to do the work either way. You're going to be afraid so let's get started but who the hell does that though. I have no experience writing. Is it because there were so few other options that you couldn't work from home so this was what were the other options work from home that you chose writing when you didn't have an affinity for writing artwork that were? I mean it's all the same stuff they're still out there now. That could be a mystery shopper. And make two hundred dollars to go to a place or you. Don't you want. Maybe you could possibly be a bartender to bartender school like they're a bunch of little little houses at that. Everybody was mentioning. You could do but again i. I had a very small amount of time that I could do the work in and I couldn't take time off of teaching to do this thing. So writing was just the one that made the most sense and then of course. I didn't know at the time writing was supposed to go to one and make money but the books that I was reading the stories that are reading online. It's like oh how you make six figures as a freelance. I was like Oh sure. People are getting paid while they're doing this. This this is what I need to do If I'm looking at the bills that we had to pay versus the money that we have coming in I think we needed like seven or eight hundred bucks extra a month to get by laws like well shoot. I could probably find this if I'm doing writing like if people are making six figures I should be able to make six hundred bucks a month And that's just how all of that stuff started. I think maybe by the end of the first year I was making a thousand bucks a month. Just straight up putting a bunch of blog posts or little articles. I like that and then you just start to build and build and and get the bigger places and they pay a little more money in there. You go again you know. We're just trying to pay some bills all that it was not like this wasn't a curving that. I thought I was trying to take that grow up. Dreaming of being a writer. This to me was no different than if I was painting. Houses with one of my uncles doing irradiation with one on my uncle's like it's just the job that needs to get done and this is one that I can do so I'll do that. So what are the details on where you started writing and how much you were being paid for writing and who was reading it. I don't imagine anybody who is reading the very first thing that Roque was for this loan neighborhood newsletter that This husband and wife were printing up like literally in their garage printing it up themselves and then handing it out. It's called the near northwest. Banner and I've I've found that little paper at a pizza place that we used to go to kiosk with a bunch of different like you know little publications that are in there and I grabbed. All of them are just flip and reach one and try to find email addresses and starting every single person that I could and Francis was the woman's name and whenever forget her name. She emailed me back and she was like. Oh yeah this sounds cool. We can somebody write about sports. Do you know about sports and I I. I didn't know a lot but enough to just say yes two incomes. GonNa ask if I could do a thing so it was like. Oh Yeah I know a lot about sports. So of course and then she asked me to write about the Houston Texans. I wrote a season preview about about them and then later she asked me to write about a correct view. I believe he was retiring at the time or something like that. And then I use those two pieces to move on to the to the next place and then started pitching to the Houston press which was a little bit bigger a little bit more prestigious and Houston and then that was really where things sort of started to to turn because that was like a proper publication or as a woman who worked at name name Margaret Downing the editor in chief Super Super Smart newspaper person and she would not let you like right your way around anything. She was just straight up. Here's how you do this. This is how you'd be good at secures interested in all of our people who work for knowing how to do this stuff they needed to get done. Her and this guy named Chris Gray and between the two of them they were taking an active interest and like making their writers better so when I started working under them now the the real parts of the job now. I'm learning how to request information from courthouse or how to interview was subject or how to Structure Story So when I got in there and I knew it was a good spot to be. I just try to stick around as long as I could. I think I worked with them. Three Lansing mind you for about four years or so and after that time then I felt at least confident enough to pitch other places bigger places. I start pitching. Espn MTV Rolling Stone Xl Wa- Anyway. That I could find an email address I going and chasing down that way. So what were some of the first breaks that you got along that path like? What are some of the magazines? How long did it take before you got into some places where you were going to be rid working at a Houston press with his first real break? That I got because Margaret and Chris were there and it was like okay. They're gonNA teach me how to do this Outside of that the first ones where it felt like a cool thing was happening was like that too right. Espn at the time had a blog called true hoop run by Henry at it. He let me write about the spurs and then it was like on the ESPN homepage. I'll never forget it. I screen shotted and everything I remember..

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"shea" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

10:12 min | 6 months ago

"shea" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Hey everyone welcome back to south beach sessions. I'm Mike Ryan the executive producer. The content train here at South Beach sessions keeps running this week. We have a really fascinating interview with Shay Serano. Now a lot of you may already know. Shaves her on a lot of you may follow him on twitter. He has been a bit of a newsmaker recently as New York Times just profiled him on one of the several giveaways that he's done on his twitter account here during the corona crisis. He's a New York Times Bestseller Shea. Serrano is a very popular writer. Bill Simmons sort of brought him into the mainstream. We'll talk to him about that in just a little bit. But he's a name that certainly been on your radar. Even if you're outside of Sports Shea. Serano has sort of infiltrated pop culture. Barack Obama gave him the endorsement. And since then he's been a rocket ship so dan Le Batard catches up with Shay Serano on this week's episode of South Sessions. We really hope that you enjoy it. We're trying to keep the content going out there even though it's pretty surreal time without further ado here is Dan Le Batard interviewing Shea Serrano on South beach sessions. I have never heard of a story like yours where someone goes and becomes a three time consecutive New York Times bestseller. But you don't have any training in writing. Can you explain like it's crazy? How is it that you arrive in a place where your deciding to write as a living when this is not something you'd ever considered before you're suddenly writing for living? The short version of the story is Larry Main. That's my wife. We were young and getting married and working at middle school teachers and that was the job we thought we were going to do for the rest of our lives. It was like a job that was very important to me and we were excited about and when you're a teacher you don't make the money. Maybe you know between the two of us. We were making a eighty five grand a year or something. Which if it's just two people and you know I live in a little apartment and Houston. That's not a problem. You're doing pretty great But we're getting married. She got pregnant with twins and there was a medical complications and suddenly she couldn't work anymore. About four months into the pregnancy. She had to be on bed rest so we went from two people making eighty five grand a year to one person now probably making about forty two and responsible all of a sudden for what was going to be four mouth twelve mills every single day and I do. I just needed extra money. We needed to figure out how to bridge that gap. Because you're making at the time. Twenty two hundred bucks a month or something like that and my my My rent rent was sixteen hundred alone in our car. Payment was four hundred. There's two thousand bucks like we're screwed is what we're looking at so I just started trying to find it. You know Part time job and those applying at target Papuan places like this work at a grocery store waiter and Each time went on interview. They would tell me. Oh we can't hire you. 'cause you're you're working when we needed to work because you already have full time jobs so the thing. I don't work so I was straight up at home. Just googling work jobs writer was one of the ones on the list. The requirements for the writing part of it it said as you just basically an internet and the computer and I had both of those things so I was like. Oh let's give this a try here. We go that's crazy and so you decide to start writing. And what is the back story on? How much writing you had done before that at any point in your life. Did you have any inkling that you were good writer? Now is a miserable writer. I got really bad grades at school and like straight up. I get to college and then I go your your test. Scores are really bad. You'RE GONNA have to take remedial classes like this level of. Academic Rigor is what we receiving in South San Antonio. So I don't know I I didn't think of any good at it. I certainly definitely was not good at it but I unfortunately Laremy had worked at the College newspaper so she had at least a little bit of a background in there she was able to walk me through how to build up a story or how to you know. Write a thing or a how to use a comma but like that's where we were but No there was. No there was no No history there. You GotTa do the thing to make the money so I'm going to go the other thing that make money so the early stages it's like the movie the wife with Glenn Close where she's the actual writer. Yeah that's that's the best way to put it the first time ever. Somebody hasn't mentioned the wife to me who is not named Sean fantasy or Amanda Oven. And so how how long? How long did it take before you got past fear and doubt or? Was there no time for fear and doubt with writing as a way to make extra money? Because you're too busy hustling because you've got mouths to feed. I think there's always time her mirror doubt even after all these years. I'm still afraid every time I've publisher thing I had to go up. Yesterday I was nervous about people reading. That's just the way that it works. But it's like everybody has that sort of your you. You just can't let us stop you from doing the thing that needs to get done so sure we were. We were scared. We were nervous but like what are the options here. You're either GonNa do the work or you're not going to do the work either way. You're going to be afraid so let's get started but who the hell does that though. I have no experience writing. Is it because there were so few other options that you couldn't work from home so this was what were the other options work from home that you chose writing when you didn't have an affinity for writing artwork that were? I mean it's all the same stuff they're still out there now. That could be a mystery shopper. And make two hundred dollars to go to a place or you. Don't you want. Maybe you could possibly be a bartender to bartender. School like there are a bunch of little little houses at that. Everybody was mentioning. You could do but again i. I had a very small amount of time that I could do the work in and I couldn't take time off of teaching to do this thing. So writing was just the one that made the most sense and then of course. I didn't know at the time writing was supposed to go to one and make money but the books that I was reading the stories that are reading online. It's like oh how you make six figures as a freelance. I was like Oh sure. People are getting paid while they're doing this. This this is what I need to do If I'm looking at the bills that we had to pay versus the money that we have coming in I think we needed like seven or eight hundred bucks extra a month to get by laws like well shoot. I could probably find this if I'm doing writing like if people are making six figures I should be able to make six hundred bucks a month And that's just how all of that stuff started. I think maybe by the end of the first year I was making a thousand bucks a month. Just straight up putting a bunch of blog posts or little articles. I like that and then you just start to build and build and and get the bigger places and they pay a little more money in there. You go again you know. We're just trying to pay some bills all that it was not like this wasn't a curving that. I thought I was trying to take that grow up. Dreaming of being a writer. This to me was no different than if I was painting. Houses with one of my uncles. Doing you know the allegation was one on my uncle's like it's just the job that needs to get done and this is one that I can do so I'll do that. So what are the details on where you started writing and how much you were being paid for writing and who was reading it. I don't imagine anybody who is reading the very first thing that Roque was for this loan neighborhood newsletter that This husband and wife were printing up like literally in their garage printing it up themselves and then handing it out. It's called the near northwest. Banner and I've I've found that little paper at a pizza place that we used to go to kiosk with a bunch of different like you know little publications that are in there and I grabbed. All of them are just flip and reach one and try to find email addresses and starting every single person that I could and Francis was the woman's name and whenever forget her name. She emailed me back and she was like. Oh yeah this sounds cool. We can somebody write about sports. Do you know about sports and I I. I didn't know a lot but enough to just say yes two incomes. GonNa ask if I could do a thing so it was like. Oh Yeah I know a lot about sports. So of course and then she asked me to write about the Houston Texans. I wrote a season preview about about them and then later she asked me to write about a correct view. I believe he was retiring at the time or something like that. And then I use those two pieces to move on to the to the next place and then started pitching to the Houston press which was a little bit bigger a little bit more prestigious and Houston and then that was really where things sort of started to to turn because that was like a proper publication or as a woman who worked at name name Margaret Downing the editor in chief Super Super Smart newspaper person and she would not let you like right your way around anything. She was just straight up. Here's how you do this. This is how you'd be good at secures interested in all of our people who work for knowing how to do this stuff they needed to get done. Her and this guy named Chris Gray and between the two of them they were taking an active interest and like making their writers better so when I started working under them now the the real parts of the job now. I'm learning how to request information from courthouse or how to interview was subject or how to Structure Story So when I got in there and I knew it was a good spot to be. I just try to stick around as long as I could. I think I worked with them. Three Lansing mind you for about four years or so and after that time then I felt at least confident enough to pitch other places bigger places. I start pitching. Espn MTV Rolling Stone Xl Wa- Anyway. That I could find an email address I going and chasing down that way. So what were some of the first breaks that you got along that path like? What are some of the magazines? How long did it take before you got into some places where you were going to be rid working at a Houston press with his first real break? That I got because Margaret and Chris were there and it was like okay. They're gonNA teach me how to do this Outside of that the first ones where it felt like a cool thing was happening was like that too right..

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"shea" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"shea" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Shea and to have it at the four most kids I say they're very privileged kids ages two to thirteen were able to get a gift California congresswoman Maxine waters joined a local non profits for the giveaway the second night of Hanukkah will be celebrated with the first minore lighting ceremony at Beverly hills city hall Beverly hills mayor says he had been support suggesting such events for years but some of the other council members had concerns about violating the separation of church and state the mayor says the focus will be on the cultural and historical themes of Hanukkah Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has issued a challenge to president trump ahead of the impeachment trial if you are so confident you did nothing wrong why won't you let your men testify Schumer has sent a letter to his fellow senators detailing what stuff he wants subpoena for the trial that includes internal emails from the White House and state department Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Schumer is just pretending to be impartial about this whole thing house speaker Nancy Pelosi is withholding the two articles of impeachment passed last week she says she's waiting to make sure the proceedings are fair six more horses have been found shot to death in your strip mine site in Kentucky a rescue group says it appears the horses were killed at the same time as the fifteen who were found in the area last week the horses carcasses were scattered over a large area they had apparently been hunted and killed with no regard for age one horse was found with grass in its mouth because it was killed while eating if caught the killer is facing animal cruelty charges at a minimum Boeing has fired the CEO oversaw the response to the seven thirty seven MAX crisis Dennis Moeller Burke resigned this morning effective immediately family members of those killed in two airliner crashes.

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"shea" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

04:47 min | 11 months ago

"shea" Discussed on Keep It!

"It is back your Shea Serrano himself back back down effect she was ready well it's rigs taught movies and other things have first of all to books I have no books this is my third one right so you're now you're beating Harper Lee rap one oh that's right you did on the rat book too I have too many of your books Marla boom this is a book that actually infuriates me because it's exactly the kind of book I would want to write which is it's just a lot of discussions about movies like putting characters together there from one to another taking a lot of time to talk about a League of their own which is something I just do in my spare time congrats living the life I should be living you can do it though this is like the fun part of making a book like this is this is not the the history of movie it's it's not a declaration of these are the things that you show this is just straight up it's a movie that like and we're going to have a conversation about every person can write this exact book because you're going to have a ton of different movie you've probably read the book like where's this other movie that I love you know what I'm saying everybody's different relationships with different we could just like right the entire book but with different opinions naked No I really liked the act that you ask so many different just questions about different movies and it feels like you're just having a condo with friends movies The first one I wanted open to okay let's talk about kill Oh I love kill kill one of my favorite movies I where do you stand in Tarantino up kill Bill Love I just I I'm very delayed on the movie world's because I wasn't allowed to watch movies as a kid so I've been doing catch up I was only allowed to watch an hour of TV and movies Hours on watch the first does she make it back to Kansas I really have no house rule I was raised Muslim like a staunch Muslim so I was only allowed to watch an hour like a week a week and I didn't have the wherewithal follow through to be like come back next week and fish so yeah there's there's something immediately salacious naughty anytime you get to watch a movie the credits roll but I also love about your book is that has a you know have this sparse knowledge of movies ev you said everybody could write this book but also everybody can read this burs I could pick and choose what parts I knew and like could understand I read the mean girls first and then I went back and got to learn a lot about like the godfather and all these Kinda like Mafia I've never known anything about and I can go back and watch so yeah that's the trick with doing something like this is you have to make it where somebody who hasn't washed a lot of movies can read it and it feels accessible but also somebody who lived a life in movies can read it and feel like challen on just a little bit you know what I'm saying that'd be my mistake I'd be like Cate Blanchett Oscar loosened a ninety eight if you haven't seen a real heavy editor reading shafter saying so I don't know what this says three people well Down I was interested in the idea you're kill Bill Chapter you talk about like who gets it the most aware in the worst it was interesting talking about L. driver you know getting the second most yeah and I don't know I had always thought it was Vernita like the crazy eighty as hall l. driver by the way is Daryl Hannah's character green is the Fox so the the because she still live she is still alive but I think that makes it worse in this case Bernita has to die and that's awful but if you're if you're choosing between either having to die or like living the rest of your life knowing your your nemesis has bested U. Not only do she yanked your eyeball out of your head for the second time in your life somebody yanked an eyeball out of your head like that to me was like if you have to walk into a room and you've got another patch on and everybody's like Oh and that's enough to make this this was this was blind at this point she's absolutely she has no won't happen again arteries the tongue out of her mouth she's going to keep on pulling stuff you have a section in this book where you do an exercise that I think a lot of people either they could do or want to do which is going through the Oscars by year and then picking what you have nominated or what you would have wanted to win instead what are your feelings about the Oscars in general like if I say the the phrase the Oscars to you do you like filled with rage or no no I think they're they're fun they're interesting I like to watch them I like to see

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"shea" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"shea" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"If this is your first time listening to a podcast please get over there and bang. That's strive button. You do not want to miss all the action that is coming your way right here on First-class Fatherhood Alright Right Dad's it is time for another frogman Friday edition of first-class Fatherhood joining me. Today is former navy seal and bestselling author Tom Shea. Tom is a decorated combat veteran. He'll be here with me and just a few minutes so please stick around for the interview. I know there are many navy seal books out. There and I have read just about all of them. Toms Book Unbreakable Navy Seals way of of life stands out among them. All it is one of the few that I have read more than once. He wrote the book originally for his wife and kids just in case he died in combat which you'll hear him talk about and just a few minutes here but but it is his philosophy of self talk which he calls inner dialogue that is most intriguing. If you've ever read the book as a man by James Allen then you're gonNA love Tom's book and if you apply the the principles of watching your inner dialogue you'll be just amazed by the results and I can only speak for myself but many people have reached out to me over the last year asking me how I've been able to book so many incredible guests on my podcast and ninety nine percent of what I am doing is applying the principles not only Tom Shays book but of other great personal development thought leaders as well and I truly believe that if you can change the inner conversations in your mind you can change the outer circumstances of your world and the results for me over the last year and a half have been staggering so far in two thousand nineteen alone. I've been at the Super Bowl in front of Tom. Brady asking him questions about fatherhood. I've been in front of the president of the United States trying to ask him questions. I've also been interviewed on Fox and friends and I have spoken to so many very famous people all who have called me on my cell phone so needless to say I highly recommend picking up a copy of Tom. Shays Book. The link is in the description of today's Today's podcast episode next week. You guys are in for a real treat. I have five new episodes coming at you and each one is a banger including a multimillion dollar entrepreneur a celebrity chef a green beret in Nfl Hall of Famer and of course another navy seal follow me on Instagram for that lineup all of my upcoming guests announcements October shaping up up to be one of the biggest months that I've ever had on the podcast here so lock it in please be.

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"shea" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"shea" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Be honest right. Everyone who does in care natural skin-care uses Shea Shea butter in shape what is amazing. I love shave butter but everybody does not like shea butter. Some people don't like the heaviness or the greediness of shea butter so I was like okay. How can I do something different and that's when I research mango butter and mango butter has all the same properties that shea butter as far as the fat content with the fatty acids of the vitamins <hes> the moisturizing absorbed ability of it but it's not as heavy and is not as greasy so you can wear it in the summertime and that was the biggest thing people like oh I love buddy-buddies? I can't stand wear them in the summertime and I'm doing summer. Events and people are like I don't want to try and like just try just put it on and they will put it on there like Oh my God this is not greasy yeah and you could wear right now. Girl yes as a body butter. Come to this and can we talk about this since yes well. Can you eat them because I feel like when you smell it you wanna eat WANNA at least taste it. That's the thing that's why I called him. Body treats because new tree for your body so okay get. It's our go back a little bit so by treats really started because I was trying to be sexy for my husband and I wanted to smell like chocolate cake because he loves chocolate cake and I'm like okay. Let me try to find something and I couldn't find anything like I went to like all these places bath and body works lush all those places the body shop walgreens. Nobody had anything that was natural. Every if I did find something small like chocolate it had all these chemicals in at this point. I'm living a holistic lifestyle so I'm like all right. I'm not gonNA find this elicits. Make it I go to the African store and like Hey. You guys have anything that's smaller chocolate yeah. We got some cocoa butter okay. I already knew how to make body butters because I was making for my son so I just experimented with what I had at home and I put it on. My husband was like honey. This most sounds great right. You smell so good and I'm like yes. That's what I was trying to find. It works like I said and then I started giving away in everyone was like okay. This is really great but that was the first but it was chocolate cake. I like okay. I'm going to try something else and I just started experimenting because I love his central already had a whole bunch of them in the house and I just started experimenting in next thing you know we have vanilla almond in sweet mit. ihnen pink lemonade ends in Orange Clinical and is this <unk> grown winning growing and growing just I would literally wake up and have an idea and go try it and it would work..

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"shea" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"shea" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"shea" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Shea shea Signs I'm proud of who I am Monsters It is the latest from post Malone another one that you hurt your I it's, one, oh, seven five ks l. it's better now Bad and now you only say Thank you I should Everything's Not. Even Macos Oh Pitcher I guess John is China Anything that you are Again.

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"shea" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"To like i feel like she's very quick to be shit to the shea okay i just read it as a young girl who wants to play a game and isn't being helped regard it's just i mean you're right you're absolutely right but on the other hand you know she's had to learn some tough lessons and are maybe this is another attempt to just play girlish game because last season she was forced to be the backbone of the ladies of king's landing as they're waiting to be you know murdered and raped death by the invaders but i don't know it's like i i keep waiting for sans to like become more than what she is and it's hard to compare her to aria aria so likeable and she's like grabbing things by the straw f and trying to maybe no more ineffectually than than sands of at least he's trying yeah are is making her own way whereas sunday's just being led around and this is yet another scene of that i mean i'm not sure that i can put my finger exactly on little fingers motivations here but he's clearly he always i mean little finger always has an all tyrian motive right getting out is not simply because he likes and wants to see her lift an even anything else bind like i do believe he liked an even love catlin but he's not above murdering her husband and putting her in a situation where she's in danger right you know because little finger i think the most important thing the little fingers little finger yeah so he might like you he might be using you for a scheme but he he's everything's very transactional with them i guess trying to all right danny laments her lack of an army while she enjoys sale to ask the poor were treated to a little dragon seen here fishing and just flying around the tossing fish in the air in birmingham instant torching yes seared ahi tuna dry dragons like their fish cooked it did not fans of raw fish on those she's i'm reason though sushi for drug on the death raqi aren't taken to the water very well they are still here which dante takes is a sign that they'll follow her anywhere and joy cautions her that she hasn't quite proved ourselves to all rocky yet especially the one on his hands in these peaking up three breakfasts stuff like that guy's not having a good yeah he just had a grand slam dinnyes and he did not keep it down and they also mentioned the like the big one of the big tensions for danny this season is how do you liberate a land or take something back with good intentions if you use like slave labor because you know they're going here to purchase the insult lead which is the greatest print that ical slave soldiers in the world and what does that mean for for for danny who kinda grew up in a slavery chattel situation herself who wasn't free to make her own decisions how how's that going to sit with her no it's a it's a good thing for her to be wrestling with at this point 'cause i it's also made more interesting by the fact that she's very desperate she doesn't have a great avenue to find an army right this is this is like the one thing that she thinks she can do here if she wants to claim her her rightful place so she's kinda stuck between like a rock and ethical dilemma just which is a cool place for her to be gives her something interesting to do for sure other than looking for a dragon's yes damn dragons are daba arrives dragon stone and tries to convince stands to continue to fight and to ditch mel sandra she claims that everything bad happened because davos convince status to leave her behind blackwater lenient that yeah and tries to stab or but stan guards grab him and take him to the dungeon yeah i mean she really provokes them she'd been ms instantly says all of your failures rear own and i could have i.

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"shea" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"First we're going to go through the games uh that happened last weekend they're going to look at the games that are coming up next weekend mmm uh we're gonna talk about the basketball game that happened on monday night because it was crazy but we actually talked about that shakes i don't know if you would i need to talk about i think you guys hit the importance staff so we're just gonna do football last weekend football next weekend an interview shea so get excited yes uh we played around as i've made clear now fifteen times with the format of this podcast and we have yet to settle on anything but i over the weekend while watching football games i just had a note on my notes apple my phone right is kept a running tally of everything i thought whether related the sports are not oh whether smart or not on whether worth discussing or not and i meant too much like with the intro i meant to revisit it and organiz it into some sort of here's what we're going to do in the podcast i didn't okay so what i do have here in front of me is a list of bullet points a things a thought throughout the weekend watching football and you're just going to read i think i'm just going to read them entirely plausible i wanna be clear i did not review i reviewed the first three and was like those are good enough for content i there could be some in here that i'm like that's we just move on then okay i'm just giving you guys an insight into what happens in my brain when i spend 48 solid hours on the couch and no not all of those were football but there were other reason okay and so we're going to just experience football through my head i am so excited for another good way to do that by the way is to just follow him twitter because usually drink in usually tweeting sunni where you can do that at kaitlan or at ashley what's your at ashley pray bend it's just at ashley braibant yet is no you think so i don't tweet that much eight maybe you should get more familiar with your ashley brave brand i should she live i that was really good it's the it's the f.

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"shea" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

WNYC 820AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"shea" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

"No mm no the movie was cast and it is written in the stars warned that shea on 939 wnyc candles blaming inside painted caned came on the cherry santa's on his way he's his his sleigh with day things for you and from the hits that time he where the world polls in love their bruce song he seems to say married to dream business may.

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