35 Burst results for "Ten Years"

10-year-old among three shot at mall in Durham, North Carolina

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

10-year-old among three shot at mall in Durham, North Carolina

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting a North Carolina police chief says three people were shot Friday in a fight at a mall a shooting during Black Friday shopping at a mall in Durham North Carolina left three people shot and wounded and another three people injured as panicked shoppers ran for the exits one of the shooting victims was a ten year old child who was struck by a stray bullet during police chief Patrice Andrews told reporters the shooting happened around three twenty PM inside the streets at Southpoint mall the chief said an apparent fight between two groups who knew each other led to the shooting and one person was detained Andrews vowed there will be more arrests hi

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Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon

"The Pollock removed from president Biden's Colin last week was benign the president's physician says it was a slow growing but potentially pre cancerous lesion that required no further action in a follow up memo doctor Kevin o'connor says the specimen was similar to one removed from Biden in two thousand eight he says routine surveillance which normally calls for another colon Naskapi in seven to ten years was recommended the Mayo clinic's website says most colon polyps are harmless but some can develop into colon cancer over time my

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The Incredible True Story of Squanto

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:09 min | 6 d ago

The Incredible True Story of Squanto

"In 1608 before any ships before any people settled in what's now Massachusetts, I never knew this, because we all know that the Mayflower landed there in 1620. Chris, you knew that? I did at one point in my life. Right. So 1620 is when the pilgrims land at Plymouth. Sorry. But I always assumed growing up that that's the first time that anybody came to like what's Massachusetts. But I found out that's not the case. And the story of squanto, which I'm going to tell right now, which just wait, wait till you hear this. It starts in 1608, and it turns out that English trading ships would travel from Europe from England to Iceland, Greenland make their way down Nova Scotia all the way down and they would trade with the natives. Now I never knew that. So the natives were familiar with English sailors coming and trading and giving them knives and pots and pans and they would give them pelts and whatever. And they would trade. I never knew this. Well, in 1608, a group, a group, a ship led by a captain hunt lands or drops anchor off of what is today Plymouth Massachusetts. And the braves come down to the shore to trade with them as they've done before. Well, just so happens that this captain hunt was a bad man, and instead of trading with the braves, they whack them over the head, put them in the long boat, take them out to the ship, throw them in the hold, sail to malaga, Spain and sell them into slavery. This is 1608, one of the braves was a 12 year old. Boy named tisquantum. Now this is true story. This is all documented. I've done the research. Others have done the research. It's true. So he has bought by some kindly friars, who seemed to treat him well. Teach him the Christian religion, and this is the part that we'll never know how this happened. But they arrange for him to be freed and to travel to London. Now imagine from malaga Spain to London. So this is an Indian from what is today Massachusetts, a Native American, a patuxent, makes its way to London with the idea, and this is where it's crazy of getting back across the Atlantic to go back home. I know. It's like being on the moon and saying, so when's the next ship going back? There's no next ship going back. What are you talking about? But I guess the idea was not insane. He worked in London from what is it around 1612, 1613 for four or 5 years with a family called slany. This is all documented. This Indian named squanto to squantum learns the English language. He's there when he's there when Queen Elizabeth is on the throne, we're talking Shakespeare is writing his play. So he's in London. This Massachusetts Indian, and this is years before the pilgrims ever get to Plymouth rock, crazy, right? In 1618, I believe 1619, a ship is found. For him to go back to his home. And he's going to translate obviously because he knows the language. He's going to be on the ship working with these English as they're stopping, you know, and he's going to be doing the translating and so on and so forth. So somehow he gets passage on a ship. The ship ends up having to spend the winter in I can't remember if it was Iceland or Greenland. It's in my book. Where does it say? Newfoundland now, hold on a second. Anyway, the point is that it took them quite a while to get there, right? So they basically, no, it was Newfoundland. Sorry. They spend the winter in Newfoundland. And then the next spring, this is like 1619, they bring him to what's now the coast of Massachusetts drop him off. Thank you very much. Goodbye. This sounds crazy, right? This is document. This is a true story. So a year plus before the pilgrims land. This Indian has made the journey from Plymouth to Spain to London, spans 5 years London, learns the English language, learns the ways the English, and then ends up back where he started. He finds his way on foot to the village, which is right where Plymouth is today, right? Village where his Indian, where his family is, they have all been wiped out. In ten years, he's dreamed about getting home, he's dreamed about returning. He's dreamed for ten years. He's thought in his mind of doing the impossible to get all the way back

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports

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Lee Strobel Talks About His Inspiration to Write 'The Case for Heaven'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | Last week

Lee Strobel Talks About His Inspiration to Write 'The Case for Heaven'

"The evidence, the stories and everything. So let's just let's leap into it. I mean, there are people that don't believe they think this is it and in my book is atheism definitely. I feel like it doesn't really make sense on a number of levels that this is it. But why did you write a book saying effectively, this is not it. There's a thing called heaven, a place called heaven beyond this world. Well, several years ago, I almost died. And yeah, my wife found me unconscious on the bedroom floor. She called aromatics. I woke up. This is something you never want to have happen to you. I woke up in the emergency room. And I looked into the face of the doctor and you looked down at me and he said, you're one step away from a coma two steps away from dying. And then I went unconscious again. When was this Lee? How long ago was this? This was ten years ago. Ten years ago. I had no idea. Yeah. What is that? It's a severe drop in my blood sodium level. And I had I lost a kidney as part of it, and I was hovering between life and death. My blood sodium level was so low that most doctors when I give them the medical data and I was like, look at me and say, oh, you died, right? I mean, you can't live with it. So they have to raise it, the level very carefully over a period of days because if they don't do it right, you'll end up physically or mentally disabled. You may die. And so I hovered between life and death for quite a while. How rare is this? It sounds very rare. I've never heard this before, and it just happened out of the blue to

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Can Biden Bounce Back From Falling Pole Numbers?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:30 min | Last week

Can Biden Bounce Back From Falling Pole Numbers?

"David, the poll numbers for President Biden are awful and getting worse. I mean, genuinely, through the floor, bad making Trump look strong by comparison. To what, what is the most significant aspect of that? There's an argument on Twitter this morning. It's a scamper from Afghanistan, others say inflation's others say all of the above, let's say at you. Well, I'd say that it's all of the above, but I'd say it in this manner. I think what Afghanistan did and what the president has not recovered since Afghanistan is it punctured this image of him as a competent steady leader, right? And that is one of the reasons why Americans elected him. One of the worst things you can do is a candidate or as an incumbent is fail on the issue that voters shows you for. So you can make all kinds of mistakes. And voters may not like it, but the one mistake you can't make politically is, but this is the whole reason why I elected you. And that's why Afghanistan mattered so much to Biden's image. And I think we can now say that in the hindsight of a couple of months since it happened. I think the issue with inflation is that the president has been doing a number of things that many democratic voters like and that look, it's possible just like with ObamaCare ten years from now 15 years from now, voters are going to really like some of the stuff that he's been doing, particularly in the larger social spending bill that has yet to clear the Senate or finally cleared the house. But right now, voters are most concerned about inflation and things related to inflation as it affects their view of the economy and their view of their own personal economy at home. And when you're doing a bunch of things that voters may like if you ask them about it, but they don't think you're doing enough for the number one and number two problem, let's say that are impacting them right now, they are going to be very unhappy. And all these other things you're telling them about is not going to get the job done. In other words, you can't tell them. Look, I know inflation's high. But if you get free preschool or taxpayer funded paid leave, that's going to make your milk cost less and they're going to that's not going to kind of need that thing, but I don't see how that's going to make my milk and bread cost less. So those that's where Biden is tripped up.

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Joe Biden's Plan to Fix the Economy Is Attack Businesses and the Private Sector

Mark Levin

01:20 min | Last week

Joe Biden's Plan to Fix the Economy Is Attack Businesses and the Private Sector

"Joe Biden has a plan to fix the economy ladies and gentlemen to bring down the price of gasoline the price of food to fix the supply chain to bring down the inflation rate He has a plan And he's going to announce it tomorrow You know what the plan is To attack business and the private sector You know where he got this idea from Franklin Roosevelt No matter what Franklin Roosevelt did you see the economy would get worse and worse the unemployment rate would go up and up He was effectively nationalizing industries through the back door by compelling them to do things they didn't think was so smart He had a brain trust around him That basically set up trusts and wanted to manage them and tell them how to conduct their activities It wasn't working They took a terrible recession and they turned it into a ten year depression So they blamed Hoover and then they blamed the private sector And by blaming the private sector he was actually able to do more in terms of spending borrowing and passing more laws and left and right They need a boogie man The American Marxist need a boogeyman because their ideology is a disaster

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CRFB, Rep. Jim Banks Break Down the Consequences of Democrats $5T Bill

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last week

CRFB, Rep. Jim Banks Break Down the Consequences of Democrats $5T Bill

"The committee for a responsible federal budget found that the legislation cost as much as 4.91 trillion over ten years That's 5 trillion Congressman Jim banks who is very solid chairman of the Republican study committee's catalog many of the most radical policy So in addition to massive spending which will leave the further mass of inflation It's not the oil companies creating inflation ladies in general They couldn't do it if they wanted to It's the American Marxist Innovation killing socialist price controls the bill would institute government price setting of prescription drugs which are shown to be likely to lead the significantly decreased private investment in new cures page one 9 7 7 Funds Biden's banking surveillance apparatus The bill would spend half a $1 billion to hire new Department of Justice tax division agents to bring civil and criminal cases against Americans like you page 8 78 Remember was funding prohibition regarding Uyghur Muslims in China Democrats have removed a provision in the previous draft of the reconciliation bill Page one zero 8 two which prohibited any funding provided by the title on science based technology to award a contract subcontract grant alone to an entity involved with using the forced labor of the Uyghur Muslims and Xi Jiang province in China This would remove the protections Preventing taxpayer dollars from going to entities using Uyghur Muslim slaves in China

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The FBI Wades Into Dangerous Territory

The Dan Bongino Show

02:31 min | 2 weeks ago

The FBI Wades Into Dangerous Territory

"What is the FBI doing With now this finally a whistleblower finally a whistleblower blowing the whistle on what they were doing that and a story that doesn't attack Donald Trump What are they doing with this collective targeting of parenting and this tagging of them so that the counter terrorism unit Can go and investigate parents Folks this is real This is happening These are the kind of stories repeatedly In the last say ten years plus I've been involved heavily in the political scene Let me just tell you a true story These are the kind of things you thought never in this place never in the United States When I first learned about the spying scandal on Donald Trump I was in Texas I was meeting with business partner mine at the time Or business company owes me it doesn't matter And I'm in a hotel room with my wife and I get a call from this guy who was a source of mine He used to work at the FBI When he told me that the FBI and the CIA and other foreign intelligences had colluded to spy on Donald Trump I swear on my life I almost hung up the phone I thought that's ridiculous That's the dumbest thing I have ever heard There are so many various choke points that they would have to go through and get over the FBI to do that That there's no way that that actually happened But it did And then when I heard that there was a DOJ memo that had been launched in conjunction with the national school boards association request to investigate parents out there at school board meetings speaking out against their kids being indoctrinated to critical racism training I said you know what There's no way that happened either But it did And then I said if there was a Hunter Biden laptop out there signed over by Hunter Biden to a computer store with pictures of Hunter Biden In compromising positions with people of various ages and on that laptop or emails of a foreign government a foreign government clay emailing and in their implications that a foreign government was paying Joe Biden They were holding 10% of him The Chinese Communist Party I would have said no way that happened The FBI probably would get that information out before an election So people can know what they're voting for or would undertake an investigation I would have said that's all crap But you know what That

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Scottsdale Moms Targeted by Secret Dossier Speak Out

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Scottsdale Moms Targeted by Secret Dossier Speak Out

"We have with us two moms who are fighting for liberty and freedom Amanda ray and Valerie Shannon. Get those names right? Yeah, good. Thank you. From Scottsdale, Arizona, so our audience is sort of briefed and versed on this whole drama. And partially so because I called out Jan Michael Greenberg for being a creep like months ago when I spoke at the because I just was like kind of a weird guy. And you guys have been on the front lines of this for a while. In Scottsdale, moms that were concerned about your kids education and you came out and spoke out about that, but in the recent weeks and now days this has become a national news story of what we have seen in Scottsdale. So let's just start from there. Let's start first kind of why were you concerned about your kid's education and then how did you get your how do you get into this? Do you ever think that you would be kind of in the midst of a national news story like this? No, not at all. I think like all of us we were not really paying attention to what was happening in education. And then when COVID hit and our kids came home and we started to get a bird's eye view into the classroom of what's happening. And then I realized how much control that school boards have. I didn't know a single board member's name. So when I found out that they had the ability to keep us learning, online, we started researching, and we discovered Jan Michael Greenberg, who was a 24 year old boy, unmarried, no children in the district had run unopposed and elected to make decisions for our children. And so, we tried to figure out what's his, what's his reason here? He was listed as a politician on his Facebook page, and I was like, well, this is nonpartisan. Why is he here? So we started to advocate for parental rights and transparency in the district and moms have instincts. And I think we all just like there's something not right here. And so we followed that and we just pulled that thread and then in August, in an unsolicited email, Jan Michael sent a screenshot of his desktop to another parent, as he was harassing her and calling her anti semitic and a white supremacist and told us that we were dangerous. Because because of a George Soros implication. Yeah, a screenshot of something that was said in a private group, he attacked her. We've always kept it to his issues and his behavior on the board, but he pulls the race car. Of course he does. Yeah, and he's a white male so he's an impressive, unless he pulls a race car, so he's got to pull something. So that's how it started. And he sent us the screenshot. We actually didn't follow it for a long time, because who's dumb enough to send a URL without password protecting it? So we then typed in the URL and I clicked on the link and physically got ill seeing photos of my 8 and ten year old, photos of me, photos of my homes and property records, background checks on 47 different parents. And it was yeah. I mean, we all just I was

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Caller Believes Trucking Has a More Diverse Community Than Corporate Board Rooms

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller Believes Trucking Has a More Diverse Community Than Corporate Board Rooms

"I was instructed for ten years I've been driving for almost 40 There's a multitude of different backgrounds out here Of Cuban black white yellow green and we have none of this Wait a minute John are you telling me trucking is more diverse than the board room at Comcast and NBC and MSNBC I was an instructor for ten years We have different backgrounds of employers that have been out there doctors lawyers that have been tired of doing those professions They've gone into trucking Different multitudes of races religions and let me tell you something We all stick together out here and Tiffany and she wants to stir up a bunch of hornets She has done it Because those truckers out here we have our own way of doing things We stick together but there is nothing racist or one sided about anything We help each other out here Every way that we can And that's a message for she had no a damn

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'The Case for Heaven' Author Lee Strobel Describes His Brush With Death

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

'The Case for Heaven' Author Lee Strobel Describes His Brush With Death

"Do you believe in an afterlife most of you listening to this program probably do? But I hope there are some people who don't because I have as my guest, Lee strobel, many of you know him. He's written a lot of big deal books, always starting with the words, the case for. Not like the case of the purloined letter or the case of not mystery stuff, but the case for. He's a journalist or was a journalist for a long time in Chicago. And the new book is called the case for heaven, a journalist investigates evidence for life after death Lee strobel welcome. Thanks, Eric. Great to see my friend. It's great to see you and I have to say, you know, the greatest compliment I could give is I wish I wrote this book because this stuff lights me up. The evidence, the stories and everything. So let's just let's leap into it. I mean, there are people that don't believe they think this is it and in my book is atheism dead. I feel like it doesn't really make sense on a number of levels that this is it. But why did you write a book saying effectively, this is not it. There's a thing called heaven, a place called heaven beyond this world. Well, several years ago, I almost died. And yeah, my wife found me unconscious on the bedroom floor. She called the paramedics. I woke up. This is something you never want to have happen to you. I woke up in the emergency room. And I looked into the face of the doctor. And you looked down at me and he said, you're one step away from a coma two steps away from dying. And then I went unconscious again. When was this Lee? How long ago is this? This was ten years ago. Ten years ago. I had no idea what's called hyponatremia. What is that? It's a severe drop in my blood sodium level. And I had I lost a kidney as part of it. And I was hovering between life and death. My blood sodium level was so low that most doctors when I give them the medical data on, they look at me and say, oh, you died, right? I mean, you can't live

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Fox's Brian Kilmeade Discusses His New Book 'The President and the Freedom Fighter'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Fox's Brian Kilmeade Discusses His New Book 'The President and the Freedom Fighter'

"I'm talking to Brian kill me, you may know him from fox and friends, but he's written a lot of books. This one is called the president and the freedom fighter Abraham Lincoln Frederick Douglass in their battle to save America's soul. America soul could use a little saving right now. But we're not going to talk about that. What made you want to write a book combining these two figures? Well, I was looking for the last time I was here. You kind enough to interview me about Sam Houston, the Alamo Avengers. So I try to find an angle not plowed and the Alamo is, but San jacinto isn't 9 months later he ends up taking him out as San jacinto beating Santa Anna in 17 minutes because Texans know it, but the rest of the world. So I go, what's next? The Mexican war, I didn't think had enough. My opinion, I'm sure there's a lot there with Lee in the quartermaster grant and the fact that these generals fought on the same side and then years later, they'd be trying to kill each other and a lot of them successfully. I said, all right, the Civil War. What could I do that's not plowed ground from Ken burns a series to the remarkable book, David blight wrote about Frederick Douglas Scott? I think the book of the year, 5 years ago. And then what about Lincoln? I literally you and I gave the same situation. We get books about linking to our desks all the time, and they're all great. I'm waiting for nobody who's written been written about more. It's like maybe three people like who've written about Napoleon Jesus, Lincoln. I mean, I don't know how many books have been written about Lincoln. So yeah, what do you do for a fresh angle on the Civil War? So what I wanted to do is also I didn't mind tackling race, but I wanted to do it through quotes, not opinion. And racist never left the news, Black Lives Matter is raging at the time. And then you have you have a situation where as late as Condoleezza and rice Condoleezza Rice on the view, having to defend herself growing up in a Jim Crow south who knew all about racism, but grew up as his conservatives says, don't ever let it be an excuse. So I said, what have I talk about their parallel lives to the degree in which they read a lot of the same books? Did they overcame incredible obstacles? Nothing like Frederick Douglass. I get it. The guy was enslaved until he was in his 20 years old, two tries, got out in the second time within 7 years has a biography. It's a bestseller, and then starts a world tour and becomes famous in Scotland, Ireland, Germany, and England. This guy was a slave ten years before, but decides to come back to America because his 4 million enslaved 350,000 slave owners and he sees potential in this guy Lincoln and the Republican Party that we're finally ready to do

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Creepy Dossier Rocks Scottsdale Unified School District

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Creepy Dossier Rocks Scottsdale Unified School District

"If you think what happened in loudon county was just an isolated incident, wait till I tell you what's happening in Scottsdale unified school district. So this guy, Jan Michael Greenberg had emailed one of the parents about some sort of back and forth calling a parent antisemitic over her comments she made about billionaire George Soros, like give me a break. But in the screenshot was a link to his private Google Drive account. Now that private Google Drive account then, the parent had the wisdom and the wherewithal to actually go see what does he have in the private Google Drive account. Well, in the private drive account, he had a dossier. Of parents private information, pictures of 8 and ten year old blogging and collecting information on parents and the stock still unified school district that might speak against his regime as governing board of the stock so unified school district. He said, we've identified in there were 47 people who he hired private investigators to check their backgrounds, their divorce decrees, he had social security numbers, property records, and mortgages of parents who have just come and spoke at the Scottsdale unified school district. In Arizona, I hope you're listening very closely. Your taxpayer dollars when you pay money, I pay Scottsdale taxes, by the way, hello, this includes me. When I pay Scottsdale, unified school district, money, I am paying for this creep to go spy on parents. Meanwhile, Scottsdale unified school district enrollment is going down, they're masking children against state law and what is he focused on, oh, he's creating dossiers. With different labels and different folders, one that was labeled anti mask lunatics, or press conference psychos, or parents showing signs that say CRT is racist, or S USD we demand transparency.

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Veterans Day Gary Sinise-Intro + Wrap homes

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Veterans Day Gary Sinise-Intro + Wrap homes

"On veteran's day the seventy fifth home built by the Gary Sinise foundation will be gifted to a veteran in Texas Sinise is best known for the character he played in Forrest Gump the Gary Sinise foundation launched ten years ago to help veterans like it's lieutenant Dan character including marine corps staff sergeant Jason Ross everything below his hips are gone from an improvised explosive device blast in Afghanistan his dad's a Vietnam veteran is is mom and dad are as full time care givers I've got two daughters and we wanted to build a specially adapted smart technology home for him it was built in California they're controlled by AI pads and you can raise the shades and put the lights down you have security cameras and and the hallways are being here and I'm and then the showers are more manageable A. A. R. P. profiled Sinise's work with Ross in a short film called reporting for duty I'm at Donahue

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How Joel Berry Began Writing for 'The Babylon Bee'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

How Joel Berry Began Writing for 'The Babylon Bee'

"Joel berry, my question to you is, how did you get into writing comedy for the Babylon B? You're very young. And yet you have a mustache and beard, so you're not that young. Yeah, it's an interesting story. I was in supply chain logistics sales for ten years. That alone and hilarious. Yeah, thank God, I'm not doing that today with all that's going on, but I wrote some things on the side. I had a little blog. I had a kind of a podcast that I did in my part time. And that was it. You know, I don't have any background in comedy or professional writing. I just was a fan. I started writing for the B on the side and my spare time. And they took me on as an employee about two years ago and to this point now I'm the managing editor of the site. So I don't know. Yeah. Like anybody shows up and they just make you managing editor. No, you know what? What I find funny is that I've written a lot of comedy in humor and I've written a lot of children's books and those are two genres really. Where most people think because children's books are for kids and they're simple, like they could write children's books. And most people because they laugh at jokes, think they could write humor. And actually, I think the two hardest things to write are children's books and humor. If you do it right, basically, because there's a lot of bad children's books, but the idea that you were a fan of the Babylon bee and then suddenly were actually able to do what they do and to become a part of this institution. That's pretty amazing, seriously. I mean, it's just, you know, you can't you can teach a lot of things. But you can't teach

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Search for life on other worlds tops astronomy to-do list

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Search for life on other worlds tops astronomy to-do list

"US astronomers put the search for extraterrestrial life at the top of their to do list for the next ten years I'm Ben Thomas with details a survey by the National Academy of sciences finds astronomers stressed the need to continue hunting for potentially habitable planets orbiting other stars they say the coming decades will set humanity down a path to determine whether we are alone the report explains life on earth may be the result of a common process or it may require such an unusual set of circumstances that we are the only living beings within our part of the galaxy or even the universe either answer is profound also ranking highly in the survey exploring the origins and evolution of black holes galaxies and the entire universe the report also encourages greater diversity among science teams I'm Ben Thomas

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A highlight from How Goats are Tackling Tennessee's Kudzu Problem

TN Magic Moments

00:30 sec | Last month

A highlight from How Goats are Tackling Tennessee's Kudzu Problem

"So how did you get into this. So i've been raising for about ten years Three years ago. I had an opportunity to remove some vines off of offense at an industrial park in South knock straw plains area. And the guy's like yeah. I've got these vines on the fence. I can't give like two fifty a week to bring goats at here like something idea than i was in the news for it and then i couldn't keep up with emails so knox goats was border. Nice

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"ten years" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

03:22 min | 2 months ago

"ten years" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"The michele bachmann the world and the jim demint dementia the world and it was just so striking to me that the people who were defining where the republican party stood where these very new very junior members of congress who twenty thirty years ago would have ever heard of right. Now they're driving the debate because they know how to work the system. They know how to work social. They understand the currency now. It isn't getting dollars for your district. It's getting donations. That getting you on hannity getting a big re tweets and all that i feel like that world changed even in ways that surprised a lot of republicans. I wanna talk about repeal and why repeal failed because that i think is also a really crucial lesson around if we take this break on september eleven two thousand one sixty amateur sailors were at sea filming a reality show on an eighteenth century replica. Ship there weeks from land in the nearest tv aradio nine morning with single message was conveyed through their one satellite phone. Four planes hijacked two towers down pentagon attacked thousands dead now. Was it not a single other piece of information for weeks. What was it like to experience nine eleven in isolation and how would they make sense of the radically different world. There returned to. This is just one of the stories in nine twelve. The new podcast series from amazon music and pineapple street studios in each episode of nine twelve hosts. Dan burski tells the stories of characters whose lives would never be the same. After september eleventh and through them we begin to realize that there are new lessons to be learned and that we just might have enough distance now from nine eleven to make sense of some things. We couldn't understand before. Follow nine twelve wherever you get your podcasts. Or you can binge all seven episodes right now on amazon music or with wandering plus so they tried to repeal obamacare twice failed both times and i always think about is so insane when people these arguments against the filibuster like cinema mansions like well. How would you like it if the republicans just came in and try to undo the stuff. It's like we literally just lived through that. Like what are you talking about. What are mike my high. Am i losing my mind. I think i covered that. They tried to repeal the aca with fifty votes. What kind of universes it were. You need sixty votes to pass the aca but only fifty to repeal it. How is what's that friend of progress. And yet even though they went through reconciliation even they only had to get fifty votes and they had a few votes to spirit failed. Why i mean. There's a lot of reasons they failed. I think among the reasons they failed number one was we said before policies hard legislation is hard it inevitably involves taking your big ideals your big slogans and translating them into actual legislative language and then modifying that language to deal with the brazilian people who have a stake in it who are going to want to change it right. I mean that is a difficult process to do it. Takes years of work. Democrats had done that work. Republicans ever did they are not a policy anymore in the book a bunch of republicans. On the record saying yeah. We don't care about policy anymore. We just don't do that. Regrettably because i was talking mostly the narrow the small few who actually did care about policy. So that's that's one part of it second though. I think fundamentally if they had done that work right..

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"ten years" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

05:19 min | 2 months ago

"ten years" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"I've always told the well massachusetts does this mandate and then that becomes the model for the character never actually knew how important it was and it was amazing to me. Reading the old memos interviewing people interviewing obama about this like the first thing out of his mouth my so. Why did you like well. We saw what worked in massachusetts and we were all like aha we can do. This and that's becomes built into the affordable care act. The funny thing is and you were this earlier right. People forget that in the two thousand eight presidential campaign hillary clinton who was the front runner who is like all over healthcare. 'cause she'd done the clinton healthcare plan when her husband was president. It's like she had the mandate and obama was the one who instinctively said. I'm actually not so sure. That's a good idea. Not so comfortable. The idea of telling people that have to get a product they might think is too expensive and by the way. Is it going to work. And he gets eventually once. He's in the white house. I think we talk about obama at some point. The great thing about obama and ezra refilling of obama's he's very much. he's a substance guy and he's very much a part of the intellectual establishment which was absolutely convinced you needed the mandate to make this thing work. The congressional budget office who's projections. Were essential the passing lower convinced to work and so we ended up endorsing it. And meanwhile of course the second it becomes part of the democratic plan right all the republicans who had in some cases like weeks before said mandate turn against it and it becomes a symbol of everything. That's wrong with your character becomes passes. There's the lawsuit challenging it. It barely survives. Because john roberts for reasons. That only john roberts will know eventually decides. He doesn't want to kill the whole law. And meanwhile at the end of the day as it happens republicans end up. When they can't repeal under trump they failed repeal the healthcare law as a whole they decide to get rid of the mandate and. There's lots of predictions that well and take away. The mandate and the insurance markets will collapse. And they didn't in fact it doesn't seem like it had much impact on now. There's a there's a really important astras. I wanna talk forever. But like there's a very solid argument that if you hadn't had the mandate in the first place the you know you needed at the beginning and then you don't need such theirself. We'll see. But i definitely think at the end of the day like the amount of time we spent clearly not as important as we all thought. It was a central fight. It was essential fight the debate. It was a central fight in the construction of plan than the aftermath. Then the lawsuits than tax repeal and the whole argument and like every. This was like complete. This walked cannon. Okay you will get into a death spiral because here's what will happen. Young people healthy people won't buy insurance because they're not required to they will be outside the risk pool..

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"ten years" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"ten years" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"There's this disconnect right between the sort of old intellectual conservative class which still exists right. I mean it exists. In some think tanks it exists exerts lobbying influence. I mean we still have the coke brothers who are to some extent about very old fashioned. We don't want regulations. Don't tax us as you say. It's a complete mismatch with their base which is perfectly happy to have a generous welfare state. As long as it's for that we see in european democracies. There's a kind of more coherent version of this but we don't really have that here at the moment and the contradictions between those two. I think do explain a lot of what happened. In the trump era why they weren't able to govern successfully because those are two very different worldviews right and they they tried to take run at repealing and that to me talk about. Let's talk about the affordable care act. And let's start with this. Sometimes i feel about the affordable care. Act there's a very funny joke. Obama once told the white house correspondents dinner where there's some battle over whether npr is going to be defended and he made some joke about. He's like an npr has a table here. So i guess you guys are so funded. Where do we end up on that. And so i think that about the aca. It was so central to all of our lives who covered politics. Those of us like myself. Who is in washington during the big fights over it. The multiple challenges the court. I've covered it like. Let's start with the now. How is the doing under the strain of a national pandemic. what is it status. right now. status depends very much on your baseline for comparison. I would say on the one hand on the negative ledger right. We are still the only country in the developed world that doesn't have truly universal healthcare. We have many millions of people who do not have insurance. We have many millions of people who have insurance but they still can't pay their medical bills right. 'cause got these high deductibles. The premiums are really eating into their into their wages. We have people who they know they have to. You have.

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"ten years" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

This is Actually Happening

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"ten years" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

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"ten years" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ten years" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Everybody so this episode of stuff to blow your mind is sponsored by the all new Mazda C X thirty which I actually just got to test drive recently in the beautiful beautiful mountains of southern California and I will say as some. We've told you on the show before we're not really car guys. We don't know a lot about cars. I'm sort of an automobile Philistine. But from on this auto Philistines heart. I will say this was a really wonderful car to drive. I truly enjoyed cruising around the mountains. In this thing. It was very smooth. It was very stylishly sung to my non Kar Heart in a way that cars usually don't so what's actually in this thing details wise so it has class leading standard horsepower horsepower and is active all wheel drive with G. veteran control plus for ultimate control and I will say there is a very special thing about this car. I have driven another car like this. When you go around a corner in it? something about it feels almost like predictive like it. You know you don't need to do like jerking around trying to correct your turn like everything in it is extremely smooth and continuous. And I think that's what's going on here but it's also got a beautiful design on the outside. Yeah Yeah I mean basically. The thirty is size to be agile in the city while still having the interior space in utility to go anywhere anytime encouraging an active life style and to your point. It's the the idea that you're not having to to wrestle the machine to get where you're going there is a. There's a meeting of the man in the machine. It's also very nice driving experience in a visual way. Where like the car doesn't have a touchscreen and a you know we're like you can see those touchscreens? Come up and kind of distract you while you're trying find navigate the the features and stuff driving instead. It's more traditional kind of command controls that you go with buttons and Levers from the steering wheel but it actually makes for a much nicer acer less distracted drive. You've got your eyes on the road. Yeah you're not playing video game the drive the car. You're driving the car but it's also got connected car features that give you convenience at safety peace of mind Got An in-car WIFI option. Remote engine start stop and door. Lock Vehicle Status Navigation Service vehicle finder automatic nine one one dialing in the event of an accident So it's really got it all and I really truly enjoy driving this.

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"ten years" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"ten years" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Fiction films are coming out that they're going to be prime candidates for that sort of thing or what marvel films will be coming out that Will Force us to reconsider. Scientific Victoria picks you gotTa pull the weight on that one. Because I don't see these marvel movies I am not hip with it. I don't know what's happening. I am not as good about keeping up with them. as I was but I mean really how do you ignore them when they come out. They're they're huge. They're kind of A. You're GonNa Watch them on an airplane at some point sell Black Panther and it was good and I watched I just like the X.. Men with Santa in it and that was not good That's about it well. That wasn't a film that was that was devour. Okay and they can find a attack widow. Oh we that's right. I forgot that That it's going to be like a spy action thing right. Well maybe it will be some cool gadgets in there that will be worth exploring. It would be very good. I mean it really would be essential to do something on climate change On stuff till your mind in the near our future twenty twenty. Yeah I think especially because many of these You know pretty confidently climate. Change linked linked weather patterns Saturn's and disasters have been becoming increasingly hard to ignore in the past few years. I mean we think about the wildfire problems this year and God I mean Amazon. Yeah yeah that's a Downer isn't it but I mean the something you gotTa talk about and you'll be covering I mean we all have an obligation to To run those stories right and then how stuff works. Dot Com already has some fabulous resources on that count. I mean your article on a the climate change this year we did. We participated in covering climate. Now where hundreds of media outlets just strove to generally bring climate change and climate change stories To the public and publish them. It was cool. I feel this is something that you know. We all work as science communicators so there. This is something that's worth pooling our our intellectual resources about How do you how do you get attention for stories that are not inherently fun like the climate changes? It's like if there is a single subject. Science that people need to be aware of and need depth stories brought to their attention about right now is probably climate change but like the climate change stories are not very enjoyable usually to read about or to listen to they they can be kind of depressing or you know it's like what I don't know I didn't mean to just trail off there but like yeah what. What kind of resources can we bring from our Storytelling capabilities to get people on the hook for these stories. The same way they would be for things that are naturally more fun that are easier to understand that are easier to get excited about and have a reading or listening appetite for they're not all going to be rosy stories but I think that we are are having some success with the collective human consciousness being applied to this mega problem In eighth think it's important to note the successes people are making changes like there are a lot more electric cars on the road You know we have gotten a lot more creative about our usage of energy and we're we're Thinking a lot more about it so I think Joe that You do have to kind of be positive and I think you have to break it on. People don't like being powerless. And so you have to make sure. It's accessible and doable okay. We know we don't necessarily live on Australia. We can't control these fires but are there other things that we can be mindful about. Is there a talking pinpoint. I can have with my child when you know we're talking about you know being out in nature or something like that there you have to relate it on a local level and I think thank you have to incorporate some positive points at one a couple of positive spins that I've come across so first of all we ended up talking about the goes on layer. In one of our episodes I was an episode on highlander too but we still talked about the ozone layer in the science of the ozone layer in the story of of scientists saying. Hey we you need to do something about this growing problem and then everyone being able to work together for the most part to then address that problem and get us on the right track with that issue like that's an inspiring story to me because it shows that yes there are cases where we can do that where we can get the couldn't enough collective will to actually address the problem and work towards the solution and and we can take that to the climate change situation another another aspect to that and this is not my thought I've I've seen this Echoed elsewhere. Is that when you look. At the the ravages of climate change. They are things that that human civilization has has done. And that is a one level that is that is the depressing part of it but on the other other part. That's that shows you the power that human civilization has and if we can if we can do much harm without meaning to you then what happens when we we actually turn our collective attention to solving the problem. It's solvable we can do it because we it did the damage but I mean I again not to be a Downer but it's also a double edged sword because another danger I think with talking about climate. It changes if you're you're trying to emphasize positive ways of framing the issue. What could be done? You also run the risk of encouraging kind of passive optimism. Yeah where people will just be. It'll solve the next to work it out and you can't think like that you know this is not the kind of problem that will just solve itself agree agree you make a good point Joe. I also I'm curious to see where human creativity goes. I think we're like wildly creative and I'm just so curious to see how humans approach this problem on a continuing basis as we're going to have to do. Are you saying we need artificial intelligence to tell us. What are you one of those people well who wants to build an AI? God and worship it. I I will say I'm not opposed to that. I hear these great ideas. They can really eight. I think Allison's kidding I am I am so I just wanted to say thanks for having me on today you guys. I really have a lot of respect for both of you as science communicators as you were pointing out earlier. That's what we all are. Joe Thinks and I think that we know people like to consume content in different ways. And that you both are fulfilling or really vital role in Being stuff to blow your mind host. I know it's not easy. I know that the grind of getting episodes out every single week and you know striving to come come up with new episodes new topics and things like that. It's hard and I really respect what you are trying to do. And the unique way that you you do it well thank you so much else in that. That is too nice of you to say. Thank you I mean a lot of it ultimately does come down to like the listeners. The listeners curiosity you know we we. We didn't create their curiosity. All we can hope to do is His his his feet it to to the the extent that we can and so really a lot of it does come back to the list not to suck up to the listeners. Though they're great they're like leaving within really it's their their willingness and their desire to listen to US ramble about these topics and share these various curios and explanations with them and ultimately I think that's that's what inspires me at the end of the day is that we have this audience. That is that is hungry for more. That wants to have their mind expanded. That want want to understand the world a little better understand themselves a little better and to you. Know continue on this path of consistent improvement and consistent Betterman and You know in an endless learning That is that his life you know And at this point after ten years you know we we heard just recently from a listener talking about how they started listening to the show ten years ago when they were kids you know and now. They're they're in a Master's program working on an engineering degree engineering degree. Yes So you know stuff like that is just brings brings tears to your eyes To hear it that that that is probably the single greatest non monetary compensation for For for doing this job is hearing from from kids who were encouraged. You know to to think about the world more deeply or to go into a scientific or technical subject subject or whatever because of something they heard on the show or because of an attitude they heard modeled on the show which I think are best. That's what I hope we can do. I don't know if we are the best science communicators in the world in in the term in like the the sense of like being technical experts on things but what I do hope we can. Model title is Is genuine enthusiasm and an approachable attitude and And the skeptical mindset. Yeah and it just share our curiosity with your curiosity and hopefully we can all go on this journey together. I think fathom me on this journey thanks for the thanks for dropping in and chatting with us about the the early days of the show show and thanks for being a part of the Earth as the show. I mean again everybody. That's that's been a part of this show on any level has helped make it what it is and the show wouldn't be what it is today without Allison Robert. That's really sweet. Thanks though all everybody all all right so there you have it If you want to check out more stuff to blow.

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"ten years" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

13:14 min | 2 years ago

"ten years" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Whatever it is whether it's about Bob sledding or impeachment for particle accelerators or what the differences between you know a road and Avenue Boulevard? You guys know I didn't know what we do. You spoil it for us. You're going to have to go look it up. We all say we also I mean so we rate on the big right on the small. I mean that's just the nature of the site. I mean we just put out an article and our pringles really potato chips not right well wait. They're made of potatoes aren't they. But they're not Oh what is forty-two percent potato. There's some there's some court action involved in ask. Yeah soon. The two. I'm guessing the other quick. Do the math for me. That's moon dust as the rest of it. I was GONNA say salt it's like throat shredding shredding makes your pringles. I had better if there were pringles. Now probably eat several of them there man I already take a whole can leave a sleeve of pringles. Do we know the correct terminology. There may be asleep down to become the A two legged dump them out to your mom. So you don't have to reach your hand and get it like the pringles you know armband I feel like one of the real appeals of pringles. Is that when you're done with the with the the tubing stick your arm in the tube and have two hands pringles here at the office awhile back and I. I happen to be a day when I was in here with my assign and he was like all pringles can have some pringles not sure you can grab a canister pringles got the canister and we got into the car and we're leaving the office and he opened it up and it was one pringle. uh-huh here's no confusion and I'm like okay I'll I'll buy some pringle Soviet store anyway so so anyway Yeah so I mean for pringles who I mean. We're also interested in two thousand twenty eight just like you all Just in being like the need to be transparent as possible you know that means sourcing Grameen's attribution that means you should know in the articles published. That means if something if a lot of people are looking at something we need to have is WanNa make sure that that that information is up to date a key example there would be our. US draft how the US draft works articles. The articles trending because Government website went down and here comes our is like on there. Is We know our information is good. It's factual the draft processes not changed at trends like mad. And we need to make sure like when I see people are looking at that it is my responsibility as editor in chief of how stuff works to get you the best information you can have so I mean that is. It's we're laser. Laser focused on that in two thousand twenty because it is so important you think about your sources and credibility is very important and we are a small publisher competing Keating with a lot of folks out there so come see us. That's great deep respect. And just I want to say sometimes I I wish we had an editor on the podcast and had like had more eyes and more process. We have wonderful audio editor. But you know what I mean like like a content editor in some ways. I I miss miss that approach because it gives you more confidence going out you know and like and we work really hard to make sure that we're on top of everything but it's you know it's just Robert Robert Mueller. You know in our research. And we're just like blazing through everything at the pace we do and and trying to get it all right I mean and I hope we usually do a good job on that but man it would be great to have an editor to have another layer to go through on everything. Yeah I mean this is the enjoy about working with you and still when I when I Occasionally Asian freelance An article for how stuff works if I get to work with you on that particular article or or any of the editors there. It's like somebody to tell me when I'm doing something wrong. Aw into to to correct sort of the the nagging mistakes that I will keep making and if left to my own devices will never fix it. It's I mean and that's that's one of the essential roles of having an editor editor makes you better at the thing you do record listeners. Robert and Joe are both very good writers. And if you haven't read any of their stuff you should. I was fortunate enough back in the day to get to write some of the some of these big multi-page articles about a given even topic on how stuff works and in. Its th the sort of article that you hear people referring back to later on. You know the being something where you know. Someone wanted to L. About say steam technology or nuclear power plants and and being able to go there as a An initial source as a way of of sort of figuring out you and how this technology works. It's being discussed in the news. You know and and I love that. How stuff works is is still a part of that? Conversation is still still out there creating content like that and updating the old content is our understanding changes is tremendously valuable in depth comprehensive deeply source. Those kind of articles are amazing. Seizing so look out for us. In Two thousand twenty we're going to be riding lots of nuance and we're also going to be Taking kind of uprooting project because we along with lots of other sites have have inherited content. That maybe isn't as good of a fit so I mean we are going to take us as painful as it is for me as an editor to take things off of a website. We'll probably be doing some of that too. But here where around and we need readers Goto House two four dot com and find out what an avenue is learn about these savannah. Cats learn about the draft. You know the truth I I looked it up while we're talking so it turns out roads don't actually exist. Streets are only in Russia and everything else is a boulevard. I don't think that's that's misinformation. Show all right time to take a quick break. But we'll be right back miles jack from work. We recorded a podcast together in the Mazda. C X Thirty S. You might remember. Oh I definitely I remember I WanNa take this opportunity just straightforward industry forward way talk to people about what the Mazda C thirty looks like okay It looks like it's constantly in motion It has beautiful design like water built. What do you mean like it's got it's making waves in a way I'm either way like the interplay of light and shadow in the body it does create a bit of a wave. Only the thing that I like. Look as being someone who's Japanese. I liked the attention to detail. And that's what's going going on especially in the interior of the car. It's got like half sleek and Sheikh have utility. I'm on the go anywhere anytime. Any who anyhow and also with Mazi connecting your car you can have wi fi. You could do remote engine start stop so you can stunt on your needs wonderful. And Plus I've been in the thing and I was bending corners in his shot out to Mazda for for letting that happen. So if you want more information on Mazda in the first ever see X.. Thirty head over to Mazi USA DOT COM slash. IHEART or better yet. Go check it out in person at a local area Mazda dealer today all right. We're back with stories. Are you looking forward to cover an share. ooh looking forward to covering. I don't know oh him thought or prepared about this. Well I mean on one hand to two topics that we covered very recently. There were updates. First of all uh-huh hopefully we'll get to see some more interstellar visitors to our solar system. It seems like there's a very good chance that will happen. Yes since the hubbub about a moua right sort of was partially quashed by us. Finding another one much sooner than people expected to write. So I'm very curious to see if we we see more of that in twenty twenty likewise there's the whole issue of the silhouette hunting scene that was discovered that seems to date back at least forty three thousand nine Hundred Years which is twenty thousand years older than Some of the oldest hunt though this hunting seeing that we've just seen previously and four thousand years before the lower minch which was this the what was previously thought to be the the oldest depiction of a human animal hybrid So I if if the research holds true on that and it looks like it'd probably will like that changes the way we understand the the evolution of of human thought you know and So one handed. It's going to be cool to see more research into that particular find but it also highlights just how much more there is. Potentially we discovered you know what new findings will will emerge that will force us to rethink. You know what we are. And how the how. The world works I'm excited about upcoming black hole stuff So of course. Twenty nineteen was a great year for black holes. I think it was in April that the first image Ever of a direct image of a black hole to whatever extent you can have a direct image of a black hole was released it was The the M eighty seven galaxy which is like fifty five million light eight years away from us And that was done by the event Horizon Telescope. Which is a you know telescope array of different radio telescopes on different continents around the world? A A pooled their resources synchronized combined data and produce this amazing image which I am so it wasn't made visible light. It was made out of radio signals so I assume they had to make some decisions. About how the data would be represented as a color scheme when the image was released and their choice of that gold to orange spectrum. Has a very haunting primordial audio quality that I really like against the you know the black background. It's kind of out of more door and I think big thumbs up to to that It's it's one great example of why the aesthetics of science matter a lot to also just the sheer level of collaboration. I'm so encouraged by like the dozens and dozens of scientists that are working on these like huge league or something like that just people working together toward science. It's amazing yeah yeah the. The collaboration is phenomenal because again. This is like this is not something that one telescope was able to do. This was a collaboration across at least three or four different continents and ends at least Both the Americas and Europe and and Artika there might have been one in Africa. Like they're all over the place that had to collaborate to put together this picture that we got And and so of course we love black holes on the show we. We've come back to the topic several times. Some multi part episodes. There was one thing I was just reading earlier earlier today. That makes me think that there's probably more black hole news on Coming next year which was I think there's some new research about how how solving problems about how supermassive black holes are formed. Because there's this mystery where we can see supermassive black holes way out there that that are so far away that we know that they must have been formed very early in the universe so where it all the super mass come from. They had to be gobbling up matter. We would presume for billions of years to get to get as massive as they are but obviously they haven't been doing that because they're you know they were formed very early in the universe. So what's going on with that. I think there's a new answer to that but I can't recall what the Ansari's visit that in an upcoming episode. Yeah I'm Fisher. I share looking to exit planet. Discoveries this past decade was kind of like the exoplanet decade. Wasn't it lands from beginning to end there is an amazing Arc of exoplanet research to where and don't take this too seriously but to the point where exoplanets have almost become mundane news. Yeah it does. I feel like that a little bit. I agree yeah now now. Here's something that comes to mind to and and talking about it anticipating topics you're going to be discussed scientific topics and and otherwise it'll be discussed in two thousand twenty. Is that of course. It's not just the scientific discoveries that That command what sort of science articles. You're going to see online. Sometimes it does come from of what's popular with motion pictures. For instance ant man came out Two of them now. We saw the first one but when ant man came out like certainly people were like yeah tell me more about how physics work at a smaller scale. Tell me more about quantum physics and you know whatever what are there any kind of science science that has dealt with even just you know slightly in a movie like that his polaroid squirt format acid. Do they get into that at all. maybe that's in the sequel but okay but but seriously though like that's one thing to think about for instance in twenty twenty we're going to get the first half of the new adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune so so you think we're probably going to see a lot of science articles coming out about how still suit could potentially work but based on modern Madinat editorial things like that. I always look forward to. We were there. I did science of Dune episodes years ago. When it wasn't cool we just sounded like total nerds for doing doing it well? I'm sure we'll talk about doing it. Some point this year as well But Yeah I'm I'm not even sure off hand like what are their science..

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"ten years" Discussed on Full Coverage

Full Coverage

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"ten years" Discussed on Full Coverage

"And I haven't been looking to change I was about to run out of it. So I was in the market for some time. Brad, you'll mind. Yep. So they're a full products in the range. There is brow in doubt. You can't do anything about the name paid friends. It is which is brow primer, plus color. So it's a double ended tube. One is a clear primer. That's adds volume to browse. And then on the other end such a fine tiny, spookily color and tasty Charlotte. Yeah. So thin as well. It's not just super super super tiny. So it gets every single hair and volumizes every single hair, which is insane. Then there's also the build option is double down brow. Now, this is a little case. Some of you might remember the old urban decay. Eyebrow case had so of the woks and then a powder in it, and as a little tweezers and the brush and they back for the Gwen Stafani collection Bri, but then it went away again. And I always used to love that you see that old but mine had gone a bit gay. So I'm excited to see the new generation of that this is a speedy under little. Brushing it, and it's it's a powder, but it's almost like a posse powder. It's yes. Which is very interesting. I think if you're looking for a very defined drawn on Instagram brow. If you this is going to be a big frontier, and it's two shades in each so you can kind of do Hombre Hombre, then the is the brow blade now. This to me is a remarkable gets an ink stain a waterproof pencil again. So. I j micro played in pay read that and I was like, okay. Whatever icon believe how good is such a fine nib. I've had micro blading. And this is the closest I've seen you microlending independent. And there are a lot of friends out the pens. I can't get over. How good it is. Con- freaks me out. I had on earlier today when I met you and you you'll bras, look great. On my lady at the beginning of April share, and it has to now frayed does loss about a year and is pre aggressively fading. I've still got enough of an outline I can follow it on. I did that with this. Again, I'm using the Tope trap. I would say it's maybe a fraction to warm yet. But it's a fraction full face on yet. You can't really tell and then I use the pencil over the top of that. If I want to any if there's any of major areas of fullness missing at that what I will say is that you need to Russia through the clean spooky afterwards. Yes. Obviously can't be thought of this blended. So have especially just through Jamaica it more natural. But I cannot recommend this enough. Love it so much. I think you can go it as natural as dramatic as you like the brow the ink stain and the pencil end. And then to finish off the range. There is a brow finish, which is waterproof gel. There's a clear one. And then there's midnight cowboy go baseball Linnet. I think the Klay one is fine. Don't think it's the best one ever on the market. But I think it's fine yet sparkley one who just doesn't like that. But when I was so so so shocked to love it so much. I knew it was coming out. It was coming and I just really didn't care. Oh, good more browse they do. I love that the broken and even the brow endowed the double ended because like give me brow. I've got on with boy brow from glossy a lot of people love that. It's never really been enough me because I need that extra pigment killed to build where my my rows missing. And I think gives you slightly floppiness. But this the brushes so fine. You really are able to build up to something quite dramatic. I've got very fine and very little eyebrows. Is you can build up something dramatic with that. You can get. Yeah. So I think the brow blades in the brow endowed remarkable. I love the pen hens Mays. I'm just I'm so pleased, and I'm so happy. And I love the marketing I love the photo story that they've done with it feels very urban decay. Yes..

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04:29 min | 3 years ago

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"I didn't I didn't put any pencil when he color in. I think I just left them as they were sorry member. That's a big difference. Now is trying to add a little bit extra. Yeah. I think I was gonna come. We'll Dacian that much. I mean, even now I don't always westbound Asian. But I think as well now, I'm more. I know the foundations I like to go forward. I think back then I was sort of like, I remember I worked with Paul and Joe for little batch lay while I was doing assisting like a part time thing as a freelance, and they did this amazing primer. Dave not still make it was called. It was just the shade to. And it was like golden tint, I would wear that. Instead of foundation always gave me a lovely glow that because it was a primer. You could see my skin through it. And I guess that's the me. My real shocker days worth of like the age the so I feel like I was quite lucky. There's nothing I look back and feel like all that was crazy crazy because I think it was quite minimal. But I also think interesting for me as we look at the whole tenure challenges like where my kit was props ten years ago, you know, and also how my friends were wearing makeup and stuff because I think I was actually quite born with my makeup. I just did a flake or. Mochi? I if I went out, you know, it wasn't pretty nice to me give it it wasn't. I see these photos of people. I'm like, and the funny thing is even when this ten year, I didn't have Gordy. Of how many I couldn't? I mean, look, you know, it sort of. Yeah. It's fun. I so I yeah. It was a big year. On forever and ever and ever and a right before turned twenty eight so, you know, beginning of two thousand eight just before this. I decided to go Brown because. Because it's actually all logged in BT mecca. I'd go face event, which was brand that That was. was. She was the creative consultant on it. And that's what's in the blog is Charlotte till we telling me to die my hair Brown because I blew is how to promptly did. So I my head onto my hair was pretty dark Brown. It did look good in famous like, I'll give her a juicy. So she was right. All this no color in my skin. I have any. Aikman mois again. It's my I was really Brown. I'd really heavy buying 's. It was so short. But then is really interesting. So I had a list my top picks of two thousand nine that was on BT mecca. Number one was Ellis pro college marine cream, which is bunkers. I'm still using that. Yeah. I was talking about I've had knee, and I talked about, but my skin was really dry, and so on this was amazing. Like that agree with that Clerel perfect ten which is what I used to die. Just like oh Martin. Unless you do which case go crazy, but it didn't go wealth management. We wait much pigment in the. Are you going get old strip? But that's fine. And then my and this was a real flashback because I totally forgotten about this. Now as soon as I read it I was like, oh my God. I never didn't have this with me. There was a smash folks lip ball lip gloss on. It's still I think it still exists that was glow plump, and they were shifting where we know. I've had like water color glow. Do you lip glow college football? But it was the smash box. On glossy pink adjust to your ph and I loved it. The plump was Bosa plump untangle. I don't really agree that any of those things do that loved it loved it. Then the MAC Hello kitschy range. I was obsessed. I've still got two of the bushes. I think it's called tippy could blue pink eye stunned by it being a hourglass ambient blush. I use to all of is the only blush that I've ever hit pound on. Yep. Too. Big deal. Lindsey. Urban decay twenty four seven pencils. Yep. One of my not using those now and decay primer potion, and they were the make. Even the Lori L true match foundation. Yep powder. Compact. The I still love. I couldn't believe it. I couldn't believe it. How many I'm still using? I was definitely still using L'Oreal mabley miscarriage predominantly. I'd say drunk..

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03:17 min | 3 years ago

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"You can still go and see it. Yeah. I saw it in two thousand seven according to the. On two thousand nine I was so posting. So I was in the BBC world as a blogger. So I was trialing stuff. But I will say even though I was a hardcore blogger at the times postings every day every other day. I was still. I never wore a ton of makeup. I was doing very very cautious with what I will. I knew I liked what I knew always go to events and people like, oh, it's so funny that you come to make offense you never wear makeup wearing so much my face eats make off it's not I don't translate to wearing a lot of makeup. And then if I'm wearing a lot I suddenly looked like a Wayne, I think you'll make well, I I've learned, but it was really interesting because of BBC mecca I was able to go back and actually look at the products. I was writing about 'cause I looked at photos a diary mono who didn't love Tope silvery. Nine because every Jovan Topi silvery. I. So it was interested to go back and see what actual products. I was writing about using a lot. And it was fun to see those diary out. Just great. So I do actual specific product remember forgotten about which exciting. But then they're also I'm still using interest to yes, ten years. So tells about what you were up to like I said I would have been finished university. I was living in London. I was assisting another makeup artist. I was working with him fulltime pretty much. I'm that was the today. So I was what TV shows expecting the makeup various different. I think it was it was very early on in my career. Getting into the industry. And again, I think at that time beauty blocking it wasn't a big thing. So it's funny. Even looking back. I guess the biggest thing was all my inspirations coming directly from print magazines. They will wasn't the emphasis on the internet. It was the mice base air Lindsey. So it really it was the both of. But I feel like, you know, back then I didn't have the portfolio. I have. Now, I didn't have the clients. I have now. So I won't be gifted. Aw, everything was being scraped and saved, and you know, if a friend hustle, and they didn't want any more. I'll have that. And yeah, it was expiring and also to understand products. I was having to go into department stores and play with everything on the back of my hand. So even if I couldn't have it in my I knew how it worked or how it felt recommending people. And I guess a lot of it when I look back. Yeah. Probably mostly go friends using it was not more word because blogging and it was the beginning. Yeah. It was really go friends friends saying you really should try this or you know, when I would work with other Macra and seeing that kit and being inspired. But will they have and funny again, let you set the makeup thing even back, then I don't feel like I. All different types of makeup. Really? I I've always wanted flick. I've always done some kind of flick because that's just what my eyes shame. If I didn't even really do my eyebrows for years. Squeezing. Well, I used to tweet the living crap about two minutes. But I definitely wasn't doing anything to them. Yes. Allies or anything funny?.

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04:10 min | 3 years ago

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"And for me. The I quote they made that will let the Mucci texture fall into that category. But then they also have the new I shutters. They made like the ones that in the squeezy cheese, a really full pigment and very much encourage I would say play and experimentation with a makeup quite creative in their shade choices. So I kinda feel like milk is a good one. Because there is something for everyone. It's a fascinating brand. I've watched it since it started. And I have to say it's very similar Jacobs line to me when it first came out. I was really disappointed. There wasn't much. I thought was very exciting or fun or actually that good. I just felt kind of rushed and a lot of style over substance. Yeah. What I will say since then moved into something that I really love to be with those cheek six say all Kroger's good. I big huge new. I love it. Really love the highlight sticks. I love the super iridescent glittery ones. Yes. Miles is gorgeous as well and color bones party time that so much even you can rub it in your hand and put it through your hair. It's really really pretty. I like the gel eyeliner pencils yet. A recent discovery that came second my. Tested, the blow of foundation, I didn't get along with me too. But it felt kind of like the flower to me it was quite a heavy cream. I thought it was going to be a lot lighter than it was. But I think view looking for full coverage the tube, patching great. Yeah. So give if you're looking for mobile coverage foundation. I just wasn't. I'm trying to think. Well, I don't think there's anything that's out in the current range. Don't lie. No. I love all the sticks. I like the tone of stick. I like the cool. Yeah. I like the Sarah's innovative technology on the Kushner scar. Again, I think we see Christmas ARA introduction as CD oil reviews of that people grew into dot com as well and lip gloss in the Cush line now as well, which really lovely of Catholic loss, and it's very nice. Wells does the the sun oil is really skin oil is just so so pretty gifts to beat sfu finish on the skin. I just I'm very excited. This finally out. I think people have been waiting for so long way. Ju it's very exciting. And yeah, I mean, we could carry on all day, so many there's been talk about really ought to because we've been talking for eighteen years or a day. So we're gonna talk about a bunch of things in our highlight of the week because I think a highlight might be some highlights. Most importantly now is all main feature which would be ten challenge. So tell us about this for the people that don't know if so if you're not on Instagram there has been a hashtag going around hashtag year challenge where people have been posting a pitcher themselves ten years ago, and then a pitcher now, and I guess generally having a bit of a Lawler props equality head to also very Steiner shout fits stylish, inverted commas. We've all those days is important that so million thought we take a trip down memory lane. You want to trip? It was we would have reminisce. I mean to clarify way saying we're trying to work out. I was like wait ten years back is that hard to do. I need to run. A how old are right now. How would I would have been twenty two? So I would have been just finishing. It would have been when I was living in London. And I would have just finished university about a year or two ago. So yeah. No, I would finish university. I would have been just starting. I've been assisting that was assisting days. I took my wisdom, Twenty-eight dot e Ben. Ben it's on now. Twenty to shut up. Twenty eight. And actually two thousand nine was big if me because that's what my moved to America. So I moved to the to New York in July. So it was a big transition phase for me. I was BT blogging. OJ OJ. Daddy. My daddy. Mac. I was blogging. My blog beauty, Meca dot blog. Spot dot com. It's still out there..

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04:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Base. Yes. I think it's say a lot cheaper chief. And actually, I found this. I did do this powder over the top. And I thought that was really pretty. So it makes a nice base. Yes. And there were lots of different colors. So give those a shot what you're the mocking full. I think he's gonna ask us about foundational busy. So we do have the light allusion foundation here. This is the luminous makeup new skin feel all day where now I will say it's Julie, I don't if I would say new skin feel I would I very much fight you on I feel I actually yet. I think feels like you can feel the product on your skin. So I feel for me this is a bit more than I was expecting me to quite flown in the coverage department much closer to full coverage much closer to a cream product almost like the suk-kyu foundation. Are we just dot co-coping does? So that's gone. Well, but yeah, is in a pump is a heavier cream. It's not like coverages. Full coverage coverage coverage, it's not unpleasant. I've got the lightest shade. And it was not really light enough for me. I would say, and I've porcelain one it's just a little bit too low bit yellowy, and they're just really aren't of colors, which we know in this day and age difficult one. Yes, they're a smaller com avenue, and then, but it would be good to see more shades to see more shades. Maybe fewer skews on more shades of your nation. I liked it. I just didn't love it. I think there are better drugs found show punishes, especially now walls available in the UK. Yes. If you're in the UK where you can get wild. I think the Foto focus is much better option. Yeah. I've seen so many raves about this. Yeah. I've seen of luxury think price the the amount of once. I tried it. I was surprised at how enthusiastic people were. Yes. And that's not to say that it's about foundation. I just think money, I think the people who are gonna like this or the people with quite dry skin who won quite bit of coverage. And you don't mind because it's the whole thing of it saying, it's a nude feel. I feel like you'd feel on your skin that creamy texture. It's not even like a runny liquid. You've got to we've always done this full coverage. Is you George against their claim? Yes. So it might be something. That is fantastic. If it's not doing what it says. Yeah, you'll you'll then. Who has spending the money, and I don't ever want to mislead people into spending money on something. That's not right for them. Even though this isn't a lot of money if you're buying it. Because you want a very light Jerry feeling foundation. This is this is not that. No doesn't mean. It's bad. Just isn't necessarily white says. Yes. So that's why we think there's a lot of Sabrina good things in that. I think Stephanie west checking out I think for me the liquid lipsticks. You can't go wrong with the ball hadn't cels. They would be my of coal. But let's think ally. Go to and then the next brand stopping in the UK, as we speak is milk fleetingly convince Lindsay this was already in England. They've been bits and pieces pub hovering around. Yeah. Max's of this is the issue. But it's finally with e is out. Our out and a lot of people as his favorite products were milk. What do you what do you like is easy? I feel like for me. You cannot go wrong with the lip and cheek sticks. They are so good and in Sephora which doesn't help because you're in England. They do do Mini's now of all calls. Post of those already on Facebook group work, especially is a beautiful like that on my lips. And cheeks I'm wearing right now every day because I've got my flower, but on top, that's why tend to wear everyday wear lit the highlighter in the mini. I do quads as well. The I quiz. I felt like that really really fun. Again. It's not the thing with milk is I feel like they've got two avenues almost as the glossy side of them were very no makeup makeup..

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04:04 min | 3 years ago

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"And we said this is all right. We've had more of a plane play Fant back. Yes. Why don't you soft to? Okay. So I mean without going into every single item, we have a mixed from based products to products to is to me, I'm going to call it that my topic is the liquid lipstick. I'm wearing it right now. This is the shade. It's the flower beauty miracle match. Let and this isn't a shade crimson touch. Now in terms of liquid lipsticks. I feel like you're gonna like this. If you don't like the normal, dryness, if you feel like this always doesn't quite set which scarce on people. But what I feel you get with this is you get continuous feeling voice jer. And also it stays quite fibers get any cracks in the little anything. So I think a lot of people are gonna enjoy that doesn't bleed either. So even though it's got that look the matte lipstick. It still makes very plump which is quite hard to get with him. I think it it. Hey, like very much more expensive product than. Yes. Agreed. It looks gorgeous on it right now. And I do love it. It's it's a very bright Grimsson shade. I really really really love it. And I didn't expect to. Yeah. I went through a pizza with on it survived re size the call. That's how much I care about this. I will forgot on the anti pizza on you felt really good about actually didn't even the name fill. So then the other bits that we've got really like special mention to the vine lies glossy gel eyeliner yet. This is really nice. It's a Joba. A little bit and Shimla. Shades. I've got the shave don't want to say galaxy and I don't know because it's galaxy slow right. Very good. So of a slate gray with very leery reflection. It and some very shimmer kind of very similar to the Marc Jacobs versus. National Highland had the litter really really like this. So pretty I can't looking in the light. Now is very briefly about it kind of twinkles winkles, but there's like that sheen to it it will smudge a little bit. But once he said, yeah. So we like that. I really like another really like love the applicator on this. It is like a liquid blushed at Scott a little bit more don't say the word it's thickness than like a liquid. That's like. Remind of cloud paints from glossier. Because I it is a little bit. I think the packaging is easy too much clever package lose the little crappy lists, and you can see the exact color because where the nozzle the nozzle on Israel lid, which is clear you actually see the exact color is in the tube. And it's very very petite. Like, really annoys collars. This one is bubbly which is a really I haven't seen a color Lavin to pink. And I thought it was going to be a petal pink. But it's a lot bluer almost almost Bluey great, which of course, but it really shows down her. Yeah. Also shown, very good. It was very very big definitely check that out. I also tried a couple of things that were like fine. There is an IT. I I'm all volume ising Moscow. It's big chunky pen eyeliner, which I only like and then a little Moscow on the end the Moscow. You're okay. But the eyeliner pen surprisingly light, it was easy to with an I thought it would be yet reminds me a lot of the MAC wonder woman. I line append that they did. Yes, was limited edition which surprised not as black as I would like it. But fun very very good price point. And then actually the lady altar I was asking the lady, and alter what do you recommend and she said her favourite product, and they can't keep them in the shop was the warrior glitter shadow, which is a liquid cream shadow kind of reminiscent of the Stiller. Literal glittery, though, quite literally a little bit patch you in the..

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03:57 min | 3 years ago

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"It's supposed to be a medium coverage. Blur finish. Do. We think these are going to be similar rather being generation g glossy. We didn't they could be more like the Brown. The blotted lips sensually. Maybe I wonder if it somewhere in between the two I we're waiting on them with a good price tag. This is the thing. It's like the Becca ones were reasonably priced, but these all seven dollars. Yeah. On. That's forty dollars. And that I think that's that's fine. Yeah. Yeah. I've Paul and those color on's mon-. They are good. My master's still to this day one of my lipstick. Stay. Oh, beautiful US is a bunch of questions on the Facebook group. So we're gonna get on in a second about things coming out of come out recently. But just before we do that. There is a Maybelline collaboration. I want to talk about because it's nothing if not new news. Do you think maybe on the new collaboration with it? Was you saying, gee, gee, hit while they've done. Speller who did maybe it's Bill did maybe said oh. Oh, maybe it's Puma. Puma as in the trainers interest. I'm interested. Yeah. I'm surprised, but interested times mabley is high performance products designed for the streets with the stamina to survive in. The gym, though words not mine. So is this being targeted just like your about their again? We're back in the Kim makeup nihil about their again, five new shades of super-state, Matt Inc. Shares that mom deal of those Monday. Oh. Apopka and. What did you think about that? Ooh, that's nice. Thank you MC Monday. We appreciate your Impala. Anything says also a color one color gloss, unfazed yosick. Now this I'm quite interested in because it's like highlights stick. But it's half of it is a colored gloss off of its highlight gloss. Interestingly very interested in you can fake that you've actually run for half an hour on the treadmill by looking sweaty chic. Yes. Sweaty sexy sheen. Yes. What it is is new shade of the muster crow metallic highlighter, which is amazing. Okay. Tastic fantastic highlights. I don't really want to highlight to go to the gym myself. But that's just me. That's just me. Schmuck? Mosca fouts. Essential. I like to go full wash. 'cause I was gonna say I feel like yeah. Me too. If I was going to. I would need. I would know it was more pretty busy like ice bucket challenge. Yeah. And then the one thing that I'm really really excited about again don't want these for the gym this lightest just for my life on my face for metallic. I ju- sticks. Good love Maybelline, shadow sticks. Yet, a twenty four hour color sticks. Chocolate one thing I counted it down Lindsay Hala. So Charlie Tabriz, I'm saying, and they Charlotte Toby's really in. Today's all these. Yes. Really really pretty I think they're gonna sell out. So of Tope with. Then this golden Brown Matt with a coppery shimmer, and there's a map purple with a to shimmer and map black with red Schiller. And that's going to be. That's what you all over here over on the Browns and Brown Around. around. So yeah, I'm actually I saw by judging that you look where I've come to at the end you won't buy. So that alerted me that will learn. Two friends are about to launch in the UK. But once launch ready in the other. Yes. Very accessible. We're gonna stop. Flaw. Beauty has launched. Yes. We mentioned it Lawrence. And everyone asks what do you think?.

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04:18 min | 3 years ago

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"So it shouldn't be shocked by the pencil is still my perfect and so perfect pencil pillow talk. The pilot and the blush just pulled saro-wiya the blush. Take years pulled really Brown the pallet. I thought was nice. It just wasn't that special for me. But things I feel I haven't tried that one actually, but I feel like I've got friends who love it. And then somebody selfie. It's good. But things that worked better. Yeah. I know there are people who are very excited. I'm excited for those people. Yes, also knew we talked about this a couple of weeks ago. We said it was coming. And now, I've tried some of it. And now we're going to talk about it. And I'm going to try and keep my positive pounce on new launches. Seila? We bought the setting powders. I didn't get the brushes and the I don't I've looked them. I've played with them. I've talked to people about them the fine. There's nothing about them. Are you just don't think they're necessarily? They're better available for the money. That's really where I stand on it. So the fence I I'm wearing a full face a full face offense. You from a pilot of pinks Hello to full face offending. I waiting forever to get the foundation because my shade which was one s never in stock insofar anywhere whenever I go. And I just didn't order online. I don't know why it should have been a sign when using the primer the face fine ever, do you like the face primer? So I got the foundation on I got the conceal and I got the powder in lavender, which is the lighter brightening shade. There's a banana shade as well for bright DACA scans on the butter, which is the lightest of the colored powders. None of them not that non translucent option. Yeah. They're all different. Shay. Yeah. Which is great. Because that's what she does. So we'll start with what's good. I think the packaging on the power does is gorgeous stunning onto local. Local vintage fail which is nice with the silica modern edge. Yeah. Let's diamond edge. It does pick up fingerprints. She says immediately putting fingerprints all worth it looks so pretty with it. But then what you heavy so you could still travel with us still definitely portable. And it does come once you take the lid off. And there is the little sticker inside covering up the holes where the power comes out. There is inside the bulk says actually a cap that you can slip in for when you travel. So that doesn't spill everywhere, which I think is genius. So I appreciate that Rana. The powder. I think is lovely. It's really lovely slip to it. The brightening shade is writing the buses shade is light enough for me, which I thought was very exciting. Because I wasn't sure that said first ingredient is still talk second ingredient silica. So it's still got some showing the then third ingredient is domestic own which is a silicon, and you cannot feel that I'm going to make Harry posing it, how do you feel knife-edge polls in it? You can feel the silicone in that has definitely like a very velvety to it, which I think a lot of people were like if you want something that's going to give that kind of silky appearance ingredient is also squally, which is hydrating oil, which actually I went to a bio since launch recently and say hero ingredient is squalene. Hey, we're going to be hearing a lot more about that. Yes. As we come up to it's it's a big thing at the moment. So there is hydrating of in it. But. You don't know the ingredients call some traces in these things. It's like, yes, it's full on the list. So it's pretty high up but talk number one silica number two domestic oh. Number three and squally number four. It's gonna feel sleepy. And it's gonna feel pleasant on the skin. I don't know what the long term effect is going to be with it being talk. So obviously you've had to put the silicon and the squalene in to counter the fact that it's just talk. It is. I also this is the lavender. We've got she the brightening is really pretty. Yeah. I mean, they feel the texture feels it feels very finely milled, I feel like it's the kind of thing that isn't going to sit in Paul's, which is nice. Yeah. It's just one of those things if you'll offended by the silicone issue some. Yeah. So I think I like the powder probably not blown away by the powder..

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04:27 min | 3 years ago

"ten years" Discussed on Full Coverage

"I think so then to have been pulled out on its own and sold again for nine hundred million. It means a huge show face in the brand. It means the brunt is growing hugely. And it means as even being yet. So alternately means good things. I don't think they'll be any change in the formulas, which one person messages, I'm really worried about the formulas because I didn't I they will. Because I I we know Ella yet who is still the founder on still very much. She has way too much about what she's doing an products to changing. And she knows how stuff when we met like she knows every ingredient. She knows that every products may so passionate what she's doing what she wants to do what it's basically going to mean is more investment new products, and they're working on opening distribution. So you know, they've been breaking into the states over the last few years that's going great. Now, they're in alter now, which is huge. I think now they're going to be going after the Asia market. Yeah. So that's going to be interesting to see where they go. So that's their news business news. They also have a bunch of new products coming out first thing to note, which is really good news for anyone who tried this. As a limited edition, the pro collagen rose cleansing bomb is going. Oh, yes. So that was a limited edition for. I was going to try. Originally because it was all pain can lovely. But that's going full full time haven't range now. So that's great. If you love rose if you like the cleansing bomb that dream come true. And then there are new extensions to the SuperFood lines. The SuperFood line is the fusion. Ill-targetted a little bit more affordable than so, you know, if you're looking to get invoked to try elements out, but perhaps this is more you'll price rain yet something for everyone. So they've added to this line as -tuni- masks a missed on an exfoliating the missile actually love. It's a tried to. And I'm losing why piece paper, it's a fear T missed everything. So basically this little. Very pre P biotechs prebiotics, no pay involved in this. Yeah. It's very cheery yet. That's the vibe here superfoods things that can feel skin. It's lovely as regards. This is very LA water in it. It's got Kefir from in a Pro Bowl prebiotics. And I think we're gonna hear so much about prebiotics skin-care this year. Then there's the SuperFood. Black currant jelly exfoliating, which is a scrub which obviously I'm not usually a scrub person. But it's so so so so fine gentle. I actually love the elements papaya enzyme peel from a chemical over physical. But. This is kgo glycerin in it. Hey, so it's hydrating at the same lip as well. Yeah. So recommend that that's really nice thirty dollars in the states for fifty mil tube. Good. Yeah. And then there's the two mosques. Everyone loves a mosque these days. Everybody loves him off there in tubes. Those law right for traveling. Musk's in tubs because they dry out yet. They go monkey or you've put your polls in or close jar. You know, you're gonna have to Harry around with you. And with it That said. said these are in their amazing love that. There's a super berry SuperFood berry boost, which is a purifying mask with purple clay. But it doesn't dry out like a lot of clay masks do. So appreciate that. It does absorb oils. It's also very balancing again. It's got the black T Bill Berry in it. I'm black current actually kind of want to eat it. But yes, naturally purple Brazilian clay. Zillion class that funds super zillion clay, and I'm say nice. And then if you're not looking at oil claim ask that is the SuperFood vital veggie mask, which is a green juice for the skin quite literally as green juice for the skin. And it's avocado in it. It's got Chia seed oil in it passion for acid vitamin C brightening. Do my five day Lindsay. We're not happy at last night. And yes, so get the clay on clay on and then get your SuperFood veggie on. So lots of exciting news coming from elements. Good times. Good times. What else have we got today? Safe. Those of you who absolute in love with the Charlotte. Tilbury.

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"ten years" Discussed on Full Coverage

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04:06 min | 3 years ago

"ten years" Discussed on Full Coverage

"Fan and beauty gigantic addict. Yeah. Because beauty goes out and buys a new pilot. And as my God, which I do get very excited. If you've got a problem in the style of us, it's when you go out and buying empty pellets to fill up from your own style. It's when the woman at the checkout is saying are, you sure you want the sixteen. Are you one hundred percent show? You do know you sixteen again Icee she should get ten and then Lindsey goes, oh, maybe twelve and then we look each other. We'll take all. We didn't just get those either. We. Tiny pocket-size five palm pallets which we're gonna fill whether and stuff and make our own makeup lesions, Jerry that you moron collection. And then not literally our full coverage. Announce it out of all of our shit. But then I also you vote more of other policies. Empty pilots are the gateway drug to excite whole fun, and you outta gloss red wine, and you live in Jesus you live in. I mean, I think it's very good. And it's inspirational of us from our it's very shop pure stash. It's very good for no by by. Yeah. Yeah. Loving what you've already gall, but making it more new forefront. So you actually a use it more often mix and match, and you remember what you've got an put it into something that makes you use it so excited so excited miss as get and there's no other word, Dan giddy giddy episode, I can feel it. So we've got news of we've got highlights the week. Obviously our main feature this week. We should say wasn't by by someone in the Facebook group Instagram in general. Yeah. One of our Facebook group friends suggested that we talk about the ten year challenge happening over Instagram. But with regards to our makeup, and what make up we were ten years ago versus what we wear now, which we thought was awesome. So that's what we're going to do. We're going to get into news. I because says l'idee lords of it all there's a lot also table covered in Mako. We do have a table covered a makeup. And I thought we've got something from every price range, which we've done everything for you. So don't favor if you are no by January. Well, probably. If you're a low by January or in need, a payday Trie, that's not gonna break the Bank. We've definitely go up. If you I need a patriot is going to write the Bank. I'll go to that got. We've got every two we got you so start with new news. This is something a lot people ask about as well. So actual news is actual news. From the news business news, one of our favorite brands elements. Everyone knows what big elements fans we've had no other Gabriel the founder on the part. We had lovely interview with Noah, we talk about their new product all the time. We actually got more talk about as well after we talked about this. But as some of you will seen elements has been sold the company itself husband sold who looks interesting for nine hundred million dollars. Not one million dollars. Nelia billion nine hundred million dollars business is big business to lock the time which I think surprise people's kinda surprising. No they were buying. I didn't know they owned anything other than themselves pretends out they do so that sex citing people of our stars. I who message is on the Facebook group and on our Instagram. What this would mean for elements for them as a consumer short story as it went mean anything. Yeah. Especially right away. Because you probably don't even know elements has been bought and sold a couple of times over the last few years. So it was sold to I'm trying to find almost starts, but it was so to Steiner leisure who owned bliss, and then that Steiner was sold to L catoon. It's will be moved around this happens. I think a lot more than people realize bronze get bought and sold and packaged moved around. Big news because elements was sold just a couple of years ago as a bundle of brands on that sale was something like nine hundred and twenty five million..

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