34 Burst results for "Taibbi"
Octavia Spencer Apologizes for Prenup Joke
"All right. Now tabby taibbi spencer has apologized to britney spears and sam gary remember we were talking about the prenup situation and she made a joke. You know to make sure. You get a pre-nup wednesday announced britney spears announced that she was engaged. Whoa now she's apologizing for that. She apologized privately and she wrote an instagram posts. Y'all a few days ago. Sam britney announced their engagement and me being me. I made a joke. My intention was to make them laugh. Not cause pain. I restarted this lovely cup of privately to apologize and now wants to restore just a smidge of happiness. That they were robbed of. She said britney fans have seen her through a lot of pain and found happiness where thrilled for her seles. Show them love no negativity
Substack Newsletters Are Unbundling the News Industry
"Week there was a A twitter thread by a professor named sarah roberts who is the co leader and co founder of the ucla center for critical internet inquiry. Who stated goal is quote strengthening democracy through culture making and she went on this tirade about sub stack. Which is obviously where i you know. I work you're gonna work and the threat is kind of amazing. And it's it's the reason. I think it's worth talking about is because this is becoming a thing now There have been a number of features in places like the new yorker and and the new york times wrote about some And there's this increasing like Message that sub stack is like. It's not just annoying but it's dangerous. And so she. She wrote a series of tweets. The first one says some is a dangerous direct threat to traditional news media of more importantly it's threat to journalism. And here's the argument. Journalists make their name doing reporting This is governed by norms and practices in ethics flawed and not always achieve true but president and guiding. What newsrooms do in every way. Yes people not inside. Journalism or media may not know the specifics but they often have a nebulous sense that there are norms independence disclosure of compromise editorial oversight and vetting of the reporting. That's what makes them trust enough to buy or read or watch. What's less obvious is when there is a reporter who makes her name in the newsroom. Traditional paper or fully online outlet then leased for subject or any analog taking that name reputation earned from work done in the context. I just stated in this way and investigative reporter who has earned her bona fide in a newsroom and underbush strict editorial and journalistic principles has just cashed out and turned herself into an opinion writer. She likes it because she's finally got her independence from an editor. Please do not writer or pay sub stack. I have to say it. I believe it's dangerous. Take keyed you read it here. I
Are First Amendment Violations and Censorship the Same Thing?
"I know this is something some people including myself in the past before i became a total expert on struggle with joke about making a game show out of censorship. First amendment violation. Can you also define the differences and the relationship between those two things. Because i think people are those words around a lot. The first amendment violations can stretch well beyond censorship but censorship is a quintessential violation of the first amendment. When you asking matt if it's problematic for a member of congress to ask a platform to cease hosting content from a particular worker source it's only a first amendment problem if congress acts if a member of congress is acting. They're effectively a private individual making a request but without the force of law so that doesn't rise to the level of state action necessary to trigger a first amendment violation but there are certainly first amendment principles that are implicated in that space. We should be very alarmed. I think about public servants playing fast and loose with the distinction When we when i think about first amendment violations stretch beyond the realm of censorship in some of the ones there that come to mind include prior restraints on demonstrations. That's an arena. Which i've done a lot of time trying to stop governments from preventing people from assembling as we're constitutionally entitled to petition the government for redress of grievances which is it's not just a press freedom violation. It's a violation of several different components of the first amendment at once when we think about censorship that's more specifically targeting the press so it's a little more specific example One example among a broader set. You might say that would fall. Under the first
"taibbi" Discussed on Capitalisn't
"Is that where it begins. Are we in a case of us. It's always been in. It's just gotten worse or did something fundamentally changed. No huge changes in the media business. I grew up with the media. My father is a television reporter so from birth. Basically everybody that i've known in my life has worked in this business. We went through. Some very significant changes specially in the late eighties and early nineties was really three things The i was the development of twenty four hour news cycle put tremendous stress on news companies to create content at a pace. They never had before and one of the first things. They realized that really worked was just putting to people on set and having them argue with each other arguments sold conflict sold in that was easy and profitable. That's the first thing. The second thing is that the internet completely changed the financial model of media. Newspapers for instance us to really depend on their distribution advantage. That was all wiped out. An instant when the internet came along distribution no longer mattered so it made it impossible to have a dependable add base and that created news stresses to make money which of course impacts the third thing which is that fox news is covered a dependable new way to make money which was based on the idea of rather than trying to get the whole audience. Let's just pick a demographic and let's try to dominated by feeding at news. We know they're gonna like that was very successful for them for a while they were the outlier but over time. The sorting process developed in now the trump years basically. Everybody does that to some degree or another these. Three things have greatly heightened the commercial pressure to create this polarizing media landscape. So let's get his trade. So the fact that in the past and media was objective quote unquote was not because the were better people simply because the business model was different as you said in in your book the either digest advertising was told i want to be in the middle of the road to capture the entire market and today the business changes. So the media's changed some of the rhetoric of the great Old media of the past in fact is overstated in part is because the business model was in their favor but impact and he has chomsky is not that great in talking about that we should insist there was a lot of consensus but some of this consensus was on the wrong dimension right. Oh of course. I'm not at all saying that. The the old system was better or more honest. You know a company. Like cbs was going for the whole audience. They wanted to sell as much as many ads. Could and that was how the quote unquote objective. New style developed was basically like a lukewarm liquid medium that they created to sell the most possible ads except the one big difference was they were very successful in creating kind of unifying myths for the whole population. This new form of media doesn't bother with that you're right it's it's just a different animal unfortunately commercially it has the impact of dividing people a little bit more actually raises an interesting question as a unifying myth better than a series of That apart it's a great question. You know i. I actually talked with chomsky about this a little bit before. I sat down to read this book..
Reach Out and Gather In with Karen Ehman
"Well i am so happy to have caring eamon with today. She's in new york times bestselling author speaker with thirty ministries she writes for encouragement today and has an online devotional that reaches over four million women daley she's authored fifteen bucks and i'm really excited to talk about your newest book. Karen reachout gather in. Can you kind of tell us what brought you to this book. And what's the what's the heart behind it. Sure and thanks so much for having me. It's just great to be with you today. Well i grew up in a home. I had a mom who was just so giving and so loving but had a very different personality than me. She's pretty quiet and shy. And you know. I'm one of these people. That's at the party with lamp shade on my head and i have always talking In so i didn't the same kind of personality that she had. But there was one aspect of her behavior that i just really wanted to emulate and that was the fact that she had this philosophy in life. That if you ever felt like things weren't going your way and your circumstances had you down that you always need to remember that. There's somebody out there. Has it worse off than you. So go find that person and make their day and in some strange way. It makes sure as well and i just saw her live this out. I just saw her a very others. Centered person a very welcoming person. And as i grew up in became a christian as a teenager. I saw that my goodness she got this from the bible. You know she was a believer and i i saw that. That's how the lord calls us to live to not be so self-focused always thinking what's in it for me but to be somebody who tries to reach out in and tries to look for that person and notice that person who leased expects to be seen Wow that's so powerful and so needed in this time. i think maybe it's personality taibbi. It's just the time we're in but it's just so easy to become self focused. I don't think we mean to but it's just like it's easy to believe that the world revolves around us. Has it come naturally to you to be other centered. Sometimes it has. I would honestly say with others outside my family it acts. I'm pretty good at reaching out to others and putting others first and you know trying to keep them happy or make them happy and make them feel that sometimes within my four walls of a little more difficult you know. I think that we all know. Sometimes family brings out the worst us and sometimes i wonder if that's just because you know our friends and coworkers neighbors you know. They have a choice whether or not they want to hang around us or whether or not. They're gonna like us that our family have no choice right so sometimes we let our bad behavior just kind of bubble up to the surface and we bent on them. Because you know they're not going anywhere they're stuck with us right so i would say it comes pretty naturally with other people outside my home but i have to work on a little more with people inside my home. That's where i tend to be more selfish. Yeah well and we're living in this world right now where you know. I think with covid and everything. We're not able to gather and we've been. I wonder sometimes we were so busy beforehand that maybe we didn't have time together. What are you hearing from people when it comes to this idea of connecting in a deeper way and becoming others focused. I think covid has really changed. Things i know before. It seems like sometimes we would gross about hamanaka gotta go to that meeting church. You know i've got to go to another soccer game. You know even though my child rather gets in the game. He kinda rides the bench. But i've gotta go and be the good mom and we kinda groused about those impersonal things and we tended to gravitate more to our phones. You know we get addicted to our phones and we have them always with us in in our pocket and we can let them easily divert us from the real life happening in front of our faces. But i think in a weird way for me and for people that i'm close to. It's kind of switch things now. We're kind of tired of screens. Were tired of being on zoom meetings. We're tired of only getting you know our human interaction through the face of our phone or over screen as we work at home or whatever and now we're kind of craving those in person meetings we we had. I'm in michigan and michigan has opened. I think much more slowly than a lot of the rest of the country but we did have Some friends over outdoors. Socially distanced had our masks on came over for just a little cookout. And i remember when they last just crying thinking what a blessing that was to hang out with our friends and to talk to them to see them face to face even though it was in our backyard and we had our lawn chairs kind of spread out from each other. But i used to take that for granted. And when i had another invitation to a high school graduation had already been to seven the ear. I'm like i don't wanna go. I'm tired of people and now yeah. I missing people. Missing people sell its Flip-flopped a little bit the the in person interaction and the the screen time or the screen interaction touching screens. I think we're spending so much time now touching screens that we miss actually touching lives.
US Supreme Court: The possible nominees to fill vacancy
"Of you paid attention to who the possible nominees are. People are talking about Amy Kuney Barrett and Barbara Lago do you know but these judges and can you tell us anything about them? Sure I mean there. It's almost certain to be Amy Coney Barrett. Just because trump has generally deferred to actually others throughout his four years especially when it comes to the higher court, the Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court, and there's really a pretty big consensus around amy. Barrett, there some talk that like trump would be helped in Florida if he went the other way. But I'll be I'll be very shocked if it's not her now she is you know a a more or less. Predictable right wing jurist. I think her her confirmation. We'll have enormous effects just because I think it's clear. She's a reliable vote to overturn Roe v Wade where. Probably, in her absence, they would just continue cutting the meaning of that precedent down. You know because even as of today it's it's been made so hard to get an abortion in the south that weather would wanNA speak of. A meaningful federal right to abortion is already open to question in in many other areas. She'll just confirm that drift to the supreme, court in this liberal direction, which actually some of the Democrats on on the panel have have kind of colluded and in taking it toward in recent decades. So the addition of one person is rarely like catalytic or transformative. Maybe on this one issue of abortion, it would actually lead five of the justices without chief justice, Roberts to overturn Roe v Wade, which might not happen otherwise and I'm not suggesting that's not a big deal. It is, but probably in most other areas of law, it would just be like the same more of the same except more. So so so what are the different ways that you see this playing out Let's say this happened than Biden is elected He then gets to replace I assume the next soon to retire Justice Briar I believe, right? I mean. We. Assume that Clarence Thomas would try to outlast Joe Biden in the same way that Ruth Ginsburg tried to outlast Donald. Anything could happen right and you happen and of course, we should probably talk about interesting relationship between Biden and Clarence Thomas. How much of a? Let's go there. How much did Biden in neighb- ball Clarence Thomas is Supreme Court. Or empower him as a sitting Supreme Court justice while he was instrumental as as the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, I mean you know we can get personal. But in we've all seen, you know whatever the you know the Netflix's reenactment of this level. But you know the truth is that Biden you know maybe like all of us only more so again has been a prisoner of his time all the way along and at that moment The He he responded you know as part of the like con, the comedy of the Senate required. You know he hung out with these other white men and they decided that this wasn't a big enough deal and there was deference even in a democratically controlled Senate to the you know right of the president to nominate a supreme. Court justice when a seat is vacant we've totally given up those those norm sense really as a country, but you know within the Senate to. You know I definitely think he sh- his treatment of Anita Hill is part of the record that we ought to think seriously about it's mainly testament to changing norms in the country about gender and about sexual violence and so I but I. so but I would kind of broaden out to less about his own limitations which may be substantial and more about you know. Where we've come why really starting with Robert bork before through the Clarence Thomas Nomination, and through our time we've we've really converted national politics into like these psycho dramas around filling supreme court seats, and again, the reason is not having to do with any of these individuals Biden Thomas. it's more with what's at stake, which is policy making authority over all Americans and it it is. It's. It's hard to argue that this particular institution auto habit
Understanding the border dispute between India and China
"Together China in India account for more than one third of the entire population of the world, and if you believe the predictions of Keisha Mahbubani, remember him. He's been a skit on this program. He's the distinguished Singaporean intellectual. He says the future is Asian, and it's China's and India's to shame. But as my next guest points out. There, a deep historical tensions between these two budding global superpowers, which might make that impossible. China and India share land border in the Himalayas which has been in dispute since nineteen, sixty two, and it's been a pretty quiet style for decades, however, since May tensions have been rising nuclear powers facing off in a remote corner of the Himalayas, the disputed Kashmir region. This is the first the classroom this border in forty five years Indian government confirmed twenty of its soldiers were killed in the clash. China seems to now be making new claims to territory now. Will this be the event that pushes India away from Chana. Chana for good, and what does it mean for the rest of the World Tom V. Madan is a senior fellow in the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution. In Washington. She's the author of a new book called Fateful Triangle. How China shut US India relations during the cold. War She's got an article in this month's foreign. Affairs magazine on how China is losing India Tovey. Welcome to between the lines. Thank you for having me Tom now. The border dispute between China and India has probably been the most tasteful. Conflict in the world. No one died and forty five years. What sit this conflict of? It was set off because of some early moves in early May that. had. Brought forward troops and equipped military equipment at different points on the China. India boundary the line of actual control. In the western sector particularly of their border, which is eastern Hlavac and at multiple points, what we saw was attempts to change the status quo whether it was to establish a permanent presence in built in areas, but both sides claim. Or attempts to stop a Indian patrols from moving in those areas which they have traditionally done. That's set the context. It's been going on since at least early May. What we actually saw what was happening to June, sixth meeting between senior military commanders was that they had agreed to a process of de-escalation and disengagement but something went very wrong in the course of this de-escalation. And this is where the incident took place. Now this particular incident has just been a larger in scale and an this whole stat of larger scale, but also regrets aggressiveness and the ones we've seen before, and there are reports that both countries are deploying some serious weapons to the bases close to the border. Is this just posturing, or is there a serious risk of Esscalation I? Think these kind of situation. There's always a risk of escalation. We've seen at least three. faceoffs three major face before this one between the Chinese and Indian military's in two, thousand, thirteen, two, thousand, fourteen in two thousand seventeen This one is could have larger in scale. We've seen as we did. On June fifteenth that even though they have traditionally had a whole series of agreements, standard operating procedures protocols in place between the two countries to avoid the kind of Esscalation we saw injured fifteenth. They clearly are not sufficient anymore, so let's put this in a broader historical context. China and India and went to war in nineteen, sixty two over the border. Now this of course was at the heart of the Cold War. Taibbi take us back to the geopolitical context of the time what was going on? By the time, the nineteen sixty sixty-two war broke out between China and India. You've seen a few years from about nineteen fifty seven about five years already of rising China Idiot tensions you've seen. The Indians relies that The Chinese did not consider. The boundary settled that they were building. A roads through territory India sought was India's. You saw scuffles skirmishes at between. The. Two sides patrols at various points on the boundary. You also saw the escape of the Lama. At a number of Tibetan. Refugees remain to stay in India in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, which the Chinese soil with deep suspicion and suspected that the US and you had worked together to engineer about escape. And, so you seem kind of rising tensions between China and India and at the same time you see you saw. The US India actually because in a national park because of their shared concerns about China actually starting to move closer towards each other for the for the the US This saw a in democratic India as both Jew potential, a political counterbalance, but also democratic contrast to soviet-backed Communist China accident, very interested in supporting it. N India welcomed that support, and so that was the. what was? Preceded that sixty to war, but which occurred when the Chinese decided. To move what they call the self defense a counterattack. And in nineteen, sixty two. Move across across the boundary took and defeated India quite badly, which laughed a number of different. It's a it's left a lot of historical baggage. The only major war the Union army has lost
The Log Books Podcast Offers a Unique Window Into the U.K.'s Queer History
"Is one of the presenters on the logbooks. So tell us tell us about a long books podcast. logbooks is a podcast. Good yet with me so we made a season last year. Once he's out route ten episodes and it's an attempt to tell a history of LGBTQ plus life in Britain from nineteen seventy full. Aw onwards through the voices and the stories of people who rang switchboard the help line for help right so switchboard it is linked gay Samaritans. LGBT cupolas Samaritans. It still running today as a charity. Still taking Kohl's ten. Am To ten PM has been doing since nineteen eighteen. Seventy four and the volunteers when they started in nineteen seventy four started writing notes in these physical things called logbooks just a four notepads describing what was coming up on the calls and also talking to each other between volunteers like from one shift to the next about what was coming upon the calls and how switchboards switchboards volunteers manning. The phones or person in the phones could actually help the colas. I mean mentioning. Them is kind of big kind of leather bound tones. They're not leather downtown. They're like cheapo lined paper that you would get from W. Eight okay. So people would ring switchboard with their kinda queries. Things like Hello I'm new to London. Where can I go meet? Gay People exactly okay. Everything from I just want to go to a disco because I'm new to London and a being gay or think I'm gay so I wanna go to disco everything from like jolly calls like that all the way through to my dad's just kicked me out because I'm gay and I've got nowhere to go. What do I do like right right now? An owned by the way the pips coming and so my money in the phone box is about to run out of course because no one had mobile phone because this is in the past is in the past history of those that's true yeah We also look to live in the future with looking to have mobile phones so everything from like runaways that to wish that I go for Dr after signing. I've got the clap. I was going to say. Do you get people going swimming green and newsies coming out monopoly. After do where do I go and say switchboard kept notes on which was a good clinics the friendly claim and so they could advise callers. Okay Dunk Guy to this clinic. Go to this other clinic because those friendly doctors there who are like okay with gay sex shaming for me for it. They're calls about people saying I'm a man in my wife is caught me dressing up in her clothes close. She is really shocked about this. And I don't know whether that means my marriage is ending. I don't know what that means about me and who I who I think I am. There's a lot of language in the In the logbooks which is historic language. So there's talks of t s and TV transsexual transvestite. Because I'm in early logbooks. This is this is from the seventies seventies and eighties says calls about that side of life and there's also calls lots and lots and lots of calls about sex such as what happens to the same and what is inside you. Just sit tight. How so calls like that or I'm a girl and another girl and we're going to do something but I don't and what to do how do I do it? What she gonNa like things like that? Do they get trained. Yes okay so which would have a training group while still has a trading group they get together and they share all this information formation. There the point is if. You're a volunteer switchboard still today. Then you don't know who's on the other end the line when you pick up the phone so you have to be able to know everything so if we have to narrow Arab lesbian sex in case someone calls you and asks you about Lesbian Sex. I suppose at least nowadays if you needed to you could put it on. Hold Google it but then surely they curriculum the point is they want to speak to another human. Being right and switchboards tagline. Now is calm words when they needed most. And so it's those words from another person was give me an example if satirical thing that someone rang open asked back in the olden days. Okay I've give you an example apple here all right. This is a log book entry from April Nineteen Thousand Nine hundred seventy five. Wow it says chagas same to you. which is the name of pub in central London? I think it's not there anymore. It's not there anymore. Chat grammas reported not gay at all Straits have been making comments when gaze down together gays have been huddled in a corner said they will feel ill at ease. So what's going on. That's the entry so someone's obviously run into say chatmoss. This risk pope which maybe is known to be gay or gay friendly or maybe it was recommended by switchboard volunteer. And appreciate so someone could have run. Should I go. And they've got all chat. Rooms is correct. Yeah and then. They've wrapped up and they've had the experience of gays being cuddled together in a corner so volunteers written that down. Basically two of the volunteers they had this report from someone that maybe it's not like gay friendly so it's a bit like an old world. He'd Yelp Review Google interesting. Exactly how did they charity. Sheraton's though for someone to sign up with a guys. No one goes to check around well back not one of the reasons why you have the book so that when you start shefty flicked back through the pages that represent the previous shift's so you can look at that. But then there was an information group of volunteers in switchboard whose job it was to maintain an enormous. It's like filing system by actually finding cabinets cabinets folders th Rolodex like just blows is a paper basically huge firearms so they would. Have you know section on like bar like gay bars in London so it would be their job they would look through the logbook. The most recent entries look things like that and then go and update the entry that they have for they probably have an entry for checkers and just looked at. I entered you say. Oh we've had a report that maybe it's not gay friendly and then when someone else rings and says oh I've heard about Chicago there. Is that gay friendly then. The search for volunteer can go. I'm GONNA minute name. I don't find all the papers one flick flick flick flick. Yeah exactly and find the information and then say well you know. Yeah we've had did have reports that he was gay friendly Spice Week depots something but actually no we. We've just had reports that maybe it's not so you make your choice so it doesn't exist in. Yeah learn him and so then be like the information thing presumably now is online. You know maybe not available publicly but certainly mole all kinds of like digital second. Yeah Taibbi type rather than Vicki flicking exactly. Yes switchboard kind of moved system of making these notes on Cole's Kohl's and information files into a digital format fully into thousand three and so the handwritten logbooks run from one thousand nine hundred seventy four to nine to two thousand. Even three the first season of aloke podcast runs until nineteen eighty two so we hope to make seasons two and three which will then follow on from that brings up to two thousand three essay day. And then we'll use dope and then we will stop but the but actually although it took until two thousand and three for them to go like fully computerized. There is an entry in the book in Nineteen Eighty full which read something like this. I'll try and like orally replicate the typography that the person had used one hundred and typography it goes November the second nineteen eighty-four the arrival of the computer is imminent Lopez drawn. A hand grown it like with like shadowing it's like would proper word a hundred and it says it's a ten megabyte hard drive massive i. It's an apricot which I don't i. I don't know that's the color scheme. It's a nice kind of pinkish orange. We'd like a mild fo's did you get people calling opening allow Manab Green. Yes which would definitely did can see there. Oh He's in the in the log books those kinds of calls going green. Can you recommend a clinic wash doing now show. Ed dropped off yet. So which obviously had calls like that and health goals and so just like it kept like a rolodex Kaz that kept rolodex of clinics to say well this clinic friendly and this one is not the thing about those kinds of calls is that you never really knew what was going to happen to that person afterwards. Because you know you you might give them advice on the phone and then who knows whether they managed to get the treatment so Cost because no one's going to go back and go to know. Thank you exactly and you tell me where I can go and get bummed against true. Yeah Wow I thought I think that would drive me at the wall. Just not knowing all of these kind of glimpses into other people's lives with no closure happy ever after. Yeah
Tybee Bomb lost - February 5, 1958
"The day was February. Fifth Nineteen fifty eight the US air force lost a nuclear bomb in the waters near Taibbi island off the coast of Georgia though fake news stories claiming that the bomb had been found have emerged. The bomb is considered lost that day. A. B. Forty-seven bomber under the command of Major Howard. Richardson was flying a simulated combat mission from Homestead Air Force Base in Florida. The plane was carrying a mark. Fifteen thermonuclear no nuclear bomb. That weighed more than seven thousand pounds to make the simulation more realistic. The bomb contained four hundred pounds of high explosives as well as enriched uranium and other nuclear material. The bomb may have had a plutonium nuclear core or it may have had demi core installed if it did its nuclear capsule. An explosion could cause serious damage in injury for miles early that morning before. Sunrise and F eighty six expire jet out of Charleston accidentally collided with Richardson's be forty seven and the fighter jets pilot. Lieutenant Clarence Stewart did not see the bomber on his radar. The left-wing ripped off of the F eighty six and the B forty seven fuel tanks. Were badly damaged. Stewart ejected from the fighter and and landed in the Savannah River swamp though he survived the landing he was severely frost in the F. Eighty six landed in a field in Georgia as Richardson attempted to regain control of the B. Forty seven he requested an emergency landing at Hunter Air Force Base in Savannah but the runway was under repair ear. Richardson did not want the bomb to break loose on an emergency landing and he wanted the cruise to survive so he decided to let go of the Bob over the ocean it before landing at Hunter there was no explosion when the bomb entered the ocean. Just off Taibbi Island and they landed safely at hunter for his his efforts. Richardson got the Distinguished Flying Cross. A decoration awarded to officers when they show heroism or extraordinary achievement during flight. The navy searched the loss bom for two months but could not find it. Officials believe it's buried under silt at West. I'll obey off Taibbi in a letter. The Assistant Assistant Secretary of Defense wrote to a congressional committee in Nineteen Sixty six. The TAIBBI bomb was identified as a quote complete weapon but the air force maintained that the bomb did not have a nuclear capsule and is not considered dangerous. It also said that starting a search for the bomb would have unwanted effects on the environment virement and could be risky considering explosives in the bomb. They suggested that it's best left undisturbed.
"taibbi" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper
"Do instead of saying to group of people that you always doubt about. Don't I don't WanNA learn to code. This is a little off message for Biden because I feel like Biden like lane I was gonNA say stick Biden. mclane is kind of like not is hiding his deal see issues like he's the middle class he gets it you know. He doesn't like coating Joe. Joe Oh yeah. This is funny for him to do but the again the thing. That's great about Biden is he. Has He has a style but not the Khan. He's not limited by content. Let's say just sit around and wait. He'll eventually make the mistake. You're guessing that you will soon so that happened. That was Democrats select. So what we have for. Isn't that on the right. Isn't that terrible. We have a very tragic story so first of all. Isn't that terrible. You already know that something terrible is happening in Australia. Major fires bushfires killing People killing millions of animals among San Animals that are being killed kangaroos which is upsetting but the really heart wrenching one. Do you Wallace Koalas. We the proverbial we the human collective did save a baby. Koala was so touching Almost died there's a before and after of singed Koala larger narrative that the basically the earth is going to extend as but honestly you get if if you want people to care about that you do it through Koala visuals. I think personally okay. So we'll get this is the first one didn't make it. There's video of him like screen like screaming. And you think it's it's GonNa be a happy ending. 'cause woman saves him but then he wound up dying but okay kangaroos. I have seen a lot of of like kangaroo corpse photos. Have you recent any of those. I have not noticed gross. It's terrible reluctantly. I haven't seen any any quality corpses because I don't know if I could take that. Not that I'm pro. Kangaroo Death Kangaroo Kangaroo through aside. You're not saying that you'd rather see kangaroo corpses. Well if we're going to do a sophie's choice about it. Then yeah I would rather not say. Their fees. Kangaroo Sophie's Kangaroo Choice Sophie's Marsupial choice so okay that's already terrible right now on top of that terrible twenty four. Four people have been charged with intentionally setting wildfires in Australia. So that's worse than me. Yeah well I mean you can't see not link them they're separated they're not separable. They're they're connected the question is you know somebody saw this on. The news went out and said I'm going to go set a FI. I guess so. I mean that's actually a good speaking of Sophie's choice which is worse climate change or intentional arson climate change. That's worse as in. It's like a bigger problem. That's a big problem right now. So it's it's it's another human choice down in some ways. It's worse because it's not seen as horrific as like. This is such an obvious choice voice. I've got an animal corpses to in your basement. No in In isn't that weird. This was one of the the writing in the story. It's just a it's just basic news story so a Florida Florida. My father actually went said that there would be no television. Magazine shows if if it wasn't for Texas Florida so what we should do is isn't that terrible isn't isn't that weird. Republicans Suck Democrat suck. Isn't that Florida Florida's well. This is definitely Florida. Let me see the headline Florida vacation home invaded by vomiting vultures and they have a pool. They've barbecue luxury. They're trying to live luxuriance lifestyle. Yes so this this story the is just fantastic. It's an AP story basically it's about this family in Newark Capo a New York couple. That has has a seven hundred and two thousand dollar House that they cannot enjoy because Turkey vultures keep the sending upon their home and just keep eating stuff and leaving carry on all over the place and and Chevron Casa Mono described the smell is quote like a thousand rotting corpses and then apparently the Turkey. Vultures get caught in in the pool area and can't escape in the quotas. Imagine twenty vultures trapped biting each other and they can bite through bone. She said they would bang away way against my windows running away from a bird that was attacking them blood was everywhere. It was a vile vicious traumatic event. People have suggested scaring the villagers off with fireworks Sir Balloons. A newspaper quoted an expert as saying that killing vulture. Having it's stuffed and hanging it in a prominent place would work because vultures avoid sir own dead. They should do that. They should have opinion. That's a listen others but you know what I. I'm just reading by CAT. said she he found out from the. US Wildlife Services is hard to get a federal permit to kill the protected bird. Oscar vultures are protected Turkey. Vultures I guess yeah but guys. There's an isn't that terrible within this. Isn't that weird. Since she has chronic lymphocytic leukemia which leaves her vulnerable to infections. He's had to be extra careful going outside even having someone power-wash wash the patio twice. What did I laugh at that terrible? You laughed at it because it's like it's unbelievably terrible. You aren't laughing at her at her meadows loving the horrible. The it gets worse Cat Sich even tried putting up four fake owls that have moving ahead and blinking lights quote. The vultures chewed the owls apart reports. You said they rip the heads off. At least they're not real hours. That could be worse. Here's a culprit. Also by the I have hours like like that. I don't know how it works outside. My my air conditioning wrote so that patrons don't come because I got a lot of pigeons once had left my some window's open. I came back to my apartment. There was a pin to my kitchen. The homeowners blamed cats as neighbor woman. They claim as accessibly feeding wildlife. Cats that she has seen the neighbor give bags of dog food and even a roasted chicken to the vulture interest. That's wrong don't give roasted chicken to vultures. That's right yeah definitely I want to go down to live with long these people for a while. I think this would be yeah. You can just feel how much the The Non Aligned author of this news story enjoyed writing this now. I remember this period of my life when I was starting as a reporter. I gotTA sign once in when I was working for the Moscow Times to cover a story about a guy who got arrested for for sending his mother's head to his teacher through the mail In Highschool arrested for Yeah exactly you can actually get arrested for that in Russia. Believe it or not anyway. That's the four food groups from this week. Yeah pretty good By the way we ever four basic food groups now listeners and viewers may remember that Once we did have have a category introduced called. Isn't that Bailey category with the Liz. Holy moment while we haven't isn't that Bailey again. And this literally is. Wow Oh. Isn't that ballet and listeners. You're not gonNA know but viewers will see this. There's a photo of Matt Taibbi our own Matt Taibbi and a little newsy hat eh standing squatting next to bail looks like Bali is it. Bill isn't isn't it Bailey Bailey. Tell us how did this unfold and fault is that right now is at a balloon. No it's actually it's actually bill. It was moving around. Yeah this was in. This was in Concord New Hampshire and Elizabeth Warren had a had a town hall that the Convention Center and afterwards I was on my way out and they had a so all. The candidates is an interesting thing thing. The candidates all do selfie lines now at the end of their events. So well Warren was doing hers. I went outside and there was a Selfie line for the dog so people were lining up and it was really felt. Obviously horrendously guilty because we've ripped on the dog in the show Kinda in credit for being very very cute. I don't think that's true. Ripped on the exploitation of the dog right now. I'm going to exploit the dog to dog out your belly ally so I think it's okay. Okay Yeah Well I still felt guilty. I kinda pretended to to just want to beat the dog because it was a cute now is a fan of Warren. which you know isn't necessarily they know you'd Collar l'Italia evil member of the press? He's always the thing so but I'm not the only person on the show who's who's been in In a photograph with billy who has had an isn't that Bailey moment billy. We have our producer. Dan this is chemistry. How Dan how did you arrange range? Did you give him a treat. Did you train them to do this. Did you kidnap him. You're right now. Wow he looks like a very proud dog in that one now. He's like enough but let's have. This debate are both of these pictures. Actually Bailey in other words. Is there a Bali body doubles there. Billy body double or did they send billy to carry it to be cloned Dolly Right. Do they have multiple Bailey's is there like America. And Ashley Bali are. There could be bally's alleys those dogs don't look the same hue to me. Well they could. It could Tan. That's true I guess or lanes different lanes but that that one looks stuff stuff. I don't really I mean. Can we corroborate. Where are there any witnesses? I'm convinced this was the Real Bailey. I DID A video with Senator Warren. In the end of December it was part of our Rolling Stone Cover for January. Our photo shoot up there and she brought the dog really friendly. I couldn't resist taking at least three or four self using with the dog. That's so cute. He's I think it's the real one I mean. You're just accepting the premise. I just want to clarify. You're saying that there's more than one. I like that. I just want people to know. You're taking a bold position. Well it's just a question that I don't know how we can answer it so you know it's it's like Emma accepting it as truth. I don't really know but I think it's certainly a possibility. I think that if that is the case still met the real one got it and I did have a piece of evidence out same before we started taping. which was that the dog that I met was pretty rambunctious and I don't think would have had the patience to sit and really released stay put in a Selfie line for multiple hours and meeting a lot of people talk? This dog was pretty. Well behaved that say. What is it with Massachusetts politicians? Dogs the famous defecating dog. Everyone was this right. He literally put. I don't know if this is a Mormon thing tough love Mormon style saying because they've so many wives they traveled with their used to putting the room sorry problematical whatever everyone. Maybe people don't know this but Mitt Romney. They drove from Canada to Vermont or something or candidate Massachusetts. It was a long ride and they put their dog..
Michael Kent Jr Discuss Training with Nick Price
"You're an answer that you would partner up with moldable group on trying to make progress as a partner shipping training. Congratulations Yeah thank you Massive opportunity for myself and to be honest one never saw coming star of the year. Tell me about the meeting because make pry prices. Roy is an ECLECTIC cut. I think he's he's a deep thinker. He knows what he wants and he goes and gets it and he doesn't mean these words. Tell us about the meeting is he's Dave think of it doesn't Stuff around you know. He's racy manager Luke Rubinsohn. Who is now working for you? Long as they are rising manager toll team in February at the Sydney classic style that he was leaving and blessings and literally within three days. The found out after the fact He gave me a cold. He said long well. Yes it on Dennen Roby the south grounds. He said I'll see you in five minutes. And he gave me an opportunity to be training partner. which was a massive massive one for me So quickly cold people inside circle and went through it all and had a meeting with Mick wake lighter went through the nitty-gritty and We shook shook hands. What would you connection with MC price proud of that? So I've been working my Dad Potong. Who is trying to Kramden But also doing stock work boy and selling horses and Managing Phoenix Thunderbirds. Australian bloodstock Phoenix. You would know Are Join Loving Gabby And they're getting big. They've spent close to a million lost around the world They've got now Sixty racehorses in Australia and fairly broom is are they getting big quickly and we had Taibbi San and training with Mick process the white colors with the orange and it's always Dealing with make a bit like that and I think I suppose he took some notice of me during that Tom Period. And as I said that's how he's. Brian Works Mickey. He's very good to make a quick decision and not around and he's awesome and I'm glad you did you vote in Britain. The Guy some must've made a big decision. Few to accept. Israel was a partnership with MC pros. You talk to your family. Your father. You mentioned make taint as a mobile group winning south when your mother Viki also stems from a racing family and father bobby scarlet right as a junkie headed. That meeting with the family family was a deal. Yeah let's talk about Everyone David blessing including dad honestly mid-process one fifty eight great ones massive business. Probably the third holiest number of horses in training in Victoria. We're at the moment And on the other hand Dad small business probably Didn't they'd be there for the time being I'm only twenty nine years old so you know it was a bit of a Ni- Brian for me to go out with Mick and get that experience and I'm very thankful that he the Also gaming the tomato could have just been an assistant to him but to put me in the partnership is really good of him And and I think if for sure so guy back and come back to the setup and the business model of the stable with you. Seventy five boxes at Caulfield and you set stand up and obviously trying to get out of that and spelling but tell me you're born and bred in the game you're well traveled those young man in in thoroughbred racing because we'll let's predominantly stop with crab father coty state. There's a picnic jockey. Himself was growing up in a rising family with the debt as China. Yes I literally the whole family racing so as you said. Dad's a educates jockeys in Hong Kong and the Donkey Club there On my mom side. So Mums Dad was champion apprentice. At Coalfield he was very good. Trier himself MOM's brother is Robert Scarlett. Who was a group? Winning Jockey won the plight. He now is Anthony Friedman's nine Trou- shawls central lines super seth thile asking for tips and then turn ankle and that family as well as a stupid Tori and cousin who's also a steward so so you can imagine we talk about on Christmas Day. So it's all there and growing up so I went to Melbourne University. Did the Bachelor of science in pre veterinary but to be honest. Just didn't have the passion I wanted to be a hole through But appease my parents and went through school and Melvin University but was working for David Highs Lindsey pock walls it Fleming at College Melbourne Elven and just track every morning and every weekend I could Then attention question grew up in Cranbourne cranborne steeped in racing history and finding off. It'd be the future of Mick price and Michael Cane racing is moving next year to try and so it's funny Y worked out CREMINS. Amazing Setup Rudy. It's a purpose built training casulty where there's a thousand horses training a training complex And really important to getting back there. I know it very well heavy. Hey we have is your whole husbandry whilst you were going through school where your hands on learning the mechanics and the writings of a stable lading hoses. Washing holes is rotting. Olson was a little school. I with that direction. Now is both at the same time. And I've got my dad to think that mostly he's He's cepeda meal of a good horseman. My Dad he's very well read. He is a very good rotter himself he won the amateur jockey primitive three times as a young kid. Has You nice on woman in a very broad and he you know maybe learned the hard way so I was working for him all the way along doing boxes to begin. Game with and Strapping horses then. I did the picnic cirque myself so I road and even had mind Austin's when I was twenty three to train only because I wanted to sort of get away from died and just do mine thing and put on you better as every young kid does but it's still had he's Advice on the way but go in the mornings and broad three of mine that I was trying for the picnics. Before I started dad my grandpa would be doing the boxes. Susan telling the horses up in between and we had a lot of fun doing that so I think have come to throw away until the basics. Dad's also big into the science of things I've been to sea many surgeries understand. If a horse has problems with row to it's knees and needs chips removed Aubain Dec- surgeries surgeries of what would vets a different style. I've seen a lot of the different aspects so I I think that's really put me in good stead as as a trainer because you have to be across everything we all the Horse in training and you'd understand all of the inflammation Intel. It gets front you each day and and then process that and then put it back out to your clients. And I'm really thankful to my father especially in my family that They've helped me. They get a good grasp of of trying little places that cheeks jigsaw puzzle in the picture inevitably because everyone is an individual and locks to do. Everything's certain why in the more easier you tap into that. Is that the cater to training also. Is that what you learned early doors. When you took training losses to tap into that individual you'll holes to get the best animal absolutely no doubt you have a general system so we actually know when a horse in the paddock to Rice Day We usually need three Muncie them fit entirely and basic process but You assess your horse and you get the information back from the horse as you know is it. Todd is happy eating well would let he moved into a different boxx. Some training lighter some of the more work So we have a basic program but yes certain. That's the most important thing about training is individualizing
Who Would Win Dracula vs Cyborg
"Could not be more excited about this particular match up you know we talk about what I want to see out of battles me this Guy Ray I wanna see Contra asked of styles I wanna see to roughly matched characters fighting each other who aren't exactly the same we've talked before on this show many times sick and tired of the pedantic Green Arrow versus Hawkeye battle I'll always go back to his just who cares they're both the same dude yawn yawn bar Searle Wretch I'm over it what I wanna see is an ancient Vampire Count Dracula versus the cybernetic hero from the future org these are two class of styles but still very very compelling as a match up the this matchup reminds me of the first. UFC days where you would have you know the karate master versus the Kung Fu master or the jets jitsu versus the shoot fighter this one each of these characters clearly stays within their lane Cyborg doesn't dabble in the supernatural and I really don't think Dracula kind of goes over to the technological outside either I don't think he's ordering stuff on Amazon now that's he's definitely not neuberger either no no no no now to kind of help us with this debate we needed the think outside the box for judges and ray you had a great suggestion to bring someone in who when you think of contracting styles you think if someone who can kind of wrap their heads around the cultural impact of each character you brought up someone's name why thought was absolutely genius you can you can go ahead and Gush your guts out because what you're trying to say here's we needed somebody a little smarter for this episode and that's what I got for you definitely smarter than you and I and I think that's exactly what we got it's not saying it's not I know I I'm not saying doc I'm just not saying that you're smart and joining us in an amazing amazing actor comedian and voice over artists is Rama Blurry rumour accused of being on the show thank you for having me I didn't realize I was GONNA get buttered up so quickly at the beginning of the show well of course we're getting buttered up by James He wants something from you Aka Torri in this battle are you saying you don't want anything from me right I'm just saying I'll deserve it when I get it okay so you're willing to accept whatever my judgment is by the end I'm fact you look great today that out very very attractive man really James when I said let's bring someone smart maybe even genius intellect in the studio it wasn't actually needing for the person to be so gosh darn handsome but here we are well here we are and I'm I'm already tallying in my head I can't tell you who's winning this flatter off yet yet rabbi they'll tell you I I gotTa Tell You you're very successful active done a lot with your voice over career you're in a number of nationally and internationally syndicated commercials correct you know for different companies you're absolutely amazing I'm GonNa just ask you the question everyone else's thinking right now how are you friends with Ray I appeared on another podcast of raise knowing is half the podcast a great show that rates show and I linked to the three people on that show yeah it was here breath with the fabulous Mr Clark Chan and everyone's friend Eileen Eileen Mary O'CONNELL judge the muppets versus sesame street battle on the WHO would win six one of our favorites yep so I met I met Ray there and was wild by his podcasting acumen but also his passion for purely obscured or pop cultural Ephemera so when he asked if I would do this I said yes and then when he told me what the battle was I said Oh hell yeah very cool so what is your experience within geek culture because very often we have judges that have such a great background to them that we sometimes forget to say like hey by the a sheer he really is into this because they were they do how are you into Geek culture well first off I wear glasses so that got me eh into it very early I read compulsively I just finished my eighth book of the year and the year of the year and that includes graphic novel doesn't things some recommended to me by Mr Clark Chan I consume a lot of media and between the written word art nick cartoons as voiceover guy doing cartoons and video games and things I'm paying attention to everything going on because this is a fun visit a fun learning lesson for anybody who wants to do voices if you do impressions and I do a lot of impressions you have to realize that if you do a bad impression it becomes a character but if you do a good impression understand somebody else might do it too so the key example is this Alan tutic everybody loves Allen to one of the most underrated absolutely Kazan firefly's amazing he's easing everything death at a funeral he was one of my favorite parts of that he took the voice of Ed Wynn Vaudeville performer win famously in Mary poppins the laughing uncle off the table forever now I loved I loved doing this man's voice it was just so much on yet we're still in the middle of Shock Tober James you've been having a very shall we say successful shock Tober so far I have I've I'd like to say that I had to work really hard to get to wins in the month of shocked over the reality is I did not have to work that hard at all I didn't even research either character I just came to the show because you are a liar who was filled with lies actually researched the hell out of I hope I can say that in shock to over the heck out of both characters they were close matches by the a ray did will was there and I somehow pulled out the victory for both so I am in in crisis mode right now because I love this matchup I love Dracula vs Cyborg and look I cannot allow Cyborg to win this battle the idea that I could be facing a skunk for the entire month of shocked HCT sickens and appalls me in I'm not trying to influence your decision in any way Rama you still have to make the right decision you still have to make the right decision for you and family well see here's the thing ray as the impartial judge here I have to rule with my mind and not with my heart so you're pleading as moving may be as heartbreaking as it may be that you are putting up a goose egg this month I can't promise you a victory I can't I have to listen to the facts argued I want is for you to hear arguments and make the correct decision that's all if if every judge did that I would have a ninety five percent win percentage on the show well I gotTa Tell You James Your silence so far in your willingness to just plead the facts and all this is going to be a very dragnet performance I'm interested in just the facts ray all right just the fact enough all right well then let's waste no more time reduce the honors and announced as matchup representing the DC universe the manso metal he irons his clothes with his but cyborg doc and representing the Marvel Universe the count who will dig through the ditches burn through the witches and slamming the back of my dracula thank you okay I'll make a note about it we'll make a note about it before we go any further let's go over the official rules about who would win matched I roll number one each debater will be able to make three points rule number two the WHO would win matches a random encounter in neutral location with neither combatant necessarily knowing anything about their opponent or having any time to prepare part will number three the exact version the character has to be specifically stated so rare which version of Dracula you're using this is such a tough decision there are so many iterations of dragon in this world but I felt that since you assuredly are taking comic book version of Cyborg it would behoove me to take the powers feats and whatnot of the a six one six Marvel Marvel version of dracula gay that kind of scares me a little bit because that's in my opinion the most powerful form DRACULA in popular culture so it's Kinda what's being known as what People Know About Dracula these days I felt anymore right that's true okay well I will be using when did it become a New Yorker right now are you filled with a certain level of bombast when you get to the Mike you lean in and then you start projecting on Amazon by Taibbi and Hashtag who would win rate please give us the DETAILS ON DRACULA COUNT DRACULA is a powerful vampire who first appeared in the eighteen ninety seven brands Tokar Novel Dracula. Today's version of this iconic character is the marvel iteration who first appeared in historical suspense number seven in Nineteen fifty one then was rebooted in Tomb of Dracula number one in nineteen seventy two the newer version was made by Gerry Conway as well as Gene COLAN DRACULA'S PERHAPS THE MOST famous vampire of all time sorry twilight kids owing to the era a free to use characters in Comic Books Dracula makes her a formidable monster or overlord ending on the needs of the Story Dracula has a host of vampiric abilities including
"taibbi" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Going to experience by picking up and reading it's available at Amazon Google Books Barnes and noble. We'll everywhere you buy your books. You can follow Stephen at grateful guilt dot com or on twitter at at Stephen Taibbi T. A. B. B. I really interesting stuff. Thank you for sharing. I appreciate it. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it hope you have good success in getting hospitals and patients to listen to it'd be somebody's gotta come up with some mechanism of communicating what you've got to both populations. I know that's what I'm working together. It feels like it should be it should be shared or something. I don't know I'm looking. I'm trying. I that's that's my goal and I'm looking for a somehow build team or something to make this happen happened. I'm looking for partners in this. I don't mean money partners. I mean medical students training and I'm looking for something that I that I can you know help as I imagined that as keep doing that. Something's going to click and it's GONNA show itself. Irvine was even thank you very much and and wrap it up and we'll see every Nick Time for Colin Times and topics follow the show on twitter at Dr Drew podcast. That's Dr D. R. E. W. podcast music through today's episode can be found on the swinging and sounds of the documents podcast now available on itunes and while you're there don't forget to rate the show. Dr Drew Podcast as a Corolla digital production hen and is produced by Chris Locked Simona and Gary Smith for more information go to Dr Drew Dot Com all conversation and information exchange during the participation in the Dr Drew Podcast.
"taibbi" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I noticed that all humans start pulling pulling away the sicker. You can't yes doctors are no different and I my wife and I went to a friend of ours with terminal cancer. I said hug her get close to her kiss. Is your forehead get on top of her. Do whatever you gotta do to be near and just talk. That's it right now. Imagine if you're at. What point were you know having done when you notice people talking over you so much our way from you operations. It was through I I. I noticed it at the beginning of my first transplant flat after operation that would imagine that when you'd see that and we'll get we just instinctively thing you have to be aware of and overcome and the other thing another the strategy I use that I really recommend I don't I don't wear down in the hospital not only recovery at smart because it just take off and Indiana picking it up and moving in the act like you're not there. When you have a gallon I figured this out when I was a kid I wear street clothes hospital I wear sweatpants and a button-down shirt not as nice as this one but a button-down shirt pocket because if I need a monitor the monitor goes nere instead of hanging around with next thing and if they want to open they can just open me up from the front and would you also agree patients want to be touched. Yes pulling away away thing. I put your hands on them absolutely other hand whatever you want to get near him there are some nurses who in the beginning when I was getting sick again and before or had that experience there was this one nurse Denise who I was getting if a catheterization and she just would not let go of my hand and I cannot tell you how grateful I am to that girl for that was the same cath where you had the big experience was no no no that wasn't a cath. That was Base Vega Place Yeah Yeah Yeah. This is really interesting stuff. It really is and I think you're onto something. So what else do you tell the hospitals I tell them when you're done with US ultrasound clean the patient up they never do they leave you there or they pick a what's essentially what they used to wipe for your vein to get you covered in coop and they don't give you cleanly off. EKG Pets to go home home and it's always two weeks you've been showering with the forever and taking that thing off is going to hurt you know so oh yeah clean your patients up when you're done with them the same way. I'm saying to the to the patients. Make sure the doctors and nurses want to come into a room the doctors the nurses should be doing the same thing making sure that the patient wants them in the room. I honestly believe that we could cut down a lot of lawsuits against doctor opt for sure. Oh and expense for them and if they would just start being sway with their patients if they I think a lot of times doctors get sued because the patient doesn't like the doctor. Oh yeah because they're angrier angrier doctor for the way yeah. They don't treat them right the they have this this attitude while I'm sorry that's not what you signed up for. You know we're the ones that really I mean the thing that I'm GonNa say legitimately but being too busy as one of the sources of that and and then but the other is being defensive they're scared I know I know but that's where I say. I don't care because just like the way I have to be that away with my situation. I mean there. I say to myself all the time. I don't care that you're that way. You can't be that way. If you WANNA live. I say to myself all the time so I have to say that to. The doctors the nurses to right. They have to have same kind of you know a lot of what I'm saying. That patients should do is a lot the doctor should do. They should just reverse everything in a what I've got here. It says you're interested in understanding between doctors and patients with that means means just that experience the experience each other and and that the fact is that the patient is grateful to see you. You should be grateful to see them. That's GonNa make understanding and communications that much easier. I think how about application of mental health solutions interventions team. It sounded like you had to go search for that yourself and I went from doctor to Doctor Found Sarah. That's got to be very frustrating. It was and I I had one who was a psychiatrist film. I had a really traumatic experience when I was six and I had a I mean really really traumatic experience being in the hospital. You mean Yeah Yeah. I basically was in a sense raped in the hospital but that top of everything else I had this none because it was Saint Francis Hospital. I WanNa say this in the beginning. Saint Francis Hospital saved my life right Saint Francis Hospital back then was the best child children's hospital in the country or was it pre new mark in Roslyn New York and I have nothing in Saint Francis. I have a lot against this none. What happened my mother in this? None just didn't like each other and and one day I'm in my bed and I and there's this mother every week. We all called the nuns mother and and is this this none talking to a novice and she goes an officer of people who don't know as a young. WHO's coming up as none was coming up and she she points at me because is that one is a brat. I never said a word back. Then I never said a word I was silent for for years I was silent and only I was not and I knew that didn't meet but what was really happening was she and my mother arguing and one night she comes in with six novices with a cart would cloth on it. She grabs me. I'm sound asleep. She grabs me out of bed and plops me on the cart and I started screaming immediately immediately because I knew that this was not good and she rolls me into the girl's bathroom and it was it a changing shelf in there and and and she ripped my clothes off in in front of all these nuns just rips off my clothes. It's the whole way down the hall. She's going this will show you this will it should she's saying things like this will show you you brat and stuff like that. So of course course I'm terrified and she she she gives me an animal and instable completely against my will. Nothing's been asteroid. It and I'm screaming screaming. I'm six years old and now I'm screaming. I'm sorry I yelled are going full full and sh- and she she just keeps her hand on me and and I actually said I'm going to explode and then I did your all all over her good for you. I know but at the time I didn't get to feel that that was a good thing six because it so she white me off. She was gentle antle about it. She was gentle about the insertion but but she right wipe me off roughly and she brought me back to bed plot me into bed and I went into a fetal position and post this reset pre second surgery and I never felt safe again for years and I mean I've never felt safe until I was in my late fifties and yet you still retain gratitude spice but of all this yet gratitude gratitude to the secrets of life it really is. Do you have any spiritual insights as a result of all this. I mean you said you're not religious. I make sense of it. All I am the most religious person I know but it's my religion again people today. Nicole spiritually yeah yeah but I'm really I'm really there. That's explain it. I I just look at life as its tapestry. We all involved in a tapestry and in a tapestry on the thread your throat right. There's a thread next to me is a threat on my life right or left is a threat above and below me. That's all I can say. I can just see what's me. I have no idea what the tapestry is but I know part of it. I don't know what it looks like. Quantum theory is built on the same idea. I know I'm I'm really into quantum physics. Okay so you know this is all this. I came up with this before. I figured that part out but I just think that we're on God's Hollick and that whatever is happening to me. Here's how I maintain it. I realize answering your question better now his home maintain it because I believe that everything that happens to me is my holiday. Experience is what God wants me to do is what God wants the path breath that he wants me on this path. There's a reason why I've been in all this pain. There's a reason for I mean because because I only know those four threads of the tapestry. I'm I'm not going to know what the reason is while I'm alive but I know it's there is reason purpose. I have no idea it's just a an explanation and uh meanings not the right word. They're just reason just the reason beyond your knowledge and then when you say God what do you mean. I mean God. I mean you know whoever quantum wave save the whole graph the the one you want to experience when I had out of body experience I had voice talk to me and then I also had that experience with the with the Eh the chorale so I've got a pretty good central different experience so I've got a pretty good sense. There's something else after this. And when did you have a voice talk. Did you join the pacemaker insertion. Oh no the the voice talk to me. I'm sorry that was when I had out of body experience. When I was seventeen oh interesting. Tell me about that but I'll read the book when I almost died. When I was seventeen on my birthday I had an out of body experience experience and I said you know and this was before Kubler Ross. I had never heard of the light. I'd never heard of any of that stuff and I got. I got to see that stuff off and on that come back to you with the pacemaker thing was in a similar connection. No they were completely separate completely different experiences. I mean they couldn't have been more different so fascinating the and I'm going to tell you something. The out of body experience was that night when they took me to when they took me to the hot when the hospital the hospital said actually they took me the next day because I was too fragile they said I was having a reaction to quantity which was high in medicine then then for a long time as Voodoo and now it's coming back for something else is it took us it back training truly rhythm US yeah. That's what they that's. That's what they gave it to me for turned out. I was allergic to it and they said one in ten thousand so I keep winning the right lotteries but it's these experiences are completely different but they assure me that there's something bigger than me. I'm positive about it. When I had my my my out of body I was climbing up through the darkness and then and there was bright light light. It was over here and it was silver. It wasn't white no so far away that it was silver and it was the brightest light at ever ever seen in my life I helped I think this helped me become a lighting director and you know and and and all of them wanted to do is get to that light. It's all I wanted to you do and then suddenly stop. I stop in this crowd. I mean it was it was more crowded than a Japanese commuter train. It was unbelievable and and I swear I heard the gnashing of teeth which is in the Bible. I read the Bible twice. Even though I'm not a Bible Person but there's the gnashing of teeth and and it was so black and it was so cold it was could not have been blacker. Good not have been colder and like a cop can move through a crowd and you can feel that party. That's how it happened to me. Suddenly there was this partying and and this is this is the only way I've ever described it avoided. I've never heard before but that I recognized said no go back. You're not ready yet and I went back and you know so those kind of things when I can draw those kind of things that makes me. It's at least it's certain to me that there is something after this now. I also think that just because it happened to me doesn't mean it's going to happen to you. I I believe in an infinite God an infant God could give us Infinite Experiences Chore so you know just because this is what happened to me doesn't mean it's going to happen to you and just because I see something. This way doesn't mean that you know. I'm really open about that. Because I really believe Infinity Infinity I totally see and if you believe even infinity than it means been right right yes so this whole the whole notion that most humans have about you know this is my human experience that most humans have about infinitude is that it starts today..
"taibbi" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I couldn't put my finger on it but I was a different person and it was it was really hard to get back to my life life after I mean and I saw it being afraid of everything when I drive. Somebody comes to a stop sign too fast. I'm I'm like slamming on the brake. It took a long time for me to normalize my life from that pain and I had to learn how to walk again. You know I was over at the park. Apartments was where we were living and I had I use a walker army. It took me like four weeks to learn how to walk again. What happened to the gratitude with all this. I still had it fills their mark. Well you have to see that's when you that's when you have to pull it in the more right I would my doctor says she she 'cause. I don't know how you do that. That's why I but but I would be. I be laying there in writing. I mean literally the word as it's genuinely meant writing pain. I actually made a nurse here my confession the first night because I didn't think I could live through that kind of pain and my wife always wants to know what did you. What is it but it was? The pain was brutal away. I never renew I've had a lot of pain I never knew paint could be like that and and it was when I came out of that I really I was different and it took a long time to get myself back but the gratitude part I'm lying riding and I'm counting my blessings God. That's how you do it. How do you how do you what do that hour. After hour of it well when at least sedated you know proper fault or something no because that would put me back on the vent right so essentially eventually because he's part of the problem is you've had your chest opens your chest. Musculature is not operating normally that is to get all working again yeah right because the muscles muscles have connected yet and they told me that it was like an overstuffed suitcase to heart was a little large and they had to push my chest down to get the calls you know but good but you have to I had. Did you mental tricks for that for the pain for that so I kept hearing myself saying to the doctor will. It's funny that time time is like you know is going to be my friend so every single second that I was in agony. I would be saying to myself okay a seconds this past a minute has passed our thinking. I love that but after our our our how do you sustain the faith and the gratitude and the fortitude I I use strategies and one of the strategies I use. I use what's available to me. When I first got my first KTAR transplant and I woke up from that. There were hallucinations involved. I guess that's fairly common cone. I woke up from this one and I had the same Mussa nations that are the same ones were back and when the pain would get to be too much and when I couldn't count anymore count the blessings anymore I would call on doc loosens I would force the nation's back and I'd get lost in the because there was no TV or anything they're interesting and I would get lost in the loosened that I just ride out the moves nations and see where they took me a while and so I wanted to partner dissociation I guess it has disassociated related to it. Somehow it is but but by doing that I was able to entertain myself you know through the through the hallucinations and distract myself from the pain because I was involved in the loosened and then I wasn't doing that. I was busy counting my blessings or counting my time now. The book is your the mission as described is to improve how physicians understand patients and vice versa right. Where does that come into this narrative. That's not exactly in the the book. That's what my mission is. Now Okay and major hospitals have already hired me to to speak to their doctors because it's part of my strategies always have strategies. I don't go into a hospital. Even if I'm GONNA get a cath. I don't go into a hospital without strategy. Ah One or two strategies already at my ready. You know and I want to teach people how to do that but you know what you mean by strategy okay one of the strategies. I use really came work rate at Cedars. Was You take your gratitude that you're working off and you turn that to other people and you become grateful for everybody. WHO's helping you and it's sincere you can't fake this won't work of fake and every person that comes into my room. I thanked profusely. I don't care who they were. If they came into my room they were there. Help me. That's all I saw if it was a maintenance guy if it was housekeeping person if it was people delivering food my doctors nurses the flow bottomless. I don't care who came in my room. They got thanked thanked profusely and sincerely and for example I had a housekeeping guy and he could barely speak English but he speak enough and I wanted to know his name they asked him about his family because I'm sincere and then I said to him one day. I said you know I really WanNa. Thank you for what you're doing for me because I know you're keeping my room clean. You helping me not infected. You're helping keeping me alive and I want you to know how much I appreciate eight that well. You should see guys to taller. He beamed you know and so my gratitude helped him of course right and what did I get four. I had including room in the hospital but I- housekeeper but that was not my designed by design was to let him know how much I appreciate them. I make it one of my my strategies. Is I make it that. Every person wants to come into my room every doctor every nurse. Everybody wants to come into my room and of course one of the other strategies is humor humorous huge. It's really huge. It's big it's as big as gratitude and this is for patients and when you when you talk to hospitals you're talking to help them coach the the patients up or their staff. I want to coach patients and doctors because doctors need a lot of stuff. We've got to tell you you know that I understand that doctors have have to decide to disassociate themselves a little bit. I understand that but part of me goes too bad. This is what you decided to do and your job doesn't include that that that's protecting you. It's not helping your patient so it it. If I find a patient who's doing something wrong just strong. It's a but the doctors have to do certain things to they have to make sure that the patients dignities intact and then not careful enough about that at all and nurses too aw I find the people who really cared about that. Were like syllabus you know but they have to. They have to do it but the doctors is a big explain. Doctors do with huge and it's bad and it's they talked to other people over you like they'll. They'll come in the doctors will come into my room and they'll ask my wife. How's he doing on a main right there. Esque me you know okay. My Wife's nurse but I talked to another friend of mine was a doctor goes. It's not because your wife's nurse. It's just what we do and and they talk to the spouse so the friend whatever the parent instead of talking to the pay patient talk to me. I talk to the patient I make them feel like you care about them. When you at once you start asking the spouse about the person or whoever else it is then the patient feels like they're being overlooked time..
"taibbi" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I'm still still processing everything and they put you in a machine to do this and there was a steel wall lower lid and there's a steel wall in front of you like you're on a heart lung machine and that's all. I can see the steel waller could see off off to the side. I can't see what they're doing to me and I'm terrified. I am I am so terrified. It's all starting again the cutting me again the whole you know getting overwhelmed with it and and then I realized that I was stiff his aboard and part of me said that rational national pardon me came up and said Hey. You're so stiff. They're about to cut you. Do you WANNA be stiff when they're cutting. You and I said not a good idea so I said how do I do this not like a churchgoing religious guy that way but I'm very religious in my own way and I said what can I do so I decided to say the Lord's prayer so I said the Lord's prayer and when I was done with the woods prayer I was like okay now. What do I do because I don't believe I can ask for things. I just don't think that God's my butler. You're so I'm going. So what do I do and I started thinking. I said well you know what it was supposed to die. When you're five you were supposed to die when you were six. You weren't supposed to get past ten. You could have died on your seventeenth birthday. They didn't but the way that night they didn't think I'd make it through the night you've we've had. We've had this incredible television career. You married to a beautiful woman. You have a nice house. You have a Pug Lopez all over the house. You have all this stuff to be grateful for war and it's all really been gravy and if this is when it's over I've been giving way more than I should have ever expected and once once I had that and a guy onto that take a lot of sitting there stirring in your from the Lord's prayer to that list I made that list what and a have we didn't have for just going if this is it given how much I've been given I'm okay with it yes and then all of a sudden and this is one of those things in my life. I would normally not even agree with somebody when they told me this but all of a sudden I felt a presence and I felt this warmth this unbelievable warmth and I felt this the most the most powerful feeling of love I've ever felt in my life in Iraq and it just R- and then I heard the chorale I didn't even know existed you know but you know all of a sudden. I heard I mean you know. I heard I heard the you know I heard the chorale and I had tears rolling down my face. Nobody could see it but I had tears rolling down my face of happiness and I I was so filled with love and I so filled with joy so filled with gratitude and that's it from there. Did did you ever talk about what was going on at that moment. I'm wondering it sounds like white. People have described to me near death experiences. I wonder if he were flatlined for a second no no they they were just putting it in the pocket for the water was. I'd never lost consciousness. It was all but it was an incredibly powerful thing and then now that I'm so infused with this gratitude. The gratitude stayed with you out of that experience that add experience. I had been working towards it yeah but I think that somehow I got help and that just and then I realized because because here's something that's really interesting as far as way hospitals are today versus back in the fifties when your children there were no toys. There was no television television. You lay in bed with rails twenty four hours a day. Try doing that for a month. I did it twice and it's it's interminable will actually until I started writing my book. I thought it spent a year in the hospital. Each time while it was only a month and each time was thirty one time I'm in thirty one the other and and you think you have nothing else to do but think and I would think how can I help myself here and I would. I yeah that's where I learned how to disassociate disassociating almost immediately in the hospital. I built the cave I climb into and and I could disassociate associates so much I wouldn't. I wouldn't feel what they were doing to me. It turned out that dissociating that which is not the healthiest thing mentally correct so how'd you gain control over there. I went. I got help therapy trauma therapy looking. MBR Or something or I you know that's really interesting. I went to therapist after therapist after therapist and an and and none of them said that I had a trauma or any one woman Sarah Cinnamon and she goes. You're in trauma you are. It's not that may have been a anachronism of history because around the late nineties so we shifted were suddenly everybody was treating trauma. We realized that's mostly we were dealing with so it was severe for me really was debilitated in my life. I mean you hurt my life a lot. Did you have how did you get drinking or anything like that going. That's no but I I just always assumed and this is in the book and this is one of those things when I wrote what this book. I thought I had to be naked. I had to be if this book was going to have any value at all. I had to be one hundred percent honest and I had to admit things. I didn't want to admit one of the things I had to admit in this book was that destroyed had never been given event where I just kept it turned turned into where I thought it was my fault which is typical child thinking right. My my family broke up part of the reason for grateful guilt guilty of the family breaking up I just carry all this guilt and all the shame can tell you the shame I carried and took a long time and and we did. AMD are one time it was unbelievable really loosened the whole thing right and there's even a lot more stuff now. Now you can access the neuro feedback and stuff all kinds of cool stuff because so many people suffer from this and you know in our in my world. It's what you know because you dissociate appreciate you don't regulate effectively yeah and so you try to regulate from outside your body with drugs and Saxon whatever Tang gliding whatever you were doing the gliding was sort of that in their sure sure but it's all it's always of either and then how people respond to that dissociation. Shen is protein to some people try to pull themselves back in their body by cutting in experiencing other people try to induce the dissociation and make it more intense and then just regulate with substances that kind of thing my my real problem with it was that I never felt. I was any good and I felt like if Tom Anybody knew me long enough. They would find out vigil flawed yeah so I would sabotage everything. I sabotage work relationships. I sabotage I've sabotage Taj relationships with women women that could have been magic and sabotage them. You know it's amazing. I ended up with women. I have now I mean in Bose's sanctum choose walk through fire with me you know and and the book doesn't cover this but I had my second heart. Transplant was a disaster how did here because it's not enough organs in New York so I had to come to. La and there was so much scar tissue that it was they had to my in my second. My first heart transplant my third open heart. The doctor told me he had to hack and saw saw way in and told that Roy dangerous. Yes and I told that to this doctor and he said I'm really glad you told me he said are you prepared for the pain and I said to him pains a funny thing. Eventually it stops so but my my my surgery was so bad I was on the how long heart transplant takes five six hours you right easiest right right. I was on the table for fifteen our boy. Oy Got Twenty units of blood and I was open for three days. Oh my God yes it was horrible. Oh I had damaged just from being on the table that long damage edged to your to nerves and and and so as if that's not bad enough they had me folded open and they would they the after fifteen hours they rolled back into my room would a big tigger Durham on me and my wife's looking at my heart beating actually my new heart and and and they rolled me in and out several times looking for this bleed or they couldn't find i. Have you know normally that you've you like three Lavar. Large holes right drains. I have five because there was so much blood loss okay so that's bad enough but now they've had me out real. I went on a win on the ninth. I got the heart on the ninth and woke me up on the eleventh after closed me and they closed the woke wilken up because I was getting dependent on the on the vent and you know what that right so yeah so I was getting dependent on event ventilator and when they woke me up because my you know the top ribs of cartilage those were bent back and for three days recent they dry holes into your sternum to wire you closed. I mean it's a really painful thing. They overdosed me on paint kills so so what happens when you're overdosed on paying for you then you stop breathing so they said okay. We have two choices the vet will he'll be dependent so you don't have a garden though or or no painkillers for five day. Oh my God and that's what they did. Oh my God five days of Nope Ninety three from that yes I do. That's why I'm bringing this up because now it's been three years three and a half years and I have have been able to get a handle on it sure I came out of that. Operation Changed in a way I never knew could be changed and I had two different doctors. Who's tell me you went through the kind of pain prisoners of war go through worse. It was horrible. It was really horrible. Pain happy said yes and and she doesn't call it. PTSD because it's been ongoing she calls it. I forget what she called. PTSD is usually a single event the kind of thing but like she always compares to she being my my therapist drama like something like that she he says it's more like an onion then PTSD which is tougher and and it's I came out of this thing you know here in La.. I knew I was different..
"taibbi" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Is a devastating devastating illness. Essentially the heart muscle starts to dissolve and not work. people don't live more than a few years with that subsequently has to heart transplant since then and now in a mission to improve how physicians understand patients and vice versa isn't that about right. That's about right good summation. Tell us more. I was fascinated by the whole story so let's let me just run through the medical history just briefly the having an ast repairs not that big effect they do it with a wire now these days but it was cutting edge ars five to to repair it. We're talking nineteen fifty eight so it must have been what we call a right to left shot. They must have exactly what it was and they had to open you up to do that. And survival rate when I was five was fifty percent Roma gun and why the second because they when they opened up the the first time time they discovered there was a second hole. Oh Valve problem they find to valve issues was there was a Venus problem that was plum backwards so they wanted to repair that and they wanted to repair the other show the other shunt the that's the call the whole yeah and but they I didn't think I had the strength at that point so the fixed one hole in the left Venus malformation and the other whole on on operated on and they they sent me home and they said well you know if he makes it if he can get through this year with without dying back into it again. We'll go back and try it again but up to that point nobody had ever lived through till. I was the first interesting and and you were told you had a year to live without with those two operations in the cardiomyopathy no those two operations operations. My parents were told I had your love. I I was told the first time that I had a year to live. When I was sixteen and my I had a severe the problem with Vida my heart at the exact name of it now but I was my resting heart rate was about one hundred and twenty one hundred and something like that it was really high and they said it was a flutter atrial flutter and they didn't know if it was a disease process or if it was just that I had lost control of the heart rate center because the Heart Rate Center had been folded over in the first rodeo operation yeah so that's exactly it. was that fold over that saved. My life on the second operation was interesting. It's so interesting to hear this history because now these kinds of rhythm disturbances are like no big deal. I know go into blade them and that's it. They're done to REV mads. Take Take Care of a minute. I kind of feel good about it. Because I was the first one yeah yeah you can help lead the lead the yeah where we are now lay there but I still helped you interesting and then the second year that was sixteen years old again in sixteen. There were told a at this point my doctor you know he knew this is a new doctor. He knew who I was as far as by personality and how he had to talk to me and we need to talk to me medically as the truth and he got that and he said Steven you're lucky if you have a year and I was sixteen and which was a really interesting year the way my mother-in-law handled that too and then they thought we have to we have have to do a catheterization so through through the Groin and believe me back then it was a lot tougher thing than the way they do it now right. Now I mean it's nothing was the plan then to define your anatomy or to try to play the rhythm source. No they just wanted to see the define the anatomy after put a die in there and see what's going on right so so they did that and while they did that they found out it was the heart rate center and I'm. I'm still I'm sixteen. I'm like a week before seventeen and they said to me well listen and they asked me my permission which I thought was amazing because I was sixteen Michigan F bomb. They should ask my mom but they asked me and they said we WANNA. Do we want to do a cardioversion on you cardioversion and for those of you don't know that means they electrocute. You and the doctor says we'RE GONNA. Put a plate on your back. We're GONNA put it on your chest and we're GONNA ZAP. You is how the doctor said and he goes because most of the time these things work really well. He said we're going to see if we can get you back. On rhythm was the wire still in there's was after the though they took everything out yeah and doctor said on there's just the ANC teensy tiny little bid thing that you may not start up again okay. So what am I supposed to say so so I said okay. Let's go not me out and I woke up to a monitor. That said I was doing eighty. Beats Minute Nice so you were a flutter hydro tack or something and and then the cardiomyopathy which is just stunning now. This is when it really gets like crazy. You're forty six hours after all that and getting through all that then you're going to muscle disease but on top of that though when I was thirty three my doctor told me we didn't mention the fact that I almost died on my seventeenth birthday from what from on heart block instead of on my birthday and remember my first surgeries on my birthday yeah so when I was thirty three almost thirty four. My doctor told me that he didn't know how I did because he didn't think I'd get out of my twenties and he said I don't know how you did this but your normal Donald G is as normal as anybody so he said go out and live right off and I went out and bought a glider. He told me I'm not allowed to fly but I found that I didn't need in a doctor's note for a glider glider. You sit in not not a real sailplane pilot crazy but when he found out he was mad and then he told me whatever you do know acrobatics his finger in my face and so I went out and acrobatics because I had this belief I had to do what they told me. I couldn't do to make myself stronger sure you know and then when I was thirty. Three doctor says you're fine. Go out and live yeah and man. I you know I was already living. I mean because I figured out that I might not live a long time. I've always lived my life really fully and and then I started slowdown gain weight. My wife is a nurse. We couldn't figure it out. I was always able to lose weight easily and and we said we couldn't figure it out. I wore halter and there was nothing on the Halter and then I was walking with a friend of mine of cameraman friend of mine and I live in a very hilly neighborhood and I collapsed. Oh right and so cautious or just temporary just fell syrupy yeah and and I scared the heck out of my friend Larry and he had to drag me home and took me a long time to recover to get my breath back and he wouldn't leave me until I was back. He wanted to call an ambulance. I wouldn't let him but I did. Call the doctor. I'm not a moron. My wife will argue with you but I called Dr. We called the doctor. The next day I went for a stress test nervous about this because I was like I can't be going through all this again you you know and so they did distress any part of you go. I won't go through this all again. No not really that's not the way I'm not built that. Oh yeah so I put me on on the treadmill and literally thirty seconds in on the floor getting oxygen. I felt I I just collapsed and they they had to catch me and lower me to the floor and next thing I know I'm getting oxygen and my wife is being told I'm an end stage heart failure and it was because of idiopathic cardiomyopathy sometimes it's really God playing jokes well but sometimes when people get cardiac valve aww repairs or atrial separately effects of various type and then just having a sustained rhythm like you did can cause a cardiomyopathy so you had lots of risk factor for it. There was not a viral Khartum out though right that they think well. There's an argument. My doctor thinks it's related to my younger thing yeah other doctors. I think that it's my doctors on Dr Donna Manzini. WHO's considered one of the best value specialists in the world I'm very grateful fool that I have her what she thinks. It's because of my past but other high end. MD's say could easily have been a virus but that's that's the you idiot Pathak part. Isn't it yeah but sometimes they can buy the heart and see. Did they do anything like that. No they didn't they just what you have to get on the list right damage did. How long did you wait just about a year and that was the F- The next time I was told that you have a year. How was that experience getting out and be first heart transplant expanded to you because it's a credit approx of the book they called me up by doctor called me up and he said Steven you're in heart failure. The only thing we can do about this is a heart transplant. You're you're in bad shape and I put my head down on my desk and I cried. I cried. I really cried but while I was crying I was leading it in. I was accepting uptick. I was okay. You're sick again okay this. Is this the deal you're dealt. You know I have to deal with and once so it was done crying and I'm not kidding. Me was not a long time. I never cried again not even a single tier because what I did instead. was I started to armor up. That's my way saying it. I've been doing this my whole life marmer up. I visualize myself armouring. I eventually I got the whole suit of armor on I pick up a sword lower my visor and then I get my real weapon in the in gear and that's gratitude Senate become grateful for everything including illness. How do you find that inside. I don't know how to sell because gratitude I people have heard me say many times that I knew when people are doing well well because they express gratitude and forgiveness especially gratitude it finds it makes it. It's meaning making its purpose. It driven I. I don't know it makes makes everything you're doing right it. It's it's getting a nuclear powered battery yeah. It's it's once you have filled yourself with gratitude. There's no room for fear angst for anything else drill in a little bit though because should be able to find gratitude in the setting of all that that's pretty extraordinary if you could put a map together and how you how you found it or you know other than these suited up so that makes sense and you had that experience of doing that okay so you could be grateful for being able to do that. There was a real incident during in this time that that's where it happened okay They WanNa do put a pacemaker on me in and I always told told my doctor. My doctor wanted me to have a pacemaker for years. I always told them no. No come W- come on no come no pacemaker because it was part of that thing that had that I I couldn't listen to the doctors at that point in my life. I wasn't listening to doctors now hyper compliant okay so this is. Dr Comes into my room and he could sit on my bed. I said sure sit down and he tells me you need a pacemaker and I said well. I've always told by Dr don't ever WanNa Pacemaker. They just sat there and I talked to my doctor. He figured out excuse me how to talk to me. He looked at me and he said well. Your ekg is incompatible with life and once that got passed my stubborn wall. I was like Oh when can we do you know so we were in the this was my first procedure procedure after I had been diagnosed with the path of cardiomyopathy so everything's still brand new..
"taibbi" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"One dollar which are seven eleven APP and you you only get a pumpkin spice. Latte like seven eleven B Game Day ready plus tax where applicable valid participating locations farmers insurance knows there's a not so subtle difference between the sound of a car hitting your rear bumper and the sound of a clown car hitting your rear bumper sorry about that the balloon animals at my information we call that a three ring fender bender and we covered it at farmers may know a thing too because they think nothing to click for more under it my farmer's. Truck Fire Insurance Exchange Center affiliates available in every state the doctor podcast everybody as usual check out the swing and sounds check out of everything we have available. Dr Dot Com don't forget the opium Siri the opiates series and also the after dark podcasting guys might enjoy that and of course capable capable of wind in the sale of the Corolla pirate ship by supporting the people that support US click through on that Amazon banner and look out for some of those products. Their carefully selected for the website and for for this show is well. We are welcome to the program Stephen Taibbi. His book is grateful guilt living in the shadow of my heart it's available on Amazon and Google Books Barnes and noble the follow him at Steven with Avista. STV Taibbi T. A. I. B. B. I. Age of six Stephen had two open heart surgeries for atrial acceptable defect repair been told on several occasions he had a year to live three different times forty-six diagnosed with cardiomyopathy which.
"taibbi" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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U.S. Justice Ginsburg treated for pancreatic cancer
"I always get nervous when ruth bader ginsburg shows up on a news alert on my desktop and that's exactly what happened moments ago when we learned that justice ginsburg justice ginsburg had a pancreatic cancer tumor removed from her body and she spent the last couple of weeks undergoing <hes> i guess chemotherapy and radiation treatment achievement quote the tumor was treated definitively and there was no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body court a supreme court justice ginsburg received treatment meant for pancreatic cancer. This is their second bout.
"taibbi" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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Cigna announces plan that caps monthly insulin prices at $25
"Cigna corporation and Express Scripts today announced the patient assurance program which caps costs for a thirty day supply of insulin at twenty five dollars for eligible people with Taibbi eighties. The average out of pocket costs in two thousand eighteen for users of insulin through plans managed by Cigna and Express Scripts which Cigna acquired in December was forty one
"taibbi" Discussed on KGO 810
"Ville in the world. Walmart Taibbi churches locked up in the world. I've heard of this. Why would you shop contain purse and tied diapers and laundry detergent? They lock up a lot a lot. Because of that says about the neighborhoods. I guess like I just don't get it. And just to finish up the laser blaze. I like your chip I shaved my head and my face, you know, how expensive that says this shit Gillette. It could be thirty five dollars for a tenth of a good place. Those locked up. Ears when I say what? But he just say Schick that's a good word. Sure. Sure. To let extensive wants a Quattro the five late Schick? I believe. Begin associates unlock the cabinet and knowing. Yeah. Yes. It's you know, it's thirty five dollars. And you could stick it in your pocket, and blah, blah, blah. And you know, what I wanna do? I wanna get one of those who the top guys with the long thing and say, you know, can you open it up? I'm gonna wait no long time to get my racer. But don't tell anybody when I was younger. I got a hold of a credit card that was a stolen from the mail. Went crazy with it. Did they catch, you know? A will now. On the way to Vacaville wacky wacky fills in trouble. Like don't tell anybody radio. Yeah. Interesting. So just just popped in. Here's what's happening. Well, we'll get somebody went to a WalMart in American canyon tried to buy a hair products for African Americans. They were African American. They were locked up. Nothing else was and the ensuing. May may may happen radio Malay anyway, eight hundred eight ten we'll talk to this mayhem..
Your 5-Step Guide for Getting in the Podcast Game
"Today we are talking about the five step guide for influencers looking against the podcasting game. So we're talking specifically to people who have followings on other stages. Maybe you're on Instagram. You've got me over hundred thousand followers. You've got a huge Facebook page or Facebook presence. You've got a huge YouTube presence. You've got a huge Twitter following you were maybe in the music realm. A lot of side got a couple of clients right now that are big in the music room. They're famous for that stuff. Like what they do. They're in that space. I've got some clients that have huge YouTube channel. So. Have like three four hundred thousand people in YouTube, your clients have two hundred and fifty thousand plus people in Instagram so working with these influencers. It's always fun for me personally because we get to see the test different strategies with their audience. We get to figure out what works with them doesn't work. What is their audience respond to what keywords we used to get them clicking? How to be, you know, engage your audience to before the shows even launched to get feedback and get great pre podcast like prelaunch reviews. So when we we do is that we'll have launch team kind of getting dating kind of getting ahead of myself here. But I want us we have a launch team. We submit share the early episodes get feedback on the use testimonials or any kind of good feedback in our marketing for the show when it launches we've already got testimony before even hit. I tunes which is nice because it it's kinda like you see on the on the on movie theaters trailers. So it moves come out like critics say it's the best movie since Greece out. No. But you know, you hear those that you like the critics say this are so-and-so critic said that are so until sedan it's book blurbs too. So we use that podcasting. At least with my marketing campaigns are marking strategies do but anyways, let's get into guys. Let's get into five influence rules to monetize launching grow podcast yet out that was the original title. That was riddled had written down here. My notes so say again five influence rules to launch grow monetize a podcast regards set. Right third time. So number one is kind of like what I wanted to talk about but a little bit more detailed. So number one. When you're launching showing your influence, and you have an audience somewhere else. Let's say Instagram you want to get that audience on an Email list. You want them to them to basically say, hey, I want to hear about your show. See wanting them reason to hands and opting in to a to a list, you can set a symbol landing page using lead pages or click funnels and get them on a list that you can communicate with them one on one. And let them know what's coming up. So this is kinda like giving them access backstage passes to the show so one if you have not in somewhere get on the list asthma AM launch podcast. Do you wanna hear about it be part of behind the scenes fund that goes on? Career have fun. So that is number ones. Usually what I start off with when I'm working with someone in the space number two. You've got him on the list. We want to survey them one survey. One figure out for two reasons. Here do this. We're gonna use the survey to create our content our content strategy for the entire year. If we do it, right? They will map it out. They will let us know what kind of topics we want they want when they will let us know the type of verbiage they want. So it's really help us with our titles helps with SEO if we know whether Taibbi into surge, we know how to title episode, you know, how to write in our. But our time stance, you know, how to market this thing better 'cause we know the verbiage on using. So that surveys really important what I'll do guys for everyone here on this on this podcast episode listening because I love you guys. And your smart smart marketers, your smart podcasters? I'm gonna give you. My done for you survey that I use for clients usually I customize bit depending on who I'm working with. But this is a survey you can use to. It's basically a word doc of a couple of questions. I have that help really paint the picture for the podcast and juicy answers to you're gonna want. So we'll have that show notes here over at Lewis Ryan dot com. Or you can just DM units Instagram at Lewis Ryan de as and I will just hate like from this. Gimme the length is zone day. Can I have the survey from the deny be happy to share with?
U.S. announces sanctions against 17 Saudis over Khashoggi's death
"Saudi prosecutors announced they'll seek the death penalty for five people yet to be identified that it says are responsible for Jamal Khashoggi. Steph. Among those sanctioned by the US are sowed L Kettani, a Royal court adviser and communications director for crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman and Mohammed ELO Taibbi. He was consul general, and is Dan Bulwer kashogi was killed on October. Second. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia wrapped up its investigation of the killing the top prosecutor says a former deputy intelligence chief plotted the operation to kill the Saudi journalist dispatching a team of fifteen men to Istanbul. The invest. Gatien found. No senior member of the Saudi Royal court was involved in kashogi staff, something Turkish officials dispute. Jackie Northam, NPR news, Washington. A group of seven women in New Hampshire is suing Dartmouth College for allegedly shielding predatory professors a criminal
The Flying Adventures of Lizzy Lizard written by Angela Ferrari
"Are you ready to hear a story. We got a very special episode view this time. It comes from our friend, Angie at story, spectacular. Story. Spectaculars did not the children's podcast featuring original stories in classic Retailing's listeners will enjoy creative stories with vivid characters in sound design. So taking listen, and I hope you enjoy it. And don't forget if you do subscribe on your favorite podcast app, all head to story spectacular. Don't come. Okay. Hi, Angie. Can you tell us what store you've got for us? Hello. Rob. This story I have to share is called the flying adventures of Lizzie the lizard. There once was a tiny lizard name Lizzy who lived with their family and a magical place called lizard Lee. And it was a lovely village made of clay on a steep mountainside every lizard had its place in an important job to do Lizzy was from a family of food gatherers. These lizards would gather fruit from the jungle orchards and bring them back to the village for all the lizards to eat. What will I be when I grow up asked Lizzy one morning as she sat at the table, having breakfast with her mother and father with what would you like to be little busy? Her mother smiled. I wanna be a flying lizard and discover new places. Sounds like a lovely dream Lizzie, but lizards k. fly her father laughed. I think you should be a front gathered just like me and your mother while wine day. I'm going to become the first Blang lizard. Just you wait and see. As Lizzie grew older, she began to work with her mother and father out in the orchards collecting fruit, but she never stopped dreaming of one day learning to fly and going on granted ventures. Sometimes Lizzy would even sneak away from the fruit orchards and make her way deep into the jungle. She would climb up threes and we've from branch. Daring little wizard with swing on vines and places in the jungle. Forests. One day as Lizzie with sneaking off on one of her secret jungle John. She heard a strange noise coming from deep in the forest. She climbed up a tree to get a better look sound was coming from an old lizard who was crying for how. Somebody hoped me Lizzy sprung into action jumping from trade Atrim. She swum from a vine swooped down to the ground. The old lizard had it's stuff under a. I'm stunk UCI was napping by this loan and it rolled over onto my foot. You get on stuff Lizzy declared. She wished the law with all right in until the old lizards foot was read. There was also a strange wooden stick that had been stuck under the log as well. Oh, thank you. Thank you. You free me from the log and you found my magic wand, what a beret little Caesar. You're welcome. Did I hear you say you had a magic one. Yes, you see on the lizard wizard and now that I have my one back, I have regained all of my magical powers, you'll have magical powers. Well, sure. What would you like to see? Can you turn that golden leaf into an apple. Coming right up lizard. Wizard pointed is wanted the leap on the ground and he transformed the leave into a shiny red apple before Lizzy vary is here have a snack, amazing and delicious. Do you think you could make rock disappear. The magical lizard pointed is want at the rock in. Disappeared into thin air. That was incredible city. Do you think that perhaps you could make a lizard fly though, lizard wizard thought for a moment and rubbed his beard? I guess, with their permission, I could make a lizard fly. Could you get me wing so that I could find? Are you sure that's what you want my dear. I wish to fly more than anything in the whole world. While you've
New Blood Type Discovered
"I. big things the Justice communications. Network for make this. Show happen thanks Jason who's working the dials and thanks. For tuning in we, really, appreciate, it Follow us on Twitter Dr Dalia. Facebook deduct. The w show so I guess we may have. A new blood type And doctors. In. India have, discovered a new blood. Type not a not a not oh but p no Now I know that. Confuses the hell out of AME it's hard enough for me to learn about all these blood type says, it is, don't give me. New, stuff to learn Yeah you know they came up with a new geometric shape and now we. Got to talk about that I'm like really please don't. Don't come up with anything new I am barely keeping it all together with all the stuff that I gotta learn now Oh what's interesting about this is there was a gentleman who I believe was an accident And this isn't India and he needed a blood transfusion pretty urgently so they typed and. Crossed, by typing and crossing what that means is they grab a sample of his blood And then they look at the blood that they have in the hospital and they find a perfect match Well after about eighty units they couldn't find a perfect match, for this guy so the hospital sent his blood to the international blood, group reference laboratory in the UK And they found out that he had the phenotype p p No it wasn't it was his blood but but the type has gone And It's. Unique it's a, unique let's, say So most of us fall under a b. av and and. Just to quickly review what that, means if you have type a blood then you have these little baby antigens on the outer surface or. The membrane of your. Red blood. Cell they look. Really cute They look a little baby and just red. Blood cells are door Yeah I wrote an, article of my websites you. Can check it out if you want but they're just so cute So have you have type, a blood you got an But then have? Antibodies against b Or a b blood you won't be able to accept beer AB blood because you, only have a antigens Taibbi blood I'm The Ulaby, antigens but then you'll have antibodies against a an. AB AB has both a and, b which is why you. Can't if in an, immunologist It's all or nothing you have to, have only the exact type of antigen but. If you have some of what you have and. Then some others next to what, that aren't now it's not. Gonna work for you If you, have a b- blood yet both AM be if you're type oh you don't have the antigens your red, blood cell is kind of naked And they're so. Cute type of blood cells over liberal cute So if you're typo you don't have antigens on your blood So, somebody would type a type b era I won't fight it So if you're typo you. Are a universal donor We. Love if he'll type of blood type of blood we. As a blood Bank, will not let you sleep Again please I'm not a, blood Bank but one day I would love to own a. Blood Bank, I mean oh, my, God I I want to help these things. Out You know I they what they do to save lives I you, know I'm really into the blood and stuff so type, oh people are universal donors but let's say. You have a b-. Blood if you have. A b- blood your universal, recipient because you have a and b antigens. Then, you can take any blood Abe leads you. Could be blood you can, take blood so if you're type av you are one lucky. Puppy if, you're type oh, you're, the most popular you're the most wanted But, you're not that lucky. You guys remember that What was it The eighty yeah remember. Mr. t. yeah You know he had type of blood and. The only blood he was Murdoch's blood I. Don't. Want the crazy juice Yeah so anyway, so I have an article written on my. Website you guys could check it out then you have the RH, systems the, abo system for a and b antigens but then you have the h.. And the our age there are Most commonly and if you have then you're. RH positive if you don't have the energy into our age negative So if you are a be negative you could Again I don't know, if you're a. Be positive you can take anybody's but, it's wonderful If your own negative if. You have O-negative blood. We really really want it because you have no. Antigens. On, there so I'm be positive so I have, jen's and our h, engines Saint okay So what happens if, you give me type a blood. Taibbi why can have a transfusion reaction so what. Ends up happening is my immune system will start to. Fight and once my immune, system starts, to attack blood you get a lot of casualties so. You start losing a. Lot of blood cells so basically can worsen your. Anemia So. We don't want transfusion reactions now There. Are over two hundred minor group antigens other than abo RH. Abo and RH aren't the only ones so it's not a. Complete shock that this guy in India Had p no which was a very very rare new blood. Type identify because not everything has a b. o. r. h. But here's the problem He'll have a transfusion reaction if we give them, what we commonly have which means they need, to start a registry try to find other people, with p no blood so they could, give it to him or would he has to do, is once he's healthy start donating his old lied and have him save. It for future use that's tough because bled really only lives on the shelf. For forty two days we really don't, like to freeze blood So what happened to, the guy well according to cure on chara professor of Orthopaedics they performed. A quote blood less surgery they did a fracture of femur they did a. Repair that a repair his fever fracture And they did that once they were able. To raise his hemoglobin to a? Desired, level using other medications so my guess is, they gave him some, sort of blew. A blood boosting like throw poet. In other sorts of stuff to help boost his blood Matriarch plenty of fluids and then. Waited until he was he built up enough blood to do the surgery pretty, scary stuff so that's how blood types of work and you know it It's, pretty frightening to think that, there's that much art to it that there's that, much you know that much has to go, into you know that has to go into thought you know before, we give a transfusion that's why it is so. Detrimental that, you know we have people constantly. Available to donate blood and if you guys can't donate blood at least host to drive look, what's happening to California. With a car fire you know. We're having thousands of people displaced these are not, people that are. Going to be able to donate blood. On a regular basis And we have people who. Are now, burn victims that need blood so. We need you to donate blood or host to drive if you can't donate blood that's fine Host to drive it doesn't cost you. Any money the American Red Cross United blood services or your local blood banks does all, the work You know you just have to kind. Of spread the word to go, look is we're doing a blood drive, and then we collect as much blood as possible And then you know the. Blood banks prepare it and then it's, ready to be shipped or to be used locally National budget nation week, is going to be coming up September fourth through the tenth we already have multiple states have claimed blood donation days reach out your local governor and ask him to proclaim a blood donation day if he has it And reach out. To me if. You think, you can. Host a blood drive it is that easy if you're working the blood drive let me know I will find the nearest blood Bank that'll, help host it it's a piece of cake everybody gets cookies they get jus. It's really really fun One eight seven seven one eight seven seven deal. CD a. l. I we're. Talking about condoms. The other day. Because the, CDC had Issued a warning that our. Condom cleaning practices are a. No no you're not supposed to reuse turn it inside out or clean the condom not supposed to do this was throw it. Out now we're being told. That, Durex, condoms has had, to, be recalled because, there's, an issue where they may split don't go away we'll be right back.
China-U.S. trade war hits Daimler profit, may sweep sector
"Today hsieh's down by four percent becoming the first prominent company to college profit outlook due to escalating trade tensions between the us and china claiming chinese customers will now by fewer cars after beijing slap tariffs on us auto imports many timeless c class sedans at sev's a built in alabama then they'd ship to china daimler bmw ship about one hundred thousand vehicles to china from the us they see that was quoting to ever call almost seven billion dollars worth of goods in switzerland today the smp keeping borrowing costs ultralow saying the frank romain taibbi valued of this another batch of financial markets stress could lead to an appreciation again to grow the ball to the downside again leaving rates at a minus point seven five percent whether the rates since two thousand fifteen abolished its capital the front could one point two zero zero with the face of ecb qe frank appreciating about four percent since briefly touchingly symbolic one twenty per year oh level in mid april still for the be far better than a year ago when the currency was above one point zero and that's a bloomberg business flash his markus karlsson with more on what's going on around the world china has reiterated its fully prepared to respond to any new list of us tariffs on its exports a commerce ministry spokesman also said the nation would use a combination of quantitative and qualitative measures at the same time beijing has announced it will hold a trade summit with the european union on monday you president donald trump is planning to meet with russia's vladimir putin during his visit to europe next month bloomberg has learned the two possibilities for the meeting are either before the nato summit in brussels on july the eleventh or after trump's visit to britain two days later the white house declined to comment on the prime minister of new zealand has had a baby girl to send our done is now the only is not only the second world leader to give birth while in office the thirtysevenyearold says she so grateful for all the kindness and best wishes from so many people global news twenty four hours a day on aeronautic talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm markus karlsson this is bloomberg thank you very much indeed marcus for with the a m in new york city bob wade in the rest of the daybreak team a getting ready for their program.
"taibbi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"So that's what's that's the state of play we'll talk more in the program after we talked to taibbi about well let me just actually get this out here now there's there's a couple of things that you should be aware of obviously by now hopefully you are aware of the the protests that are happening on the thirtieth around you can go and sign up for those protests you can either sign up find out where they're being located you can start your own the we'll we'll put the link in the in the in today's show notes i don't have it right here it's i don't have the actual i thought i had it here but i don't have it we'll we'll put it in the link it was in yesterday's thing can someone take a look at it what in what was written in yesterday's post and let me know what it is also we're going to put in a a link to a basically a a list of stuff that can be done in support of families that alexis goldstein put together and we'll put that in the in the show posted a two what was the mic the wave twenty eighteen no it was the the families thing that we put in i wasn't i don't see how we didn't so it didn't get in yesterday's post all right you work on today and we'll deal with it but and we talked about it yesterday should have been in the the post families belonged together dot org families belong together dot org let's make sure we put it in today's post we had talked about it yesterday meanwhile the new yorker was responsible for reporting at least on one of those stories about the about the woman who i think is suing now the trump administration for the honduran woman who has not seen her five year old son and over a month i believe she's suing and an according to jonathan blitzer in the new yorker during the first twelve days that she spent federal custody rivera the woman had no idea where her son was she stopped eating she could barely sleep cried constantly the stress was too much no could give her any information about her child she didn't have a lawyer to help her press the point by the time she arrived at an ice facility on mateen she'd become so tra set she had trouble speaking the new yorker as you know is it's an iconic magazine that has continually provided some of the best writing and reporting in america today if you had over to the new yorker right now you can see a lot of different stories this one by blitzer is as part of the dispatch there is a story from an attorney on what it's like to represent children taken from their parents commentary culture writing of course you have all the critics review of books arts tv in more but in times like this really crucial reporting and reporting that you can you can trust they take their work very seriously and one of the benefits of subscribing to.
"taibbi" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Schley way about half an hour on the outside for owner why taibbi relaxant maximum relaxation chops really good we just faithful world cup sweepstakes so we were wondering if you would like us to do ios trust the least probably more but yeah you know what chris go for it all right so we'll do our well cup sweepstake with you guys whilst you on the other side of the world so let's just so n sweepstake you have a gonna get so really good at all i'm gonna get gymnasia no coaching taibbi thousand one would you like to know who you've got pippa and sobe in the sweepstake all right should we tell pepe i just go with this okay you ready yeah pepper you have got end the world cup sweepstake you have scotland so you pip i mean if you can draw again which is not really meant to but well done you could be in i shout best luck not so good for you taibbi realize the team that you have got is portugal what type good do you know why i'm going to draw genn for you because it's she's happy scotland chris because i can you're right you're just oh i'll be on a simpsons you giving up two thousand so when it comes to well cup taibbi you'll be shout saying to gal and pep shouting ohi scotland now guess what did at the weekend everyone went to the capital summertime ball baby john pool please welcome it was it was brilliant absolutely loved it yeah yeah took the goes and they had an amazing time that so face glitter on and stuff and it was just great radioready goods craig david amazing braley solutely amazing so runs through he was was good now a comprehensive name but camilla kabbalah barra all right i really did feel like rendered camila cabello camaro camila camaro so she started it she what seven brilliant dan dan dan dan and havana actually he wants you on the capital playlist and this week but you know you'll stuff it's this isn't capitals big some concert at wembley stadium yeah yeah they have they do every year they do the big some some of gig summertime bowl dominic went yeah with all the louds just my goes i see but it was really good did you see i know you're gonna say did you see rams the summit size did see rams with jack's johnson i think jackie jackson gelson jellison these gesture oh guy checks johnson yeah jax jones suggests jones came on did his thing and then you to bring on a special guest please rams i'm that point got heard of him he's he's going to wring his tang and bucking and then so i was kind of washington i've heard your take on stuff because there was a video and stuff apparently didn't really come across in the stadium i have some rams to play just to bring back those great memories yeah right gig that you had yeah it was it was on saturday yeah i was just interested in what he's wearing it and mazing like camouflage the top and shorts thing five.
"taibbi" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Toby high bed taibbi twenty six i i live in london and i i like sports at emma spare time i play cricket and i play football very much me on the show what what supports into cricket football what team do you support liverpool right great stuff okay all right well we're going to use some quickfire questions now okay thank you bed okay so now to one okay okay now we just have to do the general knowledge okay photo bed look what day is it jobs on one now thursday's answer what day is the twenty six to december better known as jobs into oh can okay oh thank you have your own bed while if that doesn't convince them to get you on then i don't know what will proclaim riddled with them you know you need to do purba claim why played rapper back home and there's nothing sexual about that that's true i think this part of him in my mouth oh that's hard how stopping how many inches only stop it throws no these days to show it's enough taibbi go round i see those big i have a tickly bottom there's a couple of cox on the back genuinely there is a little bit of flesh slapping just let into that muff sorry they've got smooth bottoms unkind join the ticket bottom don't be shy going grab them would stick out mama turn over never ten down sausage fest that will she is the noises that you've made it's all you what society my music my flame is type.
"taibbi" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"taibbi" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Thank you very much shut up your drew precooked doing some serious parcel delivering are we start in this again the only reason i ask his my dad at the weekend they were out in norfolk and he bumped into somebody he recognised neath or donahue that guy is he's walking his dog and he was lost wanted direction so him in my dugout talking he was darren gough say x england cricket legend and presenter on and he laughed like hamas simpson us right on to export so they got token and darun said oh what do you do in my dad said oh my son who is also work in radio as well what are what does he do got talking you at all and he was talking about the wind that un they did cowley william liam was a cali while even on him the so while economy wasn't on him say yet for those of you die rhumba but most v well we went through a phase of trying to get m m people djs and present his to mention taibbi beloit road yes entire blur arm so we asked the listeners of the show get sex than any a local stations senden any postcards mention yup and taibbi lebron spread to all sorts of names yeah we don't encourage it too much but if people perhaps wanted to do it than that might bureau or do you think unless know where when and where other i don't i don't know if we can even say that comey vanessa felt state while months it was playing our continent would it where thou garden.
"taibbi" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose
"But how would what does that mean what does that look like from you how do i could next to like through my business and my life's end just trying ends or the advice would be if you don't know what you're why is keep trying different things and he's looking for it don't just sit around going light what is it what is it what is it why don't i know what it is the only going to find it in the doing in the taking action yen's so at having things connect cheer y knowing we jack ma before knowing why you're doing what you're doing how do you do that how do i do that you have to do crap you have to do it your and then you have to think about it in get intentional mv thoughtful and not do what a lot of us is entrepreneurs to do is to just keep moving so fast that we never stopped a because we're likes frantic high anxious taibbi analogies for the most part rai who believe in achievement in getting things done and being productive and sitting in during at the walker to ours chan be very productive i absolutely agree i don't know if that was insisting just down by of i as i will let it set for now i know i loved it i think i mean i completely agree i think it's great advice that you have to take action to figure out how the thing that you care the most devout and that is exactly what i did in my own life was like a tried a bunch of stuff web designed business greeting cards and i didn't question not i like is this my why it was kind of just i'm going to try stuff and eventually it'll lead me to what i know it's my real mission and you said that ya one of my friends recently told me this quote that was.