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Bleeding Green Nation
"shicho" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Do you see anything that could be even remotely considered balanced like yeah. Today was a shit show. It's soft i hated. Why and then whatever fill in the blank. None of the three words someone day place grass where he's talking about it but all three word responses are pretty bad. Somebody said growing growing pains. Relax so that's okay as showed some fight. Okay that's okay. You like that on the positive side. I it is thing though butts for brains. That's said duty. That must have been right after the panel. Why greg ward play calling. These are the the growing pains relaxed. One that's really funny. They are perhaps that back. Though isn't it yeah. I didn't think we would get any of these this week this year. Part of me after week one. I thought there would be just this new found energy in this city and we would never have these funny ridiculous tweets to after a game but it only took a week for everything for the earth to return to its normal access here in the city says take the points. Yeah that's going to be the big one here the big winner but you know what this is. I'll tell you it's happening early in the season. It's happening in a season where the expectations are not win the super bowl or really even win the division. But i i'm glad that nick serianni went through something like that. That's not only as frustrating as it was. I'm sure to watch it but as humiliating as it will be in this city this week because you know so. Many people will focus on that play. We talk about growing pains learning experiences teaching moments. Let's give these guys an opportunity to grow from that. And i imagine just based on how he's been here since day one that's gonna burn him and stick with him like oh my god. I can't believe i did that. So i'd much rather have. This happened this early in the season. Early in his tenure. I'd much rather had happened now than and of november early december when it might be a crucial point in the race because the nfc east is shicho with of itself. And it's a literal dumpster fire of a division it it's such a mass not a Winner division it at six and eleven. Yes very much. So you're gonna get number. It doesn't matter what the eagles record is. They could still be in a fight for for a playoff spot and knicks. having bonehead episode like he did today is is going to be so much worse than having it week to maybe getting a little a little a little too cute here in there after some success in week one. It's everything that can there. There are so many things that can be figured out. Everything can be figured out to go forward. I am just hoping we are not having the same conversation next week about the same face. That's my biggest concern right now. In that loss will be ten times worse nip this one in the bird in move forward on a positive note out absolutely no. I don't even want to think about losing dallas anything along those lines. Were only focused on can learn from this loss. Here i will focus on that coming up. There's one thing that. I wanna get your thoughts on this both of your thoughts on this because it up trying to find something positive not arrest on by any means but to kind of balance out towards the ed and i think with jalen hurts. We have something here. That very few teams in the league have where. It's not just a kid who can run but a kid who can maximize space. And i'm using this. Specific example is this team's gonna be down again this year in the second half and when defense is play off a little bit that full-on prevent but when defenses are playing a little soft. Jalen hurts is the difference of turning an eight yard gain into a twenty five yard gain. Where all of a sudden that shortens the amount of cloth that's left and you can narrow a lead down or a deficit down. I think much easier with a guy. Jalen hurts where he doesn't have to make a big throw. And i just want to see how this team can continue to maximize that knowing that. Look we know. This team is going to be in deficit here or there in the second half. That's something we haven't had. I'd argue since vic right. Yeah i mean jalen hurts athleticism he. There's not much. He can't do today. His his accuracy was not as good as it was last week. But i still don't think he laid a poor game by any stretch. I think he his instincts that he has and his ability to command the offense and his ability to just be the best athletes on the field. You feel confident that you always have a shot in any given situation and since vic is probably he was the most athletic quarterback. We've had until jalen hurts dr randall. But you know he's my guy wrought with them but since since he was before jalen hurts. I think vick was probably the most athletic quarterback we had prior. That's not that's not. If not particularly close in terms of their absolutely no no no right but just just that threat right i mean that makes sense ratios well just to have that threat late in a game to narrow the field and short field. Not many quarterbacks can do that. You've got lamar. You've got cuyler. Josh allen aren't many guys that can do that and it makes it exciting to watch just overall. He made some plays like he was able to. I like to say give free his legs. That's what i've been saying. We wanna see that like you wanna be able to see him you know. Take off and you get a first down so being able to see him doing that. Any had a really nice girl which could have been a touchdown to jalen rieger immunised. You know his fault that he wasn't able to stay in bounds so we we see some good things he just has to continue to build on it. Would you have once the both three one six on the chat. They'll be fine now. That's the most positive that we've had since we've started this instant reaction show on. Bgn radio today. Our that's the puck now justice shaking her head. Ptsd and i it there to would it was just it was. It was just really disappointing. It's it was a really disappointing day. I just expected even if they didn't win. I just expected better. I expected better than they did. I don't think they won't be fine but it was a really disappointing performance from top to bottom did come out and holds them to hold the forty niners to a three and out to start. Eagles get the ball. And you're like all right. Let's party and it did not adjust it was. It was a letdown. An extremely down.
Don't Blame Me!
"shicho" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!
"They're a little bit it's i having. Adhd is hard. maybe. I shouldn't be the ones facing the wyndham. Maybe you know what i mean. That's your side. It is my good side. I just need to not look out the window. Glad you did open the windows. They were close when i arrived. Oh that is true but we need the light so whatever moving on so what you need to do for your calls. Shicho voted trump. Make sure agent over. Have your parents permission to call in and write it down practice. Make sure you know exactly what you're going to say you have all of your details and then we say practice because you can time it on your phone because it has to be under three minutes and then you won't forget anything you won't leave out any important info and you potentially could get a gold star. Nope it changed it. Oh yeah to a sparkly. Diamond a sparkly diamond. So just now that you could have that insane accolade. So do your homework. Accordingly let your pronouns in the call and what happened said this one in a while we give advice the way that we like to receive advice. Where the friends that you go to and you're like okay. I already went to becky. And i already went to sue the your friends. How old are your friends. Meant to lend to say sharon who is a character on love island. But i still can she. I think she's my age. There is someone my age walking around with the name. Sharon muslim richard gertrude. I would say. I think trendier now. I know the names have such. Do you think about the fact that like we're gonna have a bunch of grandma's name brittany and chloe. I know how normal. That's what i mean. It is so like oh. Yeah but there's like so many that like now. I think those names that we consider old people names like those are becoming younger people again and like it's just cycling through and it's an odd time. Yeah that's true and this is my grandfather phoenix chad. I saw someone tweet the other day. And they're like. I can't believe that i'm gonna be forty years old. The name chad. I'm going to be a nine year. Old man named chat is that that's like one of those things the psa on tv. If you are named chad financial compensation that is that's a lot. Yeah wow so yeah we give tough love advice but it always comes from a good place and we care about everybody who's calling in. We also video version patriot of you are wanting to see our facial expressions or you just want to your like a related jeff bass os or you have this pin number and you like really want like stick to the man in that case i would like you. Don't just do the dollar the throat you have to all to me. 'cause megan doesn't like money now. I do like money. I just don't like i get overwhelmed with the concept of responsibility. So if you give it all to me animalistic and give me what i get the perfect see like a sugar arabia loans. Since the i love looking at money. I love looking at my bank account. I love looking at dollar amounts. It makes me happy new in i. It makes me show anxious. I can't i can't.
"shicho" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Michael's gov g. investigative correspondent for yahoo news. I'm dan kleinman editor in chief of yahoo news and i'm victoria city. A fellow at the brinson her for justice and back from vacation from the smoky hills of california. We want to hear about that victoria. But that's for another show so look it was just last thursday. I- brilliantly prognosticate did that. The taliban might actually take over the country by september eleventh the twentieth anniversary of the attacks on the world trade towers and the pentagon. I was off by several weeks. The taliban d- beat me to the punch. And you know it. Just underscored how rapid how chaotic and how paradigms changing the events have been in afghanistan over the past. Several weeks put in particular over the last few days. There's a lot to dig into about this. But i'd like to just sort of point out that politically. I think this is going to have a huge impact. It's the first real black eye for the biden white house. Although the american public may have in poll after poll supported the idea of pulling out nobody watching the images on tv of the chaos and free fall. That's going on there Can feel really good about it. And this could have lots of spillover effects for the biden administration and what it what happens in congress and politically across the country. I agree that at least in the short term. It's hard to know exactly how it plays out. This is a politically a big problem for. Joe biden irony. Is that what happened over. The last few days vindicates the basic policy to get out of afghanistan. And i think. I think it was inevitable. No matter how they did it even if they executed a brilliant operation to get out the taliban was gonna take over the country. The fact of the matter is the only way you were going to ever make it work. There is if you fundamentally changed the dynamics of afghan society right and that just wasn't going to happen you the country it's to tribal it's too fragmented. It's too resistant finish. It's too resistant to the idea of a unified state. And you know so. I think not only was biden right about getting out but trump was right. Who really excel. I guess obama set it in motion but trump really accelerated accelerated. It so the real problem is the way it was done which was totally botched and these searing images of how it happened. These chaotic desperate scenes at the kabul airport with people clinging to a us air force c. Seventeen transport plane politically damaging. And i will just last thing. I'll say before you jump in your normally americans. Don't pay that much attention to foreign policy. And they don't vote on on foreign policy issues but the exception is when there is a real debacle that makes that makes would make the president look incompetent and week you can think about. I know reagan. You know the two hundred and forty-one marines who were killed at their barracks by a terrorist organization and nine hundred eighty one or whenever nineteen ninety-three whenever that was or jimmy carter and desert one in the failed attempt to rescue the hostages in iran. And this is of greater magnitude or worse one and then then either either of those two something just two quick points before victoria within your number one is those clips of biden from just in in april and then in july saying we're not gonna see the images like we saw in saigon in nineteen seventy five and saying again. It was highly unlikely that the taliban are going to rapidly move in and take over the country. Those clips are going to be played over and over again and cut in in hundreds of political republican political ads. And it's hard to see how biden can effectively rebut his own words which have been proven so false and secondly your point about this vindicates the argument for getting out assumes that the mission at this point was to quote win the war or achieve you know or to nation build and leave a democratic afghan- afghanistan behind that but auto commission. That's why we were there for twenty years wrongly but the argument on the other side has been by the time of you know in the last couple years we were just managing a bad situation and as has been pointed out we only had about twenty five hundred troops there. We had no american casualties in twenty twenty at all and afghanistan was off the front pages. It was that american public wasn't thinking about. It wasn't talking about it so you know if that was the alternative. I think a lot of people looking at the you know the disaster of last few days. We'll say yeah. Maybe if that was the alternative well battles. I think what you're saying is there was no longer any debate really about whether to get out. Everyone was in agreement. So all you really have to talk about is how it was done managing a bad situation which may have gone on for a few more years or maybe more when trump come on by. I yes victoria. We're both wrong. You know i don. I think you're both both right. Eye matic no wonder host. So i'm thinking about the kind of the domestic. Us politics that are going on right. Now and Thinking on the speech. That biden gave today monday. I think it was on the one hand. Possibly the most coldhearted speech. I've ever heard an american president give about our foreign policy. It was it was almost brutal in its kind of clinical dissection of what's going on in afghanistan and washing his hands of it and read defining the mission Or the lack of mission that we have there. And i think at least in his much as it was a brutal speech i i wonder first of all if there was very much different about that speech that biden gave then what trump might have given in terms of his reasons for withdrawing from afghanistan. And i also think that he was laying the groundwork in his defiance and by the way he's not getting much defense from democrats or republicans for what's going on in afghanistan right now. There is a rare bipartisan unity. In thinking that. What's happened in afghanistan is and i think i can say this. 'cause podcast total shicho right. So i think what he is doing is laying the groundwork for a relentless defense of the decision. And he's he's betting that these awful images are going to fade away over the course of the next two months and that in two thousand twenty two we will have all forgotten about it because it's afghan people who are being affected not americans. Well we will all forget about it. If al-qaeda does not reconstitute other jihadis do not flock to afghanistan and end start mounting attacks on the west and also the images of what happens in afghanistan. are there mass murders going on. We'll see what peterberg and says about al qaeda's ability to reconstitute in afghanistan. Use that as a as a base for for operations outside of afghanistan. interesting that al qaeda. It's been i think since something. Like two thousand and five in england in london that al qaeda has successfully struck outside of the region in an organized attack. Not just lone wolfs who were inspired by al-qaeda but i i was gonna say i agree. I really agree. One hundred percent with what victoria was saying about the kind of speech. It was and that it could have a little more eloquent. I think probably than if donald trump had given it but the same kind of sentiments. And and i think what was effective about it..
"shicho" Discussed on No Jumper
"Us take no jumper to the next level. Enjoy this episode. Bring baby shicho in the building. I know how you man. Should i put on these files feeling great if you wanna to campus good either. I'm feeling great. You know just sitting here fresh out this fugger bed you know trying to turn back up hell you as good to have you in here man fuck and i i mean i guess other say i became a fan of your music probably twenty thirteen twenty fourteen and you were going crazy and i felt like you career kinda got stopped short at some point like you just kinda like legal problems got in the way and shit and you weren't really able to turn up the way that you were my life first round draft pick for a while there. I was like this is about the blow man. That's that's like that one foot in one foot out life like ours house here still in the streets. But i was reading. But i didn't really like now that the stream is going on. It's like oh it's holding the bag out there. But i was trapping rapid. Still trying to be known but i'm still doing all the streets so i was really. I was on the run for like two years. So that project. I was supposed to Nasty diller to get a big bag for that project. Chris brown gucci man right. I tie darko near everybody on there. And i wasn't able to go travel and do all the stuff that i needed to do. So real legal problems man. So i feel now where so. Okay give us a little bit of rundown exactly where you're from where you grew up in and around. La and shit. Well email is break baby that they know a shitty city not the other rare with the real shitty you have saved from raleigh sixties amount to sixty right out there in la south central. So the other shitty that you're referring to when i first heard about all that which we can get to at some point that was kind of my reaction is like damn all right. There's a bunch of people and their shitty from out that area. Yeah man yeah. That's that's actually one of my little hobbies. But i really don't wanna talk too much about it. But we get we touch on the i don't know interviews about initiate for sure. Okay but so early on you coming up. Where were you born and raised around. My ear are so like. I'm right from like south central so i grew up like in like on slots in crenshaw but i also grew up on adams in like crenshaw like crenshaw on adams kershaw jefferson so i'm gonna product above but his both to cripple is sixty but i went out to atlanta when i was seventeen analysis. Like we're big meeting now. Really i just got out of juvenile hall. My mamma wanted me to get up out of there. But i was playing basketball so i went to clark atlanta university and is out there flooded with meet and all living eggs in you get with them right away when you went out there and put basketball well. My cousin. My cousin and my sister used they boyfriends was from vmf at the time. Oh soon as i got out there like learning stabbed streets ooh dot actually go right so but okay you get out there how you get introduced to be an did they they to do to stay out of trouble as well. Yeah neighbor trying to give me just out of trouble. Because i you know. We don't do all that hustling shit. We ain't no china. Maybe i wasn't going out here. Renting gani know we fly instead like that but we gave banking. So i'm going out there with that mentality rob. Somebody had said fresh out of juvenile all. But i'm going to college trying to play the role as a edison man..
"shicho" Discussed on Hard Factor
"On twitter today on thursday rather but nobody wanted to watch it live the clips of joe saying that all federal employees will be vaccinated or regularly tested on top of mass and social distancing that the delta variant is the reason even on vast vaccinated people are even vaccinated. People need to wear masks now. And he's also saying that's not a flip flop from may when he said vaccinate people don't need to wear mass and that he's not ruling out further total lockdowns of businesses or vaccine mandates. If he can do them legally so those mentions and clips definitely got people's attention. After the fact i think you can call people like Updating code protocols. A flip flop though. Don't think that's a fair assessment because like it's a flip flop user like. Hey i'm gonna you know. I'm running on forgiveness of student. Debt pats like the. Cdc announced like earlier in july that no mass would be required at schools. Right and then. They announced the two weeks later that mass would be required at all schools and they're saying delta variant but. I don't think it is a flip flop. Yeah but the. The reason was dances change as soon as they started using stuff out. People that hadn't got vaccinations for like a dodged. It need to get it and then they hit a wall essentially with vaccinations just fucking wall. Everyone that god one is going to get one and it wasn't enough people and then the delta came in they also mismanagement. Yeah they're also causing this shit by mismanage. Yeah exactly yeah. But whatever they're saying it's no flip-flop it's no mismanagement wordperfect and do what we say and also again not ruling out further total lockdowns or vaccine mandates. If he can legally do them again people are either very excited about it or very very angry. And that's today's cup of coffee in the big time you i keep thinking about is like i. 'cause i totally agree that Overall since day one this has been a shicho of terrible communication from our government. Both trump of biden. Everyone's just sucked their common denominator. There hasn't been like donder. So how would you have done it though. Like i feel like if even if you point found she even if she was perfect. Whoever they appointed they're perfect. They're still going to get eaten alive somehow. Like what would have been a better way to communicate. Exactly what's going on. How regularly i mean i just think that the fact that i think the polarization of politics right now has made it impossible for anybody because the fact that you have both parties wonder to rip each other's throats out every fucking day you know. Eighty one million versus seventy five million. What was it whatever. The final tally was of the trump first biden votes. And they're also polarized and wanna fuck each other over at every turn and and the the you know the the dis try to fuck over the current administration all of twenty twenty and then now the ours are trying to do the same in reverse. It's just the polarization makes it so that we can't come together and do anything as a country. I think. But that's just my opinion. We need like a national day of neighborly. Competition like a sports like a field and national field is what we need. You can get on an alien invasion or an alien invasion. That's another anything you would be grace. Yeah common ground. Common ground some common ground and that's a cup of coffee. The big time which was brought to you today by word to do you ever sit around and agonize over how a sentence should be written like you. You can press on the email but you just need to make sure that sentence doesn't make you sound stupid fuck it fuck it. Yeah we end up saying and then you sound stupid. I know i used to waste time doing that. All the time until i got word tune. There's no need to waste precious time agonizing over the perfect sentence with word tune..
Campfire Sht Show
"shicho" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show
"And other musical comedy bits Being like oh this is like really the stuff because if it's funny that's awesome if it's funny and it rhymes that kills lake and if it's funny and it rhymes and it sounds amazing. That's where really fucking kills. No i i think that It was always in the stars for me to be A comed- comedian and You know my dad's very funny In his own way. And even my mom you know has her own fucked up sense of humor That's more mean than anything but like he's still funny lady and and you know my whole family is just us. All six of us hanging out together is like just non. Stop crying laughing lake because everyone on our family just so funny My sister you know joe joe. She's the funniest person i've ever met and like our face times literally. Two hours of us like wheezing from laughter trying to get her into comedy to do stand up. She's done yes she's done. Stand up She she did stand up one time and her set was so fucking good that she was just like. I don't wanna do it again. Really yeah i can do it okay. I'm done i'm done and luckily you know she has the. She did the same thing as i did where she wrote it out like a monologue and memorized it and it was so fucking good. Beat for beat not a dead moment and it was like a solid like five minutes set at club coming in new york and the room aided up loved her and then she just was like we have now. I know what it's like to be a standup. i'm retired. Yeah she's yeah she's a gemini. I love her so much. And she just She is so naturally talented. She's also an actress and she's working on a tv show for free form right now. Just such a star But she's truly the funniest person i've ever met and she's like twenty four. Wow yeah twenty. Five now But yeah i think. Stand up as tight. I love I haven't done it since cove ed since before. Kobe and I i've been taking like a pretty good hiatus to work on my mental health. Because i think for a while i was comparing myself to every other musical comedian In a really toxic way. And i was just like a us. This pause time of cova to just recalibrate and figure out what i want and I don't know that. I want to go back to it. I think i had a really good time doing as many shows other doing but i burned out so quickly and then now i'm kind of sick of my own material so yeah i don't want and then i'm like kinda onto other things that i'm like working on that. Yeah that i don't really have time to invest in like writing new stuff. But yeah but thank you for for saying myself i yes. Yeah oh my gosh. Okay so. I was gonna ask about shicho steph to. I wanted to ask you. I wanted to ask you. Do you have any moments in your career that you would sort of. I guess describe as having been shit show moment where things just went to faulk. Yeah absolutely I think i mentioned earlier. I'm a recovering addict Or if i did it. I was probably hinting at some point And so i did have like a long lake long and slow bottom. It wasn't like lake fast. Like you know i got a dui. I went to jail and then went to rehab and now and so it's like i had like five year long bottom where it was like a slow and gradual process of like me coming to terms with the fact that i had issues with substances You know trigger warning you know. Try to kill myself like three times in my sophomore year of college over a relationship that had ended and is like my first serious partner. And i broke up and you know i just went off the deep end for five years And so like while. I was you know killing it and having a good time with like comedy and with acting and stuff For the second half of my time in college i was like medicating very heavily to be able to do that. i think also like i mean i could even say that the bottom started after school of rock because being sexual as a ten year old gives you so much emotional trauma to deal with and to live with And you know. I have a pretty loud inner critic that i used weed and drugs and alcohol and adderall coke whatever to just silence that voice sacks food lack of food all of it like you know and i'm like the trueblue definition of an addict which you know. The dictionary defines as somebody who like can't differentiate the true from the false Somebody who has codependent tendencies with substances people and things. You know So i'm literally like just powerless over people places and things in there was just like a stint of time where i was doing coke every night at lake stand up shows and couldn't do a set sober couldn't anything sober Environment almost warrants it. Because it is. If you are doing standup i. I really need to reflect on if i want to continue drinking while doing it too because for a while i'm like i'm not a really big drinker at all but i find myself almost every show at every performance trying to you know at least one glass or something to take the edge off then i could see how it really quickly becomes a lifestyle. That's how it started for me to like..
The Daily Beans
"shicho" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"All right everybody welcome back. We're talking with mary. Trumper new book the reckoning our nation's trauma and finding a way to heal is out now hardcover preorder august seventeenth is drops. So everybody jumped on wherever you get your books and and before the break we were talking about people being unprepared to handle opening backup or having the the fire hose. Shicho turn off and you know leave his. I remember when i was getting ready to flee from a an abusive relationship and right before that happened. The abuser went into the hospital for three weeks almost a month and over those weeks i was like. Hey it's really nice here right now. I can bring my cat in doors. I wasn't supposed to do that. I can use a gray towel instead of a white towel. I can go and see my friends and have lunch without birth having to draw a map and check in and so you you start realizing that but at the same time it felt but it was also very terrifying and i that was inexplicable to me but i imagine some sort of the same things apply here. Yeah and it's all still unfolding against this backdrop of very disturbing political instability. You know we. We've been so betrayed and we're so tired and it's it's it's incredibly destabilizing and disheartening and praying and although things to realize that it's not over we can't let our guard down and how how do you negotiate all of those things at the same time and i'm not sure you can because it's all it makes it even harder to draw the line. Okay what is what is what is a reaction to what's really going on the world and what is the the knock on effect of the isolation and the stress because of coveted and what is legitimate psychiatric or psychological problem or physical problem. You know so. We're still in this really amorphous. What's the word. I'm looking for Society your whatever i mean. Our lives are still really amorphous. Sorry to be so eloquent but because nothing settled in you know that was one of When again when. I was first writing. The book proposal was in october. So is before the election and it was sort of a writer own adventure and you know i needed to make it clear to a perspective publisher that i had a good idea either way but the truth of the matter is if joe biden of laws lost. Ibm tahiti. or something. And i i remember you. And i have a discussion early on when this was still when we were still in the middle of it and how devastating it was to our psyches to have such an uncertain future because you brought up uncertainty not to be able to make plans not to be able to sink. Look forward anything. We had nothing little literally zero to look forward to and you know. I think that that kind of in combination really sort of just adds to the you know the. It's like a snowball effect. You know but you know this book also talks about how you know that. Trust relationship whether you have it with another individual or whether you have it with the institutions that govern your country how we have to heal in order to build that trust back that we have with these institutions that we've relied on for so long. Well yeah it's a terrible problem not to have faith in things you've always had faith and one of the worst things about the lasts for five. Years is the ease with which that instability became was injected into the system Which again though leads us should us to believe that it's been going on for very long time but a lot of us have the luxury of not having attention and that's another that's another aspect of this that i'm pretty sure most black americans under have understood this forever so i think it. It gives us an opportunity to recognize that but it also gives us a chance to We we imagined. I don't think rebuilding is can't rebuild something. That's that's if the foundation is essentially sand and swamp. So because in why do we want to rebuild that anyway. We want to rebuild this incredibly unjust society We want to rebuild something that doesn't work for a huge minority of us or do we want to start over and say listen The american experiment is great. But it's never been realized this is this is never been a democracy so maybe we should start there. Yeah i agree. Pulled a political ease of doing that aside. An you know considering everyone who's gonna make it as difficult as possible to do that. Because the you know the white men white supremacists they want that status quo. They're they're terrified of the quote unquote great replacement. It was the number one motivator for for the insurrection and charlottesville and for all these You know militant extremist white supremacist groups out there. And so it's it's gonna be it's gonna be tough road and in this new book. Do you start to address how we can do that. Yeah but i'm gonna keep that a surprised. no yeah. let's not. Let's not give that away just so that you know that's in the book. Everyone that you need to get to everyone you know. It's the most vague sense. What i'd say is we've got to stop bullying budgets Yes i concur. Well thank you so much for spending time with me today and talking about this. And i want everybody to to to go and get your copy of the reckoning. Our nation's trauma and finding a way to heal mary trump's her second book here. The first one too much never enough. You're very familiar with. I think we've just wrapped up the public playing of our of our book series which we we actually wrapped last october. Which was right. Around the time you were deciding to penn this new book and so i'm so glad you did and you're right dude fast track. Well done because. I started my book and march of last year. And i don't even have a proposed already on this thing. That's that's really that's more what it's usually like. I think from bribing the proposal to publication. i mean sorry to the final draft. My first book took almost two years. And i do not recommend it to anybody of i'm still recovering. Yeah i was gonna ask. I know not to ask how you are. But i kind of like genuinely want to know if if you're if you're recovering from from your from your adventure of completing a book in the fastest time possible. Yes yes i am but you know it said save amorphous and i recovered and my recovered govett it and my workup for the fact that like an idiot i decided to move like a month. Finish the book. I landed in a pretty cool place. That so i'm not complaining. Yes yes you did. And why don't you just add on top of. Hey you know what this isn't enough. Let's move as well. I hope sebastien. And the whole brood is settling in. And i'm glad to see that this book is out and ready to go and i'm looking forward to reading it. I haven't read it yet. So i'm but i will and i'm sure i will devour like i devoured your first book so i appreciate your time. Mary trump thank you so much. Thanks ed scr beer. Everybody stick around. We'll be right back with the good news..
Voices of Search by Searchmetrics
"shicho" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics
"That you are checking your progress on goals in. Are you actually funneling up to. What you said is going to happen. Are you driving the necessary results from the efforts. You keep putting in because if you're not then there's fundamentally something wrong and you may need to change the goal. You may need to really voice your concerns and change the initiative. Or if it's really that bad and you're really off course. You may need to reassess the alignment you have in the company around the seo's ability to influence the company's core objectives. You know if this year has taught me anything. It's that there is nothing that you can expect as certain as right you might start out in january and everything has gone smoothly and businesses. Great and people are listening to your podcast and february happens. And you have a baby and you know you have time planned off and you know how much vacation you're gonna use and everything you're doing is just common up mill house and then all of a sudden march hits and there's a global pandemic and all of a sudden everything changes in all the meetings and all the resources and everything that you thought you had set up comes crumbling down and i know this isn't something that just happened to me in the podcast game or jordan you with your job. This is everybody that was listening. This year had some sort of negative of fact and some replanning and resources that were taken away or moved around or just excuse my language a total shicho of a year and look. That's maybe something that'll happen again next year but the moral the stories. You need to think about building in flexibility. And when you're building in your goals and how your lighting with your organization and that trickles down to which roadmap is you need to understand that these things are not set in stone that these are the plan at the beginning of the year but they are living breathing. Either documents or tools that you need to constantly tinker with. Hey we're gonna you know execute against these three projects and q one. What she one ended up being a disaster. We had to prioritize some of the things now. Those are cute to initiatives that affects q three and q four. So you know. How often do you recommend that you look back on the road map. How long should you be adjusting. The roadmap wants the cadence that you think about actually pivoting adjusting. That is a phenomenal question. And one that largely is driven by the goal of south right and part of setting goals is knowing that you're going to create a roadmap that allows you to test your way into it right and so for really smart ass ios and smart marketers on our episode today. You need to be thinking more strategically about the milestones that you're setting how you're reading out those milestones the rest of the organization so that they can both generate confidence in what it is that you're trying to achieve that goal and people can become more aware of how seo actually works. And i think this is one of the biggest challenges for seo in particular. Is that the big goal of getting more traffic or more users or more. Whatever it is is not being well documented for what took place to get there. What actually happened in order for traffic to come so to answer your question been around. How often should you be setting milestones. And how should you be checking in course correcting for what is inevitably going to be changes in your plan. Is that's dependent on the goal. That's dependent on what it is. You are measuring and ensuring that you have enough checkpoints along the way based on the risk tolerance that your organization is taking with a particular effort. I'll be honest. I'm a big fan of moving. The goalposts i think you know the goal is to land universally and mrs just. Seo's pacific but the goal when you're going through the years to set an objective for yourself. That's going to help you feel like you accomplish something that's going to show the value that you have within the organization but sometimes you don't get dealt good cards and sometimes you're dealt all aces and you need to adjust because if you hit your goal of your hundred twenty thousand n- million page views in q. Three you don't get to stop working. You have to continue to accelerate and continue to have something to focus on and vice versa. If you know everything breaks down and you're know you're not going to be close. You pivot your gold downwards and you start to think about what you can achieve. That helps you get to where you wanna be considering the circumstances and the circumstances always change your right. Then i am a little concerned that year a sandbag and you are always accomplishing your goals. Two thirds of the way to the year. But the reality here is that you have to be flexible. You have to be aware that goals need to change in particular not necessarily the golden age age. But the plan may need to change in order to achieve. What is the company wants to be making a joke. But if i hit a goal two thirds through the year adjusting. I'm trying to think of either what i wanna do. An set myself up her success for next year. I'm building foundation going back and securing what we're doing orange just adding more volume down. You know the work does not stop. Even if you hit your goals no matter how much you wanna call me a back absolutely and that wraps up this episode of the voices of search podcasts. Thanks for listening to my conversation. With jordan kuni seo strategist and advisor to search metrics. Join us again tomorrow when we wrap up planning week by talking about how to secure your resources. We'd love to continue the conversation with you. So if you're interested in contacting jordan could find a link to his linked in profile in our show notes you can contact him on. Twitter handle is jt kuni. That's tko e. n. e. where he could visit his personal website. Which is jordan. Kuni dot com a special thanks to search metrics for sponsoring this podcast. If you need help understanding how page experience ranking factors are impacting your website contact search metrics. 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The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"shicho" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Sports fan. If you're thinking you know you're watching that he shouldn't just go okay. Montreal be in montreal or whatever those for starters is mostly non hockey fans I would imagine that some hockey fans in the mix as well but you should be should be frustrated. You should be mad at those people. Because they're part of the reason why you can't tailgate before red blacks or a senators game. I mean plays into it as well. The franchises want everybody to come in and spend their money You know in the building. But the reality is i think fans would would in the big picture. Keep on drinking when they come into the building and have a better time as a result of tailgating so big part of it. It's tried intrude all across america whether it's college or pro sports and you should be frustrated with montreal fans and vancouver fans back in two thousand eleven behaving like idiots right. Reckon it like you said for everybody. I'll tell you my favorite story along those lines stevie I i went to many many great cops with the what they call the spirit of edmonton group. Heroes shows up. And they're they're the best game in town. Okay you've been around grey cups. The city's come in they They sat up in a hotel or a community center. Or something like that you go to the rough rider night out or the winnipeg and so i was in regina at a great cop and it was a shit show man. It was it was fun. Shicho okay. I went into the wednesday stevie every night as well as a party out of control. The fans are great. They're having a laugh and last call happens at one in the morning in in a in a big hotel is where we were set up and you go down the escalator to get into the lobby and exit the hotel. And it's big giant lobby. Steve and there's a fountain there. Okay and so sure enough you know. How long is it going to be here about ten seconds before someone dives into the fountain. Okay roller she's not spilling their beer. You know stevie going doing the doing the back in the backstroke. And then a few more on tv intro to friends right. Yeah yeah exactly right there. You guys guy busted into the shoeshine stand that was in the front ravi and the painting his buddies face with the black shoe policy. It was all good okay. It was all good. And so i'm walking out of there. I'm i'm leaving. i'm going good luck with this thing. Okay good luck with this thing and stevie there's like i know a guy and a girl who were behind behind the check in desk adults l. That's it okay. And they're they're kind of petrified stevia. What's gonna happen with with a bunch of drugs. i go. I go for a smoke meat sandwich. Or something. steve comeback and an hour later and there's people lying all over the lobby sleeping okay. There's just like i'm talking about twenty to twenty five people crashed and as i walk in. There's a security guy. There and as i opened the door he turns me puts his hand on my shoulder goes. Please don't make a sound..
"shicho" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"When you give yourself the retirement tour You're you're just the biggest fucking narcissist ever. I'm not just going to say this overheard someone else say but boy. It's really going to mess up recruiting in years. Got screwed recruiting. Yeah they got to name a successor like now coach. It's going to be one of those guys. Yeah we just did bench mom. I think the the other whether you love him hate him. There is a familiarity of that. You get the root against them or forum and no for coach cal and a saturday night. That doesn't involve dean. Smith roy williams and coach chaos. We've known for years. Yeah it is crazy. That unc and duke. I wonder we'll close out lasted roy that's right wanted to do. I wonder if assuming tweet out today that basically it's like the old man yelling at the sky he said name image and likeness and the transfer portal being like a shicho or what kind of drove him out. So he's he he doesn't want these kids change. There's the the games like it's not. It's not locking but also i mean he's been sick and injured all these past few years. It's time warrior did not know defended the country. I don't think he he was like he went. He went to the army right. he basically do. You know req- now no he's picking with soldiers you defend the fact that she never even no career in the military at all. No one even yes. It's true sucks goodbye. Good riddance the end of a fucking error. That i love you later slash to hate so like it. Is you know it's like yeah. It's like goodbye to one of the best wishes sun surreally few on long waiting to get. That's all for this kid. I really love just like coach k. Court is not. The pavilion has be called lake. Suggestive scenario is is. He wins all because you get that every every game theory right like this but the more perfect theater is that it turns into what it was last year which was a shit show missed the tournament. Locker room guys like dangerous dunk on. I think we're saying like. Oh i kind of want like a son or keep going if he was still dominating. It'd be like goodbye. Been kinda ugly duca. I'm like he's lost his fastball. Like they're not like. I'm a realist fan. Like he's you just keeps getting of duke was seven years. Old and grant hill was donkey. When i got into college. Man i mean they'll do dunking l. Do it though guy. You're a fucking mets guy. You love coach k. Like teach the children. Because i'll go to your locker room and teach your kid coach k.'s. Bake something yeah speakers fraud in the world when coach hatch kane loses. It's all about life lessons ryan coach k. Wins it's about winning. Ask such such a goddamn. He always always thinks you to buy all teachers. Must i hope that some people say like i hope they start to like squeal a little bit on some of these stores. Oh yes gene. Editing anything about immigration battle. It's an it's a great academic. He'll get us. Degree okay bottling basketball. So you wouldn't fucking kevin. You'll love this. He doesn't hang the banner unless every player on the team graduates. It's like what you do to get him to graduate. Greens thorn. That's not true. I'm nearly was for a while. Google two thousand fifteen. I know it hurts a wisconsin. Fifteen duke banner. None of graduate. Oh yeah that's what. The rumor was growing up. I always see this research. These are these are what these fucking loser duke fans do that to two thousand two thousand and ten look two thousand ten duke roster what am i saying. I don't want to spread these this bullshit. This fucking god. Yeah this whole team graduated what he can you find this for me. Oh you do okay. All right. Good recipe arena. I rest my case now would be a funk in weasel asshole move we're gonna hanging in the bank with we're not gonna hanging in the fucking arena. Didn't graduate student athletes get off. I didn't graduate steph curry not graduate. He definitely left early. There take stock with that. That's that's the due and you call them out and you're like life. I heard it off. Duke fins me shit up of a hawaii. Hey how rico. You just make this up here. You really fabric. Here's.
The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"shicho" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Fans. I think james sunday at the pga championship at kiawah island and south carolina phil mickelson becoming the oldest major winner. Ever is that nine on eighteen and the the the crowd is just all around him. He makes the shots. E probably drops it on a twenty five thirty feet from the hole pretty much salt away the victory and the fans just absolutely are all over him and brooks koepka. He's back he's well back of You know he's well sucked up into this crowd and it was a very chaotic scene. And now the pj's issued an apology because things truly were out of control. I think will remember. That always is one of the great scenes in pga history. But i think you'll agree james. It could have gone very very differently. Well i don't get on the pga too much for this right. Yeah i mean this thing caught everyone off guard right the the film machine right the the absolute steamroller that he you know as he walked through the first three rounds and well not steamroll but You know it was. It's it's one of the best stories in a long time. You know in sports Fifty men every time i hear. That's that's unreal. Yeah so so it. It just grows and grows and grows. It's the first time they've had such a big crowd rights since since covid and so that happens right. It's like oh my god right for the people freaking out you know under normal circumstances steve. They got all that under control. They got all that under control. I can tell you this. I didn't event. And i m g was producing it. A golf event Down in the maritimes and it was spoken about it before it was called Wayne gretzky in friends and wayne gretzky brad hall and mariel played mike. We're okay in a match and it was totally unique. Because they had to twenty five hundred people showed up to watch this steve. But they're not. They're not dispersed through the golf course. Right it's the only game on the course so they had to move out every hole. There were three thousand people and they had to move them from hole to hole. Okay so what happens. Steve is i m g who's running it. They went in two weeks ahead. Two or three weeks ahead steve. All the volunteers had to be picked and all the marshalls and they trained all these marshals of handle it. Because if you don't you're going to be shicho right and all that stuff so under normal circumstances. Tv they got all that under control. They normally do but this thing came out of left field into perfect storm. Yeah speaking speaking feels good. Pun there lefty..
Piecing It Together Podcast
"shicho" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"You can do with just a presence much like godzilla. In my opinion you know godzilla. Lizard wants to be left alone. The king kong and freddie our personalities there's something to latch onto their combat in. I mean Think that this movie liked. That movie is just pure like either you get it or you. Don't yeah that's absolutely right. Yeah and i talk about all these things about overreaching. Pay us because you talked about the other verses movies like batman versus superman. I think is a masterpiece because because it does that. Very thing that i was talking about like creating pathos out of these comical characters for children but it actually pulls it off which is what would some flaws like any movie. But like which is why. I i i. I'm such a big fan of that movie because it's like they did the impossible in my as far as i'm concerned with bachelor superman you know speaking of batman versus superman. I wasn't going to bring it up. Because i feel like every movie. Podcast that talked about this movie brought this up but is there any way for a movie like this to exist where the two people who are in the title. The verses aren't going to team up at the end to fight a bigger foe. Like i mean that is pretty versus. Jason yeah i only one. Italy is yeah. It'd be like. I mean you're already starting out in a bad place. You know what i mean. You're starting out in like oh. Everybody likes both of these characters. Yeah you can't kill one. Yeah but if not in the original god's delivers kong. I mean depending on where you were either king kong swims away or godzilla swims away at the end. I mean for those of you haven't seen it. That is how it ended. Literally the american version ends with they both razzle and fall into the water and it's like who survived and then it cuts to like king kong just like swimming home and like news anchors like we wished the monkey well on his way home safe. Trout mean like from from the get go. One of my kind of like going into this movie was that of course they're going to team up at the end and fight something else. You know what i mean. Yeah because like this whole franchise though is just been such a. You know people talk. About the star wars reboot being shit. Show like this is like the this franchises. The big shicho that first godzilla. The what's his name. Edwards gareth edwards. Just just the worst idea for a movie. A one radio's boring movies. I've seen in a long time..
Piecing It Together Podcast
"shicho" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"I was talking about like creating pathos out of these comical characters for children but it actually pulls it off which is what would some flaws like any movie. But like which is. Why i i i. I'm such a big fan of that movie because it's like they did the impossible in my as far as i'm concerned with bachelor superman you know speaking of batman versus superman. I wasn't going to bring it up. Because i feel like every movie. Podcast that talked about this movie brought this up but is there any way for a movie like this to exist where the two people who are in the title. The verses aren't going to team up at the end to fight a bigger foe. Like i mean that is pretty versus. Jason yeah i only one. Italy is yeah. It'd be like. I mean you're already starting out in a bad place. You know what i mean. You're starting out in like oh. Everybody likes both of these characters. Yeah you can't kill one. Yeah but if not in the original god's delivers kong. I mean depending on where you were either king kong swims away or godzilla swims away at the end. I mean for those of you haven't seen it. That is how it ended. Literally the american version ends with they both razzle and fall into the water and it's like who survived and then it cuts to like king kong just like swimming home and like news anchors like we wished the monkey well on his way. Home safe travel. You know yeah. I mean like from from the get. Go one of my kind of like going into this. Movie was that of course. They're going to team up at the end and fight something else. You know what i mean. Yeah because like this whole franchise though is just been such a. You know people talk. About the star wars reboot being shit. Show like this is like the franchises. The big shicho blanca. That first godzilla. The what's his name. Edwards gareth edwards. Just just the worst idea for a movie. A one radio's boring movies. I've seen in a long time. Yeah we'll a realistic take on zilla. How dumb do you have to be like. Because like the joy of godzilla is watching him. Destroy buildings but if you see people getting hurt and people like no like that's not fun and if that was their angle then good luck to them. You know it was my attitude. But when i saw it yeah you tried to have your fucking cake and eat it to your family. We'll do backflips trying to defend that movie. And i just. I don't get it. We'll get it on see but that's the thing that's see. That's the secret to life. Is that people spend most of their lives pretending but the problem is if they don't know that they're pretending i'm seriously that's the crippling problem with this country at least but but yeah that was just like such terrible like such such a such a flop such a horrid idea realistic take on godzilla and then they did. The next one was the kong skull island. And what i liked about that movie so much. Was that the director said. What are you talking about it. It's this is. This is silly movie and that movie is really not good. Because it's like it's just kind of well first of all it's poorly cast other than sammy roy. And it's really like it but the story is such an interesting idea shea. Wiggham is fun in it. Oh he's a now. Yeah i love him. Yeah i forgot his. He's fun in it but But yeah i it's it's a very mixed bag right..
"shicho" Discussed on The Strategists
"Press that the animated bigfoot family had dropped from the top ten list when it was released in february but after the controversy earlier in march should went back up to number eight and stayed there until the end of the month and of course adding. We're now producing a second movie Stephen carter The alberto energy center. Doing god's work you know young corey hogan brought up the streisand effect. And it's probably going to be renamed the kenny effect Because this is so incredibly perfect they said it had an extra thirty million views as a result of of you know kenny in the war room making in an actual thing. So well done guys. Basically the entire population of canada has now seen the oil and gas industries as the villains the bigfoot movie cast his has so well but it doesn't matter because it's a fucking cartoon and seriously to begin with. I mean that's the it's just like they're just not very good at what they're trying to do. It's embarrassing the fact that these articles would come out that even show that we wanted to fight with the bigfoot movie and then the fact that brought in more eyeballs. It's just. I'm trying to imagine a universe in which you can spend as a win. I'm sure i'm sure we live in that universe. I'm sure that somebody out there somewhere saying this is a win but i mean this is just dumb all around really you. Don't you don't think this is. This is some brilliant strategic by our our energy or room to to boost a particular film get its sequel made and have some grand plan that pays off in two thousand twenty three car. You don't have this strategy all game for them. I mean they are looking for a new person to lead their advocacy but they may have already had this masterstroke to begin with you know zane. I am strategic genius. I couldn't i couldn't do anything with this shicho you couldn't you couldn't you couldn't no no..
"shicho" Discussed on That’s Strange
"Why that's why it's like. It's scary man and their way for probably a lot crazier than i mean it. For yoga lakes ways wave pool was intense for me a nine year old. Imagine what action parks wave pool was. I mean it was probably just like i mean just like the real thing like your fricken rap. I mean they just probably three in honestly really. It looks if you look at it. Looks pretty legit. If i'm being honest books i've ever seen right. That's kinda the thing to kind of interesting about. It is at first glance action park. Looks like a relatively illegitimate amusement. Park or waterpark legat. It just looks like one. You'd see down the road. It's kind of funny. I think i think most of it was the fact that they had like no rules right. She's like a free for all. You know whatever you wanna do. So which is basically what what a lot of the people said ryan was talking about you know. They had their their employees area. But also that was. I mean there were plenty of those areas for the gas as well. So we'll just say yeah yeah. Abandoned amusement parks are terrifying. And there's a lot of very interesting stuff about this. That by the way if you if you haven't been paying attention to the show art for this episode i guarantee you probably should have maybe go back a few chapters and reviews some of that show art because then you won't even have to look up some of these pictures. That will be a lot of fun true true so we really we really covered quite a bit here We we did. We did I do need to go back real quick to leak shawny park true because because i I referenced how i felt but dear listener never feel like i betrayed you because after chad and ryan go. You're gonna have to wait for me to go so Over to chad chad. How do you feel about lake. Shahi park our flagship topic for flagship. Yeah that's a good way to put it. I think it's really cool. And i think it's clo- is it close It's in west virginia. So i it's not like okay. Yeah i mean i. It's definitely somewhere. I'd like to visit. But i am kind of gathering that i might have a little bit of an obsession with abandoned amusement parks. Especially that's pretty cool. Because i do too so maybe we should use that. Yeah so i. I just think they're super. They're super cool. And i think we really should do an episode on noble because like what an absolute shicho. That place was when all that happened. I mean if you guys know the story it's it's like oh my goodness our these people running this thing but anyway that's a totally different topic. Obviously right and. I'm just talking about the ferris wheel at super creepy right right super creepy at all. Anyway i think it super cool. I like all abandoned amusement parks. I would love to explore a man abandoned museum park. And i'm thinking geog lakes probably our goto here because it's probably closer than shawnee park but i need to watch the paranormal side of this because that's Something very not up to date with as far as the investigations and all that stuff. They did here but the park itself is cool. I'd like to visit it. That's where i stand period while as far as me. I would like to say that it is four hours fifty two minutes from here and it's not bad so i could be kind of fun and there's abandoned buses. Oh my gosh. I want to go to this place all right so for me. I'm the one who suggested the topic so true. I definitely..
The Dr. Susan Block Show
"shicho" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"So it's part of my slut image. I'm a slut and route but do not use my slut. Hurry to slut. Shame me or to support your sexist racist agenda because is exactly what rash limp balls tried to do to me. Cat calling me a quote little item in his creepy little newsletter. Trying to mock me and my fury of post trump sex disorder. As well as sufferers. He actually didn't mock the theory he totally got into the theory. He just thought it was evident are so weak their sexuality might be affected by their lover being deported or by being put down for being transgender or various things or by disagreeing divorces would happen over politics during a the trump era and so he put me down in his was the saleslady way. It was a guy far stein. More was very slobbering cackling sadistic kind of mouth piece. But he's certainly love talking about you and heavy breathing. He loved saying little item and small little idol little. He said his british accent. Yeah he's like sort of a new says russia's british says if nothing else if nothing else he says he has will get his creepy little newsletter for this liden. Get it for dad. 'cause it was around father's day in some year like i did i noticed i answered him then disappeared and as soon as i do. They took down that shicho. They called dysfunction junction was the name of their segment on me. This guy went back wherever he came from. An rush died not a good ending. Well i guess. I don't know how mark stein doing. Maybe he's going to have a big big career you know. Now he's going to be the one that picks up the mantle and owns the libs because that was what rush was really. I mean i think that was a primary effort of his which is why insulting was so important to own. Not because you're right not because you care even but just to make fun of someone to own and usually it would be the libs or poor people or or foreigners or you know racial groups. Americans was very yes yeah. The comedian that i was speaking about earlier is mostly talking about black. People will be there to beat them up and for russia was a kind of cuckolding. I think in that sense. Roger stone and paul manafort talk about that a lot. You know. you're a cock and rush was constantly doing that calling people. These names.
"shicho" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"I'm looking at you fundamental mormons. That's something different this and And i think that's where you get the. Oh my gosh what's you know. What's it gonna come to now. We got rid of polygamy for a reason. But that's we're not these are not the same thing. Just wanna make sure that we're breaking those two apart Apology and polygamy are not the same thing no. I didn't want to interrupt you because i mean that's i think you and i are pretty close on that but we should probably save conversation about poly relationships for thursday nights so tune into thursday nights for a secular sexuality. But but i wouldn't feel right. You know both of us gave our piece on poly relationship. So give give us your quick taking. Then we'll get back to free. Speech take is pretty simple man as long as it's consensual and your for that sort of thing and you're having a good time doing it. They go for it. Yeah the interesting question. Is you know marriages. This isn't thursday. Let's go back to free. Speech here gets valid talking about something that is still a an interesting point. Rates immediate nonprofits alternate family structures. And okay so so going back going back to this carbon with parlor of this because i i never actually bothered to set foot in there did you guys are pto okay. So i couldn't have to throw up after so at least you can fill me in here. Is it the cesspool of all right thinking that it will the people make it out to be or where people just really using it as a place to freely express. I genuinely don't know. I think you're right. They're using it as a place to freely express and it's okay it's shicho i popped in there and there's a lot of it seems pretty tame but there are little corners like as with any platform that you've got like almost like a dark. Excuse me a dark web scenario going on. It's just like these guys in their shit takes her mind mind-blowing some of the stuff i i didn't set up an account but i peruse no some of us did just sort aspire when i say us i mean just members of the it just to go in there and i think a couple of them. I'm not gonna name names When in an trolled a little bit just to see what kind of response to get and was very interesting. Death threats were uttered a couple of times so wow apparently apparently parlor doesn't seem to have the same terms of services. Twitter does barely right right. Well i mean that's the thing is parlor spec up a little bit right place So it i. It was twitter. That said donald year longer. Welcome in it right then. It was facebook and that funneled all of that vitriol and hate to parlour right and then that's when the terms of servers that partner has with a with the app stores in both apple and google Came under scrutiny. And they felt that there was The moderation on parlor was subpar for them to apple and an apple and google that is to continue to have them in their in their stores amazon to right and then yeah that the. There's a place stores where you get the app and then amazon's a hosting service. That's amazon makes a huge amount of money on servers and just hosting i.
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A Democracy at Risk
"Welcome to the this is a podcast about politics race and culture from a PC perspective I Medina wholesome and I'm. And today we have to Itt all-stars, call you their homes in quarantine. Yes. Yes. From Winston Salem North Carolina is Tina Vazquez but she's a senior reporter with prism and a twenty twenty I to be wells fellow with type investigations. Welcome back. Tina. High for happy ache and joining us from Atlanta Georgia is the fabulous Russia. Brown Co founder of black voters matter what's up? I'm so happy to be back. All is well and we're so. We're so happy to have you back to. so it's been. Intense that's kind of. An understatement in China. Living here has been intense in this country from the pandemic to racist police violence I mean even this Sunday, there was a five point one earthquake in North Carolina where you Live apparently the largest and over a century. Right. Here in Harlem trees fell down last week because of the storm. So this is just a very first question to ask you how you doing. So Tino, we're going to start with you how you feeling I am tired all the time like I can't complain really too much everything is. Fine but I'm very tired. Okay. Yeah. Short and sweet the TASHA. Who would be a podcast in itself I told you I. Felt. New podcast. How feeling? Is. What. I am I'm having actually every human emotion you can have, and I'm having an all at the same downtime. I'm angry, sad, scared frustrated hopeful fired up every motion human emotion. You can have I'm having and this moment of few weeks ago I myself actually tested positive for covert Nineteen Latasha. It. was the most nerve wrecking name Sweetie. It so I'm here for you sweetie. Oh you understand. Thank you so much and I'm so glad that you are will I had a mild case of but I think more than anything. It's the worry because you don't know how it's going to respond to Matty and then I'm worried about people being around me and being around my family. So I am just petitioning for a twenty two over I was just like a lot of talk to about this. Talk to the manager I need to recite twenty. She's a woman by the way. Exactly I know. So listen. I know first of all, thank you for sharing that. Latasha and. My heart goes out to you for anyone has to go through that especially in this time but we do want to discuss the twenty twenty election. It's less than eighty five days away. As if we're not on edge enough this year and honestly I'm going to come in as the Puerto Rican reporter. I have news to share with everyone in the world. What are we just had a primary election on Sunday complete Shicho. Alison show up two pressings. There's calls of. Delaying. It and moving into next Sunday and it's just it is complete. Chaos down in my home island colony, and I'm very worried now that this is just a prelude to what's going to happen in the united. States on election day November but we want to talk about the power of voters of color and the issues of voting rights. The backdrop of this election season is the coronavirus pandemic. There are now five million confirmed covid nineteen cases in this country, and the number of those infected has doubled since the end of June and then we still have to mention. Joe Biden's comments last. Thursday during a joint. National Association of Black Journalists and a BJ and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists which was an h j of what he said. What you all know. But most people don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions. The Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With incredibly different attitudes about different things. This completely overlooks sees issues of race identity ideology, intersectional communities, I honestly think that this kind of statement, the trump campaign's like bring it on because it's just GonNa be used to divide and conquer Democratic voters.