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Biden awards Medal of Freedom to Biles, McCain, Giffords

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Biden awards Medal of Freedom to Biles, McCain, Giffords

"President Biden has awarded the nation's highest civilian honor to 17 people This is America The Medal of Freedom recipients range from athletes Megan Rapinoe and Simone Biles the nation's most decorated gymnast She has to her medal count of 32 I don't know if you're going to find room To civil rights lawyer Fred gray Fresh legal brilliance and strategy to segregated schools and secured the right to vote Former congresswoman and shooting survivor Gabby Giffords One of the most courageous people I have ever known X Biden said it colleague Alan Simpson This is the real deal Their late colleague John McCain received a metal posthumously as did labor leader Richard trumka and Apple cofounder Steve Jobs When Steve left us as something special Actor Denzel Washington was to get a medal but skipped the ceremony after getting COVID-19 Sagar Meghani Washington

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Why the Left Sees Clarence Thomas as a Threat

The Officer Tatum Show

01:30 min | Last month

Why the Left Sees Clarence Thomas as a Threat

"So there's a few subjects that I want to talk about. You know, I was going to start out with O. J. Simpson, but I think that's too hot for the audience now. We'll get to OJ, but I want to hear from you, Larry. About your always nice to hear what kind of comments O. J. Simpson has. What if Jonathan Smollett think? Exactly. Probably the two least people with credibility on Planet Earth. But I wanted to talk to someone a little more serious because I wanted to bring you on a talk about what's happening to clarence Thomas, because I think the all out racist attack on clarence Thomas is despicable. And I wanted to hear your thoughts Larry on what they're doing to such an honorable intelligent, great, respected man, now that roe V wade has been overturned. Well, it isn't just roe V wade, although that's the latest reason that they're jumping up and down about clarence Thomas. But they've always hated clarence Thomas. He refused the narrative. So do you so do I? These are proud black men who do not believe that America is systemically racist. I do not believe it's a major problem facing America anymore and refutes the whole left wing narrative. The whole left wing narrative is that America is full of racism. We need to have things like critical race theory and all sorts of special handouts and privileges for black people because they won't be able to navigate through America because America has so many white races in it. So somebody like Claire and Thomas is a direct threat. And so after this case comes down, by the way, he's not even the one that wrote the majority of the decision. It was a who wrote it. But he's the one getting all the flag.

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Kash Patel: Possible Indictments to Expect From John Durham

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 3 months ago

Kash Patel: Possible Indictments to Expect From John Durham

"Stuff Do you think there's going to be any legal consequence for higher ups your mccabe Comey clapper Hillary any of them or just one or two or none I mean where do you see this going I see there's a couple more indictments I see coming from John Durham probably one of the FBI probably won a fusion GPS because they orchestrated this whole thing with the Clinton campaign and made millions in light to the world And I think they lied to Congress too Glenn Simpson another guy who I interrogated in line And I think it gets to Andy mccabe I don't think it gets any higher than that You know I've been thinking about this for four or 5 years in the form of a prosecutor I was just like those guys call me Clinton clapper Brennan They're just so smart and they're so evil That's the problem that they've covered their tracks and it would be very hard to make a case against them Now it doesn't mean that John Durham is not going to annihilate them in the report But you and I both want indictment accountability And I think if we get any mccabe the FBI fusion GPS then this is going to make Watergate look like Sunday afternoon tea And so it's going to be I think that's where he's going I hope that's where he's going And he's got the investigation to prove it But the other thing speaking about John Brennan remember this guy briefed Barack Obama when he was president in 2016 That Hillary Clinton was running a disinformation operation against president Trump What I want to know Why isn't that memo been declassified Where is it Where is it

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Simpson's early 65 proved low score was possible at PGA

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Simpson's early 65 proved low score was possible at PGA

"Mito Pereira is the surprise leader after three rounds of the PGA Championship the 27 year old Chilean firing at 69 to move to 9 under establishing a three shot blade of a will's ala tourist and Matt Fitzpatrick that on a cold and windy day the so many top players struggling Cameron young fired a 67 to move in a contention at 5 under Mexican Abraham answer is next at four under and former major champions bubba Watson and Justin Thomas still have a chance among those at three under the card I'm Graham agar

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"simpson " Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

02:12 min | 3 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"NPR. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm paddy hirsch. And today, Stacey vank Smith is with me and I asked her to join me for this very special episode. Thank you for joining me, Stacey. Well, I couldn't not join patty. I was very, very excited about this episode. Just over a year ago, we did what we rarely do and we dedicated an episode of the indicator to a single person, a patriarch of one of America's favorite families. The Simpsons Homer J Simpson. The iconic American economic everyman with his middle class job at the nuclear power plant, his suburban home, his two car garage, complete, of course, with two cars. And his beloved family, his wife Marge, his son Bart, and his daughters Lisa and Maggie. And Homer's kind of regarded, as you say, Stacy is America's everyman. However, as we find out on our show last year, that image is deeply flawed. And that message appears to have resonated around the American economy because a lot of people listen to that show. Yes. And one person in particular listened to it. I am Tim long. And I am a longtime writer producer for The Simpsons. The Simpsons writers listen to the indicator. I feel like we just need to take a moment. Thank you, Tim, keep listening. And Tim heard our show, which was props to the Atlantic inspired by an article in the Atlantic magazine, and he decided to dig into this question of Homer's lifestyle himself. You know, it's obviously crazy that Homer has managed to maintain this middle class lifestyle. Like, how are they living so well? But just the issue, the hard economic facts of the show just struck me as kind of like an interesting topic. So Tim and the rest of The Simpsons writing team get the goofed rhyme for a year. You know, the way writing teams do, making jokes about crushing poverty and social alienation. The classics. And a year later, this Sunday, in fact, the show will be airing its 33rd season finale. And we are just over the moon excited about this. The entire episode is dedicated to the very greatest subject of all time. The American economy. And of course, you know, this is The Simpsons..

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AJ Has Seen No Sign of Physical Abuse From Johnny Depp

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:06 min | 4 months ago

AJ Has Seen No Sign of Physical Abuse From Johnny Depp

"Want to talk to you about the Johnny Depp trial. This is what this whole show is going to be about. I said some things a couple of days ago about it. I felt a certain way. And now as we're in this thing for a week, it's become apparent to me that there are things that are being broadcast and there are people saying certain things about the man on trial that simply aren't true. I was a journalist during the O. J. Simpson trial. I've never seen anything like this before or since. But this amber versus Johnny trial is getting so crazy. Now obviously nobody died, all right? So, you know, mentioning that it's close to the O. J. Simpson trial seems trivial, but it has all the odd glamour and all the for lack of a better word, juiciness that attracts people to watch. And I'm going to tell you, I've never gotten so many emails and texts and direct messages from people in the know. This is a story that I myself have gone down endless rabbit holes to get toward the truth. And by the way, if you want to see, if you want to see what this woman does on Instagram, you need to follow the Instagram page called house inhabit. Oh my God. Oh my God, is she on top of this thing? It's amazing. But I've got to tell you, and there are people who disagree with me. Yeah, I saw him slamming fucking kitchen cabinets. I saw him pour the big glass of wine and say, do you want to see crazy? This is crazy. I've been that guy. But so far I've seen no evidence of physical violence taught Amber Heard from Johnny Depp. All they show is someone who had a problem with drinking, obviously doing drugs isn't good. And writing text messages that weren't nice, but that's not the same as somebody physically abusing someone. Physically abusing.

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Colorado upsets No. 2 Arizona 79-63 with strong second half

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Colorado upsets No. 2 Arizona 79-63 with strong second half

"K. J. Simpson interested to sell the lettuce second half charge a Kerry Colorado to a seventy nine sixty three upset of second ranked Arizona matching the highest ranked opponent ever beaten by the bus the silver scored thirteen of his team high nineteen points in the second half we've been in this situation you know a couple months ago at every every zona and you know we we set ourselves we can't we can't let this happen again Simpson scored all but one of his thirteen points after halftime as the nineteen the ten buffalo snapped the Wildcats nine game winning streak Arizona let thirty seven thirty two at the break the Wildcats leading scorer Benedict Mandarin was held scoreless in the second half after scoring twelve points in the opening period I'm Dave Ferrie

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"simpson " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:16 min | 6 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Was our goal to make it taste delicious. So as a clinician, I'm always interested in being very, very specific about what some claims are. In fact, I have an obligation to investigate that. And understand the mechanism of action and then understand the evidence. And you mentioned turmeric and ginseng. These are extremely different mechanisms with totally different desired effects. I don't know how much rubidium I need in my time. I can't think of a essential stoichiometric pathway that requires rubidium up top of my head, but I'm sure they're out there. But you did mention antioxidant, right? And I think most people do agree that high level antioxidant is an important. Potentially, let's see how should we characterize that. It's not a therapeutic, but it potentially a way of enhancing a reducing health risks. What is the mechanism which antioxidants? What's the mechanism? How do we understand that and what's the evidence for that? So in terms of chaga, the antioxidant studies are done in medical research papers. You can go on Johns Hopkins, Sloan Kettering, cancer research center. And again, we don't make disease claims. But you know the evidence is out there in these research papers. This isn't indigenously used item by our ancestors. It's dates back 5000 years. They actually did indigenous people did use a therapeutically, didn't they? Didn't they? Correct. I know you're not making the claim of that, but what was it that they did with it? So let's see the Iceman I think it's one of the oldest preserved bodies found in the Italian Swiss border. There's a museum from up there. They found birch polypores and chaga mushroom around his neck. And I think he lived around 60 years old. So they were using it, you know, he had it on him. And you know, he actually died from an arrow moon from a rival tribe, so he didn't even die of natural causes and lived a very long life for that long ago. And so these kind of these kind of adaptogens or mushrooms really even predate some religions when they found his body and our ancestors used them for healing and in terms of that direct question, you know, there's research out there on antioxidants where they've done orac studies on this versus on chaga mushrooms versus let's say pomegranate and acai. And they've just found that chaga is by far the highest in terms of antioxidants measured. The research papers are like I said, there's hundreds of them unrespectable sites. I really like Sloan Kettering. There's bibliographies on it and people can do their research. But the chaga mushroom is loaded with nutrients, that it's getting from the birch tree essentially. And then it's pre digesting those nutrients. And then we're able to extract them from the mushroom by grinding it up kind of like a coffee and then steeping it. Because you can't cut down the birch tree and take the nutrients out of it or eat the birch tree. So, you know, it's coming from nature from a wild forest. Which is really where the magic is coming from. So that's the source. Now you can grow it and get the mycelium, which is what Paul stamets and some brands do and there are some health benefits to the mushroom roots, which is the mycelial network, and there are some health benefits to growing it. But you know, it's just really hard to replicate that story of this thing growing in a wild forest in Alaska or Siberia. And that's where it's getting its nutrients from the tree. So the antioxidant story is one of the elements of it is essentially being able to eliminate or reduce the amount of free radical formation that we have in our inside ourselves. And free radicals are dangerous because they're highly polar. They're these very polar molecules that can actually sort of tear through DNA. That's sort of the way to think about it. And so free radical reducing free radicals is the goal. And so I'm all about the antioxidant story. Is there any sort of subjective experiences associated with taking this? I know other mushroom companies claim energy and that kind of thing is that here too. Yeah, I mean, there's a lot of in vitro in vivo studies they've done. You know, granted, there's hasn't been many clinical trials because that's usually around more pharma type stuff. But all the evidence is showing, and all the anecdotal evidence as well. And in vivo in vitro, evidence is showing a 25% energy boost and it's on the mitochondrial level. So it's great for athletes for sports performance. You know, they give it to mice, for example, some chaga mushroom and see how long they can swim for. And they give the others a placebo and the ones that they give the chocolate mushrooms from 25% longer. Well, that's interesting. That's really interesting. Yeah. And have they thought there are speculation on a mechanism on that? Yeah, I mean, I'm.

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"simpson " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:55 min | 6 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Yeah. So the Lexapro is the first one that's been like, oh, this is pretty good. What's coming stand up parts? What's ahead? And by the way, his Instagram is at BS comedian. Comedian. Yeah. What's coming up is I'm doing the Netflix as a joke festival in April. Great. I'm doing Madison, Wisconsin at the end of February. There were Tom? There were Tom? No. No. I'm doing the Ontario improv on the wrong month. How did you get hooked up with Rogan? Tom, Tom, he's three in there. You got to talk to this guy. Yeah. He's like, yeah, you got to talk to somebody. Yeah, I'm Rogan. Come by. Cool. He like he thought I was funny. You are. Yeah, man, he was like, you got it. You gotta help you any way I can. So let me help you out here. Ontario improv is February 10th, Irvine, February 9th, Madison, February 24th, and then Bakersfield, March 5th, Philly punchline, April 8th through tenth. Wow. It's a lot. In the meantime, were you here locally regularly? Yeah, I'm usually at the start of the problem, yeah. How do we actually look at the line of the lineups at the store or the improv? Yeah. Well, it's a real privilege to talk to you, my friend. You got a lot of friends in common and stuff, so like I said, I left out loud. Oh, Mark Normans on your season three coming up. Yeah, yeah, he's funny man. He is funny. I want to see what put him on the microscope. I did him on after dark once. And it was revealing. It was funny. He squirms a lot. He squirms out from other stuff. Yeah, man, 'cause I would love to know what makes him tick. He's super smart and super funny. And looks at the world in different ways than the rest of us. But that's why he's so damn funny. Am I the only one who, every time I seen Norman, it brings me back to Brody, just the way he likes to say comedy. It's such a non secular. I feel like maybe because I've been sick, but I feel like we've had this conversation before. I don't think I've ever told anyone this is something I've always thought. Wow. Interesting. I don't know. Deja vu. Yeah, let's take care of your own tests and stuff. Yeah, thanks. They're getting better. It's the same thing every time. It's pain, I don't sleep. It's miserable. I go on antibiotics, it takes a couple of days to resolve and then I'm just washed out for 5 days. I'm sorry, wow. But you've kept me company and interested. So I've gotten away from my intestines. Again, so don't be a stranger here. Love to see rent more round and maybe if you're down in Austin, because I'm going down there regular to see those guys. Oh, are you moving down there? No. Not moving down there. I don't think. I go there like every three weeks after four weeks. Okay, I'm down there regularly. All right. I think we leave out. Let's see, BS comedian. I'm sure I'm leaving out something, but I'm outta here about it. Just for the last Vancouver. Oh yeah, well that's got rescheduled. Okay. That'll.

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"simpson " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"I'm thinking we got to just get you on the ship. You don't have to be the captain just yet. Yeah. I think doctor Browne will be really good for him. We just had him on. I believe. Oh yeah, we did. That's right. That's right. I just had a great therapist. This is what I hate about the VA. 'cause I just had a great therapist at the VA. They pulled her away from you. Yep. Oh, that's fucked up. They always do so fucked up. That's the worst thing they could do to somebody like you. Yeah, they go, well, you know, this was only supposed to be for 9 weeks. So if you need more shit, we can reference you to this other clinic. And I'm like horrible. What can I keep this lady? No. That is the exact opposite of what you need. Because that's your life being pulled out. It's the worst. It's just the worst. You just galvanizes all the things. And when you say you have problems, is it because you have trouble forming a long-term relationship and you'd like to? Yes. Even with my friendships too. I keep everybody at a distance. Like somebody asked me some other day, somebody was open for me in New York. And she was like, so who do you hang out with in LA? I was like, oh shit. I don't think I got what anybody. You know? I mean, it's not that I'm not friends. Well, you know, just the fact that you hang out with Tom and Christina tells me that you have good judgment about who you do hang out with. But I don't hang out with them. I understand, but you're hanging with them. And so you're not one of the real problems with having had an abandoning childhood is your picker gets broken. You start picking people in. Well, I have that habit too. Sometimes I will either get close to somebody too quickly. And it's like a pendulum. I get too close too quickly. And then it's wrong, and then I don't trust my picker. And then I take my time getting close to somebody that I should be. So sometimes I get lucky and I hate the jackpot. All right, so you've been able to do that. You've been able to have. Yeah, I feel like as I get older, I get better. Okay. All right, trusting my instincts. You're right. This podcast is sponsored by better help online therapy and better help wants to tackle stigma, of course there's tons of stigmas around mental health. So strange to me that we treat conditions below the neck differently than we.

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"simpson " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:02 min | 6 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Shows, you can see those there, be a part of that. You can get on the restream or you can get over to Clubhouse. We take calls on Clubhouse from the Congo shows. Usually it's like Monday Tuesday Wednesday at 3 o'clock Pacific time. And do check out some of the other social media, like Instagram, Dr. Drew Pinsky. Twitter, Dr. Drew. And today, Brian Simpson, comedy special, the stand up season three available right now on Netflix. Episode one of season three. Well done. Right, welcome. What's happening? I left out loud a lot during your, did I see that? Was I looking at the Netflix thing? I send you the Netflix thing as well, but we first started with David Spade cliff. Oh yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And I was like, oh, I want to talk to Brian. I'm ready for that. That's good. But I was telling Brian that today I have diverticulitis, which is this thing I get like every 6 months. It's like having appendicitis on the left side instead of the right side. It needs a surgery, but I've been avoiding it. It's like peritonitis, localized peritonitis. And it doesn't help me. So your colon, can you show me a picture of diverticulitis? Well, I'm guessing divert divert is the root word. No, no. I don't know why the diverticulum is I think the operant part of it. Show a picture. So you can see here. Yeah, keep going. You got to blow one up for us. Give us a diagram. Yeah, yeah. No hold Jesus Christ. I hope I'm not doing that. It shows how bad it can get. Anyway, there are these little outpouching. The do you see the kind of there? Yeah, yeah, okay, so those little outpouchings along the side of the colon on the right. Oh yeah, yeah. Yeah, some people develop those. And we don't know why they develop they're sort of genetically programmed. And they can fill with debris and start to become abscessed and get infected and leak in the leak goes actually in your abdominal cavity so you get peritonitis. It's good, right? Why is debris such a hilarious word? Do you tell me you're the comedian? Debris is a good word. So that's me. And so I have to take all these antibiotics and it makes me weak and it's just nothing funnier than that, though, a little diverticulitis. And it's recurring. I was just thinking as I drove up here when I had colonoscopies on a regular basis. But three years ago, guy looked at me and went, you're going to have to have that surgery. It's surgery. You've got to get the surgery done. And I was like, fuck you, I'm gonna take it. Yeah, of course, he's right. Why are doctors the hardest ones to convince? Because it's kind of like you know how to push the envelope. It's like, that's why you attorneys do such shady stuff. They know right where the line is. And a doctor, you know right where the line is from a health standpoint, too. I know I'll do poorly. I do horrible after surgery. It just destroys me for weeks and weeks, weeks. I don't want to deal with that. Anesthesia destroys me. I don't want to deal with that. But this thing is driving me crazy every 6 months. I'm just laid out for 5 days. How many times do I have to do that before? I'm like, all right, enough enough. Let's talk about you. Where'd you grow up? I grew up in PG county, Maryland. Where is that? PG county. It is the, it is the part of the southernmost part of Maryland that's wrapped around D.C.. Got it. And how did comedy happen? Well, that's a whole other thing. Comedy happened because from the military. I joined the Marine Corps. And that the usual course to comedy. No, no. Military actions, hysterical. Yeah, yeah. I mean, the short sweet stories that I was a foster kid. We had multiple homes or just a one or no multiple homes. I moved at least. What is that? I look at people that are resilient like doing great like yourself. And I hear that history and I go, I don't think I'm built for that myself. It would have destroyed me. I mean, there are long term you have stuff. Things, yeah, because trust. Tries to trust. I think trust bleeds intimacy issues. A 100%. But you know it. You know, yeah, but it doesn't make it. Even you know, you can know something intellectually. Yeah, yeah. But not feeling emotion that's exactly right. And sometimes it's like no matter how close I feel to somebody. After a while, I'm just like, I need you to get the fuck away from me. Yeah, yeah. You know? Yeah. And that's sort of what happens with abandonment, right? You can't get that close because the vulnerabilities to intense. Exactly. But it's a weird thing where it's like you know that the closeness is what you need and you fight to get there, but you're so used to the opposite that the closer you get, the more unfamiliar it is. It is. Yeah, it's terrifying. Yeah. And by the same token. So what people normally do is they go after people that are not available for a close relationship. Or like you said, you get in and then you end it and then you're like, this thing's too good. I get the fuck out of here. Right on the money there. Yeah. Yeah, there are the therapies designed to treat that are not that tough. I mean, they're not like difficult or anything. And they may take a while. I mean, I've done the cognitive, so when I first moved to LA, I was in a homeless shelter for a couple of years. It was for veterans only. Or something? Yeah, it was on sunset and they make you do these. They call them group sessions, but you have to do them. Depending on your level of privilege, do X amount. Where you earn it. Right. Will you earn doing less of them? I need some information. So you were in the marine for how long?.

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Concerns Raised Over $60 Million in Black Lives Matter Funds

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | 6 months ago

Concerns Raised Over $60 Million in Black Lives Matter Funds

"BLM also known as Black Lives Matter has been raising over the last couple of years, a great deal of money. And the question is, where does all that money go? Now, this is not just a question that I'm asking or that conservatives are asking. This is a question that's being asked by a lot of black families that claim to be victims of police brutality who thought that the whole point of BLM was to raise money for them. But now they're realizing that no, the whole point of BLM is not that at all, the whole point of BLM is to make money for its organizers. Recently, a local BLM guy contacted the national BLM to see if they could help him out. And it turns out they couldn't help him out because Patricia calores the nominal one of the nominal leaders of BLM was doing a corporate co sponsorship with ugg, ugg is the ugg boots the California boot company, and she's like, oh, I'm too busy to come to your protest. I'm actually gonna be doing making some videos with ugg. To promote the product and demonstrate their solidarity with the with BLM. Patricia calories is also busy with making book deals. She has got a production deal with Warner Brothers. The money here we're talking about is big. The BLM group has raised more than 90 million. Since 2020. And if you look at its finances, you discover that they've given yeah they've given 21 million in grants, they've got 8 million in operating expenses, but you know what? The other 60 million is in their coffers. It's unaccounted for. And some of you know, BLM really started with the Ferguson Missouri riots. And interestingly, in Ferguson itself, you've got the you've got the parents of the Ferguson victims, and also two women named Lisa Simpson and samaria rice. They're apparently their sons were also involved in some police violence. They realized that the money is not going to add to them, to any of them. And so they issued a statement. Basically saying, stop capitalizing on the suffering of our

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Joe Rogan Apologizes for Repeated Use of N-Word in Old Videos

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 6 months ago

Joe Rogan Apologizes for Repeated Use of N-Word in Old Videos

"Hello, Friends. I'm making this video to talk about the most regretful and shameful thing that I've ever had to talk about publicly. There's a video that's out that's a compilation of me saying the N word. It's a video that's made of clips, taken out of context of me of 12 years of conversations on my podcast, and it's all smushed together, and it looks horrible, even to me. Now, I know that to most people, there's no context where a white person is ever allowed to say that word. Never mind publicly on a podcast. And I agree with that now. I haven't said it in years, but for a long time when I would bring that word up like if it would come up in conversation and instead of saying the N word, I would just say the word. I thought it was wrong. So it kind of gets into this whole dilution of how to use the word. I remember that conversation years ago. It all changed with the O. J. Simpson trial. It's an ugly vile word, but when the word was used repeatedly during the OJ trial, the N word became part of our vocabulary. There's a whole bunch of other offensive words that are used, but that's a word that's a deal breaker. So be it. And Rogan is saying that. Rogan saying, I should never have ever used that word. And I have it in a long time. So the question then becomes, is that apology is that owning a mistake from his perspective, valuable or not? Matt

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George Stephanopoulos Has Selective Memory That Democrats Aren't Violent

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 8 months ago

George Stephanopoulos Has Selective Memory That Democrats Aren't Violent

"On ABC's very weak Sunday show He's talking about how well let's hear for ourselves Cut 9 go I mean this is purely in the Republican camp The reality is is even the polls suggested the Democrats agree that this was not about democracies It's not ruining democracy not protecting it 25% of Democrats said violence was acceptable in that poll in 2017 a third of Hillary Clinton voters said Donald Trump was not legitimately elected Your thing is just the same kind of actions that we and everybody's pointed out Oh yes they did They rioted at the inauguration Of Donald Trump Burned cars broke windows beat cops They did take action But Georgie has a selective memory as we know as does yvette Simpson whoever the hell that is CEO of democracy for America Because we all know Democrats are not violent whether it's the weather underground In the 1960s blowing up the capitol building The Pentagon the State Department then making another run at the capitol building with another bomb Whether it's Black Lives Matter and antifa in the NBA and the NFL in the corporation in America all supporting effectively celebrating the riots that took place that summer not long ago two summers ago with all the damage to death in the mayhem But Democrats are not violent ladies and gentlemen Of course if I may say and I will it's my show The tens of millions of abortions They're not violent in the least We did that to dogs that were having puppies People would be arrested But hey what do I

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

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 8 months ago

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

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

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Larry Debates Roland Martin About the Police

The Larry Elder Show

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Larry Debates Roland Martin About the Police

"This is continuation of my debate in 2016 before the election against Roland Martin. He is a left wing talk show host on YouTube. He is a pastor, he formerly was an analyst or a pundit on CNN. We then started talking about his criticism of the police. Mister elder is the issue of officer involved shootings in the black community in the call for criminal justice, something that should be studied by a nonpartisan commission or is this a community issue to be solved at the local level in your view? The Black Lives Matter movement is the biggest fraud that's been perpetuated on this country and on the black community since the O. J. Simpson case. According to Washington Post, there were 965 people who were killed by the police last year. 500 of them are white. I defy you to name one. 250 of them were black. According to the center for disease control over the past 45 years, police shootings against blacks have been down 75% while police shootings against black against whites have flatlined. Here's the problem. 25% of those shot by the police are black. That's because there is a great deal of violence going on in the inner city. A young black man is 7 times more likely to be victimized by homicide than a young white man. The number one preventable cause of death in the white community are car accidents. The number one preventable cause of death in the black community is homicide, generally at the hands of another black person. What's going on in the inner city is a complete and total breakdown because of people like mister Martin, who are telling officers that when you do your job, you're a racist, so they're pulling back, and as a result, you're seeing crime go up in Baltimore, crime going up in Chicago, crying going up in St. Louis, and the victims of that crime are usually the same black people that people like mister Martin claim to care about. If you really care, you'd be talking about these individuals who

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OJ Simpson a 'completely free man'; parole ends in Nevada

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

OJ Simpson a 'completely free man'; parole ends in Nevada

"His his lawyer lawyer says says OJ OJ Simpson Simpson is is a a completely completely free free man man Simpson Simpson was was acquitted acquitted in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety five five of of killing killing his his ex ex wife wife and and her her friend friend he he went went to to prison prison for for a a case case in in Las Las Vegas Vegas I I didn't didn't steal steal anything anything from from anybody anybody and and I I didn't didn't know know I I was was doing doing anything anything illegal illegal more more than than a a decade decade after after the the acquittal acquittal Simpson Simpson was was found found guilty guilty of of armed armed robbery robbery for for a a confrontation confrontation with with sports sports memorabilia memorabilia dealers dealers he he served served nine nine years years in in prison prison in in Nevada Nevada and and was was released released on on parole parole in in twenty twenty seventeen seventeen I I will will be be no no problem problem you you know know and and I I I I think think I I kept kept my my word word this this is is a a set set of of done done my my time time state state police police in in Nevada Nevada say say Simpson Simpson was was granted granted good good behavior behavior credits credits and and discharged discharged from from parole parole effective effective at at the the beginning beginning of of the the month month I I met met Donahue Donahue

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"simpson " Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on Couples Therapy

"There's a mobile app. I mean they are really trying to help us get our heads right. And for listeners, a couple therapy, you can receive 65% off your first month of medication management and care counseling at get cerebral dot com slash therapy. Yep, go to get cerebral dot com slash therapy for 65% off your first month, which means it only costs $30 to get started. Join cerebral today on their mission to make quality mental healthcare accessible and affordable for everybody. Hey y'all, wanted to pop in real quick and let you know that if you like what you hear and you wanna support the show, there are a couple different ways. Most of our support comes from our wonderful Patreon community for $5 a month you get two bonus episodes of just us mostly spilling the tea. And occasionally searching for crazy bread in Los Angeles. Plus, lots of other bonus content. We love our page pals, and we couldn't do this without you. And if you want to join, go to Patreon dot com slash couples therapy pod. We also have merch, which includes gotta miss a bitch and jubu t-shirts, which you can find in the link tree in our Twitter or insta bios. And for absolutely $0, you can rate and review the show on Apple. 5 stars, please. It'll only take ten seconds and it helps us tremendously. Okay, that's it. We love you deeply. Now back to the show. And we're back, Andy with Brian Simpson. We ready to handle your.

"simpson " Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on Couples Therapy

"And some of you, and then I tried a few years back when I was living in a homeless shelter when I first moved to LA. It was a four veterans. It was a veteran. I racked veteran homeless shelter. And they make you use all of your VA benefits and medical stuff. And so I tried to go to therapy then. And I think I made it through three sessions with the First Lady and then she gave me homework. That's a no, no. I'm not. No, I'm not going home with Stan Tron's and now you evaluate me and it's just stressful. It's something I gotta think about, you know? And then the second lady, I remember her, I remember the, 'cause I used to catch the bus out there in the bus made me like, you know, 14 or 15 minutes late. And. That's it, in LA. Yeah. And this was all the way to west LA too. From my from little Armenia to west LA. Okay, that's okay, so you're taking what the two that all the way straight across? No, not all the way. You take the two, two, I forget the station. Take the two to a train station and take a train to another place and then take another bus. To the VA. You know, isn't this that sort of thing? You gotta leave two hours early just to make sure that kind of thing, and I was 15 minutes late and I'll never forget that we were in the middle of some deep shit and she was like really empathetic and concerned and that sort of thing. And then when the clock hit the time it was over, she just switched up. Just got real cold and like, well it's 2 o'clock and you know just from now on be on time. I was like, well, 'cause I feel you, but at the same time,.

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"simpson " Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

06:48 min | 8 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Wow. Well, I'll say what I'll say this. I would probably say the marines, but at least most of the people in positions of power in the military Yes. Where's the ouch in show business, you can just fail your way to the top, you know? And because all you have to do is be associated with something that is successful and no one no one ever looks into it to find out if you were part of the success or was it successful in spite of you? Right. Right. Or you just walk by the day it was successful. See what I mean? Right. Like you could have been in a person, you could have been a person that was trying your damnedest to ruin Mary with children. And but then you get to go to your next gig and go. I was the executive this or that on one of the most successful TV shows. And they go, okay, we'll put you in charge of this show and then you ruin that. You know? The difference is that in Hollywood, the business people of the show business don't necessarily, they don't, they don't get churned out fast enough. They don't, you know, they. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. You get in a position of power and you're pretty much stay that way unless you rape somebody or murder somebody. And even then you might not mind your job. Right, right, right, right, right, right. Yeah. And so that's to me, that's my big problem with Hollywood. It's just that there's no accountability in terms of the business people interfering with the creative side of stuff. Yeah, yeah, show this is like all West Point grads that were the children of generals. Right. Right, it's almost like, man. We pulled this off. We pulled this off in spite of you being here. Yeah. And you honestly believe that you were integral to the success of the project. Right. Yeah. That's a really good way of putting it. But talking about that, you know, you talk about the foster care the military stuff, the decision to come into this business is not, it's not an easy one to make when you are black when you don't come from money. Like I'm saying this all for myself too. Where it was like, I felt like if I was going to do this, there was no choice but to succeed. And I didn't have a long time to find out. Do you know what I mean? Hey, you write about that. I started when I was 28. And yeah, it was a decision, but it was also I was captivated by the idea of getting away with it. Because, you know, we have our little pockets, our little islands of happiness, right? Between the sea of depression filled with islands of joy, right? And when I'm on those islands of joy, I'm always like, I'm so damn lucky that I get to do this. I feel like I feel like I beat the game and now I'm playing back through with the extra items, you know? The unlocked items and yeah, it's not a smart decision to make with your life. And I never advise anyone to do it. Yeah. You know, whenever something young comics or whatever hit me up and they go, hey man, you got any advice? I'm like, make sure you really wanna do this 'cause you might not make it. And ain't nothing to do with your talent. None of that is like this shit's not fair. It ain't right, you know, and the happy stories are great, but it's like, it's definitely not something I would advise you to do. It's like, it's like telling somebody to be a musician, you know? Be a DJ, you know? Yeah, it's like, you could be dead mouse in 5 years, but you might just be. You might just be right. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Well, you're right. It's a funny decision, but to be honest with you everyone in my life was pushing me to keep doing this. Oh, that's good. So I don't know. I mean, those people really believe that I would ever be successful, but they really did believe that I was funny. You know, so. It's not like talent is immaterial. Because it can get because I've been thinking about this a lot that because I came out here and then I was just like, oh, I got real cynical real quickly and I was just like talent, who gives a shit. No one cares about that, right? But then I'm like, well, in a sense, there is something where like if you are good, it could put some people on your side at the very least. They still hire their children and their friends. First, but it might in the long run talent might help win out. Well, I don't know about win out. But no, no. Well, I think if you stay around long enough, you know, but I think that's not fair. I think there's that pressure that I always felt and I don't know if you feel this Brian too, this idea of being quote undeniable. And it's like, that's a lot of fucking pressure. You know what I mean? And I feel like that is not pressure that a lot of white kids who are funny feel. You know, her kids who just want our creative or who just want to do comedy. You know, I don't know, I don't know what's happening. It's something when I first got real serious about comedy, my mother told me that, you know, in every situation, it's always black excellence versus white mediocrity. And it's not that every white person is mediocre, but it's that you can need. You're allowed to be and still and for the same opportunity you can be okay and get it. I have to be amazing. Right. And so and I've always just kept that in mind where it's like, and I don't know how to be a mate because it's not like it's not like an amazing gym, you can go to. And work on your amazing, you just have to hope that someone sees it or thinks it or whatever. Yeah, and every time I felt like I felt that I would shake my fist at the sky and curse Zach galifianakis because that quote is attributed to him, right? He was like, just be undeniable. I mean, that's the first time I heard it. Oh, okay. It's him saying it. So yeah, but that's not something that you can be. All you can do is just keep working. Right. Yeah, right? Because trust me, somebody will deny you. You know what I mean? Exactly. They will find a way. But you know what I found too was finally when I got to the point where I stopped caring about.

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"simpson " Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

06:17 min | 8 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Welcome. Welcome. Welcome to another episode of couples therapy. My name is Andy. And I am Naomi. We're a real-life couple. A real life couple of comedians. And on couples therapy, we answer a couple different questions from a couple different listeners. Naomi, it was just your birthday, a little while ago for the listeners. A week ago for us, just a handful of days. Yes. And you got many texts from your estranged family members. Did you know I did? I got texts from family that I haven't spoken to or heard from. It was a roller coaster. But it's so funny. What kind of a roller coaster? Emotional. Yes. What? What kind? You were there. Yeah, did it feel like a real one? Did you feel the wind in your hair? The vomit in your throat? Well, my stomach did. And it did clench. But I will say the best one was from my Nigerian grandmother. What I love, of course, is she writes in all caps, but she's 90 blessed, okay? But what she's in this last email, she was like, so good to hear from you. Hope you're doing well, and that it was love to do boy. In all caps, J EW BOI won word. Now, walk me through this. Now she meant to write Joe boo, correct? Yes. I assume so. But if that's the case, then that means I'm like, she's out here watching my comedy. You know what I'm saying? Because even though jubo. Yeah, sure. Much love to the Hebrew lad. The Hebrew ad you've shacked up with. Jubilant almost sounds like a superhero, though. For some reason I'm imagining a cape, star of David in the center of your outfit. But I was like, it's also like, oh God, drew boy also sounds bad. You know, so I was like, so I was like, I can't engage with you boy, but of course the first thing I did was screen grab it and show it to you. And you did think you did tell me it should be a T-shirt. Yes. The whole the whole time. The whole text should be a T-shirt. Yeah, that's good. All the chaos. Listeners, would you enjoy that? A T-shirt that's just a text from Naomi's 90 year old Nigerian grandmother. It was very tender. T-shirts, by the way, Naomi. Oh, baby. Good holiday present would be a couples therapy T-shirt, a Jew boo. Boo. Proper spelling. Proper spelling. Two different styles. You gotta break vibe and you got the classic O's, our bagels and the W's a minora. So how whimsical do you want to be? That's the question when you make this purchase. You got to miss a bitch t-shirts. We got all the t-shirts for your holiday needs. All the teas for your holiday needs. In the literary and our social media bios. Speaking of holiday needs, I believe there's a little something you guys are gonna need to do this kwanza. Yeah. All right, this kwanza season. What day of kwanza specific? The fourth day, ujima, which I do believe is collective. Not collective work and cooperative economics, I believe. Ujjayi cooperative economics, which honestly may work, the cooperation. Would that be called socialism? Possibly. On Wednesday, December 29th, you can watch season three of the standups on Netflix. Your girl is episode two. Okay, so if I ain't in your queue, you better add it to the cube, and I want you to watch my half hour special on Netflix. We need the numbers. We need to go viral. We need to create a cultural moment. We need to go viral. You know, we need to go back to sound like a character in an Aaron Sorkin show. We got to go viral. Studio 60. Is that here's hurricane? Yeah, the one that didn't last. Exactly. So, but I just want people to watch, you know, I feel like it was great. I was there, again, obviously, I'm biased. Because I love you. But even if I hated you, I would have to, I would have to admit watching that being like, damn, that was a gosh darn. Gosh, darn, good set of improv. I'm stand up. So I just hope that, yeah, I hope it translates. You know, and I think all the listeners of CT, they know the journey that I've been on with this and putting it together in two months in a pandemic, trying to be the best, get it together. You can not hold my makeup against me y'all. I told you what happened with my makeup, especially if you own Patreon. So I wanna hear just focus on the content, focus on the content, baby girls, okay? Because that's what I have. But yes, December 29. I think that day on Patreon will do an episode where we watch it and give a behind the scenes commentary, right? Oh yeah, the page is always getting the inside track. We're always pulling back the sit curtain of showbiz. Speaking of the stand ups Naomi. Our guest today. Now we did this is what we did. We tried to do a couple episodes. Leading up to the release of the standups on Netflix, December 29th. Is that at midnight on the night before? Probably. With some of your fellow stand ups from that. So this week we have Brian Simpson. Yes, indeed, Bryan Simpson is so lovely so funny. Recently named one of vulture's comedians, you should and will know in 2021 and quite frankly, that's the fact 'cause he about to be on Netflix. So you can and should, no. This is great. We recorded this a couple months ago because we thought the status were coming out in October. That was what was supposed to happen. Absolutely. And Brian, it's super at the actual at your actual taping afterwards. We're standing outside. He came over and introduced himself. I know. He's like a nice friend. Look, you guys are in here, but his life, you know, it's so interesting. And he's so open. And we love it. Okay? So I say, let's stop pussy footing around and get to Brian Simpson. Roll it. How you doing? What's going on? What do you feel inside? I'm feeling good, man. I'm feeling I'm feeling relieved. I have taken the week off just to decompress. And.

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CNN's Jake Tapper Slams Major Corporations for Being 'Blinded' by Chinese Cash

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 9 months ago

CNN's Jake Tapper Slams Major Corporations for Being 'Blinded' by Chinese Cash

"But Jake tapper mainly because of his concerns over paying Shui. Paying who is the tennis player? Am I getting that right? Accused China's former vice premier Jean galo of sexually assaulting her. And so then she disappeared, of course, because it's China. Tapper emphasized the world tennis association's attempt to protest China's brutality I'm reading from mediaite. I can't believe I'm reading from mediaite. It's kind of weird segment as this. Is far more strident than what the International Olympic Committee has done to prepare to host for the 2020 winter games. Tapper said, yes, the Olympics are supposed to be free without politics. But this is not about politics. The allegations against the Chinese government go far beyond his treatment of Shwe. That's the least of our concerns. But the real problem is that people that pay U.S. taxes and that are allegedly U.S. citizens, they have gotten unbelievably rich off of allowing China to rise to power. Many members at the top levels of the generation that came to power in the 70s and 80s, the septuagenarian generation, the Pelosi and Schumer's, they prioritized instant stimulus profits from Mainland China over the welfare of the nation. Here's CNN Jake tapper. I mean, he just unleashes on this. I'm sure he'll be reprimanded. Play cut 13 right now. That Simpsons episode in Hong Kong disappeared like Peng Shi. Disappeared, like citizen journalist Zhang Jian, whom the Chinese government has locked up for telling the truth about COVID-19. Disappeared like the consciences of the millionaires and billionaires in Hollywood and the NBA and the IOC and Wall Street are all so eager for Chinese cash. They are pretending none of this is happening. There is no amount of money that can buy enough soap to wash that blood off their hands. So, I'm going to give you the cynical interpretation that I'm going to give you the other interpretation. The cynical interpretation as Jake tapper doesn't believe that. And he found some sort of intern that isn't a Bolshevik at CNN and said, hey, I want the 9 p.m. slot for Fredo that was just fired. Can you just like take some of Tucker's monologues and then launder them through a CNN filter? And then let me say them because then I can get the 9 p.m. slot. That's the cynical interpretation is that Jake tapper found some intern that isn't a communist that CNN and wrote that monologue after that. I'll be honest, that was a copy paste of something that Tucker Carlson has been saying for the last three years.

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Lawyer Alan Dershowitz on the Rittenhouse Prosecutors' Violation of the Constitution

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 9 months ago

Lawyer Alan Dershowitz on the Rittenhouse Prosecutors' Violation of the Constitution

"Right now, the jury is deliberating or there arguing over many different kind of technical aspects or issues of evidence being provided. You know, professor Dershowitz, you are the expert on this. Have you ever seen a prosecution act like this prosecution did, especially in regards to potentially challenging the Fifth Amendment rights of Kyle, the defendant? Do you think that was an intentional tactic to try to trigger a mistrial? What's your take on that with all of your experience? Tragically I've seen this happen over and over again, prosecutors constantly violate the constitution and judges let them get away with it. Discharge has been criticized, because he hasn't let them get away with it. If the shoe were on the other foot, if this were a black lives protester who had killed and was being charged and was claiming self defense, the hard left media would be taking exactly the opposite. You know, it'd be praising the judge et cetera. So this is clearly a violation of the constitution, what the prosecution did. And I said, from day one, because this case is going badly for the prosecution. They may win. I can't predict the outcome of the case. But because they thought the case was going badly, they may have deliberately tried to get a mistrial without prejudice so that they could start all over again and do a better job. The same thing happened in the O. J. Simpson case. When the O. J. Simpson case wasn't going well, the prosecution tried to get rid of jurors. And go below them 12 numbers in order to do it again. I actually argued that aspect of the case went to LA and prevented them from doing that, but prosecutors will do that from time to time.

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Alan Dershowitz: Kyle Rittenhouse 'Should Be Acquitted'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:25 min | 9 months ago

Alan Dershowitz: Kyle Rittenhouse 'Should Be Acquitted'

"If Kyle rittenhouse is convicted, it'll be one of the biggest disgraces in a courtroom that we'll have seen since O. J. Simpson was acquitted. Right now, 12 jurors and 6 alternates being chosen by lottery. There's a jury pool of 18. They're going to have 12 juries who get to hear the case. I mean, what a doozy it was. To watch this, Katie pavlich had great analysis Katie from town hall dot com. She was on the 5 yesterday. Here's how she said that the prosecutors blew up their own case. So the defense has been able to go back to the evidence with the jury to show them to let them see what happened. Whereas the prosecution has repeatedly changed their story based on their own witnesses blowing their case. Gage gross gross for example, admitting that he was fired upon by Kyle rittenhouse after he pointed his Glock 19 in his face. And so therefore proved the self defense case for the jury. Legal scholar Alan Dershowitz, who frankly, I think emerged as a shining light during the Trump era, he was on with Sean Hannity last night and he said the correct verdict in this case, the Kyle rittenhouse case would be acquittal. I never predict, because I've been in this business too long and Jerry's surprise and we don't know what the jury deliberations are about. We don't know what who the jurors are. I do think that there can't be a possible conviction of attempted murder on the victim alleged victim who admitted that he had pointed a gun at him seconds before he was shot. As to the two who were killed, I don't think you can make a prediction. I do think that the evidence does not show beyond a reasonable doubt that he committed a crime and that even if he were to be convicted, there would be very, very, very serious issues on appeal. So I'm not going to predict, but I'm going to tell you that the right verdict in this case would be an acquit. That doesn't mean that this young man should be praised for coming with an AR-15. That doesn't mean he's a hero. It just means the government failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he did not act in self defense. That's a high burden. I don't believe the government met

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Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | 10 months ago

Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

"Folks I am talking to Joel berry not to be confused with crunch berry or really any berry, Joel berry you're your own man, and you grew that beard of your own volition. Did you grunt it out in hopes of landing a gig with the Babylon bee? Because I know that if they see an unbearded youth walk in, they just think like he's probably not reforms enough for us, right? Yeah. Well, I was hired and I started reading spurgeon and like the next morning, it just was incredible. I'm going a beard virtually all the time. But I just shave it off before anybody notices. But I want you to know that it's there. You know, it's happening, basically. It's happening as much as your beard is happening. It's growing about the same rate. See that sometimes. I think you should the next few years. If you take certain vitamins, you could like grunt it out in four days. It's unbelievable. Okay, so here's my question for you. When you were growing up, like ten minutes ago, who were your heroes? Who were your comedy heroes? Is there anything that influenced you or what's your comedy thing? Well, you know it came a little bit later in life. I'll be honest. I was homeschooled very sheltered. You know, I grew up in the world where you know you don't watch The Simpsons, you know, you stay away from The Simpsons. So I had to kind of play catch up later on. But I want to know what level are we talking? It's one thing to avoid The Simpsons. It's another thing to turn your own butter. Like where were you on that spectrum? You were maybe a step above churning our own butter. We were pretty long Jean skirts on the ladies. Oh yes. And like a whole Holly hobby kind of aesthetic? Yeah. So those early Apple on B jokes where we would talk about the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, introducing its first baptist supermodel in the long Jean skirt. Those jokes were also too good. It's too good. So yeah, so what did so when did you I mean, was it reading the onion? What was it? What were you reading that made you think I want to do this? Unless it was the B itself. Yeah, it was the B itself, you know? I think the bee was originally inspired by what the onion did. Our founder Adam Ford, he read an onion headline shortly after the Alberta fell decision when they redefine the meaning of marriage at the Supreme Court. And it was something to the effect of forced Supreme Court Justices suddenly realized that they will be the villains in an upcoming Oscar winning movie. You know? And that's a pretty good headline, right? Yeah, it's very good. And I think Adam at that point, he read that. And even though he vehemently disagreed with the point of view of the onion, he had to respect the joke. Why aren't we doing

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Dream Toys-intro+wrap ED1

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Dream Toys-intro+wrap ED1

"The U. K. toy retailers association released its list of twelve dream toys for Christmas the classics are on the list of lego Barbie and hot wheels feel Hooper's spin master has a hot toy from a new movie pop patrols chase to win one transformer the critical scenes with the transformation it plays a major part in the movie this call is being designed to replicate that transformation exactly there's also gassy Gus players beat him with food items displayed on the cards and pumping his head to see his belly bulge the big issue this Christmas though for toy shoppers is supply and demand prices will be higher because of supply chain issues Alan Simpson is with the toy retailers association if you have time early so that you can actually get across and get your plan may as opposed to having to resolve their plan B. or plan C. Simpson says expect to pay more for the bigger box items I'm a Donahue

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Jessica Simpson Posts Unrecognizable Photo on Instagram

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:55 min | 10 months ago

Jessica Simpson Posts Unrecognizable Photo on Instagram

"Listen, I know much of the country is falling apart, but I saw something this morning that I don't think I can unsee. There's a picture of Jessica Simpson, Jesus Christ yesterday, Jessica Simpson posted a throwback Instagram picture to honor her four years of sobriety. And in the caption of the pic, she explained that the person in this photo is an unrecognizable version of herself who used to booze who used booze to numb their issues. I'll tell you what, I never thought she would balloon up to this size. To me, Jessica Simpson, the day she thought, when she had that show with Nick Lachey, whatever that newlywed show was called, that reality show, one of the first of its kind, she was so adorable on that show. I know she was a nitwit and airhead, but what a sexy girl man. And when we were talking about chicken of the sea, she didn't understand tuna fish was chicken of the sea and so innocent, so sexy that, listen, ladies, a lot of men that night went bananas because we can't take when a girl that young and sexy doesn't quite get it. I know it makes us sound shallow. I get it, but to us a girl like that who looks as hot as that, they kind of appear helpless and that's when guys want to move in. I'm not saying it's a good trait. You know, I'm saying that's the way a lot of guys get. And boy, she was something for a while. But listen, the caption on this photo, everybody's using Instagram now to spill their personal lives out. The caption read, the person in the and by the way, if you have Instagram, well, we all have Instagram. Go to her page and look at this picture. You're not going to believe it's her. You're not going to believe it's

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"simpson " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

05:54 min | 11 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"He has a genius level ability when he needs to. because he's a genius level. Billy playing chess somehow in fact he's a second best chess player in all of springfield. Figure that one out. He's so strong that one time he picked up a motorcycle and use it like a hand. Held weapon like a baton. A motorcycle to smash the heck out of something you know and i kept thinking. Why does this feel so familiar. Who does homer simpson. Remind me of and we just said it. It hit me. He's just like scooby doo. I clearly detailed this earlier. Classic episode of who'd win of. Scooby doo versus. Michael myers and scooby doo. Clearly was a sorcerer. A reality warping character who could ride a jackhammer up a wall upside down and stay there then. Teleport crazy stuff. This is what homer simpson can do. House explain how he can so intellectual so intellectually challenged one moment and at the next moment he has elon. Musk asked him for advice about space. Travel just thinking about. This explains how he might be out of breath going up the stairs then. He can run after and cash in the airplane preventive from taking off from the tarmac. And by the way you know so homer simpson doesn't die. Outside the treehouse of horror episodes. Anyway homer can't die or at least he won't stay dead for the more than a few seconds. Why because macaroni the creator of the simpsons once said homer never dies because god thinks it's funny to watch them get hurt just won't allow him to die. That's straight a quote from macaroni. You reser this means. God will not allow homer to die. Matthew and rate we may be dealing with a reality warping with superpowers who could enable themselves do whatever he needs whenever he needs to be done to anybody. Who's literally standing his way and by the way in a side note. He's prevented from dying by god. I'm starting to feel bad for peter griffin and all of this put all that together. That's my point number two. You know that that's maybe a little bit of a stretch there. I mean it's great that the author the writer had this funny idea of talking about this with homer simpson. I don't believe that it's actually effective cannon for the character james. I think you're taking a story that he said at a and trying to pretend that that's actually part of the show. So i would. I would push back on that point very very highly because i have to Dear lord but one of the things that i think differentiates these two homer does have a good amount of strength. When he chooses to do it. I would just again argue. He is not as effective a fighter. He doesn't have the same moves that peter does but the other thing that separates them. I wanna take a moment to mention is the fact that peter griffin is much more used to prolonged combat. Then homer simpson is when you watch these fights on the simpsons. They tend to last thirty seconds. A minute at most family guy has no problem. Stretching out a five six seven full commercial break to commercial break fight with peter griffin. Come back and fight some more so if it came down to who has the endurance between these two and who really could leg out. A long protracted battle peter griffin very obviously has the advantage there get it. Peter griffin needs a long time to finish off an opponent homer simpson needs about two minutes. You can just do that much quicker. That doesn't run out of jokes after two minutes. That's right because The simpsons about story and i can't you know what i can't peter family. I'm not gonna put down family guys writing. It's genius. I love it. I can't how dare you raised aquinas..

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"simpson " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"I'm not sure we can have you on a judge all right. Well it's been wonderful seeing you guys. Have i ever told good luck. Yeah yeah yeah. Let's let's see you're here. Let's just sure let's just say i've got nothing else going on. We're here yeah. Yeah i mean that's rare okay. So you're familiar with both characters. I'm not gonna ask you. Which one is your favorite. Even though it's clearly it's homer simpson with that being said how do you keep yourself. So centered and so judge like with us without leading to one side or another. Well i'm gonna. I'm gonna do what. I do on a daily basis which is compartmentalize every part of my life. So that i don't go into a downward spiral of shame and anxiety. I'm gonna pretend that i've never. I've never heard of these two characters. I have no idea why one character is is like this yellow color. The other character clearly is not shaped like a human being I'm gonna let you guys fill me on on all of this and and you know. I want to grab something off my shelf real quick here. I'm gonna. I'm gonna have my honorary judge drumhead badge share sitting next to me just so i just so i can keep my head straight and remember you guys remember the law. Well that means that whoever loses gets tried and sentence in pretty much executed at the end of the show Feel bad for your ray record for the people at home. He didn't miss speak. It's not judge dredd judge drug. Now i don't know what any of that means but i'm excited that you have that i made this 'cause i make things you know. Why not but yeah. My last name is rudd and so why not have an authentic judge drugged badge here with me at all times. I'm like in this. You know very rarely. Do the judges come prepared anticipating. They need paraphernalia. A them all if you will for the judge a ship of win this boats really..

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"simpson " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"simpson " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"Tv on the back wall turned to sports. Looks like a friendly exhibition between the red sox and isotopes. Hey turn this up our keep. I wanna see the socks creamed. These guys could be heard over. The rabble as peter griffin makes his thoughts known. I don't think you know what you're talking about. Pierced the noise as homer. Simpson defended his team. Several smart word gags and the style. Gic non-sequitur gags followed. And before you know it. The blood feud has been whipped into a frenzy. once again tonight will truly show the world who's animation domination is on top it's springfield versus.

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"simpson " Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"simpson " Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Back to twitch. And you bet you mentioned your sponsored by a bit. How did that come about. When did that come about. I'm in my fifth. Year was union. Bet that's the best twitching for four and a half years now and all the united events because they were just fantastic they. I mean obviously. Obviously i have to say let the genuine where all of them before i was known busta because the staff just friendly bubbly happily passionate polka did throw amazing events bodies be amazing tone to be well around by the best end stocks in europe. So because i went to leave lettuce i eventually got to know the staff and the staff wanted to launch a more aggressive plan in the uk. They wanted to gain buses. They want to launch pitching at And so they asked him. I said hell yes it as the other payment cards they keep doing it. Yeah tony told them that. I was doing that anyway. So yet it's worked out great for the community. Like i said it's just the friendliest nicest community just in the world. These little screenings formed relationships with them over the past five years. Been fortunate enough to meet a bunch of them. You've got events some of them. don't go to bentson. it's but it's a screen ended up growing berry fund and just very kind nice people. We have enough community at been following. The the best thing is that it's not just about the following migraine dwelling twitching. I'm playing the supernova on union. You bet saying oh yeah great weldon doll commiserations about that breakout whatever rolling for each other. The rail is for everyone who's in chats so they'll be people who just in the free rose because that's all they can afford and they'll be rallying the guy who's just fearless justice. How does that railing means by baguettes on them. And it's just the most wholesome lovely thing.

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"simpson " Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"simpson " Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Content warning miscellaneous cartoon violence were. Y'all were we're talking about the simpsons movie you're probably fine but like we're also gonna swear so listener discretion is still advised. I'm steven indra sano. And i'm chris judd. Regas from the iron silver in salt podcast and this week. We are talking about the simpsons movie in relation to under the dome now. I know what you're thinking stephen. Did you take this as an excuse to re watch the simpsons movie instead of doing something. Stephen king related kind of I promise you there is a connection especially given that. We're talking about under the dome. So chris let us talk the two of us about the simpsons movie now for those. You haven't seen it. It is what it sounds like. It was done in two thousand and seven. It is a movie length. Story set within the simpsons multi verse. I guess the thing with the simpsons. I've been watching all of the simpsons television episodes and number one fucking fantastic on like there's a reason why that the show got as big as it did. Yeah and the reason why it has stuck around for so long. The simpsons movie is primarily about the epa coming in and placing a giant glass. Dome over the town of springfield springfield good spring field because it is such a massive polluter that they just need to block it off from the rest of the continental united states. See the biggest joke in this. Movie is the epa having any sort of political power boom zing really punching down on the also having any sort of regulatory power during a republican administration. Powell he's on a roll folks. We have to talk about the similarities and differences between these two pieces of media. Because it is kind of buck wild that there were two major pieces of media that left lasting cultural scars. We have do pieces of media within two years about small towns in america getting closed off under specifically domes. So how are these the same. And how are these different irene. And talking about spoilers for under the dome part two or yeah. We'll go ahead and do light spoilers for under the dome part too. You can go ahead and watch the movie as well because they end quite differently. Oh yeah very much. So the biggest difference. I think politically. Is that the big bad in this. One is the us government and the big bad. In king's work is a kind of nebulous outside almost cosmological force. So we've got two very different depictions of the us government neither of which is particularly flattering. You know it's a real interesting thing. When stephen king's version of the us government is more flattering than the simpsons version of. That is very true but these by the way our environmental pieces which is also kind of fascinating. Because i don't think that either of them is really remembered for being that people just remember them for the giant dome that gets put over. The town began stone. Which is you know in fairness a pretty cool image side note. This movie aged very strangely. Yeah i think a lot of that has to do with being kind of the intersection between old simpson's and new simpson's because some of the darker humor in the early simpsons that is pretty much all been washed out by. This point is a central plot point of the movie. You know homers transformation from mean.

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"simpson " Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"simpson " Discussed on Can We Health You?

"Heal. My name is alice. Lloyd nutritional therapy practitioner. Leslie end up A registered yoga instructor. And today we are going to talk about the simpson the symphony and you didn't grow up watching the simpsons. I do not know i. My mom says i interviewed her for this l. Because i i. I knew that i of course i knew i did. But i'm like why you have. Yeah and she says it was a yeah she was a little you know she had to remember right. Rack the brain. It's been a while but it was like the language and the content for her inappropriate. Probably for your age for. I would agree with that. Yeah so. I was ten when that came out the first in nineteen eighty nine. Yeah the very first one Also she said that. It was past our bedtime. So i was like. Oh god what so. I looked it up online at aired on sunday at eight at eight eight thirty. Yeah and yeah. That was pester bedtime so anyway. Yes so the simpsons came out on december seventeenth nineteen eighty nine and. I'm pretty sure it was a christmas episode. where they got their. Okay had this little helper in. I actually watched the simpsons. Because i watched the tracey ullman show. Yeah which was a variety. Show which. I'm sure weren't able to watch was not but i was fourteen so i was a little older. Yeah and i did like the tracey ullman. Show and i saw the simpsons on it and i was too impressed in the i saw. It came out as tv show. I'm like oh. It's the same cartoons i was like a segment on yet little Since it was a variety show all right. There was little sketches in between russians. They had the simpsons. I feel and it could be wrong. But i feel like the story might have been like. You saw the first part of the story. A sketch than the story continued wrote. Get up in between. But i could be wrong but those first few seasons are pretty not great in my opinion. They're not that funny looking back at the animation..

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"simpson " Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"simpson " Discussed on The Cave of Time

"You looking forward to in the future. We'd never talked about this to do some more book reviews. I thought it was funny. Dirty episode did so well. I think we should do something more. Light hearted stuff like that. Yeah that was crazy wondering most successful. So it's just some together at the last minute. Yeah yeah yeah. Numbers have not nazi. Why i looked at it earlier in the week and it seemed stalled but still like we got over a thousand heads cross-platform then like dollars the again like i've been working so much i know idea so i guess we're at hundred describes on youtube delights. Picking up we got like fifty and fourteen subscribers. I mean whatever it's kinda negligible to be honest. It's very depressing. If i think about it to be honest. I don't think so. I think it's kind of nice. But yeah i mean where do you want. What do you think next week next week will be. There's a whole ton of books you want to do. I think in episode somewhat an order because he seems like a very fascinating character that neither of us know much about. There's a couple things that we wanted to cover which i not. What are the things that we wanted to cover last next week unless something like enormous what i would like to do. We need a third wheel. Who is who is our booker. Like all the podcasts. I want watch all the livestream that i watch. They have booker's we don't have time to be booking guests and everything. That's what sucks like if you go back in her catalog by the way to the new viewers. We've got some pretty decent guests in our back. Catalog like punching way above our weight. But there's just no time to be fucking booking these people i mean it would be sweet to get somebody like i'm tracy on a lot and he's i think we totally get onto. It's just we need somebody who's dedicated like finding getting in touch with them. Yeah no time to do this. Silver to civil to the saying. Don't feel down bro. Really into the stream would love to meet the rest of the community chats not very active. Yeah well we just switched over to july live fairly recently we. We're missing some of our fans like actually yeah shout out on nicotine and the fuck are you when you watch it on youtube. Where the fuck are you just comment on youtube. I guess i guess he guess we must. We must have put a stream that he didn't like that must have been what i haven't heard from him. It's been more weeks. Yeah it's been at least least week's hardest yearning for you andre you you know i was. Yeah i miss that guy. Anything grab. I haven't seen for forty five days or fit. I think we. I think we touched on stuff throughout so do you have anything else. When is the wins. The power change can happen. What is joe biden. Going to power january four feathers. I've been paying attention to is that it seems like january. Six is the last stand for people who think that trump will empower. So that's what. I've been paying attention to so let me. Maybe we should cover that for next week because it's going to be the second and so we should make our predictions and yeah we do that. Yeah i mean yeah okay going. I mean i'm not sure we all episode on that but it would make a grab bag thing to think of. And it's going to be ramping up. That'll be the weekend where all the news happens comes on that issue right. Yeah but if we're going to do that we need a guest on because you are staunchly against it. And i am kind of against it. It'll be very boring for the audience and we don't wanna we can talk about this off stream because it's boring. I feel like it's just boring for people who are only so then. Let's wrap it up o. J. simpson in the bag. The netflix special. Watch all the interviews with them. Follow him on twitter. Follow us on twitter. We just had a boom explosion on our twitter on our twitter being. Yeah we're like real people on twitter. Almost i feel blue checkmark pretty soon. What do you think.

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"simpson " Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"simpson " Discussed on The Cave of Time

"So it's like every it's like everything is larger than life like every character in. It isn't same linear. You're watching this and then you watch that. You can watch interviews with cuba gooding junior. And he's like well. We had two shots like a couple ways to like some of the things. I did like he was guilty and some of the takes he was innocent. So you'd never really know. And then he's like talking to steve. Harvey and steve harvey's looking at the fox he'd murdered everyone bear. What are you talking about. And he's like oh my goodness how could you say that with such conviction. We don't know we though it's like. I don't know what the fuck is going on in cuba gooding junior has like black all or something but he is straight face like well. We don't know we could go either way like fifty fifty on it like if you watch this video. You'll see the stark difference between the way people looking at you can notice. These people aren't lying. They're not like they're not like covering operating legitimately think he's innocent before before we get into the video on wire. Remember quick apology housekeeping. Sorry don john. I know last stream to weeks ago. Now don johns when the fuck you guys stream i wanna watch you guys live and like dude. It's every saturday at two thirty pm eastern an x. Next next week we're not we're nowhere to be found. We're off the face of the planet. Earth apologies to all the listeners. For that it's still. It's still the same thing that it always has been is still mean mike working too hard line and it's still the same thing it's like all winter we'll get we'll get calmer for me and michael hopefully have some more time to but that's what it was and that's why we're doing. Oj simpson right now to be quite honest But we'll talk more about that later. Let's get into this video. Yeah okay. cool Starting now before noon chicago time and history is in the making by the time. You all see this. You will already know history just like the rest of the country are waiting to hear. It live for the very first time. So you will be seeing this audience's reactions as the verdict is being read and so we wait. Are you nervous. Who's nervous nervous alvin. would you The envelope with our. Would you give those deputy. I wonder if women watched joe rogan. Jags my heart kyle. Simpson would you please stand and face. The jury is superior court of california county los angeles in the matter of the people of state of california versus orenthal james simpson case number. Be a zero nine seven two one one we the jury and then buffed entitled action. Find the defendant or job orenthal james simpson not guilty of the time of motor violence in the community. All right pausing now okay. So that was not guilty in the oprah audience. I do notice i do. Notice the ratio people sitting down to standing up. It does seem like You know it's definitely definitely a heavily black audience in there but it seems like a more black people. White people are standing up and cheering for this verdict. It's a little bit of across over across. Yeah yeah no. It definitely definitely breaks one way. And they're not just standing there like cheering like sports event sportsman like eight months. Trials like this has been eight months of this thing on television every single day. You know tracy was in the trial there a whole fashioned youtuber. Who's now in sensor dot tv. Yeah he was he was he was in the trial for this so weird you could see him some videos right. We'll pick it up at one. Eleven starting now at out of the information report at the state of california county of los angeles in the matter of people of california versus orenthal james simpson we the jury in the above entitled action. Find the defendant orenthal. James simpson not guilty of the crime of murder in violation of penal code section. One eighty seven a felony upon ronald lau. Goldman a human being as charged in count. Two of the information entire we along with the rest of the country saw this verdict as you saw it and the jury has spoken Our audience has been here most of the morning waiting to see the verdict. And lots of people as you saw had some real obviously very happy family very happy but justice was sounds like she's trying to be more. We'll try to let you have dot everyone here. Happy however not everyone here is happy. I noticed that you are not happy. It's just unfair everything. No i feel bad for her. She saying. I just feel like she's rolling over in her grave and he she said if he ever did it he would get away with that. That's what she said and we will be right back. Yeah yeah so we got. We got some dude in share. We got h seven eight nine and chat saying please subscribe hashtag. Sid who mouse walla well. H seven h nine. Call me. i'm looking at your channel. There's nothing going on there. Why would i subscribe to this one follower and you're not even following us if you follow us off all you but we'll move on after that i mean just like you see a difference like the jock on some of those women's faces. They're just like what like. How is this possible. I'll flick is happening right now. The other the other girls are like i knew it like i knew he was innocent. The whole time they vindicated. And it's like you said it's like it's like sports game or something. It's like watching watching sports. But i do. I do remember looking into this myself and being fairly confident that oj simpson is a murderer But it's been it's been over a decade. Since i looked into this so the fog of memory in my mind. I'm like well you know. Maybe he is innocent. Maybe i maybe. I missed something But the fact that. I remember looking into it thinking he was guilty. Every single person who i respect who speaks on the topic says he is guilty. I just assumed that he is guilty. And this is a murder on twitter. Who's now you don't think it's nice. Hewish cy opt constructed by cnn exactly. that's exactly what i'm saying. It is but there's some great videos bitching about how it's all like a jewish conspiracy ringling all the all. The people involved are trying because like all the people involved are actors. Because they live in. Brentwood hollywood i guess and like oj simpson's acting and like all his girlfriend's are trying to be actors and like he's related to the kardashians who are like notorious like horse for retention yay. Good friends i. I used to really love mad tv. Like there was kind of a kind of like a coke versus pepsi feud between snl and Mad tv. And i was mad. Tv guy and i remember Cato cato cato. Guys.

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