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Protests flare in Philadelphia after police kill Black man

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 hrs ago

Protests flare in Philadelphia after police kill Black man

"Philadelphia is dealing with the aftermath of the deadly police shooting today's the deadline for Philadelphia residents to request a mail in or absentee ballot and city officials are concerned that the violent protests following the police shooting of twenty seven year old Walter Wallace will discourage voters from visiting satellite election offices here's Pennsylvania state senator Sharif street there's a question about police accountability on the ballot and we need you to come out out vote Rebecca Reinhardt is a Philadelphia controller a man being murdered I don't know how you can watch that and not say that there needs to be structural change Philadelphia police responding to a call for a person with a weapon shot and killed Wallace after yelling at him to drop his knife hundreds of people took to the streets to protest the shooting late Monday night in protest the police said injured thirty officers and led to dozens of arrests I'm Jennifer king

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Consumer confidence dips to 100.9 as virus spreads in US

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 hrs ago

Consumer confidence dips to 100.9 as virus spreads in US

"Consumer confidence was down slightly this month just as a new wave of coronavirus cases began across the country consumer confidence dipped slightly this month the conference board says its index fell from the September reading of one a one point eight to one hundred point nine this month just to compare before the pandemic kit that number was over one hundred and thirty two in February it's an important indicator since consumer spending accounts for seventy percent of economic activity in the country so would decline in confidence gets a lot of attention from a condom is especially heading into the crucial holiday shopping season surely a blur Washington

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Chicago, Morning Flurries; Warming Trend Ahead

WBBM Morning News

00:43 sec | 7 hrs ago

Chicago, Morning Flurries; Warming Trend Ahead

"The weather this morning matching the mood of us Bears fans here this morning. A cold start with some flurries and Sprinkles around feels pretty ugly out there with the Really feels Upper twenties. Hello, thirties this morning, so bundle up. I think those Sprinkles in the flurries go away. I do think we get into some sunny breaks this afternoon, but it will remain chilly up to 44. With mainly clear skies tonight. It's gonna get cold mid twenties when we start England's coldest suburbs down to 34 in the city in the lakefront area tonight, tomorrow backup in the loading Bay fifties, a little milder with sunshine. That's really the nicest day of the week. Upper 40 some showers south of the city, especially Thursday. Some sunny breaks upper forties Friday and then we do get back into the upper fifties to start the weekend on Saturday

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From Rugby In Australia To Football In Philadelphia

The Lead

05:28 min | 11 hrs ago

From Rugby In Australia To Football In Philadelphia

"Bo. When we're watching games, we sometimes forget to pay attention to the offense of Lineman, but you wrote about a play against the Ravens recently where Jordan my Lada really put himself into the center of the action. Can you take us through what happened on that play? It was sort of a typical zone read up the Eagles thirty yard. Carson wentz is in the shotgun and he has the decision as to whether to hand off the Mile Sanders or hold the ball and run himself. So that's what he does. wets keeps it on a read option he'll get out to the thirty five hour live Paul, loose ball, the ravens every covered it, and he fumbles the ball. The ball POPs out and a ravens defender picks it up the Safety Chuck Clark an se starts to run from out of nowhere comes Jordan, my Lana, this six, foot, eight, three, hundred, forty, five, pound guy probably even heavier than that, and it is as if he is. Taking over all of his training from his youth he just attacks Chuck Clark like launches into the air and in the same motion swings his left arm around and pinpoints punches the ball out, and it just shoots into the air and it ends up landing at a balance. So the Ravens keep the ball anyway but to see a left tackle do something. So athletic was definitely eye opening. Jordan. My Lada is a powerhouse in front of the microphone as well. where. Does MY PASSION FOR MUSIC COMING FROM? So he says it like everything else in his life I sort of comes from his family, a big family and Kiss. One Gill he ever cut new family I and everything that I am staying. Going I, get it from my family. So He is the child of two Simone immigrants they grew up. He was the fourth of five children in a suburb of Sydney called Bankstown and he says, you know everybody in Samoan Culture is talented in music in some way, and so he is very good on guitar. And it's true like he's got a really beautiful. You know he was never despite how big he would get. He was never sort of the biggest kid growing up but around great seven as he calls it, he starts just shooting up and it never stops and this was a very sports friendly family, but rugby league was their passion. So He's playing rugby league and all of a sudden you know it looks like he's sort of the Danny Monteverde of what's going on in Rugby League Heavy like this guy. Check his Team. Running jerk. Everybody's asking for his birth certificate like there's no way. This guy can be fourteen years old fifteen years old and this becomes the running joke. Every time he's playing with his team. We fast forward a couple of years. He's seventeen years old. He's on his rise as a rugby player. There's this scary moment one day at practice. Take us through what happened. He's playing four I guess what amounts to the youth team or the be level team the practice squad sort of for his local rugby league team in Bankstown and he collapses one day. And everybody's sort of just chalked it up to you know this guy's too big too unfit, and then a couple of weeks later it happens again and they sent him straight to the hospital and immediately you know the doctors are like we need to get you in for emergency surgery. There's an issue with his heart. And over the course of about a year and a half, he ends up having to separate heart surgeries where he has a hard abrasion and both the upper and lower chamber of his heart and at that point, the idea of even continuing to play sports he thought that that was probably over. Once the second surgery was over the doctors said, he was totally fine. He was ready to go. You know once he was recovered from that. So shortly thereafter, he gets back into playing rugby league and he's sort of on the rise. But at the same time, he has to work a part time job he's doing. Jobs. So he's starting to get a little bit frustrated and a agents toss out. The idea of would you be interested in trying different sport trying to play in the NFL his agents send his highlight video to the international pathway program for the NFL and the NFL has this program where every year about four to six or seven players from around the world are given the opportunity to work out for NFL teams and it up to La when they were. When I? I. Didn't know this for. A week in La, that's when I really like. Fine Tree and What I WANNA do the hurdle from there is he has to convince his family and his family is not about it at all and as Jordan describes it, in Samoan Culture what the elders say go. So it's basically the end of the conversation

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Dallas-area counties shatter all-time early voting records

The Dallas Morning News

01:03 min | 11 hrs ago

Dallas-area counties shatter all-time early voting records

"Major north Texas counties have crushed their early voting records including several head turning figures from Dallas and Denton counties according to updated data released Monday in advance of the final four days of Early Voting Collin County reached a fifty four point eight four percent voter turnout through Sunday with a reported three, hundred, fifty, five, thousand, seven, hundred, ten votes topping the three, hundred, one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, nine, early. Votes the county reported in two thousand sixteen intention county the two thousand sixteen early voting record was broken by nearly sixty thousand votes on Sunday the county was votes away from breaking three hundred thousand headed into Monday, which was already enough to surpass the twenty sixteen total of two hundred, thirty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four early votes in Dallas County over six hundred, twenty, thousand residents have voted since the start of early voting on October thirteenth easily. Topping early voting record of five, hundred, forty, nine, thousand, six, hundred, forty, three votes set in two, thousand, sixteen in

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Silverado Fire: Two Firefighters Seriously Hurt, 7,000+ Acres Burned, Zero Containment, Los Angeles

John and Ken on Demand

04:27 min | 18 hrs ago

Silverado Fire: Two Firefighters Seriously Hurt, 7,000+ Acres Burned, Zero Containment, Los Angeles

"Well of course, story today is been the wind and eventually what came with the wind event some fires. The biggest of which is over four thousand acres burned in. Orange. County. They call it these Silverado fire it's in eastern Orange County and the area affected the most or some neighborhoods. In Irvine. They have had difficulty because of the winds using air support to help contain this fire. Burning out near Yorba Linda. But the tough news we got a couple of hours ago with regards to the Orange County fire near Irvine is at a COUPLA, firefighters were severely burned covering this for Kfi news is Corbin Carson with the latest on what's going on in Orange County forbidden from the looks on television the wind is still blowing very strongly. Yeah it picks up an in. It drops off I'm still over here at the O C Global Medical Center where those firefighters were were were abroad. But yes, as you mentioned all throughout the day, we have seen these really strong winds is knocking stuff all over the streets kicking down a flagpoles and you know campaign signs you name it it's just it's mates from for some really tough conditions in and as we've just heard that the Fire that started in Santiago Canyon. This morning is now to seventy, two hundred acres, and then the fire that I'm about to be headed to. Now that over near your Yorba Linda has grown to over a thousand acres. We're hearing that there's a possibly one structure burned. So I'm going to check that out right now, and we just recently also heard all the new evacuations for the area we got that update from division chief Shane sure would. Mandatory evacuation orders here in the city of Irvine, their impacting approximately ninety thousand, eight hundred residents. So all residents north of Irvine Boulevard from Jamboree to Bake Parkway. As well as from Irvine, boulevard south to Bianca, road from Jeffrey Road East to patrol high high school all under mandatory evacuations. Also the communities in the city of lake forest, Baker ranch and Foothill ranch are also under mandatory evacuations. So as you just heard ninety thousand people more than ninety, nine, thousand people affected by these new orders. So a lot of people being asked to move those people around those areas that are not specifically affected they are being told stay ready in case. The wind shifts or they are told some at some point to move and that people can check with their local areas too as to where to get the latest updates and make sure that they're ready to go if needed. But earlier as you also mentioned, we had a couple of firefighters this afternoon that were out there they were they were on the hand crews and one was twenty, six years old one was thirty one years old the the the hankers part of their. Clearing the line and making sure they're trying to get some kind of containment on these fires as they're moving as fast as they can, and unfortunately we heard from OC fire authority Brian Fantasy that two of them were severely burned. This afternoon here is him making bringing this tough news to US earlier one of the hardest things? Any fire chief can do is is to report. Out on one. One of the firefighter family members have been injured or. Or worse. This is. A tough for me. Tougher all my firefighters. And certainly for the families of my two injured firefighters. One of them, a twenty, six year old and one of them at thirty one year old. One has sixty five percent burns both second and third degree. The second has fifty percent. Both second and third degree burns, and so what we're hearing is currently the families are here with them at the OC global, medical center that both have been intimated and aren't able to speak and they are in critical condition. But again, as you guys in, we were talking about a couple of hours ago just these winds that have been going through this area. I. Was Talking to a meteorologist about what to expect earlier on this and he told me that Sandiego. Canyon is his right in this wind corridor of OC. In that, you know this morning he had seen and we've already heard gust close to one hundred miles per hour in different areas. He says, these wins did a complete one eighty from onshore to offshore all part of this massive system bringing snow from Canada to Mexico this week. So we're really expecting these winds where everyone's keeping an eye out and being ready to go of necessary. The

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BNB & BTC Looking Good

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:11 min | 18 hrs ago

BNB & BTC Looking Good

"Against what's going on out there in the markets will clinch OUGHTA. Pullback yesterday. Unsuccessfully. Really. Look. Like I say H die that we can solve it and there's five days now one, two, three, four, five minutes I can solve I mean we have really gone anyway you know we sort of bubbling around in a bit of Ryan. So, what are the main to me was I should say We'll aged either we bubble. The moving criminal a little closer back to where process currently now you know. I looked at try pullbacks. Pullback. We saw I saw as consolidation that occurred back fall looks pretty much from the twelfth of October to the seventeenth of October just Assad Roy. Zippy zippy's easy ZAP. And and then we saw that little bullish candle now that bullish was on the seventeenth of two. and. What we say from, there's a just a really great run. You know it's just a bloody good move simple as that. That's it a really, really really strong move. Sorry From here. What are we were? Options will as we consoled Loa well, it doesn't look at this moment. Look things can change very very quickly bitcoin strong right now let's not forget it. You know the clothes that we had yesterday. Is the highest close that we have ever had on the x shot, but we haven't closed that high. Let me tell you the last time we close at home that that close. Thirteen, six, full five. That's the the loss close that we had high was the eighth of January two, thousand and tank. That's a long time ago. You know that's that's a long time ago. So. It's it is looking incredibly bullish and we could certainly say bitcoin just tackle and just say you know what? Thank you mother for the rabbit shot the guys hold Shot the guy the horses bolted and off we go on I, rip. Of A? So, these are the realities of our marketing aged. As we consolidate, we get closer to having an opportunity where we look to be too overboard. And then. We can. Off Again. Tell you the truth. I love a little pullback really would. Pay The guy. Nor what what Bitcoin Golf Forever said why? But I wanted to get up with simplicity why because I tried? The a trade for living radio. So what I want I, want to pull back because pullback software paternity PULCHRA breakout. It'd be fine. The three strategies designed around pullbacks or breakouts. That's it. Boom Shaka Laka Saunders. Whitening say what does on? Basically. I didn't come in on the fifteen but tell you what? He a little bit sleigh for the time being. So what happened yesterday was we did move down. We moved down to a low all who are twelve, thousand, seven, hundred, seventy, six, hundred, close at thirteen, thousand, sixteen army closed above the thousand wants gang. With currently ops fraught now half percent the one to thirteen, thousand, one, hundred and twenty dollars and I'm just keeping an all out a pull back into that twelve pullback level. You starting to increase you know back in that cradles on the top of the crowd was on, which is a ten is now twelve, six, five nights a pretty close. Keeps creeping up as the market continues to console that bitcoin is looking of super duper bullish. What else have we got on the odds right now theory and pulled back to that four hundred get a in their took a tried yesterday. Da. On the sixteen hour. Said I wasn't gonNA try brought my rule pretty dirty I'm a cellphone that but high. Go to just go to shopping up. About decision I wasn't feeling good. That's why site when you're not feeling good, you shouldn't be trying I did the wrong thing and I pay the price of intimate down on that down myself but just down that I might have. I. Mike Errors I am. So. This wall doesn't make it. Any easier doesn't get any better way artist therion brought now's rod licking cradles. Any trades there on the day. But tell you what if we can push out from here? It's going to be such a beautiful Trenton thinking they'll be lots of good opportunities yesterday down three point five percent now currently at three, hundred, ninety, four, Dole seventy, seven off hop a half of a percent right now law on excel paste over the correct that twenty six, mock yesterday we were down two percent we counted twenty four point nine cents I just below twenty, five Dan points to the rave of. BITCOIN cash did reject the two seven, five resistance. So he bounced off to I three, thirty five, the lower end of that channel had talked. I don't try channels, but it's a very simple horizontal plight, very simple horizontal level that I look at to help me. Rebounds Twenty Three Thirty Five, and we raised up to two, hundred, seventy, five, sixty, five, which was the brand of that resistance that will now back in a to sixty point three, five, Selah full point. Three seven percent yesterday. So we are still in a very nonstop translate what bitcoin up trying to see our even exile pay it's not trend, but it's pretty crafty bitcoin cash beautiful uptrend onto lot coin next, which is also in love looking up trying to pull back three point four, five percent. Yes, I currently. It's at one point three, one point one, percent, fifty, seven dollars fifty. The wake he's only starting to look a little bit better. The daily the daily does look good or going to be honest. It does look pretty Nice right now, the fifth diamond aloe basically can be touching those lower timeframes just yet fitting seven, forty, six percent. They vate look it's pretty average rotten a popped up through that one, hundred, eighty, two mock and the NFL strike back through yesterday closing down. Three point nine percent. 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New home sales jumped more than 30% in the past year

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:08 min | 21 hrs ago

New home sales jumped more than 30% in the past year

"The housing market took a bit of a surprising turn last month sales of new homes fell. In September three and a half percent that's from the Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development Down we should say from August. So it's month on month from September a year ago though sales are actually up more than thirty percents low mortgage rates, not a lot of supply of existing homes and a whole lot of people looking for more space in this pandemic equals a whole lot of demand for new and bigger construction as marketplace's amy. Scott? Reports the average size of a new single family home peaked at two, thousand, six, hundred, eighty, nine, square feet, five years ago think maybe a two story house with four bedrooms and two and a half baths that average has been falling gradually ever since as more millennials have entered the market seeking affordable I homes. But now because of the pandemic, we're seeing data already that builders are getting more and more requests for larger homes because people want more space rose. Quint with the National Association of Home Builders predicts in the second half of this year average home size will start growing again as buyers look for space to work go to school an exercise at home a return to bigger holmes isn't great for the Environment Says Maury Cohen who teaches sustainability at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Clearly, it takes more energy to heat and cool larger spaces rather than than smaller spaces that even if people want bigger houses they. Can't necessarily afford them. Alley Wolf is chief economist at Zonda Housing Data and consulting firm and so builders are really struggling with should we build larger homes that may have to come with a larger price tag or find creative work arounds that buyers can afford one builder she knows took a bit of extra closet space and turned it into a zoom room. Just big enough for a desk and chair same square footage whole different vibe. I'm Amy Scott for marketplace.

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A New Dawn On Broadway

The Indicator from Planet Money

02:05 min | 22 hrs ago

A New Dawn On Broadway

"Broadway shutout you know the corona virus, but the show must go on and recently there was a show just outside in the middle of times. Square. This first tone is very much a rehearsal or hersal on camera. It's eight am on a Saturday morning the director is holding bullhorn. He's trying to talk to everyone through his mask and his cast is made up of about one hundred singers, dancers, musicians, ushers, feeder workers. They're all socially distanced standings spread out on the pavement surrounded by all the giant electronic lights and ADS signs. In other words, this is not your typical Broadway show. This first time round is how we were about. How this is GonNa work this really. Show it's more like a demonstration. The performers here are going to sing, but they're also going to talk economics like Jesse, Hooker Bailey, and her husband Gilbert who the way, our young and spunky. I'm thirty two I'm thirty two as well. I cannot wait to be thirty three. That's the Jesus Year you know what I'm saying, and then when you're thirty five presidential year Song Getting Close Jesse in Gilbert or both actors they've been performing in big name shows to beetlejuice book of Mormon Waitress During Normal Times. The tickets to these shows can cost hundreds of dollars and that's because a Broadway play has huge overhead. There's the cost of running a venue there's insurance administrative staff, and then of course, you've got to pay the cast and crew plus. Of course, these shows are popular. A lot of people are willing to pay that much money. Pay Like for performers on Broadway. Honest pay for performance on Broadway is just enough when you have the job yeah Kobe ended my show. You know so. Things like Broadway and they're like Oh rich and that's not the case in. act. Broadway, the Broadway paycheck to paycheck situation. Even realize very blue

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If You Dont Change, You Die

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:37 min | 1 d ago

If You Dont Change, You Die

"Hi, everybody. Thanks for joining me today. The accelerate your business growth podcast is sponsored by audible DOT com. and. Because there is so much audible dot com that you may not even realize in addition to all the audiobooks we are offering you a trial. You can go to audible trial, DOT COM slash business growth sign up for that free trial and explore I think you will be amazed at what you find. Over. The years of this podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for a sales professionals, small business owners, business leaders of all kinds. and that is really because of the guests These are folks with expertise in particular areas of business. And they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you that way you can get information that you need. You can get connected to these folks. and. You can implement strategies that help you and your business. Today is no exception. My guest today is Karen. Jenkins Karen is the president and CEO of R. J. Consulting a full service consulting firm providing companies and their employees with the skills and resources to become more committed to their performance empowered to effect change and be prepared for the journey ahead. With, over thirty years of Experience Karen is a recognized speaker author and leadership consultant equipping executives with the necessary tools to create results driven organizational change. Thanks so much for me today. Karen. Thank, you for the vacation I? AM WE HAVE TO BE HERE I am thrilled to have you here We are going to be spending time. really talking about Being open to change and and how you we have to be able to. shift and change and whatnot order to be successful and You know with everything we're going through and and all of the upheaval and. crisis and you know you name it that's been going on over the past. I don't know seven months. I would just I love your insights on how businesses survive. The business cycle during a crisis like the one we're experiencing. So. It's it's it's pendant of the business. So the reality you've had some businesses that have had minimal impact other than the having to transport for move from working in house on Office to tell were you've had some that were only other some that actually have flourished because they worry a needed commodity or service, and then you have others that unfortunately have suffered significantly because of the crisis. So it really depends on the business but. In any case, your business has to be established and set on a foundation that is agile and flexible enough to be able to shift or pitted depending on what the market brain. So of course, we all know about slot analysis. So strength weaknesses, opportunities and threats, and one of the threats that if you're really doing a true swot analysis. Is located at potential external factors that could negatively impact your your company and a lot of them. We don't think about right whoever gets. Years would've thought about Kobe coming in and then having the negative impact of his hand and for the duration of at his dad. worked. Challenges that we're faced with is and I can't say this to your listeners. This too shall pass the question is win. Because we face so many other challenges, but the differences and this particular challenges the other challenges we've had. Twenty two thousand when we had the nine eleven on two thousand and we have the economic meltdown and crisis. The thing was it happened you know we got through the week we got stopped or it happened, and then we were able to work on rebuilding in coming up with a plan to get to the recovery. This is is is that it's happened and here we are a month later it's still happening so. We'll get through. It is just a matter of time. So what we have to do is we have to recognize that for every door and window that closes there's seventeen others that open right. So the needs of our community, the needs of our clients may change based on what's happened. So in some instances, businesses that had a lot of very well thriving company where customers wanted. X., after this, they may not need X. or maybe they don't need X. Right now because the Kobe still going on but then you have to ask you a question, what do they need and if it's not particular customers, maybe it's another set of customers that I never thought about. So what am I have to Kinda scan the environment I have to keep my eyes and ears. To the needs and then figure out from our company's perspective. What can we? What can we feel? What need can we fulfill than is out there now that may not have been there before.

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Aircraft Delivery Founder Steve Giordano (Co-Founder and Managing Director of Jet Test & Transport)

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

03:12 min | 1 d ago

Aircraft Delivery Founder Steve Giordano (Co-Founder and Managing Director of Jet Test & Transport)

"But I started jet test. Kind of as a hobby while I was at allegiant early on even when I was based in Vegas. The idea and what does it do? Well so I first and foremost at the time jet test didn't exist. I just blind the line flying de Moines and flying to Bellingham Washington and Fargo and might not you know in the MD eighty and I was flying with this is what I was photos the beginning I was flying with the captain and he said you know we hit it off and he said Hey this weekend I'm burying a D. C. Nine thirty over to Belgrade Serbia and I could use I could use an F. O. and I was like Yeah County, and I've got a passport and I get paid. was. Very. Done for for I L F, C at the time. I don't as they don't remember it could have been. We did a lot for C. we still do for air cap, which is now let's see but I don't remember who the customer was, but we were basically. So he was like a like a freelance. Highlight. For Higher. He just went in and jobs and I had no idea that existed and so it was an opportunity for me someone that just loves to travel I had never really had the experience of flying internationally besides Mexico and Canada and stuff. So of course, I jumped on that opportunity and I I still remember that whole trip like like it happened yesterday because it was my first time flying across the ocean. Sure. It was show. You. How long were you gone from the time started to the time you returned home. I think it was probably done about three or four days. So we got over there, and then of course, we hung out that we hung out for a day. You know nowadays we get well forget it. I, mean cove it makes it impossible to even leave the airport for the most part, but that's another story. But you know at the time. Even, we're so busy we we generally move from trip, but at that point in time, I had never been to Eastern Europe and I had gone wants to Ireland and wants to Germany as you know as a as a team but. Anyway. It was it was awesome. We walked around drink beer and had good food at the restaurants and and it was just it was just such a cool experience that the first thing that I did when I got back with say what's next? When can I do this again? And it turned into, you know I was I was I made myself available and I was ferrying airplanes mostly DC nine, some dash eight, some MD eighties because that was all I was typed on. And I was doing a trip every couple of months and whether it was domestic ferry you know or flying over to Asia. Started kind of doing the same thing as him and. What happened from there is you know I started getting type ratings I just I wanted to do it more and I wanted to make myself available on more more equipment. So the first thing I did was I went out and bought a seven thirty seven type. Crossed when you did it. I think it cost about eight nine thousand bucks. Yeah. It's really almost about the same as it costs today but you know I did it in an old seven, thirty, seven, two, hundred simulator which you can't find nowadays right And then and then I flew right seat on a lot of ferry flights until I got the experience and the confidence to to

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Interview with Andrea Wilson Woods

Breakfast Leadership

06:13 min | 1 d ago

Interview with Andrea Wilson Woods

"Welcome back. I've got Andrea Wilson Woods on the line Andrea. How are you? I'm good. Thank you. Great to have you here in the pre-show. We were talking about all kinds of different things we could talk about and we're in the middle of a pandemic at the time of this recording so we had talked about, you know loss in in grief, and I know that's something we want to dive in and your backstory a bit off beforehand, but ultimately, you know, when we will get to the point of with covid-19 and and some of the losses and and the grief that people are facing right now. So sure what the audience your backstory and in the world to do. I'm sure so when I was twenty-two years old, I was living in Los Angeles. I had graduated from college and I was trying to figure things out like most people I think and I ended up getting custody of my then eight-year-old sister Adrienne and I became her legal guardian and I was her only parent and I raised her. All through my 20s until a month after her fifteenth birthday. She was diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer and it was really shocking. I mean she was a very active kid. She had no symptoms until the day she felt pain which was the day and ER doctor told us what he saw on her CAT scan and that was day one of her very short 107 day off cancer journey, and she died a few months after my 29th birthday and it just changed the course of my life because she she was everything to me and so about a year later after I turned Thirty. I started a non-profit dedicated to primary liver cancer and I like to tell people that when I took my advice on this, you know, I did not want to start a non-profit. It was not like in my dreams when I was a little girl. I wasn't stupid scared me. It's just at that time. There was not a single organization involved. Us doing anything about her particular type of cancer and that's the only reason I started one. I'm so grateful I did and I've been doing that over 17 years and then less than two years ago. I actually started a health Tech startup. It's a for-profit. It's for all cancer patients and caregivers. And then I also published a book last fall which is about raising and losing my sister to liver cancer and it's called better off bald. What's amazing work you do and and I agree when we're little kids. We don't tend to think long going to run a non-profit no choice firefighters police officers or or you know leaders of businesses or you know race car drivers or princesses or all options are on there. I don't recall wage are running a nonprofit is being on my original list. Oh I did I did run a few non-profit organizations for a little over a decade. So I now that I am Don't I can't say that I I miss some elements of it. I miss others of course, but there are some aspects of it. I don't miss it at all. But that's another story for another day. So I see you had all of those things happen in the in the you had thrust on you. Okay, you're going to be a caregiver now and then a very short window of time after that unfortunate bounce houses. And and when you go through something like that, you know, it it for me it wouldn't you know, I talked with people that have gone through something like this is with the shock of it. All is so intense that it you know for some it says just makes them Nam. It's like they're not, you know, they're still grieving they hurt or in pain and they're sad. It's just the shock of the the quickness of it. All is something that a lot of people, you know has a long-term effect on them just a shock of how in the world that that just home. What will you know any like what hippie it kind of thing. So I'm sure you've experienced something similar to that. Of course, you know with working with people that have to deal with that horrible horrible disease thought I lost many family members to cancer and a variety of different types too. And it's devastating for families and everything, but I'm sure they knew people that you work with and all of that that's gotta be one of the biggest thing I have to deal with is just the shock of of hearing that news and and trying to navigate through it. Yeah. Definitely. I mean I've in addition to my sister. I've lost five other family members to five different kinds of cancer and birth. I agree. I mean when you're in it cancer forces you to live very much in the present and you know, you're making decisions often on the Fly and you're just you're just ended and your office certainly adapting to changes the often you have no control over but then after whether it's after you survived cancer after your loved one dies, you know then off. Just sort of go through all those emotions and you know, there are the five stages of grief and what's interesting is, you know, people think that they go in a certain order know they don't, you know, anger depression a bargaining acceptance Cohen denial, right? I have accepted my sister's death for a long time, but the one stage of grief I had never experienced was anger because I didn't know who to be angry at and I was really, you know, I didn't know and there were plenty of other people who are angry might be half. So I didn't I didn't have to do that but a few years ago, I was watching this TV show TV show Netflix and the final episode was this girl walking across the stage in her high school graduation, and then it faded to walking across the stage in her college graduation and my sister loves school. She was an honor student 4.0 GPA. She already knew where she wanted to go to college. I mean, she she had all these plans and for some reason and that dog Moment that hit me and it was I was angry like I was just furious and and the anger just to hit me more than fifteen years later. I'm really shocked me, you

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Arctic Cold Front Brings Cold Rain To Dallas Area, Temperatures Will Drop Near Freezing Overnight

Rush Limbaugh

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Arctic Cold Front Brings Cold Rain To Dallas Area, Temperatures Will Drop Near Freezing Overnight

"W F A A Meteorologist Jesse We left chilly tonight in a big cold front is on the way a chance of rain really late 50 to the overnight low. That's where we'll start Monday, and that's as warm as it gets Cold front brings in much colder temperatures will be in the upper thirties by Monday evening. Rain is expected Monday and then showers are also likely on Tuesday will be a chilly day with I have 45 right now. 57 degrees at D. F. W.

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Breaking Down Joe Biden's Plan To Make The U.S. Carbon Neutral

Environment: NPR

03:44 min | 2 d ago

Breaking Down Joe Biden's Plan To Make The U.S. Carbon Neutral

"At Thursday's debate, there was this telling exchange about climate change. Would you close the? Transition from oil minister yes. I was trying to. It is a big statement president trump again boosted the fossil fuel industries contributing to global warming. Joe. Biden is campaigning on a plan for net zero greenhouse gas emissions by twenty fifty and peers. Jeff Brady has more on his two trillion dollar proposal Joe Biden's climate plan is ambitious for an economy as big and complex as the United States but even those connected to fossil fuel industry. Say it. May Be Doable Scott Siegel with the energy focused law firm Bracewell says plan is pragmatic and includes both regulations and incentives for the growing list of companies focused on using cleaner energy in the future one thing that makes Biden's approach somewhat comfortable is that you can sketch out that linear commitment to additional resources to achieve these objectives which I think most people in business believe are going to be. The future anyway, the country has one example of meeting an ambitious climate goal. The Obama Administration's clean power plan aimed to cut emissions from power plants about a third by twenty thirty even though court challenges stopped the plan from going into effect, the country is ahead of schedule David. Doniger. IS WITH NRDC Action Fund the political arm of the Natural Resources Defense Council, the power sector is already undergoing. Changes have reduced their emissions by more than thirty percent ten years ahead of the target that the Obama Administration thought was aggressive in two thousand fifteen. A big part of that was the collapse of the coal industry coal fired power plants continue to go out of business replaced with cheaper natural gas and renewable energy. Still, the Biden, climate plan faces significant hurdles it relies on technologies that haven't been. Developed or may not be commercially viable. That's why the plan includes four hundred billion dollars over a decade for research with the economic hit from the coronavirus pandemic Biden's campaign updated the plan this summer it includes billions of dollars to hire people for things like plugging abandoned mines and building electric vehicle charging stations. Steph Feldman with the Biden campaign says, the plan also focuses on environmental justice forty percent. Of the benefits of those investments, go to communities of color and low income communities that have been disproportionately harmed by pollution and the exit climate change. This is especially important to the most vocal climate change activists while Biden has distanced himself from the green new deal. It is popular especially with the left wing of his party Jenny Marino Zimmer with three fifty actions as this is the strongest plan. Yet from a Democratic presidential nominee, the Biden campaign has committed to doing some really great things like ending leasing of also feels on public lands. We'd like to see them go further and create a true phase out for the entire fossil fuel mystery over the course of the next decade. Biden's plan has a longer time line for a transition and includes a role for fossil fuels with offsets and. Carbon Capture Amy Myers Jaffe manages the climate policy lab at Tufts University and says, all this is a credible plan for addressing climate change. The Biden campaign has listed the right things but the difference between listing things and getting those things is a big difference. If Biden is elected, he'll likely need democratic congress willing to pass laws and allocate money to make his plan a reality. Jeff Brady NPR

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How Trump And Biden Differ On Energy Policy

Environment: NPR

06:48 min | 2 d ago

How Trump And Biden Differ On Energy Policy

"We are now just over a week away from election day although we know millions of people have already voted. But in these final few weeks, we've been focusing on some of the policy differences between President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden differences that might not be so easy to discern when they're buried in the middle of campaign rhetoric or debate jobs. Right now, we're going to focus on one revealing moment during last Thursday's presidential debate when the two candidates talked about energy specifically, how should the US get and use power in the future have a transition from their own minister yes? Oh. It is a big statement because I would stop why would you do that because the oil industry pollutes significantly here so let's dig into that a bit more what other two candidates competing visions for us energy policy going forward and what are the implications per workers and the environment to help us sort this out. We've called Dino Grandoni he reports on all this for the Washington Post with us now Dino Grandoni. Thank you so much for talking with us your. Thank you for having me on. So let me just start if we can with that clip that we just played there is a divide and how these to view the future of. US Energy. So when it comes to oil, where does each one stand? Yes. So the two candidates have laid out starkly different visions for what they would like to do with the oil industry and how they would like to transition away from fossil fuels or whether or not. They would want to even do that You saw a Democratic candidate Biden pledge to move away from oil in favor of renewable energy and predicted that that kind of move will generate millions of jobs president trump by contrast says that doing that would be costly and hurt the economy and in particular would hurt the oil producing states where both men are competing for votes. Well. You've recently written that president trump has very recently tried to rebrand himself as an environmentalist which would seem like a difficult sell when his administration has rolled back countless environmental regulations over the past four years and he continues to push for oil coal and gas. So what's his pitch? Yeah, and this is a man who has spent much of his life trying to rebrand himself during various business ventures. So He Over the past year has changed his position and a few different things he has promised to fund restoration of the Great Lakes when in the past White House had proposed cutting money to do that similar story with the everglades in Florida and He is endorsed this idea planting a trillion trees around the world in order to suck carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. President trump is going to have a hard time convincing the public that he is a more environmentally friendly candidate than Joe Biden, release candidate who cares more GONNA do more to solve climate change. His administration has spent the past four years rolling back literally dozens of anti-pollution another environmental rules and that kind of reputations probably baked into the public. At this point president trump has attacked for vice president Joe Biden for what trump a radical climate plant and we do have to say this has been described as by far. The most aggressive climate and energy platform that this country has ever seen from a major party candidate. So could you just just as briefly as you can describe what are some of the key elements? So what Joe Biden wants to do is eliminate US contributions to climate change by the middle of the century and on the way they're doing. So he wants to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector in particular power plants by twenty, thirty five, both of those are very aggressive timelines and like you're saying more. Aggressive than anything any other major party candidate has ever put forward. It's in fact more aggressive in some ways than what Bernie Sanders was saying back in two thousand sixteen. So let me ask you this though how does Biden respond to the argument? That's would cost this have tremendous adverse economic impact especially in states that are necessary to for him to win I, mean, how does he respond to that cost the loss of just thousands upon thousands of jobs? Well, he says that his climate plan is also a jobs. Plan that transitioning away from fossil fuels will create millions of jobs in itself to have to install solar panels, built wind turbines. But then also all all the different sort of retrofits that his plan calls for to homes and businesses to make buildings more energy efficient. He really thinks of this as an economic plan in addition to being a plan to stop climate change or headed off at least. Well, we knew though that president trump in contrast president trump has always kind of focused on that economic impact of. This country is kind of reliance on fossil fuels and back in two thousand sixteen many people may remember he promised to reopen coal mines and to bring back coal mining jobs has that happened no that has not happened and we've seen trump talk less and less about coal in the first two state of the Union addresses. He gave he talked a lot about clean call and saving jobs but he dropped those references in the last two state of the Union addresses and we've seen coal fired power plants continue. To Shudder and call nine continue to close down during his presidency not because of any government policy. Really. But experts say it's because of economic pressure Kohl's just gotten to expensive relative to natural gas and renewable 's and what about oil I. The idea that a move away from fossil fuels from reliance on fossil fuels is increasingly popular with the public. I mean, the polls make that clear but apart from that are the economics driving oil to face a similar fate, a colleague of yours reported last month, for example. That British Petroleum VP has come out publicly and said it is shrinking it's oil and gas business and investing in wind and solar. So are sort of economic imperatives or whatever public policy imperatives regardless of what president trump sort of perspective on this are they driving in that direction anyway. So during the pandemic at least in the short term, the oil industry has been hit particularly hard as people driving fly less. There's a lot less demand for oil and that has caused a lot of oil companies to have to. Lay off people and even have to declare bankruptcy in this country that said, there are some experts who do think that oil is going to go the way of coal right now, electric vehicles. There aren't that many being used relative to the entire auto market in the United States, but there's this expectation that adoption of electric vehicles is going to pick up and that's going to really eat into the petroleum business because most of the petroleum in this country is used towards transportation field towards the gas tank in your car. That is Dino Grandoni. He is an energy and environmental policy report with the Washington. Post Dina Grandoni thank you so much for talking to us. Thank you for having me

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How to Improve Cultural Competence in Dermatology and Skincare with Dr. Susan Taylor

Fat Mascara

05:21 min | 5 d ago

How to Improve Cultural Competence in Dermatology and Skincare with Dr. Susan Taylor

"Okay. So we're here with Dr Taylor, don't worry we gave a nice bio on you before you came on the line do truly one of the most amazing dermatologist in the United States like I'm so excited you're here we want to hear about your career little bit before we start talking about the issues of the day that we brought you on to talk about. So first off what made you want to become dermatologist well, you know. When I went to medical school, I. wanted to be an interest and I wanted to treat people from the inner city with hypertension and diabetes and cardiovascular disease. But then during my fourth year medical school did my very first dermatology rotation and I loved everything about the specialty The fact that he could range from Piatra patients to you know those in their eighties and nineties the fact that there was a little bit of surgery. Pediatrics was cosmetic. Dermatology in general dermatology. The fact that you could actually see in feel in touch the pathology as opposed to like pretending, you can hear it you know through the stethoscope so that really changed my whole focus. Now when I graduated I decided nonetheless to do a internal medicine residency. But halfway through I said, you know you've got to remain true to yourself and what are you gonna be happy you know thirty years from now practicing so I went back and did another residency in dermatology in here we are. Also, that added a little bit of time onto your career. It did. Yes it was so worth it. Yeah, and so you I know you're the founder of many amazing things that I've gotten many resources from one of the things that you're known for is. Working at the skin of Color Center can you and you co-founded that ready did yes. So I'm back with that is when that started back in nineteen ninety eight I did my dermatology residency at Columbia. Presbyterian. Medical Center in about ten years after I had finished I got a call from one of my professors who said you know here in New York, there's the need for a center that specializes in skin disorders for people with darker skin tones, and he said, this was my my mentor. Dr Deleo. He says, you know they say to me you're a nice guy but I want someone who looks like made and so he called me one day and said, would you be interested in coming to New York in creating some type of center and for me it was an incredible challenge an incredible need. This type of center didn't exist anywhere in the world and my mandate was to name it started to figure out what the mission was and that was a wonderful wonderful challenge. So what I decided was. This would be a center for. Instance in clinical dermatology, we would also perform clinical trials, research trials, and at that point, many dermatologists were very afraid of doing any types of cosmetic procedures on people with darker skin tones. So we wanted to really gorge path that. So that's Why we created the skin of Color Center, I am delighted to report it still in existence. Now, it's now affiliated with Mount Sinai and there's a new wonderful director WHO's there? Can, I just ask Dr Leo was he a White Guy? Dr Dalil I didn't know you. Know can Dr till now goes bad. You know I'm a tall white guy and they don't want to see a tall white guy. They want someone who looks like you and you know he's just been a wonderful inspiration over all of these years I'm very fortunate to have had him as a mentor Academic Sense. So when you let your medical residency, did you feel like you were prepared to treat all the patients that you were about to say is at the level of care that they are. Yeah. So I had the distinct honor and privilege of a doing my dermatology residency New York City in Manhattan like one of the most diverse places on earth. So from the time I was the first year. Dermatology residents I saw people with all skin tones. And all ethnicities and racial groups. So when I completed three years of residency, I did indeed the very prepared in diagnosing and treating disorders in people with darker skin tones. Then I opened up a private practice in Philadelphia, which is my hometown and I found that over time many women and men of color sought me out because you know it's not just the skin tone, but it's also the customs habits. Women did not have to explain to me what they do with their hair because I have the same hair and so there is a cultural competence and we wanted to create a center were all the doctors no matter what their race or ethnicity was culturally competent.

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Longtime ATP Tour Insider Weller Evans

Beyond The Baseline

05:56 min | 5 d ago

Longtime ATP Tour Insider Weller Evans

"Everyone John. With was were so streaming tennis podcast everyone twelve, our guest as we do Beller Evan any insider will recognize sellers name the consummate timoth insider he worked for the ATP Tour for many years his. Was Tour Manager for the most part, but he also was. A fixer, a pragmatists they council guidance counselor. One of the tour employees who work with the players week in week out was in the locker room and really knows that the mechanics of tennis mechanic of the tour better than anyone he also briefly served on the. Board, last year and part of this year. So this is a a wide ranging conversation with a crew tennis. Insider we talk a bit about tennis in twenty twenty the we talk about this more stories from. Welders career in also been about how to get into tennis There are roles into score even if. You do not hit a ball at a professional level and weller someone who spent his whole career in tennis and only a few of those as a player. So here's a wide ranging conversation with a true tennis insider. Here's Willer Evans first of all Weller Evans thank you for. Thank you for doing this I appreciate this. Model John It's It's a pleasure. I have to congratulate you in that You know it's to be quite Khuda get both Jerry. Seinfeld, and Weller Evans. As interviews within a month of one another. Low Bar just make a few jokes in Yiddish and everyone everyone goes home. Happy. No but we passed up no opportunity to talk tennis and I was saying in the Intro I feel like you are. You're the perfect person to help make some sense of these strange times because you are someone, it's always understood the mechanics and have the insider perspective. and. Our Voice of reason and I figured I wanNA hear a bit about your backstory in some sort of historic progressives. But but help us make sense of tennis in Twenty Twenty How How are you sensing? This is going and what's your take on sort of gray tennis in this work around year? Well I think we're fortunate to be playing tennis at all and to actually have had. Three of the four slams played. This year I think is a remarkable accomplishment. Don't you? Yep Absolutely. especially. Given the challenges of of tennis compared to other sports You know it's it's not it's not as simple as. You, you've got thirty teens in everyone's GonNa, lock themselves in a bubble together. To, two hundred and fifty six players from all over the world is is a big challenge. What do you make about the rest of it? I? Mean we have. Cologne one in Cologne to this week, which sounds like Competing. Hugo boss. Fragrance collection we have carry over points we have. To joke of, it's not playing Paris because he's disincentivize because of the point structure what's your take on? Tennis outside of outside of the three majors we were able to play. Well just. To sort of focus for a second on the ranking system. And and what we had to do and I apologize in advance for referring. To. The ATP as we but when you work for an Organization for twenty five years and you stay so closely connected to it it's inevitable that you end up referring to what they do as as we but. You know. The ranking system has to be addressed. Once we took such a long off from tournaments. and. You enter. That challenge you know with the premise that there's not going to be a perfect system. Heck. Probably, our current ranking system is not perfect. But realizing that there's probably not even an optimum way to accomplish all that needs to be accomplished. So is it? It really was a challenge for sure but You know I think the ATP's priority was always to. Try to continue to have a fair and accurate evaluation of. Player on court performance, which also has credibility with our fans and I think if you look at the rankings as they currently stand I, think the ADP has accomplished. You know accomplish that goal. With Roger. Not Be fit enough to play the world tour finals I would. Like to think that a a guy who's been really hot since we return to the court Andrei Rubel who actually was was. INFLA-. Go even before the suspension is going to make the world tour finals I'm sure there are people who? Are. Going ask. Why Medvedev? is going to be in there when he hasn't really. You. Duplicated. The success that he had last year an-and. CARNOT boost has. Left back into everybody's consciousness and. He may or may not make it to London. So I'm sure they'll be people who. You might question that but I think on the whole the ranking system and the rankings that we have currently even given the the cogut accommodations that were made. With with our fats.

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Designing Immunotherapies that Can Overcome Recurrence and Resistance

The Bio Report

05:38 min | 5 d ago

Designing Immunotherapies that Can Overcome Recurrence and Resistance

"For joining us. Inviting me this great opportunity in great pleasure. We're GONNA, talk about cancer immunotherapy and bio clips efforts to develop a multi mechanistic immunotherapy to overcome the ability of cancers to develop resistance and. The immune system perhaps, we can start there. What are the challenges? That immunotherapy is facing and how to tumors grow resistant and and evade the immune system. Let me start by saying that's three different questions first of all anti-cancer immunity. And Immune evasion mechanisms are. Just being discovered. And we don't know the immune system especially in the micro the tumor micro environment is much like a black box. So if we want to reset that immunity, we have to learn a lot more about what is in black bought the black box in right now, what we're doing is we're using things like adoptive cell therapy like car T.. And we're using. Checkpoint. Inhibitors and we're. Using. Antibodies and all these different things you know. Vaccine's against the civic tumor antigens. We're using these things to help initiate some sort of passive nudity in that tour micro environments, and the reason that we have to do this is because. A lot of people you know give the tumor itself malevolent characteristics I could you know inveighs nudity and what? Happens is that these are very fast growing cells there's a there's a deficiency in the beginning. Of either the self control of the immune system. That allows the cells to grow aggressively in when you put pressure on them using therapy trying cure them. the ones that aren't specifically attacked by that therapies continued to grow. And so. The the challenges on what is the therapy that can keep the tumor suppressed not recur later on and in in how you approach those kind of therapies to radically eight the tumor once and for all. You Know I. Think Dan one of the. Well known but Unhappy Facts about cancer is that Many cancers likely to reappear later in life immune. Immune system. Hod diminishes as we grow older You know it reminds me of how we knew originally that the immune system played such a huge role in cancer in that is that when we used immunosuppressive drugs or when people had immune deficiencies, they tended to get tumors also. So it's a very complex question and I think people are doing the best. They can to the best that they can to approach it. We know a lot. We know a lot more than we sued, but there's still a lot of things that we don't know. How big a problem is recurrence and resistance with regards to immunotherapy is today. So it depends upon it depends on the indication For, the most part and the reason is is when we can treat those cancers in if a patient fails standard of care most times, they have recurring tumors. So for example, in in ovarian cancer on A. Upwards around seventy percent, eighty percent of. Patients. Are Resistant to the standard of care, which is usually platinum drugs. And one of the exciting things about ovarian cancer is that. For the first time with Immuno therapies. We've been able to you know change that A. Change, the outcome for many of these patients, and so we're we're hopeful. you know other. Other therapies. For, say breast cancer and prostate cancer. Are Fairly well tolerated by patients, and if you catch the tumor with early diagnosis, there's a better outcome. So I look at it actually our technology we specifically approach this really difficult question of refractory solid tumors. In the reason we did that is because ninety percent of all cancers are solid tumors. But. In Clinical Trials Only about thirty percent of clinical trials directed toward solid tumors. And And we found that to be not only a challenge but a huge unmet market need. So. So When we think about refractory solid tumors were thinking patients that have Gone through standard of care their tumor becomes resistant to standard of care. And Once they're resistant to standard of care, the tumor may reoccur. So that's the. That's the indication in the tumor type that were addressing with our therapy.

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"thirty second" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

07:30 min | 10 months ago

"thirty second" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Even though the wrestlers were great and they had some great stories back then when they started getting their hd net like Weekly television show is just like they lost tyler black. Who is now the Eh he fought Daniel Bryan for like One episode of Danielson Bryan Danielson American dragon chat out and then the stars sort of dissipated and it was so frustrating because they had already had their talent rosser totally rated by WWe which had notice. Everything went to the Nigel McGuinness. It's went to the TA and they had some interesting things. They did there at the time when Nigel McGuinness and the young box went and they change their names. And it's like wait who were Desmond Wolfe and generation me Yeah I didn't understand why they would change those guys names with when they built up great reputations and rustling people still with the young bucks joke joke all the time about generation me young bucks and this is sort of my heartache. I think the young bucks when people talk about the Pantheon everyone everyone does like these lists and it always seems just so weighted towards a pass because people get nostalgic and remember what the what things were like when they were growing up. I honestly think that young bucks are absolutely in the conversation grace tag team of all time. I agree with the work that they've done. Really I think to contemporary acts. Stick out its young bucks and new day because a new days really unlike any tag team. Well there's three guys in the temptation they haven't I like that. They've never sort of broken up and it's so easy to go that especially when Kofi goes on a singles around it so easy to do the played out sort of rockers storyline like I hope they keep them as a unit and happy. It's all power positively and I would really hate to see that disbanded but right up there with with the new day in terms of like match-quality the young bucks I think simply cannot be touched right now that is a major guys actually like market them as like a top line star which is so great to see with tag team wrestling. Like there's going to be a w cards were tag team and you've done it with dynamite but pay per views big time pay reviews were the tag team. Championship is a main yet. I mean some of the best matches we've had native of absolutely been the tag team matches and the young bucks and the loser. Brothers helped put the company on the map. You Watch that match The the The ladder match that they had any part of you is like I gotta worrying about protecting my investment here because there were are some bumps in there that were really mad took one that was just genuinely like is. He arrived at the table. Here it's going to be okay. Do you have conversations with this. I know you guys had a rather controversial storyline. With cody. Rhodes taking a chair shot. That wasn't as this story. Yeah the the idea of somebody taking a chair in wrestling. Isn't that shocking shocking. Talking now when you see like a a a chair being delivered to the head in American wrestling because wwe sort of there were a number of things about the execution of that that we're not the way it was supposed to be we don and now so i. I was pretty clear at the time I caught reduce pilot error. Because I thought we had come up with you know I didn't necessarily want anybody using it in the first place but if they were going to do it they were GonNa do it under certain guidelines and those guidelines were not followed. I understan- all that chair shots and sort of blood. That sort of reminds me of like at the E. W J's and there safer ways to do that. Yeah I was looking I WANNA be safer than he. Cw and that was supposed to be safer and that was It was not done the way it's supposed to be and it was addressed do you. You think that's something lacking not for the sake of doing it but I even had anything like that sense by the way since I that was our second show we'd ever done and it was before we started TV and it was. It was fighter fast and it was the second show done and you know I like I said it was addressed after that and I haven't anything like that. Since Moxley Omega had a very violent match you think there's a place for that sort of style when it comes to modern day wrestling storytelling on pay per view. I think there is You know for that. That kind of wrestling You know the hard core fans absolutely. I think there is as an audience for that and I wouldn't put a match like the Moxie Omega Lights out match on television but I think on pay per view the way it was done where we said like okay. Ah We're flipping the lights out and we're not responsible for what you see here. This is the end of the show and you know as far as the kids are concerned laughter. Cristiano versus cody. You can put him to bed. I really really liked that. You'd literally that's a cliche. Put the kids to bed. Match was actually quite funny. One more question for you because I know you gotta go here. I don't know it's What was come back? This is come on. I love to come back double or nothing. There seems as there's temple show in Chicago every year for the first couple years of your double or nothings in Vegas okay. I'm sorry. Yeah there was all out. Yeah there was all in and then it was all out it seems as though that's like the tentpole And then double or nothing came on the scene. Is that going to be like the sort of Wrestlemainia Wrestlemainia of all the double or nothing in Las Vegas. Is that the plan that we've got a big four right now that we were building around we've done set the the kid in you the wwe. Because when I was growing up survivor series royal rumble wrestlemainia Summer Slam. Sure I think there's you know if that helps you know I'm just no I A major the big. We've got the majors exactly the Grand Slam Golf and tennis. You got the big everything has four. I don't I think the end there's room for other are great shows too. I think these are four. We've established and we have other. You know I also I'd like to do you know fighter fast again and we've built up a big four though. Oh and it's you know double or nothing in Las Vegas Memorial Day weekend all out In the Chicago area which is Labor Day weekend. And then you you know in November. We've done full gear this past year. Which went great in Baltimore and I'm not sure as opposed to double or nothing being an all out where I really think those are going to stay around the Vegas in Chicago area? I'd like to go back to Baltimore for full gear. Believe not locked in a location for full gear. So that could that could be that could be a show that kind of moves around potentially but They've we had a great experience in Baltimore and then Also we've got a big show coming up that sold out minutes which were doing for the the first time in February twenty-ninth leap day in Chicago. It will be our next big pay per view revolution and that's going to have a huge huge huge card and it'll be the first time we've done revolution so who knows where that will fit in the hierarchy of this but I do think it's going to be huge. You'd show for US revolution. I'd like to be able to do it every year. But this is the first time we've done it let's Seattle goes it's in conjunction AC- too. It's pretty cool because I'm from Illinois. We've done all out and an episode of dynamite in the Schaumburg area area Hoffman estates the sears centre which is a suburb of Chicago and people are always like. Oh you've done to shows in Chicago we've never done a show in Chicago but revolution is is in Chicago at the wintrust arena. So we'll actually be debut in the city wrestling crowd on the way out here. I'd like to convince you to do a show at craven cottage. Just Mary. All the world's I would I'd love to do it. I've actually been to craven cottage with the box. Actually and we looked at it. and IT'S A it's a big venue and a big outdoor venue and when when we do our debut and show in England. I'm not sure the cause you'll be the first place you'd want. We'd go but it would be a great place to a wrestling any day. Any day I can spend at. The cottage is a good. It's such a classic venue and it'd be so called the C O wrestling show at the cottage. It'd be All Time I can't thank you enough for being so generous with your time. I know you gotta go. Hopefully occasionally when he got a big I shall we can get together and catch up and maybe talk about your product a little bit more because Fan of what you guys around this Wednesday she go to the show..

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"thirty second" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"thirty second" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"A Nanda Lewis overnight lows remember that it was originally hosted by someone named name Jhansi done and there was. I liked the afternoon program. What is the Nanda up to his? I'm looking this up and I don't want to repeat. I think one time I think a Nanda went to be not afterwards and now I don't know like sometimes they say within the Viacom family because Serena alcohol. This ad is a name from the past she was like one of the. MTV News Anchors Ansari now show like casually if you watch CBS Sunday morning like she'll be doing profiles and I'm like wow that's cool that's to renounce stayed with Viacom Viacom this whole time. Yeah Nanda Lewis Man. I had such a crush on a non to Louis. I would love to see if I could talk to anybody on the mystery create might be a non non to Louis. Yeah she's hosted while you were out a couple of times here so while you were out. It's a show on hosted this show while Mike was what does that Joe. I've never heard of this while you were out. Crew while your crew conspire with one member of a household to get their spouse partner roommate out of the okay so they can perform a forty eight hour makeover on a room or outdoor area. That's cool what does HDTV Chelsea like. All right okay. Got uh-huh maybe she wants to promote and I can talk to and onto Lewis. who was like a big time crush? Mind let's What are you going to talk to her about? You're just going to say like you're going to be like the Chris Farley. Paul McCartney. Yeah you remember that. What was your guys right now? Everyone one MTV show you have to pick one going Jersey Shore Jersey Shore. There's a little past like this like just in general that's your favorite. MTV longtime longtime all the green trl's at different.

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"thirty second" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes

Bitter Brown Femmes

15:41 min | 1 year ago

"thirty second" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes

"Like what I know now but I remember like not fucking with George Bush and a lot of people didn't I remember like that was the thing to hate George Bush like rightfully so and like it's it's so wild to me that years down the road all of a sudden George his everyone to fucking grandpa like it and that's what scares them he that's going to be like. I'm already angry that that's going to be like trump's future anyway anti way so we always it seems like for our last few episodes we all. We always have to talk shit about at least one white woman who like just some wack shit. This week it was Allen and also something that we have been talking about all the time especially for like the last few episodes as well anti blackness in the Latin x community. So let's jump into that because man let me tell you after recorded or last episode. I want to say maybe like I'm GonNa see a few days after the war did two days All of this shit happened on twitter. A lot of antibiotics shit happened in. Like spam of like disbanded like two days that meet Ruben. Were like let's fucking record right now because we really need to address this Unfortunately I was. Outta town like shit came up. You know but we've been wanting to address a lot of these things and so that's what we're GonNa do now but you'll still let you know all of this has been building up for like the last the last two weeks and so we wanted to talk about the the anti blackness And then today to day like two hours ago tell them what happened to our government. Generically guests that the N. Word on her instagram live or instagram story of Two other than that. We've also been wanting to talk about you know anti blackness in the lower next community. Like obviously like it's always they're like we're always as non blacks were always fucking up but like in the last month. I feel like we just took like let heritage monster like kick it up a fucking level Because there's a Lotta Shit that that has been going on like I mean. We almost recorded like an emergency again episode because like two days after our last episode after we recorded our last episode You know of a Hash. I woke up to a Hashtag trending and it was like. How do Mexicans talk and it happened because Becky G and this K pop star They released a song called chicken noodle soup which like US heavily sampled You know the song by a black artist and in the Song Becky G and J hope like have these like put on these like hood accents quote unquote and you know black folks particularly black access. Where like what the fuck is is right. Because like this whole. Like accent. Caribbean accented Becky. G put on like it isn't new first of all. She's been having this accent since she made the crossover to Latin x music and she started doing reggae tone and but her tried to pretend that it that she didn't that it is in some like some act even though it is so twitter user Rude boy Luna called it out. It's like why do these Why does Becky G put on this Caribbean accent? Basically that's not how Mexicans talk and so BECA G fans and like a bunch of Jay Hope stands like started. Harassing person eventually. Got Them to spend it and we're like all Mexicans talk hard we supposed to talk and it's like first of all you're being up twos because you know that you know there is a Mexican accent specifically if you're from fucking Inglewood which is where Becky G is from which is only like ten minutes from where I spent my fucking life In South East. La and she people particularly Mexican Americans in in Inglewood like they don't have the Carribean accent bitchy put on in order to reach a wider latter next market. Like that's something that she consciously did or for her not to not sound so wack as she is like appropriating reggae tone which the black Caribbean sound and so people are acting up tools. And I'm like I know I grew up around people like Peggy everywhere that we sound like even like as we've discussed before particularly with Daniel Baringo. When he was here like even like other Latin accent necessities that are not Mexican even their accents assimilate to the Mexican one in Los Angeles because the Mexican American accent is so prevalent Los Angeles that in order to fit in other at other Latin accent necessities assimilate there there. There's sound their voices and so to pretend that like becky. Jeez like use of a black Caribbean accent isn't some sort of like linguistic imperialism is kind of fucking ridiculous it's it's being Willfully ignorant to her not only Appropriating Black Caribbean music right. Because you know reggae tone didn't fucking come from Mexico and didn't come to fuck in England But also to appropriate the way that you know. Black Caribbean folks talk and so this Hashtag was viral and everybody was bashing decades detractors and even we are me too posted can walkouts essay about like quote unquote essay about how like it's ridiculous to Colorado her accent and Blah Blah Blah and. It's like you know how Mexicans Talk. You know how we talk. We don't fuck and talk like Becky. G pretends to sing like that's not our fucking voice. Nowhere maybe unless you're like maybe go over like Mexican folks are continuously surrounded by Caribbean folks. And there's more of an exchange but we're BECKY FROM REBECCA JASON. Her fucking life. That is not the cultural exchange that happened here like you know in La. We have primarily Mexican Population than after that is Central American particularly Salvadorian. And it's like Oh fuck in a laundry list of other Latin exit before we even get to a Caribbean like an ethnicity. The has that accent. So thank you for breaking that shutdown because there were a lot of people who were trying to like you said they were just being so op tooth and I was actually. I didn't even know that. Like the history behind it. So thank you for breaking that down when I saw the tag I knew that it was in response to like that video and like I knew the situation that was happening but I I was like when I started tweeting about it. There's always those cake. Kapot cake pop K pop stands in my mentions that I was so confused because I was like why. Why are there so many of them and we mentioned like do they like Becky Jedi Mino- who becky Gee whiz I really didn't know a lot of the details and then like I put it all together like Oh cade so? They're like defending her because she made a song with like someone days. Then so it's not necessarily you know these stands out here on twitter racist this Plug anti-black book number one but they're also just so fucking messy and exhausting and a lot of them. I love these K- keep pop stands are Mexican. Apparently the whole deal is a hot ass but it. This is the thing like a day before that happens like literally a day before this tag happened. Actually let's rewind Lebanon. Let me add one thing before you move while at that like. It's also like you said like Ja. K Pop stands a lot of them are Mexican or latter necks and I think that this is a perfect opportunity for us to ask ourselves why. There's such a big fan base for K pop in Latin America and for tone and Latin America. He know when these are particularly for reggae tone. Its current iteration is one that completely erases. Its founders right. So black people erased from the music. They create it right and for with Cape. It's like you see all these East Asian folks like adopt like you know their idea of like you know black hip hop star Black Popstar into their own image unlike wondering if this is a way for like non black Latin Americans to like listen to hip hop to listen to reggae tone without actual black people being in the picture and so I think that's important folks need to maybe ask themselves if they've never engaged reggae tone prior to the Becky g's of the world and never engaged like I am being hip hop prior to you know K. POPs Iteration of it. I think that really asked us to to to figure out like what's kept us from those John Rest prior to them. Thank you for writing that Yeah because that threw me off to and then I made important so there was an article that came up and it was about three non Black Latinos in Arizona. I believe who shot at a black man for telling them that they shouldn't use the N. Word so these were three non Black Latinos you know they were like ranging. I would assume from like eighteen to twenty one so you know. They'RE PRETTY YOUNG. Not An excuse. But just giving you some background. They had approached black photographer at the park to take. The other is a black photographer. He was taking pictures and they approached him. And we're like you know. Can you take pictures of us? So this black man is taking photos of them and doing them a favor and they're over here saying the N. Word and maybe not. There was a video of it. I didn't watch it either. 'cause I don't like watching these videos but the video was was posted for people to see So I would. I assume that they were just saying the N. Were amongst themselves. I don't think they said it to him. They were just saying that to each other or saying casually and this black man said you know if you're not blocked Sadia mark which is a very simple thing to say and their response was. Let's shoot at this man for telling us not to say this word The Black Man did not die. Think fully not that. That makes it any less better. I mean obviously. I'm glad he's alive but that happened. And then the very next That brought conversation obviously of like. I don't know it's two thousand nineteen and I honestly am tired of people of non black people questioning why they can't say the the N. Word it fucking trips me the fuck out. It really does like it's such a simple thing I like. I don't understand like what's so complicated about not saying the N. Word of you're not black. I like and I know what it is. I know that it's like racist anti blackness and it's like people feeling entitled to Black Culture and feeling entitled to using this word and I think black people telling non black people that they shouldn't use it makes them want to use it even more because that's like their own anti-black racism that's like oh a black person's telling me not to do this. Well who are they you know? And it's like this power thing and it's on it's all of it is rooted anti blackness. Oh yes I understand. Why people see the N. Word but I'm also come look come on like I don't know like I don't know how many times like this has to be said and the whole thing about that article in particular like that situation that happened is like y'all are so invested in determined to stay this word that you're willing to go to prison for it that your will not just to go to prison for it. You're also willing to kill somebody over it so when people tell me it's just the N. Word or it's just a song or all of these fucking excuses and it's like it's rooted in a lot more than that. It's not just quote unquote a word. First of all. That word has a lot of violent history. It's night yours to use. Its you're saying. Oh It's a song. It's just a word that doesn't mean. I'm racist yes it does mocking Meena races because black people are telling you not to say it number one but also because you know what I mean. It's for those people that say those things like this is how how upset people are that. They can't use it. This is how invested they are insane. That word that they're willing to be fucking violent physically to defend their use of that word so that happened and then anyway I just want to give a little like the those two main things happened and then right after that that happened right after like we were having that conversation about the n word that. Hashtag thing happened the very day so people were defending the right to use the N. Word and in the very next day they harassed a black deny and got her suspended from twitter for calling out anti blackness and then they made a Hashtag in response to that trying to make themselves the victim in the whole situation in that. Hashtag which trending like. That's the thing that took me out like that. Hashtag was fucking trending on twitter. So y'all had that so much energy to do all that but you have no energy to like not say the N. Word to tell people not to say the word you know when that when that article came out of the shooting like we could have all made. Hashtag like about it like don't see the N. word of your black or you know what I mean having a conversation about it but no one did that. Everyone wanted to justify their their work. Their use of that word and instead wanted to put all their energy into creating this false narrative of us being a victim of quote unquote legs and a phobia and racism from blacks Latina. Like that whole thing like is my God. Yup people were like coming for this person Rude Boy Luna who? Who started the conversation about like Becky? G appropriating a black ribbon accent. They were attacking Baloney because apparently she use the word SPIC Which I didn't know that people still found offensive T H harm. Because I I other than like the occasional time where night like. I've said it as a joke right. Hit speak if you don't know it's kind of like an older slur for a lot. An EX folks in A. It's like a kind of drawing on the word Hispanic But you know the only time I've ever really heard a has been in like literally the west side story.

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"thirty second" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

11:27 min | 1 year ago

"thirty second" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"I don't think that's ever happened before just kind of like all the next Gen stats. You know just all of it but yet you still deliver it so that if you're being ungraded at home you did check up all the boxes. Stuart Scott was a master at that he would say all his things that he wanted to say and put his vernacular but he'd also also just step the hell out of it so nobody could ever call them in and say. You didn't give us the hardcore sports 'cause he did. He did both so Stewart's up there and and very fun to work with as well I mean I look the guys I work with right now. Anderson I loved working in La withstanding ill but as a consumer whereas sitting and watching at home I guess it's hard to top down and keep things that they did for so many years and bobbly and Charley Steiner putting them all together because there's Bob. Lee's actually quite a funny guy great wit but on TV he was. I'm Bob Lee you know he he did his. I'm Bob leaving and he did it masterfully. You know he he he did real journalism. Well you you you imagine yourself serious guy. You imagine yourself when you were the politics. Being the Bob. Lee of serious is journalism on television indeed. My interest remain more than sports is just so happens. I make my living doing sport sort and I know I mean I would probably fail the PA quiz today because I still I still don't care but I don't eat or she by now could be. I don't know you don't have any regrets about that. Though right like you don't you don't wish it had turned out differently. It worked well all in a bunch of ways you know to be able to live the life we've led and and you know. I'm speaking of the rewards of it but who's to say that might not have happened open that I've had some great. Ken Burns level documentary that sold on net flicks like I think I really think I am capable of that. I think some people find. Let's get into discussion about something other than sports that you just that weird how it's like senior teacher at the grocery store you know and so out of context so how is it that he actually has an interest in something else. That has a lot more weight matters a great deal more than what might try to hit a home run or not if you got that Shit Kenny. I can't even imagine what Stuart Scott was getting. How much of that did you see and feel pre social media. We have certain bosses who wanted wanted done a certain way the best way to put it and I mean even in the Dan Keith article which I'm not sure if you said your did I did well. You didn't give me a chance to say whether I had read it or not but yes. I I read the article. Keith and Dan changed the form and in some ways gave you permission yeah I it wasn't like I was watching Dan Dan and Keith and like boy. I WANNA be like them. You know it was more. They were doing a thing that I think I could already do as well as that but it was just that it was hey. Let's have fun hour together. This is not you know Susan Church and this isn't anything that has to be dog matic. Why can't we just have a fun hour. MAKE PEOPLE WANNA come back and watch it. The next time I mean there was even like you go back to like George Michael Sports Machine. You know he didn't have the same delivery those guys but it was fun. Watch them and he has a big machine they highlight button and and this is back you know before you knew the results of things so it was pretty cool. Hickman Charles they were doing something like that. CNN so they weren't the only ones at that time but certainly they stood out. They just had a great chemistry even if they as they admit they didn't have that big chemistry otherwise they didn't like you know go fishing together or bowling or drinks or whatever they just kind of did their show took. Dan had the fastest exit in history he he was in his car like. I'm saying goodbye to the Florida. Standards just vanished like go to get one of those. You know it was pretty modern. It's time to be able to start your car. Remotely I think he had one of those mix gonna a remote if he might have had the the Brett farve privilege of parking inside the tunnel if you know what I'm saying but back to the question which I have not forgotten yes he got called in a similar similar way but I think part of that too was Stewart. Was You know dropping a hip hop version of it that maybe twelve white bosses didn't get quite in the same way as some of the rest of us and sometimes he would say either line from song or you know anything that conveyed to a certain audience those who got it all right but that's true with any joke or any delivery. That's a little bit inside so I think they were just made sure that he checked the boxes on the the stuff that had to be sad and then he got in his and he he do that thing which he people didn't know what what I do. He got away when he got away with but he was also very very good at the more conventional part so like you know when we interview baseball players sometimes on the talk back back we've butch breast and I have adopted a single. Ask them each if they believe in. UFO's because it's just so stupid and it just lightens the mood that would probably not being the textbook version of probably wanting to conduct post game baseball player interviews right doing things that disarm people kind of uncomfortable uncomfortable and they Kinda giggled. Oh they're working fun all right good. You know instead of tell me what you saw that three to pitch that you drove for a double you know that's Kinda boring. When then would you say at espn you were having the most fun I remember now but my best thing I did and probably the most fun thing doing? It was the Whiter World of sports. Some people don't even know that happened actually but I used to called Main Street. I think that'd be the second best or tie for Fort. Maybe and we had like Aubrey Plaza and Allison Becker Jon Glaser Ben Schwartz. All these people have done like really good. Hollywood things John glazes done some pretty cool stuff uh John's lasers loves gear show for Aficionados and we got to like a situation comedy basically we had writers made these four minute little silly funny things about my life at ESPN and that show for whatever reason they decided they weren't GonNa carry on with it so I went into John Skipper who was the boss time and said Hey. I got a replacement idea because here you're killing our current idea. I said what if we did sort of a remake of the old wide world of sports and we'll just call wider world sort of sports like we modified it somehow we add an are and we got to travel around the world for two years. I went to Switzerland Nicaraguan Brazil New Zealand Ireland South Africa and we just found these crazy sports nobody ever heard of or sometimes they had heard of but didn't know what take it was. That was my original pitches. The show would be called. What is blank. You know what is cricket. What is Love Kashi. What is what is but they like the the other version better so that was insane that we had the greatest time. It's just a small little group up four of US camera audio the Audio Guy also shot camera my producer me and we did the patio and Italy either crazy horse racing around the town square and we took a helicopter at the top of announcing in South Africa Irish road bowling another one of my favorites so just for the totality of the experience. I'd say that was talks but I still love doing live stuff because there's there's no replacing immediately in the danger of being a lot. How close were you to being the host of deal or no deal. I've seen that imprint and if it happened I don't remember it okay. There's maybe I got a phone call. Maybe I didn't I had phone call top gear that was one and that would have been fun who knows top might have been a great franchise for me but the offer was too risky to give what I had going to. Hey I'm GONNA quit. ESPN and in his car show on whatever channel that was. It didn't seem like it was the right move. I was runner up to the spin off of who who wants to be a millionaire Merapi now. Oh Wow I would have been you would have replaced Regis Philbin. You're very close. I was told I was they. They picked her instead of me. Allegedly what the producers I mean they might have told me and I started. Maybe I was really ninth-place but I'll take second place. I was in trainwreck until they cut me but I am on the DVD extras that was pretty fun got to work with appetite in New York. They called like on a Monday. Can you be here. Wednesday and I just gone through a divorce. I said I can do it if you'll fly my daughter with me because I have daughters that we and they said yes and so we shot this crazy and funny scenes and just like they really felt good in the room here like everybody liked what we did. They were like do it again and try this and then they gave me the sad phone call of it was really really funny but it just didn't work you got you. Don't strike me as a dancing with the stars guy but I guess if you just shrug your shoulders and say hey well. It's just sports awards you just saying in that instance well as just dancing how bad it could it be and it was bad kenny. Yeah I do the money That's pretty much it well. I got called by their way through for whatever about this out at a restaurant. I remember when it happened and I was like what is it. I I thought it was a joke like why the hell would they pick me up barely known you know so that audience might GonNa Dance with US star dog advance with Jessica Lang or something what's going on here and they said no no. I think it was that the producer at the time knew of me probably do something. ESPN or ABC related and yeah. I'm not typically a reality show ooh person so. I what I did to make that be okay with me. I called it a contest. It wasn't a reality show. It was more of a contest than I was able to live with myself but subsequent to that Jerry Rice and is then appeared on that show like ten more times. We did these little skits that we pretended like we're breaking down you know like the NFL countdown type show but about the dancing stars you know the the last four or whatever we do these goofy little sportscenter is about them but yeah in general Oh. I'm yeah well. It's the Kardashians are on. I try to go to another room and my wife likes watching the crash. The kids like you know nothing nothing against the credential. It's I don't mean it that way. Just I don't like that show but I wasn't that type shows truly was as I say how close were you to to being a professional football player and was the injury a horrific injury and I wanna talk about some of the stuff that you're doing now for veterans as well and some of the charitable work that you WanNa get to but how close were you to being a professional quarterback and how broken were your dreams when your ankles snap. It's a lot of stuff in there packed in could get emotional I was not going to be Montana probably but you can only measure yourself against you. You know your peers right in any situation and through better than the rookies so like I was that good whatever that means were they even. GonNa key you mean it could be. They just needed more arms for training camp the story behind it as the kid who played ahead of me. I was the only second-string UNLV this kid named.

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"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"In that regard, the chat based pop production is, you know. Plans nicely. The only complaint that I have housi- relies too heavily audit tune on many of the tracks of her songs when you get a chance to hear just her seeing like on sorry or bad love she shines. She's great. Her voice is filled with emotional sincerity and paying good. Use that instead of all of the auto tune Oslo to here. Her do a song to that is a little bit more Ganic with like the production. So the tram base. Production formula is huge right now, and it's everything commercially speaking, and it works and some things and it doesn't others, but nothing's ever gonna be a good. Earthy organic, like live production feel whether that's in hip hop rock and roll, pop soul country blues, jazz, punk funk. I mean, when you can get people playing and it feels free and open. It's good. It moves this is so don't get me wrong. She's, I mean. This album is unique because it's this pop album. This just tragic Romeo and Juliet story. I get why she did it, hey, she calls a hopeless kingdom. So she's, you know what time it is. This is not gonna be a joyful ride, but be a stimulating ride. And I get that from her. Yeah, Romeo and Juliet is like my least favorite Shakespeare story. It's so popular. And I think it's just so over rated. Man that I mean, I get the whole from rival families in your love. But by the time you get to the climax story, I was like really seriously, but no, she did her the theme for that worked here. She blended that will give credit for that. She did, but like I said, there's too much the tune on too many songs hair. She doesn't need it. So sorry and Batalova great example of just singing without all that, and it works. So my favorite tracks on this. Oh, so on a scale of one to ten, I get us out a six and a half. My favorite tracks on his album. Either prologue is closed. That's an interesting trap because on that track, she's talking about how she's with somebody new, but which is she's thinking about her ex that's not healthy. Like I said, the album's problematic, but the song was intriguing because I never heard by seeing about that. So I couldn't stop listening. So it was good. So you so the favorite tracks, like I said, the prologue is closed alone. Sorry, walls could talk bad at love and strangers featuring Lauren. Jack jaregui from saying name, excuse me, if I'm not. So yeah, houses forbidden, excuse me at Haase's hopeless fountain kingdom. So that's the, you You know. know. So I look forward to seeing what she does next. But yeah, my only thing with her, I don't need you. Oughta tune that is need that voice that beautiful soulful. Tragic, emotional. Fearless voice all the above less auditing. Let's tune Dow's might complain on kind yays. Eight. Oh, wait, heartbreak. He didn't need the vocal effect. Just do it without it, but I guess so good people are the planet earth and the known universe. You've been listening to goad state media concepts, music podcast issue, captain Keith. Thank you so much for listening. I appreciate you hope you had no idea to so good to be back to my little break. I'm here and so upcoming..

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"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"Sincere. My kitty teaching ninth grade English. So my, he wrote a thesis on colonialism since and conversation with the marginal system in love with Jesus and y'all still thought a witch couldn't wrap, maybe this your answer and for that good kiddie, since I know brothers only talk about money and good kitty sensor. Artists artists that are liking. You make me censor your stuff. You don't even know. This next song, prayer, song, prayer, prayer, songs, it's one of my favorite cells on the record. Don't wanna talk to you guys about that. So see the production has less more fuel to it with powerful lyrics pack, quite a punch. The song starts off with percussion that sounds spacing trap. Like at the same time, playing off playing off of the rim stare kick drum. The space is slow in bold one note style time. At one point, you can hear the song actually reversing for a few for a few seconds. The jumps change go from snare to symbols. This rhythm along with a single note based to get the song no-name uses sexism metaphor to breakdown America has screwed over the American people through police brutality obesity, heart disease, transportation, racism, login, unnecessary, plastic surgery and materialism. So yeah, as you can see, she's not your average. See, I'm so here's some lyrics from that song. Once again, call prayer song. If you wanted to help me and kiss me and love me later, censor gentrify all my people. There's emptiness on the table. If you want me to put inside the cuss, put the cigarette in my back, keep hospitals overrun run, run, run chicken, little. How are you? Gonna run if craps how am I gonna run off craps and giggles. Politicians overzealous with the provolone Qaboos and instant in incidentals don't crash rental. It's gotten in temple and bible. Don't nobody got no holy. Everybody got an iphone if you want to help me kiss me and censor love me. Good, good, good tonight. Angle would tonight l. a. b. bright but still dark city..

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"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"Always on the go, but the day just be one without your Hollywood. Golden State media concepts that are ten podcast. Take care of that and all inclusive luck pop culture. And we're back once again, you're listening to state media concepts, music podcast, captain. Here's some more lyrics from remedy. All right. Okay. Do you hear what I got to say? Do you hear what I got to say? I'm searching for remedy. All right. Okay. Do you hear what I got to say? Do you hear what I got to say? I'm searching for remedy. I'm searching for remedy. I'm searching for remedy. Talk about it, scream about it, laugh about it with anyone. Talk about it, scream about it, laugh about it with anyone. All right. Okay. Do you hear what I got to say? Do you hear what I got to say? I'm searching for remedy. All right. Okay. Do you hear what I got to say? Do you hear what I got to say? I'm searching for him. Andy. I'm searching for many. I'm searching for remedy. I'm searching for remedy. Talk about it. I'm searching for remedy. Scream about it. I'm searching for remedy. So. Yeah. That's one of my favorite songs in the album actually. So like I say, I was very surprised when I heard it the production. It's the most trip down on the record. There's also instrumental on this album too, so they're six, tomorrow's. They definitely have a way of. It's kind of like. The kind of like. Alternative hop. I would say something like that, but thirty seconds to Mars America. An album with things on inspiration, unity, mental health on death. Struggle for freedom. The craziness of love and war. This record doesn't body American very candidly, honest way. The music has an alternative pop slash, Trat bass, and drums sound to it that I found to be quite clever in its Cunanan. This is a great pop rock album with something to say, on a scale of one to ten, with ten being the best and one being the worst, I get this to eight, definitely my favorite tracks on the mar walk on water. Rescue me monolith love is madness hell to the Victor Donal rise remedy and writer. So those my favorite tracks. Now once you're gonna give eight so thirty seconds to Mars, the new America check them out, and I've seen some of their videos on YouTube and pretty good. I've never seen the live. I'm definitely open a checking them out. And you know, Jared leader might be like. Only Hollywood actor with an Academy Award actually has the rock and roll band that actually serious as separate from us. His acting. I mean, it's when he's doing this. He's Jarrett the singer. Yeah, he acts. But yeah, this is this is I mean you could tell this passion for him and his brother because they started this band together. So you know, this is serious and they've been planning for a while. So I think that's cool. And the name is very cool. So yeah, I'm glad I listened to this work. I like it was the, I was very shocked at how they were able to incorporate Trat base in drums into their rock sound, and it made it. They made it work. It was very surprising. I could dig it. So yeah, it was real cool. So like I said that by the record, there's more than one cover for it. So don't forget that. And there is definitely a video for walk on water and the host of other videos as well. So. Check them out once again, eight out of ten. There's tomorrow's America. Next on the list is. MC that you may not hard, but you will today. Her name is no name and so actually she's she's making some noise now. She's the buzzes growing, which is very cool. I'm gonna read to you about no name. Her new album called room. Twenty five. Let me read you synopsis about who she is actually. So no name releases her highly anticipated. Debut album room. Twenty five eleven track. Album was executive produced by fellow Chicago native Felix, and the spell p. h. e. l. i. x. and sees no name return as a more mature and experienced.

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"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"Said, you'd save me. Love love. And then the pre choruses still has jeered Nause singing together. I knew the moment I looked into your eyes. I have to swallow all your lies. And the more in comes, to course, between the two between the two of them, I never said that I would be your lover and never said that I would be your friend. I never said that I would take no other be your lover never said. Interesting. Second verse, it's once again, it's Halsey injured together. You aren't saying my desire, a dangerous game. Love, love. You are crazy, perfect, liar, simply save me. Love love. And then the pre course once again between Jerry Nause I knew the moment I looked into your eyes. I have to swallow all your lies. I never said that I would be your lover and ever said that I would be your friend never said that I would take no other be your lover never said. Oh, no love is madness. And in the bridge I knew the moment I knew the moment I knew the moment. Love is madness. I knew the moment I looked into your eyes. I knew the moment. I looked into your eyes and knew the moment is love is madness. Oh, whoa. And then some more from Jerry Nause during the course. I never said that I would be your lover. I never said that would be your friend and it was so that I would take no other be your lover. Never said, oh, no, oh, no love is madness. Love is madness. Okay. Well, apparently love is madness. So that's. Interesting. So. It's very, very interesting. That's all. I mean, I don't know though. I mean, I seem to like the description of the song maybe more so than the lyrics which is interesting intriguing. So. And the next song I wanna talk about on this album is called remedy is a song actually some by Jared brothers, Shannon, Lido in a starts off with an acoustic guitar count off, Shannon starts seem with only acoustic guitar. Initially, backing him the song's about a guy who was out there in the street wrestling with his demons. Shannon is worried about this person because he knows his guys and pain, and he wants to help him conquer demons. That's why he's searching for a remedy during the middle part of the course, you can hear a single PR. No. In the background as Shannon sings about searching for many. The song has a less more fuel to it and it works. This is definitely one of my favorite songs in the album. Shannon encourages this guy to speak about what he's going through and that to internalize it. Son that what's cool surprising as upon upon further review the songs actually, Shannon speaking to his brother Jarrett. So. Right. Didn't see that coming. It was a pleasant surprise to hear Shannon, Leo singing for once a not just jerick. I heard the song was Jared close. Oh, wait. Now this is his brother. The drummer, Shannon singing is pretty good. It's very cool, very cool. And here's some of the lyrics from that song, women e. Which is interesting too, because when I think of the name remedy, I think of the black Crowes and that's all that's on a lot too. So I guess have a theme of remedy, apparently rock and roll. It's a female now. So yeah, but here's the lyrics from thirty six from hours with Shannon singing, hey, man. Where'd you go today? Did you find some place to stay far far? Far away, yeah. Hey, man, that you go again on your own again, you're breaking hearts again. Yeah. All right. Okay. Do you hear what I got to say the what? I got to say. I'm searching for many. All right. Okay. Do you hear what I got to say the not to say I'm searching for remedy now. Mind you. So Shannon, the seeing this and there's a Krista time, the background. So strict downs is good. Hey, man, everywhere you roam deem is going to go, but at least you're not alone. Yeah. Hey, man, you're hanging by thread..

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"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"Today on deck, we have for your reviewing pleasure thirty seconds to Mars than new album America. And we have no name. Her albums called room twenty-five. And Hosie with hopeless fountain kingdom. So let's get to it. So we'll start off with thirty seconds to Mars. Let me read. Let me read you guys a brief snippet of who they are. For those of you who don't know. So thirty seconds to Mars started in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight, California as collaboration between brothers, Jared, Lee toe and Shannon Lito who had been playing music together since their childhood. The dual later expanded to a four piece when they add a Qatari Solan Bixler and basis watched her or water. To the lineup, just Nova tars Kevin Drake who first addition for the position that bassist also joined the band toy musician. The band played his first concert on the different under different names before finally settling on the name thirty seconds to Mars, which was taken from a rare manuscript tattle ARGUS. Apocrypha cts gently described the name as a reference, a rough translation from the book. I think the idea is interesting. It's a metaphor for the future. He explained thirty seconds to Mars. The fact that was so close to something that's not a tangible idea also Mars being the God of war, which it is makes it really interesting as well. You could substitute that in there, but what's important for my brother and is that it'd be imaginative and really represent the sound of music and as unique away as possible. He described it as a name that works on several different levels. A phrase that has lyrical suggestive cinematic and filled with immediacy when thirty seconds to Mars. I started Gerald, did not allow his vocation as a Hollywood actor to be used and most of the band, yes, folks gently though as a Hollywood actor, he's an Academy Award winning actor from Dallas buyers club. I believe he also played the joker and suicide squad. He's been around for a while and he's in the newest player NFL player in twenty forty nine. It's called. He's in that as well by nineteen ninety eight. The group of form gigs at small American venues and clubs upon a mistake. You album had been in the works for couple of years with lethal writing. The jury of the songs during this period, the band record a demo tracks such as Hala revolution or Jupiter and hero, which later appeared on the band's debut album is fallen and years zero respectively. But also Buddha for Mary. Their work led to a number of record labels be. Interested in signing their seconds to Mars, which eventually signed to mortal records in ninety nine nine virgin records into the contract ego. So that's a brief background on them. So yes, to new alums caught America and it's got different cover art. It's different colors. The one that I tagged for this took for this review. 'cause y'all covers thirty seconds to Mars vertically to the left, like with the cross on top of it looks like and might be across where sort..

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"thirty second" Discussed on Tech Reports by Larry Magid

Tech Reports by Larry Magid

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on Tech Reports by Larry Magid

"Larry tell us more about these accounts. Well, their account by bad actor if we don't know for sure who the bad actors were. There is speculation that it could be Russia because some of their activity with similar to what they observed with the IRA the internet research agency, which that Russian hacking group that we dealt with in the two thousand sixteen election. But there are some differences, but they certainly suspect Russia could be behind the attempts that what we're seeing essentially is a likely attack against our two thousand eighteen election and like in two thousand sixteen, a lot of it has to do with dividing people. There isn't a single ideology that's being proposed here there's a left leaning information being promulgated and there the right-leaning information being promulgated the purpose not to persuade us to the left or the right, but to get us to fight amongst each other. Larry is the technology improving that will allow Facebook to screen these things out. The answer is definitely yes. But. They make a very big point that technology by the bad guy improving well. So they're much better at hiding their track using VPN and making sure they're paying an American or Canadian dollar and looking at if they're here in the United States. On the other hand, Facebook hardened its defenses. And that's one of the reasons they believe that the bad actors have made their kind of up their game as well learns at Facebook specify about how they I. They identified these sites. I mean, was it? Yeah. Copy that looked really off base was an algorithm. I mean, how did they find him in great detail? They've actually a blog post called, how much can we could company know about who's behind cyber threats? And they go into detail, they work with nonprofit partner of around the world. They look for suspicious activity. They had both Uman and artificial intelligence software at it. So if you're interested, go to the newsroom dot f. dot com, and you can read this very long blog post that goes into.

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"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"Who aren't really open about what's happened to them in their pass but they have reactions there's a lot of fear in a lot of anxiety sometimes reactions just out of nowhere and you reminded me that we need to always hold empathy have impetus for that that experience right because it's it's i don't know is a really hard thing to be on the other end of that if you aren't causing harm to person but they're suddenly fearful year didn't instead of being defensive to have empathy yet i mean you hit the his whole yes i mean empathy if there's something to be said for someone choosing maps be defensive but whose ing instead to care you know to to ask questions about what's going on i dated just a few people since i've been divorced from exhusband some of them couldn't quite understand why i reacted the way i did some of them will vary the fetig about the situation i think it just takes understanding noah takes knowing that you are dealing with someone who was systematically torn down but not only smugly torn down harmed physically you know someone that they loved in someone that they trusted may have tried to kill them more than once you know in what that does to your brain you know to to your actual braids year actual reactions is different than than what might happen if you if you just experienced a break up in there was no danger involved in there is no violence involved in you know you're said about it but you go onto to love again it's completely different for someone with domestic violence everything is changed you don't know who to trust someone that you love her year they were different in the beginning and then they suddenly changed in they said they would stop and they didn't stop so i mean just think of trust there have you rebuild trez you know you have to have a live there be a lot of compassion in so i just wanted to say that because i think you know a lot of times when i'm you know survivor circles or when you know listening to stories about domestic violence or here reading about them we talk about healing we talk about therapy and all those things are necessarily talk about you know compassion in that's also necessary but i think it's really important to know in understand that handling someone that is experienced messing violence with cares essential to maintaining relationship with them if you want to it has to be very intentional acted takes a lot of maturity you know it takes a lot of understanding but i think it's it's something that that's worth it and i hope that more people can do it so powerful thank you so much for joining me love numbers i did too i really did i you know i think talking to you from the day we met i knew that you or someone that i wanted to be friends with i wanted to know i just think you know your spirit in your intelligence in your kindness than just you know the way that you're not afraid to challenge is just something that's inspirational to me in so thank you for having me on current enjoyed it livy is awesome thank you i think you i'm going to stop now thank you so much for.

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"Receive items themselves because i can just throw their in bags stored so like many toiletry items they have to be pretty small because the banks are only about like nine by twelve release mom they have like straps on them in a have appeal bucks on my website beverly couldn't dot com donating his fine to the ella mae foundation has its own pillbox so that's completely separate but mostly i think i'm okay now i have the shipping covered a half items covered i think mostly it's just getting the word out because i don't know that as many people know about the boat their project is could in i think that we could be sending more banks out to more people they just don't know it exists just spreading the word is something that's really important i will spread the word thank you you're the real deal pretty cute so what about legislation are there any bills that are coming down the pike that we should watch out for yes so emission before the domestic matches stalking victims actor twenty seventeen so that's actually only give out the numbers it senate bill one five three nine in house resolution to success in their identical they're just in both and eventually it is you know the bill amending the criminal code state bet the term intimate partner includes a dating partner if in also makes it a crime to sell or dispose of a firearm to someone who's been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of stocking i think that's really important to the second one is the house resolution one nine six three in the fair housing for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors twenty seventeen that was introduced by debbie wasserman there's been no movement in the house since may twenty seventeen on it so anais sure where it stands but that bill amends the fear housing act to prohibit discrimination against survivors of domestic violence in the sale or rental of housing which is really big deal because a lot of times domestic violence can be considered a nuisance in a lot of landlords will deny applications of survivors of victims because they think it's just gonna bring nuisance to the community and they can't do that because victims survivors need somewhere to live in so i think that bill is really important because it's the civically states you can't scriminate on the basis of someone surviving domestic violence or sexual assault and you can't not win to them because they experienced what's the one thing that you want people to know about domestic violence victims question and i hope this answer is in two said but i think it's important to know that domestic violence victim specifically experience lifelong trauma so if you know someone if you're an elation ships with some winer here a friend or family someone who has experienced violence their license forever change and learning how to speak to them you know be around them being community with them being a relationship with them can be really challenging at first but i think it's worth it i think you know we don't talk enough about how trauma rewires the brain you know for for me specifically having experienced missing while having been in that relationship everything is different for me now before i was one person on the different person i don't fight i flight you know i will react to all kinds of situations that my brain will read as dangerous even if it's not dangerous so for me in relationships students the there's emotionally high situation i will withdraw that's just what happens i dry since danger in so it can be really difficult for people you know who date me or people that i just know in general if someone makes a really sudden around me i will flinch because i don't know what that move i don't know what comes after i just don't know i mean i think it's important to remember that about people who've experienced mystic violence their lives have been forever changed that they've experienced trauma of very violent situation that is unlike really any other situations so we should as people who loved them as people care about them really handle them with care in really let them lead the way in in intensity in speed of whatever relationship dynamic we have whether it's romantic whether it's friendship with her family and i think that's really important to know i just wanted to say that actually reminded me when you said on the panel i'd forgotten that you said that and you know i have people in my life you know.

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"So tell me about your that project what's your both bag project yes so one of the ways that play into my scape from nightmare age was by creating in escape bag than it was really it was really hard too because what i would do is he would give me grocery money every week we have one car in so most of the time he was the car to work but wait he hit a grocery shopping so in grow shopping needs to be done to it he would give me the money keep the car it's our shopping so when i decided that i was gonna try to get out i would just say like one hundred dollars i will take ten dollars from the grocery money and just kinda stash it away or i will go to the mini toiletry idol you know that you travel thing one of the travel the one with the little things of little things i'll you know by some of those and so what i started to do was straight a bag with toiletry items you know dod toothpaste toothbrush just whatever i would need if for any reason i had to run in i wanted to have some sort of you know dignity the next day i think that's really important comes to survive is just having dignity being able to take a shower wash it brush your teeth have theater participate you know in society that's really important and i want to be able to do that in so a just created this bag i put a few articles of clothing in there may copies of driver's license and things like that that in their keys just put him in there so basically was just miss scape bag in that is what i took with me when i when i left it went to domestic violence shelter in so the few years ago right after why state happened i was just kind of thinking about some way that i could contribute something more than just my story contribute something that would directly affect the lives of people who were part of my community now people online people i didn't know yet and so i decided to create the bulk bag in so bolt bill lt just is you know bolts eating run out of the door when you run out of his situation in all it is is the bag filled with twenty three items and you know sometimes there's cars in the air but like baby wipes if you let me know you have a baby sanitizer two first place urine things like that and so i created that and i send them out to whoever wants them so victim of violence i think last year i sent probably about three hundred out the year before two hundred to fifteen the first year bless which increased year by year but sent them out to whoever needs them i don't ask questions not asking questions really important to me a lot of things seek services you have to give a lot of identifying information by law really because a lot of people receive funding from different sources especially federal funding in their certain things that you have to you know no input on paper so you can do reporting i didn't want any of that and don't want anyone to tell me their name or who they are or the last for their social data birth mor their phone number anything i just want you to ask for something in in weaken it's you in the yugo and we never have to know who we were and don't have to know you we don't have to talk about it the next day in so the boulder project was designed for that was designed for inimitably was designed as like a quick stop gap it was it's it's crisis intervention in so that's what i.

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"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"Talk about them protecting us right like they you know they take on this role of being maternal like oprah and hyping this but like when the tables return we need protection everybody scatters like what are you we need you attack this i mean i i'm also twitter for a little while because of incident but i before i left i saw someone tweet about the fact that so little pin who is rapper if thirty such about the knowledge but look rapper in she's a lot of cosmetic surgery just to the point where she does not even look like the person she was well i saw a tweet that was explaining that she said that the reason why she's had so many of them is because a lot of them were reconstructive because she's been in several abusive relationships and she's had her nose broken she's had her face plitt in just several different things have happened as a result of being abused in so she's had all these surgeries in someone said really pointedly that a lot of were so focused on making jokes about appearance that we didn't hear her say help me you know that we didn't even hear say i'm being abused in the reason it's happening is because my face would open you know in that someone you know that's the one who needed help it indicates how many people knew because it's not like look him was you know living in a bubble you know people new people could see that she was getting her nose broken by our partners they knew that she was getting hurt by them in emmett was no mass moving to protect her like there has been to protect our kelly as the perpetrator no you're you know i didn't even i this is new to me i did not know that you're right i didn't know either i didn't know i mean that's the point like we should've known because someone should have been loud about protecting our you know it shouldn't just be you know week ago that i found out that will can it in all these relationships have all this reconstructive surgery because of who dropped the ball there who didn't let us know that we should be advocating for who wasn't loud about protecting her when we're allowed about wish the latte about presenting you know we're not about chris brown still ten years later talking about protecting chris brown in we didn't even hear that we should be protecting look him by kabua in yeah you know there's so much there because i wanted to talk about and this is not specifically vote by when when you said we're so focused on making fun of her do you remember when millennia disappeared if you weeks ago yes period end so they're all of these tweets about whereas melania he other kind of making it into a joke right whenever anyone would confront someone who would joke about whereas millennia they would say over really concerned because you know trump has a history of abuse which is which is true but you know i mean or they really concerned i mean i really doubt anyone who who said that doesn't matter who you are celebrity or not if you're conservative or you're not in a women who were potentially in abusive relationships they all kind of deserve the space the space that your hashtag has given women i know i was just so angry over these repeated tweets about is malaysia wears me she just had kidney surgery you know she's probably i would that's what she said she said that she focus you know i don't know if that's true or not people were alluding to the fact that he might have hit her or you know there might have been domestic abuse there for the fact is that people were not kind right yeah and even she deserves the space it'd be wherever she needs to be deal with this there you know yeah i mean we felt it because who knows what's happening in our marriage those happening in our home who knows who knows i mean if trump can be emotionally to entire nation surely beats his wife now be what he is he get fighter use abusive use literally for trapping children you know and he is responsible for so many terrible things i think you're absolutely right i mean we do have to give her that space it's frightening i mean it wouldn't when i think about him as president when i think about his policies when i think about his tweets letting his borders by existence when about the fact that he.

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"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"They weren't leaving to her they didn't believe that she was experiencing the level of pain that she has experienced and now we know that the research recent news reports that black women the medical professionals don't necessarily believe that we have the level of pain the same level pain is white now but for some reason our blackness makes us less susceptible to to high lifts of pain that why why why why would we even have to research that why would you just see a human being in front of you suffering and understand that they have a level of that's unbearable you need to treat that so even with three in williams she say she had to save her own life she had to sell them no i m in pain the what's going on help me you eat that is happening for white women they're they are believed they are considered fragile lynn in lifted up in when it comes to black women's like they're strong in in the strength just season through history and it's like no we heard we have pain in we need you to help us so i think i think i think that the conversation has center around that i think it has to send around how lean you black women and how women of color how we view their stories in pain in whether or not we see it as valid i'm in whether or not we seen as worthy of our attention in hasn't been so har while i i had blood clots i i actually have played cards last year oh my doctor did not detect it in i was sent home and i i actually had to i just woke them the amina actually had to save myself i joked myself to the emergency room because i i think the missing something right and so i did that anyway that's a long other story talk about over drinks averaging sometimes sorry i thinking that you know i love my doctor like since really really nice and i was just thinking that maybe even subconsciously like subconsciously she sent me home because you know by women are strong you know what i mean you know like maybe i did it to marital thinking own you know there's nothing wrong with me anyway so the weather i mean i feel like you want to say we'll they say there's nothing wrong there's something wrong with me but then you know even with you which i think is brilliant your intuition told you something's wrong and i'm going to drive myself bag you know but why do we have to always save ourselves exhausting it is and help us here something a little nuance rate blackness insularity right 'cause i talked about kris around in our kellyanne gnaws ray rice all of them they're celebrities right and i tweeted something of few weeks ago about you know the joy of people felt over may markel's wedding people will celebrate other black people roses celebrate other black when we very protective especially her but men when they have celebrity i wonder you know how that plays in also protecting black males who are celebrities are abusive right i mean i don't know that's just kind of in new ones thing that that we do right i think there's a layer of protection that we have for i don't know so everybody says that what you get i think you're right on i think you're absolutely right i think you know in our community especially by comedian we are told by mothers by fathers by our leaders that we need to lift up these successful men because so many of never make it you know or so many of them are pressed in other ways so that when when one of makes it out when their success that we can't tear down even with bill cosby terrible cosby down you got to hand behind arc helene in whoever you know any fall because you know experienced sides oppression info many ways for the entirety var existence year.

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"That is when they say we'll men men experience violence just as much as women in that's absolutely not true i mean does not even close i forbid certificates don't bear that out sure i mean yes it's one in three women wanted six minutes no one in their right mind is saying that men don't experience what we're saying is that women experience violence at higher rates women are the ones that are more vulnerable to domestic violence the it's the partner ballots in his women who are experiencing these things at rates said call for something like the violence against women women it says women even if emanate and so i think that's one of the frustrating things when i hear that a lot from men specifically just want in there's no better way to say it but they just wanted three games upper hey you know they just want control of the situation it's what we experiencing it to yes we know obviously obviously you too in uncertainty that she do if you have but let's focus on the fact that we're talking about here now is women because that is the community that's most at risk in not to even break down you prefer incident women of color native american women aboriginal black lipid snappy dimic and i think the beautiful thing about the moment that we're in now as i think that people are paying more attention to the fact that allowed this happens quietly lana habits in silence i don't think the premise failing notion of has changed even jeff sessions at something like the private issue is a private matter i think that's still out there but i think more and more social media picks up this we have more conversations about it that we're going to start realizing that it's much more than a printed matter in fact it's a community issue in fact it's not a private matters factors someone is being abused in your neighborhood that's community matter might think we're starting to look at it like that more side really hopeful so what is the talk about women of color in this because one of the things that's been coming up now with intersection ality in the women's movement is you know women of color being kind of left out of the conversation it is and you know that just brings to mind chris brown right on our kellyanne size if i guess it's you know celebrity i know celebrity in in women of color and just i don't know where i'm going with that but yeah abso in what ways do you think the conversation could be different so that it's more inclusive to women of color yeah i mean i think i think it really all boils down to race in a mirror i think that we not we i shouldn't say what you but i think that america's still values women of color less of course i think that it's fair to say that too i think that it's fair to say that whiteness is still the prevailing concern i think even when it comes to me to the fact that it was wealthy celebrity white women that hashtag did even though it was a black woman who had been working in the movement for a decade into that to make popular i think that says something as well so i think that if we're going to if we're going to look at moving forward and having a larger conversation about women of color domestic violence black women specifically domestic violence the have to also have a conversation about why these stories aren't as important why missing black girls are less important than missing white girls in a why we just don't talk about the native american community at all all here rates of domestic violence are unbelievable i mean it's own interests down ding the violence that they've in the sexual violence at their facing the fact that.

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"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"thirty second" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"Ooh look good i'm around here looking so happy works out because there is cutting though going back while you could go it grows so fast i had a dusting of here today or later in vivid by week it was a full head it in a my you know what i did not go ball to have air in the league this is expensive saves so much money by not having the air now have ghost the barber once a week and i'm just like this slide what i play your lives but it's it's ninety eight today in dc i think so i appreciate you know i've never i've never heard the phrase dusting of hairs like slight snow snow snow hair it's not just in gentle testing a here maps four hair but you can see their sprout it was transferred up and i was like really today's come on i'm thinking like their ball people will go there ball for like weeks amid maybe once a month they get it but thanks here enough to say when i was talking to you at the conference i did not it's a minute to realize what was happening to after while you're on the panel and you re telling her story about the why i stayed hashtag it was kind of blown away because you were so approachable into warren who's like oh she did that she had the white eight hash shy so can you talk a bit about the hashtag it started after the footage of ray rice punching his fiancee at the time so what was it about that incense of domestic abuse that moved you so much oh several things about was twenty fourteen the summer early fall between fourteen in at that time i had lifts my own abusive marriage it been about four years so when i left my marriage i left incomplete silence like i did not tell anyone other than lino the necessary parties my parents mr mcgregor everyone knew i got divorced but no one knew why you know it wasn't something that i i was public advocate for in any way i didn't talk about it i delayed a donating two different domestic bonds organizations in you know would posts anonymous blog posts seems like those back the end of the blogging days kind of but post does in in that was it like i didn't feel comfortable talking about it i didn't feel comfortable on expressing anything about it it just happened it was over outside of it so i remember that day that the story was released by tmz in along with the story there is a video and the video was of him punching his fiancee in an elevator in the dragging her out of the elevator in so teams released the video it was much different time on twitter it was kinda in between icon on twitter in twenty like right after i left my accent spent in it was all just kinda funny jokes they're no no one really knew each other all talking into the void in them but twenty fourteen it was still sort the same but i think more people were coming over to twitter from facebook or wherever they were before in it was there was a larger audience there there were more people there than there were four i wouldn't say that i had a large following a maybe a few hundred people out not even in the realm of you know what some activists have today in so i was just there talking talking about coffee probably nothing nothing important it's morning coffee the video comes out in within minutes all almost immediately within minutes people were asking why would she stay with him it took no time for the.

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