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Fresh "Upstate" from Brian Kilmeade

Brian Kilmeade

00:36 min | 32 min ago

Fresh "Upstate" from Brian Kilmeade

"The block. This is a W A V c 77 2nd News Update. Good morning. I'm Frank Diaz. At least seven people are dead in a series of car crashes during a sandstorm in Utah Sunday afternoon. About 20 vehicles were involved in the crash that also injured many more. The White House says it won't live to any existing travel restrictions right now due to concerns of the delta variant of Covid 19. The US currently bans most non US citizens who have been to the UK and other parts of the world within the last 14 days. Florida woman is dead after a skydiving accident Saturday morning in upstate New York 59 year old Karen Bernard of Wildwood was killed after her parachute malfunctioned as she jumped out of a plane. Long Island mother and her 10 year old daughter were among the victims in a fatal car crash near JFK airport Saturday. The two were hit by a drunk driver, who also faces charges including vehicular manslaughter and assault. 1960 civil rights activist Robert Moses passed away Sunday in Florida. Moses was well known for leading black voter registration drives in the American South and during beatings and jail time. Moses was 86.

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Fresh update on "upstate" discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

00:32 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "upstate" discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"Level of murder capitals where first or second per capita of the city. I live in homa. God of water port its greats period lake superior so with thirty five minutes away from the. Us border is the ideal place. It's right in the center of canada. So many cajon. I smuggle up up them and make some bucks. I'm really be a straw. Coyote in for california run straws. The california gun point. What could they do. What do they do to catch you at ten thousand strollers talk about a light load at you ever seen the reality show with our canadian border patrol. You're you're border is nothing to cross compared to what these guys are like. Net kept saying to dell. Why are they showing people. How the operate. These guys are awful. Like you didn't want to deal with border patrol because hop that that has a a license agent right. Those people were kind of just walk in and get the job because they have a pulse. You know actually a lot of them are like the worst people you'll ever meet you like they've they've like a hard on for messing with people if they decide they don't like the look you they can play over in your car. Rip your whole car apart to not say you put it back together. And they can and they have. I know people tap to one time. I was driving through new mexico and into texas in border patrol stopped. There were stopping everybody on the highway even auto crossing in mexico so this new york license plates in my long hair. My my all right. And then the guy's like you know ask me all screwed up questions and you know and then attia five and fruit and whatever. They took everything of my car and threw it on the ground and then would before i left there like all right now pick shit up and get out of here just like that. I was like all nice man. Michael i know somebody that had i think it was a limited edition camaro at the time and he came through younger guy. I'm not kidding. They stripped it down to the frame and the wheels like the wheels..

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"upstate" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds

05:41 min | Last week

"upstate" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

"One of the things. I really like about this. This metaphor is that it helps explain. Why one particular approach might work for a person in situation and fail miserably in another just the same way that you can resist getting a cold if your immune system is strong but if you're stressed because you're in the middle of final exams you'll be susceptible so just as our bodies immunity to infectious. Biological microbes is complicated right. Our minds immunity to thought microbes. Cognitive contagion is also complicated. So you can be. You can have a high level of resistance to alien abduction stories and a very low level of of resistance to scientology so the the full truth about what makes minds immune and what it makes them immune to and what it fails to make them immune to is complicated but you can in fact learn a discipline of idea testing that makes you immune to many many many kinds of mind parasites in the book. I argue that that the famous socratic method is one of the most powerful mind innocuous of all time and that if we all take our cue from socrates and learn how to test ideas with questions and then in particular right kinds of questions that we can begin to develop herd immunity to cognitive contention. I think that's one of the things that You you have this one vignette it. You describe how you had just i. You're just gotten tenure. Or maybe you're on the tenure track and you're teaching your class which you had prepared so So intensely and the first semester was a total disaster exam and the second semester was really life changing raise. Why don't you tells what happened in that second semester. And what that taught you. Well there's a couple of different anecdotes along these lines from the from the book i'll pick one of them. Here may not be exact when you had in mind. But i think it will work well in this context. I was teaching critical thinking at a small college in upstate..

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"upstate" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"upstate" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Upstate New York on coast to coast. Am for Dr Bart. Costco. Laura. Hey. Hi. Ian. Inducted Pasco. Well, I was in hold ahead. Another quick fried after if they went, Um I was thinking just like with joint replacement that if the surrounding tissue is an exercise It then kept telling me that the joint affair so it seems like you can have the most brilliant chips that if the human mind isn't developed to interface with it and interpret the information intelligently that the cyber person is going to fail, So, uh, don't we need to take education more seriously? And what new kinds of education Would be needed to make it work, and the other thing was He who manufactures the chips controls the data. Lot of that. You're right. If you just put a chip in the brain, you're going to get dead tissue and a chronic tissue around there. That's a very tough problem. I think they'll overcome it with some version of stem cells. Lot of work on that kind of thing, but it's like any other implant to the body. The body initially rejects it, but I think Lauren, We're going to really outsmart the immune system. We're already starting. I mean, look at the messenger RNA vaccines that most of us having this right now. Whatever the risk are with that it's pretty clever, Clever stuff, and my understanding was that we had the sequence of the genome on January 10th 2020. And five days later, Moderna with the National Institutes of Health had already laid out. A vaccine for the spike protein and something unheard of before now it's true you've got injected, maybe like I did with 100 Billion or so of the spike proteins. Maybe they penetrated. Blood brain barrier. Let's hope there's no downstream consequences. But my understanding is right now There's a lot of folks looking at modifying the M R N a approach the program it more like a computer to recognize cancer cells. Lot more, and I'm pretty sure that's something they will overcome, but with respect to making it the chips, I think you're right. People who make those and probably more importantly, maintain the content to them will have a lot of control. So as and I were discussing earlier. It's one thing to be cancelled outright. But what about shadow banned in your chip? Or you find yourself saying things you didn't really mean because you're being manipulated that itself getting a lot of legal trouble? The potential here to manipulate one other just at the level of advertising, let alone real malefactor is truly frightening. Yeah, that would be some interesting legal implications of that, Um Although, you know still some point of that. I mean, wouldn't we have to? How do we imagine where the line is between a thought that is been projected into our heads. And our own free will to reject it. Don't we already have a million thoughts every day that we don't act on? It has to be again. If you think of a thought is just a pattern constructed by the local neural network, 100 billion or film, and they're right and your neural network in your brain. There's millions of those all the time. It is difficult to know. If you've been manipulated, or if you know, to the extent that you're consciously doing it. How much am I really imitating What I just saw like you mentioned. We talked about music, my unduly influenced by what? I heard a lot of us who write novels trying not to read. Other folks novels at least, course, because it's just too much influence, right, even subtle or otherwise. Yeah, but I mean, even when we're there's some people that you know the talk about the devil and I'll say, Well, the devil picks us. Over attempts us to do things that are wrong. But there is no legal excuse that says the devil made me do it. You can't get out of something to spread going. Well, you know, I was taken over by the devil and and then of the 12 people disagree with you. There is something called the McNaughton doctrine, but it's very unlike in the movies, the insanity defense It goes like this if you could not distinguish between squeezing a lemon. And the victim's neck. Uh, if you can distinguish, you might have a chance at the insanity defense. But you're right general extremely difficult, right? And I think that and I think that's totally valid If you if you just walking down the street, you walk up and you shot somebody walked out. And you had no that to them to you in your mind. That didn't even happen. I could I could hear that as an argument. But it's also to saying actively where people talk about if we're comparing that to brain images or thoughts that are being You know, imported into our minds. We still wears the line between that and free. Will that says that's weird. Not going to do that. You put your finger on a key distinction on crimes. There's two types. There's specific intent. Right in general intent specific, intense, like larceny or stealing. And then if you drink a lot of alcohol and form the specific intent, that's a defense because it negates the bad minor men's real But if it's general intent, like battery or rape, Or kidnapped. You can't get away with that. And the famous example in the law. Some gentlemen was raping a Russian woman and she was saying yet yet yet no, no, no in Russian, and he said, I don't speak Russian. Of course, the law didn't There was That was a mistake. But it was not a reasonable mistake, but with respect to a specific intent, crime, any mistake if it's sincere will negate the crime. Brendan is in Texas on coast to coast. Am productive. Bart Costco, Brendan Hello. Thank you guys. So much blessings to everybody out there. I'm gonna just shot them. Blast some factoids Super quick and go into my main point, and we'll move on. Make it super quick. Wait, wait, wait, wait! Whoa, whoa. We just We got a lot of people hanging on so I understand you. You may have a vision of how this is going to go. But how many factoids are we talking about here? I'm just going to do to real quick. Okay. Go ahead. Super duper Quick U S patent. There was a patent in the fifties or the seventies. Excuse me. 50 years old. That they can control the nervous system through electromagnetic waves from the monitored can just Google that one. It's real quick Google and then Coors Light Dream incubation. They did a project where they would try to put advertisements in two people sleep. So those were my two real quick, quick factoids, And my main point is with the Chinese Credit Court credit Score system. Do you think that that could backfire on them by them digitizing all their social interactions because You know they're trying to control the brains through social interactions. Kind of like and pleasure through like Alex Huxley's brave new world. So if they lost Internet or power, do you think that could backfire on them? Because they're digitizing everything. Go ahead look at backfire. But if it doesn't and it doesn't look like it's going to at this point, I think they're going to achieve a new equilibrium have more. The the Communist Party sounded more power than ever and very difficult to shake off..

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"upstate" Discussed on Food Heaven Podcast

Food Heaven Podcast

04:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"upstate" Discussed on Food Heaven Podcast

"I mean considering there's a whole pandemic going on like you are going to have an amazing birthday. You're doing so much. I know i'm kind doing like more than ever. I'm excited yeah. Now what about you and it'd be so much fun i am going upstate. So i'm being it a little more. Low key yeah. My friends and i booked a place in in the catskills. And yeah we're just gonna be in the mountains we're going to do some nature We're going to barbecue because the place has like a grill and everything and how fun. Yeah that's i think we're just gonna let go out to e and have some cake and just kinda chill. I was really open to like whatever. I just wanted to be with my closest friends and so i was like. Oh you know. We can go like i would have been fine just going to the park and like having a picnic or whatever but yeah. We decided that we would go away for the weekend. To explore the catskills. I love upstate. I went to college upstate and so it's always nice going there. Try to go at least once a year and kind of explore a different area upstate in so yeah. Haven't been to this area that we're going to so yeah. That should be fun. And then like on the literal day of my birthday. I am going to get a massage. i have to work. So i'm gonna like stuffed under. They got him aside. I will probably go to the park and like just do stuff by myself. I i like to like as part of birthday celebrations always like to do something by myself. So yeah that's the plan. That's on scrape eight. Yeah i'm also working on my actual birthday to which sucks. Yeah but it's also. I mean i feel like i have a great job. So yeah exactly. It's not like a dry his client and it's it's all about you know the intention that you put into it so i don't really care if we're celebrating on the actual day or if it's the weekend or whatever it's not a big deal.

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Crystal Loverro Is in a Constant State of Healing

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

02:11 min | Last month

Crystal Loverro Is in a Constant State of Healing

"So i'm very pleased to welcome on the program today crystal vero and i'm going to hand it over to crystal with the typical open ended question. Who exactly is crystal aveiro. I think you saw for having me market so pleasure to be here So who am i. Let's say well. I am an actor. A model of producer martial artist acting is my first and most passionate love in terms of what i consider myself and what i do. I grew up in binghamton new york. Which is upstate our south of syracuse. For those weren't super familiar with new york city so i started my career In college in psychology. That's why like super excited to be here because psychology is also huge huge. Love of mine sweitzer. Before i decided chase my dreams an actor so Yeah i got i. I went to courtland It's also in upstate. New york kind of a small town. Not a lot of people know about. But i there for year For psychology and then i transferred to binghamton university. Which is from my hometown on. And i switched over to neuro science. And i ended up graduating with a bachelor's of science and neuroscience. While i was there i did a lot of research on parkinson's disease. Actually the shirt. I'm wearing worked for the podcast. It's big brain. I got it from science twenty-six teen which is awesome neuroscience convention We were in san diego so after i graduated My thoughts words to go to med school to either be neurologist or cardiology list but you know as much as i love medicine and i was an emt and loved. The i loved the field. I didn't find myself very fulfilled. Feel like it was what i was destined to do

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Prof. Douglas Natelson, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Rice University.

Scientific Sense

02:00 min | Last month

Prof. Douglas Natelson, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Rice University.

"Mike Son was professor chair of physics and astronomy at twice university. He's twisted focuses on the electronic magnetic adopt properties launches the conduct. Thank you happy to be here. Thanks for doing the silent still with you. Come in three in physics today. The years ago of conduct matters image. Problem you said condit's mattress largest discipline bit physics. It has enormous influential. Average person stabilized nonetheless the feed flies under the popular radar routinely upstate in the press television at popular literature but news of astrophysical exotica in the quest for new elementary particles I agree with you I used to have a h getting background in that. I think about physics generally just think about desperate physical exotic that you mentioned the politics so says a looked exactly is it. Let's start. Let's go to the physics What exactly is condensed matter physics. Condensed matter physics is what is the modern name for what people call us to call solid state physics but i think they want people wanted to include liquids as well so that's why it's sort of condensed phases distinct from gases and the whole point of condensed matter physics the whole philosophy behind condensed matter physics to use the word in a non professional way is that there are emergent properties. That happen when you bring together large numbers of constituents that may be interact via very simple rules. You can end up with emergent behaviors and emergent properties. That are not at all obvious.

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Michael Anton on Buckhead Secession, Realities in Other States Like New York and Maryland

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last month

Michael Anton on Buckhead Secession, Realities in Other States Like New York and Maryland

"The people in the North. In parts are saying, Why don't we just get out of the city of Atlanta and become our own incorporated city that we can have our own police force and we can hire people who are going to enforce the law and let them know that we back then? You know, Michael, this makes me think of the it's really used in for religious institutions. More We talk about the term but the term subsidiarity, which is really the best level of administration, the most effective level of administration is going to be local. You know, In other words, you're H o A is going to be more receptive to what you need, because it's probably only what 102 100 homes and Eurasia way vote means a whole lot. It's one of 200 then the president to you, because he really doesn't care. I mean, you know, hundreds of millions of people vote for the president, of course of election cycles. Your vote. You know it matters, but you know, mathematically. It obviously doesn't matter as much. And I think this is one of those ideas that listen. If New York State is so big, it's not going to listen to him Onondaga County or whatever it may be. You know that Maybe these counties could join us, And I think having come from Maryland having lived there for a long time, Western Maryland Michael is always like my gosh. Why can't Can we get out of here? Can we go to West? Virginia? Yeah, Western Western, You know, I I know very little about the area, but I've been through it a couple of times. And once you get to Frederick and beyond the whole character of the state is utterly utterly different than what you see in Baltimore or around the chest speak. It's just it has way more in common with West Virginia or rural Pennsylvania, then And or, you know, or even parts of Virginia that don't have anything anymore, really in common with Northern Virginia, and yet because of the way because there's the dominance of urban and suburban areas in terms of population, you can vote to your heart's content in Western Maryland, and it doesn't matter. You're just going to lose every time the same way somebody in upstate New York will always get out. Voted by the city or somebody in you know, the rural Virginia or Western Virginia is always going to get out. Voted by Northern Virginia, those suburban counties right around Washington, D. C. They just they just

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How Do Taxes Work for Remote Employees? It's Complicated.

Reset

02:30 min | 3 months ago

How Do Taxes Work for Remote Employees? It's Complicated.

"Is april fifteenth tax day. Except it's not the. Irs has extended as yours deadline to file and people like myself now have until may seventeenth to get those forms in but if you're one of the millions of employees who work remotely in the last year you may find some surprise taxes you haven't heard about yet. Luckily my colleague. ronnie. Mola is here to explain ronnie. Hey peter you know used to sit next to each other day after day after day and then the pandemic came and you went away to an undisclosed location somewhere north of new york city as it going up there colder than where you are but pretty good. It's colder and are your taxes any different because you because you live upstate. So for me. It's not that different Because i used to live in brooklyn. Now i've moved upstate within the same state so it's just a matter of you know just paying taxes where i live but to another state. Say like texas or tennessee. You might be a different situation. Why is up. Your taxes are generally based on where you're physically doing the work like where you're sitting in sweatpants and typing on your computer except in the case of these convenience role states which were these states that say hey we're gonna tax you based on where your job is located which kind of just like a whole wrench into how this normally works. So the convenience will states are states like new york arkansas connecticut. There's a they're seven of them and convenience rule states say that they're going to tax you based on where your office is where your job has an office not based on where you're physically working So that's obviously a big deal in the pandemic when a lot of people are no longer working Where their offices and they might be in a completely different state okay. I'm half following. So let's say you had moved to texas along with everyone else in technology. What would happen to your taxes for your current job at vox which is based in new york city since if i had moved to texas a state that has no income tax and it sounds like that's gonna be awesome because i'm going to get to keep more of my money because new york where my job has. An office is a convenience rule state. I actually still have to pay new york income tax. If my job had an office in another state say like tennessee or florida or any of the other non convenience role states i would pay taxes based on where i'm living in that case it would be texas.

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April the Giraffe, Who Became an Internet Sensation in 2017, Dies

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

April the Giraffe, Who Became an Internet Sensation in 2017, Dies

"An animal that became a viral star has died. Fox's jill nato reports remember april the taraf back in twenty seventeen. She was an internet sensation as she was getting ready to give birth at animal adventure park in upstate. New york. Her giraffe cam became one of the most watch live streams in youtube history april had to be euthanized at the age of twenty friday. She was suffering from mayo. Th rightous and had mobility problems. Her caretakers tried to ease her pain with joint supplements and meds. They even padded the flooring in her pen but she was declining. The park issued. A statement saying our hearts are hurting. April's impact on animal conservation and appreciation is both immeasurable and

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Viral Star, April The Giraffe Dies, Upstate New York

Retirement & Income Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Viral Star, April The Giraffe Dies, Upstate New York

"A viral star has died. Functions. Jill NATO reports. Remember April the giraffe Back in 2017. She was an Internet sensation as she was getting ready to give birth and animal adventure. Park in upstate New York. Her giraffe Cam became one of the most watched live streams and YouTube history. April had to be euthanized at the age of 20. Friday, she was suffering from osteoarthritis and had mobility problems. Her caretakers tried to ease her pain with joint supplements and meds. They even padded the flooring in her pin, but she was declining. The park issued a statement saying. Our hearts are hurting. April's impact on animal conservation and appreciation is both immeasurable. And last thing Jill NATO

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April, the giraffe that became an online star, dies

KPRC 950 AM Programming

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

April, the giraffe that became an online star, dies

"Remember April the giraffe Back in 2017. She was an Internet sensation as she was getting ready to give birth of animal adventure Park in upstate New York. Her giraffe Cam became one of the most watched live streams and YouTube history. April had to be euthanized at the age of 20 Friday. She was suffering from osteoarthritis and had mobility problems. Her caretakers tried to ease her pain with joint supplements and meds. They even patted the flooring in her pen, but she was declining. The park issued a statement saying. Our hearts are hurting. April's impact on animal conservation and appreciation is both immeasurable and last thing Boxes. Jill NATO I'm Pam, who's held Fox News.

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April the giraffe is dead

KPRC 950 AM Programming

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

April the giraffe is dead

"Remember April the giraffe Back in 2017. She was an Internet sensation as she was getting ready to give birth of animal adventure Park in upstate New York. Her giraffe Cam became one of the most watched live streams and YouTube history. April had to be euthanized at the age of 20 Friday. She was suffering from osteoarthritis and had mobility problems. Her caretakers tried to ease her pain with joint supplements and meds. They even patted the flooring in her pen, but she was declining. The park issued a statement saying. Our hearts are hurting. April's impact on animal conservation and appreciation is both immeasurable and last thing Boxes. Jill NATO I'm Pam, who's held Fox News.

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"upstate" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"upstate" Discussed on KCRW

"Upstate to downstate. Reformers say that police and mostly white elected officials dodged true reform and maintain the status quo. But that's not universally true. The city of difficult plans to completely rebuild its police department with a mix of both armed and unarmed patrol officers. Seven county on Long Island is banning consent only searches during traffic stops. And overall, New York's Association of Police Chiefs says that small departments are professionalizing the policies, collecting more demographic data and doing more training. Ava areas, is a law professor at Albany Law School. We're seeing incremental changes along those lines. I think those may be significant. She has consulted with both performers and police departments all over the state. The thing that I think may ultimately prove most impactful about the executive order is the way communities have become. Activated to engage with conversations about policing. Even with all these reform plans drafted this still nothing actually requiring that police implement them. But that to happen. New York's many local legislatures need to enforce the new plans. For NPR News. I'm Charles Lane in New York. Nearly 140 documentary filmmakers have signed a letter that was then given to PBS executives in it. They suggest the services support of white stars like Ken Burns might disadvantage nonwhite filmmakers and reduce the diversity of voices in its programming. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says that letter has reignited some longstanding complaints. About diversity in public television. Grace Lee wants to make one thing clear. She loves PBS, and she doesn't have anything in particular against Kim Burns. But the California based filmmaker signed onto a letter inspired by an essay she wrote last year. Declaring quote to truly reflect diversity. PBS must end its over reliance on Ken Burns as America storyteller. Lee, a producer on the five hour PBS series. Asian Americans know stuff. For many viewers, Burns is synonymous with PBS, and he gets a lot of time and resource is to tell his stories, including a six hour program on Ernest Hemingway starting next week. You know, I worked on this landmark groundbreaking series about Asian Americans. We got five hours to tell 150 years of American history, and then when you sort of just observed like how much time is given to say Ernest Hemingway. One man get six hours of documentary prime time. So this kind of disparity is something that I wanted to call attention to. Titled a letter to PBS from viewers like us. The missive was sent to PBS President Paula Kerger and the services on Bussmann. On Tuesday, It was co signed by several high profile filmmakers, including some WHO produced programs for PBS. Like Sam Pollard, a co director on the documentary classic Eyes on the prize. Stanley Nelson, Emmy winning director of Freedom Riders, and Garrett Bradley, director of the Oscar nominated film Time. Quote. This is about equitable support for black, indigenous and people of color film makers toe author their own narratives that rival the access and support seen by their white peers, the letter reads. Beyond inclusion. A collective of nonfiction creators, executives and industry figures, led by individuals who are black, indigenous and people of color, drafted the letter and collected the signatures. PBS responded by releasing figures to show 39% of PBS staff are non white and 35% of the 200 prime time hours of documentaries. The air in 2021 will be produced by divers. Filmmakers. At a February press conference, PBS president Paula Kerger pushback against Lee's essay, saying she would quote respectfully disagree. But Kerger now says PBS should examine its funding and resource is, you know her larger argument? I actually agree with it. It is an important moment for all of us to really take a hard look at what we're doing, and to make sure that we're pursuing all opportunities for PBS and for others were proud of the work that we do, but we certainly can do better. The letter asked for more specific information from PBS, including figures over the past 10 years for how many hours of nonfiction programming have been directed or produced by people of color. Kerger says she hopes to meet with the group provide more data and discuss their ideas. Eric.

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GOP Rep. Tom Reed apologizes, announces retirement amid misconduct claim

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

GOP Rep. Tom Reed apologizes, announces retirement amid misconduct claim

"Congressman tom. Reed of new york says he won't seek reelection and he won't run for governor next year read posted an online statement sunday. Npr's brian reports. He apologized to a woman who accused him of sexual harassment. Tom reed whose house district stretches across rural upstate. new york had been seen as a possible challenger. For new york's embattled governor andrew cuomo who faces numerous allegations of sexual impropriety. Then a former lobbyist came forward and accused read of touching her snapping her bra at a social gathering in twenty seventeen in his statement. Read apologized to the woman. Nicolette davis my behavior caused. Her pain showed her disrespect and was unprofessional wrote. He said he has since sought treatment for alcohol addiction. After leaving office at the end of his current term read says he plans to quote. Dedicate my time and attention to making amends for my past. Actions brian man. Npr

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What the Second Amendment really meant to the Founders

Frontlines of Freedom

04:15 min | 4 months ago

What the Second Amendment really meant to the Founders

"You know, in my intro and then earlier segment early in the show I was talking about The primary purpose of the Second Amendment, according to the founding fathers, and I said My piece told listeners what I thought that the primary purpose of the Second Amendment, according to people like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, What is in Mark Walters Mind the primary purpose. Of the Second Amendment. According to the phone and fathers. I love this because it's so provocative and I love to be provocative, and I'm gonna answer that with a question. Here's my question to you. We just talked about what Biden wants to do. Virginia the first time the Democrats took power in Virginia, for example, in 25 years. What's the first thing they did They chucked 12 Gun control bills down there. People throw up. Eight of them passing was signed into law. Joe Biden's first deal is gun control. I'm gonna answer the purpose of our founding fathers in the second Amendment with this question to you. What is it about their communist Marxist socialist masquerading his former Democrat agenda that requires you to be disarmed? Yeah. Very good point. And it would appear that great minds think alike because well, you know, we are way have Yeah, Me and George were in the world. Good company together. Way. Agree with each other. Martha. I guess the question is You know what is going to happen now? I mean, I look at it. It's like Texas that are actively talking about succession. Oh, yeah. You know, California's got bills by others, three different deals. They want to split that stable. You know, he was a really simple, quick Virginia. You know, I spent many a graduated college in Virginia. Lots of friends there lived in three different cities in Virginia know it well. It's a gun toting gun, love and freedom, love and bright red State. You've got two counties up there that control everything included with Richmond. The rest of the state is bright red. Why don't we have any electoral college at the state level? Okay? Yeah, Which would be which would kind of solve these problems. Where you New York State's a prime example. You get rid of that cess pool in Manhattan in the boroughs and New York State is a freedom loving, bright red state. Upstate New York's bright red Yep. Okay? Absolutely, you know, and you get rid of I mean term limits. Term limits scared me a little bit on Lee, because, well, what happens with term limits is you get the next term. Someone knows that's there. They could do anything they want. They're no longer held accountable to the voters that they don't have to hope if voters are hold them accountable. You know that old So what We do have term limits. We have elections. That's true, But they turn out the way they do in states like New York and California. Because we've got to a point. We have two or three cities controlling the rest of the state that needs to be looked at. Yeah, Georgia just gave you two of the worst senators in this country's history. And this is a bright red state. That isn't gonna be blue anytime soon. You look at the legislative makeup in the state and their redistricting coming up in July after this legislative session, you want to see Democrat controlled the state level the state Don't think of the rest of my life. And yet we just handed you too. The bluest worst of the worst senators, not because any red counties flipped blue. Nothing did They were able to siphon off more votes in two counties not being the cabin Fulton County And their six swing states. Basically, that have to fix their election systems of the way they do things in Michigan and Georgia. There's two of them right there, but nobody knew George was one of these states until that, you know, action. You see, that's why that's why people George, I would have never Guest. I wish Now, I will say this that we've been watching Stacey Abrams here for the last two years. Prior to the election in November. We all knew what she was up to. And here's the thing. I watched her vote on local news that night. Now here she is a resident of Atlanta. Hmm. And here she is. Dropping off an absentee ballot in a little mailbox been in downtown Atlanta. What? Why are you standing in line like the rest of us? Okay. That's where fraud comes from. Yeah, no signature verifications. Everybody gets mailed about it and they could go drop it in. No, no, no. No. Where I come from absentee ballots are for people like you who are serving their country overseas that need an absentee ballot Kids in college that can't make it back to their district to vote. My mom and dad who might be in Florida, and they're Georgia residents because they're they're from that's an absentee ballot. So those those issues are being addressed. Those issues are being addressed. They cut all ties to our gun rights, By the way, Yeah, and we'll have to address them on a different show because we are of time here, Mark.

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DeFeo, convicted killer in 'Amityville Horror' case, dies

John Catsimatidis

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

DeFeo, convicted killer in 'Amityville Horror' case, dies

"The man behind the Amityville horror murder cases dead, officials saying Ronald DeFeo Jr. Who shot and killed his entire family inside their Amityville home in 1974, died. In an upstate prison. We had been serving a 25 years to life sentence. He was 69 years old. His case inspired the book and movie versions of the

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Capitol rioter accused of assaulting officer, burying his badge in backyard

Retirement Key Radio

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Capitol rioter accused of assaulting officer, burying his badge in backyard

"Badge that was stolen by rioters who beat him during the capital riots with hidden in an odd place a suspect's backyard in upstate New York. Thomas Civic dug up officer Michael Flynn owns badge and gave it to authorities after they confronted him. Civic faces multiple charges, including stealing the badge and assaulting a police officer for known was beaten so badly he had a heart attack One year ago

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Investigation faults Rochester mayor, police chief for keeping Daniel Prude’s death secret in upstate New York

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Investigation faults Rochester mayor, police chief for keeping Daniel Prude’s death secret in upstate New York

"Questions are being raised in upstate New York, following the death of a black man after an encounter with police Daniel Prude, died last year after police in Rochester, New York, covered his face with a net designed to stop his ability from spinning on officers and further held him down by kneeling on his back with his face on the ground, While both of Mayor Lovely Warren and police chief Laurent Singletary insisted they didn't know for months proved had been restrained. An independent investigation finds they did know and intentionally didn't disclose that fact. Publicly. A grand jury already declined to indict the involved officers. Evan Brown Fox News. Congressional

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Inside The National Women's Hockey League's Coronavirus Bubble

All Things Considered

02:46 min | 6 months ago

Inside The National Women's Hockey League's Coronavirus Bubble

"League is off to a rocky start. It just began its two weeks season in a bubble in upstate New York, and today, one team dropped out because of Corona virus infections. For another team. The tournament is a chance to win a championship that was taken away by the pandemic last year. Remember station GBH. Esteban Gusteau's has more from Boston. As the days ticked down towards the Isabel Cup final last March, the Boston Pride seemed poised to add yet another trophy to their collection with the 23 1 record, a championship felt inevitable. The only thing that could stop the hockey team, it turns out was the coronavirus. The in WHL postpone the final a day before the championship game as the sports world began so wise up to the viral threats. Eventually it got canceled altogether. Pride forward and captain Gillian Dempsey remembers the emotional elevator. As everything settled. It was starting to become more frustrating being like, Oh, man, we never We never got that chance. Now, almost a year since the team's last game, the pride or back on the ice over a two week bubble season in Lake Placid, New York. It looks like a penalty coming. Another power play coming for Boston Bubbles have become common as pro leagues navigate Cove in 19, no travel, no fans frequents covert tests and many other restrictions. Pride President Hailey Moore in the rest of the end of Uhl. The challenge of setting up the protective shell has been worthy of its own trophy. You want to be Sure that the safety of our players our staff, our fans are communities are the top priority. And as things evolved, this was really just the natural but to be able to salvage this season. At Lake Placid, the teams out to win hockey games, but players also have to carry on with their lives. Rookie forward Sammy Davis is continuing work on her doctorate degree. While she's in the bubble. Julian Dempsey teaches fifth grade. The time in New York is no vacation for them. Them seats hot remotely last fall and started hybrid classes this month in Lake Placid. She's teaching on zoom from her hotel room during the day and then taking to the ice at nights. It's a grind for two weeks. It's pretty much gonna be a game every day or every other day, and that that's a tremendous amount of hockey. With the game's underway, the pride have a chance to feel something like normal again, if just for two weeks into maybe claim a crown that never found a head to rest on last March for NPR news. I'm Esteban, who steals in Boston.

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Inside The National Women's Hockey League's Coronavirus Bubble

All Things Considered

00:16 sec | 6 months ago

Inside The National Women's Hockey League's Coronavirus Bubble

"National Women's Hockey League is off to a rocky start. It just began its two weeks season in a bubble in upstate New York, and today, one team dropped out because of Corona virus infections. For another team. The tournament is a chance to win a championship that was taken away by the pandemic last year.

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It's a dangerous time to be a journalist in America

It's All Journalism

04:34 min | 6 months ago

It's a dangerous time to be a journalist in America

"One of the most disturbing trends over the last few years has been the uptick in violence directed against journalists for members of the public. even law enforcement. Sadly does not seem to be something that is going away anytime soon. I'm michael o'connell this is. It's all journalism the us press. Freedom tracker is led by the freedom of the press foundation and the committee to protect journalists in collaboration with other leading press freedom groups us press freedom has taken a dive during the trump administration and to be fair. It wasn't stellar before that today. We're joined by michael d dora washington advocacy manager of the committee to protect journalists on the state of press freedom. The us and what a new administration might mean to press freedom. Welcome to the podcast michael. Thanks for having me on leisure veer. First of all. Tell me about your background. How did you get involved in. The subject of press. Freedom shirt will actually as it turns out. I was a journalist in a life. As they say when i was in college at the state university of new york at albany in upstate new york i was editor in chief. A school newspaper. There started out as a dog for and and writer for the paper. I work my way up during my senior year. I also had a an ship with news. And i was working at the state capital. They're essentially a roving reporter for gannett on all things happening around the capital. After i graduated. I took a job with fox. News happens in worked at their headquarters in new york city as an editor for fox news dot com and at that point was kind of looking at my future in journalism. And you know looking at the the landscape and you know it was before the economic crash of the late two thousands. But i wasn't so sure about my long-term chances of really succeeding in journalism. And i wasn't sure that i was a hundred percent dedicated to what what that would take. You know i had gotten a couple of offers Really small newspapers around the united states wherever they could build up my credibility as journalists. But i wasn't sure at one lived and you want a place with a couple of hundred people. So what i do is i went to. My master's degree in city. University of new york fulltime is a press relations officer at city university of new york. When i was when i was doing a studying political theory you know throughout my journalism career. I was always really interested in the dynamics of human rights and international politics foreign relations and so ended up studying that the relationship between human rights and governments religion in governments and what ended up doing is kind of turning from engaging in journalism myself to advocating for people who serve themselves to be journalists. And so i spent some time in an organization called center for query which defended freedom of expression and then three and a half four years ago or so the community day journalists was tiring a washington advocacy manager someone to manage their full time engagement with us government in washington and that was the first time they had that position they actually just created it and it felt like a a real good fit for me. So i've been with the organization since then and yeah. It really is amazing career wise to have. Its turn where i was a journalist and the now really working at the preeminent organization that is out in the defending journalists. Maybe just answer this question but you know what is the mission of the project to protect journalists or is it really like an obvious name. It is to some extent an obvious name. The committee to protect journalists is a group of people who are working together to protect journalists. That being said of course every so often you get emails or phone calls from people who think that you're actually committee of government or don't quite understand the name. The committee to protect journalists independent nonprofit organization that promotes press freedom around the world and the right of journalists to report the new safely. And without fear of reprisal we try to protect very broadly the free flow of news and commentary information by taking action wherever journalists are under threat. And the reason for the word committee is that quite literally. The organization was founded in the early nineteen by journalists. Were basically added states. A small group of them who came together because they were concerned about the dangerous that journalists outside of the country were facing journalists around the world. Who didn't quite enjoy the same protections that journalists in the united states face so it started out as a committee that was seeking to publish information and highlight the plight of journalists around the world. Who do not enjoy the same. Protections isn't journals united states. it's obviously grown quite a bit since then.

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Three National Guard members die in chopper crash in upstate New York

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Three National Guard members die in chopper crash in upstate New York

"Three national guard members were killed when a military helicopter crashed in upstate. New york wednesday evening. According to officials the aircraft a u h sixty medical evacuation helicopter was on a routine mission when it crashed in mendon. It's a rural town right near rochester. about six. thirty in the evening and witnesses told The national guard that they saw the chapter flying low near the ground. It wasn't immediately known what caused the

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3 soldiers dead after military helicopter crashes in upstate New York

WGN Programming

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

3 soldiers dead after military helicopter crashes in upstate New York

"Three National Guard members were killed tonight in the crash of a U H 60 Medical evac helicopter. New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs, says it happened around 6 30 mend in New York's south of Rochester during what it calls a routine training flight. Who took off from Army Aviation support facility at Rochester International Airport. They were assigned to see company of the first Battalion, 171st General Support Aviation Battalion. Investigators are working to determine cause identities have not yet been made.

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"upstate" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"upstate" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"This is a factual statement and the result of the gerrymandering means that literally the one-person-one-vote principle of a democracy does not exist in Myriad respects in our electoral process. And then you add on to it the prison gerrymandering piece of it, which means that in many parts of our country proud owners are shipped to Upstate locations where they can't vote but because of the way the census counts them their bodies being in that District dead. Gives the people who live in that District extra voting power, which is extraordinary. It is corrupt and it is anti-democratic. So that's a different kind of gerrymandering and it means that certain districts usually rural white Republican get to count usually black bodies from inner-city districts as extra voting power for themselves. And then you add to that that people who don't have money often can't get to the voting polls for all kinds of barrier reasons or can't get to the voting polls because of all kinds of new polling rules that have been implemented that we're largely outlawed for all kinds of important reasons because they were perceived to be pulled taxes and those are back on the table. And and so so that's the part that makes us feel like why do we imagine we still have a democracy and then there's the other part that says but yes, we in fact do you still have a democracy? And so there's that and we must fight for it and that takes us to the Voting Rights Act. So the Voting Rights Act was extremely important because it was a statement that said we actually do have one dog. Be better implemented and we better stand by it and we better make it do what it's supposed to do and there is talk of investing in that Voting Rights Act. I think we should better do it and we better do it quickly because no sooner did we pass the original voters right Voting Rights Act and we had mass incarceration which pretty much undercut it for thousands. I explained both prison gerrymandering and also felon disenfranchisement of course, and we better do it because because of all the other reasons are just said and here's the real question. We need to start asking people. What are you afraid of and here's what they're going to have to admit that if we actually had universal suffrage if actually everybody could vote and they actually voted their interests. This country would look fundamentally different tomorrow and that's because you just gotta look at our demographics now and you just wage To look at our class demographics and our racial demographics. And so if people really say they support democracy than what I say is that everybody should when they get their social security card at Birth, for example, then you automatically are registered to vote. That's the way it is in some countries. Why not? If you're a citizen you can vote. I mean some people would take it further than that, but how about we just do that and so yeah, the the Rights Act was an incredibly important moment, but I think we need to do that again and more because people who throw around democracy, they better start actually infusing it with some meeting because right now we are not living in a democracy actually and on that note. I'm wondering is there something because the word democracy? I mean you ask any given person they may even Define that differently off. So I'm wondering if there's something that you wish that Americans knew about democracy that maybe we don't know or don't necessarily think of Well, you're right that there's lots of different ways. You can have a democracy fair enough, but I believe that most democracies at least the way or let me rephrase it. I believe that most Americans believe that the American democracy is in fact as it is supposed to be in law premised on the principle of one-person one-vote and that comes with it a certain set of implications right that you you are one person and that your one vote matters as much money as another person and we can quibble about whether you should you know, you are a person at 18 or whether you're a person at 21 or you know, we can we can

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"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

03:54 min | 8 months ago

"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

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"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

07:19 min | 8 months ago

"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

"Critic community. Have that much influence to be part of facebook partner them. That was definitely a an attention getter for me. Yeah unfortunately my choice. Yeah unfortunately in gaming it still thought of where if you say that. You're a gamer that you enjoy playing games layout. It's assumed that you're living in your mom's basement. you're overweight. Drinking mountain dew. Sitting there was with a bag of doritos on your lap. You know crumbs all over yourself. And it's it's still the the idea that people that aren't familiar with the this arena having their head you know and and And that's unfortunate and nfl even segregated even more and you know if you're if you're in the games you can't be in a fashion you know like that sort of thing it's it's it's so backwards in. It's it's sad that there is still that much progress needed within. You know even even the gaming community of of that sort of thing very true very true all right. Let's go on to best rpg. We'd couple more here so nominees for best role playing game. Our final fantasy seven remake dench impact persona five royale wasteland. Three and the coosa like a dragon. Lots of good options with was tough. This one is tough again. I'm not familiar with all the games in this category. I i'm i voted for persona five royal. I played the original. Didn't beat it. I got stuck and never tried to restart. Because i was already twenty hours and i didn't wanna read. Start those twenty hours. You know the way you play the game. If you get to a certain point you're not strong you can kind of screw yourself over and you just can't Like i said. I played the final fantasy remake demo and that was fun and it has made me wanna get the game. I just haven't had the chance or the funds. And then when i saw persona five royal on sale during black friday on the playstation store i was like it Tyranny in the group. She convinced me to just get the standard edition. Not the deluxe one. 'cause all the extra stuff doesn't really add anything to the game. Yeah so i got. And i've been playing nonstop ever since i got it So good like it's so stylish and all the mechanics are just are just great and they improved a lot of things on the original. I have played a yakuza game before. But i know with like a dragon. They ve vastly changed the game like it's now a turn based Rpg instead of the actions you know. Almost like batman arkham asylum type style fighting that they had in the previous yakuza games. But i've heard nothing but good things about it wasteland. three. I haven't heard much about. I haven't heard very many people talk about it. Gidget impact has had you know a pardon the pun but has had a huge impact has been very popular. Matt has tried to stream it on lts unsuccessfully but. I've heard that lots of people like that one. My like i said my vote was persona. But if i had the gas i'm gonna say final fantasy seven remake though just because it's it's such a known quantity you know like people loved it back in ninety seven when it first came out The the remake was so highly anticipated. Now that it's finally out even though it's just part one. I think. I think it will win. I think it will win. This probably running away just because it's it was so wanted for so long right away I was i wouldn't. My father was not running away mainly because it's not done like it's not. It's not an entire game fair. The entire story for me no matter how great it is like i. I could not call it my game of the year when it's not a complete game So for me. My my prediction is going to be persona five royal. Okay that's my prediction Because everything i know of it people like it. Yes and that's fantastic love. It is fantastic and you actually have a complete game And i haven't i haven't heard a negative word about it. So and that's my that's my pick for for our. Pg cool all right and let's see here so let's see we've got two categories left to talk about and that is game of the year which will save for last in her. The next one is going to be best narrative cat and the nominees are didn't nominate are loading okay. Thirteenth sentinels ages rim final. Fantasy seven remake. Go soon go through. Shema haiti's and lhasa was poor too. I think we've heard some of these games before another. I think they've made some a return appearance. Yeah i would say this after par to i don't think he's going to win now No because it made too many because you know trying to. If you haven't played the game yet i don't it's pinson's like i haven't played it yet but okay. I know. i know a lot of people. Were happy with it. Yes it didn't make anybody happy a great story and it's not going to win simply on the fact that no one was made happy by this game okay. So i'm sure that one's not gonna win. Of course watching may prove me wrong. But i'm my prediction..

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"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

06:47 min | 8 months ago

"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

"So that was okay. Reason why got it and i remember he. Also he going upstairs to his room. And i would hang out with my grandma. He had the The cardboard cutout of shack the life. Size one geared. The crap outta me almost every time. I open up that door. I go a little bit dark on up stairs because the light you're not top of the room or whatever didn't always stiff all my gosh. I almost fell down the stairs a couple of times and the bejesus out of me. Oh my gosh it was awful. It was so awful but still really cool because the checks smile smile. So i i do remember. It was not as big deal. Because he didn't have the names like jordan. Pippen charles barkley and clyde and all those guys and they weren't playing in the olympics aeroplane in the world championships. So yeah the notoriety wasn't going to be there for unfortunately because that's deserves a lot more recognition for sure. Yeah definitely does is actually one of the things that he may want to do. Trying to plan for is Do a special thing with olympic south hoping to do that for this year but obscene got postponed till next year. Yeah but if it happens. Next year i went to actually do a lot of mainly focus on like the more popular olympic games in amongst eulogy in the community. So i'm well basketball. Generally one of the more popular ones. I wanna do some watch long whether to discord or or which Settled for senior. If you hear that about one am trying to gonna talk about that pretty soon. The community income. It's a crew. There's a chrome app that allows you to You do watch parties with a link with her. It's like youtube or video or or who whatever the thing is one month plug in multiple services you can work with. Yeah so I've got some things. I'm going to put on your. You'll everyone will see pretty soon. So i wanna do. Some watch longs just in have conversation night. This 'cause a lot of people Especially the younger cheeks. dating see. They weren't they weren't born yet or they were like to. You know when it happened and they didn't get to see you know some of these guys play in. Don't have you know unable to have the full appreciation. Because they weren't there and they they can't help that that's not their fault also You know i as an you know. I'm almost forty. So i consider myself old guy now as the old guy i you know i tell young people stories about you. Know as a kid watching you know. Car lewis and jackie joyner-kersee and slow joe and all these all these great athletes of the past even gonna come michael johnson with those gold shoes shoes work foul take. Gosh i wanted those so bad. If i ran track so okay preteen tomorrow teenagers. I was iran. I was a sprinter. So michael. Johnson was a favorite of mine. Because you know he ran the four hundred iron the four hundred so yeah I remember watching him. Do those and you know. Watching carleen jackie's last olympics. And i watch them. Mix my virtually monetize. Your life was ninety watching to was there last olympics right now ninety six. It was ninety six okay. I couldn't remember if they were in the ninety six olympics as well i remember my first time watching them with eight and bar in in seoul You i saw carl. Jackie and flow joe and then Ninety two barcelona games and then the ninety six games. Yeah and that's where they were. All flow had already passed but jackie joyner-kersee and carlos particularly Were they that was their final one. And that was the the coming out party for michael johnson and out in and mary jones who had for annot mary. Giles was two thousand but Yeah but my johnson's coming out party and it was the end of an era for for usa track and it was. It was big for me because you know the the ninety six year deal yet. Another dream team You know the the games were in atlanta. You know kurt angle. you know. that's when the broker neck and neck in our critical fan. Because you know at that time we had moved by that time but No i had moved about smooth from pittsburgh to valley where i live now but As a young wrestler in the pittsburgh area i there were times where i was at clearing university. I got to see credential wrestling kyle. That's awesome incur angle was like people like people watch angle in the ring and the wwf ring. And they're like. Oh wow he's amazing. Yeah that's the only contact. I have for him. I know he was an amateur wrestler to see kurt angle on the mat. Yeah during and in the olympics but he was dominant do you know are his match like olympic matches are those on youtube or anything because obviously and ninety six or when when i got introduced to ninety nine in there wasn't youtube so i couldn't like go back and try and watch anything i could imagine that some of the stuff is that the usa sports has you'll his olympic matches on their man. I hope so because he was he was something else. Man i gotta be. I'm pretty sure at least at the minimum his gold medal-winning atlanta gotta be youtube. Yeah i would really shocked if it's not. Yeah oh because that's just bad marketing than on the olympics. If yeah i know. Let's try to challenge him backstage. One time you know. Is that the story. Is that happen though. Yeah the stories had happened in the story is that kurt angle kicked his but doesn't which doesn't surprise me knuckle angle. But he's fast. He's strong and he's and he's got that stocky build. It's hard to get him off of his Senator about and don't get me wrong. Brock is one of the.

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"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

06:38 min | 8 months ago

"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

"Because chris turned it over anyway because he traveled before rose. Yeah he traveled. He goes in so the fact that he turned ever gonna call something. Yes something was going to happen. Got away with like four maybe five steps before he doubled that ball And i also you know. Jalen rose as as the point guard Should gone got the ball I know one says. I'm a jalen rose san in you know i'm but any point guard knows if your power forward got the ball and it's a time like that and you know yes you you've got to go get the ball you know. The ball hen was have to go to the ball and go get. It can't have your power for even though he can dribble better than most power forwards. Yes you can't have him be the one that's bringing the ball to court and i loved watching weber play bass player in the nba. Just see him pass. You was such a smooth passer. All he was he was great very very antiquated pather. Especially the the washington in sacramento years. Yeah him and diva in sacramento. They were both such good passers for big guys. Oh my gosh. you're so smooth. But circling back to my stepdad. He he was yeah. Lakers fan hardcore lakers fan. Even he was like yo zeke. He should have been on the dream team. Not christian leitner. There's multiple people that shouldn't have been on that team Who else number one. Here's the thing. I will always defend christian lehner being on that team and i will tell you this of my thirty for thirty s top five. I hate christian minor. Because i was really good. I can't stand. I love her so much. Christian lehner was a bad dude in college. Yeah christian leitner. Was that dude. And he was a bit of every bit of good as advertised so despite the fact that i detest duke and i hate christian leitner. He deserves his one he. He deserve to have the college spot on the dream team. Show the ones who did not deserve to be there. Was john stockton idea. You're gonna say stack has never been better than isaiah thomas. His wildest wettest of dreams. He's never been a zeke. Now never been good to see. He doesn't he came. I think i've seen doctor with his left hand twice. He didn't even have left hand. I don't deny the stockton was great. Yeah i don't deny the stockton is you know i'm not mad at someone. Put start in their top five list fine but to say he's ever been better than isaiah thomas to third no he's never been better than ever And the other person who do not deserve to be there. Was chris mullin and i love chris mullin and his nothing against chris and i know chris mullin was put on that team for shooting because everybody else was not a shooter except for bird and you need a healthy shooter because bird had retired by that point is back at exploded like he just couldn't do it so i understood. They had him there for range into spread the court. But there's no way that chris mullin should have been on the dream team ahead of dominique. Wilkins it's just. It's it's a travesty and hurting about dominique wilkins are man. That's that's a guy that he just. He should on the dream team. And then i also could. I know he put him on. But personally and i'm a huge david robinson. I thought he was put on that too early. Because nineteen ninety-two was his stirred year. Okay under four season like him around that long so for him to. I felt a little premature for him to be on the team. Obviously i was his career. Panned out it made sense and he was phenomenal out the gate by the admiral's one of my favorite centers of all time. But i was. I felt a little early to to put him On my team but the ones that did not deserve it in my but he had an argument to me was there was nobody. You really could put ahead of him either. It would be like. Who do you put ahead of him or kareem retired and you know for at least three years. He was gone and he was hurt. He was old. He was like forty five. Put put him out of there. Because kareem was forty i think his is his last year With the lakers. And when they lost the files and eighty nine so it was like ninety two cream. Been forty two forty three like joel. Been too old so it was like okay. You've got patrick ewing and you put on robson on my you know. I can't argue that. What i can't argue is the fact. That as great as christmas was a player. And i love chris mullin. He was not. He did not have the impact. He was not greater player. A better player than dominique wilkins. And and obviously stockton did not deserve it. Oversee those to you. Tell me you know if they sat there and said you know what dominique should have been and we put mullins on the team because we need to three points year when he just spent the court. Okay forbath while reasons. I understand that alexander and mow was averaging twenty four twenty five game. it's only mullins was is numbers. Were like far far behind now star power recognition caring team into the playoffs every year. That was dominique. There wasn't chris mullin. He hadn't an I don't think kneecap blew his achilles yet. So yeah has. He ended up being a journeyman towards the end of his career. Right know no had blown. I don't think he blues achilles because he was on dream team to ninety four right yes in the real world championships and that team a shot. I don't it would have been close but shack says that ninety four dream team to could've beaten in the ninety two dream team and that would have been a very interesting game to watch. I don't i don't see the ninety. Four fourteen wins now. But it's just one games if.

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"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

07:04 min | 8 months ago

"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

"Donald east got everything going against him in the jets organization so Let's stay let's take with the gridiron so we got while you're eagles fan. I'm a lead. let's shift to the collegiate ranks and see because i've noticed this about upstate. New york correct me. If i'm wrong. But from my experience. I've only met two types of college fans in that area of the state other syracuse fans or their michigan fans. So am i am. I still correct you are okay see i. I don't understand why. I do understand that you'll buffalo is a lot closer to michigan than people realize yes Because of you know it touches the Well if you go west enough you you think the part of new york touches lake erie and oh yeah yeah so the party or the touches a senior touches lake erie and you have that area now z. Michigan touch lake erie ohio and pennsylvania. So you've got area here where we stayed close by and you know. I can see some people from michigan coming over to that part of new york and settling there but so many people might be. Where are you from. Yeah you michigan fan cusack. I'm michigan native. It makes sense from michigan. You know By people like. I see more michigan shirts on my a sub. Go blue where you. I'm thinking they're gonna say oh. I'm from From lamb your from. Flynn around from here. Narrow from sketch wanna and they're like though i'm from syracuse state. new york. Yeah yeah so. So i moved out to syracuse back in two thousand ten With my with my ex wife. And i kind of become a surrogate like a root for them. But i'm more michigan fan and not even because of like where you know the proximity. 'cause you kinda have to you kind of have you have to cut through canada to get there directly if you wanna get there without going quote unquote international you gotta go down zero high on the backup but the funny thing is i just one of those things where like. When i was a kid. I spent a lot of time on my grandparents. My mom worked second shift. As a as a nurse's aide and so spent a lot of time there especially over the summer and so for whatever reason well. I mean in the nineties michigan was at the top of its level. You know then. So i just. I watched a lot of michigan football Granted they didn't wear green. But i thought they looked cool. They played well in a cia charles. Woodson helmet in football. Hey you ain't lion especially by the way. My brother likes on the teams i hate. He's a yankees fan. He's a cowboys fan. Oh and he likes the buckeyes like mealy. He does it to antagonize me. That's that's gotta be the only reason why so. Yeah but it's funny because You know my My wife got married back in september. She saw that. I had some michigan Why why do you have michigan shirts. This is a circus else. So and i was like i got some issue shirts. I've got i've been given. I was giving gifts. When i worked worked at the at a you know preschools from parents where they gave me like actually i. I watch the children for the soccer coach for for su and So he gave me a few. Su paraphernalia. Fritz you shirts and stuff. So i root for them for sure like this year has been awful. I really hope they don't let dino bears go because he's a great coach just been ridiculously challenging year with everything going on everybody. Most coach shouldn't lose their jobs because of the situation. Some some this show but most of them's like this this year's kind of a wash. Yeah except adam gates gathered. Add against to go. I don't know. I don't want to see how to drive. So i am so glad. And i and i was gonna save the full celebration for the next time. You need delays on recording. But i have to say it. I'm so grateful that matt patricia got fired. Lines terrible a terrible yeah. Yeah he's he's the the pencil over ear like he just. He never had a good luck to him. He doesn't care about. Look i'm just. I just want you to be effective. Yeah only affect you have with negative in detail got worse and that defense. He's a defensive guy. Their defense was never that great. And like so. I kind of always liked the lines a little bit. You know like root for him just because they've always felt like the underdog i have. I have an uncle who's alliance fan over on my dad's side my my dad's side they don't really like football that much You know all my uncles but my but my one uncle he does any likes lions. He You know when he it was like two thousand and ten right was when they drafted sue wright and dominik su which doesn't sound and And that he he brought that attitude net meanness and good like i know my uncle. Who's pakistan hate. Sue hates because he kicked the one guy where the sun don't shine knowledge stuff and i was like dude. This guy is awesome for detroit. Calvin johnson already there in the offense aside matt stafford then got sue. Now's like yes uis going to bring he's gonna bring. The grit brings toughness to him. I loved it. I know lots of people hate him. I thought he was great for detroit imperfect for that time of like you know you're not gonna walk all over us just because we're the detroit lions anymore. I agree we needed him. We need one with that attitude Someone that commanded that type of attention on the defensive line absolutely he just wanted too much money. And if i were good but you eat that good he produced for a couple years and then kind of dropped off you. We're not we're not giving you that type of money and you know. And he showed that we made the right decision. Because you know if time in miami didn't go that well and he was.

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"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

08:56 min | 8 months ago

"upstate" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

"It's sad however however i do have djoeke nation member friend of the show and the young man who is excited to start doing his own podcast with his wife. Joining me today. Jeez welcome in eighty ryan. Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you how you doing doing great. My friend doing great glad to have you with us so generally we start off to show the little. Qna but we're going gonna do. Today is since unique. Dini's outwards us. His ryan's is going to join me. as we're gonna talk about some cheeky Topics here and before we start. I will let him if he desires to share share where you can follow him on social media as he preparing for a show you gotta use gotten handles you wanna share if not. We'll just go right into it. Yeah we haven't really established anything anything yet. you know. it's probably going to have something to do with my twitch. Name as joyful gamer eighty four prior going to have something to do with that but we had no not not really a huge social media presence at the moment. Okay well that's all. That's that's cool. That's cool get that we'll get you whatever you've got going and get it started in and get a prepared for as he started producing launching. Get your show ray. Cool fill joyful gamer eighty four on twitch and more to come all right so ryan. Let's start off in the world of sports so you mentioned before as our previous personal conversations that year a upstate new york native so my first question for you is how in the world did you end up eagles fan. So we'll i. I wanna say thank you for saying my last name correctly. It's not an easy thing to do because it's As bubba has stated in an love nerd before that. It's spelled wrong spelled wrong so i have to admit i have a friend whose last name is amy and it's not spelled the same way spelled it's spelled with an e. his i think it's e. m. i. g. h. is how his hall. I'll yeah okay. I saw i was like up. I can see where this is going. Mice i can tell the says amy. It doesn't look like you know. I can tell us what it's supposed to be. Yes yes that's awesome so first off. Thank you for getting that right. Martha second so i grew up in a little town called batavia. It's a bow thirty minutes outside of buffalo and my family on my mom's side. We love sports especially football but all of us like a bunch of different teams. Like you'd think we'd all like the bills we do not lend. I vented bills games before. I've been to three bills games. I think now two or three and always fun. The only time. I went Not rooting for the bills was last year when they played against the eagles the eagles came to town. And it was the first time i've ever gotten to see the eagles live. And it's the only time i hadn't gone to rich stadium. Ralph wilson stadium new era field. Whatever it's called now not wearing those colors. So but i ended up as an eagles fan because i think it was six or seven. I liked the color. Green and i saw the eagles playing randall cunningham. Running around like a madman he was he was that you know that times. Lamar jackson michael. Vick dot mcnabb before before mcnabb was around. So i still have my randall cunningham. Jersey that my mom got me for one and it was like when she got she got for me an adult size so it was like a like a gown on me went past my knees and apparently she knew i was gonna grow up to be five nine and wearing adult large and it still fits me today. It's fantastic so yeah that's how. I ended up as an eagles fan. My i've got uncles. That the packers the steelers my stepdad. He passed away this past summer. He was a broncos fan. My mom and my grandpa their bills fans my grandma's dolphins fan. I don't know how that worked the end of the same household we wanted to envisioning sunshine and the ocean. Yeah i guess so. I guess so. I think it was more. She really liked dan marino. Okay yeah so Yeah i mean. I've been watching football and most sports have just been a fan of you. Know since i was a kid and i did play some football as a kid even a little bit in high school but i just was small when i was in high school. You know i only weighed like a buck forty and it wasn't. I wasn't fast you know. So wasn't that great of an athlete. Excuse me my throat just went dry. Hold on worse. Oh sorry about that. That's okay but your family just decided to pick and choose what was going on and you like green and say. Hey this green. This is good at randall. Cunningham guys good. that's cool. good thing the jets. I that's true you had a much worse time of it and especially this season. My goodness They may they may be worse than the my owen sixteen lines. They've got four games. Who knows that. They're going to win. One of them did they. Let the raiders. Beat them on purpose. Well i i can t i can tell you this frank. Gore did not want to lose that game and he. He said that because he was considering retirement after this season i'll but he was like i don't think i'm gonna be overtired if we lose every game. I can't go out. that can't go out. no i think I least. I don't think the offense through the aim Defensively who knows. I mean they did find the defensive coordinator so A i think. I think trevor is a fantastic quarterback and he's really good but i don't think tank in for trevor is worse. The embarrassment that they're getting absolutely not as like especially me. I don't think he's transformational nalty. He warns taylor or dan. Marino or or joe montana or tom brady. I don't i don't think he's that good especially as a prospect. I don't think he's you know. He's not jim brown or walter payton or berry sanders. I mean i don't think he's gonna jump right in. He's not going to jump right in and turn turn your team around family. And it's like sam darnold's bad quarterback you know or not talented player. He's a terrible terrible situation. Absolutely i feel bad for the guy i mean. It's like all those players. Oh i don't know if you remember. David carr in houston. Oh you know got yeah and he. And he's if david carr was on a a halfway decent team we're talking about a completely different career and he looked at in a completely different light but because he played on in expansion houston team that had no offensive line forever. He got sacked eight hundred million times. You get respect and the town that he had is really recognized. What was it seventy two or seventy three saxes first season that he was a quarterback. I forget it was mind blowing big number and that they'll sacks don't include all the time you get hit so he's probably getting hit five or six more times than that so over. What two hundred three hundred times is getting hit per you know for the season like. That's you're not going to have a career as a quarterback getting hit that much. Yeah he got he got lit up crazy and poor..

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"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"To New York. Right. Why can't we bump her onto New York that is that possible? I can have her own damn show. I've ain't game. Calling for this since day one, she is a we're in the minority in, I'm telling you, I would have you been watching the Porsche show. No, I want to have to dip down into it. I just haven't been doing it for a moment when I can really I feel like a plane ride. I'm gonna watch like six hours of and be in heaven IVA plane. Right. Coming up and I'm really looking forward to down on that. It's. It's. Life. I'm going to go on a limb and say there is no one funnier on television. Right now. I put it up there with Julia. Louis Dreyfuss saying me, too. She is what if she was nominated in that category would stand up as little. I would love it. I literally laugh out loud. She has gang parson on TV. He her show, but I would get Camille, suddenly started acting like Tina Fey. I got one hundred percents this like, we would she can marry heads north head models, funniest granted. She has said some of the dumbest things on TV but she, she just didn't know I've giving her behalf on no better. She still so some of it on this thing. But she says some of the smartest wears it so well now, yes, I think that she just needed to come into her own in a way that she's so quick. Here's no quicker than her. No. And she someone for her getting married is. It's like it's in the right place in her life and time where it's not this desperation even though, yes, she really did want to get engaged. It was, but it was more like cute and fun and didn't feel as heavy and dramatic does with canvas. And with Sheena say and with Tinsley I'd love to see the three of them kind of, like not on that millionaire matchmaker. But like something where we're just seeing them going on dates and trying, and I feel like that would be a very dark should try. A prisoner perhaps, and I don't mean it funny. I just lock. Yeah. Because there's men that very nice man than it would like to be with a woman now a millionaire matchmaker. I saw a guy that I dated in high school on that show. Sure, he's a millionaire. And I've now I mean possibly. But I remember he was not Stanger. She's just like in her like coffin. I mean. Bunch of stupid stuff. Sounds like our it's kind of a nightmare quickly just to wrap about Potomac. I loved watching Zelin, Karen, Huber, sitting literally not saying, one word to candidates wedding. It was thing about the deep voice of monique's husband. It.

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"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Rutgers you think bay like Photoshop her head onto a crew member's body well to get her in there. It is the state university of New Jersey. So I don't know that they had to try to hard. But did they? But I ain't you as going to college seems wonderful unlikely, it's it seems one. Crowded for to mental she? A very Brown. So back to Potomac. Yeah. Candice's wedding was okay. First of all, I felt so bad for Zell. So the whole episode yourselves so excited to be going to the wedding with Sherman. German does not deserve Giselle. I know what I'm sure just sounds a bit of handful. Oh, she's a handful. But, but, but Sherman movies. Assure man doesn't want to be on TV which is a normal quality that we now like look down upon when we watch, but you need to pull back and realize like no cameras husband is the smart one. Yes. Sherman is the smart one, and of course, he didn't want to run into Mony who had sent some, some terrible things about let's see things, but he told called or two hours before the wedding that he wasn't coming in for a woman like Giselle to embarrass her like that, as she said to see her vulnerable, and she was crying, the whole wedding so embarrassing. She's never that jumps. It was gorgeous though, she's never looked beautiful came forward to it. I have to say Sherman knew he was dating. Why get back together widens? We ran why Broadway singer? Right. That you're going to be at this web. Adding. If you're going to pull out our beforehand, and Kenya's husband what, what are these men thinking daily? Well, like you know, they're on TV and right. They're still seem upset about it. And this is what you're signing up for. And this is your income stream not to the coup bunking, and I don't understand why they can't the coupon king is different because I think the problem was he wanted Tinsley in Chicago, but she's going be in Chicago, when she's making her money in New York, but for Markdale just let it be on the show and not be on the show. But why can't Tinsley just go on the weekends to see him? Who cares? Yeah. Wait a minute..

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"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"I'm watching gender liquid. Hi, Brian j. I mean, anything else it was, it was kind of like an in-between episode enjoyed myself. It was a mad. I was pleasant. Yeah. I feel like this season of New York in general has been a little bit tamer. But after the gift we had of last season. I'm happy to a little break. Yeah. It's funny what you're saying that there are family now because watching them all at lose kind of gathered around. And when Bethany stood up I really not as a joke, I thought for a second. I'm watching like my family at thanksgiving. Yeah. They are our family members in a way which I go, we know this one's going to say that one that one's pretty good today. Oh, she's going, our family will in New York, especially we have the most original cast, members of any of them, we have Bethany Ramona luanne, Sony has been on since season like two or three. Vintage. I mean to Renta's been around for a while. It's like you're watching people with deep long real relationships in a way that you're not getting in most of the other places. Yeah, I think great addition. I remember I season when I was like this ain't gonna last and wow. You know what they're going to tear Tinsley limb from limb. There will be nothing left of her when they're done. They are preying upon her in a way that is really upsetting while, and I think that Tinsley first season she was standing next to Sonia intensely second season. Shoe standing next to Carol rats and now she's on her own, she's doing better than ever. And by better than ever. I mean worse than ever, but for all of us, and that's a very tough kind of part she's doing with that. Yeah. Swoop was hard to watch tonight. That was probably the hardest thing I had to watch this. She's trying to get Bethany to take her under her wing and it's not as coaching on. It's not going to know I would have thought Bethany would do it, but I don't think no, I don't think Bethany things got too much going on with this fucking court case that I do hear that the prosecutor played an episode of real housewives of New York. The one last week where a couple of weeks ago in Bethany was in therapy session. And she said something about Denis's opioid addiction or something. Yes, I did hear about the. Bethany said it sounds like you're more of a fan that I. I have to name kind of softening the edges for the witness stand. I have such hatred towards Jason Hoppy. And I keep it down. I'm scared of him. He's fucking scary. I really believe that. I want I'm coming to now I know I just something I don't understand about him because he is clearly an off an awful monster. But what he does to Bethany and what we saw on television doesn't match up and I don't know there is such a happen. It had gaping disconnect. Yeah. How can we fill in the pieces? I don't know. I want to go on my genealogy dot com, the way these women are like solving crimes, and figure out through DNA what's happened..

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"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"I love that because I think cynthia's holding onto not moving because of a job in Atlanta. But if she knew she had a job waiting for her. Yes. Andrew Cohen, paging Andrew Cohen. We could use some ladies of color on a not Atlanta or Potomac. Of course, should. So that's a great idea. That's a great idea. I love it. Thank you, Cynthia listen, hear the call. Call to shell Cynthia. There's, there's got to be a lake and Sioux City for her to move on. Yes. Isn't it like Blake studio or something Boho, lake lots more Encino it? Sure. Okay. Where I think, doesn't Kyle living in Sinoe or something like that. No, Kyle's right around the bend. Oh, she's in the valley. Hey, girl. All right. Shall we discuss? How you work. Yes, we shall now. There were some dues is in tonight's episode. First of all, there was what I thought was the most shocking statement of all, when and says, I'm not going to apologize for being a cover roost star simply not gonna politics. Knows nor she, you know she shouldn't. She's built this Korean. The city truly delusional this woman, she's so fucking delusional. I was having dinner with a friend of mine, who isn't a cover star, but he is a cavalry performers, permanent in number venues, around New York City, and we were talking about Lou and, and he said, Luanda's, the only person who aspires to be cabaret stars like I know all the coverage starts, and they're all, like I don't want to be covering star. This life is awful. It spire to. That is like a little crazy. That's so interesting because I do you know Danielle and we probably both think of a cabaret is like this throwback. Can I have drain? Yes. And it's where I can speak seeing all my songs, and no one will glance the skew it. But in my head on Mike thinking of like Elaine Stritch is like that. That's not what we're getting here. No. We're getting like you hate Lillian. Tough question. I, I think Louisiana's a bad person. However, I appreciate her dedication to the reality television arts and sciences, and we've been as a graduate. We've, we've been with, especially the New York ladies for so long that they feel like fixtures in my life. And I don't know that I may keep changing the game. Were and I appreciate it goes places. I couldn't have a magin that tiny house sat tight. Timing how it hundred percent the little mouse be you. But it's. You know, just a shock and a surprise, especially as across the lake and gazing as they kept editing us over to the six million dollar house, that is just beyond her reach an fats not a metaphor. It was devastating when they ended the episode seeing the little dock and the little tiny house from afar. And they just put the to be continued over it. I was like these people are so shady. I also don't understand that extra kitchen and the guest hang is strange. Now did that come with the house, or she made that the house came with the house? I would hope I don't know why one would build a kitchen and a guest room I she was air being being out. Maybe. Call him staying. Are they just going to I asked, and you said, a hotel, they mentioned that they're going to a hotel, okay? Back in the city are going right back home. I noticed something this episode which came as a shock to me, and, but she's mentioned cabaret Somme times van and they're, they're drinking to it. And they're saying, like Hebraic, cabaret cabaret. Correct. Cabaret. I've noticed that in lieu. Ams life cabaret is the new Tom. Well, yeah, that's what I said. So, right. Capri, you're so right. She needs like that something to hold onto to be fixated on. It's kind of like a Sheena shea like yes hundred percent. Well, and I think that the with the cabaret and the house, she said when they got there, like what do you think? Guys deny land on my feet. And it's all this thing like she's trying to prove to everybody that she's come out the other side and it's too quick..

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"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"upstate" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Like the first day they've been there. I mean, I would rather see her giving a treat to the Bodega cat going to the cheese monger, whatever the hell issue. Sure, it's. You a lot of people have been tweeting me to just have a comment quickly on Erica. Jane's, new testimonial. I scream. Just a part of the painting part of a wild painting. I just. The hat. Apparently, it is some sort of designer look, and I don't know if this is conscious but to me, it looks like our book cover, and that makes me very happy. And I hope she's selling more copies. They like the way seamlessly worked at in much like how side thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. It's crazy. Have you maintain a relationship with her since? Yeah. We chat every now and again wanna chain, we are sex Shane, and we have. Worked on projects here and there. She talked about us. No. She has changed. That's all I'll ask her about really hard to hear next time I talked to her hard because you didn't know how to handle it. But then you were just like I gotta be honest. No other answer. So you couldn't give another. Now guys when okay. So I was watching, but you know how sometimes with house is you can do like fifty others and then that's work. You don't see it all except for when we missed the man singing in news. Oh, yeah. I was so mad at you at the gym. What is wrong with you? Ladies. It was very tough moment. Never screamed at more on the internet that we when we miss that gentleman it was wild. An Kristen wiig like you're insane. And she was literally shaking and screening. It was like, am I losing my mind was worried about her a mental capacities? We totally gas lighted her weight a hundred percent. So Brian, I glance up very quickly you guys just at the moment that Mr. Girardi walked backstage to see Erica. And I am not kidding. You hand to God and I'll take a lie detector. So it was like, oh, there's erica's grandpa. That's nice. He came like the what I saw it wasn't that I saw him. I saw an energy that was like grandpa her. Like it's not a marriage. What is it? I, I have listened. I've never met Tom. I have been there when she's talked to Tom on the phone. I have heard her talk about Tom at length and the seem closer than the appear on television. I think he's very uncomfortable until big dick energy. The I don't know. I think it is. I think Mike does I think those dancers do for. He was saying. Big dick energy. Okay. Big energy, one, big energy, tear. I love him. How about when PK was greeting the dancers and going lovely love. Respect men, respect men and just shaking hands with those topless. But they were toppling manager to dense a great job out there. I thought was crazy about that I think, PK, sees himself as a quivalent to those, I think PK, sees himself as like those guys or above. Yeah win. He's like great job. Like, like recognizing like, no, they're hot nubile, young, gentlemen. And you are a sagging bowl. Scrotum. To put it plainly. Hey, that's not fair to that bowl grow. Oh, my God hell's happened in this episode. So Camille is just so do you think Camille will be with us next year? Well, why are we meeting her guy?.

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"upstate" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"upstate" Discussed on KGO 810

"Upstate. Keijo news time three thirty. I'm Kim McAllister. Nikki medoro is in for John Rothman at six pm. A Justice department says attorney general William bar will hold a news conference tomorrow morning on special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation bar is expected to be joined by deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, President Trump says he may also hold his own news conference on the report after bars. A Bill in the California legislature seeks to fight the gender pay gap in professional sports. The measure would require athletic contests to award equal prize money to men and women it relates to California's competitions hosted on state land or waterways. Scientists are criticizing a fossil hunters decision to list a rare baby tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton on EBay, the fossil may be the only of its kind in the world. It's being listed for nearly three million dollars experts fear, the fossil may end up in a private collection instead of a museum where it can be studied. Interesting discovery in the field of neuroscience. Scientists restored some activity within the brains of pigs that had been slaughtered hours before they say it showcases resilience amongst cells within a brain that has lost its supply of blood and oxygen and Golden State Warriors say center, DeMarcus cousins is unlikely to return this postseason because of a torn left quadriceps muscle. Cousins was incher injured in Monday night's loss to the clippers Andrew bogut will get the start for game three on Thursday night. Check your traffic.

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