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Fresh update on "tori" discussed on Post Show Recaps
"By the way so i was a little confused about the logic air because moulder Oh roche used to have like sort of a burning apartment and alice avenue goes yes because of the mad hatter. He was inspired by allison wonderland kidnap young girls. Yeah i think he fixated on young girls. Yeah i don't think he's inspired by though that's too. I think that he fixated on young girls and that the idea of alice in wonderland alice specifically from alice in wonderland is like an nice to him like he likes it. Because it's a girl yes so much. So that like he's. He's he's probably fixated on a lot of other things property of his fetishes. Exactly like i think. I'm not sure that we can really get in the know of what a pervert cereal to personal tonight. But yet your point essentially were the final scheme ends up being like a decrepit bus depot next to wear rhodesians exactly and so i guess they were just sitting there. 'cause they said that roche was coming for them was rochas sitting there waiting for me. I think he was just running away at that point and so he is waiting and he basically motor finds him because he sees something moving on the On the bias essentially pulls an alternate in here right. He says hey. If you kill me your mind. Anything about samantha. But why isley mother decides to kill him. It's at this. Point is a little bit of a bummer. That they don't find that whilst body because they do feel like that's kind of sad for whoever but it's definitely not worth. i personally. Don't think this had anything to do. With samantha no no. I'm not saying that. I'm just saying that. The victim and their families won't have closure. But i also think the daddy made an argument before i don't know yes. A motor shoots him and It's rough and there's a the final scene is is them. Just sort of mulling over everything. scully a foam or scully tells mulder like hey. Why don't you go get some sleep. And he literally laughed in her face. Yeah because he keeps having all these dreams where like samantha. It's abducted also like. Hey i'm fox motor the guy that typically stays up for like forty eight hours straight. Yeah episodes of the x. files it's true i mean he literally has no bed in his apartment and we spoke about before but we get this very haunting song. Playing moulder looks over. That final cloth heart. Why is this called paper hearts instead of cloth hearts paper term. I think it is paper. No but i do think that the term paper hearts Now i'm looking it up and i miss spelt. Paper hearts is a song by tori kelly. Okay well that's very much goes after the x. Files like you make paper. You know an arts and crafts for valentine's day more of a stain than fabric cards fabric hearts would be a weird episode. The cover song of the tori. Kelly song paper her. Wow this really must be like a big hit. Then sloan mean what paper hearts mean when you're searching and hoping for love the right person isn't always the first one.
Tori Spelling wishes she slept with Ryan Seacrest in 2000
"Tori spelling. Says she regrets not sleeping with ryan seacrest when she had the chance okay. That's a headline coming this morning. Tori was playing version of. Never have i ever unease over. Served lisa vanderpump very naughty confession. Okay charlie next question. Which celebrity should you have set with that. You didn't ryan seacrest. Those when i started and like i i didn't know i was on. It was like oh whatever. I would have been dealing kardashian right
Naomi Shihab Nye Shares Why Kindness Is The Deepest Thing Inside You
"Naomi. shehab nice. Childhood unfolded between ferguson missouri. Near where her mother grew up and her father's palestinian homeland. Our conversation in two thousand sixteen spoke to so much that he's even more alive in the world. Now i always start my interviews by inquiring about the religious or spiritual background of someone's tighted and i just wonder where you'd start reflecting on what that was in your life all. I felt very lucky as a child to have open minded parents. And i knew they were open minded because they were unlike any other parents. I met my friends parents I also knew that they didn't practice the religions of their upbringings. Either one of them so this fascinated me as even a little child. And i would ask a lot of questions. There was no sense of a taboo subject on. My father had not really had a difficult time telling his family that he didn't want to practice islam. He said i will respect it. But i don't want to practice it and they had accepted that my mother's family on the other hand had been more hard hearted about her rejection of their german lutheran missouri. Synod background but this was something. Both of my parents. Talk about with each other and with their children. You know that people are raised in all kinds of different ways. And if it doesn't feel a meaningful to you maybe you have to search more. You have to keep searching. And i was a religion major in college. Of course you work. Because of my appetite for this topic and i was fascinated to study more about zen buddhism which appealed to me very much from the beginning and it seems like hugh became a writer at a very young inch. You're like seven six. I was six. When i started writing my own poems and seven when i started sending them out and And just today Some students i was talking to a skype class in kuwait. How much. I love the modern world that we can do these things. I was with these students for two hours. And i feel like i'm going to think about them for the rest of my life but one young man asked me. How were you brave enough to do that. What gave you the confidence. he said. i've been trying to run a publication here at our university campus. And i can't get my friends to give me their writing. They're not brave enough. What gave you confidence. And i think just having you know that sense of voice while other people have done it. That's what we do if you know words if you compose wanna share them. Because they'll have a bigger life if you do that so you know. I certainly wasn't thinking about a career. Just thought of myself as having a practice you know if you have a practice of writing then you have a lot of pieces of paper on your desk and you can share the if you chose to. And it seemed more exciting or illuminating. Share them and see what happened next than just keep for myself. So i'm very interested in general in this question of you know what poetry works in us but i think even that question itself hasn't holds the implication that poetry is something separate something distinct but it seems that in your sensibility. You see it. As very organic i mean there's i think it was in in some of your writing for poems by children. He said i do think that all of us think in poems i do i do think that and i think that is very important enough feeling separate from text feeling sort of your thoughts as text or the world as it passes through you as a kind of text the story that you would be telling to yourself about the street even as you walk down or as you drive down as you look out the window the story you would be telling a. It always seemed very much to me as a child that i was living in a poem. The my life was the poem. In fact at this late date i have started putting that on the board of any room. I walk into. That has a board Came back from japan a month ago and every classroom. I would just write on the board. You are living in a poem. And then i would write other things just relating to whatever. We were doing that class. But i found the students very intrigued by discussing that you know. What do you mean. we're living in a poem or win all the time or just when someone talks about poetry and i'd say no when you think when you're in a very quiet place when you're remembering when you're savoring an image when you're allowing your mind calmly to leap from one thought to another. That's a poem. That's what a poem does and they liked that and grow in. Fact wrote me a note In yokohama on the day that i was leaving her school that has come to be like the most significant note. Any student has written me in years. She said well here. In japan we have a concept called you todi and it is spaciousness. It's a kind of living with spaciousness for example like it's leaving early enough to get somewhere so you know you're going to arrive early so when you get there you have time to look around. Or whether she gave all these different definitions of what you tori was to her but one of them was an after you read a poem just knowing you can hold it you could be in that space of the poem and it can hold you in its space and you don't have to explain it you don't have to paraphrase it. You just hold it and it allows you to see differently. And i just love that i mean. I think that's what i've been trying to say all these years.
Biden pledges billions to help poor countries get COVID vaccines
"Today, President Biden will travel to Michigan to Tori Fizer facility that manufactures vaccines. The Sporting Hill announced. The U. S. Is going to pledge $4 billion to a fund that will help poor countries get access to the
Retail sales better than expected in January
"Here to discuss. The latest figures is wall street journal. Reporter harriet tori. She covers the federal reserve and us economy farm. Our washington dc bureau. Harry thanks so for joining us. Hi so retail spending is op. And i'm wondering what people are buying. Well the re buying things across the board. I mean this month was amazing. These strong we saw a five point. Three percent. Seasonally-adjusted increase From a month earlier in every category did well which is unusual in retail sales. But there are. Some country agrees the did kind of well that was Furniture electronics we saw big increase in a lot of categories that related to the home. This is a trend that we've seen during the coronavirus. Pandemic is that people who are working from home and studying from home and just spending more time at home generally a spending a lot of money on making their home spaces better improving them. Buying things like new. Tv's new workout equipment renovating different rooms and things like that. So we definitely saw that reflected in the january retail sales report. What did you think when you saw the figure of five point three percent. I was really surprised because the economists expectations were for an increase of two percent. And of course this is coming off a pretty bad holiday season. We saw declines in retail sales in october november and december which is really unusual. Because that's normally a time. When people are out shopping and spending on halloween and thanksgiving and christmas and so on but clearly. You know economists saying what we're seeing here is the impact of six hundred dollars. Stimulus checks that. Many households received another january because this appears to be related to the stimulus payments. I want to ask you about the purpose of the stimulus. Is it meant to help. Businesses or individuals. Are both economists. Are saying that this is definitely a sign that this to municipalities to be working one concern that people had about the first round of stimulus. Checks came through in march. Two thousand twenty was that a very large share of them were saved. They went straight into savings accounts. A man appeared to be because there was just a lot of uncertainty. The unemployment rate was extremely high. People were very very cautious so they want us to take that money and put it in their bank accounts they would have just in case things got even was also a relatively large serve is used to pay down debt but we'll miss seeing now appears to be more people actually spending the money this could be reflection of the fact that vaccines beginning to roll out so people feeling might. Maybe there's light at the end of the tunnel. Also the improvement in the labor market. It seems like people who have just a bit more comfortable now as she taking that money once it hits that bank account and going and spending it on things that they need. Can you put these new sales numbers in context for us. We often see them. Revised offer down after the fact the month to month data can be volatile definitely and it is subject to larger visions and we were a revision of the december number as well but over will the signal that this report sentences. That january was a really surprisingly strong month for retail spending and it just shows the american consumers Very much in the driving seat of potential growth in the first
"tori" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
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"tori" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"Won the state in november. And you know. I think georgia being the state that really secured democrats having a senate majority is a really really special thing i think is going to be a highlight for me. At least i reflect on our work in the twentieth election. Absolutely we had our our senate picks and and certain seats seemed like they were going to be more promising than others. And i don't think really anyone saw these being the two seats that were going to win the majority in the senate for us but i a hundred percent agree with you. Amen sister about the blueprint that stacey. Abrams has laid out for us about how we should be organizing across the country you also saw in arizona that we flipped to a state that was led by in latin necks and native american organizers and has been working building their power there for multiple election cycles and we flipped that state to. It's exciting to me. Because i love the notion of investing in high potential voters the ones that campaigns usually leave behind when they're building out their universes and and focused so much on swing voters or or whatever they're they're likely supporters so. I hope that we can we can do that. I think. Swing left is is well-positioned because of the way that we organized communities we organize people to build up their own groups in their own communities. I think we're well positioned to do that year round Since you've been swing left there's been a lot of changes in how we organize and most of us has been brought on by the coronavirus. Obviously it's made the work that we've done even more remarkable considering what we had to overcome to reach out to voters. What lessons that you've learned. Obviously you just talked about some of them in the blueprint stacey. Abrams put out what lessons. You've learned since you're going gonna swing left that you want to apply to the organization and how we organize moving forward. Yeah that's a great question you know. I think that it's really hard to talk about. The lessons of twenty twenty particularly from a program in an organizing standpoint without acknowledging the pivots that or militia swing laughed and others had to make because virus and i think that the pandemic has really changed the way that we're going to campaign forever you know. We were really forced to be nimble and adapt to a lot of these virtual organizing tactics out of necessity. But i think what we also found is. There's been a lot of creativity a lot of innovation in terms of how we can reach people how we can organize people. The value of meeting people where they are and adapting You know our user experience in terms of how we think about recruiting volunteer and bringing them into the organization ensuring that they have a folly experience at an impactful action available to them in the same way from a donation. Stand way you know. How do we bring in more people give them a good quality user experience really break down near the strategy of what we're trying to accomplish and what our electoral objectives are to really help people see how they fit into that strategy in how impactful there couple of hours volunteer time can be or that. Monthly donation can be a and so i think one of the biggest lessons the i'm taking away moving into twenty twenty one is we have to innovate in. We have to keep thinking creatively about how we meet people where they are. How are we taking the best practices of what we learned this year with that hit. Its virtual organizing. And how do we apply those moving or you know. Eventually we will be able to resume in person activities and hopefully come back to you know what looks a little bit more like a normal life once you know. The vaccine is distributed and This pandemic is over..
"tori" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"I spent a lot of time last night. just really being angry about donald trump. The republican party how they have incited the violence dishes acts and again like i said you know not just fanning the flames but really set in house on fire and we saw a number of republicans. Slowly start to speak out last night when things were escalating and condemning violence and you know telling protesters to be peaceful and you know a lot of this language. That is incredibly hollow right yet. No credit for telling us. The house is on fire when you set the house on fire right i. You're not a hero. You're not courageous. You are a coward. I heard someone say that they That they're arsonist trying to make us believe that they're the firemen. Exactly it's not national gas lighting that the this republican party is so skilled at and so i been struggling with those emotions but also you know holding onto the joy of what happened in georgia I think that part of the republican is the psychological islands of snatching away. What should be joyful important watching moments. Not only for our party progressive movement but for the whole country. There is so much work that went into the success that we saw in georgia. And so while i am angered by what happened. Yesterday i refuse to lose sight of the progress that we not only made in georgia and all the incredible work that organizers in georgia and across the country put that effort but also the success that we had in november. Joe biden here are going to be president and vice president of the united states. We have a house majority. We have a senate majority and nothing is going to take that away from mass. Not even you know these militias that are descending upon our capital and our treasonous presidents our democracy is still going to prevail and so i am choosing to be angry but also sit with the fact that we won and nobody can take that away from us. You know. it's such an important point that that you're saying and steven. I talking about this earlier. That you know reverend warnock got a few hours for us to celebrate and have this like platform where he got to talk about. What's to come and jon ossoff hasn't really had that opportunity because his win was announced in the midst of the chaos at the capital. But it's really important for us to recognize those wins and the people who helped get them there because it was really this national effort to get these two senate seats so can you talk about how swing left contributed to supporting the georgia organizations. That that made this happen. And the the organizers there. Yeah absolutely you know what we saw in doors that not only in november. This past tuesday was really a culmination of years and years of work and mainly from folks on the ground in georgia Folks browns organizations like new georgia project firefight on the georgia democratic party congressman. Kimo williams late congressman. John lewis. You know there are so many people who have a piece of that success on tuesday and you know i think it really started with the bold vision that folk leaders like stacey. Abrams had for georgia years ago. And really planted this multi cycle strategy really century people of color and engaging more people in the democratic process in georgia beginning the electorate engaging people to be habitual voters really empowering the people on the ground in georgia to participate in our democracy at levels that we have we haven't seen in previous elections in georgia and that vision and that excitement that really.
"tori" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"I also want to say you know. I should not elaine chao. This secretary of transportation is mitch. Mcconnell's i didn't mean to refer to hers just mitch mcconnell's should have referred to her as the self dealing Transportation secretary from kentucky who brought projects to enrich yourself as part of her duties as the transportation secretary. They don't feel sorry for her or anything like that. I just want you know. Caller caller out by name all all these folks deserve to be called out by name she has. She has terrible nefarious accomplishments. All on her own other than just being mitch. Mcconnell's wife you're right sal. Thank you for letting me correct the record. I wonder what dr evils wife does. I wonder if she has her own. Evil career as well I'm excited for people to hear to retailers interview because she has an important reminder for us that we need to celebrate some things as well absolutely and top. That is georgia. I just wanna say and we talked about this story but Obviously the work that we did in georgia and the great victories from reverend warnock. Now senator warnock. And jon ossoff now senator ossoff or not. There's not sworn in yet. But you know what i mean. They've been overshot senator. Lx dave is it. Senators elect or senator lex. We could go on and on cheers. Senators elect sort of like secretaries of state They're great victories. Have been overshadowed by this and We don't want your great work to be overshadowed. Because i know how many people really dedicated themselves to making this election happen and we did it in such an amazing way. The organizations in asia led by stacey abrams fair. Fight new georgia project with and say who fought and mahinda. Who knocked on every latino x dot in the state of georgia an incredible amount of organizing from these local groups on the ground and then swing laughed and other groups coming in not to try to do something on our own duplicate efforts. But just to support the incredible organizing. And it's been going on in georgia for years and years and years. That's how we really build our power. That's how we win and we. We did it in georgia and it's really exciting. So thank you to everyone who made a phone call everyone who sent a text. Who wrote letters both for the general election. The presidential and for the special election You really made a difference. In saved our democracy we had the trifecta we can pass the legislation and make some real meaningful change now. Because of the work that you did absolutely you know. I naively thought that somehow like midnight on december thirty first everything would change twenty one. We would like hit a reset button and lake. Okay now. we're all gonna get together. We're going to figure out a way to unite as a country and move forward and instead were just like at december thirty nine at this point. Twenty twenty as tuesday nights vote vote tallies were coming in. I tweeted a really Pity tweet saying that If we actually get a call on both races tonight. And i get to watch the bachelor twenty. Twenty one is really delivering. But i have. I have yet to watch the bachelor still on my dvr because some other stuff game up it was good. Did you see it. Of course the first black bachelor. Of course i'm gonna watch that. I hear he's a republican. I don't know if they changes anything but listen. I'm used to incremental ism. I'd take what. I.
Boston removes controversial Lincoln statue
"In boston. A statue depicting a formerly enslaved men kneeling before president. Lincoln has been removed after the boston. Art commission voted unanimously. To take it down during the summer at the height of the anti-racist nationwide uprising the vote came after a campaign spearheaded by boston. Artist tori bullock. Who responded tuesday to the removal. This is a great day for the city of boston. In case you didn't know this has been up for one hundred and forty one years for boston to be the first place to come up with any kind of legitimate process to decommission these controversial statues in a respectful manner. It warms my heart and makes me proud is a proud day for me and for my city
Second stimulus check: Will you get $2,000, $600 or nothing?
"Will he or won't he? President Trump is signaling and potential veto of a massive coronavirus relief package. With many Americans hoping for relief as delicate. Terra is following it for ABC News and spoke with Como's Bill O'Neill. And as this is not a simple as it appears. On the surface, it seems many Democrats are lining up with the president's calls for bigger relief checks for Americans. That's right. So we saw a House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, shortly after President Trump put out that Twitter video in which he signaled he would not be signing the deal and beat Express dissatisfaction with the deal specifically when it comes to the stimulus checks. He's like those stimulus checks to be increased from the current $600 to $2000 shortly after that. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is really a statement saying that she and Democrats were on board with that, she said, Let's do it. Democrats all along has been pushing to spend more money here for initial figure that kid Put forward was at $1.3 Trillion proposal. It was Republicans that have been opposed to spending even more money. So it is. It is holding this whole kind of twists. You know, there's this new development of President Trump signaling he won't On this deal really is, I think, Put Republicans in a tricky spot. And weirdly you do have Democrats now align themselves with President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is putting forward A not an amendment. They can't actually amend this deal because it has already passed both chambers but the House and Senate so she's putting forward a standalone bill that would need unanimous consent. You could be introducing that on the House floor on Thursday would need to unanimously passed. The House unanimously passed the Senate that Seems unlikely to happen. But Democrats do support, sending out more money, and it's going to put Republicans in a tricky spot. It's gonna put this deal would have to pass Thehyperfix again unanimously so anyone Republican could come forward and and opposed the bill and essentially suit down the bill. Even if the bill were to pass the House. That same thing would have to happen in the Senate, so all senators would have to be on board and Republican senators have repeatedly expressed You know, concerned with stunning out large checks of Republicans find themselves in a situation where they're going to have to publicly break with the president. Is there any sense this new alliance with the president and the Democrats could help withstand of veto override effort? Yes, it was interesting. Actually, The bill was passed with a veto proof majority in both chambers, both the House and the Senate. So even if the president does veto the bill, the bill could still pass. The real concern here is that the regular have where things stand is that the Senate hasn't actually said the president, the bill, they're still going through kind of technicalities there. Once the Senate wants the president gets the bill. He could then decide to veto it again. He hasn't outright said that he would veto it. But he certainly indicating that that's a possibility that the president vetoes the bill. He then has to send it back Torus, and that's when Congress would override his veto, and that's the whole process. In another self, But the president could kind of hang on to the bill. And that's where the concern is that one he could hang onto the bill. But also to that he might just think this is a whole process might just take too long. And remember, this bill is part of the funding bills. So the code 19 bill is part of a larger funding bill that so called omnibus deal that has until the 28th of this number to pass if they're not able to pass that Well by then, then the government will set down. But the concern is that this could ultimately worst case scenario cake off the government shut
Second stimulus check: Will you get $2,000, $600 or nothing?
"Willie or won't he? President Trump is signaling a potential veto of a massive coronavirus relief package, with many Americans hoping for relief. Nina's Day. Look, court quit. Terra is following it for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Bill O'Neill. It is this is not a simple as it appears. On the surface, it seems many Democrats are lining up with the president's calls for bigger relief checks for Americans. That's right. So we saw a House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, shortly after President Trump put out that Twitter video in which he signaled he would not be signing the deal and beat Expressed dissatisfaction with the deal specifically when it comes to the stimulus checks. He's like those stimulus checks to be increased from the current $600 to $2000. Shortly after that. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did release a statement saying that she and Democrats were on board with that, she said, Let's do it. Democrats all along has been pushing to spend more money here. Her initial figure that she did Put forward was at $1.3 Trillion proposal. It was Republicans that have been opposed to spending even more money. So it is. It is whole thing. This whole kind of twist. You know this new development of President Trump signaling he won't On this deal really is, I think, Put Republicans in a tricky spot. And weirdly you do have Democrats now align themselves with President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is putting forward A not an amendment. They can't actually amend this deal because it has already passed both chambers but the House and Senate so she's putting forward a standalone bill that would need unanimous consent. You could be introducing that on the House floor on Thursday would need to unanimously passed. The House unanimously passed the Senate that Seems unlikely to happen. But Democrats do support sending out more money and it's going to put Republicans in a tricky spot is going to put this deal would have to pass Thehyperfix again unanimously so anyone Republican could come forward and and opposed the bill and essentially to doubt the bill. Even if the bill were to pass the House. That same thing would have to happen in the Senate, so all senators would have to be on board and Republican senators have repeatedly expressed You know, concerned with something out large checks of Republicans find themselves in a situation where they're going to have to publicly break with the president. Is there any sense of this new alliance with the president and the Democrats could help withstand a veto override effort. Yes, it was interesting. Actually, The bill was passed with a veto proof majority in both chambers, both the House and the Senate. So even if the president does veto the bill, the bill could still pass. The real concern here is that the right now and have where things stand is that the Senate hasn't actually said the president, the bill, they're still going through kind of technicalities there. Once the Senate wants the president gets the bill. He could then decide to veto it again. He hasn't outright said that he would veto it. But he certainly indicating that that's a possibility that the president vetoes the bill. He then has to send it back Torus, and that's one Congress would override his veto, and that's the whole process. In another self, But the president could kind of hang on to the bill. And that's where the concern is that one he could hang onto the bill. But also to that he might just think this is a whole process might just take too long. And remember, this bill is part of the funding bills. So the code 19 bill is part of a larger funding bill that so called omnibus deal that has until the 28th of December to pass if they're not able to pass that. Well by then, then the government will shut down. But the concern is that this could ultimately worst case scenario. Kick off the government. Shut down A bee season is delicate terror with us on that come on his line, and that's coming was Bill O'Neill.
What Is the Immigrant Paradox?
"For over a century. America has been described as a melting pot in which immigrants from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds slowly simmered together melding into an all americans do but is that really the way it works or even how it should work is total assimilation. The only way to be an american and is it healthy for individuals to abandon their cultural heritage in whole or in part an order to adopt the customs of their new home. We spoke with sess schwartz a professor of public health sciences at the university of miami. Who that it's time to shelve the melting pot metaphor schwartz studies acculturation which is the process by which a person's cultural sense of self changes. As when you move to a new country or are raised an immigrant home and the effects of acculturation on physical and mental health it turns out that assimilation is only one type of acculturation and that fully simulated americans have some of the worst health outcomes. Immigrant families are actually most likely to thrive in america if they embrace aspects of both their native culture and their doctor land public health. Researchers like schwartz. Call it the immigrant paradox. He said there's a whole literature that suggests that foreign born americans are doing better than us. Born individuals on many different health indicators heart health weight and obesity diet depression anxiety substance. Use you name it. So what are the alternatives to assimilation. There's an old joke. That's well known in europe. What do you call a person who speaks two languages bilingual. What do you call person. Who only speaks one. Language american schwartz said in the united states unlike a lot of countries in the world. We actively discourage people from having multiple cultural identities we just want people to be american even the fact that we equate acculturation and simulation says a lot about our culture and how we think people should behave however it is important to note that acculturation is a two way. Street is cuban and tori behavior based on immigrants race or ethnicity by the receiving country can make it much harder for immigrants to achieve healthy by cultural integration traditionally. There's been an assumption that the acculturation process in the united states ran in a straight line at one end of the spectrum stood the recently arrived immigrant still carrying around the language traditions and customs of the so called old country but as the immigrant moved along the line over time did slowly discard their foreignness. As they gradually acquired language and customs of america but starting in the nineteen eighties researchers began to question the straight line assimilation assumption. Psychologist john berry came up with a pioneering model that showed four different responses or strategies including assimilation. The emigrants used to navigate life in their new home. So i got a simulation but that being that you're willing to discard your culture of origin and fully identify with the new culture. The sort of opposite is separation. Wherein you hold onto your original culture at all cost and don't want to adopt the new culture then there's marginalization in which you don't identify with either your heritage culture or the new one. It's a rare situation and finally there's integration sometimes called them you want to maintain a strong connection with your heritage culture while interacting with enquiring traits from the new culture according to schwarz there's strong evidence that the assimilation strategy is bad for your health. The worst psychological effects of assimilation are felt by second generation americans children of immigrants who were either born in america or raised here from a young age second generation. Kids are sometimes so eager to fit in that. They turn their backs on their parents. Customs and traditions entirely schwartz explained. They basically reject their families culture and that tends to produce pretty negative results higher rates of anxiety and depression substance abuse and worst family relationships. The best psychological and health outcomes on the other hand are achieved by individuals who embrace by cultural ism. A balanced integration of their heritage and received cultures short says that people who are able to comfortably blended their native and acquired cultures. Have quote much better outcomes. In terms of higher self-esteem lower depression lowering zaidi and better family relationships immigrants who learned to successfully habit to cultural worlds are the same people who drive the immigrant paradox in americans born outside the us achieve at significantly better physical and mental health outcomes compared to their native born or assimilated neighbors. But why is this diet is one simple explanation says schwartz because immigrant families are more likely to prepare home cooked meals than the typical american family which tends to eat out a lot and consume more processed foods but there are also significant psychological factors at play the most important has to do with the values of american culture versus just about everybody else. Schwartz said the. Us consistently ranks as the most individualistic country in the world. Were more self. Reliant and less reliant on other people in basically any other country on the planet so most people who come here from other places are more collectivist than we are. Let's break that down. What does collectivism look like. As a cultural value it stresses the importance of family above all else. It places an emphasis on the greater good and doing what's best for the community. Not just yourself and it's a less competitive way to look at the world. Schwartz says that cultural values the promote close knit families and selfless service can protect against a lot of the mental health issues. That plague many americans. He said there's a reason why we have so much anxiety. Because we're so highly individualistic and competitive. We have to compete against other people for everything. And if you can't keep up there's less of a support system ready and waiting to help you in this country when we talk about helping other people. Some people want to shout socialism. I think that's one of the issues that we have.
"I spoke at a unity church last sunday. About how important. It is for us to balance introspection without prospection as a kid. I spent hours alone in my room reading drawing and building model airplanes. If i misbehaved at school. My parents couldn't punish me by yelling. Go to your room because my room is exactly where i always wanted to be instead. They literally locked me out of the house and said go play outside like a normal kid makes them friends. And while i'm not condoning this parenting method in hindsight. It probably did me some good mind you. This was years before we had terms for introverts extroverts. Kids on the spectrum and so on children were either considered to be well adjusted. Meaning that followed the one-size-fits-all set of behavior rules and guidelines to fit in or they were considered misbehaving troublemakers. Outcasts the only place. I actually sit in was an after school programs to learn pascal software and robotics. Which is where i made a couple of friends who otherwise also pretty much kept to themselves although alone time is healthy. So were the hours. I was forced to socialize with others whether locked outside the house. So i can play with the neighborhood kids or tori school field trips and camping adventures much to my resistance. At the time just as i was entering teenage years my family moved from small town in the northern most part of israel where grew up to california the high school i attended in san francisco not only had more students in it than my old town had residents but i was suddenly surrounded by asians blacks latinos and maybe a handful of other caucasians. It was a culture shock. In fact i probably would have gone into actual shock or drawn inward even more had. I not been encouraged to socialize in my earlier years. I'm not saying. I was well adjusted. I'm still not but i managed to quickly learn. English makes him friends and stay curious about everyone's culture religion and ethnic background. I asked so many questions because nothing. No one resembled anything to which i had previously been exposed. I joined what was called. Sf net a network of computers and coffee shops around san francisco with coin operated dialup modems. Long before computers had windows or mice just a black screen and a keyboard essentially offering a chatroom of sorts for up to thirty people at time either dialing in from their homes or from other coffee shops in the netters we called ourselves had net gets like bonfires on the beach or meetups at bars on ashbury back when nobody checked your id tecate in through sf net. I met people from all walks of life college kids adults and even befriended kids my own age. Who were homeless by choice. Living on the streets and sleeping and golden gate park as a result of all this exposure to such a variety of individuals. I didn't have the same knee jerk judgment that my parents had about other races religions homeless people and so on i truly believe visibility leads to acceptance the first time i saw someone with blue hair and facial piercings. I was blown away but the nineties had more than its fair share rebels and mohawks so nothing shocked me after a couple of weeks. Think about what it must have been like the first time someone saw an interracial or same sex couple holding hands walking down the street a few decades ago the first time may have been shock but it were off the more people were exposed to it until as just another happy couple granted in some areas and for some people that still a shock but to others. It's no big deal and that's because visibility is what leads to acceptance exposure opens our eyes first minds. Second an hartford. The key to empathy and compassion therefore is connection not just seeing punk rockers on mtv but having coffee with them on a thursday night. I guess i was forced to grow up in much the same way. I was forced out of the house. When i was younger. Residents of major metropolitan cities are exposed to different cultures beliefs and backgrounds on a daily basis. So they tend to be more open minded than people who never leave their rural areas. Where anyone who doesn't fit in is considered a freak that absence of exposure and connection leads to judgement and segregation. But we can expect the so called freaks to intentionally move to rural areas in order to open people's eyes minds and hearts. It's up to each one of us regardless of where we live to stop thinking of anyone as other and get curious instead of judgmental in a way only out rejection makes introspection possible. If that makes sense how would we know being judgmental if our rigid boundaries are being challenged. We can't heal what we refused to confront the logic of not criticizing what we haven't even made the effort to understand because once we understand. There's nothing left to criticize implies by definition that if there's anything about which i'm still being judgmental the problem is me. It means i have more work to do. It's not somebody else's job to explain themselves to me. It's up to me to do the work to look outside myself to understand the bigger picture where there's room for everybody
Megan Thee Stallion 'Shots Fired' song gives insight into shooting
"Thee stallion's new album. Good news came out. So i know everybody's excited for that now. One thing that people are talking about is a song called shots fired on there. And she's talking a lot about what happened with tori lanes allegedly and her former best friend. Kelsey listen to this real pay for you when thursday name. Josh you have been invited you to be my friend excited. Twenty input swim would go in. Its phil right. Well let's say some more information about what happened that day but she is Clearly not going to be friends with her best friend ex best friend anymore.
Tory Lanez pleads not guilty in Megan Thee Stallion shooting
"Tori lanes back in court yesterday for shooting. Megan thee stallion he entered his plea of not guilty. Now the la county da's office hit him with one count of assault with a semiautomatic firearms. One count of carrying a loaded unregistered firearm in a vehicle. Also alleged that tori inflicted great bodily injury on meghan again. He pleaded not guilty. He already posted that one hundred and ninety thousand dollars bond. He's been ordered to stay away from her. He is facing twenty two years and eight months behind bars if convicted
What the Latest Retail-Sales Figures Could Mean for the Holiday Season
"Us retail sales rose for a sixth straight month and october but the pace of growth was slower than expected and that suggests that us shoppers or getting more cautious corona virus cases surge. Joining me now with more details is wall street journal economics reporter harriet tori. Hi harry at. Thanks for being here. So the past few months have shown stronger growth in retail sales but october showed less than expected increase. What happened so what we saw. Were steep declines in retail sales in march and april due to the pandemic and then a big pickup in may retail. Sales are up over eighteen percent since then. The group has tapered off but it really did taper off quite a lot compared to the prior month so we saw a month a month increase of north point three percent whereas in september it was one point six percent so it's really slowed pretty considerably and this was also slower than economists expecting. They had pencilled in a zero point. Five percent increase so it did disappoint relative to expectations. What are they attributing the slowdown to certain key. Categories of spending She posted declines last month. So for instance. One of the big ones was grocery stores now. The decline is relatively small. Sales were down zero point. Four percent but still grocery shopping is a big cass. Agree so there was that there was also a drop in clothing sales sporting goods sales and at general merchandise stores so for instance department stores and then a few categories did well contributing to their rogaine so vehicle sales a continuing to perform pretty strongly. They were up electronic sales. Were up and also of course. Non store retailers which are online merchants. Like amazon and october was a pretty good month for them in part because retailers have been pushing promotions to try and get. The holiday season started earlier this year. So we saw that. For instance amazon prime day this year. It was in october rather than july and a few other retailers had other promotional events going on kind of to match that also retailers have just been exploding over the pasta up. Nearly thirty percents from october. Twenty thousand thousand nine. So online spending has really boomed as you mentioned this year. A lot of retailers did roll out the holiday discounts and sales much earlier than usual. Is that a shift. That's working out for them. So far is it a bit too early to tell. It's a bit at least it's hell. I think what's interesting about the situation. That brennan the moment is we have seen of course and they. At the end of the summer we saw the end to the supplemental unemployment benefits. So this extra six hundred dollars a week. That unemployed work had been receiving on the labor market has been improving but the gains in. The labor. Market have been slowing. So what does that mean that. Means that people have generally less income than they did a few months ago so just spending is become a little bit more cautious for big part of the population. These people who are either unemployed or who might have had the hours carpool worried about losing their jobs. Now on the other hand you have another group of people who are able to work from home and can have things delivered to their homes and because they're not traveling then already going out as much dinner than going to the movies means really saving a lot of money The using it to pay down debt and to home improvement projects and things like that and so these consumers are expected to actually spend quite a lot during the holiday season. They might not be spending on vacations but they probably will be spending on nice electronics for their families gifts. Or perhaps they'll be decorating the house improving the house in some way so it's quite early to say but one thing that we're definitely seeing. Is this divide. They call it the qe shaped recovery. So you have. The upper arm of the k. Is generally knowledge workers who can shelter in place. What from home and then on the bottom half of the cave. People who are really struggling with declining in service sector employment as we head into the colder months what are some shifts businesses especially restaurants or considering to help drive sales through the end of the year. We'll it's tough restaurants in you know the northern hemisphere because the cold weather is closing in. So they're having to become pretty creative and then the other thing that we're seeing of course is the fact that a lot of places now introducing new shutdown measures local level so some restaurants are doing things like that trying to push outdoor dining in space heaters and things like that and of course really pushing the curbside pickup and delivery options but it is definitely a very difficult time for those types of businesses. The service sector in person is really really struggling on the other hand you see a lot of businesses that already doing very well in the pandemic so for instance. Today we had the home depots earnings. And that's a company that has seen sales and earnings increase markedly because people are just staying at home. And they're spending money on improving their homes and on doing the painting the garage door and things like that so there are definitely winners and losers in this particular
Coronavirus updates: Sturgeon announces 'short and sharp' level 4 move for 11 areas
"So we're nearing what. The prime minister's insisted will be the halfway point of the second lockdown and tori mp's threatening to mount a rebellion. That's after a senior minister. Refuse to relax new tier four restrictions being introduced in england when the second down in on december the second secretary robert generate confirmed. The government is reviewing the tears. He aditya three was considered a baseline for tough measures. But mp's said any move to tighten restrictions ahead of christmas would be met with a firm response associated camilla. Tommy has the details. Meanwhile nicholas sturgeons announced that eleven council areas in scotland including glasgow will go into her highest tier of restrictions from friday. That's the equivalent of almost a full lockdown. Apart from school staying open travel into and away from parts of scotland that are in level three and level four areas will be against the law. You can read a guide to what scotland's new rules will be
"tori" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
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"tori" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"I gone with mario lopez up your own. Mario lopez joining me right now. Some friends of mine tori spelling and jennie garth great to see you ladies. You look wonderful. How are you emails now. This is cool. You've launched this podcast together. Nine hundred two. Omg clever title. And you're basically re watching the entire series right and commenting as you go along you. Posited how does it work. So i mean we initially were best friends in real life and we want it to do Of you know we wanted to work together. We love being prints in real life. We raise our families together. We just want to keep working together. It's the podcast generation. Is you know so we just wanted to do kind of a girlfriends one on kind of how you know. Our journey together and going through every aspect in decade applies together and then we decided to blend that through the fans with re watching it which we both have done since we made the show after watching the you have a favorite episode. We haven't watched yet. You have done it yet. Started signing early. Do it with the fans and got it. So does you're watching with them interesting. Okay and then we'll talk about during that episode. What happened behind the seats. All gone. okay. So do you have a favorite episode before you start watching them and then we'll see if it matches later the thing with me is i don't remember much init- ally but No i'm the same way. I have a hard time remembering what happened last week. So here was zedek So we're excited to just start beginning and watch I think it's going to be a fun ride. Just because i've never done that. I don't know we've never sat down and watched it. I've never been one to wash my own work. My own shows or whatever. Sure so we're going to do it and that the gun far enough removed in age that it'll be okay. Yeah it's going to be a fine. It's going to be a fun experience. I'm sure there's going to be a lot. Oh my god. Oh my god look at that outfit. We'll be a lot of that. Hey what was up with jessica alba claiming the no i contact thing you guys you guys kind of put her in check or what was it. What was the whole deal. Did i miss here that we are surprised to hear it about it. Yeah it came left field to I think that. I think i think what have i don't know who knows i wasn't there so i have no idea what that was about. We we actually would love to find out his. It's actually bothering us because we felt right. It's bothering me okay. Here's the deal. So mario when. I was on saved by the bell. I was a guest star and bickerstaff. Yes he will. Great went out of your way to make everyone feel welcome and that set me up for what i did nine when i was like. It's really hard on a hit show coming in. So i never wanted to be that girl. We always were welcome to our guest stars. Walk me so it was kind of shocking for night to hear that she felt that way didn't come from us. But we're like maybe someone you know an ad or someone had mentioned that to her but were horrified stuck with her all these years and we'd love to get to the bottom of and knowing you girls for for so many years i- hundred percent no wasn't youtube in front of the cazenove casserole very cool. To sometimes these things take on like little urban legends of their own and someone hears something something else speeding on say by the have quick question. Mario told us that he took you on. A date wants to universal and he lost his car we sell it found it. Do you know where it is. I can't believe you brought that up and can't punch you later so embarrassing. Sell them but jenny heard about it for the first time. I'm about to choke you. Wanna date and mario remember you know what's funny story. I remember the movies that we were debating watching back then. Sure you don't remember. It's like a romantic. We'll we're working together. So i took her out took it was done. Streets no loved jetty. Come on. This is far backwards. You know what movies you know what the movies were as he knows my husband. No we were teenagers. Justify it just got in my car. I picked you up. Maybe you weren't driving. That's how you pick me. I forgot about the favor report. Didn't even know how to get to the valley right. I was living in studio city universal parked car. I don't remember what movie we saw. But we could find the car afterwards. And i think someone did they find it or no. I think my mom's security guard had to come pick you up so impact. So you're a so-called sorry but it was so embarrassing. The reason i remember the movies. And maybe this is. Why wasn't it wasn't like super romantic everything. Because i'm gonna tell you why i remember this. I don't know why the movies that came out that week were ghost and die hard and i was like come on tori. Let's see die hard. Because if i was really trying want to see ghosts right of dyer and i was like you really try because you were. Maybe we just work together. I was trying to be a gentleman. You know respectful respectful brought dammit. We should of did ghost. Sc frazier go there. I was seven. Remember that story. And i was so embarrassed. I'm like you know people are like dates. Gone wrong i was like. Oh my god. I just got my license. I couldn't remember where i parked couldn't get up like embarrassed. I should remember. I was in berry has told us that story. I was so embarrassed. He says that france take the responsibility. I don't even think about putting on you. You should not be embarrassed at all. You pick me up that right there a busy. Although although i do kinda wanna know what did you think of die hard so stupid i can't. He was really cute. Because i would never turn into the best interview back to you guys. That was fun. The deviate back to you guys. Well we all have kids and obviously during this pandemic they have been able to go to school. Have you been handling the home schooling thing. And how they've been handling it. I'm lucky my girls are all older. So that's right. Take care of themselves and do their school independently. And i can't imagine what it must be like for a tour and for everybody else. Had these young kids will accept before. You're welcome to come over anytime. Anti danny gans and school them. It's hard i mean you know. I mean you're working a lot like coordinate has to deal with it it's just like it's madness and my three year old's not in school but the other four. They're like no distractions. Please go to a separate room. Well that's not always the case. And then the second to second youngest like the eight nine year old. They need health. And if i'm working it's hard to be there. I'm i'm failing is what's happened the work that they're doing. I don't do that. no exactly. well thank you. It's comforting to know when they changed math. They just mocks this. It's it's awful our lady everything you computer google everything before i let you go. I'm gonna put you on the spot with some quick questions. Quick answers okay. We'll just go back and forth here favorite thanksgiving side dish.
Whats Next for the Biden-Harris Team?
"Today we are joined by another round. Were all. I have so much respect and admiration for a team of graves. The president and ceo of the national women's law center a team. How are you today. I'm feeling good and so glad to be me today. I'm so glad you were able to make it. I have so much. I wanna talk to you about glad that we get to talk about good things in my opinion because he has a new president. We have a new vice-president our first woman of color to serve in that role are woman to serve in that role so we gotta start off with the personal before we dive into the amazing work that you do to make sure minin women of color are centered in all of these policies. That how're you feeling. Where were you when you saw. The breaking news had to celebrate. So i was a big old bag of tears on saturday. I you know some of it. I will just say was The relief. I don't think my body knew that the last four years it had been clinched in holding so much as some of it was like a release can. Can we talk it out for a minute. So many people. I have been talking to any one moment in cracked me up. She said i felt like. I took off my weighted blanket. My bra and my extensions. So that's how. I felt for sure. But i also was just in awe of that we will have a madam vice president. We've never said that before amit. She's a black woman that she's a south asian women in what it says about our leadership and what it says to a coming generation of black and brown girls who will be okay being ambitious. Because they've seen it. I just i'm still choked up thinking about wet now feels possible and i'll just tell you one quick story. My i have two sons and they are twelve and eight and my eight year. Old grew has grown up casually talking about. When i become president you know. He just sorta We'll drop it incidences as like well. Maybe one day when i'm president and he's able to do that because he saw it in president barack obama who he would call he calls president bronco and and so president bronco was out there in just being there provided a whole new opportunity for people and so i am really excited that we will have that for free black Young people to know that leadership can look like a vice president elect comma harris. It's amazing i i don't have kids have nieces and nephews and i think about my niece in particular that she only knows. Hillary clinton are miss hillary as she hall alter who ran for president and now he knows kamala so for her. This is just so normal that it's gonna be weird for them if they see a presidential ticket without a woman they're gonna be lightweight with. I think we're done with the idea of all white male tickets. I actually think people will people will think what what is that. And how did we get their that. It is a new day in many ways. Because of that and i think this country will be grappling with that going forward absolutely and we know that we have our new president lagged or vice president elect and i was telling so many people when they were saying. Oh he's up in the polls. This is going to be a blow out as i know this this racist high. I talked about it on the last episode by there are still people who were fine with the direction the country was going in in. Its because those are people that no matter who is in office in what they're doing they're going to be fine or they're okay. If the bad things are happening to people not Horsely bad is just a reality. I i will tell you. I believe in celebrating deeply. And so i was in a celebrate tori spirit beacon with me. I brought it into our team this morning. And i said guys we got to do that. I know what is brewing next. And what comes next the diagnosis of like what. What led to the electoral outcomes that we have so step to celebrate and i the parties around the world. I felt like i did that. Pretty effectively step two is having a data fueled standing of how we got there and that you know the two of the matter is when all of the votes are finally counted. You know it's likely somewhere. North of five million. More people voted for the biden harris ticket than not but it is also the case that we have to grapple with the more than million people who supported donald trump. And why
Will European lockdowns work or are they too weak?
"So we have come out of a really long slog here in Australia especially in Victoria where we've had a very long lockdown and the payoff has been really low numbers of community transmission. Now here in Australia and in contrast Europe is heading into winter and the case numbers they are ratcheting up really quickly to the point where the UK and many countries in Europe are announcing really tough lockdown measures and so let's talk about that a bit Norman what are we? What are they looking at doing in England and some of those European countries. Varies a bit and it seems to be driven by a fear that their hospitals in ICU's will be overwhelmed. You've already got a significant number of beds taken up in France and Spain Britain is worried that the NHS the National Health Service, will be overwhelmed and I think the hand has been forced. But they're all coming into this late. So they're doing curfews. Don't think there's any country in Europe that's locking down schools showing who so school's Continue And I think that universities do in some places as well. So the education system stays open bars, restaurants that sort of thing close or our time restricted. So I'm not sure that anybody is really going for the hard. Stage four type lockdown that we saw in Victoria. And, it has to be said that's really the only thing that works. So the problem that you're is God and most European countries and are two problems. One is the borders are not properly closed. So the borders are not closed. You can go to lockdown, but new cases can come in all the time even though you might have border checks and people are not supposed to communicate got symptoms and so on. They do have open borders to some countries in the world, but it's a pre Philip. Britain, it's a pretty long list includes strata. Most of them seem quite sensible in terms of having quarantine free travel. But it's moving around a bit. But where else you might have trouble coming in from and in Europe itself, the borders seem to be largely open although it's up to each European country to say its own rules and by the time you're listening to this podcast this chronic. The rules could could possibly have changed. That's why I'm not really being very specific. Point being is that you need a lockdown of your country and your lockdown of people's movements. That the virus. Stays with the stews infected and you don't get new clusters emerging and there aren't very many countries in Europe that have got the testing and contact tracing regime that we're lucky to have in. Australia. and. The question is, are they going to put that in place? So you were saying before that the only thing that really does the job is really hard lockdowns luck we had in Victoria, but doesn't it depend on what approach that country is trying to take like we were hearing in the beginning this idea flattening the curves that we wouldn't overwhelm the hospital system is that what they're trying to do their just push just smooth out the number of cases a bit more without having to have really tough lockdowns just so that they're not having. Intensive care units different approach to Australia will certainly is a different approach to Australia. It's been all along they went the lifted, whatever they had to. Early they had some some period where people particularly Spain were just letting their hair down and we're paying the price for that now, and so that's all these European countries will achieve is a bit of the flattening of the curve if they're lucky and therefore a bit of. Heat of their hospitals in ICU's. But you're still going to have a lot of people who are very sick and they may not succeed as well as they should. Israel's done quite a good job. It was doing really badly with hundreds of thousands of cases and its case rate seems to have come down with a fairly significant lockdown. It has to be said in Israel. So Israel's a success story now having been a failure. And so it's been quite impressive how it's how it's brought it down. But the question is, will that happen in Europe and will it be enough or will it be too late and it's just out of control what other projections maybe not every European country but I know that the UK has daughter about the different scenarios. What kind of numbers are we talking about the sky's the limit? Really I mean Israel's an interesting example because you've got a small population of nine million or so people with several hundred, thousand cases. And that's what could have happened to Tori as well. You when you've got a non immune population, you can have very very large numbers and so at the moment, for example, in Britain as we saw that prevalence study that we talked about last week on Krona cast. In June after thirty thousand deaths, they had six percent prevalence of antibodies. So that suggests that six percent. Of the British public were infected with covid nineteen. Your albeit the antibody levels dropped over a period of time. So, there's ninety four percent of the population left infected. So that's a lot of people to go. So the sky is the limit unfortunately, and so the question then on the modeling and there was interesting modeling out of Washington State about media months six weeks ago, which suggested that once you got to about twenty percent. Prevalence of people who've been infected. So in other words that level of population immunity, I won't use. Herod. Amenity, here really misplaced tarum. With social distancing, you might be able to control the virus. But that's a long way to go twenty percent of the British populations millions twenty percent of the German and French, population is millions to get to that point and then you start to control it. So. There's a long way to go. Yeah. Really high price to pay for perhaps not the payoff that you need to actually stop the spread and remember that it was going size. The mortality rates come down as indeed it has because we're better treating. People were a and there are drugs now particularly zone which reduces the death rate and the other new drugs antibody drugs that will start to come on stream, but even so people are still getting the disease. there. Tonight on seven thirty avacado story of. radiographer WHO's worked in Melbourne and weeks after his. Infection which he caught in hospital he's still very unwell not able to exercise and really feeling lousy. So the burden on the community is enormous beyond people dying. So we're getting questions for me. It's not just about what's happening Estrella but also it's happening overseas and how it's asking, what do you make of the curfew measures in Europe where you got? Pubs closing at ten pm and that sort of thing why or how are those sorts of issues effective. So a curfew, a curfew by itself is not really going to do very much of anything. You've got to stop people moving around during the day as well as at night, and you do that by shutting POB shutting restaurants, shunning public areas that are. That are high risk Gymnasia and so on. And then a curfew on top of that in your say starting at nine o'clock through to the early morning. Restricts People's movements even more, but it's it's on the it's on the margins. It's not going to be the core thing that you do, and of course, no country in Europe is closing down schools, which means that you've got large numbers of parents circulating in the community each day taking the kids to school and picking them up unless, of course, the letting go by public transport with masks on, and that's the other thing is the extent to which countries are mandating. mask-wearing they should all be mandating mask-wearing to really reduce the spread as much as possible in public areas particularly indoors, and we've got a question from someone in New South, Wales who's having greeting anxiety. So they are asking if we got aerosol spread if I was to be in a room with someone for a long period of time, does it make any difference if I give them a hug when I I see them a does the one point five made a rule. That much. If you with someone in an enclosed space for a prolonged period will you should not get yourself into a situation where you're in a very poorly ventilated area in for an extended period, you should just not be in that situation. So it's fine being indoors particularly wasn't sure these days because the risk is so low, but anyway, your sittings gotta be ventilated possibly to to the discomfort of being to cold. So you've got through drafts and fresh air, and then the the risk is much lower. Now, if you give people a hug when you see them, then you're increasing the risk even further. So you should really maintain social distance touch elbows and not get too close because you're just amplifying the problems because there's no question does spread by droplets and close contact. So you're just making the situation worse. So to avoid greeting anxiety, you just stop hugging people kissing them, etc and you and you maintain a bit of distance. Well, it's time for on Koranic today if you've got a question policing leading new go-to. Dot Net air you slash krona cast click ask a question and mentioned current castle. We can find it still lots of questions coming in and we welcome them
Miles Morales Gets His Spider-Verse Suit
"Miles Morales is getting his into the spider verse suit in Spiderman Miles Morales playstation four, playstation five, trademark tm, all that jazz marble games, I Kevin. If you can show video there, I'm GonNa read. Actually. Read from the tweets. I know she can't. INSOMNIAC. tweeted out the video. cavs. GonNa, show you here in a second says the suit you've all been asking about is here and you unlock it early with a preorder for playstation five or playstation four. So you can extrapolate extrapolate out. Of course, you can unlock this without pre ordering pre order just gets you there quicker, which is nice. And then of course, friend of the show, James Stevenson from Tom omnion gains had his own tweet this the incredible vibe diverse suit. MoD. Causes the suit to mimic the visual frequency of another earth. The special animation you're about to see in the video we're going to watch you can't you can't quit or attaches to a different suit. So as we watch right here, of course, this review of the Miles Morales in the spider pursued as you see it go. It's doing that like different frame rate thing from the movie. Let alone when he goes into big attacks here you're getting the POWs and the things in the animated stuff there. So what James It's amy if I'm reading this, right, what James is saying is like how Spiderman had the different mods you? Put on the suit this mob visual, not the visual style of the Internet spider for suit, which is there but I'm guessing the frame rate and like the glitches kind of nature of it right can be applied to any suit is what I'm getting because he's saying it's asked to a different sue. So you're saying with the like the old cartoon style suit you you put this on there and have that same thing happened. If they have that suit in this see this isn't well, it's going to riot. Works it's fair. That's fair I. Understand you heard that works. Didn't they do it for the one of the other Spiderman suits and it's one of those. Rainy, people. What nothing. Blessing came back to where you came back. There was another blessing screen Tori it out I feel like I like it don't worry about it is. How much work you know what I mean I think welcome back hey what's up guys I? Don't know what happened. I. was like there's an outage going on in my area or what? Earlier today at my Internet went out for like a split second and I was like, Oh, it's nothing to worry about apparently some new worrying about your. Blessing what are your thoughts on the Miles Morales into despite of her suit? I, think that's really cool I think it. It's very expected that they do this. Of course inspired man twenty, eight, eighteen they all the different suits including Raimi's spider man suit inspired me homecoming and so if they can get those suits into the game, I feel like the natural progression is this getting into the spider, a Sumitomo Rallies, and so that's really cool. I I, think the to the what they're calling you. But like the we're frame rate affects you have is the vibe the verse suit MoD yeah, I think that's interesting. It seems like something that all probably unequipped. I feel like it's. An actual gameplay. It'll probably be kind of distracting. I I liked that being there like it's a really cool effect to have on and so overall like I'm really into this this this seems really cool. Yeah. I think I'm with you obviously the suit I think it was expected especially you know like you're pointing out that after into despite of stop they dropped the Peter Parker skin into Spiderman ps four. I think we're expecting that I wasn't expecting the suit mock you change it. So drastically to make it look different even though I guess S. shortsighted right because even from what we've seen of like with the data cat skin being added into the game and then the cat being able to do attacks and stuff it's more of what you need to expect from insomniac with this franchise in that's just TLC. They'RE GONNA go above beyond and try to hit the little things and make it actually matter I. Think you you. You WanNa talk about suits like the Knox I use fake air quotes there like people who? Didn't get the amazing spiderman suit right from the movies. The Amazing Spiderman suit ps four, and now, of course, they're adding that in this time around on remastered. So it's like these are I've said it before and I think if you even go back and watch like spoiler casts, we did with Brian into her after the releases vitamin PS for like you can tell that they love this property and they know what want this game is what they're putting in this game and that's going to extrapolate out to what fans want because they're real fans. Yeah and I like the fact that they're putting this and In the Bat, right? Like this is something that's going to be available to people as soon as they're able to boot up the game the one thing it says here yeah. If you you unlock it early annual unlock it early with a preorder on his five or ps four. So I'm not sure what the getting is there what how that works but that's the way better than inspired me man ps four there were skins are put way after the fact and like for the man Ramey Skin, for example, that's a skin that I absolutely loved in that game I thought it was awesome. I. Like the idea that I go back and play as the same at that I played. Yeah inspired me and I'll sweet. This is awesome. Let's go. But the fact that they added added it in afterwards meant that I'm not playing the game as as much as I would have liked to So like this is cool. That's going to be available for people I think that's really awesome in. Yeah like it seems like they really are going above and beyond or they have gone above and beyond as far as beyond as far as putting in that. TLC. Like you said, right and having fans people for between two thousand eighteen. What seems like we'll be mild paralysis.
Miles Morales Gets His Spider-Verse Suit
"Miles Morales is getting his into the spider verse suit in Spiderman Miles Morales playstation four, playstation five, trademark tm, all that jazz marble games, I Kevin. If you can show video there, I'm GonNa read. Actually. Read from the tweets. I know she can't. INSOMNIAC. tweeted out the video. cavs. GonNa, show you here in a second says the suit you've all been asking about is here and you unlock it early with a preorder for playstation five or playstation four. So you can extrapolate extrapolate out. Of course, you can unlock this without pre ordering pre order just gets you there quicker, which is nice. And then of course, friend of the show, James Stevenson from Tom omnion gains had his own tweet this the incredible vibe diverse suit. MoD. Causes the suit to mimic the visual frequency of another earth. The special animation you're about to see in the video we're going to watch you can't you can't quit or attaches to a different suit. So as we watch right here, of course, this review of the Miles Morales in the spider pursued as you see it go. It's doing that like different frame rate thing from the movie. Let alone when he goes into big attacks here you're getting the POWs and the things in the animated stuff there. So what James It's amy if I'm reading this, right, what James is saying is like how Spiderman had the different mods you? Put on the suit this mob visual, not the visual style of the Internet spider for suit, which is there but I'm guessing the frame rate and like the glitches kind of nature of it right can be applied to any suit is what I'm getting because he's saying it's asked to a different sue. So you're saying with the like the old cartoon style suit you you put this on there and have that same thing happened. If they have that suit in this see this isn't well, it's going to riot. Works it's fair. That's fair I. Understand you heard that works. Didn't they do it for the one of the other Spiderman suits and it's one of those. Rainy, people. What nothing. Blessing came back to where you came back. There was another blessing screen Tori it out I feel like I like it don't worry about it is. How much work you know what I mean I think welcome back hey what's up guys I? Don't know what happened. I. was like there's an outage going on in my area or what? Earlier today at my Internet went out for like a split second and I was like, Oh, it's nothing to worry about apparently some new worrying about your. Blessing what are your thoughts on the Miles Morales into despite of her suit? I, think that's really cool I think it. It's very expected that they do this. Of course inspired man twenty, eight, eighteen they all the different suits including Raimi's spider man suit inspired me homecoming and so if they can get those suits into the game, I feel like the natural progression is this getting into the spider, a Sumitomo Rallies, and so that's really cool. I I, think the to the what they're calling you. But like the we're frame rate affects you have is the vibe the verse suit MoD yeah, I think that's interesting. It seems like something that all probably unequipped. I feel like it's. An actual gameplay. It'll probably be kind of distracting. I I liked that being there like it's a really cool effect to have on and so overall like I'm really into this this this seems really cool. Yeah. I think I'm with you obviously the suit I think it was expected especially you know like you're pointing out that after into despite of stop they dropped the Peter Parker skin into Spiderman ps four. I think we're expecting that I wasn't expecting the suit mock you change it. So drastically to make it look different even though I guess S. shortsighted right because even from what we've seen of like with the data cat skin being added into the game and then the cat being able to do attacks and stuff it's more of what you need to expect from insomniac with this franchise in that's just TLC. They'RE GONNA go above beyond and try to hit the little things and make it actually matter I. Think you you. You WanNa talk about suits like the Knox I use fake air quotes there like people who? Didn't get the amazing spiderman suit right from the movies. The Amazing Spiderman suit ps four, and now, of course, they're adding that in this time around on remastered. So it's like these are I've said it before and I think if you even go back and watch like spoiler casts, we did with Brian into her after the releases vitamin PS for like you can tell that they love this property and they know what want this game is what they're putting in this game and that's going to extrapolate out to what fans want because they're real fans.
U.S. States Face Historic Cash Crisis
"The US economy made a big rebound in the third quarter with gross domestic product recovering about two thirds of what it lost earlier in the year due to the pandemic. But what does that mean for the rest of the year for more we turn now to economics reporter Harriett Tori higher thanks being here high. So Harry at this is a big improvement, but we're still digging out of the hole. So to speak what can you tell us about third quarter GDP the headline of GDP in the third quarter was extremely strong. It was the strongest on record and those records date back to nineteen, forty seven. So we're. Looking at thirty three point one percents increase at an annual rate. Of course, the annual rate number is designed to capture sort of very small changes in the economy. So when you have swings in the order of this magnitude, it doesn't really tell us as much as a quarter to quarter number that is a bit clearer. So from the second quarter to the third quarter output increased seven point four percent again, extremely strong but that just helps make it a little bit clearer in spite of this, very, very strong growth. The economy's not buying to where it was before this pandemic head because the pandemic caused enormous damage. In the second quarter especially but also in the first. So overall the economy's about three and a half cents smaller than it was at the end of last year what are the projections for the remainder of the year? Growth is expected to slow considerably. That's partly because it was so enormously strong in the third quarter third quarter really reflected the reopening of the economy the big. Bounceback. Stores businesses, restaurants there's a lot of pent up demand. People could finally go out and spend and what they spent on was things like new cars that was extremely strong and recreational vehicles and a lot a lot of spending on things for the home furnishings and so on. Now, things like that are called durable goods because they're designed to last for a long time. So that kind of spending isn't really expected to continue at the pace that it did in the third quarter because there's only so many times in. A year that you will buy a new car or buy a new dishwasher. So growth is expected to slow definitely in the fourth quarter most economists are looking looking for growth of about five percents the final quarter of the which in any normal quarter would be extremely good. You know five percent of the national rate how these are not really normal times in that again won't gotTa Spike to where the economy was before the pandemic Harriet. What can this headline GDP number tell us about the health of state? Economies. Yes. It's definitely interesting. So one thing that we saw in the second quarter when we had this big drop in economic output was that government spending went up a lot that was at the federal level, and now this was of course because you know the government was paying out stimulus checks PGA. A cares act and so on. But we did see a state and local government spending style to contract already in the second quarter that continued in the third quarter. So the pandemic has been very worrying for state and local
"tori" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"And they WANNA move. Because it's so dark here. That's okay. We're we are wrapping up. I appreciate you, ladies. It's so cute because it did just keep getting darker and you just kept getting closer and closer screen. That it's okay, though because it's a podcast, so we don't need to use this footage. No. Black. Listen, listening, you can open. The way you know seven PM clanging pots. That no I always. Jason's brother showed us wants because I love that so much, but we're literally in the BURBS and nobody does it out here right well. We have a lot of banging broken sweep schools by the way. was really shows your heart. You know you're just really into it. That's sweet. We'll. Why don't you tell everybody where they can find your podcast instagram? Anything that you want to promote I. Guess Right now. Yes, so me and my mom have a podcast. Obviously Bruno's. It's called, got it for my Mama and it's on all podcast platforms spotify. I turned, and we also just launched it on Youtube, so we have full episodes now on my youtube channel so now I can you hear us, but you can see us like after the last episode we have like a full blown mother daughter fight Oh. My Gosh, I'm going to watch right after this. It was that deal. That's on I'm going to watch youtube. Channel Tori, Pigskin T O R I. P I s K. I n. you can follow me on there as well on my instagram. We have podcast. Instagram called got it from my Mama podcast. Mom, do you WANNA say your instagram. Wine is new Piskun. Oh. You of instagram now I'm going to follow you. got. A lot of the dog. It's all about. Even the grandchild. It's the door you. Well, I can't wait to this. I'm so glad that I you guys even came into my world, somehow because it was such a pleasure talking to you and Ice Oh. Sweet your. Thank, you. I appreciate I. Appreciate you saying that and I can't wait to chat more because I feel like you as a special to what? So much fun and listen stay safe. Yes, take a breath. I hope you've finished your construction. Thank you, yes, Tomorrow! It should be all done by this week, so you know that means three more weeks. And you just you just like a breath of fresh air. Oh Ho. Thank you so much and I can't wait to just chat with. You guys again once this. Season of the Bachelorette starts then. We're doing recaps together. Absolutely okay well. Thank you and stay safe to you both as well. I think you I by I'm Kaitlyn Bristowe. Your session is now ending. Thanks for listening to off divine. Therapy, tune into here new MINNIE's codes. Every Thursday and checkout new full in episode every Tuesday exclusively on podcast one dot com, the podcast, one APP and subscribe on Apple podcasts. TV!.
"tori" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"So sad I mean that's so sad. That is sad. It's so sad you can't. You can't even hug like well. It's funny because. Him So! My other daughter is married to adopt so I said to him. How could toy date? What can she do? What is the parameters? He said only touch the hand because Tori was like I can't go with a mask on, and I said you better go with a mask on personal she she's a hypochondriac so now she's going lead so open for covert. I'm going to kill myself and we told her thing. Is I already had it and they do? It tells the dates back, and it's also this weird thing it's like. Do I. It's kind of like what you know what it feels like dating in Kobe the code if you'd like you had an SSD. That was curable, but you don't want to bring it up, so it's like. Oh, you're. Like. Tell them I had Kobe. Do I not just let it slide? Yeah, like I was just saying that same. It's like having herpes and be like, but it's not flared up right now, so we're oak. Cliff. It's fun. You know those things go away. My niece just tried to facetime me so. That! You. Know? That was good. Quick question for everyone listening. Is Your home like mine? CLUTTERED WITH STEFFI? Don't use anymore close shoes. You don't wear taking up valuable closet space, old foam hiding in a drawer, or maybe you have toys and games that your kids aren't interested in any more. You know what I'm talking about. Let me tell you about an APP. You can use to sell the stuff. It's called Macari so macari is the selling APP that makes it fast. Fast and easy to sell almost anything it couldn't be simpler. You just take a few picks of your staff at a description and your items are listed just like that. Then once it sold macari e mails, you a shipping label you to stick it on and send it off. No meet ups no hassles..
"tori" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"I love that you have this relationship because I totally have one of the best relationships with my mom. She's one of my best friends. We Banter I. Love having her on the podcasts like everyone just loves it I think people love to see that relationship. Relationship between the mother and daughter, and it's fun and especially if you can have it like you guys and I just wanted to know like. How did you decide to start a podcast together? Because as much as I love my mom and love having her on the podcasts to actually work together I feel like it would be really challenging. I'll it it. It's tough. All Lot of blowouts before the PODCAST, we hit record okay. Tori go ahead. How how did you decide well so about almost two years ago, I went through. Every bad breaks up and a lot of my boyfriend I've had only two I don't know why say because I'm sure my mom's GonNa correct me. You've only had two. Let's be real plural. Yes, so anytime. I've had a boyfriend. They've always gotten very close to my family this. Dead get very close. We were GONNA move in together. Then I had a relapse. Lyme disease got very sick he. Dumped me out of the blue went on a family out here she goes. She loves tell the disarray. we treated him. We all went away. Him included just collecting. No, we we pay for everything. Just have to throw that in. We met his parents three weeks before it. WE'RE GONNA move in Iraq. Go Tori now. Okay, thank you for thinks that little piece of information. Thank you I did. I did. So yes, he dumped me so depressing shop that we were gonNA move in together. It was very serious and you know my mom, would always she would. She was saying things about my ex. That was very mean but very funny into only really the only one that was making he'll better at that time. And whenever I had my momma, my instagram people would be like your mom so funny. My mom started giving advice to my friends and all just very funny. Funny but I, but it always even though the way. She said it was funny, it was actually very good advice. And I thought and people kept saying I did videos at the time with our people get saying. Why did he do longer content with so I thought oh? Why not just do a podcast with her and almost a year and a half later? That's how it started from escape border dumping me. That's how the podcast took off. I think you. Thera people both of us. Kind of get out basically reach wished for your on podcast. That you had to stop yet. No, it felt so good because I was broken off with..
"tori" Discussed on Unladylike
"We're back with Tori Amos and heads up to listeners. We will be discussing. Sexual Assault Caroline. Something jumped out to me when I was Internet researching for this episode because I noticed that whereas Tori content is all over Tumbler. There's barely a stiffer on gifts. And that feels like an apt analogy for her IRA fandom because it is deep and significant and like the feelings that Tori Amos simply cannot be contained in a Gif. Yeah. The love is too deep. Kristen it is too deep and her connection to feminist fans is really remained just so strong over the years. One Tory move that I love was hurt. Two thousand one album strange little girls which consisted entirely of covers of songs written by men but reinterpreted from a woman's point of view so one of the standouts on the record is her cover of Eminem's ninety seven Bonnie and Clyde which she sang from the perspective of the fictional wife that eminem kills in the original earaches place call. Heaven place called him. Please call prison place call jail. Data's probably on his way to all from one because mom was Stepson. Amazing and Look Caroline. I also incorrectly figured that her lasting feminist just came from the politics of her music but she's also inspired incredible real world activism ever since she went solo in the early nineties. Yeah one of her biggest hits off of little earthquakes is a song called me and a gun. It's about when Tori was raped at gunpoint when she was twenty one. It was terrifying and traumatizing and like so many survivors. She didn't report it to police. She only shared the details of what happened. A couple times in interviews but for six straight years Tori performed me and a gun at every single one of her live shows. It's Acapella so no company meant and the song is written sued. You were there with her with me as it's playing out with me. Hanoch on on my and I say Holy Holy.
"tori" Discussed on Unladylike
"Music came naturally tour. But song she says sometimes come from another world entirely. It's not as if I hear voices but I call them the muses all of a sudden I am getting full structure and I have not thought of this before it is being plugged in almost like I take plug it in and all of a sudden. I'm getting reindeer king just there and seven minutes on we're back and that was Tori Amos on CBS. This morning and twenty seventeen explaining the songwriting inspiration. She gets from her own personal muses and she means by quite literally like Tori says nine muses have been with her since she first started playing music as a kid they feed her bits and pieces of songs but hard work of putting it all together falls on Tori heart. These these muses. They can be very very tough with me and that's fine. They expect a certain amount of work. I have to work for it they. They don't just drop a whole song on me. Usually earlier. Adult Career Tori learned the hard way. What happens when she doesn't pick up what her music dropped down. Yes a Tory. Left the DC piano bars and move to la in her early twenties there. She started a sit-in pop band called. Why can't Torey read? Here's the single big picture off their one and only self titled Album released in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight..
"tori" Discussed on Unladylike
"tori" Discussed on Unladylike
"This year Tories published a new memoir. Slash manifesto called resistance a songwriter story of hope. Change Encourage Kristen. In a Lotta ways. Resistance has defined her career and what still endeared her to fans the kind of Song. She's written the way she's played them and the politics they've given voice to have continually broken. The rules of how female Solo Artists are supposed to perform? And she's still breaking rules to for one thing female. Solo artists are essentially put out to pasture thirty five but fifty six year. Old Tori is in her Cornwall Recording Barn working on a sixteenth album. Yeah and even if you aren't a Tory head you've probably witnessed her pop cultural influence. Oh yeah think of Lady Gaga is most avant garde piano performances or billy eyelashes anti pop queen aesthetic. She talked about how her daughter. Tash has even been like mom. They're cribbing your moves. Yeah I mean I really feel like Tori Amos is the mother of music. I was constantly listening to growing up and obviously I'm still constantly listening to things like Fiona Apple Sarah mclachlan Atlanta's Morissette and solicitors. I cried after we wrapped our interview with her Carolina. You cried yes. I mean. Like by the end of the conversation. I was just so overwhelmed by her warmth and what it took for her to make the music career that ultimately changed a lot of lives. Yeah me too but Carolina. I gotta be honest that I missed the Tori Amos boat growing up like by the time I was in high school and was forming. My own musical tastes. I was way too worried about fitting in to get into an artist like Tori. Who was known by then as like the Superintendent of Mystical feminist which was just not on brand for girls in the early two thousands Brittany? Spears era will kristen. Your ship is finally come in. Because today we're finding out why is Tori Amos such an enduring feminist icon? The Way Torrey tells it she was basically born with music and her blood. She inherited it from her mom's Dad whom she adored. Everybody called him. Papa beautiful tenor voice. He would come off the shift from the factory. They worked in the mills and he would sing to me and we believe that that's what triggered the music. Dna or the music language really came from him and my mother says she always told me that by two and a half. I was playing the piano and it would be hard to reach so they would find ways on their be phone books that I could step onto to climb up to get onto the stool. Remember phone books. Now I guess little piano prodigy is just have to perch on stackable iphone boxes or baby. Tori really was a legit prodigy though like by the time. She could tie her shoes. She was pretty much a classically trained pianist. At the age of five she became the youngest person accepted to the uber prestigious. Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore and fun fact Tori Amos is still. The youngest student ever admitted to peabody problem was Taurean. Peabody weren't a great match like shirt. She could bang out Bach with the best of them at school but at home Tori was secretly falling in love with rock. Gods like led Zeppelin. My mother would be spinning records when once my father went to church in his minister outfit and she would close the door and take off her apron and start playing. Dj and then when my brother would come home from school he would have albums of things that my mother didn't have so they would get me into play everything before my father would come home and he had no idea when I would break out into the stones he thought I was just practicing stuff for the body. Nothing energy wars the devil and then Robert Plant was you know Satan and all that stuff Carolina Tories rebellious streak also reminds me of preachers daughters. I knew growing up. Who were the Queens of sneaking around? Well little toy wasn't much of a sneak when it came to her skepticism about church. Her Grandmother on her Dad's side was always on her about minding her Christian ps and QS and told her dad that Tori didn't know how to love Jesus to which told her dad like Jesus is not the problem. Grandma is the problem. Meanwhile she was also dealing with being by far the youngest student at school. How did being a child prodigy affect you like at that time and also as you were gonNA growing up and finding your own voice will ladies? It is a double edged sword because on one hand you can't process the emotions of others and their expectations. I couldn't anyway at that age. So the idea that you could hold so much promise and then you start to realize. Wait A men. I'm not a concert pianist. That isn't my path that isn't my that is who my skill set. It's it's a particular skill set to be able to play somebody else's work for eight hours a day. Okay and commit your life to that so you have to be one of the best in the world to do that and I'm thinking new. Wait a minute these guys. They were documenting their time. And this was the remember this was the late sixties and the revolution was being driven. When I say the revolutions the change was being driven so much by music and art and so I wanted to be part of that I wanted to document the time so very very early on I started to deviate and that's why I'd have to trick my dad's so he thought I was doing when I suppose to be doing practicing my lessons. So then when I got kicked out of the peabody eleven Dan I think he was brokenhearted. Blessing and I was seen as a failure and somebody that had so much potential and that was a lot to take on so I started smoking. Pot well why did the conservatory kick you out? So you would analyze music in theory you would look at music in be taught theory in a certain way and they were teaching classical. Niro Teaching Jazz but I want them also to look at the songs from the Beatles and somebody said they're not going to be round thirty years time nobody will know who they are and just looked at you me see people you are out of your freaking minds and that was at eleven and that didn't go down so there was a rebelliousness that I guessed I had because I loved this music so much whether it was the Beatles or Joni Mitchell or Nina Simone. Weren't we can go on. And on stevie wonder and they wouldn't allow it at the time and it seemed like wow. I was disappointment to everybody. And that was that was a lot to hold. That's the double edged sword me talking about whole where. Where did this rebelliousness come from? Because I feel like you know a lot of kids might have just said okay. This is my assignment. This is what I'm supposed to do. This is my responsibility. I have to toe the line. But here you are coming to these conclusions about your own voice and this moment in musical time at eleven like where did that street come from so being exposed to such great music just made me more bloody minded. I think to steal from the Brits and just dig my heels in say no. I'm going to write more. I'm going to I'm going to do this. Tori's father remain convinced that she was going to do it too. In fact he was kind of a stage dad and helped her secure her first paying gig at a very surprising venue each week. Thirteen year old Tori. Ammos played a downtown. Dc Gay bar called. Mr Henry's and eventually that earned Tori other piano playing spots bars and hotels around the city. Why do you think your dad though changed his mind and was like okay with you? Playing music like secular music to in a gay bar. I mean that feels like a real pivot. I think it was a pivot. I think with the capital p. I think there is a bit of Mama rose. Gypsy rose Lee Her mother in my father and there is a side to him. Wanted to Billy Graham. So he used drawn to that flame and he wouldn't give up and I don't think he could accept my my failure. He couldn't accept it. I I kind of accepted being kicked out of the peabody because I was writing my own music in secret like you guys are in closets. I'd be writing. Whatever under the bed would ever just creating and when he wasn't around really working toward that but then I think it just need decided. No I'M GONNA get on side and if you're GonNa do this then do it right and do well and be good at it. And with that the child prodigy had become a teenage to professional but before teen pro-tory could become adult POB icon contrary she. I had to learn how to fail. When we come back. Tory flops at the start pop on the charts and introduces us to Hermes says. Don't go anywhere..
"tori" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
"And not as you're saying wait for something even if it's waiting for the muses to come do it they don't just sprinkle the the stardust Every day or every week. Sometimes it's really you know. I call a chop wood. Carry water stuff where you have to go out there. And I'm not sure how you both create but I find that I have to sometimes push it and I listened back and there's some things that really aren't worth going to record so I keep working through it and they're hundreds and hundreds of entries in this audio file that I've been building for the last two years since twenty seventeen. I was on the road. Then after the trump administration got in and now it's documenting those observations than those songs and building the bones building the structures that then I'm collaborating with the energy of the songs themselves and they can deform guide and that's the thing about collaborative experience with ether. Because I I know that the muses exists there are alive. They've always been alive. It's just sometimes I'm not listening. And sometimes I've chosen the commercial path over the spiritual path and when I do that. This is just my experience. I I fall on my face so then I have to remember. What is my intention as an artist? While when I remember that the songs became again I think your book I think resistance is necessary reading for all artists all artists no matter what stage there in in terms of you know whether they're struggling or thinking about it or whether just locked inside right now and have an want to make art so I think you just capture it so perfectly what that creative process feels like like us called chop wood carry water. You have to sit down day after day and face yourself and right even when you don't feel like it but what you do beautifully throughout your book is You let us into your relationship with the muses and that is what allows you to show up and face yourself is this reminder that you're not alone and you're surrounded by the great artists throughout history their energy their spirits coming through who have walked this path before you and so. That's what I think is so inspiring about reading. Your book is that you let us into all. The relationships is spiritual relationships sustained you. There are all these years of breaking through and making your art and like you said out creating them there in taken out take moments in a project for me and so sometimes to really get those fires going. I have to intake so breathing artists whether it's film books visual art the dance world. Whatever it is sometimes it's history sometimes. It's all kinds of things.
"tori" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Will you actually what are one of my favorite people go to save money and i will actually might have to say rama noodles okay. It's so funny because i feel like i've been really dropping the ball my instagram game lately. I mean you've gotta. Give me some tips because i'm not ready for this whole like surgery and yet they're going to do you just fine. I feel like just you first of all. You're very well. Spoken and i feel like you have a lot of encouraging things to say so you're going to be people want to hear them. But of course they do cares they. They don't have choice. They're going to favorite date night activity with tony. That's a good one. Can you think on it for a second second course thinking about what he would say. I'm trying to think about what my favorite date night. Activity would be minds. Just like mine would be going with jason. We live on a golf course so just going to like like hit. A couple balls at the driving range have a drink and then come home like play cards. I love that yeah yeah. I would say we're actually doing this next weekend. I'm so excited lighted but tony's family has a house on the coast of oregon and there's this one spot like right outside his house. It's a park bench might just sitting on the park bench in the blanket with a glass of wine the best like my favorite thing in the whole time heaven and we go in. We'd same thing play games of the leeann. It's so fun we go crabbing. I love crabbiness ascribing and clamming and then we make all fresh fish and having a whole fish jenner yeah so we're we're going crappy next week. That's so fun so fun fun. Okay that's awesome. That's a good one of oregon yeah no kidding. That's i'm this jason living in seattle because i loved going out to to that side lived in seattle no no he's from buffalo brand buffalo but lived in seattle for a couple of years <hes> favourite trip you've ever taken croatia dubrovnik kershaw how i studied in london for five weeks and then that was our next stop. You've done so much for your age. Yeah it's amazing. It's so cool though it is. I feel like i'm so blessed guy seriously. I'm so blessed. I've gotten to do so many amazing things. I have mazing life yeah. There's there's definitely been hard moments but you know it makes the better moments better yeah. I hear you so favourite t._v. Show at the moment. I think on that too well. I'm rewatching gary's anatomy for the fifth time with diarrhea. Do i need to watch it yeah ever seen it. You need to watch it just like power our through. It's like i'm working on my laptop and like don't really need to pay attention show wednesday. That's my favorite show. <hes> i think my favorite rich show would probably be big allies right now is i'm abso- good and reese witherspoon as my spare animal she you should try meteoroid here. I forgot she's here. I was gonna go to draper james james yes but i didn't have time so maybe today i've heard i've many friends national. That've either done her makeup or done something with her that she is even better in person like she is literally in my in my idol her in big little lies is going to be a mom one hundred one. I love that. I love that jane lightly blonde is like yes everything and last favourite piece of advice you've ever received. I was gonna say one but it kind of contradicts the second best advice that i've ever gone well. Well okay so go with me on this. Okay okay. We'll one beside this. I don't know if it's gonna make sense. Kill 'em with kindness. I think that's just the number one always like if you stay kind of people and know that people have their own story in their own life happening and you just go into this world kindness you know people. May maybe mean to you back but as long as kind good karma is everything. I need to learn from this. I try. I'm a big factors. I really liked backing the classic mac wow well beyond yeah. Don't cross me. I will come out you but i try to kill him with. I'm gonna i'm gonna try and then i was gonna say which i think is really important integrates as chief actor even in our twenties especially in college and beyond we say everything and my advice i got was to say everything like don't move miss out on opportunities and that's why i've experienced so much in my life is i've said yes. There's so many things but at the same time the older i get like safer no yeah i know like do what you want. Don't do things that you make you feel uncomfortable or like aren't going to benefit you and life experience the world experience life the way you want to don't let other people here pressure you into doing stuff. You don't wanna do 'cause. There's some things you should do that that make you uncomfortable but not in a bad way you know there's there's uncomfortable uncomfortable but there's uncomfortable like taking a stepping outside the box and something new i don't. I like that all right. Well that's it. Oh no you had to confess to me. We're going to end it with a confession. Come on you. Were were you like head of your sorority. Oh yeah i mean there's stories there but illegal. Did i mean i've definitely done some illegal stuff in my day. Okay well share mike. How are we talking here well. I'm only going to be broadcasted to thousands of people. The cops come after me. No i've had some pretty crazy conversions versions. I'm trying to think of something that my mom wouldn't kill me for saying okay yeah all right. She's probably gonna listen hundred percent listen yeah literally from when i was fifth grade in fifth grade girl and <hes> so sad i was the new girl just moved from california and we had field day and and my teacher had to do like this relay where you'd put on his clothes. He's like seven foot tall like super bag and put on the clothes did fine and then i went to take them. I'm off and i took off my pants with it and i was wearing these like bright blue elmo underwear. No i was fifth grade. I was like ten or eleven so aside makes you want to go hug you. I know i like i like was mortified. I didn't want to go to school for like a whole year but it turned out okay. I don't talk to any of those people anymore so it doesn't really matter her of course like private catholic school and like difficulties you. I a little bit to preface. There is twenty five people in my class. Yeah and there's only like five or six guys. All the guys were so just like evil and manipulating super fifth grade. Yeah sounds about right yeah. Oh my gosh. I remember fifth grade boys. They're telling me like if i didn't kiss then like that. I wouldn't be on their top three liz. My space ubt doc fees fifth grade. Okay how old i know yes middle school for me. Probably like six or seven takes crazy yeah well anyways. Thank you so much for being on my podcast this highly going to resonate with my listeners and i really appreciate it and now we get to do yours yours..
"tori" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"You're so nine that too. I find that too. I i can't remember somebody. Set it on the podcast but somebody said or maybe it was me as you. You said you said it like i think at the launch party because you're talking about the bachelorette and the bachelor and how like you you he joined together and you're like twenty five women living in a house but like everyone says they'll be supportive and then it falls apart right. It's one thing to say you're an empowering person and to says say that women's support win but it's another thing to actually do it right and and i think that's what people are. There's a disconnect there especially in the workplace yes on so that's what's kind of a side part of she factor is we're working with companies to help them identify how well they're doing hiring women retaining woman and and advancing women into leadership so that's the other side of she factor that isn't as public right but it's so important and women in these companies just harry each other down like all the time and they don't support each other it actually men are more supportive of each other and professional environment than ruler which it's just because we get petty jealous and not just in our nature and then there's hormones involved not to mention. We're so it's just messy see yeah. So how do we push that aside. Get authentic with each other. Get real about our issues. Okay gelson my promotion like telling more about that like flips again then like yeah. That's what these conversations during these. She factor vita is they're going to be about. I bet you could figure out so much from just having such an authentic conversation like that like it might make you feel small all in the moment but to figure out why i i mean i save that conversation for my therapist like this way and then i can figure it out at the end by the end of like that's where it's coming from. We call that in sales care frontier. Oh i wanna use that good. Is there anything else you wanted to touch on what she factor or do you think we covered it all because i have a game play with you know. I think just how thankful we've been. You've been a part of a you've just gone above and beyond on for us and we're so happy because you are so unbranded. It's crazy well. I just really really really believe and i think you can hear it. Genuinely believe what you guys are doing anything. It's so important written and i want to spread the word and i think i just love. It and i wish i had something like that. I mean i i turned out just fine but i do wish i had something like that in my twenties and just when i felt lost and a united a couple of close friends but i don't feel like there was a community behind it. I i just really believe in what you guys are doing. We'll see so it's the she factor dot com the she factor dot com and get demean full frank. That's okay though the she factor dot com the that she factor and then i'll be running our podcast which i'm super excited about launching in august at torrey an all you can follow me to get more updates on that too perfect and tell me again the is the podcast called chief actor cast yet breezy since i'd that's great that's like me. I'm like people working at kaylynn bristow on twitter and instagram kalem roseau dot com just killing bristow. Okay yeah just cable breath okay so we're going to play just so people get to know you a little better as as the person <hes> we're just gonna play favorites okay. It's funny because well. Maybe i shouldn't tell you. Have you play hotseat during my father. I love that eh switching. That's great. I love any games. I'm like this is a really tough game. Just tell me your favorite way to spend a weekend. Ooh on the water <hes> beach beach lake river on the biggest lake guy in the world like i just love being on the lake. Yes it's amazing came favorite person to follow or account to follow on instagram..
"tori" Discussed on AP News
"Tori, McFarland was a field level analyst for most of last season before moving upstairs for the final two games. Jason Witten is out he lasted only one season after deciding to end his retirement and rejoin the Dallas Cowboys, however last season three men commentary team didn't really gel and struggled as Witton tried to make the transition from the field to the booth. The ratings didn't suffer though, they were up eight percent from twenty seventeen before deciding to stick with the two man team ESPN reportedly reached out to Peyton Manning. Earning but informal discussions went nowhere. Also back for her eighth season sideline. Reporter Lisa salters who signed a multi year deal. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says he won't agree to extradition to the us where he's accused of conspiring to hack into a Pentagon computer is AP correspondent serious shaklee reports of British judge says an extradition case against Assange will take many months at the court hearing Assange said he will not surrender to exit dish in for doing what he called John and the has won many awards. Assange a pit at Westminister magistrates court by video link from London's Belmarsh prison where he's serving fifty weeks sentence for skipping banning two thousand twelve and taking refuge in the embassy of Ecuador at the time. He was facing extradition to Sweden for questioning over rape and sexual assault. Made by two women seven shaklee London. A Star Wars. Character has died. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Peter Mayhew, the actor who portrayed the gentle giant to buck in the Star Wars series with seventy four years old. He says that they dubbed in the sound of a bear for his line. The noisy own federal..