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Has The Electoral College Outlived Its Usefulness?

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

06:24 min | 2 months ago

Has The Electoral College Outlived Its Usefulness?

"Everybody I'm John Dan host and moderator of intelligence squared. Us debates for this episode. I got online with four debaters. Who argued over this resolution? The Electoral College has outlived. Its usefulness. This was a debate that we had originally planned to host with our partners at northwestern law school in Chicago. We were GONNA do it at the law school. Obviously that did not happen. What did happen was that we had instead of a great debate. Digitally has turned out to be incredibly timely topic. So let's get to it the Electoral College. It's this unique construct of indirect democracy that well. It's it's not a college as the term is commonly used but it sure is electoral in that its members who are currently maxed out at five hundred thirty eight have been the actual electors of every president we've ever had since we've had a constitution even those five times in our history when the popular vote went to someone else in recent memory that happened in the two thousand election happened in the two thousand sixteen election. So what were the founders thinking? That's a question that right now. The Supreme Court is considering in an electoral college case but why did the founders think? The Electoral College was needed. And what good has come of it and also what harm has come of it. Well in these questions we've been thinking. They're the makings of a debate. So we had it for really really good debaters said yes or no to this statement. The Electoral College has outlived. Its usefulness as always Our debate goes three rounds and our audience tuning it online voted to decide our winner. But you can still weigh in on this when yourself if you're just listening for the first time to this debate we are taking votes right now at Iq to us dot org that's q the number two US dot org. If you go there you can cast your first vote before you hear the arguments you can vote for or against or undecided on the resolution. You know what? I'll give you a test to do that right now. I'll wait for you. Remember you cast votes one now in one after you've heard the argument and it's the team that changes the most mind. Who will be our winner? So go do that. I'll wait for you. So let's meet our debaters. I up to speak for the resolution. The Electoral College has outlived. Its usefulness. Jim Bowie Jim. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me Djamil. You are in New York Times columnist and political analyst for CBS News. You are also an alumnus of our series. So it's great to have you back also arguing on your team for the resolution. I want to say hello to kate. Shaw Kate. Welcome to intelligence squared. He John Thanks so much for having me. And you're a professor at the Cardozo School of law and Co Director of the floor Shurmur Center for Constitutional Democracy. You're also a host of the very popular law. Podcast strict scrutiny. So that's the team arguing for the resolution. The Electoral College has outlived. Its usefulness. Now let's meet the team arguing against that very low resolution. I let's say hello to Tara Tara. Welcome to intelligence squared. It's great to have you with us on one folks to know that you are the author of a lot of books about the electoral college including why we need the Electoral College. You're also a former lawyer and editor of the Texas Review of law and politics and your partner. I WANNA welcome also to intelligence squared Bradley Smith. Bradley Hi Welcome to intelligence squared tie. Thanks John Pleasure to be here and you are a professor at Capital University Law School and you have served as Commissioner Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Federal Election Commission welcome. I want everybody to know that was always our debate will go in three rounds and then you those folks out in the world are online audience. Get to vote to decide who the winner is all right. I think we are ready to move. Onto round one opening statements from each debater and turn those statements will be formed. It's each our resolution is the electoral college has outlived its usefulness. And here I up to speak for that Resolution Jamal Buoy columnist for the New York Times. Djamil your time starts right now. I'm going to begin with a discussion of how we got to the Electoral College in the first place and the think he thing I want everyone to understand. Is that the electoral college that we have the one we will use. November's election is that not actually the one that was ratified in seventeen. Eighty eight gone. Electoral College fell out of use quickly. What we have is essentially an extra constitutional mechanism to deal with the exegesis of politics as they've developed from the beginning of the constitutional convention and specifically when they began thinking about the national executive the delegates for trying to balance four simply four competing things from came to Hal. Choose and national executive They wanted a voice for the People. They wanted a fair representation for slave states They wanted independence from the legislature in. May had to deal the very simple question of. How do you actually choose national executive? In a big large diverse country they cycled through a few things Several delegates including teams Madison Propose Popular Election Others propose choosing from Congress But by the time They came to a conclusion which was at the very last minute the convention. They decided they would do this. Elector based system that each state would choose. Electors would gather together as a kind of congress of it's filtered through candidates They would the majority whoever won the majority of electors would become president Sprout Vice President and if there was no winner at to the house would choose on the basis of the delegations. No one was really entirely satisfied with this when they came to the conclusion but everyone expected more or less at the president of the Convention George Washington would become the first chief executive and this was a a straightforward way to get George Washington took become President United States. No one was really too worried about it. There is debate over During the revocation debates. But it wasn't a big sticking point. No one was too worried about mob rule in these discussions. They weren't worried about excessive democracy. Usually when the founders talked about democracy they were talking but a Fenian style. 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Digestive Health Featuring Sandra Pascal

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

09:10 min | 5 months ago

Digestive Health Featuring Sandra Pascal

"Sandra. We are so excited to be able to sit down with you today and talk about a really important topic and I think everyone's lives and that is digestive health so my first question is what exactly is digestive help. Hi thank you so much for having me on here first and foremost thank you Tara. Thank you for this opportunity. And thank you. For your time and your. Let's jump right in. This is exciting. You know digestive health you know what is it my goodness. I didn't know how important was until I came into the dough. Tara family and I just learned so much about how our gut is this incredible place in our body. Where so many things happen? And it's not like it's not just about like wait. I always associated digestive health with weight. you know that that was that's that was my correlation and then my mind was open to the fact that our immune system is like a a big portion of it is housed in our gut and I was and that was just mind blowing because once I knew that that I could. I started making better choices and was able to take responsibility for my own health on a whole other level right because our immune system you know that's how we our body supports itself and healing itself and my goodness and then the next thing I learned was how our emotions affect our digestive system like when you I mean. Think about it guys like when you get that news. Does your head hurt. Do Your shoulders hers it in do don't you can feel it in my stomach In my gut. I feel like I got kicked in the stomach. So it's it's an incredible areas of our body that we definitely should show some love to and definitely pay close attention and that is so fascinating. How one piece of our body of this whole complex system can so many different things. Yeah yeah absolutely so you see that absolutely so moving on from what is we moved to. How can we take care of it a little bit better so Sandra does the food that we eat impact our digestive health directly? Absolutely you know I'm a I'm living proof that it does because you know when it comes to nutrition it is such a like you know you hear like people start talking about nutrition and this thing this whole emotional thing happens where you just feel like a lot of guilt and shame and then you get overwhelmed because you know we just were so busy whether you're a stay at home mom or you have a full-time job or you do both or you have a family earlier or it doesn't matter you're in school. Whatever the case is like we all have these very busy lives and making sure that we're getting proper nutrition you know it's going to take some effort. It definitely is going to take preparation thinking about it putting a plan in place so that you are feeding your body the nutrients that it needs. Proper nutrition is so important and the more that we studied digestive health and how much in our nutrition plays a role in our overall an all our body systems. It's so powerful. Like you know that saying you are. We couldn't be more spot on like they nailed it. However nobody's perfect and nobody and you shouldn't try to be perfect because Dan not also creates a lot of overwhelm. So you know you try to buy as organic as you. Can you want to stay away from pesticides herbicides and GMO's but then that causes stress because some people are like well? I can't afford to buy food like that all the time or you know whatever. The case is so at the end of the day guys. It's just doing the best that you can you know in moderation be conscious. I did the raw vegan thing last year. Amazing very hard but amazing. Drove everybody around me. Courageous you're listening. I love you and thank you for being so supportive and I'm sorry it was so crazy but it was amazing but it was. I had to travel with my food. You WanNa be a Vegan. I mean how like when when I mean travel like if I'm going you know thirty minutes from my house to for a meeting or something like I gotTa Bring Food so so with that said what you what you WANNA do is eat as clean as possible and listen to your body because we have the Kito and the Atkins and the Vegan and the raw vegans and the this and the so many different diets and at the end of the day. What I've learned this is just for my own personal experience in the last two years diving in the whole digestive nutrition and emotions world and how it impacts. Our Body is listen to your body. And there's wonderful tests out there that you can get blood work and saliva work that you can get done to figure out how what your body needs if you really WanNa know well. This is where science comes in. We're health and wellness company and we're all about natural correct but we also can use modern science to leverage. What's good for us and what's not. What our body can processing it. Can you know what you may be? Okay eating meat to three times a week. Your stomach your digestive system might be awesome and then taking the Tara Tara pieces than the supplements and doing all that and drinking. Lemon your water. You're good to go but I read me and I don't feel good I just don't feel good like it just makes me feel and I feel bloated and I just don't miss it anymore. So but that's because my body and I did that test I actually got tests done and it was so eye-opening that a lot of it had to do with you know my culture like if you if you take a look around the world like certain cultures. Eat more of this than that. And that's what I love about the supplemental tear that I found fascinating fears ago when I was told at one of the conferences that even our supplements Tara has specifically designed them depending on the region like where they're being bought because certain areas were of this than that get more this nutrient than that nutrient so I thought that was pretty fascinating but anyways with that said you can imagine like you understand what I mean by like different cultures. Eat more of this than that right. Absolutely your body. Your body's going to process it differently right so if you really WANNA know they get the test done and find out what your body processes. But in the meantime you don't need to go that far. Just TRY TO BE MINDFUL KNOW. Eat more veggies. More fruits don't eat late at night. 'cause DOT 'cause you know you're eating and then you go to bed so now you're laying down and you expect your port justice system to work while you're laying down sleeping. It's really hard you know. It puts a lot of stress on your body. So being mindful of the time of day that you eat the portions that you're eating and definitely getting plenty of water and eating clean as you can and this is where our products come in when you're not a perfect person so if you're listening to this and you're not a perfect human being and you don't have the perfect diet and you're on a budget so listen up because I'm about to give you some really awesome tips. So thank you and that leads perfectly into my next question that I have so there are all these things you can do. There's great food that you can incorporate into your diet to make sure you're doing your best like you said we're not perfect. So what are some essential oils that we can use to support our digestive system so as far as the oils first and foremost lemon? I mean that is you see. Everybody's squeezing lemon in their water at the restaurant but you're not getting the essential oil. You're you're just getting like the juice and and the real like the Mac daddy the good stuff what you really want in your system is the lemon essential oil and that is in the rhind. That's not in the fruit. So one drop of lemon on an empty stomach so you know. I'm the type of person that if it's not in front of me with like flashing lights I don't do it even though I know I'm supposed to I don't so I put a glass of water next to my bed and when I wake up it's already there. I put a drop of Lemon Open. My you know my essential oil box and I put a drop of lemon and I drink that you want to switch it up. Grapefruit is also amazing but recently because now we have this amazing celery seed essential oil. I do that. And there's celery juicing all the craze and it is amazing and it is awesome but trust me. It's a lot easier to put a drop of celery seed essential oil eventually comp or in a glass of water and drink it then making your own freshly pressed celery juice day.

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"tara tara" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"tara tara" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"But they still should have filmed this in the daytime, maybe. So he walks out. He seems like the world's biggest douche like what she. Yeah. Unless she is an awful character in the movie, I think he's kind of brat. She's a breath. So she deserves it like the hail. I didn't say that. I didn't say that. You question. Yeah. In if, if does the movie want us to think he's the good guy or she's the good guy or nobody's a good guy or they're both good. Like that's what I want to know. So I think that in the nineteen thirty nine audiences. I think that they're saying, like good. She's getting her come up here. But I think that a modern audience would would would not be sympathetic to Mr., Mr. rent imagine. You had an argument your wife, and then you're leaving the house for the day. And you say, frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn like your stuff is going to be in the in the frigate backyard or in the in the furnace, when you get back, Rosebud get Rosebud at your childhood sled is going to be got. So it's did she cheat on him? Maybe. And that's why like he is the. You don't think she cheated there was no cheating back, then I think there was cheating, but I don't think do you think cheating started? I think was the first cheater think. You know, I think it was a lot of cheating going on for for a long time. I don't think that this started in civil wartimes, okay? Pre-civil war. Maybe a revolutionary war. They started with cheating. I don't like they're having reason that show not covet thy neighbor's wife is in the ten commandments. I think people listened to that. And nobody coveted for. We're listening. You don't think people listened, they heard straight from God, and then they're like, no, no, you're the expert. There was no cheating happening in the bible. I'm sure someone cheated somewhere. Yeah. You don't have any Old Testament cheating stories while so they had a bunch of wives back, then also, so could have multiple wives. I don't know if that helps cheating probably not. But so he's leaving he's going to Charleston. She's hearing voices at the end Tara Tara, Tara. She's. Flan. She's a she's gonna win back. It's not gonna work. He's don't think is there a sequel to gone with the wind going to win two or goner with the wind gone with regard again with the wind gone girl, not the secrets those girl girls. Now the sequel, yeah, I don't know if there's a sequel also one complain about these movies from the late thirties, early forties. People back then must have an extremely stupid because they have to tell you when the movie's over they have to flash on the screen, the end both these movies, have it. It's like yeah. We get it. They're like people wouldn't just sit in the future for weeks if they didn't flash the end on it. I had or no. This is a much better time than that for many reasons. But I just think people really dumb. They thought this was a good movie. First of all, I wanna know why I'm actually very curious of all these movies. We did. I wanna Google and find that like, what she did to deserve this bad anywhere. He just slams the door in her face and said, I don't give a damn. Well, let's look. Yup. I don't think he cheated you don't think he cheated. But, like also her what do you think of her acting? I'm not. I wasn't visor these actors bad acting. Yeah, she's crying. But it's very much like the first day of acting class..

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"tara tara" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"tara tara" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"tara tara" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"tara tara" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"tara tara" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"tara tara" Discussed on KGO 810

"Get your calls at eight hundred two two two five two two two large midday live. This is Tara Tara, Tara, Tara Tara. Doesn't matter tomato tomato race. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I wanted to bring up an aspect of the conversation that I feel is missing. Going to try to be quick about it. Yeah. There were two callers called in in your touch to the Asian countries. And I have a family member a half sister who was born in Japan. To a Korean mother, and she was denied citizenship. Even though her mother was a resident of Japan lived there on. I'm not quite sure the circumstances. But she was not getting any citizenship in Japan. Even though that was obviously her country. Yeah. Into that that you know as Americans were born here many different, you know, ethnicities races. If you say, but we are Merican because we are born here. So I don't know what else you want. All right. That's good. Thank you. I appreciate that. Craig? What do you say to those? Well, just two quick items historically, kitty, curate gutter self in trouble back when she was a anchor, and she introduced the head of a hospital down in Texas, and they were having economic difficulties in he said, they might even have to close because so many people were coming across the border. Some of the women were still wet actually because obviously they're crossing the river. But I was more interested in the Canadian situation where in front of parliament, there's a Bill that would obviously stop the birthright citizenship because they've had such an influx of Asian women using this. So I got to go through congress. But we gotta get Democrats on board with this. Because I, you know, obviously, it's it's seen as a good way to get people in here to vote, you know. Yeah, I think everything is about political expediency and not about what's good for the state of good for people, and, you know, for a healthy economy and just a functioning society generally seems to be not a priority. Can't roads don't function. Sanitation doesn't function immigration as a function bare minimum. They from the government or the anarchist. We just don't know it. The government officials want anarchy is that the plan now. It sounds like you're right. I mean, this is why I would fear of single payer. Sounds like you're gonna throw healthcare on on top of this for the government to deal with your healthcare dollars will definitely be strengthened over to a train to nowhere. Don't go to pay pensions. Dan, Patrick plans. So don't expect. Yeah. Had to that. They came out and said that Medicaid if you did it for everyone in California would be two hundred eighty billion dollars our budget in California is right around one hundred and eighty billion. So as far as paying for it. It doesn't look like that could happen. The way they conceive of it could not happen. It just could not happen. But, but they maybe they could find ways to buy healthcare that officiant or options for people, you know, considering multiple kinds of plans seemed like the rational thing to me, and then one that includes something that everyone can afford. But of course, you know, I don't know why we don't have multiple options out there. Susan. What are you say? Oh, hi. I wanted to say, you know, I'm from the bay area. But I was the frontline probably fifteen years ago, you know, as far as being a Nick universe. We started chain a lotta immigration, and especially some of the women, you know, they kind of know the system and also they might be me right in China or Mexico, but they come here single moms. So there is a lot of networking into housing because their babies, you know, everybody tries to do their best. Right. I mean, we don't we don't we don't cast people out in this country. I mean, I literally take your grandmother that had kids and other countries, and they are like eighteen twenty twenty one and all of a sudden they're having a baby as a single mom, and they have all this family around. So I was a single mom. So I had to work, you know, right? And some of these matters in the bay area, they have to work two jobs, or they have to you know, that are here that don't get any benefits anymore exhausted. Right. Whereas, you know, so it's kind of and it does cost. It's affecting how often do you see your doctor now how you know the weights. Yeah. Absolutely. And doctors are trying to do the best. They can to take care of everybody that comes here. But there is kind of a limit in how much financing and everything and what's interesting. I wonder our roads spat because he goes to the general fund and we have holiday shop occasions. Yes. And that's exactly what's happening looking asset financial standing when they don't need to be in Yemen. No, no. Of course, I understand why they're coming in the border of horse. It's an international problem. It's an international province shouldn't be a California problem, and it should be something that we care very deeply about. But we don't have unlimited resources to solve here in California. And we are we're sinking. And it it is it goes fast. And that this is not gonna go. Well, eight hundred two two two five two two two is a keep taking your calls Lawrence. Dr drew midday live, Dr drew. Cagy? Oh, eight ten..

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"tara tara" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"tara tara" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"tara tara" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on Z104

"Zoos, dirty work Wednesday. So for dirty work this week. We talked to a nice girl named Tara Tara is married to Steve. And they recently made a huge marital decision together. I married. My husband, Steve and a wonderful, man. So recently we made a decision to get a unicorn. Sorry a unicorn together. Now, you're probably asking yourself. Why would you get a fictional horse with a Hornets head that is not what she meant? Here's what a unicorn is. If you don't know, by the way. We didn't know what it was either. So here's what unicorn is. So as a third person you've got to bring you into the bedroom. Totally consensual people are into it. And you just sort of have relationship with this person. And whenever you do three of the scale. Okay. So that's the unicorn you're married. You have a third person who joins you for things in the bedroom. And she said you sort of have a relationship with this person says not like every week in a different person. It's the same person there's sort of a part of a relationship with you. So I said, well, then you're swinger. She said, no, it's not swinging. There's no couples it's just us and another person on this case, it's a girl named NICKY. Now there are rules to this type of thing. And the rules apparently were violated normally when we make plans to hang out. Tired, and panicked and everything and I. Which is fine. I've been noticing that she's been texting. Which is not fine. No. I mean. Okay. Now is texting your husband against the rules. Well. Against the wall. Is. And I think. Okay. So to recap Nikki is the unicorn Steve is the husband. That was Tara. She thinks that Nikki and Steve are trying to have activities without her relationship. Yeah. And actually you have a really good point yesterday. You said you didn't you ask for this? Yeah. You kind of put yourself in the position for this happen like. Another woman need your bedroom. And you're already having issues with your marriage, and you think that's gonna fix everything. Right. So my opinion. Yeah. Yeah. Initially said yesterday, didn't you invite this sort of thing? I mean, you have another woman to your bedroom. You don't think you're going to want to mess around with her behind your back a bit naive? And she said, no, it's not we all established the same set of rules for this relationship. Anyways, she's worried that they're trying to have some fun behind their back without her. So what we did is. We texted her husband pretending to be this Nikki girl. Hey, it's Nikki I got a new phone. Here's my new number. And then we texted Steve again, saying I'm not gonna talk to tear about this. But let's me and you get together call me at work. And then when he called he called our hotline what you're going to hear we come back is the moment. He called us thinking he was talking to Nikki, but he was really talking to us and his wife was listening. That's next. I think your the. The real deal. Big fat phony. How smarter you this early in the morning? Marquee..

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"tara tara" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Pretty good Wants to speak with you about the. Hall. Of fame situation. Okay. Go for not yeah I'm not necessarily some dome would always is doing and it's unfortunate that the hall of famers Retaliating like doing I think that's a hall of fame should come up with some specific guidelines. As. To what it. Takes. To get into the hall of fame you had some it's been so subjective over the years You guys have gone in the, first time second time third time even guys that have died and then. They finally get, in and they don't even get. The opportunity to come so if, a player was based on the players activity on the field then how does a guy ended up dying and then eventually getting in so I mean it's been so up and down. And then when the re react then. Everybody seems to be upset because he may. Be, upset because. It took him so long to get in even though the shows where he should have, gotten in the first time so I'm not condoning any fighters actions I think that Tara Tara launch should, go unfortunately he's not I don't think that. The hall. Of fame is should take a position that, they're taking but but I think if they get some consistency in how a players gets into the hall of fame a lot of player will. Know going in. All right what's expect we we only Got about a minute left here Tom and this is, probably an unfair question but if you're gonna. Answer it. I would truly appreciate it Have you worked on. Statistical theorem that you would propose, to, make it cut and dry is who, gets in and how to take, the subjectivity out of it I really don't? Know because you have guys with statistics and, for players off the field people seem to use that against him did he have not in the National Football League you got guys that have had arrest records and Done things much worse, than Terrell Owens ever did who got. In quicker than te'o did so I don't know? That the hall of fame holds much against him Then you have some guys that was. Done anything and then they're they're they've passed away and they get in So I mean that's that's just nature Tommy you're a, tougher, guy than I am. Apparently that you wanna turn your nose up at the, human nature of someone saying unfortunately we've lost this person we may. Have erred in not getting ahead of time but let's try and, correct, the mistake and put them in posthumously I think that's a good thing if anything it's pointing out your own shortcomings group and maybe your negligence, to, that point feed rather. Not have them vote them in Bob you didn't put, him in his life spirit don't put them in when he's dead Wow that's that's about as harsh harsh Te'o, were doing I'm not going there My number two. Does not look like a number two. I don't know what to call it is? There a number three Table for four please Anything close to the, restroom Middle. Seat with these stomach problems that's my fear of flying sound. Like you if it does you could be one of the many people with the digestive condition called..

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"tara tara" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"I know that's your job and raise like so what's good here well we have a really good to know tara tara is that is that the uncooked stuff i'm like right you're too old to be asking that question i'm sorry you were a blazer everywhere blazers sleep okay you cannot be wearing that many blazers and not know muhtar tar simone cares disgusted and he's like well i've had that experience with the tar tar before that was order okay it was like when we pulled teeth and there were totter all over them baby why you that i think you're jealous because i'm working now and you don't have all of my attention you you are are now now what work like what are you working on well you know me i'm just career gal now you know me like nine to five what a way to make a living right right don don don don tom a ray don don don ray i've started a gala gala my motherinlaw i will work tirelessly until we find a cure for whatever it is that we're supposed to be finding a cure for yeah in other words on the show hugo charity called no huber yellow huber it's like the oh yeah well it sounds like it's like an irish patio huber but it's actually the oh the oh foundation or something or maybe it's oh i don't know i don't how about she put the oh and i don't know and she's been working behind the scenes ak you're just in working on it i'm like change your semantics ma'am you gotta love getting people to come by calling it the gala like no people are serving up like where's oprah and give us some gale and if you look at the sign into later in the episode the os and quotes like we don't really mean this is for an oh it's actually for a q.

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"tara tara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ark android what was the plan then did you kind of lay it all out and the fact that you knew exactly what type of albany wanted this to be fascinates me that you kind of had the foresight of of these three albums so what was the planet the beginning or the plan was to work on dirty computer but what ended up happening was i was an independent artists and then i got a distribution deal shortly after i was selling my cd's out the trunk of my car living in a boardinghouse with six other girls having my own album released parties wonderland records was was formed we were very much independent i just got fired from office depot so i was in a in a real like underground independent state of mind and i was writing this music that was really inspired by science fiction afro futures them telling these stories through the lens of a young black woman and speaking of a future where we're included they were not the minority but we're the heroine's where the leaders were the heroes girl magic case doubt came that they've been trying to just they put a black on hold on the planet jane bond never django django jane is really about standing firm in my beliefs as a woman and standing up for women and protecting women celebrating women yes upset i'm angry at many of the things that i hear coming out of the mouths of people in the position of power i'm tired of the abuse of power but at the end of the day i do believe that we are on a shift change and women are uniting we're realizing that we're stronger together with more powerful together and sew django james was was important to say that we're all magic okay stand it came they've been trying hard just the biggest they put a black and handy album deti compete as released on april the twenty seventh and you can preorder it now my guest today shakira born the filmmaker who's involved betas and film critic tara tara you origin elmo nathan yeah i think she's fantastic everything she does is so exciting i'm you know it's brilliant because.

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"tara tara" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on WTMA

"News twice i can only advise news the democrat party outlet and that there are these lefty racists segregationist is that you just you gotta hear him to believe in that's coming up this morning and i found pinschers of remember that tara tara and ads from the old the oldham days tear it and the cigarettes that are recess charcoalfilter if i remember correctly a delicious tobacco products sara dallin i'd rather fight ben switch remember that that was their slogan that was their thing i'd rather fight than switch and to add such their advertisements included people who had black eyes he had a black guy and in some cases two black guys and i bring and i might post a couple of these because they had men with a black guy i'd rather fight than switch smoke in a tear it and whether smile women with a black guy here's one with two women they each have a black guy but they're smiling because they're smoking sarrett they'd rather fight than switch and there's one woman area who has two black guys she's smoking to tear it where the big smile and she says and that goes double for me that's what she says we're going to post we're going to post as based on what one of our brilliant colors that none of posts of these pictures their butts seven women with black eyes her and we're going to say that adam schiff did this to them they're gonna has no recourse he has no way to defend himself will just have to resign they'll have to.

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"tara tara" Discussed on X96

X96

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on X96

"Can say hey that thing left my life i wanted to go and now it's gone send them to radio from hell at ex 96 dot com put moscow on the subject line and i uh let's see i had one of my own oh wobbly restaurant tables must go i can't stand it and melt sometimes they'll come and try and put a match book under the earlier i don't care what you have to do get rid of those tables that i was at a restaurant the other down zero the table wobbly okay let's move so we moved that table wobble the next stable wobbled maybe you were wobbling know notes are and if you're at a restaurant with cloth napkins i find if you put the cloth napkin under the table leg in that it that works and then you ask for another now okay well the first first tabled wouldn't work because it was the actual table top i that was wobbling and then the next one it was the legs that were web alessi here's a must go from sean frontrunner rose differently from all other meeting experience of driving bus or tracks trains run on the opposite side from what you're used to like we're in england for instance southbound trains run on the east and north bound trains uh southbound trains run on the east and north bound trains run on the west like the not the same we drive your i got it okay i see young it's confusing we are not driving that he rein the afghan however counterintuitive until you get used to it every morning the new bees were standing waiting for the train on the opposite side of the plateau i see what he's saying it's no it's people that are stupid that are doing that i'm sorry tara tara signs that say yes but you might you can see were intuitively you might say will not scuttle them now and sean should.

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"tara tara" Discussed on The Awkward Human Survival Guide

The Awkward Human Survival Guide

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on The Awkward Human Survival Guide

"Was there anything else that weird that happened i i think they were pretty decent so i don't know if you wanted to talk about this by who was it about it's about your cousin and his girlfriend and what i said about his girlfriend ion i don't remember and i ran ahead okay so i'll give them fake names is the cousins i know you might i dunno if you've many and funds that are also on his one of us are we are we talking are we talking about people erode home with all of them yes okay go hand okay so i had pretty much met the entire family already and so there was one woman who i had met yet and i was like oh that's where they have a measured if we caller tara tara sure so so you're gonna be so tara tara was on a couch like talking to people or whatever and i turn to adam and i said whose daughter is that and he like no one's dot her that's you know so and so's girlfriend knows like that's really weird news like why and i said he looked she looks exactly like his sister and yours as rare mad gather like light he or she looks like part of the family like and and he was like that's really weird and i was like why and he said because that's you know so and so's girlfriend and that's his sister or whatever insults if anyone didn't follow them on basically widens dating someone who looks like assests yes yes as exactly later this year which is like richard thought it was a member of the family who wouldn't be dating the exact person whose sister look at this it looks like ours you're slade hour actor it looked like they were all related it looked like are all brothers and sisters ed i was like that's really weird i had never thought about it because she's so different on and it's not like this cousin is has the thing for his sister is far as i know but i i wouldn't necessarily.

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"tara tara" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"But i will say an apology from brock it matters maybe not to the league sports of as a a fine or suspension whatever whatever the penalty is but for me i i do think it was i am i don't wanna praise and because he he's the one who ship who said the dirty shot rights direct it would need to be an apology if you didn't take to that level anyway but like you said guys don't normally tho that kind of shot and then you know come right after an apologize crono some wrong he knew he did them wrong again it's wrong he should get whatever punish me get and he should be you know get the twitter a conversation that he's gonna get but at the same time you know like i said he did apologise so that that does matter you know you just can have avenue i'm almost like i said i'm i'm less surprised when guide this happens this is a sport of aggression these this is who these these guys are like we hit each other for living in the hard you had some guys the more money you make though sometimes it's hard to turn that trigger off it's hard to turn that switchoff like that where you're that frustrated in normally we jet frustrated you get physical now that about that i mean obviously it's a sport aggression like you to said there's no space for brock's actions right we'll see how he pays the pendant whether it's a fine whether to spend june whether it's internal team discipline it sounds like ace a find would be more likely them suspension in this case we don't know for sure but i will fall that story every as we gets a further along in the week he could see whether or not grog does face and he penalties from that that play agassi suspension i could see that has been having i i we know you're right it could i would think maybe a fine but we shall see by the way tara tara left that game with a knee injury it actually happened on the very first play the game but he's got it out for awhile with nathan peterman could be the new starting quarterback for the buffalo bills again jose this i know that it's not an all good that and he.

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"tara tara" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Delicious men owing or talent what wall into receivers you can make all the terrible again vince and kelvin benjamin imply i'll at which was disappointed very very disappointed do they score and i and it and i don't my vessel shady goes crazy yeah they can't that's the problem and you know i love with my does this but there is context here i just said any put it out on twitter and y'all attributed to me and i certainly said this i'm not gonna run from it i said tara tara tell there's not the guy uh i lights are on sale the retire rod taylor is not the guy at least let me provide a little clarity swipe think that and told he did a great job throughout the game he just doesn't take shots downfield man now i mean he just thing is you know right in front of them shovel crossing rounds you know non non threatening throw labee coach to do that he might be eased might be but when you down seventeen three hundred twenty two six and you're on the road whether it's against the jets were or team that's that's really good you got problems there because every good team eventually finds themselves do too early fumbles or whether or circumstance were bed goal or bad bowed sometimes really good teams or down and sometimes you got to roll up his sleeves and put 20 points on think about the poor guy so think about this think about the teams that have won championships reese recently at least who in who their quarterbacks are it's the guy who down twenty eight the three or whatever the score may be down a touchdown or two or tanner toward that sort random scored whitehall the guy who's down 28 but i'd buy wave's out there and but it's on purpose now and the.

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"tara tara" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Not going to run from it i said tara tara tell there's not the guy uh i lights are on sale the retire rod taylor is not the guy at least let me provide a little clarity swai i think that and tony did a great job throughout the game he just doesn't take shots downfield man now i mean he just everything is you know right in front of them schauble crossing rounds you know non non threatening throw may be coach to do that he might be he might be but when you down seventeen three down twenty two six and you're on the road rhode whether it's against the jets were or team that's that's really good you you got problems they are all because every good team eventually finds themselves do too early fumbles or whether or circumstance were bed coal or a bad bounce sometimes really good teams or down and sometimes you got to roll up his sleeves and pulled what he polls on think about the poor good so think about this think about the teams that have won championships a research only at least who in who their quarterback are it's the guy who down twenty eight the three or whatever the score may be down a touchdown or two were tanner random scored about hold a guy who's down 28 but a about it algerian but it's on purpose not only now and the right so if think about bat situation and it can't do you trust your quarterback to come back from that situation now it could be 28 to three it could be a touchdown it could be a with a minute left it could be 14 points in the fourth quarter could be 20 points in the third quarter ever whatever the scenario with you you believe that your quarterback can come back and win those games though think about the teams that have come back in one super bowls that.

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"tara tara" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of you because of ensure because they're not but i don't think the majority of people understand that that money that comes from the government it doesn't just it you're at a thin air and a lot of people think that the government donnellan artist unlimited money to spend on anything they want at eggers choose not an esa comes from the it anything with tara tara did you know an adult i don't know if that in tires les people peple under look people you have car insurance they understand the concept of insurance they don't wish mandatory or yeah but there's no no it's not car insurance is not mandatory now oh london mandatory in so far as you're getting in trouble legally if you don't added in yellow no no it's it's conditional based on your behaviour if it if you own a vehicle that you're going to drive around the road that's a condition that the mandatory part of obamacare was simply because you exist right you ma you're well that's that's that's those are at that's it that's light years of park because it is to say that if you participate in in this or that you must be ensured obamacare was to say that because you wiggs issue must buy this product that i believe still unconstitutional had a huge problem what we have that but that's the point they want the benefits though of it they want all the free benefit that that's what we're finding out because when you look at whole even of republicans we love the benefits of a buck heat the good parts of obamacare what are they the better a fits what are the band parts the taxes on the mandates well if you don't have the taxes in the mandates rebel get the benefit well then then then how do you get the the the benefits all the rich will pay for dad's people justify and then they move on because this this isn't this is it it this is wilful ignorance is what it is it's hold being that in the future i can get something for nothing that's what it is.

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"tara tara" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tara tara" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"Goes personally from my perspective a perspective the more time i have with you the more i know you because i don't like to force things she's like thanks i hate rate to and he's time with you makes me feel like we've got time together and tamas time you know time after time cindy lauper wow on this date has been brought to you by tara tara productions moved then the jobs i against the rose yeah rachel's rachel's like guys gets arrest why does it why did the a leads always tell people to get rest chris harris and tell them to get some rest should they decide i mean third these are guys in their twenties and thirties do they need her to say gets arrest guys fly once you go to above i said earlier eleven at the latest your baby mama giraffe videos problems i will be there so jobs liar is so happy you know i'm really glad to that gut this rose because some people have ulterior motives amac why does everybody keep saying alterior motives yeah only with there with that is he's like i felt butterflies in my stomach yeah please never wear white jeans again 'cause it's winter and you look ridiculous k okay get rest so at the mansion it's raining and iggy goes the weather today appropriately fitting the weather today fits like a coca cola bottle i love the language of the patch ler why people just reinvent language on this show yep yeah so tiggy has yet a new pair of glasses on and he goes to see how rachel was affected hurt us.

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