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AP News Radio
From highlands to the coast, quake damages Ecuador, Peru
"Has offered prayers for the victims of an earthquake that shook vast swathes of territory in Ecuador and parts of Peru. If during his weekly noon blessing, Francis says yesterday the earthquake caused death and injuries and heavy damage and closer to the Ecuadorian people and assure them of my prayers for the dead and suffering. The quake killed over a dozen people injuring a hundred and brought down homes and buildings in vastly different communities from coastal areas to the highlands, at least one of the deaths was in Peru. Francis added in his blessing. Let us not forget to pray for the martyred people of Ukraine, who continue
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Spirit of Inovation and Disruption
"Are we ready, sir? I wonder how you'll react before I say a word. As we begin our second century, the spirit of innovation and disruption inspires us every day. What does that have to do with reporting that? Thank you. That is correct. If I healed over right now, you could have offered the end of my thought or the beginning of my thought. I'm telling you it is one of those rare moments of such utter candor and honesty. You want to thank them for saying it. What do you think the spirit of a weekly news magazine should be? What should the dominant spirit be? I would think news reporting truth, honesty, depth, good writing. Would you think that? No. What animates Time Magazine, the heads of the magazine say, are the or is the spirit of innovation and disruption?
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Language of Evangelicalism
"John, I think you'll probably know. I'm an evangelical Roman Catholic Presbyterian. That means I go to mass on Saturday night and I go to my Presbyterian Church on Sunday, one river two banks, but I speak evangelical very well. Rick Warren and Greg Laurie are friends, Al Muller is a weekly conversationalist with me. I know, you know, John piper I read desiring God years ago. I know most of the stuff you talk about. I've got to tell you at the beginning. I have never heard of CJ Mahoney or Lou engel until I read your book. Never heard and I've been covering religion since 1992. So first question, do you think your perspective in testimony might be jaded by that particular covenant life church experience and these particular pastures? Well, I guess, can I ask you what you mean by jaded, just that my experience might not reflect a more mainstream experience? Is that what you're kind of? Yeah, I think mainstream evangelicalism is not anti intellectual at all. But then again, I've had doctor Mark Roberts as a pastor for 25 years. He got his undergrad and PhD from Harvard. Doctor Larry is my current pastor in oldtown is a phenomenal scholar and preacher and archbishop who is listening right now in the author of three books is an intellectual giant in the Catholic world and I've written three books on evangelicalism and this, I just think testimony is a 100% accurate about 1% of the church. How's that sound? Yeah, I think my dad raised a similar objection. When I talked to him about the book, he does not feel like a lot of evangelical culture is anti intellectual. And I think it's a totally fair question to raise. I do think that even if you haven't heard of CJ Mahaney or Lou angle, you know, I did some reporting recently. Let me deal with CJ first. CJ is not a figure on the same level as somebody like Al molar. But until about, you know, 7, 9, ten years ago, he was of a similar stature to Al mohler, if not as nationally known. So never quite got to that level, but was kind of on his way there was working with Mueller quite closely in a group of other ministers who were organizing a conference every year called. I think together for the gospel. Danny Louisville.
Weekly Market Wrap Bitcoin falls below US20,000 as Silvergate collapse, rate hike concerns rise
"5 p.m. Friday March 10th, 2023. Weekly market wrap Bitcoin falls below U.S. 20 zero zero zero as silvergate collapse, rate height concerns rise. Bitcoin fell below U.S. 20 zero zero zero for the first time since January 13th on the back of crypto bank silver Gates collapse, and the U.S. fed signaling higher than expected interest rate hikes.
Bitcoin Market Journal
How to Make Crypto Taxes Easier
"5 p.m. Thursday March 9th 2023 how to make crypto taxes easier I talk about the mental game of investing, particularly as it applies to crypto markets. Subscribe here and follow me to get weekly updates. The post how to make crypto taxes easier appeared first on Bitcoin market journal.
Bitcoin Market Journal
How Silvergate Bank is Impacting Crypto
"5 p.m. Friday March 10th, 2023 how silvergate bank is impacting crypto your top ten weekly fundamentals. The post how silvergate bank is impacting crypto appeared first on Bitcoin market journal.
Momoguro NFTs sell out in 9 hours, generates US7.6 mln of sales
"2 p.m. Friday March 3rd, 2023. Mama guru NFTs sell out in 9 hours, generates U.S. 7.6 MLM of sales. Mama goro hall itself, an Athenian non fungible token NFT collection launched by Emmy winning animation studio, baobab studios, generated over 12,000 sales worth U.S. 7.6 million on the first day of its launch, according to NFT data aggregator crypto slam. See related article weekly NFT sales drop. Unique buyers surge amid coinbase's new NFT AirDrop fast facts see related article.
Weekly Market Wrap Bulls fight to keep Bitcoin above US22,300, as industry experts predict crab walk
"2 p.m. Friday March 3rd, 2023 weekly market wrap bulls fight to keep Bitcoin above U.S. 22, 300, as industry experts predict crab walk. With 69 of Bitcoin supply in profit, BTC is struggling to stay above the U.S. 22, 300 support level a daily close below U.S. 22, 300 could see Bitcoin retest the U.S. 21, for 50 support level industry experts share their end off march Bitcoin price predictions with forecast
Bitcoin Market Journal
Morgan Stanley Predicts Whats Next for BTC
"9 p.m. Thursday, march 2nd, 2023. Morgan Stanley predicts what's next for BTC. Your weekly top ten fundamentals. The post Morgan Stanley predicts what's next for BTC appeared first on Bitcoin market journal.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Natalie Winters: The Wuhan Institute Is Completely Under CCP Rule
"Just like the United States was giving money to a Chinese scientific group that was trying to better understand how bats interact with the environment or pursuing some far left social agenda like trying to stop climate change. The Wuhan institute of virology is completely under the thumb and control of the Chinese Communist Party. They have communist working groups at the lab. They fly the Chinese Communist Party flag. They have weekly. What they call party devotion Sessions. They have a foreign influence chapter there. They have a communist youth league under the auspices of the Wuhan institute of virology as someone probably the only American who's ever looked at their job applications. You can apply if you're not a member of the Chinese Communist Party and you're not in good standing with the Chinese Communist Party. So this is a CCP run entity through and through. And with that, because there is no really meaningful designation or difference between military and civil science. In China, it's also effectively a branch of the PLA in the sense that they were operating a bunch of the People's Liberation Army. Yes, that they were operating a bioweapons program. And we know this from documents from the U.S. State Department, but even if you go to the Wuhan institute of virology website, though they have since deleted these web pages, you can see that they used to list several several military researchers as higher ups at the lab itself. And even, for example, a lot of the blood samples, the human blood samples that they were using to conduct this kind of bat virus manipulation, this gain of function research with. If you read in the paper, they actually thank a branch of the PLA, the People's Liberation Army for those vials of blood, the human blood, whatever model they were using.
Weekly Market Wrap Bitcoin lingers at US24,000 level after Wall Streets worst day in 2023 so far
"1 p.m. Friday February 24th, 2023. Weekly market wrap Bitcoin lingers at U.S. 24 zero zero zero level after Wall Street's worst day in 2023 so far. Bitcoin remained resilient around the U.S. 24 zero zero zero level on Tuesday despite Wall Street's worst day of the year so far. Industry experts are eyeing a potential retest of the U.S. 25 zero zero zero psychological level as a failure to reclaim it may result in a downtrend to around U.S. 21, 500.
SEC Vs. Do Kwon and Paxos
"7 p.m. Monday, February 20th, 2023 SEC versus duquan and paxos hello, they're welcome to our weekly roundup of all the hottest happenings in the crypto space. In summary, the SEC made major headlines in the last 7 days, facing off with duquan, paxos, and others that AS for the overall sentiment, most of the market experience substantial gains, with Bitcoin
Weekly Metaverse Review Paris, The Sandbox Copyright Wars
"2 p.m. Sunday February 12th, 2023. Weekly metaverse review Paris, the sandbox copyright wars this week, the metaverse swung wildly between love and hate, fight, and flight. Mark Zuckerberg showed his grit as the. The post weekly metaverse review Paris, the sandbox copyright wars first appeared on meta news.
Python Politics Part 2: Operation Choke Point 2.0 Begins
"Now, first up, I know that there are a ton of things going on right now as I'm recording this on Thursday afternoon actually, it appears as though kraken has made a settlement with the SEC, I will use the weekly recap coming out on Saturday to get into that stuff, but this is part two of this special kind of background series on this broader set of crackdown type actions that we're seeing and that many have been noticing especially this week. If you haven't listened to yesterday's part one yet, I definitely suggest you go do that now. That episode lays out first, the slate of events in the last month and a half or so that show this slow squeeze of crypto via the U.S. banking system. Second, I get into the key recent history of the main U.S. banking regulator, the office of the comptroller of the currency, and specifically Brian Brooks, who headed that office up, who had previously been the GC at coinbase. In our stories so far, we'd seen how Brooks had used his 6 ish months in office to open up crypto custody for nationally regulated banks to ensure that those institutions could work with stablecoin issuers and to try to stop banks from being legally able to prejudice customers based on the industry they operated within. However, where we start now is November and December of 2020, and by that point a key inflection had come and gone. Democrat Joe Biden had beaten Republican president Trump in the general election. And so Washington D.C.'s attention was turning firmly toward the transition. Despite Trump's official nomination of Brooks to a 5 year term as the comptroller, it was pretty clear that that wasn't going to come to a vote before the Democrats came into power. And so, Brooks time was running short. It didn't mean discussion around the OCC had ended, though, no far from it. On December 4th, 2020, House financial services committee chairwoman Maxine waters, who would later become famous for blowing FTX bagman free to kiss after a congressional hearing, wrote to then elect Joe Biden with a number of policy recommendations, saying, quote, I would like to highlight several areas where you and your team should immediately reverse the actions of your predecessors.
The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
New Month, New Crypto Market Moves?
"Really nice to see that kind of January run I suppose. Sort of over two weeks really, the majority of that move, 54% from the low to the high. Other than to be sneezed at still looking a little bit shaky up there at the moment. I'd like to see it's either continue on from here or have a decent pullback on the weekly and then obviously I want to see it step up to a new high, high on the weekly. But I don't know. The question I've got for myself when I look at the market at the moment is, you know, those people that do dollar cost average or that they did buy when Bitcoin and the Oxford, down around that $16,000 Mark, the now sitting in some pretty solid profits. I wonder if the hangover of basically all of 2022 because there wasn't too much good news or goodness in 2022. Not too many opportunities for profit taking on the way up. I wonder if it's a number of people and we'll probably see this on the chart in the coming days and weeks. With a sort of going, oh, well, I bought a bunch back down there. Might take some of that profit and then whether or not they put it back in or not. So it's depending on who's going to have learned their lessons, potentially. It depends on the plans, they plan to take profits quick or do they plan to get a position for a long-term hold. Time will tell, but I'd like it if they held on to it, so that the supplied in all of a sudden, you know, outweigh the demand and we go back down.
Weekly Market Wrap Bitcoin breaches US23,000 in best monthly performance since October 2021
"1 p.m. Friday February 3rd, 2023. Weekly market wrapped Bitcoin breaches U.S. 23 zero zero zero and best monthly performance since October 2021 Bitcoin climbed more than 39 in January to break through the U.S. 23 zero zero zero resistance ceiling in its best monthly performance since October 2021. Can the world's first and biggest cryptocurrency maintain the upward momentum industry commentators share their views with forecast?
Bitcoin Market Journal
Fed Fears Cant Crush Bitcoins Mojo
"3 p.m. Friday February 3rd, 2023. Fed fears can't crush Bitcoin's mojo. Your top ten weekly fundamentals the post fed fears can't crush Bitcoin's mojo appeared first on Bitcoin market journal.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Pro-Lifer Mark Houck Committed No Crime
"I was fired up a couple months ago when the Biden department adjusted this decided to deploy a S.W.A.T. team to go after a pro life leader and that same DoJ told us they can't find the Supreme Court leaker, sorry, just not interested. Almost nobody arrested for my knowledge on federal hate crime charges for the firebombing or the arson of pro life clinics, but what they focused their attention on was going after a pro life dad who's a pro life activist, storming the home and trying to do a show trial to say that if you support pro life ideas, if you are a pro life activist, we are going to show the world that we're going to make you suffer. Well, Mark hauk was rated by the FBI indicted by the Department of Justice and has now been acquitted a federal jury rejected the government's intimidation against pro life people and Mark hawk joins us now. Mark, welcome to the program. Greetings, Charlie. Thanks for having me. Mark, tell us your story first, the situation that's in question, and then walk us through the day the FBI arrived. Sure. So all glory be to God for this opportunity and it all began on October 13th, 2021. Which was the day that my son and I and my 12 year old son at the time were coming into the city of Philadelphia for our normal prayer vigil, our weekly prayer vigil. We've been doing it for myself 20 years and my son for the last two years with me. And on this particular day, the fall afternoon after about 45 minutes of praying there was an altercation between myself and a Planned Parenthood escort. And that ensued to be, I guess, more problems with this man because that initial altercation where he was interfering with my First Amendment rights to give literature out to abortion minded men and women who come and go from the facility. Led him to further harass me and my son.
Breaking Beauty Podcast
"us weekly" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
"We'll link to this promo in our show notes and our website. Now back to the show. I want to ask you about your location where you said is sort of the heart of your business. Because I understand that you open that in 2004 and just within a year, you had a long list of celebrities coming in. How did that happen? Well, so the physician that I worked for before, his name was Stephen Hoffman, and he did everyone. Like the who's who. It was Pamela Anderson, Liz Taylor. Like people I can't name. And so I really understood that level of dealing with that kind of level. You were in it. And when I opened Kate Somerville on Melrose place, you know, I had a maybe a handful of famous people, but what really stood out was when I opened it, I was doing something so different than anyone else in town or anyone else in the world, really, because I had bought my first laser and I right when I opened, by the way, they changed the laws that I couldn't do injectables anymore, laser. But what I came down with was, okay, I'm just going to hire a nurse. And I'm going to train them. And I have to say most of my nurses are still with me. 19 years later. Wow. Yeah. That's amazing. And it was a fun time though, because when I started Kate Somerville, we would see a client they'd come in, the esthetician, me or somebody else that I had hired for an aesthetician we'd prep the skin, like steam, do extractions, do exfoliation, exfoliate. And then a nurse would come in and roll in one of our awesome lasers that were now not ablative, right? Right. It was like a lunchtime kind of peel, but it was so incredibly result driven. Like you just saw a difference when you left. And then the esthetician comes back in, puts on product, does massage, and then you go home with the proper products that are really built for your skin. And so our results were just like people were like, you have to go to this place. Yeah. And so what ended up happening a lot of makeup artists in the industry like freelancers that were working on celebrities were like, you have to see Kate. Right. And so the other thing that happened was I met the guy that was doing the Oscar bags at that moment and Oscar bags back in the day. That was a big deal. I remember huge. It was unheard of that a brand like me 'cause I wasn't even a brand that can't even say it was a brand. I literally pumped the products in the bottles in my kitchen for the Oscar bag. Wow. But what happened was the entire Oscars ended up coming to my office. I got so many people, whether they were producers, writers, celebrities, you know, and so it just happened. I felt like I was running. From the moment I met. And it was just, it was an incredible time. And then what happened, the paparazzi started sitting outside my door. Oh. And so I would arm because Paris was huge at this time. When I first opened and Lindsey and this is Paris Hilton, everybody in case you haven't heard of her. Yes. And the paparazzi just followed her. And so I just, I would be like, will you carry my bag when you go out and she was so generous, by the way, she's such an awesome girl. I love her. Hi, Varys. Anyhow, she just always showed up, but my events, and then kind of the world knew Kate Somerville because we were in Us Weekly. We were in people every week. Yeah. It's incredible. We talk about it all the time, just that right idea at the right time and just everything like peaking together. Yeah. Absolutely. Even your skin care line, I feel like when I really think back to when that came out, there weren't that many aesthetician led skin care brands out, right? That's correct. Yeah. So tell us about exfoliate because this is your bestselling product. It is. Yeah. What makes it so magical? Well, because it works. I mean, honestly, at the end of the day, people are going to come back to something if it works, right? And so exfoliate. So when you come into the clinic, we would always do a cleanse, steam, and then we would do a physical scrub. So back in the day, I used to have just bases, right? So different ingredients. And then I would mix for my clients on site and some of my products had to be actually a refrigerated. So they stayed together. So I would, I would do a scrub first to kind of physically lift the dead layers of skin. And then I would paint on this amazing enzyme mask that had papaya pineapple and pumpkin enzymes and pumpkin is really amazing too because an enzymes are great because they're not too harsh, right? They lay on the top of the skin and they're kind of like little PacMan and they dissolve the dead layer of skin. And then there's a little bit of lactic acid, a little bit of salicylic. And then I put rosewood oil for the hydration and moisturization. And then I put cinnamon. And people are like, why cinnamon because cinnamon can be kind of spicy, right? Yeah. But I wanted blood flow because you're in a treatment, you want that blood flow to the top layer.
Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"us weekly" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"The bathrooms, so she was a side to that job. So before she even got to do her job, she was talking smack. It makes me realize that Meghan didn't have a chance. Oh, of course, in lady Susan's what 83 years old? She's at the point. She's just like, she's the grandma age of she could say whatever she wants. And you go grandma, but she says it anyway. Hey, move it along. What are Kim and Pete up to your friends? Well, I don't know how more serious they can get, but apparently, according to Us Weekly, Kim and Pete Davidson taking their relationship even more seriously, Robert than they were last week. I mean, at this point, we'll get to that. Yeah, they're gonna be married. We'll get the message on a Sunday Night that they're in Vegas, and they went to the same chapel. Oh, that's not a bad idea. So of course we know Kim's super busy Pete Davidson, extremely busy as well, post SNL. He's in Australia right now, filming a movie. And, you know, how sweet Kim took the private jets and she blew out there. Very romantic. And so the speculation is that their relationship is even more intense because as we know Pete Davidson was on Kevin Hart's podcast heart to heart and saying that he wants to be a dad. That's his that's like his dream. And you know what? At the end of the day, knowing people that no Pete knowing friends that hung out with him on Staten Island and just knowing his upbringing, he would be an amazing father at the end of the day. I think it's a good story. And you know, Kim is still a very open to having a family. Adding to her family, I should say. So it will be interesting to see. I mean, but at this rate, that's where we're going. Tomorrow, that's all right. I congratulations you too. Quickly, before we get a break, then Affleck was taking a nap on a boat during his honeymoon with Jennifer Lopez, so they're in Paris. They took their kids with them, which I think is a little strange on a honeymoon, but there they did. Ben was spotted on a boat, we can't see J.Lo, we can't see the kids, but Ben is fast asleep. You know, keeping up with Jennifer Lopez is exhausting. While including including the
Bloomberg Radio New York
"us weekly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Millions of dollars worth of a miss when you look at even debt underwriting, which is now about $700 million or so. That was inking more than a $1 billion for JPMorgan just a couple of quarters ago. So the fates change very quickly here. And you've got to wonder what happens to talent in that kind of environment. John, I'm fascinated what Morgan Stanley does. What is it John in 30 minutes or 15 minutes? In the next 30 minutes. Yes, your honor. For global Wall Street, you've got to stay on this. This is a different JPMorgan report. And all of a sudden, I'm fascinated how Citigroup and Morgan Stanley Goldman Sachs and the others do. Couple of things to pick up on that, some of the next 30 minutes we should hear at some point from mister Gorman and Morgan Stanley should hear from the president too Tom. We've been waiting for that press conference with the prime minister of Israel, set to take place at the Waldorf Astoria in Jerusalem, Israel. Tom, that was set to start about 23 minutes ago. As you can see right now, still two empty podiums, so we wait. Yeah, and it's all being choreographed very carefully here and again, John I can't emphasize enough the history here I believe is today. There's so much going on here. My head's spinning of a president traveling to Jeddah on the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia on Air Force One from Israel. In my U, John, I could not imagine that. Next 60 minutes is busy. You will get numbers from Morgan Stanley. You will potentially hear from the president momentarily. At 8 30 eastern, you'll get PPIs at least in jobless claims. As well and then governor Waller, a little bit later with Mike McKee. Talk about busy. Yeah, talk about busy, especially with the jobless claims. We didn't talk as much about that. But this is also the big wild card. Could you see those jobless claims start to pick up in a big way, not now, but perhaps in a couple of months when some of the areas that have built up capacity to respond to a sudden surge in demand have to suddenly cut back because suddenly they have overcapacity, we saw this with Walmart with target. How much is that going to create some pretty big swings in those unemployment figures? Starts with hiring intentions, doesn't it? You saw that with Google. They alluded to that. You might see that in job openings a little bit more over the next several months, and then it's absolute job cuts as well. And that can happen pretty quickly, Lisa. Well, that's the reason why I'm wondering if there is going to be some sort of tipping point there. And we talk about delta, for example, not wanting to build up capacity even in the face of incredible demand because they are worried about just that about being caught in the other side wrong footed with overcapacity. And that I think is going to be a very choppy moment for the fed to deal with. To what savita said. Yeah. People get sorted out in bear markets. You know, it's Buffett in the water flowing out. Who's got the bathing suit on kind of a thing. People are going to sort out here given what we're doing and where we're moving to the profit makers
Bloomberg Radio New York
"us weekly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In a couple of seconds time we'll have a news conference with ECP president Christine Lagarde before we get there We're just waiting for some economic data in the United States jobless claims just seconds away futures unchanged on the S&P 500 and changed also on the NASDAQ briefly We're now down about a tenth of 1% there Yields on treasuries tracking yields higher in Germany in Italy yields on treasuries higher by four basis points to 3.0641% on a ten year claims data due any moment the estimate 206,000 the previous number 200 K that number not out yet We'll wait for that before we cross over to the ECB president But clearly Tom the move in treasuries tracking what we're seeing in Germany what we're seeing in Italy Yeah three O 7 and a ten year yield make it a three O 6 and you get out a couple more beeps and you get through the autumnal 2018 higher yield And you know again I'm going to go John to the idea of a regime change Thank you professor bullard And the idea of the regime change being something Christine Lagarde has to address John there are those jobless numbers Yeah the wrong kind of upside surprise Historically still very low but 229 K against an estimate of 206 and a previous number of 200 K ish as well Lisa So an upside the wrong kind of upside surprise The jobless claims It takes me back to what Rick reader has said on your show how he was talking about how this might be the last solid jobs report that we've seen The one that we got on Friday how much our companies whether it's Amazon or even Microsoft going to start pairing workforces that they built up for a very different economy during the pandemic Are we starting to see that or is this just simply a normalizing market going back to something akin to what we saw pre-pandemic John very quickly or two 29 claims are getting back to a January ish level here of this year coming down from the pandemic vector that we saw A bit of movement in Amsterdam photos being taken we can cross over there and catch up with the ECB president Christine Lagarde as she gives us her view on the path ahead for an ECB looking to hike interest rates The photo still being taken to typically I'm usually on time Christine Lagarde's too I thought.
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"us weekly" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"Advice for sugar and spice. It's only been nice with hello. Welcome to the naughty banana show. I'm your host. It's Friday, which means I dear friend coriander. He's joining us, hey Corey, are you there? I am here. Hey, happy Friday, everyone. Happy Friday, my friend. I forgot to introduce myself at the top of the show. I'm rob Schumer. I know. Sometimes I forget myself, which actually is probably a good thing because a lot of people think it's always about me. Me, me, me, me. Even occasionally there, Corey, even I can blend in. Hey, let's jump into the show. We've got so much guys up to get to. What time is it my Friends? Tea time. So will and Jada are trying to salvage their relationships, post Oscar slaps as sources and say, and then after the slab, these two are trying really hard to find a solution for their marriage, their troubled marriage sources are telling Us Weekly that they're committed to therapy together and they're trying to salvage this pretty horrible situation. They go on to say that will and Jada have had problems for years. So this was not because of the Oscars slap that didn't help it. Ever since the Oscars scandal, the tensions between the two of them have been palpable. Now there is some different reporting. My sources are telling me that will is in India without his family. So he went on a spiritual retreat to India. I'm told Jada is still in LA, sources are telling Us Weekly that they both are in India. What do you think about these two? If they did split, their fortunes about three, $400 million. So we're talking a massive amount of money here. I hope they make it, but they clearly have issues. What do you think? Yeah, I think we'll look the money issue. If you consider where they both came from, they are not from wealth. They started off as two inner city kids, so that 400 million split. I mean, they are still far from where they began in life. So I think that will be okay. But I do think they have deep, deep issues, and Jada's doing the red table talk again. And so she's like, went on with her life, and I'm like, maybe she should have taken a little break away from the spotlight for a minute. Yeah, I felt like that. And I feel a little bit like she is using the situation to get some extra some more viewers to red table. I get it. That's what we do. That's what celebrities do in life. I think we're going to India might be a good idea. I wish they were together. I hope they're together. My reporting is saying that they are not. But clearly, this couple has issues and also too, I think now we can all agree there's a side of Will Smith that we didn't know. Some people did. But not many people knew and I'm told that this wasn't out of character. I'm not saying he's violent at home, but he's a hothead and he's used to getting what he wants and that's fine. But you can only do that if you were in a relationship with yourself and nobody else. So, you know, it's tricky. It is a tricky one. Hopefully, hopefully they make this work, but it brings us to our poll question of the day. Will and Jada are trying to fix mend their relationship post Oscar slap. Will they make it? What do you think? Will they make it? Go to a Twitter page. Facebook page is naughty Garza Bambi's. To check back tomorrow to hear your results, Corey, what are you working on? Yes, oh, those jenners. Well, you know, Chris Jenner has called Kim, her favorite daughter now, and Kylie and Khloe react. They were not having it. So Chris Jenner has a favorite new child every day it seems. But yesterday, she tweeted out that Kim Kardashian is definitely her number one, and she says, I love my daughter, Kim the most. She's just the cutest and the sweetest. And that came from Chris verified Twitter. Yes, you do. It wasn't like it came from some weird account. And Kim replied, oh mom, stop. I'm blushing, you know, that voice that Kim Kardashian voice. And then so plenty of Kylie wrote back, obviously hacked. Her mom's account. And then Chloe said, you spelled Khloé Kardashian wrong. So they were having a lot of fun with it. Now, then came a second tweet, though, from Chris account. And it said, Kim is just so smart. Everything I know, I learned from her. So things coming up. Yeah, so what's that all about? And all of a sudden, Kim responds with mom, you're just so nice to me today. Now, we all think it was probably Kim who actually hacked him. Borrowed her phone. Yeah, yeah. She had to have gotten the folks. And she goes on to say, I didn't even know you had Twitter, but what a nice surprise to see how you feel about me. It is something that is pretty funny, but you know, it was all fun and games on Twitter yesterday. But you know, Chris is actually addressed to her favorite daughter is us. A few times in the past. She's done, it's quite a few times. It seems a very and depend on the day. If she said herself, right? So you're doing an appearance once watch what happens, watch what happens live with Andy. Going back in 2019, Kim Courtney and Chloe though, they all agreed that Kylie was actually Christmas favorite. Yeah. I was the most interested. And I'm not a parent, but I have parents. I think we've all thought about it. Am I my mom and dad's favorite child? No. I'm an only child, so I never had to see you with that explains everything. But wait, really quickly. I mean, we'll tell you about it one other time, some other time. But you know, a brother found me, and I actually have 11 siblings. That's a whole other story for another. What? Did you find this out on the DNA testing thing? No a man caught my house like 5 years ago for 5 or 6 years ago and he told my mom, I think your son's my brother. And my father had 11 other kids or something. What? So all of a sudden I had like ten siblings actually too. You're still my favorite Corey. It doesn't matter if you have 20. You're still my favorite. This is the Kardashians at their best for me. This reminds me why I fell in love with them. I honestly think when they're making fun of one another and themselves and it's very tongue in cheek. This is what I enjoy endearing, isn't it? I love when they have real life conversations. We all think about it. iOS, that's my mom and my favorite. No, no, I love you all the same. But I don't think can be true. You have to have a favorite. You must even if you're not going to say it. You must have it. You have a favorite parent. We all do. We're not allowed to say which one, but we all do. I thought this was just so funny. You know Kim got her hands on her mom's fellow. It was tweeted away. I love it. I love it. I love it. By the way, Kim is my favorite. I know I'm not your mommy or daddy, but I still came. There's something about her. Hey, moving along, Kim Basinger is reflecting on the heavy, heavy divorce that she had with Alec Baldwin, saying that he's a challenge, I would say, so Kim opened up about her split with Alec. She was on the red table talk. She was also joy and I know by her daughter Ireland. And so they talked about going through this really quote, heavy duty, very out loud and very public divorce. When those two split, it was a while ago, we forget how toxic it really was. And she said, Ireland, her daughter went through a really tough time. She's clearly upset about that. And she said, we're all fine and we're getting along now, but he's a challenge. Can you imagine being married to Alec Baldwin? Like, that's a lot. Well, you know, at the time. Well, look, back in the day, yeah, I could imagine being married to him when he was younger. He was a good man. He was a little cuckoo, though. I mean, from what they say, and you know, remember.
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
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"You're a cheap voice today. Sometimes as a singer Corey, sometimes you have a lower voice. Is it the time of day that we're record? Is it the time of day? What is it? Well, in this case, it's because I had to go to an event last night and I talked too much. But none of my voice is lower in the morning, but yeah, this is from talking a lot last night. Oh, I like it. I like it. I like it. Hey, we've still got a lot more talking to do, because what time is it, my Friends? It is. This is the most bizarre story of the whole week. We've got to jump into this in particular because Corey, you're a singer. You can help us through this. Hiding montag who you know from the hills, a reality star, Heidi and Spencer. They sort of made themselves a little bit of a joke and then all the plastic surgery that she went through. Well, now she's accusing Lady Gaga. Of sabotaging her music career. Now I know that sounds absolutely ridiculous like one of the biggest musical stars in the world and Heidi Montag. It don't really talk about it that much anymore, but let me get into the details and it's far more interesting than it first seems. So she claims that when she released her album, it was called superficial in 2010, Lady Gaga had not yet exploded. And she said, people are like I love Lady Gaga and she said, I'm sure they do, but I hadn't encountered with her that wasn't really that nice. She went on to explain that the relationship soured when Gaga was an up and coming songwriter and the two of them were working with the same mega producer together. His name is red one. Actually. Read what he mean he's made a major major. I remember him talking to Us Weekly about Heidi Montag and he was really, really complimentary. He said she's got star quality and is at that time where she could have exploded. It didn't happen, but she couldn't become a pop star and the fact he was working with her was really curious to me. So she went on to say that red one and Gaga were writing partners and he needed to get her permission for Heidi to record her song fashion because Lady Gaga wrote it. So Lady Gaga said, okay, sure, great. She can have that song. Then hide his claiming. When the song fashion got put into a movie, it got into the movie, confessions of a shopper harlech, Lady Gaga then decided you know what? I'm gonna take that song back and release it by myself..
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
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"I'm very, very careful, but if you're willing to share them, hey, we love seeing these pictures. Thank you Anderson moving along. Camilla queen consort, that new title is proving to drive our wedge within the royal family. So Queen Elizabeth recently dropped the news that after she passes away, she wants Prince Charles wife whose duchess Camilla at the moment to be called queen consort when he finally ascends to the throne apparently. William and Harry were shocked about this, Roy expert tells Us Weekly that the queen's decision caught them off guard, it actually drove a wedge between the brothers, there was already a wedge there, and they had no idea it was coming. The author goes on to say that Charles was relentless, pushing for his wife to get this title, saying that Charles just wore down his mother after her husband died, Prince Philip, Charles stepped up his efforts to make it clear to his mom that he needed a partner too. She knew what that was like. She had somebody standing by her for almost all her reign, the Queen finally agreed and that's when Camilla got the title the reason that this is a big debate is that when Charles married Camilla, she agreed to never have that title. She was never going to be queen at a respect for Princess Diana, but that was many, many, many years ago. Now the public has seemed to change their opinion, the royal family seems to have changed it too, but he's sons are not that happy. Don't forget, Princess Diana was is there mother. So this is very tricky. It is extremely tricky. And I think that's why the queen has come out and said something because when she does pass away and Charles ascends to the throne, if they had tried to do this without her actual saying consent, that would have been a big issue. So I think she just wants to make peace with this and say, I'm okay with it. I know Camilla has come out and said that she's humbled and honored by being able to have this title. And I know it must be hard for Harry and William, but they have to understand, this is someone that their father has loved for an extremely long time. She's stuck in there. She's tried to repair her image repair Charles image. So they're going to have to let their father have that moment. I hope so. I think so. I think William will crack first. I think William will be the more understanding of the two, but this is interesting. Even in royal families, there is drama drama drama talking of drama or maybe lack of drama for a change a nice change. What's going on with Britney Spears? Oh, this is so amazing. So Britney Spears is showing some serious PDA with her hunky fiance Sam as the couple enjoyed a romantic tropical vacation, okay? Now, Sam is only 27, Brittany is 40 now. Go on, Britney. And he shared a very steamy video on Instagram in which they were seen making out while they took a dip in an infinity pool. Oh, the only way to make out, I say. And he captioned it island love with the lioness. At Britney Spears. Oh, now Britney was seen wrapping her arms around his waist as he was holding her with his muscular arms. He then started walking away from the camera while still carrying her in the water, putting his bulky back on full display. Oh, give us all the scenes..
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
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"I love this. I love when Kim can laugh at herself, she's actually making fun of her past relationships, but she's doing it in her new Hulu trailer. They're no fools. They are no. They're no fools. They don't force tomorrow. They knew cover of Us Weekly is reporting that Kim and Pete are considering getting married. And it's no surprise that this story is coming out now. They're good reporters at Us Weekly. They really are. But I'm not surprised this is coming out now because Kim wants us to tune in to the new show. So what she said in the new trailer is Courtney her sister said yes to the proposal from Travis Barker. Kris Jenner was in tears. It was so romantic. She burst into tears to see Courtney so happy. Kim said, he didn't relax like that when I got engaged and goodness knows I've done it a few times. She first got married in 2000. She was just 19 to Damon Thomas. They separated in 2003, then who can forget when she got married to Chris humphreys, they separated just a few months later, then Kanye West, they got divorced in February, 2021. I like this when Kim laughs at herself, it makes me giggle too. Kim knows her life is out. Especially now that she's going through all this crazy Kanye drama, which she was going through when they filmed the new show. I just love that she's able to be like, look. My life is crazy. I might as well own up to it and I'm gonna be in on the joke with you. It's so much easier life when you're in on the joke. I laugh at myself. I'm doing it now. I love it myself more than anybody else. And it's almost impossible, not totally, but it's almost impossible to hurt my feelings when I find myself funny. First, Johnny, I found this is a great defense mechanism, a coping mechanism in life, Donnie, when we go out drinking, you laugh at yourself. I mean, you know, have ridiculous you are. I know I say really dumb things. I do really dumb things and I get caught up in really wild situations. And it's just funny. Why not laugh about it? We've made mistakes at work and stuff. And we just laugh about it. Could you do anything about it? Kim is once again. I mean, I think it's respect. I've got to pay respect here. The new show is coming out. What are you doing? You are promoting it like only a car dashian.
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"It really is. Oh. I don't like when the family gets involved and makes money off of the celebrities to me. It's just, it makes my skin crawl. I really don't like that whole side of the entertainment industry. It is a little scary. It is. And I know you and I were talking about, you know, before the show came on about how many people profited off of a list stars. People that they love and they trusted. Did you ever have someone in your camp that did that to you back in the cut? Okay, I had a friend sell a photo of me to Us Weekly. Yeah, and that messed me up. That was supposed to be one of my good friends. So that was a gross turning point for me. Or back in the day, I got sat next to an Us Weekly writer at a restaurant, and I was talking about my labor and delivery with my first son, which was in Us Weekly the week later, and I started blaming my Friends. It's like, you just start to not trust anybody, so it's kind of, can mess with you. So that's why I'm like super empathetic to situations like Britney's, where everyone in her life is profiting and has an agenda. I just think it's a gross world to be in. Well, this is interesting. How big was your inner circle back then compared to now? Oh, man. It is so funny. It's so large. So now I have like a solid three, four friends, and like those are my people and that is it. You know what's really tragic? And you probably haven't even thought about this. I bet you the restaurant saw your name on a 100%. That's what I ended up figuring out. They were the ones that sold me down the river. And yes. Yeah. Yeah, it's messed up, you guys. This is LA. This is LA. So I got mad at the opposite. I mean, it depends on your Friends in the industry. You know, remember AJ was on a one O 6 department. He had to he saved me because somebody sent him a picture of me and this rapper because I was dating him at the time and I was coming out.
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"The brilliant Michael mccabe dropping by to get us up to speed on the economic data in America That seconds away with equity futures up 7 tenths of 1% on the NASDAQ on the S&P up a half of 1% Yield to come again a few basis points on tens They're high a few basis points on twos The curve is flatter with the economic data Here's Mike McKee Going to have to be a nimble and humble in Jay Powell's words because we got a lot of data coming out right now Let's start with jobless claims 260,000 that's a drop from last week's initial report of 286,000 so that is good news because it does suggest that perhaps there was an ocron effect and we did not see a big collapse in the labor market which of course Jay Paul has now Batman being really strong GDP comes in at 6.9% significantly higher than the 5.5% anticipated and of course a lot better than the 2.3% we saw in the prior quarter GDP is looking a lot better than it was the personal consumption price index up 3.3% but tomorrow is what we're going to really be looking at because we're going to want to see what the monthly number is And then durable goods durable goods go down 9 tenths of a percent but it looks like that's a lot of cars There's some airplanes because X transportation were up four tenths and then capital goods orders are flat for a while It's not a second month in Rome because the November numbers revised up by three tenths So overall you get a bit of a gain there but still business spending lagging consumer spending I'm going to take a look quickly while you check the markets at the breakdown of what's going on in GDP Looking at futures right now they are higher by a tenth of 1% on the S&P up by 5 or 6 tenths of 1% Yeah let's look like this on tens I was convinced you had something to say after you said oh I got a ton of stuff I never know when you jumping in We're in different rooms We're down three basis points on tens at one 83 Go on TK Mike we've got to expand the conversation What we're doing in this hour half hour I should say is McKee Carefully but John sick will join us from Oxford Ira Jersey joins us later really Arguably the conversation of the day on the balance sheet conundrum Michael once again you did it You brought the chairman to silence You asked a question There was so rude Chairman Powell said can you tell me the second part of the question again I mean you did it once again What did you learn from chairman Powell yesterday that we didn't catch Well I don't know that we didn't catch it You look at the reaction in the bond market and the equity markets And they pretty much got the message The defendant is going to be hawker more hawkish because this time is different The economy is stronger And you look at the numbers that just came in 6.9% on GDP Bruce kasmin nailed a JPMorgan Michael Gabe and brought his number up towards in the vicinity And many others as well He says GDP is going to fall off a cliff now Is it The numbers that we have initially for the first quarter have been weaker but we did get a very strong inventory number out of the retail and wholesale inventories and the change in inventories added 4.9 percentage points to GDP growth this quarter So if that continues we're seeing inventory stocks build and that should alleviate some of the supply chain problems that have been damping the market as you mentioned So it is certainly possible that things could get better than we anticipate Personal consumption up 3.3% we spent money at a reasonable rate there But again it was the business I mentioned.
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"Joe Biden was asked about a myriad of challenges facing his administration including tensions between Russia and Ukraine Russia will be held accountable If it invades in a mangled warning to president Vladimir Putin Biden said it depends on what it does It's one thing if it's a minor incursion The White House later said Biden was not telegraphing to Putin that the U.S. would tolerate some military action against Ukraine But on Capitol Hill Republican senator Ben sasse of Nebraska said Biden effectively gave Putin a green light to invade Ukraine Mike Gracia Washington In Berlin today blinken says Moscow should be under no illusions If any Russian military forces move across the Ukrainian border and commit new acts of aggression against Ukraine that will be met with a swift severe united response from the United States and our allies and partners Russia denies it's planning an invasion and is accusing the west of plotting provocations in Ukraine President Biden's poll numbers are down as he ends his first year in office The Associated Press center for public affairs research poll shows 56% of those survey disapprove of how he's handled the job 43% approve The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits is up again Correspondent Jackie Quinn The Labor Department reports jobless claims were up 55,000 last week to 286,000 It's the highest level since mid October Unemployment applications had fallen steadily for about a year and a half On Wall Street stocks opened higher This is a P K a's Kyrie Irving still can't play home games for the Brooklyn Nets because of its refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19 but he did play last night in Washington They ferry on how it went Kyrie Irving scored 22 of his 30 points in the first half of the nets one 19 one 18 when at Washington Chipping in in the first half you know it's going to be an aggressive and then kind of pasting myself in the second half Just trying to put two solid halves together at this point And I think once I do that I feel a lot more complete But Marcus Aldridge added 27 points for Brooklyn which led by as many as 16 James Harden had 18 and helping the nets win for only the 5th time in their last 12 games and snap a four game losing streak at Washington Kyle Kuzma and Spencer Dinwiddie missed three point attempts on the wizards final possession Bradley Beal led the wizards with 23 points and 9 assists but the nets improved to 16 and 5 on the road.
Habits and Hustle
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"With promoting for you. Well there was this social media right. But did you have ordered appalachia us weekly's and ever lately john wiped as stars. They're just like us like so. That was a lot of that in the in. The bag is brandon. So when they're walking out it's clear that taking these goals see that so. I think that's absolutely because i'm thinking of that. That oprah was all crazy for a cupcake brand sparky's not spark he's sprinkle sprinkle aspen sprinkles. I couldn't remember the name of it and like you're in love dessert eater. Although i do like yourself. But you know because of oprah hammering on about it and it being all the man it and that's with every single lot of quoted am i know but that's at the time that's how a brand really traction those magazines were. Sometimes even younger popular than media can be for some people so that building and ran elevating it and making it like hot sex to have so. Did you get a lot of people like tourists coming here. That who wanted to try it because they saw when. I'm speaking up like we. We didn't actually i think what more because i was like susie cakes. Yeah it can be a snacky snack. But it's more of a the cakes for your celebration. Some more people like buying whole cakes was more of our business model. Not the cupcake. Not i mean. We had cupcakes and sell quite a few of them. But it wasn't necessary predicated on. I one cupcake right right right and that was more like like. Because you're really stelling or part of your again. Your very strategic and very on point with your branding being the celebratory a connection point. Not just like stuff and ram down a cupcake of your when you come here. Try you know what i mean. So there's a whole different kind of selling feature there but there's a big difference like you know you can see these people grabbing wine and driving..
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"Could all get come testify in a court of law under threat of perjury and tell the same story over and over and again? This is what he did. This is what he did to me that he had a M o. He had a modus operandi for the way he did this. I find it hard to believe that they were all lying, and they didn't all know each other. And this went on for years and years and years. This just wasn't but I have to acknowledge if if If the rules weren't followed, if the if the the process was violated along the way by the prosecutors. That that's what we have appeals for. That's why we have courts like this, and that's that's why we expect the prosecutors to do it properly Right and Bill Cosby's wife did have a comment to US weekly last night, she says. She's ecstatic. Okay, Well, there you have it. I've got an old blind guy in the house now. Static. Read my mom. I want to hear her and in her own voice, as opposed to she wrote it. I miss static Jesus. Going to get rid of my boyfriend now, Um, if you're going to get a head start on the Fourth of July weekend, right? Yeah. You might already be too late. Okay, we've got we've got the best times to travel and the worst times to travel, right. And if you think Hey, this afternoon, we're gonna beat the rush Spoiler. Everybody else is thinking Boiler. Yeah, we'll talk about it next Sunday. 90 ws. It's the Bruce AJ show right here on 8 90. W L s By 57 CM before Halstead right,.
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"Along with Grant. Ladies and gentlemen, the Britney Spears reckoning is upon us, and it's important for us to have a thoughtful discussion about it. You're not used to always hearing thoughtful discussions here on the culling of really show, but sometimes we do go deep in the shallow On the more serious side of your favorite pop culture stories, and this all comes as a result of the Britney Spears documentary framing Britney Spears on FX slash What was it? Who? Lulu Yahoo that we watched over the weekend. Now the part of the story I thought we could revisit Holly is The tabloid role. It will actually just sort of larger responsibility. People are feeling or accounting for. Following this documentary, meaning what role did society did you and I did people on the radio tabloids play. And Britney Spears. Troubled relationship with the world around her now specifically referencing tabloids. We've seen a lot of people come for, you know People magazine, US Weekly and other tabloids for their the way they portrayed Britney Spears, You know, 10 20 years ago. And you know the way they treated women in general. But certainly women like Britney Spears, who were pop stars. As like, sexually promiscuous, problematic the cause of a lot of drama. And so people have begun to take tabloids to account. There's one tabloid who's actually saying I'm sorry for their role in the way they talked about Britney Spears and I thought that might be a good starting place for this. Somewhat deeper conversation. Who's apologizing? Thank you for enough statement Brand thanks for asking its glow more, and that's glamour with a you Glamour magazine. They posted a story but this is how they framed it so we can get to the story in a moment, but they made a post on their instagram. With a picture of Britney Spears from A long time ago, standing in front of the Eiffel Tower, saying We're sorry, Britney. We're all to blame for what happened to Britney Spears. We may not have caused her downfall, but we funded it also, I think don't falls maybe a little bit. Over selling it. No, that downfalls the right word, but and we can try to make up for that Lincoln Bio to read more about the new documentary on the Free Britney movement when you go to that link in bio You are treated to a story in Glamour magazine. About sort of like the public's role. In Britney Spears coverage or Britney Spears. Criticism at large. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Yeah, So, so they're treating you to the story that was written, but I thought that's a good that's a good conversation to have, like. What role do tabloids player what responsibility do they have for the coverage they provided? Um, you know, 10 15 years ago around Britney Spears? Yeah, it is a good jumping off point because what they're trying to get at Glamour magazine. Um, is the one of the things that framing Britney Spears illustrates chronologically is how the media portrayal of Britney Spears at the time at the height of her fame. Looking at it. From what we know now is pretty problematic on a number of fronts and so, like, just kind of I haven't had taken opportunity to read this Glamour magazine article, But I think that they're trying to Put themselves what's interesting is they're putting themselves right in the middle of the conversation. I don't know how much glamour magazine itself contributed directly to this kind of narrative with Britney Spears, but they are Taking on a sort of responsibility, I suppose, is being a female centric media entity. I think it's less about the specific responsibility that Glamour magazine has in that tabloid culture in general has and that the public has, I think They're trying to sort of shame. All of us for, you know, paying so much attention to Britney Spears on Ben. They just compile a bunch of tweets from people who say we're sorry because it's been a trend now. On Twitter the last couple days for people to say We're sorry, Brittany, and they're showing all of the tabloid headlines from, you know, life and style US Weekly. The Enquirer and more. But I think that's a good conversation toe have, and that's the conversation that will be likely a lasting one. You know, Britney Spears is one individual person, but the way she was portrayed in the media. Specifically, the tabloid media is similar to that a lot of women of a lot of women and the way they were treated in the tabloid media in the last 20 years, plus Right, And I think it's good to have a conversation about how that changed how it still needs to change because the thing that I found So stark when watching framing Britney Spears was just how focused and obsessed we were with her being the problem, right right like that. She was just a constant Like thorn in the side of culture right so much, So we listened to it the other day, Bradley that the first wife of a governor Actively wanted to harm Britney Spears for being a bad is it you want to shoot her in the head? Yes. What? Yes, Literally, The wife of the governor of Maryland said If I could shoot Britney Spears I probably would owe some people shouldn't talk, and she was at an anti violence. Like it like that, Like Britney Spears, the figure of Britney Spears became the center. Of this moral panic about Teenage young women's sexuality presentation in the media, and then it became so focused just on her and her behavior and that that was a mentality that the media had. You know, I think it's shocking because for a lot of us the year 2000 doesn't seem like it was that long ago. And that this kind of behavior was happening. Yeah, 20 years ago. I mean, and it also is a good sort of reminder to check ourselves now like, what's the thing we're being That there's a blind what is our blind spot now? Or what is causing people to morally panic now, exactly. Oh, moral panics. We.
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"Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer. Hello there, and it sounds like Jacob P. Bush had a bad day. Okay, Because we just learned about the break up of rebel Wilson and her fake boyfriend, Jacob P. Bush. You guys, she broke up with him. Overtaxed. Oh, my God. Excuse me. I am Jew. Okay, That's so my role. That's so jeez how Thera people break up with other people over text in 2020. You choked up for you, madam. Emotional. I'm emotional, but I learned this because of US Weekly. And Caitlin over at US Weekly said in an exclusive interview that rebel Wilson broke up with Jacob Bush over text message quote. He was blindsided. Now I want to read this story to you because I think it's hilarious that we could just have fun with the lies that contained in this article. But I just want to state the It's so obvious, right? She totally broke up with him over text because now she's sexy and she can dump men. Whenever, and however she chooses because she's no longer £66 heavier. Blew up, okay? I'm being sarcastic. I know I want you to read this, but I While you're reading it. Can I just I want people to hold this in their mind. Perhaps her people have overcorrected. Meaning? They've gone too far in trying to make her look like this independent woman Now she just looks like a real Be? Yeah, No, absolutely. That's not an understatement it all and that's in fact what they're doing. They're trying to make her as as lazy as the narrative Woz since last year that rebel Wilson Was on a year of health and it got real lazy at the point that she quote lost all this weight and then every story, Woz look at her looking fabulous without all this weight. Look at her shopping without all this way. Look at her picking her nose without all this weight. Look at her getting a boyfriend without all this weight. Look at her getting a sexy boyfriend who's got lots of money, and she's jetting around to paradise. After losing all this weight, these air the narratives or this is the narrative that has been like pushed out to us for the last year and now The obvious. It's so obvious conclusion of this publication ship. This relationship for publicity is that she can't just you know, they can't just go their separate ways which would be problematic enough. No. No, she dumped his behind. Overtaxed. So here's the story, according to an insider who confirmed the split toe US weekly exclusively. That means they just Called us Weekly that you know what? I'm gonna drop all these details. Just this Catherine Lady over in US Weekly. By the way, it's clearly rebel Wilson's people who? Yeah, sorry. This never should have made that clear. It already was clear. Uh, which is for the uninitiated. I want everybody on the same page. Yes, thank you. Quote. They went to Aspen right before the holidays and had a blast. Then he left for Florida to be with his family, and he invited her because he really wanted her to meet them. But she never committed to doing that. They talked all throughout the holidays and had an excellent communication. But then all of a sudden she got really quiet and broke up with him via text message about like, two or 23 weeks ago. He did not take the split very well. He was really upset. It was really hurtful to him, Um Yes. You know what? I'm second guessing this still they maintained he was harboring Noel Well towards her the isn't it? Romantic stars. Access. Been crazy about her since 2019. He just couldn't get enough. What? Now I'm starting to think Maybe this came from his camp. He is being used left right and center and has been from the beginning. I guarantee you he's just signing his name off on stuff. But please make your case well, just because it makes her sound as we said, like, kind of a B word. And also Like she went crazy, silent. She like it doesn't paint her in a very good light, and it makes him sound like he's really hurt genuinely about this break up. Which I don't know. I could be talked into either way about this. Yeah, To me. I mean, I don't think he has any people to manage it. That's why he sounds real sloppy. I just think it's clear that her people want her toe toe look like she can drop, man. Yeah, she could drop men left and right now, and the only plausible way to do that is to make it look like because it Z. I mean, who knows? Who knows They US weekly could have completely fabricated this entire thing out of whole cloth, And that's entirely possible. But in my mind when we talk about poblacion ships, the whole purpose of the population ship is to serve the actor's ability. To get headlines. It is not toe necessarily make them look like the best people in the world, right? And and in this particular case, it has been so ham handed Fisted. I don't know. Is that a ham hand or him? Thing? I feel like it's a full hand make you some ham sandwiches..
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"I've been added since I was 17, so it's not like there isn't there's not a reference point. Who having the experience and then there are those who would feel comfortable no matter what regional which McFadden said something to me once when he was on the here with me, and he said it out, he said other, he said it enough. At a convention that I was the most comfortable guy he ever listened to on the radio. I'm comfortable being on the air. I don't I think about me talking to the ladies. Have. There are 34 million people Listen to this radio program. I don't think about them in a collective. I think about them individually when Jay goes through now, this one of the beauties of the social media connection because we can identify people and pay attention to them as individuals, their name. And what they are thinking or saying you know how much value that has those of you who are exchanging with us, and I long time ago stop taking calls because people who are calling programs like this Tend to be a one note act, and I didn't I found it, Frankly, from my own point of view, pretty boring listening. What's in a great while we might do something very contest put people on the year, but I just don't think it has the same measure. Of relativity that it used to, and that's why we have the ladies here because they have really fabulous points of view on things they think it through. And I wasn't being facetious. When I said we put our brains in gear before we put our mouth in motion. Now the I want to talk about this game. Stop thing. Victorian. Our fun from Kelly Clarkson. Her husband was trying to swindle her Allegedly. Did you guys see that story the other day? No. I saw Didn't something he get any divorce? Divorce proceeding? Yeah, I don't know. It looks like she guess he the accusation anyway. Think us Weekly had it this week is that Theo ex husband had been trying to steal millions of dollars from her great girl. Did he also want millions and in spousal support, too? Yeah, But if I were Blake Shelton, who is his client, or like Reba McEntire, Reba McIntyre's son in law is married to Kelly Clark, Sir. Stepson is married former steps on his murder. Kelly Clarkson. He manages Blake Shelton. I'd be like, Whoa, if you're swindling your wife like what Is that doing it? Yeah, yeah, Yeah. Yeah, but interesting. I brought up game stop because There is a wild swing up and down in sideways in the value of their stock. So Victorian I were talking about at the bottom of the hour. I don't profess to know that much about Gamestop. But you had a very relative point, Victoria. The reason that the value of the stock would be his eyes is Because more people are gaming at home, right? Is that would you do that? Anybody do this? My place is here. I got PlayStation. So yeah, yeah. I mean, the stock is up 685%. And that's how just how many and these points just over the year, year to year. You mean the January gains so from yeah, from last January, 2 Right now it's up, 685%. So you know what? Why? That is, though, and not even that people are buying stuff. It's that there was this coordinated effort on Reddit and Tic Tac. And some guy named Roaring kitty or woman. I don't know. Roaring Kitty started courted coordinating people to use all of the investment APS like like the ones that I used, you know the like the day trading APS, basically Robin Hood and other stock trading abs. And they came together and all decided to purchase games stop at the same time, So they kind of in a in A in essence became like a giant hedge fund. Essentially like that. These things are like Yeah, these big How much time do you spend the day watching your stock? This new? I didn't. I didn't know you were a day trader. I told No but I told you I have carnival. I'm not a deal here. I just I'm letting it sit in carnival through Robin Hood. But, you know, I mean, Robert, Rob from the rich and give to the poor. So that's kind of the point of. Yeah, really, But I think it's interesting that it was this group in. How many of them? Are they gonna target? Yeah, but how many of these guys they're gonna be? Are they going to now work to target So they get something that they want like Gamestop, as like a target of their mission that they get everybody coordinated. On the same day. Everybody buys the stock and it causes the stock to go skyrocketing. All the weird thing is Ilan musk tweeted out the Reddit board that's been hyping the stock. And and and then the stock went up even more, so it's very bizarre. He was like exposing what was going on. And it didn't matter. People are still buying it. So it'll crash there. People just you know, they're all going to sell it right away. All right. 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"us weekly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Lindstrom Bradley trainer. It's snowing outside. Okay, I thought that was like the noise between my ears. Mm. As the window tax sister. What's a wild and styles trainer Wilden Stiles is a publication ship and also an upcoming CS I Procedural on CBS this fall. Really? No, not really Wild and Stiles is AH publication Ship That's a relationship for publicity. That is composed of a Harry Wild and Regina styles. Three Bob Freestyles and Olivia Wilde. There you go. This story is going places, okay? Take us on the journey. Take us on the journey train. Well, you know, maybe just to catch the audience up like, why were we talking about these people and like Just what do we know about? Okay, Here's the thumbnail sketch. Olivia Wilde is directing or directing, producing whatever directing directing a movie that Harry Styles is one of the stars of Side note. I think he took the place of Shyla buff. So there was already like conversation about the fact that Shyla buff was out of a role and that Harry Styler style ear's Harry Styles took it anyway. The two of them were seen getting out of a car together at a wedding and the two of them being Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde. And so then tongues started wagging. Oh, my gosh, They're in a relationship. Oh, my gosh. They're totally doing way over here in poblacion ship Awareness Land were like, Oh, they have a project to promote. Maybe that's why they're together. But then we also saw pictures of the two of them walking together and everybody went bonkers. And then we're hearing that Jason Sudeikis. Her ex is like super sad about it yet, which is weird, right? Because this is not unusual. It is not uncommon with a population ship. It's not unusual. Look at this colleague. Um I'm sorry. Yeah. I was just playing out your fantasy for you anyway. So not my family. That was my fantasy of your fancy. Why not us? Okay, so In a perfect world, my brain would function correctly. This'll was weird. So this is a thing that happens in publication ships now where we can't just have the two people involved in a relationship getting publicity. Their hangers on or we should come up with the term for this, but its publication ship trying off publishing ship Triangle, or like Population Ships by publication, ship Barnacles. I like that. Or, like poblacion ship by proxy, right, so like or poblacion ship adjacent. So these are people that are not directly connected to the main participants in the publication ship in this case, Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde, But now we have the X of Olivia Wilde. Getting headlines as well. And the first headlines as you pointed out for Jason Sudeikis were I'm really, Sam. But let me well, let me also it threw up some Math problems where we had to do math on when they broke up. That is when Jason and Livia broke up. It also brought in some other blind items. We've heard about Jason Sudeikis that are questionable. So like there was reason to go like what is why is Jason Sudeikis popping up in This publication ship Triangle. Well, Well, there's more but wait, and here's the more Jason Sudeikis. This is an exclusive from US weekly, which means the call's coming from inside the house. Somebody connected with one of these three people wants us to know the following Jason Sudeikis hopes his ax. Olivia Wilde will quote snap out of it amid Harry Styles romance. He's desperate to win her back. Okay, so this is really interesting. Because, OK, I'm gonna like, create a narrative here. You okay with this? Yeah. This can I tell you the story? Yes. Sorry. I got really excited, You know, And I think I don't know where you're probably going to go if I know what's in your brain most days, But let's tell the story. The first the story is from the source. Jason's had no option but to step back and let Olivia do her thing. But he has his fingers crossed that this is just a phase and Olivia will snap out of it or that Harry will get bored and move on before too long. He's best desperate to win her back and repair their family. Okay, So that's the thrust. What? Go with your theory. Okay, So sometimes this thing happens in relationships where Like something is an issue. And one person comes to the other is like this is an issue. And if it continues, you know I'm gonna leave. And then the person goes. Okay? Yeah, I'll work on it. And then they maybe work on it for like a minute and a half and then They go back to their old ways and then the other person is like, Hey, this is still an issue and I'm going to go and then at some point, the rubber actually meets the road and the person goes and the other person is like, Wait a minute. Were you serious, and I kind of feel like that's something similar to this happened with Jason said a kiss and Olivia Wilde, where she probably went to him a trillion times. It was like We got to fix this thing, and he was like, Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, well, I'm totally going to fix it. And then it fixed for a minute and then back to basics and she was like deuces. I'm out and now he's like, Wait a minute. No, I don't want and then he sees her with another person, and that's like Oh, and now he's Come back, and he's doing it also publicly because that's the only way I didn't do it. That's a great theory. But what's the slight problem with that in 30 seconds? This is all fake. It's all fake s. Oh, that's a great narrative, but what's really going on? What is Jason Sudeikis have to get out of headlines about wanting to get his girlfriend back and attention.