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A Woman Came to Jesus
"Well, we're going to loop finally at this encounter between Jesus and this particular lady. So first of all, then a woman came. That's how it's introduced while he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper. He was there having a meal, a woman came. Now, if your Bible is open there, you will notice that chapter 13 is essentially all of that discourse. But it's quite interesting that that particular discourse in chapter 13 is framed on either side by the introduction of two women at the end of chapter 12, remember the widow's offering that Jesus has observed and to which he has drawn his disciples attention. So in verse 40 three, he says to them truly, truly, I say to you that this poor widow has put in more than all those who are contributing to the offering box. Why? Because he was measuring by sacrifice. Not by amount. He was measuring by proportion. So this lady had actually done something quite dramatic. And Jesus disciples were very slow to grasp the values of the kingdom. And you will notice, actually, that if your Bible is open, that it goes from Jesus pointing to this lady and saying, let me show you what it really means to be committed to the kingdom and to be involved in sacrifice. And it says, and as they came out of the temple, one of his disciples said Luke teacher what wonderful stones and what wonderful buildings. He said, were you listening to me or what? But it's just like there's Sunday morning service, isn't it? The pastor preaches his heart out in somebody comes out and says do you want to go to Denny's or should we go to such and such? Well, did you hear what the man said, yeah, but we're finished with what the man said. Yes, it was something about a lady. She put in our money, but we'd rather talk about the architecture than face the challenge of Jesus words. We'd rather talk about just about anything other than face the challenge that Jesus brings.
AP source: Deshaun Watson changes mind, joining Browns
"A person familiar with the decision tells the AP that the quarterback has decided to waive his no trade clause and accept a move to the Browns watch rejected the trade on Thursday but the source says he had a change of heart and call the team on Friday the Texans are receiving three first round picks along with the third and fifth rounder from Watson Watson didn't play last season amid legal troubles the three time pro bowler became a target of the Browns after a grand jury declined to indict him on sexual misconduct claims made by twenty two women I'm Dave Ferrie
No indictment for Texans QB Watson over sex assault claims
"A grand jury has declined to indict Houston Texans quarterback deshaun Watson following a police investigation of lawsuits filed by twenty two women accusing Watson of harassment and sexual assault the grand jury's decision came about a year after the first lawsuits were filed against Watson in the lawsuit the women accused Watson of exposing himself touching them or kissing them against their will during massage appointments and one woman alleged Watson forced her to perform oral sex eight of the women filed criminal complaints Watson who did not play last season denied the accusations the civil case against Watson it will continue hi Mike Rossio
Olympics Live: US skaters lose appeal to get silver medals
"U. S. bobsledder Elena Meyers Taylor extended her mental record at the Beijing games pilot Meyers Taylor in break woman Sylvia Hofmann took home the bronze in the two woman bobsled event Saturday competing in what could have been her last race Meyers Taylor secured her fifth Olympic medal after beginning the games and cope with quarantine starting out in US isolation I had no idea what was possible but fortunately I had a great team behind me who believed in me who believe that this is possible and I couldn't ask for a better outcome and arbitrators have rejected an appeal by U. S. figure skaters to have their silver medals awarded by the end of the Olympics the nine American skaters finished second in the team event that was marred by a doping positive by Russia's fifteen year old Camilla Valjevo I'm given Coolbaugh
Fleeing drought, hunger thousands trek to Somalia's capital
"More and more Samani softening trial ten heading towards the capital as he United Nations warned that thirteen million people in the region pace of their hunger in the next few months people fleeing drought have been pouring into camps on the outskirts of Mogadishu with many lacking food water and proper shelter I mean Osman displacement through full from middle Juba said they tracked all the way from her village eight days on the road we suffered in some people have died two women who accompanied us on the journey died of hunger we have no fees they will sadly lack toilets here the growing banks are expected to swell further in the coming months as the horn of Africa region faces its worst drought conditions in a decades the United Nations world food program has said that parts of Somalia Ethiopia and Kenya will need immediate assistance to avoid a major humanitarian crisis the horn of Africa has long been vulnerable to drought conditions often exacerbated by armed violence I'm Karen Thomas
Larry O'Connor: Sports Corporation Only Posted Breasts for Attention, Didn't Even Show the Product
"But beyond that I think the clue here that this company that sells shoes and sportswear that they did this just to get attention I think the clue here is that this is under the guise of selling their sports bras And how their sports bras are so good for 43 different styles so everyone can find the right fit because no two women are the same and they all have different boobs I would think I would think that if you're in the boardroom hearing the pitch from the advertising agency and they say we got a great idea We're gonna tweet out 25 pairs of bare naked breasts and we're gonna explain how all women are different and that's why our sports bras are so great If I'm the director of marketing for this company that I'm not gonna give attention to because that's all the only reason they did this I would say there's a sounds great One question Where's the product If we're selling how great our sports bras are how about we have them where the sports bras Because then we prove that no matter how your shaped no matter how big or small or wider would ever you want to get into the details It's boobs after all But the whole point of the ad campaign is no matter how you're shaped our sports bra will accommodate you The only way we can show that and prove that is to actually show what the sports bra But they didn't do
Concerns Raised Over $60 Million in Black Lives Matter Funds
"BLM also known as Black Lives Matter has been raising over the last couple of years, a great deal of money. And the question is, where does all that money go? Now, this is not just a question that I'm asking or that conservatives are asking. This is a question that's being asked by a lot of black families that claim to be victims of police brutality who thought that the whole point of BLM was to raise money for them. But now they're realizing that no, the whole point of BLM is not that at all, the whole point of BLM is to make money for its organizers. Recently, a local BLM guy contacted the national BLM to see if they could help him out. And it turns out they couldn't help him out because Patricia calores the nominal one of the nominal leaders of BLM was doing a corporate co sponsorship with ugg, ugg is the ugg boots the California boot company, and she's like, oh, I'm too busy to come to your protest. I'm actually gonna be doing making some videos with ugg. To promote the product and demonstrate their solidarity with the with BLM. Patricia calories is also busy with making book deals. She has got a production deal with Warner Brothers. The money here we're talking about is big. The BLM group has raised more than 90 million. Since 2020. And if you look at its finances, you discover that they've given yeah they've given 21 million in grants, they've got 8 million in operating expenses, but you know what? The other 60 million is in their coffers. It's unaccounted for. And some of you know, BLM really started with the Ferguson Missouri riots. And interestingly, in Ferguson itself, you've got the you've got the parents of the Ferguson victims, and also two women named Lisa Simpson and samaria rice. They're apparently their sons were also involved in some police violence. They realized that the money is not going to add to them, to any of them. And so they issued a statement. Basically saying, stop capitalizing on the suffering of our
Cold kills 22 stuck in cars in heavy snow at Pakistan resort
"Temperatures temperatures have have fallen fallen to to seventeen seventeen point point six six Fahrenheit Fahrenheit amid amid heavy heavy snow snow fall fall into into Pakistan Pakistan mountain mountain resort resort killing killing at at least least twenty twenty two two people people who who were were stuck stuck in in their their vehicles vehicles and and Islamabad Islamabad police police spokesman spokesman says says eight eight of of the the twenty twenty two two fatalities fatalities were were from from the the family family of of a a fellow fellow police police officer officer a a most most of of the the victims victims died died of of hypothermia hypothermia a a rescue rescue services services position position says says after after evacuating evacuating all all of of the the stranded stranded to to respond respond that that cause cause the the death death toll toll stood stood with with ten ten men men ten ten children children and and two two women women thousands thousands of of vehicles vehicles have have been been pulled pulled from from the the snow snow but but more more than than a a thousand thousand still still stuck stuck in in the the area area located located north north of of the the capital capital the the result result Marie Marie is is a a popular popular winter winter place place that that attracts attracts well well over over a a million million tourists tourists annually annually I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month
DA: No charges for Cuomo from allegations by 2 women
"No no charges charges will will be be filed filed against against Andrew Andrew Cuomo Cuomo after after allegations allegations by by two two women women former former New New York York governor governor Andrew Andrew Cuomo Cuomo won't won't face face criminal criminal charges charges stemming stemming from from allegations allegations of of unwanted unwanted kissing kissing by by two two women women one one of of them them a a state state trooper trooper assigned assigned to to his his detail detail Westchester Westchester county county district district attorney attorney Mimi Mimi Rocca Rocca says says while while there there was was evidence evidence to to conclude conclude the the contact contact the the woman woman described described did did occur occur it it does does not not merit merit charges charges a a report report in in August August by by New New York York Attorney Attorney General General Leticia Leticia James James chronicled chronicled accusations accusations from from eleven eleven women women against against Cuomo Cuomo that that led led to to his his resignation resignation from from office office Cuomo Cuomo has has attacked attacked the the findings findings as as biased biased and and inaccurate inaccurate I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler
‘Sex and the City’ Stars on Chris Noth Sexual Assault Allegations: ‘We Support the Women Who Have Come Forward’ - Rolling Stone
"Least least one one upcoming upcoming episode episode in in the the series series which which stars stars queen queen the the T. T. five five last last week week The The Hollywood Hollywood Reporter Reporter ran ran a a story story saying saying two two women women have have accused accused north north of of sexual sexual assault assault one one in in two two thousand thousand for for the the other other in in twenty twenty fifteen fifteen not not the the nice nice both both saying saying they they are are categorically categorically false false recently recently North North reprised reprised his his Mister Mister big big character character on on the the sex sex and and the the city city sequel sequel and and just just like like that that one one of of his his accusers accusers says says that that prompted prompted her her to to speak speak out out about about the the actor actor I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel an an actor actor under under allegations allegations of of sexual sexual assault assault has has been been dropped dropped from from a a network network TV TV show show Christian Christian
NYC Man Out on Bail Reform, Brutally Beats 2 Women in 'Violent, Unprovoked' Attacks Then Released Again
"We're witnessing a country that is on the brink. And instead of worrying about, I'm reading about a 23 year old punk monster coward. 23 year old piece of excrement named Daryl Johnson. Listen to this story from the New York Post. A man charged with beating a guy last year was dumped back onto the street thanks to so called bail reform, only to allegedly pummel two women on the upper west side Thursday and be freed again. Daryl Johnson left one of his random female victims show brutally beaten that she suffered a quote disfiguring laceration to her face. Law enforcement sources told the New York Post yesterday. Now this guy has more than a dozen arrests. He was hit with assault and harassment charges when he beat the man. In August of 2020, he allegedly punched his victim about the face with a closed fist multiple times, then he used his feet to kick and stomp the man. But a judge had to release him without any bail. Because none of the charges were eligible for incarceration under revamped state laws. Then, with that case, still pending. This evil monster went up to a 50 year old woman at Broadway and west 79th in Manhattan around 9 20 a.m. Thursday morning. A beat her in a violent, unprovoked attack. This woman was literally scarred for life. She has a disfiguring scar now on her face. Three minutes later, the guy assaulted another woman, a block away, police say. In that incident, he walked up to a 32 year old woman on west 80th street. Pounding her in the face. Both women, women, were taken to saint Luke's hospital. In court, now brace yourself. Sit down if you're standing. Manhattan prosecutors recommended that this guy be released. A request, the judge
Mike and Caller Ron Discuss the Sickening Crime Wave Plaguing American Cities
"Ron and San Diego here in the relief factor dot com studios wants to weigh in on this crime rave, this surge we're seeing throughout the country. 81 year old music executive's wife shot dead in her Beverly's Beverly Hills home last week. Hey Ron, how are you? Hey, Mike. You know, I'll tell you the crime ways that sweep in this country right now and all these cities is just out of control. And the thing that kills me the most. And you know, I'm close to this, George gascon guy up here in LA. And, you know, this guy wasn't appointed, Mike. He was voted in. I know. By the people. And, you know, they reelected that mayor garce city. And you know, I can't help it, you know, think that these people in LA, if you go up there, you know, I went to the amundsen theater the other night to see Christmas Carol and downtown LA. And then I'll tell in LA between the crime and the homeless, it looks like a third world country. It stinks, it's what I'll never go again. Ron, listen, let me take you to the other coast for a minute. I walked through the 42nd street subway station, a week or two ago in New York City. It was like between the angry aggressive, homeless people and creeps. It looked like a movie set from night of the living dead. It was like the zombies. It was unbelievable. It was scary. It was and people are getting assaulted. There were two women beaten, so badly the other day by a guy who had been arrested 14 times and they won't lock him up because of bail reform laws, the one woman is permanently disfigured. Can you imagine a tourist visiting Los Angeles wants to go see the Christmas Carol or go she rock the Christmas tree at Rockefeller center in New York and you get beaten to a pulp and they won't put the perpetrator in jail? Because they were for me. Mike, they have the early release program here in California and it's like these criminals are running the streets. It's just if you defend yourself by God, you're the one that gets thrown in jail. Oh, you pull out a gun and shoot what you blow one of these miscreants or away? You'll wind up in 20 with 20 years behind
Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Stance on America's Security Leadership
"And we are delighted to have with us somebody who I don't even want to call her a politician because she is and every time she comes on the show every time we see her speak, it's like an American. It is a citizen and that's what we need more of. Representing the 22nd congressional district of New York, congresswoman Claudia, welcome to one on one. Well, thank you for thank you for that great introduction. It's an honor to be on, of course. We have so much to discuss, especially we're going to talk about what a zuckerbuck is and your special, yes, your election integrity efforts will discuss that just give me lots of like a box. We'll talk about what is happening to the economy. We'll talk about recent events in D.C.. But first things first, tell us a little bit about your take as a mother of a marine as somebody who is deeply vested in the security of this nation. I want people not to forget what happened just barely a couple of months ago in Kabul. Give us your take from the inside from a member of the political elite of the last ten months of national security leadership in this nation. Yeah, let me just first say my deepest condolences to those families on the death of those 13 service members and women two women were also killed. Needlessly, we honor our gold star families, we actually did a vigil in my community to honor those 13 that were killed in August. And we also honored our gold star families from the latest wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Nothing is more. Nothing more painful than to see service members killed in action, especially in a situation which shouldn't have happened. And that is why it's so tragic to watch. This whole I can't express how sad it was to see that that it actually happened. But we saw the chaos, developing on the ground, each day got worse, as Biden put forth his mission to remember how it started. And I remember the first committee. He said, I want to move out of Afghanistan and pull all our troops out on September 11th because it was symbolic day. Yeah, he wanted that photograph. He wanted that sound. I told that us out of Afghanistan. Is if the mission were not to advance freedom to ensure the safety and security of America, to protect our foreign assets, there are bases 85 billion in change of equipment left there with our enemy the Taliban to leave them to take back over and not understanding the callousness of President Biden to not see how devastating that was, especially to a New
Dave Portnoy Blasts Business Insider for Sensational Hit Piece on Sex Life
"Today I want to welcome to the show for the first time El presidente barstool sports one bite pizza got an empire underneath the day portnoy Dave Thanks for joining us Thanks for having me So Dave I get a time It's pretty impressive I show you on Tucker's show the other night and you said you know I'm willing to go on any show and defend myself against his Business Insider piece I texted my producer I said see if I'll come on our show And you said yes so thanks for doing it We appreciate it Give us a story in an update on what happened I read this piece You got out there in front of it right away You did a live I saw it on social media You did not hide from it What's the status What's going on Yeah I mean the real brief part I was the subject of a hit piece from Business Insider that was about 8 9 months in the work And I've had a lot of hit pieces written about over the past decade two decades whatever This one is different nature It basically without accusing me specifically made me sound like I was a sexual deviant sensational headlines Really graphic horrific stuff I knew it was coming because virtually every single girl that I've ever interacted with or a woman that had been connected with on social media whether it's Instagram Twitter will you name it The reporter I was told is reaching out to all these girls being like you have any dirt on day four and we've heard things We want stories So I knew it was coming because so many people reached out to me People I didn't even know They'd be like what is this all about So I knew it was coming and it was bad when you read it And basically there's two allegations in it Two anonymous sources nobody's name I know who the two women who they are I vehemently deny any wrongdoing was 100% in central
"two women" Discussed on All God's Women
"Wait you know. Every week we talk about the different women in the bible and we see how much god loved them and how gracious immersive all he was to them. But do you know that he loves you too just as much as love them. It doesn't matter who you are where you are or what you've done. He loves you in fact he loves you so much that he sent his son to die on the cross to save you from your sins if you already know the lord as your personal savior. That's great but if you don't. I want you to know that he is waiting for you with open arms jeremiah. Twenty nine thirteen tells us if we seek him. We will find him. Romans ten thirteen sess for whoever calls on the name of the lord shall be saved. You don't have to have all the answers. You don't have to have your life altogether. All you need is a humble heart and willingness to accept the amazing free gift he's offering you. You can stop. Whatever you're doing right now and pray. Admit to god that you don't have it together. The you fall short every day and you need his forgiveness. Confessed your sense to him. Thank him for loving you enough to die on the cross for you and then just ask them to be the lord of your life. It's that simple. If you pray that prayer today let me know. I'd love to follow up with you and send you a bible. If you don't have one and maybe help you find a local church you can get involved in. Just go to the all. God's women website and send me a message via my contact form. I look forward to hearing from you. May god bless you..
"two women" Discussed on All God's Women
"The name. Yoda means fragrant. The name center g means fortunate. They are mentioned by paul in his letter. To the flippy and church. He calls them out in philippians or two but before we get to that. Let's backtrack a bit to put it in perspective. As you'll recall paul had a vision calling him to preach in macedonia. Macedonia was in europe. And paul had never been there before but he antipathy sailed there then. Travelled another nine miles to the city of philip pie because it was the foremost city. There was no synagogue in philip pie. But they learned that there was a group of women who gathered for prayer each sabbath at the riverside pollen. Timothy joined the women praying with them and teaching them. Lydia one of the women was saved along with her household and as a result opened her home to pollen timothy and other believers a church fellowship was formed pollen up returning to fill up high multiple times to teach and encourage the believers there then while he was imprisoned in rome he sent his letter to the philippians. The theme of the philippians letter is joy but it also touches on unity and humility and then almost doesn't afterthought he calls out yoda and sent itchy. Yoda and sent itchy. Were two women involved in the building of the church in philip pie. They could have been part of that group of women who met at the river to pray. That paul met when he first arrived in philip pie. The bible provides us no background on them. All we know is what we have in philippians four to three. I implore yoda. And i implore synergy to be of the same mind in the lord and i urge you also true companion. Help these women who labored with me in the gospel with clement. Also and the rest of my fellow workers whose names are in the book of life. So what does this tell us about these two women i. They worked together in the past. They worked with paul but something happened. And now these two friends were at odds with each other now. Everyone has their disagreements but this one was obviously more than just a little tift. It was such that it was affecting the rest of the church and word of the problems had reached all the way from philip pie. Rome breaks your heart doesn't it. We've all been there. Haven't we just because we're christians doesn't mean we're not going to have disagreements with each other in fact sometimes it seems like we're the worst someone does or says something we disagree with and we feel morally obligated to set them straight. Only they don't see things the way we do. They see things their way. We get other people involved. We try to prove we're right and they're wrong before we know it. It's a big mess and everyone's unhappy and no one knows how to make it right. I'm sure that's where yoda and synergy were. They never intended for their little disagreement to get out of hand but it had now it was affecting the entire church. The problem was it's hard to fix a problem when you're part of the problem. Fortunately for everyone. Paul found out and reached out. Although there is much in his letter. I feel like he's following the common tactic of delivering. Bad news you start off positive. You mentioned the problem then. You close with encouragement. Paul opens his letter talking about peace and joy. He lets the church know how much he appreciates them. Then he goes into unity through humility in philippians. One twenty seven. He says only let your conduct to be worthy of the gospel of christ. So that whether i come and see you or absent i may here of your affairs that you stand fast in one spirit with one. Mind striving together for the faith of the gospel in philippians. two two. He says fulfill my joy by being like minded having the same love being of one accord of one mind in two three in loneliness of mind. Let each esteem others better than himself. In chapter three verse. Sixteen he says again for them to be of the same mind and then in chapter four verses six and seven after his admonished. Yoda and synergy. He reminds them be anxious for nothing but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving. Let your request be made known to god and the peace of god which surpasses all understanding. Will guard your hearts and minds through. Christ jesus paul knew that until they were back working together in one accord none of them would have that peace which surpasses all understanding. He also knew how hard it is to humble ourselves and work out our differences with those who were once close but who have said or done something to offend us. It's not easy but it's necessary. Is there someone in your life who was once dear to you. But now you're at odds if so have you humbled yourself asking god if the problem lies with you and if so to help you make it right. It may be the you're right but being right can be lonely if you lord it over others. Whatever your role in the situation take it to him to help you. Sort it out and reach a reconciliation. In these days of so much conflict we need to stand together with our sisters in christ we need to work together for the good of our lord then and only then. Can we find that piece that were seeking lord. God humble our hearts today. Forgive us for all that we're doing that is hindering. Your work open our eyes to all. That's causing division among our fellow believers remove those boulders that we've put up between us and others draws together working in unity for your glory. Guide us directness. Show us how to do better. Thank you for loving us even when we fail. Thank you for not expecting perfection from us. Thank you for your mercy and forgiveness. We love you so very much in christ name. We pray amen. That concludes today's episode. Of all gods women tune in next week when we look at eunice and lois and the powerful influence of a godly mother and grandmother. Did you know that each episode of all gods women comes with a free bible study. Just go to the all. God's women website at all god's women dot com click on each episode and you'll find the full text of the episode the scripture reading for the week and questions to test. You're learning and apply the lessons to your life. If you'd like to discuss the lessons with other women joined the all. God's women bible study group on facebook..
Project Veritas Video Alleges Gov. Phil Murphy Will Mandate Vaccines After Election
"Experience So I have a lot of respect for the organization and the work the project veritas does Having been in a different city every week at times to make sure that that work got done So I know what they're going through And it's not easy to get audio and video that's this good but listen to this Then depending on the status when that vote for him if he did the end My rights might And they don't care that they kill everybody Well they see that's good to know then After he wins then he'll do the mandates The vaccine mandates Hero But right now it's about him winning It'll be fine Now this is just a little clip of a conversation where these two women both of Hispanic the center having a conversation with some words in Spanish And she tells her el manato de la back on and she's like oh yeah yeah yeah we gotta do that The vaccine mandate And she's like oh no no he's gonna do it And they're having this really really interesting conversation and they go on to now more audio more video that came out today where someone from the project veritas organization does the traditional once they've released the story and everybody knows about it Now let's get a reaction from governor Murphy so they seek governor Murphy They offer him an opportunity to speak into the mic and say hey governor What's your reaction to your senior adviser Wendy Martinez saying X Y and Z on him camera And what happens Well he decides he doesn't want to take any questions listen to this Go to Murphy James lino project veritas action Sir are you going to mandate the vaccine After the election sir we have one of your staffers on undercover video saying that you guys are going to mandate the vaccine after the election sir Hi I'm Alex Altman Okay well I would like to ask him 'cause he's the governor of the state
Former hospital executive wins $10M in discrimination case
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a former hospital executive wins ten million dollars in a discrimination case of former top executive at North Carolina based avante health was awarded ten million dollars by a federal jury Tuesday in a reverse discrimination case news outlets reported David Duval filed the lawsuit in twenty nineteen saying he lost his job as a senior vice president of marketing and communication because nobody else wanted to diversify top leadership positions the jury said avante health failed to prove it would have dismissed default regardless of his race in his lawsuit divall said he was fired in twenty eighteen without warning or explanation and was replaced by two women one black and one white hi Mike Ross yep
COVID-19 and pregnancy: Women regret not getting the vaccine
"An expectant mother who lost her baby after falling ill with coded nineteen is urging other women to get vaccinated against the deadly virus kindle Nipper lives in Georgia and had just a short bout with the corona virus but it was enough to cause a miscarriage in July just weeks from her baby boy's due date I did everything I could have possibly done the only thing I could do that I will have to carry with me see her doctor says the placenta was infected with the virus which likely hindered the baby's ability to get oxygen and nutrients nippers teamed up with Amanda Harrison who contracted cove it it had to be intubated but she and her baby survived and then it's almost like a survivor's guilt the two women are sharing stories in an attempt to persuade pregnant women to get covert nineteen vaccinations to protect themselves and their babies I'm Jackie Quinn
An Open Invite for Attorney General Merrick Garland to Join Mark Levin
"I've asked over at Fox that they reach out to the attorney general Merrick Garland and invite him on my Sunday show life liberty and Levin Hope springs eternal They have called the public affairs office of the Department of Justice the director to fill out a media request form which we did Says they check at every 30 minutes during business hours so they will be seeing it It doesn't allow you to leave a message We also emailed four different entities within the department including the DOJ spokesperson main press email and two women who work in media So we've reached out across the board to see if Merrick Garland will come on my show Sunday I'll clear it out He and I can have a one on one discussion About what he's done with this memo as well as all other things that he's been doing in the Department of Justice It's not he's a very smart man He was a circuit court judge He was going to be on the Supreme Court if the left had their way So little me radio host I'm sure he could outgun me So let's help Merrick Garland takes me up on my request
"two women" Discussed on Baby Your Baby
"I was very happy that i got to be as involved I i was able to the one that essentially caught hope As soon as she was born. You know i help brianna through laboring and i mean. I hope i helped her. I stood by her. I wiped her head with a wash cloth while she was going through a painful contractions and again was just like i. I could have done this. I'm i'm a west. You think i'm not less. Because i eat cancer but that that looks look pretty rough But you know they put me in the whole get up of gloves in a row merola. Whatever our but down again. Yeah and you know i. I was the first person other than the doctor as he passed. Hope to me. But i was the first person. I was able to hold her. And it just was a very surreal. Surreal experience to you know. Even though i wasn't the one birthing her. I felt like i had a very magical wonderful experience as the first person that got to see her. I think credible teller snares what maybe what they should know or what advice you guys have for them because you have such a special story and like you said not. Everyone's might be like this. It could be very different. And that's okay too because every journey pregnancy is completely different. But what would you want our listeners to know if they were considering going through surrogacy process either being a surrogate or trying to find one. One of the honest. I had was that i wouldn't be able to connect with my child if i wasn't the one that gave birth to her and i think that the moment i met her that fear went right out the window and we just bonded and it was something indescribable so my advice to anybody who is seeking out surrogacy. Route is that is a fear of yours. It's unbounded i it's not unbounded but it's gone the minute you need your baby it's your child in. It's such a special bond that you are going to have with your baby. And i think one of the other biggest pieces of advice is find somebody that you feel comfortable and confident with Make sure it's a good fit for all of you and just be able to have those hard honest conversations from the beginning to ensure that you are getting out of this experience what you want. If if it's not capable or it's not happening the way that you had kind of thought it would like give yourself the ability to be very picky. Nba very self serving in those moments. Because you you want to have the experience you deserve to have and It can be very magical experience and brian. what would you say for someone Considering being a surrogate my first piece of advice is just make sure that you have a good support system both during pregnancy and postpartum. I think i was. Maybe a little surprised. At how much assertive process required ev. Even my husband's in ray kids owns having their supports with house in charge and dinners and things like that so just make sure that you have support for people to come in physically help you with whatever you might need as well as mentally and emotionally there are ups and downs and then yeah accurate. What jenny said. I think even for sergei. We might feel intense that like the very one way relationship no word. I'm doing this for someone else and you are by you. Awesome to make sure that you're getting your needs. Met in return. So i knew what i wanted my service relationship to look like and i both not james jenny i also would. I wanted my relationship with the babies are And have.
"two women" Discussed on Baby Your Baby
"What how did that all work for you guys man i. There's there's like there were so many walls. I feel like we're making delivery. Because of kobe so it before when we were i just talking about at should idea sir a guy you know my vision was like my husband james jenny the realm if james genuine turn by like their moms out with me like us reopen to the idea uncommon happens and at this point we were like you know the the hospitals tongue acid one personable room means i was like okay i guess johnny like mac and a half my husband there james may not be there and we had to get special exemptions from hospital my husband myself our hope every age quarantine you know several weeks leading up to the delivery so becomes ever all these variables in made sense for us schedule shirt because it allowed the hospital like have a heads up. Hey we're coming in for the day they're coming in this the exceptionally to honor and And even be abused Don't have a good chunk of the delivery. And i'm i'm feeling sorry. The labor and i'm feeling very blessed. Nothing went south and we would have to see section or something like that. 'cause that would've really limited. I can only allow jenny in the room. We were lucky. The last like fifteen minutes or so before. Hope was born foreign investor. Latin and nothing and jenny talks about that experience. And seen your baby baby hope for the first time it was incredible and magical an overwhelming and you dream like again on how to explain it. I i had to oftentimes envision that i was going through this experience much like father. The father figure the dad would be going through it because obviously can't be pregnant and he kind of has to watch and help through the delivery and be the support and ice. Oh my experience wasn't much online. What remand goes through in there watching their wife or partner like Have babies so..
"two women" Discussed on Baby Your Baby
"It added an extra limitation there so my husband has to do some of the shots. Some of they have will be on the call though. I like maneuvering do it myself. Which is not very easy to do. what is it like being pregnant. Another family's baby it was. It was very very different from my own pregnancies in terms of emotionally. I definitely feel like there was like i had to take a step back from a little mix and moves because otherwise i think will be the emotions overwhelm you have to kind of take a step back from day wine in never ever ever felt like you know my vp or that. This is something i was gonna bring home. Made always felt like james jennings on not that piece of actually. It was very exciting because they feel like we got to involve them with all these appointments. And i soon moments that normally you would only share with your your partner or your spouse and we got to experience excitement of tenfold by bringing in james and jenny an image during as well it was just recall is really fun to watch obvious intimate moments between the two of them. Get to be part of that and jennifer. You guys i mean. What was that like because you know. There's doctors appointments. There's all things in and like reynolds saying you know. She wanted you guys to be involved as much you could. And then we're also doing this. During a pandemic and i'm my assumption would be that you wanted to be involved as much as you could. So what did that look like for you guys. Yeah i mean. I think that was a really important piece of the journey for us was finding somebody that would be open to being so vulnerable and allowing us to really experience this pregnancy as much as we could Hewlett that it was hours that i was going through it. And so you know i. I felt that from day. One from brianna and then They opened their home to us. That we we kind of became our inner circle during the pandemic which you know i know. I know a lot of people weren't able to have that experience for themselves as they went through this weather. There's a pandemic or even just insurgency in general they. It's not always that open in that palmer bowl with each other. But i i never once felt an ounce of you..
"two women" Discussed on Baby Your Baby
"That was the one thing that is kind of eye-opening to me it was. I'm going to help these families. Which was the most amazing thing. And i'm sitting in these clinics with all of these other women who are struggling to conceive as well or going going through these different journeys and it's incredible from your journey than to continue to go and then get to that egg-donor portion you know to where you are now and having this incredible story of surrogacy was that next step for you. What what got you to the next point of okay. We need to find a donor and we need to find a so just to circle back to what you just said Infertility this whole journey. It's very isolating and it's shocking. In this day and age how isolating it still is and how infrequently people talk about. I think people are talking about it more than they ever have. Because there's more information there's more means to have those conversations but that was really difficult for me to understand how it was so like hush hush or somehow you feel like you're broken you feel like something's wrong with me and feel shamed i felt ashamed of my inability to like to do what i'm supposed to do as a woman and that is you know create a life and be able to contribute to that process. So i'm having these. Conversations is really important but also just for any one going through this understanding that you are not alone and there are thousands of people struggling with this every day. It's just when you really find the help and the understanding that it's it takes that burden off the view but So we did kind of talk about next steps whether we wanted to adopt. Try adoption or go go through egg donor donation and truthfully i was really uninformed about be adoption process. I know people that have adopted And i felt like. I could have a good support system and people that were knowledgeable but i i think i heard like little bits and pieces..
"two women" Discussed on Baby Your Baby
"She was certain that we were going to beat it But at that point my only option on moving forward was to have a full hysterectomy and my ability to carry a child and you know that was something that was really hard to deal with but in back of my mind thinking about this one sweet little embryo that we call. Embry lennox are lessening is low and The only option in my in our minds the only logical thing or step going word was to have a surrogate. So that's when we kind of started going down the path of you know trying to figure out how how we could make that work share and so while going through all of those options. You're also starting treatment right. Yeah so. I was in the middle of six rounds of chemotherapy And i i can't remember exactly how it all came about. But i had been having conversation with my brother and his wife Chimed in and said you know. I i would love to do this for you. And james i loved your surrogates. She had had forced successful pregnancies before. That and You know just having a family member or seemed very very special experience and so as my treatment wrapped up in. I was you know deemed in remission and cancer-free. We started to go down the road with my brother and his wife For her to be our surrogate for embryo and we went through the medical clearances. The league galaxy the The therapy that they require you know the law in utah requires and in november of twenty eighteen or twenty nineteen. I'm sorry november twenty nineteen. We had our Embryo transfer and it works. Were pregnant with our biological child and about when she was about like six weeks. Long eight weeks along Right around christmas time. She found out that she had lost the. And you know as very difficult there was no ryan reason. Sometimes the embryos just They're just not as good a quality or there's so many factors that go into the successor failure of of you know i've i you is or transfer. It seems like that and so we were pretty devastated. We thought you know twenty nineteen. We thought the end of nineteen was going to be the best and on a no and it didn't end on a high note so we thought oh. Twenty twenty is going to be our year. Twenty twenty has to be better than this there..
"two women" Discussed on Baby Your Baby
"By two incredible women ginny low a cancer survivor and briana big low a surrogate mother and we are talking about an incredible story of surrogacy and motherhood the journey of you two and then the miracles that have transpired after. Thank you both so much for being with us. Yeah this is gonna be really fun to talk about i. I'm so excited to hear your story and for our listeners to hear what has transpired between the two of you so just a quick background for our listeners. Ginny you're a cancer survivor. A who then sought surrogacy or a surrogate mother to carry your baby following. Ivf and then brianna you are. The mother of twins conceived ivf and chose to be a surrogate mother for another couple who had experienced infertility selecta. Let's just get it all out there. I mean how did all this start. Did you to know each other before any of this we we get a little where it Iron tie school with jenny has been james and then i what i did a kick while i mean. It's it's probably the next ten years not ten years ago and i put a little thing on facebook asking for people to join team. James reached out and said hey me and my girlfriend order joining join and jenny and then look and then look at what happened. I mean this is an incredible story guys so Let's start with you and talk to me a little bit about your background. And what leads you to to you know through your cycles and to deciding on surrogacy sure So james and i got married in october twenty sixteen and in twenty seventeen we late twenty seventeen. We decided we were ready to try to start our family and we tried for about six months with no success. In so at that point i was thirty four and in the world of fragility that is considered. You know older side of things which try not to take offense to kinda crazy And so we sought out brutality specialists to try to.
"two women" Discussed on Conspiracyland
"At this point. It's worth revisiting. Jamal's relationship with maggie salem and raising the question about what. Nbs and his henchman so al-khatani might have known about it. Salem clearly viewed jamal as a close friend like a big brother. She says and she played a large role in helping to shape. And edit his columns for the washington post at various moments. She described herself as his assistant reviewing drafts of his columns suggesting changes at times urging him to make his criticisms of the crown prince even tougher. So do you have time to write it. He replied to one of her suggestions. The both shan jamal new. Their collaboration was problematic. Given that salem was then the executive director of the guitar foundation a nonprofit funded by the qatari monarchy that was locked in a cold war with the saudis and we should keep our relationship discreet when you write to new york times and they google you to find out that you work for guitar. Jamal had written are on whatsapp. He then added for emphasis a picture of the guitar. Flag and an exclamation point. It could hurt he added. We have to be strategic not impulsive. And and we both. We both knew that we were in dangerous territory. I'd say we both knew it. And i kinda thought you know what the end of the day. I'm fucking american. I have a right to help a frightened from another country but maggie and jamal had no idea of just how broad and sweeping saudis surveillance had become. Omar abdulaziz was demolished new friend in canada and a confederate in combating. Nbs's digital repression. Just a few weeks after jamal's column about the women. Activists omar got a text message about an upcoming delivery on an order from amazon slated for june twenty. Eighth twenty eighteen to manage delivery. The techs told him to click on a link. Omar not thinking. Anything of it did so to this day. He can't believe he did. It was from amazon or something like that or from ups. Or this is your tracking number so i clicked so from there. They hacked my phone. The hackers were using tools developed by something called the nso group staff with veterans of unit. Eighty two hundred the signals intelligence division of the israeli defense forces jerusalem's version of america's national security agency. The firm developed the highly sophisticated form of spyware known as pegasus that exploited flaws and apple's operating system allowing hackers who purchased the technology to penetrate targeted mobile phones and devices all over the planet publicly. The nso group insisted it sold pegasus only two governments for legitimate law enforcement and counterterrorism targets. But according to cyber-sleuth ron debord pegasus was also being used for more sinister purposes. It was he says being sold by the nso group to repressive actors from authorities in kazakhstan to the saudi cyber snoopers in riyadh overseen by mb ss henchman. Saoud al kettani so we first encountered this israeli company. Nso group in august two thousand sixteen when a human rights defender in the uae A madman sewer received a couple of text messages on his iphone They purported to show evidence of torture in emirati prisons that type of thing that he might be tempted to click on an open but He wisely sent them to us for analysis. Debate is the head of citizen lab a cyber research center at the university of toronto which was the first to discover the existence of pegasus. And the hack on omar's phone. That's summer is investigation. Took the story of jamal. Kashogi often a whole new direction and opened up a window into a fast growing global trade in the tools of cyber espionage the nso group he says provided command and control computer servers to its customers. That could then be used to unleash. Pegasus on its unsuspecting targets disguising its origins through layer of proxy computers in the cloud. It's kind of a dark shadowy world of of espionage going on so we were aware of. Nso group we had some fragments of evidence of their infrastructure. As soon as we downloaded the spy spyware their artifacts in how the spy were operates we reverse engineered first of all. We started to develop fingerprints. For how the spy were communicates over. The internet de burden is canadian. Cyber sloughs were able to trace communications. Ns oh groups spyware from command and servers in riyadh straight into their own backyard and in the summer of two thousand eighteen we realized that the saudi operator group had infected a device in canada. So at this point the citizen labs cyber-sleuth started reaching out to known saudi dissidents in canada including jamal's friend omar abdulaziz and they were armed with an intriguing clue. We could see the device checking in from two different internet service providers at different times of the day one in the evening being this very obscure internet service provider. Omar is a student at bishop's university and it was summertime so school is not in session. He would connect for ms. Isp at home. Which is a large internet service provider videotron and then every evening like clockwork. He would go to bishop's university to the gym where he connect to the small internet service provider. So those two data points for us established absolutely that omar was the target in early august citizen lab informed omar of its discovery. So when citizen lab shows you this what's going through your mind so simply by using that tool. They had the ability to see to read to listen like simply the or controlling my phone. Everything everything you immediately thought of jamal. Yes was he your first call. Yes i do believe. I do believe it was the first goal. Omar used a burner to make that call. I told them please. Someone is calling you from a different number please respond. He said she said just just answering the phone. So so then it was said okay salah. It's miramonte from different number. That's i think about the hawk. Net said oh. Gosh make help us. I hope that they've not hacking my phone too. So follow the dots on this one. Thanks to the spies. The fbi said they recruited inside twitter. The saudis have been able to track down the mobile phone numbers and other personal details about omar and scores of other saudi dissidents living in exile in the united states canada and western europe then armed with pegasus digital spyware. They could penetrate those phones and watching real time everything they were saying to each other. This included four hundred. What's at messages omar. Jamal had exchanged some of which had stinging comments about 'em bs the more victims. He eats the more he wants. Kashogi road in one message. He sent to omar and may just after a group of saudi activists had been arrested. He is like a beast. Pacman.
"two women" Discussed on Conspiracyland
"Khashoggi's column that night underscored his determination to speak out and push back against his country's hotheaded and vindictive crown prince but as he did so his personal life got increasingly messy with two women vying for his affections and as they did the threats against kashogi got ever nastier and the surveillance of him and his associates and even one of his lovers evermore menacing. A michael goffin. Welcome back to conspiracy land. The secret lives and brutal death of jamal kashogi. This is episode seven a tale of two women as he settled into his new life in the united states. Jamal was finding his voice becoming more outspoken and willing to connect and even collaborate with other critics of the saudi regime but cut off from his family and served with divorce papers by his wife. Back home he was also lonely so he turned to friends like muhamed. Soltan the young egyptian dissident to help them meet women so he he was asking you to set him up with women. Yeah date yeah right. He didn't know if he was ready. It was really interesting because you are someone who's like my father's age that i was trying who had been you know out of the dating game for so long so i remember there was there was someone I actually have this text message exchange or he was like Let me see if i can actually pull it. Up is pretty pretty pretty funny. So he's asking me he's like how to go about it question mark. Should i call her and ask her out to talk about democracy smiley face. So i'm like. I have a cracking up face and i'm like that's not the best. Pick up line man like you're gonna come talk about democracy mideast. Yeah but yeah it was. He had that like you know. Obviously he was looking for that void to be filled rightfully so none of the women muhamed soltan hooked up with worked out but it was around this time that jamal became reacquainted with an egyptian flight attendant for emirates airline. Her name was an-and molitor. We was a twin. We have a scientist about everything like for example six o'clock afternoon. Jamal liked to have a cup of tea was his cigar in a balcony. I left over cap of tunes this time. They had met nine years earlier. When jamal was getting an award at a conference in dubai were hanane lipped. They had exchanged phone numbers and stayed in touch sharing funny videos and favourite lines of arabic poetry. They also shared their thoughts on our politics and the turmoil sweeping through the mideast with the advent of the arab spring. But on this moment we start communicate a lot and i started to give him a feedback about any article here riot and he loved to win. I tell him. Non would have layovers in washington a couple of times a month. While working flights from dubai by march she and jurmala becomes something of an item late that month to broader as date to a birthday dinner for himself that his friend maggie salem organized and shortly thereafter. I had some days off in the beginning of april and i came and a did. Stay with him then. Jamal insisted of april. He gifted a ferry streak engagement king me an engagement ring and gives mentoring yes so he gives you this. Did he ask you to marry him. He did and he puts me. If you go to his account amazon in same day he put up a flower pocket for me. Obey cruises one same-day tell me about his marriage proposal. He said you sure you want to be with me. You sure you. You won't be complete your life with me. I said yesterday he said. Because i have a very heavy luggage. I don't have a stable life. I said i'm was using. I believe in you and i'm karen encourage you and i love jews because the way you are i shared with you wherever you have i sit. I'm very proud and very happy. Definitely it's something great for me to be happened. The.
"two women" Discussed on Conspiracyland
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"two women" Discussed on Conspiracyland
"Previously on conspiracy land. I had a meeting with. We'll have been some on in his office. And we're sitting there and i said you're all height is who is going to be the next king of saudi arabia. You or knife. The next few months was one of the most aggressive influence operations that i experienced years oh. Nba he's old. You know we need young man you know. This guy's going to modernize kingdom and into humiliate him and so they walk him out of the room into a brightly lit room with cameras were waiting and they announced the resignation right. There is a deeply disturbing story allegations of compromise twitter employees willing to access and steal the private information of users who are seen as critics of the saudi government. There's a direct trail of blood drops from this. Hack to the murderer of jamal. Shelby may know free pen be broken and no twitter user silenced. The era of the crown prince. That's jamal's. i tweet after months of silence. Sophia if you could please wake up and say hello to everybody good afternoon. My name is sophia. And i am the latest and greatest robot from hanson robotics. Thank you for having me here. You look happy. I'm always happy when surrounded by smart people who also happens to be rich and powerful is october eighteenth. Twenty seventeen and new york times columnist andrew. Ross sorkin was in jeddah. Saudi arabia interviewing a robot on stage for a conference informally dubbed davos in the desert and we just learned sophia that you have been now awarded what is going to be the first saudi citizenship for a robot. I would to thank very much the kingdom of saudi arabia. I am very honored and proud for this unique distinction. This is historical to be the first in the world to be recognized with citizenship. If you're looking for a vivid tableaux of the power of saudi money you wouldn't have to look much further than dabo s- in the desert over the course of a few days that fall. Titans of american finance business and government. Steve schwartzman of blackstone. Larry fink of black rock treasury secretary. Steve mnuchin hollywood super agent ari emanuel all flocked to jeddah for a grand conference on the future organized by the saudi crown. Prince mohammad bin some on or nbs. So he's got the world's biggest money managers they're politicians are emmanuel hollywood agent and they come to the sink they see. It's like the world's biggest pot of money and he's promising to invest it everywhere. That's justin check. Who covered the event for the wall street journal and co author of the book about nbs blood and oil among the notable events at the conference was a video about neil a giant five hundred billion dollar super city of the future a monument to nbs's grandiose vision for his country whereas others saw a graphic example.
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"Godforsaken Helmet off okay. I can explain you see I heard about the I heard about the concussion problems. Evil who knows noise when he gets hit by those papers is so amazing. The the dark order just keeps rising because they're like this not lovable group of fuck up. His missiles I I saw the best definition of their team rock Ed. Yes I saw the best evidence of what Colt Cabana is in the dark order and they said he is a celebrity scientologist who they keep hiding the bad stuff from and I own my God. They're right. That is exactly cultural because he was great on commentary this week because. Obviously, it was like Oh. This is going to be a gimmick change for Colt. No, he's just Cavanna. He came out was like I've gotten so many opportunities. This is great. I'm on commentary this week. This is fantastic Grayson and they've got title mets fan he is literally Tom. Cruise. Is Right now. It's just brought a bit give the good stuff. Yeah. I love the team bit 'cause Giovanni Slash Brody Mr. Brodie Lee. percent by the way. John Silver. Alex Reynolds Jesse James. Oh. No doubt. Absolutely..
"two women" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"But I also think another major commonality is it when rose talks to someone. Who's from my generation? Someone who came of age in the sixties or the seventies. She always asked this question which is why. How do you feel about the fact that we were still fighting today for the same things that you were fighting for thirty forty fifty years ago and it just continually brings home how hard it is to overcome the things that we are fighting whether it's sexual harassment or the record labels record recognition ginger valued right women's health? Yeah which is how healthcare the same conversations Sometimes their conversations. We thought we had put to bed. And now here we are you know. The Supreme Court is hearing another case today. So it's it's the never ending battle and the how how do you I mean. I think that's the biggest challenges. Do we ever reach a time when we can move onto new new topic? Well Puma Zillow says twenty thirty ten years. We got this pheno. I think the good part with that is that unlike before we actually have a roadmap we actually have icons we actually have people who've are paved and had conversation and this is what we use not only can we use this now but we have even more science to go behind it and we can take what we gave you Way Back when not way back but back when and now add to it because it's our foundation here now and I'm very grateful for that as well because to hear it is. It is the the these are people who have paved away and have already kind of taken. The big part of the difficult parts by being the martyr. Unfortunately and now we're here and picking back up where they had. Unfortunately we would have been to the point. Where like we don't have to think about this again Hallelujah. But we're not but instead now we have a little more of a clear road map of this is how it went this way. And we're comeback in reframe. What we already saw can work and we know is true. Which is a freaking amazing thing. I will say and believe me. I'm not an optimist usually. I'm the one that says everything is burning and we're all GonNa die but nice to hear rehear some of the things that yes. This has already been happening. They have been fighting. Is We're not alone. And they're giving they are giving US roadmaps. They're giving us. They're giving us a models for how we can fight. They're also Showing us that we can lead our own fights and I think that that's what I love so much about the podcast itself and using audio and in this way to share women's stories and their own voices for so long women's stories in their own voices. have been kept away. They've been hidden figures So weak and I think that that's one of the most exciting things about this younger generation and with the democratization of sharing information you can keep women in the dark. You can't get people of color and their stories on the sidelines. Because they're fun center. I totally agree. And that's definitely been the theme for today and for past couple of episodes. Yeah we love it. Yeah because they feel like these women that we've spoken about today and that you talk about on your podcast that you talk with Are Inspirational and we didn't have that for a long time. The women were doing these things. People of color were doing these things. We just weren't hearing about it but now we're hearing about it and just so many times. I've heard someone we've talked to. You say you know what I saw problem knowing anything about it. I'll do it right right. I'm very excited by the idea. More and more people doing that thing and I think that's the way we're going to see changed because people in power don't really have any reason to change some of them do because they recognize. Oh I should help other people. I should uplift people. But they don't really have necessarily the same reason they don't see the same problems. Well they haven't listened to the buffy Sainte Marie songs or the or or sat down and realize that you know the Little People's liberation the Women's Liberation Liberation of marginalized people that you've been pushing pushing pushing. Because you want your you know your all your land or whatever you think it is. You have guess what you're liberationist tied up in our liberation too and you know if you join our fight maybe men you'll get to wear more colors to work or whatever it is that you haven't had yet you know there's so. I think that's what's really exciting about what's coming next is is really winning over The institutional powers and having them realized that there liberationist tied up in our own fully agree. We always say sexism hurts everybody. Yes yes so. Thank you both so much for being here. This is really very generous. Thank you so much we love the podcast giving platforms to Women and people saw that is the number one thing that I I love seeing in new media in any media giving allowing people to have a voice in the story. So thank you both of you for being a part of that and then we also need to know. Where can we find you? You can find the women Anywhere you listen to podcasts on iheartradio apple and you can follow us at the women pod on instagram and twitter and Yeah tell us what you think. Toast what you want and We'll try to give it to you. Yes please go check that out listeners delights Um and if you want to email us you can our email is stuff media mom stuff at iheartradio DOT com. You can find on twitter at mom stuff podcast or on instagram.
"two women" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"State farm. You know the one with the catchy jingle like a good neighbor state farm is state farm has been in the insurance game for more years than anyone on earth can remember. They aren't some fly by night. Operation Offering suspect savings. They offer real service for classy people who want to be confident in what they are buying. I call it the state farm difference. I don't know what they call it. I don't even know who runs the company. Maybe I should run the company. I would keep the jingle like a good neighbor state. Farm is there but I would change the tune like a good neighbor state farmers there that was better and we're.
"two women" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Yeah you gotTA SAY IT. Mom Lisa. Leaving me out here to dry. He's all of thirty one. He's only seventeen so the age parameters but I'm I know that age parameters for the draft. Yes for going in for going to war. So she basically she takes her song line-by-line sex not just the inspiration but references. What that means in the historical context. See what I mean by history. Lesson is crazy so stay home from school and I'm just checking the takeaway. Now that is something your mother would never tell you your true. And so going back to the blacklisting. He pointed out in that episode. That if you look at white artists they were not similar. Yeah I find that really and Joan Baez. They're doing protest songs. Nobody I mean it was a complete opposite. They weren't blacklisted. They their careers were defined by it. Right right they made a whole career out of. I mean we just saw Bob Dylan being awarded a Nobel Prize. For what could be looked at as a canon of protest songs just saying and she she was really big as we've said into activism and intersectional. Feminism PERHAPS BEFORE. That was a big buzzword right. It's all about because she's she said something about like asked me more than being emotional or being angry and with universal. You see that like she. Did everything meant something. And I think that's really powerful and we're talking about the I feel like sometimes all the time but sometimes Art and creativity kind of gets dismissed rain. it's like. Oh yeah they're going to do this thing. But it can be a super powerful way to move people become more controversial even to do so as you are part of the Free Meek Project that was very controversial back to the black lives matter commerce controversial. Yeah it was one of the big controversy when when it was coming out because they're like the whole level of just do what they say. And you'll be okay to follow the law and you'll be okay and there's this like yeah drawn line in that level of blue lives matter all lives matter. Black lives matter and why this is so important. And the incarceration of people of color especially black men as we've talked about media time and continue to talk about as part of the political conversation and wise and not a bigger part of the conversation as the debates are happening all that and whatnot and then we talk about. Yeah for the longest time. Music did do that and sometimes it was as simple as just being angry but for women of Color for women in general for women who protest. They have to give rational reason as no really. I know what I'm talking about. Let me break it down for you. This is what this looks like instead of just being like I'm angry I'm going to have a protest in bed. Type of thing is important. It's important all of that is important but the level of proof that someone has to be taken seriously as I know what I'm saying. I know that I am a person of color. And these are the reason these things matter. And whether it's about drafting in war a war that was unnecessary or whatever what we want to say back and forth and even today again talking about the freak or any conversation when it comes to proving who understands an idea or something that we're trying to fight for. We have to prove more often than not why we are rational and not just emotional feel. Yeah that's something that mom and I talk so much about because I mean when we think about an historical context and some of these institutions that were trying to change these institutions. That were trying to change. Were set up for the very reason that we are trying to change them and we when we think about you know the United States is kind of being this Special Project that you know really took its atonomy to a whole new level when we think of being a kind of a cousin or step child of the Commonwealth. I mean we think of how these systems and really edification of law is used to with a pen define who are the haves and have nots. And then as those of us who women people of Color Marginalized groups as we try to carve out places for us it system. We're not blowing up the system. We're using that fountain pen with the Best Penmanship on the best parchment paper to show. No I I get your rules and I play by them and not and I'll do you one further. I'll do I'll be the best at them. I just WANNA live right. And that's That's the fight that we see today and I think it's it is Disheartening but also really empowering to see the creative way that people play in that poker game if I see you I raise you and I call you right and so that's artists like buffy artists like meek mill. You know they use the use a language that has been kept from so many groups of people and they use their poetry and they get to the kernel of truth of what they see whether it's in the Vietnam War the criminal justice system. And they're able to say here are the shared values that no one can deny. And here's the beauty of what can be an here as the beast of what we must recognize. And so I think that's what's really extraordinary. Yeah such.
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"An played it so much when I was so young I could still recite the words to it And actually one of my head and talents lyrics my head. Yeah two six foot. Four soldier with missiles with spears. He's all of thirty one and he's only seventeen and then it goes through these. Various religions Catholic a Hindu an atheist Jane Buddhist a Baptist and a Ju. It's just you know the the So soon as I heard this cut on the indigo girls I just was flooded with memories about the the other song and then I wanted to know more about her because she really had disappeared from the American music scene And that's when I I bought her. I'm sure it was the greatest hits album and I have to confess When when we were still buying things on CD and then that's how rose Scott more exposed to her other songs and that's when I learned about all the other songs that were so famous that had written just so interesting when we interviewed her listening to her talk about how she really had to fight for recognition as a songwriter. A think it was easier in the music business to accept women as singers but there were very few women and back in the early in my youth that actually wrote music and play their own music and she and the interview. You all did with her. She talks about that about how she sold. For one dollar She sold universal soldier for one dollar and a bar. You can imagine the scene like if you watch Mrs Mazel. And you think of the gaslight or when you think of these like maybe coffee shops that a lot of folk singers who go to in the West village. It sounded like it was a scene like that where somebody sound like offered as if they were helping her Her right sure. So if you're familiar with anything that's going on right now especially with a Taylor swift's album of the right and the writing that she's really doing about the the quagmire that she's in where they were. Basically like you can earn back the right of your six albums if you make six more albums for each album you can earn one and that that kind of language is not. I mean. I don't know where we get off on like still continuing the servitude speak. Like I thought we were retiring that or at least like being shameful about it Or like claws eating it in some way behind masking up behind some other men bureaucracy shiny shiny. I'll help you help you dumps but it reminded me so much of the kind of rigmarole that buffy went through forty fifty years ago of your talents. You can earn back your talents. If you'd like our indentured to me as an actor I do some acting and I. It shocks me. How many times people like you should be so honored to be in my project? Maybe I'll give you footage like not even going to consider paying you and you probably won't even get that so It it's still very much a thing and One more thing about what happened with buffy and then we'll we'll back up a bit and give some more back story but eventually one of her her heroes. Elvis Presley earned was like. Hey I love this song. It's like a romantic song with me and Priscilla. Yeah reported it. And she's like no right. No and that was an interesting story because it was Elvis's manager and you know of course any artists can cover song and and make money off of that that record and you know off of their version but he wanted the. His manager was bullying her into giving her. The the writing writes a cut of the publishing money because it would sell song. She would make money from his version of it. You know for every record he she would make. I don't know half a son or whatever it was and he wanted to know the manager wanted to cut and I think getting to the root of that question I want ownership of something you've created and feeling entitled to that especially if it's a woman if it's a person of color of it's a woman of color is the audacity is is is incredible but it's still so pervasive right. You can see it today when just the constant conversations when it comes to music specifically as you were talking about Taylor swift and then they were talking about people who women of color who are continually bullied into well. We gave you the opportunity you instead of. You earned this opportunity. We owe you odd sense of ownership as you said. It is like an modern form of indentured. Servitude gave you an opportunity. Now you need to pay me back somehow like wait but this is I did this. I created my content. What are you talking about what you're what you just said to me is the core the essence of sexual harassment? Right see how. Momberg's at back core to the proximity kernel of truth. No it's so true though. It is that whole misogynistic idea that this is what we have created in order to get what we have to do to unravel some other things because this is a core of this idea of you owe me and I think that what's really interesting. When we think about it kind of in its equal counterpart you know when you see an ucs in the workplace but especially in art as reason this example you see a man's career take off and you hear man. He is brilliant. He's brilliant and I think that you you hear that I. I often see that when managers or big record label company. You know big big time producers will use that phrasing rather than. Oh buffy Sainte. Marie owed Taylor Swift. Maybe one day. You'll you'll work hard enough for me with the terms and I make that you can eventually own that thing that you make Yeah yeah yeah all the systems in place so I would. I was thinking about this because I was listening to this episode on Buffy Sainte Marie last night and I learned to play the guitar because of Green Day yes boulevard Brooklyn. Dreams was my first song. I could still play it That got me to thinking of when I was that age when you were learning by the Marine Universal Soldier. I was wearing a lot of men right right songs written by men and I was honestly struggling for female artists. Sorry I'm really glad that you brought this person to talk about today And then I loved the music and like I said it was an introduction to me so for any other listeners. Might not be familiar. Could you both give a rundown on who buffy Sainte? Marie is sure I'll do the primer. And then mom if you want to take that away and and the the deeper meaning I'll see what I can do Buffy SAINTE. Marie is a singer Songwriter. She's an iconic folksinger. She really came of age. During the time of Bob Dylan and Joan Baez Joni Mitchell and she was a folksinger shows. A self taught musician she also happens to be in all go back before I go forward. She was adopted And she thought she was orphaned She actually was born on a reservation in Canada and this was during the time when there was a lot of re education. I mean. I'm sure there's a better way to phrase up. But that's the polite way that the American government has started talking about its history but during their reeducation and and placing children native American children and other places whether it was a boarding score adoption agencies. So she was actually adopted by a family in Massachusetts learned how to play the piano. Play the guitar. She was always a creative person and she really early. On in her early twenties wrote a string of songs ranging from protest songs like universal soldier to love songs. Like until. It's time for you to go covered by Elvis Presley Writing the music like up where we belong gentleman and officer. Oh excuse me. An officer and gentleman She she's a really iconic Folksinger and she's a true activist native American activist. I think the one thing that is really wonderful about. Buffy is that although some of her songs have been mean famous by other artists covered by other artists. She has persisted and she's released dozens and dozens of albums but gail from a from the perspective of the Vietnam War actually growing up during that era when these songs weren't just kind of nostalgia and they were actual real time calls to action. How would you phrase When you think of Buffy songs definitely reminds me of that time because the war was was very real Zaveri everyday part of our lives than and it was it was foundational for me because I was born in fifty five by the time. The war was really in full swing. I was twelve and thirteen years old so it was my formative years and one of the things. I really wanted to follow up on what Rose said not about the war. But I and I didn't realize this about buffy until we were doing the piece on her and I watched some some other interview video of her when I listened when I went to see once upon a time in Hollywood and I heard her voice in the There's a scene where Margot Robie who's playing Sharon Tate and Quentin Tarantino's movie. Once upon time in Hollywood gets in her car and you hear a song come on. It's the circle game which is a very very well known Joni Mitchell Song. The Circle Games And the seasons they go round and round and I had never heard buffy sing the song and I knew Joni had written it. And I I know Joni Mitchell's version. And but I knew because we were in the middle of editing this this piece that it was buffy voice it was because she has a very unmistakable. Kind of trill to her singing and When I looked up some video of her singing it I saw her being interviewed. And and what I understood from what she was telling the story she was towing Joni Mitchell Canadian also and she had heard Joni Mitchell long before she was famous and taken that song and recorded it as a way of giving Joni Mitchell's career boost and I just think that's so interesting when somebody that you know of that's so enormously famous like Johnny Mitchell is Joni. Mitchell is helped by somebody. You know another sister if you will and other another musician who And then the interesting thing. Buffy said in this interview was she thought. Joni Mitchell was so great and Joni gave a demo tape and she carried it around everywhere she went and would play it for anyone. She could get to listen to it so really helped contribute to to somebody else's career and I thought that was pretty amazing. It's a strong sentiment. Also there was an autobiography published on Buffy Sainte Marie about a year ago and the Ford has written by Joni Mitchell and it has that sentiment exactly of you know when I was coming up and I looked up to buffy and there were very few true singer Songwriters as Buffy was also a writer and so that was a really really interesting connection to think of that and also to remember an apropos of our conversation of really that network of of women and really One woman success is as many others. But there's many women behind it is beautiful as one of our favorite things about women supporting women. Yes and this might seem like A. This is an artsy question. I wouldn't like but I feel like. Ut will be good at it. Mom used watch northern exposure facing How would you describe your music for people who have heard it before well? It's definitely what I would call folk music it's A lot of Solo guitar accompanying vote a single vocal. Almost everything I've I've heard of her's is her singing unaccompanied by a band or with other people singing and doing harmony with her. So in a in a sense I would totally describe it. As classic nineteen sixties folk music. Cassette is really how you picture all all the singer songwriters that came from that era. Bob Dylan Leonard Cone. Judy Collins. Everybody playing guitar. I thought John Denver. Yeah I know you think you you imagine someone standing on stage with you know an Acoustic Guitar and pouring their heart out. That's buffy Sainte Marie. Yeah totally and in her later. Work where I've seen more current videos on Youtube Mama's the original sleuth. Yeah it's it's dangerous so on on more current music of buffy. I hear Drums and certain way of singing that and even the lyrics now that I know of her her processes. She's really she's really brought in like she's made kind of the music industry that pushed her out for so long and even blacklisted her. The Johnson Administration the next administration. I guess the Nixon Administration radio stations following suit. She has kept true to hurt her northstar compass and even in doing so. She has evolved and really embraced her roots and so many of the people that join her on her albums and especially more recent albums the MOMS talking about future. A lot of artists Other native American artists native American instruments and ways of singing and she really has folded that into her later work going back to universal soldier. I know On her website correct she has like almost like Croup notes or something. It's an it's you know. It's an annotated you know. Line by line referencing. What each what. Each line is referring to in terms of. He's he's five foot five to six feet four. Those were the grammars he's seventeen and thirty four thirty one..