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Dolphins halt Allen, survive 'butt punt' to beat Bills
"A Lake gold line stand help the dolphins secure a 21 19 win over the bills Miami took the lead with about ten minutes left Buffalo took over and went on an 8 minute drive before it was stalled on the Miami two Two a ton of valoa threw for 186 yards and a touchdown He briefly left the game in the second quarter For turning after halftime despite appearing to be disoriented by a head injury It was uncomfortable going in I guess you could say it was the adrenaline that was keeping me going with the throwing The bills lost despite Josh Allen who passed for 400 yards and two touchdowns I'm Dave ferry
Cedric the Entertainer Hits Herschel Walker in New Attack Ad
"Listen to Cedric the Entertainer. One of these show business types who participated in an ad, blasting Herschel Walker, they're throwing everything, including the kitchen sink at Republicans who look like they're going to have a path to victory in states like Georgia. I'll give you a few seconds, not too much, but a little bit of Cedric, the entertainer who decided to veer away from his show business career and become a political activist for Rafael Warnock. Hey, what's up, y'all, said the entertainer, how you doing, everybody, listen. We got big election stuff coming up right now. I need everybody to get involved. We got to stop. You got to fight against the ignorance that's going on out there, especially in the state of Georgia. Law, you know they said life is like a box of chocolates where Hershey's walker is one of these chocolates that you don't want. You know the ones where you get a box of salt and maybe that's him. I mean, the man is ridiculous, though. I mean, some of the stuff he's saying, we just got to be very concerned about the educational system one, two, two, we already got senators that's like, you know, Maury Taylor this crazy than a mug. We don't need to add no more crazy to that mix. You hear me? The message
Steelers get late FG in OT after Watt injured vs Bengals
"Crazy afternoon of football went the Steelers way as they escaped Cincinnati with a 23 20 overtime win Chris Boswell missed a field goal in the extra session but got another opportunity and made good on a 53 yarder as time expired It's just a matter if I get a no shot most of the time in that situation You missed the first one You don't get another one And just fortunate enough that the team let us right back down and we got another one and it went in Down 17 6 at the half the Bengals rallied to tie the score at 20 on a 6 yard pass from Joe burrow to Jamar chase with two seconds left in regulation but Evan McPherson's attempt at a game winning PAT was blocked which brought on overtime McPherson also missed a field goal in OT I'm Bruce Morton
The Democrats Do Stuff That We Don't Do...
"Democrats do stuff that we don't do, okay? If you remember Pete Sessions years ago, always saying, you know, winners do what, you know, what losers don't do. And what we've watched in the four years, three and a half years of the Democrats being back in power. People forget, Democrats have only controlled the House for 8 years in the past almost 30. Right. 8 years in the past 30. So again, for Republicans to claim, you know, now, here's why we can claim that how much bad is because in those 8 years, four and four, they've done more in those four years than frankly, a lot of times we've done in a lot of the times we've had. And how they do it, and you've watched this on the floor. They know that their number is, say, two, two, 18 is the constitutional number, but if there's less in the house is to it. All right, we got to get 218 votes. That means I don't care how we get here. If some of you want to vote no, then if we don't get it to 18, then you're going to vote yes. You're going to be a part of this and they brought ideological parties along. At some point, Republicans, especially getting and you've talked about this, I've talked about this to get that best bill we can, it's a team effort, and you can't have moderates, you can't have conservative. You can't have middle of the road or saying, oh, no, no, no, no, no. But we've got to get this passed and you get that 90% Bill. And for some of them it'll be a hard swallow, but they're not going to lose their election. They're not doing moral convictions.
No. 2 Ohio State wears down No. 5 Notre Dame 21-10
"Second ranked Ohio State score two second half touchdowns to knock off number 5 Notre-Dame 21 to ten in the opening game for these two traditional college football powers The finding Irish led ten 7 and a half time and held that lead until the final minute of the third quarter when the buckeyes took the lead for good on a 24 year old touchdown pass to Xavier Johnson from CJ Stroud It was the second TD pass of the game thrown by the Heisman Trophy favorite We got the win and it's one of us gets the number 5 team in the country kudos in order day and they did some good things and that's a really tough first game Oh how states defense shut out Notre-Dame over the final 42 minutes forcing puns on the last 6 Irish possessions I'm Tom
Michigan high court asked to OK ballot question on abortion
"Michigan high court has been asked to okay a ballot question on abortion I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest An abortion rights group has asked the Michigan Supreme Court to approve a November ballot question on whether the right to abortion should be enshrined in the state's constitution reproductive freedom for all filed its request with a high court after the state canvassing board rejected the ballot question a day earlier That body deadlocked two two on partisan grounds with a pair of Republican commissioners citing what they called spacing errors in the petitions calling for the ballot question the high court will have to decide on the issue before next Friday Abortion rights supporters say it's important for state residents to be able to wait in on the abortion question especially because of a 1931 law that would ban all abortions except to save the life of the mother the law has been blocked by months of court battles I'm Lisa dwyer
Adam Laxalt: Catherine Cortez Masto Voted for 87,000 More IRS Agents
"And she is a foot soldier for Biden Did she not vote for 87,000 new IRS agents Exactly You know if she was this great moderate then maybe you could count on her breaking with Joe Matt Manchin once in a while but no one has ever heard of her name which means that's because she never breaks on the big bills and she voted for the quote unquote inflation reduction bill I don't think that was even a debate mark that didn't even take two seconds She's in the bank Biden can always count on her Chuck Schumer Schumer can always count on her And this is the end of the day while we're going to win this race because people are fed up with the Democrats being in charge of this country
Schauffele's burst cuts into Scheffler lead at East Lake
"Scottie scheffler continues to lead the tour championship but Xander schauffele is lurking Scheffler entered the second round with a 5 shot edge before carding a four under 66 I feel like I've given myself a lot of looks I've kept the ball in position for the most part I maybe had a couple bad swings off the tee today but other than that you know give myself a lot of looks Shaft fleet closed the gap with a 63 that puts him alone in second two shots back Shall fully finish birdie birdie eagle to make up four shots on Friday John rom Matt schaffle 63 to get to 13 under One ahead of Patrick cantlay and sun JM I'm Dave ferry
Judge 48th HR, Yanks beat Mets 4-2 to sweep Subway Series
"The research in Yankees won their third in a row finishing off a two game sweep of the mets in their latest subway series four to two Andrew benintendi had the key late RBA hit for the third straight game His 7th inning single broke a two two tie to give the angst the lead for good One out later Aaron judge single told him another run for a major league leading total of 105 Judge earlier hit his 48th home run of the season That's why we play this game is from almost like that That along with a great team like that back and forth or putting up around the room putting up runs Crowd was into it It was a fun night tonight The mets loaded the bases with two out in the top of the 9th but why'd you Peralta came in to get Francisco and door to fly out Time Arian New York
Odorizzi Ks 7, Harris homers; Braves top Pirates 2-1
"Michael Harris the second's two run home run in the 5th proved to be enough as the braves beat the pirates two to one Harris opposite field shot was his 13th long ball of the season Two three years in the minors I don't think I had ten added up so I have 13 now I'm really surprised I'm just trying to go out there and make hard contact J go to rezi toss 6 innings of one run ball striking out 7 as the braves won for a 12th time in 14 games O'Neill Cruz hit his tenth home run for the pirates ronzi Contreras allowed just the two runs over 7 innings but took the loss Josh Valtteri Pittsburgh
Ramirez has 3 hits, drives in 2 as Rays beat Royals 3-2
"Harold Ramirez had three hits and two RBIs for the raids and a three two victory over the royals Ramirez provided a pair of RBI singles The last snapping a two two tie in the 5th inning He's hit safely in 5 straight games since returning from a broken thumb Christian bethancourt added a Homer to Tampa Bay 7th win in 9 games The rays received four and a third score of sittings of relief after Ryan yarbrough tossed 82 pitches Sean Armstrong picked up the win in Pete Fairbanks notch the save Kansas City starter Zack Greg he was lifted after allowing two runs and 5 hits over four innings I'm Dave ferry
Donald Trump Jr.: The FBI Showed up With the Hostage Rescue Team
"It's beyond inconceivable. You know, if you were a Hollywood script writer and you pitched a plot for a movie that said that the lawyer who represented Jeffrey Epstein's team and people who worked for Jeffrey Epstein became a federal judge and then of all the thousands of judge judges in the country, he's the one who signed off on this Mar-a-Lago search warrant, which evidently allowed them to seize every single document generated during the four years of the Trump administration, which should have been the biggest red flag imaginable, but honest to goodness done, you wouldn't, that wouldn't pass muster. They'd laughed that writer out of the pitch room. That screenwriter would have been thrown out of Hollywood for publishing something unrealistic, and yet it's there. It's happening on a daily basis. We're seeing it before our very eyes. And it's just, you know, it's clearly a political vendetta. They have weaponized the FBI. I've been thinking about this but it wasn't like a couple of bureaucrat agents showed up to Mar-a-Lago to exercise this war. We heard about how desperate it was. And yet, you know, the Merrick Garland was weighing on it for weeks and months. Like I thought, you know, he had to nuclear codes. Remember that one last time? He still had him. It's incredible. He must have taken the nuclear football from The White House. They showed up with the FBI's hostage rescue team for your listeners who don't know what that is. That's like the field teams of the FBI. Right. You know, now I understand that like three weeks ago, there was a narrative that took about two seconds to disprove, although the January 6th inquisition committee didn't want to hear from the actual Secret Service, but there was the narrative that Donald Trump had choked out two young, heavily armed, very fit secret agents at the age of 75. During the January 6th to go be with his supporters, that took about two seconds to disprove, but they still ran with it for, you know, days and probably weeks.
Tuchel, Conte clash as Chelsea, Tottenham draw 2-2 in EPL
"There was a wild finish to Tottenham's two two draw with Chelsea which featured an equalizer by Harry Kane in the 6th minute of stoppage time managers Antonio Conte and Thomas Tuchel go to each other in the second half and were eventually shown red cards following a postgame shoving match Tuchel felt both spurs goals should have been wiped out by infractions I can not understand how the first call is not off site and I can not understand since when players can be pulled by their hair stay on the pitch pull other people's hair stay on the pitch and attack in the last corner The antagonism began when Conte barged into the chest of Tuco following Tottenham's first equalizer in the 68th minute I'm Dave fairy
Kiner-Falefa helps Yankees squeeze past Red Sox 3-2
"A safety squeeze led the Yankees to just their second win in ten games three two at Boston Isaiah kinder falafel provided the tie breaking bun in the 9th inning to give Aaron Boone his 400th career when his Yankees manager Kind of falafel also hit his first Yankee home run tying the game two two in the 5th inning Andrew benintendi sparked the 9th fitting rally with a one out double Boston scored its runs in the fourth inning on a hit by pitch and a sacrifice fly a rolled as Chapman got four outs for the victory Scott afros worked a rocky 9th inning for his second save allowing a pair of one out singles before closing it out I'm Dave ferry
Harris' late blast lifts Braves to 4-3 win over Marlins
"Michael Harris the second had two hits including a two run Homer that broke a two two tie in the 8th inning of the braves four three win over the Marlins Matt Olson also went deep as Atlanta moved within 6 and a half games of the NO east leading mets The braves bullpen came through with 5 innings of four hit ball with Tyler working a scoreless 7th to get the win Kenley Janssen walked two in the knife before getting his 25th save The Marlins had 12 hits but were just one for 14 with runners in scoring position It was their 25th one run loss I'm Dave fairy
Why Trump Routinely Dominates Straw Polls Like the Recent CPAC One
"At the recent cpac conference in Dallas, which concluded this weekend there was a straw poll. And the results of the straw poll reported pretty widely in the media. Trump 69%, this is for 2024. Desantis 23% and pretty tellingly, Cruz 2% Pompeo, Nikki Haley, Rand Paul, Kristi Noem all 1%, and by the way, notice who's not there. Mike Pence 0%. Wow. Now, I want to try to explain the Trump phenomenon here because there are some people who say and I've been seeing this on social media that desantis is much more kind of error free than Trump. Desantis doesn't make Trump's mistakes. He is very effective as Trump is in hitting back at the media. They both have that kind of fortitude, but desantis is less ad hominem, desantis is in some ways certainly in terms of his personal life. He seems unbelievably clean, caught, he's got the sort of perfect resume. So why is it? Why is it then that Trump is consistently not just ahead, but way ahead? I mean, Trump is over two thirds of the vote. And desantis is desantis numbers only improve if you take Trump out of the equation. So what's going on here? Well, I want to try to explain this in an unusual way. The writer Scott Fitzgerald, this is the author, of course, of The Great Gatsby and a number of other important books. Scott Fitzgerald, once said something very poignant and I think very illuminating. He said, he said, I've got the two second best things to have. But I don't have the two best things to have. And he went on to explain that the second best things to have in his view were good looks and intelligence and Scott Fitzgerald goes, I got those two. But he goes, but the two best things to have are animal magnetism, animal magnetism, and money.
Liverpool stumbles, Tottenham impresses in EPL openers
"Liverpool opened its schedule with a lackluster two two draw with recently promoted Fulham at craven cottage Alexander mitrovic gave Fulham a pair of weeds The last coming on a penalty kick in the 72nd minute but red's newcomer Darwin Nunez came off the bench to help his team avoid a stunning loss scoring in the 64th minute and setting up most salad in the 81st Mitrovic was a handful for Liverpool defenders Trent Alexander Arnold and Virgil van DIJK mitrovic out jumped Alexander Arnold for a header goal and was pulled down by Van Dyck in the box to set up the penalty kick I'm Dave ferry
Contreras hits 2-run HR in 8th as Cubs beat Marlins 2-1
"Tyler O'Neill's three run home run steps at two two 7 8 and propels the Cardinals to a 7 to two win over the cubs to complete a double header sweep Really good feeling for me Let alone the motion of the doggo and the boys are fired up for me So let's get feels out there Very enjoyable And hopefully a lot more to come Nolan are not always a two run blast for the cards Patrick wisdom goes deep for Chicago Jose Quintana gives up one run on one hit over 6 innings in his redbird debut The Cardinals and brewers now share the top spot in the eno central
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"And then when you think about UK black pride, for example, and you're talking about not having any role models, do you feel like that's doing great stuff? I mean, I love lady Phil and all of that. A lady feel what happened. By the way, I can what's that person. What? I think it's doing quite a bit of good because, you know, seeing her on November was in diva mag and she's on the front coverage, looks amazing. She's gone in and you know, she's from, you know, like maybe my parents generation or even, yeah. And it's just nice for our parents to see that and see, okay, so there's, you know, there's a queer black lady who age group, you know? And it's just good to be. That's interesting, yeah. Yeah. She's definitely young. She's definitely younger than me. Is in between here. It's in between, isn't it? Yeah. I suppose she is because she's a bit older. It doesn't stack up that if people are saying, where have you got these ideas from? It's like, no, it's not a new thing. I didn't get it off Instagram. It helps sort of understand that it's something that's been around for thousands of years and we're all just the same. And I know you've said you've actually got a lot of straight listeners, but what are the challenges facing young black queer kids today? Is there any specifics around that? I think so. I think it's like even though they have more language, they have more representation. I still think it can be hard for some of them. So we definitely have come across young people who are a bit displaced because they're queer and they're black. So that is still a problem now. Yeah, I think sometimes it's how the two coexist. So again, people might ask you to pick one, which one's more important, which fight about both of them, they both exist in a part of the exist equally part of our identity and not one is more important than ever..
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"It's literally so rose's eyes are light up. Idea, I like it. Cool. Yeah, I had heard that as well. And so it was like, oh, let's have a look at that because I think it's out now. It's literally out there. It's very cinematic now. Do you remember how it started and how it is now, like it's so like, it's like a movie now. It just looks incredible. It's big in America, right? Because Drake and Zach or something. Yeah, yeah. He is even in that Canada as well. Do they have similar slang? Sorry, I forget Drake's Canadian is and then you're reading anything else you'd like to shout out, recommendations wise, any music, any of you think he should have escaped by Jade LB. Okay. She'll have a podcast called echo chamber podcast, which is really good parts. They had their last ever episode last week. But if you get to go back and listen to all their episodes, it's great. They'll be a comeback, you know it. Yes. I'm hoping that this one, yeah. And I hope there's thousands more of your episodes as well. It's such a joy to listen to. And this has been so nice to chat. So thank you so much for taking the time to hang out. Thank you so much for having us. Listeners, if you want to get in touch, go to at homo sapiens on Instagram at homo sapiens podcast on Facebook, particularly with your agony uncles, maybe rosa nano help us out with some more 'cause their advice was a hell of a lot better than mine. And email your comments and questions to hello at homo sapiens podcast dot com and listen to tutus which is our every Wednesday. The pair of you, thank you so much. Thank you. All right, listeners. Thanks so much. Bye now. The next time you order up some calamari. Stop for a minute and think. Where does this actually come from? This summer, foreign policy is partnering with the Walton family foundation to bring you a new podcast. The catch. Each episode offers a behind the scenes look at the current state of global fishing by tracking squid. From the waters off the coast of Peru to the processing plants all the way to the restaurants and finally your plate. Join us as we learn what squid tells us about the state of our oceans follow and listen to the catch wherever you get your podcasts..
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"They just thought that cuddling on the sofa while watching a movie or hello, goodbye kiss was not appropriate. And the shared areas of the house. I went to a whirlwind of emotions quite rightly, whoever this person is, I think it's anonymous. It felt like I had been hit by a truck. He was confused why I wouldn't just conform to these rules and life would go on. I cried to myself to sleep that night feeling completely alone disgusting and so unsure of every interaction friendship I ever had. That was the last night I slept in that house. Two friends, a gay couple took me in and really looked after me so well. I now have the most amazing queer group of friends that really are my family. I live in a queer house with love and match gayness, think Dolly Parton themed dress up parties, yes. It took me 6 years to actually start dealing with what happened to me. I just put up a front that I was fine. Some of my friends just can't seem to understand that feeling of not belonging being wanted anywhere. This is a sidebar. I've got the running order for the show that I'm looking at right. It says, do enter that it says emails. And then underneath the email, it says Idris Elba because I was going to ask you about Idris Elba, but it looks like it's from Idris Elba. It looks like it's signed. It's so normal. So have you two ever had this kind of stuff in your home living with flatmates and stuff that sort of slight policing of queerness, I suppose. Definitely in the house in my parents house. Yeah, definitely, you know, our parents still call our significant others, our friend, not they can't just do something, they just can't bring themselves to say girlfriend. Yeah. So we are policed. We don't feel comfortable to be like, you know, affectionate and all of that stuff. But I think it's so different. This situation is different because they've moved outside their parents house and they're probably ranking. And they should feel safe in that space. They pay rent in. You know?.
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"Is I mean it's interesting, isn't it? Because one of the words it says in this question is is it wrong to resent my family for thinking it's easier to hide my sexuality from my homophobic grandfather? Resentment is terrible. It eats you from the inside. So I would say to this person, let's try and get away from resentment and let's try and manage it another way. I completely agree with what you're saying. It's like people are all like tiptoeing around the old people. They learn shit when they need to. And I don't think we should give them that bandwidth sometimes I'm like, what? You know, it's not fair. And also, given a chance, see what they say, given the chance to say whether they care or not, because we worry often we worry a lot on people's behalf of like, oh, what are they going to do? And also what's weird and unweighted in that whole decision is like, the grandparent is being given ultra respect and you're being given none. And that says something about what you think deserves more respect. So there's actually a bit of homophobia going on from the people wanting to hide it, not the grandfather, because why do I why do they get more than I do? It's really like you said as well is it's about speaking to your family and not trying to get rid of resentment, sit them down and say this is not acceptable what are we going to do? Let's make a decision together, right? I think so I think the resentment is just, it's too heavy on your heart. Yeah. Yeah, it makes you really does make you angry. For yourself, I will say free yourself. Free yourself, love it. Okay, we've got one final question. What do I do if I find out my boyfriend is on grindr? Oh. I've had so many people say that their boyfriend's on price. Yeah. Without their knowledge. How do you know that your boyfriend's in ground? Well, you do it on granddaughter. Or maybe someone told him on grindr. Yeah, maybe. Oh, they've gone through the phone. Oh, they've completely in the middle. Clearly, there's no chance here. Have you two ever gone through the phone? Of another half. I have. I did, but I did it because they went through my phone first. Okay. You know two wrongs don't make a right. Do you know what? If I was quite a secure person until they went through my phone, then I thought my phone did they have something to hide a bit. Okay, so nana, did you find anything when you went through the phone? No. No, okay, good. So you felt guilty. Did they ever find out that you did it? Yes, I told them. That was good. Oh, wow, good on you. I'm surprised. And then rose, what about you? Oh, I found tons. No. I found so much. And she still denied everything. Yeah, we broke up, and we got back together anyway. And then we broke up again. Okay. I am guessing what's going on with this one is what happens a lot is that I find this and I'm sure this versions of this for everyone on the queer spectrum or whatever, but like a lot of my gay friends will say, you know that so and so who's in a monogamous relationship because it was open who cares. But like you know that they're on grindr and you're like how and you're like because they started talking to me as like some torso pick and then they sent some picks and they're like oh my God, that's so and so who I know is boyfriend. So what do you think in that situation? Is it a confront or is it? I think we recognize who the person is. You should say, I know you are so and so is a boyfriend. Right, okay. Tell him if the partner actually finds out so all of this if the partner actually finds out that the boyfriend is on grant, do they come across them, they have to compromise, absolutely. And do you confront an angry way or do you say, hey, it seems to me like there's a version of this relationship that you want that you're not getting. I open. I think that you have to make sure it's calm and you have to really. If it's of God. I love that. So could you pass me the potatoes, please? Right, I saw you on grindelwald. And it'll be starting. You can tell that they're lying. Yeah. Yeah. And also, if you're eating, they can't really get up and just leave. So then they kind of have to stick around and you keep it cash. I like that. You have to keep it. You can't let them, you can't be angry, you can't raise your voice. You have to be calm, if it's okay, darling, you can tell me. So is that roads I'm learning so much about you. So this is how rose approaches confrontation. This is definitely how I do it. So it's gentle and then suddenly you're like, oh, I can feel a knife in me and twisting. What is it? You look down you're like, they got me. Nana, how about you in confrontation? Where do you land? I'm not making a lovely roast. 'cause Oxford flour I need to ask you something, are you on grindr? He has to be in person as well. Yeah, absolutely. Okay, always in person. Does the person you're asking have a right to get angry if they had gone to your phone through their phone to find the information? So this is that's what my ex-girlfriend did. It became about me going through her phone. Rather than classic deflection. Yeah, exactly. No, but what we're going to do is deal with the fact that you on grindr first before we do the fact that I went for your film. Yeah. You can do it both. Look at that. So what rose would say at that point would say main course is you going through this and then dessert is me going through your phone. I like it. Okay, good. Thank you both for guiding us through our agony uncle woes. Should we do a bit of culture club just to wrap up in our final couple of minutes? Coach club where we talk about what our listeners are watching and reading and all the rest of it. Rate in D.C. creighton or something, Diana Ross, particularly love hangover, that's what they're listening to. I see. James AD has been listening to after the tone, podcast, do you know that one? Scotty, do you know after the tone? You'd like it, it's funny. Okay. Samuel's been watching suspicion on Apple. What are you two watching at the moment? Are you watching anything? I'm watching young Africa and famous on Netflix. Oh yeah. Yeah. Is it good? It's very scandalous. It is. Really? Yeah, there's like one queer person. He's just like most unproblematic one on there. Yeah, he's the best. Yeah. Yeah. Okay, well that's good. And then what are you watching? I'm watching Killing Eve at the moment. Season 27. What's happened and not the last year? This is a lot going on. We were just watching Peaky Blinders yesterday. I was like, how does anyone follow this? What is going on? I need to start that. I had as good as well. I know, I'm sure it's great, and it's season four, and I just started watching expecting to know what's going on. But you feel behind already, you know what I mean? Someone's been reading heart stoppers by Alice oseman. Have you two seen that tool? It's like a queer illustrated book, maybe a comic. They're amazing. Someone else is watching top boy. So that's new season now. How do you two ever watch that? Yeah. You haven't started the new season yet, but we are. There is a queer masculine sent in women in it. We need to get into it. Yeah. Have them on your podcast. Yeah..
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"Making someone feel valued for being there, you know? Like, why should you be in the process as the performer educating the person who's doing your hair or your makeup on how to do that? It's not. It's not right. But hopefully it feels like it's changing. I've seen bits where I feel like it is, and then I see things where I'm like, don't seem like it is. It is, we had a campaign and we had a white and UA. Should I make up what was great? I have to say that it's basically a lot of say anyway. Really? Yeah, yeah. So she did a really good job, yeah. And when you say you two did a campaign, is this are we edging towards the Idris Elba conversation? This was the more recently, so we did one of less. Oh, nice. Yeah, so that was that was during the LGBT stream month. Wow, okay, so let's talk about Idriss, and it was Sabrina as well. Tell me, how did it happen? Tell us everything for those who don't know. Okay, so rewind. It would be like 6 months before. We found that at Sabrina, listen to the podcast. And yeah, so I think they have like a little lose missiles, and we were in there as a recommendation for podcast listen to and then maybe like 6 months later after that. We just got email from their team at sable labs, saying that they wanted to buy us a billboard. And we were just really shocked because, oh, okay. Yeah, so we sent them lots of pictures and there's a lot of back and forth and then we just got this video message and I inbox from idris and Sabrina. And them seen our names. We just start screaming. They say no names. And the billboard went up in Hackney. We're both from Hackney so that it was we didn't know it was going to be in Hackney. So that was amazing..
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"Really see much representation. And then even in our early 20s as well, everyone was on YouTube and everyone was American. So we sort of think about we are British, our culture, and with different Americans. And just how exists and they would deliver different languages as well. It's just a different. So we just wanted to see ourselves. None of that doesn't even like the camera. But here we are. I didn't, Chris. Really? None of you make such good content. You're stuck now. The pair of you. It's funny that American thing, though, isn't it? Because I do feel like we find versions of ourselves in American culture and actually then don't do the jump of like, but hang on where's the English culture version? And that doesn't seem to be changing. In a weird way, like look at the euphoria, the amazing queer representation in that. What's the English euphoria? Yeah. I've actually heard someone else ask that as well, but they visit one. Did you watch euphoria? I did watch it yet. What did you think? I felt that season two was a bit of a waste. A lot of time wasted beautiful. Beautiful. Beautiful. Sam is talking, he has a way with the camera, but in terms of like the story we could have got a bit more. It wasn't that it wasn't juicy enough. Really interesting. None of the film maker. Yes, so none of you do well, the pair of you do about a million different things, right? None of you are a filmmaker and a writer, is that right? That's correct. And you did a film that was in flair, BFR. Yeah, yeah. What was the name of that again? Very exciting. And then rose, you've got a whole beauty line, right? So I love luxury skin care. So I just every day, a few times a day. May I say you're glowing today. Thank you. Thank you. And you are as well, none of you are as well, 'cause she's probably giving you the products. Oh, wow. And how did you get into that rose? A lot of my interest, I'm not going to lie. It's really ruining the updates. I love that. Some people go to Tinder for a day. You go for a job. I go for the interest for job ideas. Yeah, you know, I'm just going for it. And my girlfriend is also a beauty journalist as well. So she has a lot of PR packages and I just try everything. So I feel a lot of it. Where are we at with beauty for black skin? Is it improving? Yeah, it's improved there's a lot of companies that are coming up and black lines even for hair care as well. But there's also a lot of new black owned companies that come up, especially doing a lockdown and gets people a lot of people have time. So a lot of people have to launch their Orlando and do really, really well..
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"Each episode offers a behind the scenes look at the current state of global fishing by tracking squid. From the waters off the coast of Peru to the processing plants all the way to the restaurants and finally your plate. Join us as we learn what squid tells us about the state of our oceans follow and listen to the catch wherever you get your podcasts. Hello, welcome to part two of our delightful chat with two two podcasts. If you haven't had part one, head back to the feed listen to part one. If you have already heard part one, here's part two. Since you started, have you noticed a change, like do you feel, I mean, so for example, I started homo sapiens with will in 2017, I mean, it's so weird how much the world has changed since. You would Scrabble around for a piece of content that was queer related to talk about each week. And now it's like there's ten things each week, like two blockbuster movies, four books, you know, how have you seen any changes? I think we've seen changing. We started in 2019. And we had to do too long. But yeah, there's always have to talk about it. But in the beginning, we did wonder, what are we going to talk about? We're going to do this week. How are you going to find things to talk about? And that's why we had so many guests because we thought, okay, they could bring something new, but now there's so much to talk about. We try not to have a guess every single week anymore because then we forget about all the stuff to talk about outside of the guests. So it was definitely improved. I kind of love listening to you to talking to each other because it's got that lovely thing about friendship, which is specific. And also I kind of want you to go back to something that you were talking about that is really silly, but funny, you know. And I'm like, oh, I wonder if we're going to go back there. And I mean, the guess is a different thing as well. It's good to have it all, isn't it, I suppose. Yeah, people do, they say the same thing they prefer when it's just the two of us. Look at this we're a bit more relaxed. Yeah. Yeah, because it's not so rigid. Yeah. Most of the time, we don't even know what we're going to say. We just got to the studio and press and we're just going to start chatting. So. If you wanted to sort of give yourself a bit of advice to the versions of yourself starting, what would you say? Maybe we should get to the studio on time. That's changed. So we should say to our present self. Okay. It's actually no different. We're just lucky that our friend owns the studio and that's your friend. Yeah, yeah, he's really laid back. We used to go to another studio and we would miss most of the studio time because it was so late. I know nothing about him, but he looks a little bit like long suffering. He's kind of knows you too, and he's like, here we go. He's prepared. He's just prepared. Just relax and have fun and keep going and don't take it too seriously. Because in the beginning, I was quite nervous. I think you can hear it from like the first few episodes you can hear the nervousness, but I would say they lack because I'm not a camera person and I love a camera. I'm a Libra. Is that a Libra thing? I didn't know that. Oh, we have main characters. If I were to listen back to the first episode we ever did of our podcast, like I'm literally like this. Hello. Yeah, all that sounds good. In my head, I was being like, yeah, wicked. Like really, you're just, yeah, it was so shy, because it's all new and all of that. But do you feel like it's something that you'll do forever? Yeah, I think so. If none of them want to do because then it gets bored. So but you know, I'm actually quite proud of mine now. This is probably the longest thing I've seen her stick out to do. Wait, wait, hold on. Don't listen to that. This is the first time. But I think, yeah, I think I would love to do. I think I was thinking about this the other day, actually. And I was thinking, I just, 'cause of the reception that we get from people will be out at that baby. So pussy palace, and people feel like you've been such an important part of my journey, you know? And that's just amazing. So I think, yeah, if I can do forever, I will do. Yeah, yeah, eventually matter select biweekly, maybe. So busy. Oh, God, yeah. You know, I hope you do continue. Can I ask you if you would mind helping me with some agony uncle? Oh, actually, before we do that, can I say one thing? Because you're making me laugh so much. What was that thing you were talking about the other day about straight people are so gay? Oh my God. So explain soggy biscuit for anyone who doesn't. They're not go for it. Oh my gosh, okay, so it's a group of guys. And it's a gift to competition. So they stand around in a circle, and they happen to be. This is straight member. In school, straight mentor schools that say, or even under sports, apparently rugby, they stand in a circle and the first, the last one to ejaculate on a biscuit has to eat everybody's soggy biscuit. There is one in the miserable, so that's either one soggy biscuit. So I went to a school where that was spoken about a lot. And I never saw anyone do it. But when you were talking about it and you were like, it's the gayest thing ever. I was like, yeah, it's so good. What the hell? Who came up? You came and you know what, people, when we tweeted it, people were saying that we're lying. Yeah, lots of guys. I was at your projection right now. Yeah, you know, it's true. Yeah, what you two doing got too much time in your head. No, no. It's real. Yeah. So that was from our guest Donny sunshine. He came up. That was it. And he would just tell us about his own experience as a young queer man. And he would just say that everything queer, he saw from a straight man. And yeah, and it went into that, this other podcast we went on, the guy was talking about all these examples of how men have been with other men and he's found uncomfortable, but they were always straight men. Straight men are. They're gay. Well, also I'm in Jane said this thing which I've always loved is that most homophobia is directed at straight men by straight men. You know what I mean? It's them calling each other that. They're obsessed with it. Yeah, that's true. That's what we're talking about on the podcast. It was talking about men being scared to eat a banana. And they happen to make it off. It's just so silly. It's so silly. It's so funny. Reminding me, yeah, someone always told me never make eye contact with someone when you're eating a banana. I've never thought about that. It's just like, you're just sexualizing everything. It's weeds. Yeah. I.
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"The way now known rose described their podcast is you are best friends who met through what they describe as a classic lesbian introduction through an ex-girlfriend 5 years ago. Is that true girls? They started a podcast to try and bridge the gap between LGBT people and cisgendered straight people will thank God somebody's doing it. Somebody's got to do the heavy lifting, right? Yeah, it's not easy. It's not easy. And I'm really sorry. I just said girls to the two of you, but I know that at least one of you have different pronouns now, is that right? And she and they pronouns, but I'm okay with girl. I don't want the girls. I'm okay with going. Okay, and then I what about you? I also use that she and they pronouns why it's fine. So you're both she they? Yes. Because you were being very funny on Instagram the other day. It was along the lines of like, I'm trying to be annoyed that people are not using my day pronoun, but I've decided to copy people. Yeah, it's me. Sometimes I feel like I should just go for their pronouns all round sometimes. But I do like she pronouns as well and but I just wish some people use the day as well sometimes. No one ever no one ever wants to see. Well, it's funny that isn't it, because if you give them the option, they'll go, listen to me using the to describe people who won't use they. People then just think, oh well, you know, but do you find that they part of you and the she part of you are different bits of you because I feel like that for me like I feel like there's a he version of me, but there's also like a there's a she part of me. I don't have a day. Like they is not a pronoun I align with, not they have a problem with it. And it's like, oh, that doesn't work for me. But they represent different parts of you, I suppose. Yeah, they do. I think definitely for me, like my masculine energies and my feminine energies come out differently in different spaces and different situations and stuff. But within my energy, I still feel like I'm still quite firmly in any way. So I don't know and also when people usually their pronouns, or she pronouns, I don't know what they expect from me when they have in front of their minds. I don't know what that means to them. So I just wanted to go for something that's a bit more neutral until they get to where me and understand how I am and how I carry myself like my how I express my gender, then bring in she, but I just prefer. Interesting. How have you found as podcasters who set up a podcast to bridge the gap between LGBT people and cis people, how's.
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"Your host. This week on homo sapiens, we are joined by podcasting royalty as they say, rose from Pong and then at Dunkin. They are two best friends who host a wonderful queer weekly podcast tutus. Just to say really that this interview was recorded before the horrible events of the weekend and I wanted to first send my love to the members of our LGBTQ+ community and to anyone with a womb out there who have already been affected by the Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe versus suede. It is one of the most devastating pieces of news for all of our liberty all over the world to have happened in recent times and we're sharing resources in our episode description where you can go to seek help at this horrible time and where we can all be going to give help as well how we can support people who need support because of this decision. We are also sending our love to all of those affected by the devastating gun attack in the London pub in Oslo at the weekend. Two people were killed at 21 was seriously injured in the attack and it has been a silver lining of sorts to see how our community has banded together in the face of this tragedy. I'm sending love to everyone affected in Norway. Tomorrow, we will be releasing an extra episode on the feed where I'll be speaking to Thai Cersei from gaze against guns, which is an organization that seeks to protect LGBTQ+ people from gun violence and prevent deaths via gun violence. And takes the most beautiful queer inventive way to raise awareness to try and rode back some gun lords. It's a great chat. I can't wait for you to hear it. So that will be out tomorrow. So I hope you are all doing okay. I hope you are looking after each other in these difficult times and this is the episode I recorded with nanna and rose before the last week's horrible events and I'm sending you all a load of love. Welcome to this week's episode of homo sapiens,.
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"And they brought out those superhero that's again. I'm just waiting for some Chicago Bahar ski to take it a step too far and have one of those like pumpkin launching guns that they ease. You see it, banks, tins and just, you know, pack it full of candy into a kid. Look, I'm gonna watch it at you. And you know, some kid loses an eye because he got shot at with Bite sized bag a snickers well, we made. I made one of these with my daughter, and we've got one, but we put an arm on the end of it. One of our listeners suggested that because all you do is buy the PVC pipe and then you buy the little piece that goes on the end. It's like a dollar 99 Extra wins the piece. It's like it turns down, so it's like it's like 68 inches long, 10 inches. I mean, whatever you want, but it it just is like a It's like an arm or an elbow and elbow right, So it sort of turns at the end, and you just screw it right on in two seconds, and you have to have your pipe at an elevation. Otherwise, the candy's not going to drop down. And that's something that only this only extends if, like, four inches more like goes down for inches, so it doesn't go straight in there doesn't shoot straight into their face. They close it their bag, Ben, you might want to, but it's like a dollar go Goto, especially somebody of recovery. Sorry. Hi. Surgery. Yeah, It's not something you want to dio Eso. You have one too good. So we're all we're all set. My wife is very skeptical that I'm going to be ableto have the man skills necessary. It's just a pipe. Aiken sawed in half. He had to sign in half because it's really long. I may have bought the wrong Yeah, you might have. All right. What's coming up on the WG MTV News? We're looking at those new restrictions going into effect. No more indoor dining as of Wednesday in suburban Cook, Brana tumult ease in LaGrange talking to local restaurant owners in business owners about that. Ah, and we're also looking at Aaron Ivory has a great story about an Eagle Scout helping refugees in our area, so she'll have that story plus all the latest on The election little more than a week away. No, it is. It's right. Miss it, don't you? Oh, no, I will not. I will be very happy. Thank you, Ben. Good talking with you. I'm glad you're back that everything's okay. It's bottom of the hour. So that means it's going to be time for the news. And then what are you doing different for the holidays this year, whether it's Halloween or Thanksgiving or Christmas time or holiday time. You know what you going to do? Differently. How are.
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"A mass shooting at the cielo Vista mall in el Paso police say several people have been killed it all began on August third one oh nine PM central time as a man walked across the parking lot of Walmart in el Paso Texas carrying a rifle forty three twenty one year old after Christmas was armed with assault style rifle at a Taurus believe based on what they've read and what they've heard from him he was there to shoot as many Mexicans as possible when it was all over twenty two people were dead more were injured in the suspect calmly coldly it surrendered to police but that day wasn't over not to the people up in Dayton Ohio in a downtown nightlife district at one OO five AM calls for help coming in just after one Sunday morning people running for their lives the alleged shooter identified as twenty four year old Connor Stephen Betts killed by police who say he wore body armor and a face mask caring in a case style rifle and multiple high capacity magazines this time it was a nine people killed seventeen injured knee and same thing here was all that carnage I just said was carried out in thirty two seconds think about that thirty two seconds from the first gunshot to shooter down and I just wanna talk about how some of these communities have responded so let's go to someone who knows el Paso Texas as well as anyone at ABC news Jim Scholes's producer works out of our Dallas bureau but Jim you're from el Paso right I am from Paso Texas I'm.
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