35 Burst results for "Vanity Fair"

In Major Shift, NIH Admits Funding Risky Virus Research in Wuhan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 8 months ago

In Major Shift, NIH Admits Funding Risky Virus Research in Wuhan

"Meanwhile, you got a complete reversal now on the whole national Institutes of health. Funding of the Wuhan virality, virology lab Vanity Fair, Vanity Fair is reporting that senator Rand Paul was onto something when he challenged Tony Fauci about what the NIH and American health officials knew and when they knew it about the dangerous experimentation China was doing with viruses, which led us, credence to the theory that China is a 100% responsible for this worldwide plague. This awful awful virus that has taken so many lives. All of a sudden, worse Fauci. Danielle Rand Paul and apology when Vanity Fair suggests Rand Paul was right and foushee was wrong, Fauci has spent a year and a half. Lashing out at and denying the claim. That the NIH and American health officials hands are dirty in this. Anybody who tried to suggest on social media got canceled and their accounts suspended. Now all of a sudden, the NIH sends there's a letter out where the NIH admits funding gain of function research. And where's the mainstream media? Where are the mainstream reporters on this

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Mark Milley Admits to Speaking With Bob Woodward for Trump Book

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 9 months ago

Mark Milley Admits to Speaking With Bob Woodward for Trump Book

"Milly. What a what a real real real treacherous road. He's been on. I'm trying to use my words very carefully because my anger about a guy. Admitting yesterday that he was indeed the source to these writers to books articles being written. He said yeah. I was giving interviews off the record. Can you imagine a general who is serving at the pleasure of the president of the united states. The commander-in-chief is taking time like a like a like a gossip and schmoozing with with bob woodward and people from vanity fair and writers that were hell bent on destroying the trump presidency and one of trump's own generals is is busy gossiping with reporters off the record so much for transparency

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Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 10 months ago

Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

"Does that say for our public. Health officials that someone like peter desk is able to insert himself is able to put himself into what is supposed to be a scientific journal and published a statement that covers his own interests but actually have has lose focus on china and focus on masks or vaccines are mass inoculation. The wuhan institute of veracity received six hundred thousand dollars from a five year three million plus grant that vanity fair said eko health alliance. Stop from wire. Where did they get it from the us national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. Which is headed up by tony. Thoug- so tony. She gave dacix the money to the eco health. Alliance the echo health alliance. Then gave it to the wuhan into the variety and they're they're then trading love letters like pen pals in their email saying hey thanks pal for covering our back year because we don't want people to know that we were actually involved in pushing the natural order in putting science of above morality that actually ended up having a leak which is now infected. The entire planet. Dr peter data if you go to ito eko health alliance dot org. It shows this long bio from him. And you start to realize that this man might have the disguise or the camouflage of being a medical doctor with dr. peter. Dasent is the ultimate mad evil. Scientists is the man behind the man that coordinates all of the things that foul. She can't do because technically he's restrained as being a government. Employee data is able to call the prime ministers of other countries. He's able to orchestrate lockdown type programs.

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Vanity Fair's Caleb Ecarma Wrongly Reports About Mark Levin's Position on Vaccines

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 10 months ago

Vanity Fair's Caleb Ecarma Wrongly Reports About Mark Levin's Position on Vaccines

"So I said, What is this full talking about? So I go back. And of course, he cherry picks from media matters. He didn't listen to the over four minutes. Discussion. I had about this over four minutes and media matters. Filled with low EQ prepubescent buffoons. The hard left. Even they provide the audio. They have added five minutes and 12 seconds. And what I was talking about. At the time was the messaging and marketing of the C. D. C. Which is utterly convoluted. Certainly in July. Were there telling people at one point get the vaccination at the other point, the vaccination doesn't protect you from the delta Variant. Remember all that Mr Producer? So I said, Well, then why I get the vaccination. I wasn't telling you not to get the vaccination. I was saying Then what's the point of being vaccinated? If they're trying to say two things at the same time? Yeah, get vaccinated, but it won't protect you from the delta very. And I said they got to provide the data. The data, meaning well, how many people are getting this Delta variant? And how many people are dying from the delta variant, very tiny percentage of people. Killed by the Delta variants. That was it. That was the whole thing. Pretty much. But now I'm an anti vax or you see, And why are all these? These host dying? From the vaccine. You have these wonderful people. These wonderful people like Phil Valentine, but he's not the only one. Mm. Who take a principled stance. And then maybe they change their minds or something like that. And these guys are dancing on their graves.

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When You Abort a Baby, You Kill a Baby

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 10 months ago

When You Abort a Baby, You Kill a Baby

"With the pro abortion crowd is their irrational. They're irrational. If somebody shoots a pregnant woman kills the woman and kills the baby. They're charged with two counts of murder. Should they be charged One count of murder. They say, Follow the science. I hope the falls, it's salon and the fools at Vanity Fair paying attention Follow the science. We have more and more scientific knowledge and expertise when it comes to pregnancies. And the ability to save babies earlier and earlier. Is that a baby? Or is it not? And What makes it a choice and not a baby. They have to change the subject. They have to change the argument. What everyone's position is. You have to admit when you're Boarding a baby. You're killing a baby. That's what you're doing. It's a human being. So they just blow it off as a choice. It's not just a choice. It's not just a choice, and it's not really People like me, are you It's really shouldn't just be one person's decision. I understand it's one person's body. That it's it's a lot more complicated than that. Because there's nobody representing the baby. But this is part

Breaking Down the Wuhan Lab Leak Hypothesis, Dr. Fauci and Other Government Officials Involved

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Breaking Down the Wuhan Lab Leak Hypothesis, Dr. Fauci and Other Government Officials Involved

"So it appears that there's some kind of and I'll get to this moratorium in a minute. The United States government has a moratorium on funding research that would make viruses more powerful. Gee, I wonder why we put a moratorium on that. Because we could create a whole bunch of really deadly viruses, and that would really suck. Sounds like the government finally did something right when they weren't doing something wrong. Hey, we shouldn't do research like that. But it appears a sub agency of the NIH led by Dr Anthony Fauci. May have approved this grant that went to this eco health alliance that eventually made its way to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, where it's believed. Now, this virus may have leaked from Mm. Oh, it gets better. Here's the third part of this daily caller piece again. They're talking about this Christopher Park, who was the State Department person who apparently did not want to open the Pandora's box looking into this stuff, according to this Vanity Fair report. He says Park was not the only government official to oppose pursuing the lab leak hypothesis, however. The Nano another until Vanity Fair that an intelligence analyst struggled to find a report written by officials working at the Department of Energy Lab that Anna must be a whistleblower. The Nano told the island he viewed the report is being intentionally buried within the classified collection system. Department of Energy officials then attempted to block State Department officials for meeting with the report's authors did Nano alleged okay? So just clearing that up a bit. We have funding paid to echo Health alliance through FAO cheese group there. Making its way around the moratorium against this kind of funding that makes its way to a Chinese lab. We think this virus may have leaked from, and apparently there's a report on it that the government's burying in its own classified system who's burying it? What are they covering up

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Ariana Grande Secretly Marries Dalton Gomez

Daily Pop

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Ariana Grande Secretly Marries Dalton Gomez

"Ariana grande is a married lady. She tied the knot with dalton gomez in a private ceremony at her home over the weekend. Now this comes just five months after he popped the question with this diamond and pearl ring. Now a source tells eat. It was a beautiful day and very romantic. It was perfect. And just what i really wanted. What was your reaction when you heard visits. I mean i'm excited for her. I you know. I think we're all rooting for her does she. Because we don't. I mean i don't know she can do a sequel to that song with more xs. We you know she was great. We love it. I love that absolutely have happy for her. She but she always did like she's a baby. You gotta let it grow up. That's the thing we cannot let her grow up. I'm like is she owned up to get married. She looks like because she's so petite she looks on. So you're like oh. I hope that this works out. Because she's been with so many superstars and nationally as a regular guy who is real estate. Let's say you brought up something really interesting. That she was with all these superstars before a lot of people say oh. I think it works because this guy's not famous. But i actually think it works. Because for the first time in her very young life she got a chance to stop and think and live and be normal yes and the pandemic kind of forced to be a regular person for a second and she got to know this guy. I am happy as a gay man. I will be honest. i'm pissed i didn't get full. Spread in vanity fair. I'm so mad. It wasn't on an island with four hundred people. But i'm happy. She got to do the wedding like she wanted to. And not make a

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"vanity fair" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"When it comes to eating up your business it's all about making more megan and that requires an expert with a particular set of skills. You need a making august building. Authentic connections online networking through social selling relationship. Marketing mindset in training that bacon. Get ready because we're about to fry up a sizzling success strategy. This is the bacon podcast with your host and business. Bacon allah just ryan basilica man. Welcome everybody i'm your host. Brian basilica in this is the podcast. Where you learn to make your businesses online. So are you ready to fry up some new business. Hey peeps so while back i was talking about cancel. Culture beck episodes six fifty four and what it was talking about was canceling subscriptions now going through some of my accounting this weekend at noticed paying ten dollars a month for a newspaper. I wasn't reading check with my wife. She wasn't reading it. So i said hey molly just cancel it. And she agreed now. I know you've heard the phrase you are what you eat right. What you put in your body basically create your body. Well it's the same thing with your mind. So the question for today is what are you feeding your mind and i wanna talk about vanity fair unfair vanity in vanity metrics. So what. i'm talking about that affair. I'm really talking about newspapers and magazines. And i've talked before about lunch club. It's kinda they it's just lunch dating service for business people and you can sign up at bacon coach dot com forward slash lunch club from there. You get introduced to people in the industry you know you pick and choose who you wanna meet and what you wanna do and how often you wanna do it. I tend to meet new people every single week. Because i want to feed my mind with new perspectives. So the other day. I met this person named and she happens to be a journalist. Who is now working for vanderbilt medical center not the university and we were talking about newspapers and news reporting and how she left that industry to go work at vanderbilt because she could do more creative things to create engagement for their organization create content share with the world's a matter of fact they started a podcast specifically about medical issues which is kinda cool but newspapers died because of the loss of classified sections when monster dot com or careerbuilder entered the job hunting arena. They started taking away all the ads. And you remember the sunday paper. If you're old enough years ago used to be super super thick because it was primarily for the job section and the classified section that went away with things like angie's list and all the other things i mentioned but what happened is there were less readers. Newspapers shrunk and then on top of that they figure it out. Hey doesn't make sense to print dis and deliver them because it's too expensive so they went digital. Now you have all of these different choices out there that you can go online you can get a paper from your city or anywhere across the world but what it does is it makes it more competitive and one of the topics that holly and i were talking about. Were headlines as click bait in order to get your news stories to stand out. You're basically kowtowing to the seo engine. As opposed to the reader and headlines have always been important but what happened is is that the newspaper started switching their focus to find the target audience. That helps them get better readership. Which means that news has become polarized and on top of that. There's less reporting in the old day you had to have at least two sources to verify your information now there's a lot of news organisations or i'm doing air quotes news organizations that basically take a rumors and put them out as news. N people bite it. Just like the fact that there's a big beaver round beef that somebody's gonna cancel beef. Nobody ever said that. But that's a headline you know. Somebody's coming after your hamburger and that is click bait and that's essentially what it does it gets are ira and gets us angry. So the question you want to ask yourself is that vanity fair speaking of which how about unfair vanity there are two new phenomena social media one is polls in lincoln and the other one is questions in facebook groups. Now these are used as social stream. Click bait. They're meant to get you to stop and do something. In linked in there was a poll that said. How much do you order from amazon. What does that have to do with lincoln and the audience of b. two b. businesses in facebook. There was a question asked in a coach's group that said if you paid me five thousand dollars what what i get for it. What he was doing was pre-qualifying people who weren't making five thousand dollars so he gets sell them to business services. Now people love to answer questions and take quizzes and enter polls. I mean think about the number of people that go online and try to figure out what kind of bread they are right so it does get people's attention and people do click on it but they're not realizing what they're doing and the algorithms in social media reward you when you get more engagement but this is doing little to nothing to educate and enhance people's lives. It's just basically trying to get the owner of that comment more traffic. That's unfair vanity. The last thing. I want to talk about is vanity metrics. And what do i mean by vanity metrics. There was a woman who is interviewed about how she was getting. All this engagement on snapchat. And the interviewer astor. So how do you monetize this. And she said well. There are things that are way more important than money and of course all of us went really. You know it's not like we're in it for the money but running a business does mean you have to make more than you spend. Running a business is about solving problems for and then people will reciprocate with a certificate of appreciation also known as money now all that. Click bait those questions and answers. And polls i talked about our click bait in other words in social media you can count likes comments and shares. But what you can't do is figure out interest or a lifetime value of those people the reason it's called vanity metrics is because it makes you look good makes you feel good bud does it do your business any good. That's the key question. When it comes to a website and google analytics. you can measure engagement. That's time on the site. You can gauge interest by the actions that people take and you can track conversions. That's.

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Katie Hill on Matt Gaetz: 'I feel betrayed by him'

All In with Chris Hayes

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Katie Hill on Matt Gaetz: 'I feel betrayed by him'

"In twenty nineteen then democratic congresswoman katie hill who. We'd have in the program number times resigned from congress after revelations of an inappropriate relationship with someone who worked on her campaign and that relationship have been exposed in a really awful way in nude photos that were leaked to and then published nate british tabloid without katie hills consent. Now he'll sued that tabloid for violating california's revenge porn law. Yesterday she lost that suits. You now plans to appeal. Katie hill also struck up what she called an unlikely friendship with matt gaetz in congress not the time when she resigned gates actually publicly defended her over the league's photos the two kept in touch through twenty twenty despite pizzas relationship with donald trump but their relationship petered out after the trump january. Six insurrection then. Cnn reported the congressman gates had showed nude photos of women he had slept with two lawmakers in a new piece in vanity fair. Katie hill writes. That report is true. Engage in the very practicing defended me from and should resign immediately and katie hill joins me now. It's it's it's great to have you on the program katie. I wonder if you just maybe just sort of talk about your relationship. Friendship with matt gaetz. What you sort of thought of what you make of all this now. I mean look. We became friends because we served on the same committee in. We're about the same age. And he was friendly to me when i was in new lawmaker but when it really mattered when i was feeling particularly abandoned by the people within my own party And when i felt just betrayed in alone in disgusted and Disgusted with myself. It matters a lot that somebody stands up free and i. I don't know how many people have been in a situation that right where you were anybody standing up for. You feels like a big deal but it gets a lot of points and now with all of this coming out. I think people can certainly say that. I have maybe not made the mess choices. When it comes to my relationships with men i had a real relationship with matt gaetz but regardless i feel i feel betrayed by him and i have to wonder about his motivations for defending me in the first place.

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Samra Habib on Being a "Queer Muslim"

Chosen Family

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Samra Habib on Being a "Queer Muslim"

"Our guest today as samra habib. She's a writer journalist and photographer based in toronto last year. She released the critically acclaimed. We have always been here. Acquire muslim memoir and it was the winner of. Cbc's canada reads twenty twenty. I love this book so much. I think i cried at least three times. She's a leading voice in canadian. Literature for writing and photography has been featured in publications like the new york times the guardian the washington post and vanity fair. We spoke to her at the beginning of the year. I actually saw an astrologer a month ago with a seven arlen session not yet to take a bunch of breaks and she told me that When i was born my father was having his saturn return so he was going for law was really released of inches bow. How was gonna support a child and we just moving from basically but a new kid would arrive you know. That's kind of like a consistent theme through meisters for home I think that is very much shaped by the fact that growing up. I didn't really have this stable home way.

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J-Rod continues: Lopez, Rodriguez say they're still together

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

J-Rod continues: Lopez, Rodriguez say they're still together

"J. rod is still a thing pop star Jennifer Lopez and former Yankee Alex Rodriguez released a joint statement the reports of their split or inaccurate and that they are working things through they posted a picture together last month in the Dominican Republic multiple reports including the New York post's page six based on anonymous sources said the pair had called off their two year engagement the former slugger proposed to the actress a couple of years ago after the celebrity couple started dating in early twenty seventeen the couple was given the nickname J. rod three years ago after they landed on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine in that issue Lopez talked about their first date she says he brought up things like getting married again and described him as competent and just so talkative I'm Jennifer king

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Interview With Oprah Fetches at Least $7 Million From CBS

KOA Programming

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Interview With Oprah Fetches at Least $7 Million From CBS

"Oprah Winfrey's interview with Meghan Markle in Prince Harry airs tonight. Vanity Fair reporting, CBS paid Winfrey's production company at least $7 million for the broadcast

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A review of the book, Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

The Book Review

04:42 min | 1 year ago

A review of the book, Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

"Jones joins us now from brooklyn. New york is the editor in chief of vanity fair magazine and this week she reviews the new novel by couso shapiro. Clara and the sun ra. Thanks for being here. Hi thanks for having me so for those who are not aware. Rodica is still one of us. We think you're at the new york times. She was formerly the editorial director of the books. Dusk before working at vanity fair. Where you've been now for more than three years right yet just a little over three years. What is it like doing that. Job in quarantine. We're so used to it now. I know so year. Old question is feels unless normal which i never thought i'd say but i will tell you this week. We released our hollywood issue which is traditionally an enormous photo production to create a three panel. Gate fold cover and it's a big group portrait so obviously in the age of group. Portrait's are rather challenging and unsafe and so we decided we needed an artist. Who would be up for the challenge. So we enlisted. Maurizio cuddle alon and pierpaolo ferrari. The italian conceptual artists to do a remote shoot with ten people. They ended up photographing people remotely over ten days on four continents all through laptops and you know very small local sets and it was really an amazing feat and so with every issue with every day covering the news. We are finding our way. I have to say. I don't know how it's been for you. But you know there's something about having new boundaries and new challenges that that pushes you to be creative and innovative. And i feel like that's what my team has been able to do. So it has felt very much like a journey. But i've been really really pleased with how creative we've been able to be and still sort of fulfilling that core purpose of entity fair to cover a range of entertainment reporting investigative reporting political reporting and iconic photography. And all of the stuff that we do best all right. I'm asking a superficial question. And i'll followed by deep one. It has to be slightly less glamorous. And i'm assuming that there's no vanity fair oscars party this year. I want you to know that for this podcast. I'm wearing my fancy sweatpants there in the rotation. it's our tradition to celebrate the oscars and and we are finding ways will find a way to do that this year. That is safe and respectful. It's an interesting year for the academy as well because even though movie theaters have been closed for most of the time and it's obviously been really challenging to get films out there. There has also been an explosion of actually really fantastic cinema and again presented in sort of innovative ways. And i know the academy wants to really celebrate that talent and so we are going to figure out ways to do that on our part as well all right. I promised i'd follow it up with a deep question. I don't know if it's steep but it's a literary question those of us here. At the time. I think all leaders of vanity fair and know that you are at heart very much A literary percent of book person. What has your year of reading been like in quarantine. I know you're usually at least part of at least one book club. Have you been having trouble concentrating on books. Have you found books to be refuge. What's it been like for you. I am ashamed to say that my reading at least for my comfort level has fallen off a cliff. So which is why. I was so delighted to get this assignment to review issue. Gross new novel because he is one of my favorite favorite living writers. And i am a complete us. I have read all of his works and will continue to read and reread them. As long as i live so that was wonderfully focusing and it was an opportunity to sit not only with the new novel but with so much of his former work and really think about it. But it's been tough. I don't know i mean i. I feel like for a lot of readers out there. It's been tough to focus. And i think that the thing that made a difference for me. Oddly enough was that. Because i was no longer commuting to work. I lost that staple commuting time which i realized. In retrospect is when i did a lot of my reading but it's that i do lead a book club of incredibly wonderful astute readers all women who work or have worked on wall street and so with them. At least i've been keeping up a minimum a reading activity. We just met last week. Actually and discussed martin mrs novel london. And we have a of great books lined up for our next meeting.

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Caroline Giuliani, daughter of Rudy, opens up about being polyamorous

Daily Pop

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Caroline Giuliani, daughter of Rudy, opens up about being polyamorous

"Right rudy. Giuliani's daughter caroline rose says she finds strength and being a unicorn and we're not talking about the mythical creature carolina reveals in vanity fair that she takes pleasure and pride in being the third and a sexual relationship with a couple so she is very open in this letter. She is unapologetic. She is very happy and proud and she said it took her awhile to get to this point but she is super happy to spread awareness. I would like to hear your thoughts. The guest our guest stars always the role. That wanna have. If you're going to do this. Explain to the people first of all unicorn. This first of all unicorn is a mystical creature. Obviously the third person in a relationship Go ahead i'm more like a goat. I come in food. I rummaged leave. You don't want me there. Because i'm digging. I'm asking you questions about your relationship. Okay oh yeah you're involved. Enjoy the moment. Have a nice night. So maybe we can do this again sometime. It's going to be sexy but then it turns into dr phil. It's like a whole connection here. What can we do to bring you back to get an older home doing nothing. One hundred days to the unicorn mad that the even using this word unicorn is the mystical creatures. A word my son would use the unicorn and now that it's this person who's in a relationship with a couple. I never use that word again. May mommy and were beautiful. I bet you do see this. Is that bronco unicorn. We normally call that person. Frankie freak frigging day game. Get with the couple all. It's a thing i gotta say. What is now the thing because you're also unattached. You know unicorn side piece. yes that's what is normally called. you are they. Are we committed. No there's no people with papers der together a unicorn. The definition of a person comes into a razor. They cannot interfere with the couple mainstays. You're just to come and go

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The Royal Family Saw Right Through Meghan Markle

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:26 min | 1 year ago

The Royal Family Saw Right Through Meghan Markle

"Make no mistake about it, though. The queen Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Prince William, all see Megan for which she is and all have serious concerns in regards to the lifestyle Harry has chosen to live. And with 2021 upon everyone and the March 31st, deadline fast approaching the queen was patiently waiting as she knew there was no way Meghan and Harry would continue his royals after the one year trial period ended. Ideally, the Queen would have waited until March 31st to handle this matter, but a few different things went down that changed the queen's plan drastically. And I got this for my inside people. Number one, the rapid decline of Prince Philip's health. Number two, the announcement that baby number two is on the way. And number three, the upcoming interview with Oprah. With these variables in play, the queen knew it was time to catch Harry and Meghan off guard and set the final course for their future. And with that as a backdrop, now begins the exclusive story of what generally went down behind the scenes, leading up to the official announcement on February 19th that Harry and Meghan are walking away from the royal family. Now from what I've been told, the start of the most recent issues came about in early February due to a subject written about an February 4th, 2021 Vanity Fair article titled Meghan Markle is not worried about Samantha Markle's book. It might be ready to write a book of her own. And that article went on to state 8 mile Vanity Fair has told has been told that Meghan is also considering writing a book and has had numerous approaches in lucrative offers from respectable publishing houses, Megan has some serious book deals on the table out of the friend, their roll up for consideration. Well, this information in the article really disturbed the royal family and it's easy to understand why. If fart snorkel was willing to cash in on a book deal that requiring her to shit on her MS stricken handicap sister, it's obvious she would or could do the same thing to anyone in the royal family at any time.

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White House deputy press secretary suspended for 1 week after threatening reporter over story

Retirement Game Plan

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

White House deputy press secretary suspended for 1 week after threatening reporter over story

"Pay. After he reportedly threatened to journalist spokeswoman Jen Psaki reached out at every level there to convey our apology and been clear this will never happen again, and it is not going to be tolerated here at the White House. The deputy press secretary involved in the comments against reporter from Politico. This suspension came after Vanity Fair reported that he had threatened the political reporter by telling her quote. I will destroy you after she asked a question about his personal life more from town hall dot com.

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White House deputy press secretary suspended for 1 week after threatening reporter over story

Buck Sexton

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

White House deputy press secretary suspended for 1 week after threatening reporter over story

"White House suspends the deputy press secretary for a week without pay after he reportedly threatened a journalist. Deputy press secretary TJ Duck Low suspension comes after Vanity Fair reported that he threatened a political reporter by telling her I will destroy you. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says. Duck clothes, actions and language were unacceptable. It doesn't meet our standard. It doesn't meet the president. Standard Duck Close personal life came under scrutiny earlier this week when political reported on his relationship with a reporter for the news out. Let

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Shaq Attack

Pop Fashion

06:09 min | 1 year ago

Shaq Attack

"I started our tell them. It's me god. Hey y'all this is lisa and his car and this is pop fashion. Lisa how are you. I'm i'm on the edge of my year car. I ready to fall off a cliff. Twenty twenty clip into an abyss. That's probably secretly a post office. That is a great mental image to start off the show. I appreciate that this is about to fall into a endless pit of male. Excellent corley wraps mail. Yeah that's my entry to. That's what i have to contribute today at. Look into the post office like every other day for the past week. Why did i want so badly to wrap the gifts that i ordered online and then mail them to my family. I see the post office is where i go to lose faith in humanity. I know at such a mailing quagmire right now to. It's harsh out there. They're talking like it's historic level problems with shipping right now so everybody just hang on. Santa will get there when he gets there right. It'll get there but like also if you're y'all bends the post office you're done but just i just want you all to like think of me. Finally when you mentally envision me waiting in line at the post office and the woman behind me. Just talk to me. No and tells me that. Her muscle relaxer made her constipated. This this really truly happens like two days before we're recording. And i was like fuck my line. Wow wow wow lisa why these people engaging in so many reindeer games on my car and gets on the phone today. She's like these reindeer games. Call it everything from now until the end of the season man. My buddy better stop at those reindeer games. You can send that right through january. That's a that's a it's seasonal because it's winter you know reindeer don't just disappear on december twenty six. I ended that. Yes right i mean. They aren't mythical they actually. They're real with that in mind. Should we i mean. Let's talk about some reindeer game right here. So we're going to start with the sing. y'all wanna talk about. Let's on our instagram here. We go anna winter at legit wrote my notes. Anna wintour t. s anna wintour s. She's been editor in chief of us. Vogue for the jillian years like honestly since nineteen eighty eight. That's older than a lot of you. And since two thousand fourteen she's been conde nast. Us artistic director and now she's got a new promotion. All of a sudden conde nast was named her. Its first ever global chief content officer which means that she will oversee all five vogue editions worldwide and all of conde nast brands so that includes chiku new yorker vanity fair bunches of others. It is all an effort to unify u s global segments of the publishing house of conde nast but like anna wintour has not had the easiest year. Cutting ask first of all. He's laying off people. So which is not a good look for the company right and then you're going to promote this woman who like basically runs the media world and whole bunch of black and brown folks. Staffers came out this summer and said that when toward didn't take them seriously over the years that she's been editor she brought to do better but the question in my mind is just. Do we need to just keep giving anna and tour promotions. She still going to be out. Yeah so she's going to oversee all twenty-five vocations worldwide including the us one that she's already editor us and olive conde nast brands like being the. Let's backup. I would like to call this segment the wind tour of my discontent. They give all day to say that to me. No i haven't. But when i start thinking about those reindeer games led me here. We go down this road She's gonna stay to editor vogue. She's doing all this other stuff and goodness knows when you have one job you want seventeen other jobs. One of my guys are hilarious when we put this up on instagram. Because i put up without terry and then you guys just ran with it. We have the best listeners. You guys are so funny so insightful. And so so laser sharp. Just cutting like y'all are are cruel and i like it our listeners. Lauren dropped in. The comments are instagram post. I like how you just dropped. That turned here. That was exactly the one. I thought you were gonna say. Yeah which first of all you know who i am because i just wanted to present without commentary and see what happened I am struggling with understanding. The torah really did have a place in fashion history. That was very important. Juxtaposed with it's time to go. I look back. And i wanted to kind of like look through some dates and i want to remind everybody that this magazine has been around since eighteen ninety two it had its first black person to photograph the vote cover and twenty eighteen twenty eighteen. That is shameful. She cannot say but she's vowing to do better and then nothing changes. I just like i. I can't i'm wrestling with the idea that like. She harnesses power when she wants to. And then this summer when she had an apology. Not i've just basically like not including black and brown people.

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The Oracle of Britney

Colleen and Bradley

05:09 min | 1 year ago

The Oracle of Britney

"Happened upon this article from Vanity Fair, and this article was published. In mid November, and I, it's called the Oracle of Britney, and it's written by a Haley feeling. And I thought, OK, Am I dreaming? Did we have a conversation about this? But as I started to read through it, I thought No, I don't think we did because This article. Does something that I believe is amazing. And it goes through kind of the history of the free Britney movement from conception Till now, in a super sis inked way. And it accounts for a lot of the weird twists and turns that we've had in the life of Britney Jean Spears over the past more than a decade, and there were little things buried in this article that I was like, Oh, my gosh, I feel scene because essentially what she says, is there said there there When it comes to this free Britney movement, But there's a lot of things going on in the free Britney movement. It is not just you know, the ladies from Britney's Graham, who Started the most recent iteration of the Free Britney movement, who got some Intel from a person who worked in the law office that used to be the holder of her conservatorship. Which is kind of where we entered the story. The it's more than just that layer. There are some really deep conspiracy theories around how Brittany's doing and what's going on with her in her instagram and her conservatorship that include things like There is a picture that somebody says, um, in the picture her eyelashes spell out call 911. Okay. Okay, So what's interesting about this Take on the history of Britney's conservatorship and where we find ourselves now is essentially the author of this Vanity Fair article says. You know, there's actually a benefit on behalf of the Conservatorship to some of these conspiracy conspiracy theories like they are actually promoting and it seems like and leaning into them as a means by which to as we've said in the past, make it appear as though Britney really does need this conservatorship. Does that make sense? Yeah, absolutely. But one of the things that I don't think that we paid the right kind of attention to her. Maybe we just didn't see all the pieces of the puzzle come together. Is that Do you remember there was a conservative er, one of the co conservatives. So Jamie Spears, her father is one of the conservatives. There was another guy named Andrew Wallet who stepped down and step down very mysteriously at the time, like we were like, he said, some stuff was gonna happen. She needed help immediately, and then it was in her best interest for him to step down. Well, apparently prior to that, And this is the part that I maybe, like, was a piece of the puzzle that maybe we knew at one point, but we didn't realize Prior to that he had asked for a considerable rays, which Is interesting in the author of This article points out like conservatorships are typically not supposed to be a for profit. Entity and so for him to ask for a raise on his already seriously robust salary tells you a little bit about kind of how they're operating the conservatorship behind closed doors that stick a pin in that Because Also remember then in September We had a hearing. Or they had a hearing. We weren't there. I wish we were on this, by the way is the one that like the Her the free Britney fans bombed. With their like protests, and nobody knows how that happened. Meaning they got in on the zoom and nobody knows how that actually happened. And nobody is owning and they had to, like. Shut it down. Shut it down, but at that time also, it was an hour before that hearing in August. That Jamie Spears asked the court to reappoint Andrew Wallet as the co conservative. So this is the guy who again asked for a raise in 2018. So there's a mystery there somewhere that we haven't figured out like, what's really going on with Andrew Wallet, right? And here's the interesting part. The theory is that this was a retaliation to Britney Spears refusal to perform and this is what Jamie Spears side says that this will require Jamie Spears to undertake drastic changes to her budget. Which apparently means That Her refusal to perform puts the estate in some sort of financial jeopardy, which sit with that for a moment because apparently that does not apply to the exorbitant. Fees that Jamie Spears pays. To himself as the conservative and also to the financial professionals that he employs. So he's essentially asking like saying she needs to perform in order to keep this whole thing going.

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"vanity fair" Discussed on X96

X96

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on X96

"Because Mark Mother's buys in the news. Yeah. He sent you that Vanity Fair article Bill, the lead singer of Devo. Founder, lead singer of Devo Mark Mothersbaugh. Hey, got coated in May And nearly died. He he said he was at home and not feeling too well. And he took his temperature was 103. And he said nothing Well, wife said, Well, maybe you should go to the hospital, and he said, no, no, no, no, no. And then he said a nurse came over. The next morning. My temperature again and said You have to go to the I C u right now. This is how covert works for some people. You are fine one day and in the I C u the neck, he Hey, said. His wife and his daughters. He has two daughters. He has a daughter named Margaret and a daughter named Quickly H u i, I I, um Said that He thought he was probably going to die. He was in the I C U for, like, two weeks. So what? On a ventilator? What I think is interesting. I think a lot of people don't know this about being on a ventilator because you hear some people go. Well, you know, they put you on a ventilator for a while and then and then you get off in your fun No, usually come off the ventilator. Not only is there Often permanent organ damage. When you're on a ventilator, and you're on a ventilator, they put you in a coma. So you can, you know, deal with being on a ventilator and I I know people who have been on a ventilator for weeks. And you don't just go to sleep. You have these terrifying and Mark Mothersbaugh talks about this thes terrifying nightmares that never stop. Yeah. They're scary, and he so he had this nightmare that, uh, he was in the hospital because he was attacked. Like some somebody by a gang or something. Yeah, and he was and it was so vivid when he was coming off the ventilator. He he wanted to know if they caught the guys that attacked he. He absolutely believed this happened. And he also in a solution, Nation wrote and produced the New Devo album, and they were getting ready to tour with it. One of the other hallucinations He's back home with his family. And he says, if anybody's doubting whether the Corona virus and covert 19 Israel It really is really he said Israel he almost died and I just saw Uh, this just came across Twitter. And I know you guys don't know who this is. But Neymar. He's one of the most. Isn't he? The underworld Now you know the sea Savage sub Mariner. This is the soccer player. Oh, not sub Mariner. No, no. Katie knows who is. Ah, just tested positive. Now He's a dumb ass. Because he caught it because he Ah Ah ah! Defied his Ah soccer clubs. Instructions that said, you know, stay home and decided he wanted to go party in a visa like you, D'oh. Well, yeah, Listen, you've ever partied in a visa. It's worth giving up your life for my work. I have it. But, you know, healthy young people in good shape. Can't get Corona virus. I just want to tell you that they can't Get it. They're all kinds of athletes and young people. You're trying to control my life. Shut up, trying to control my life. You can't tell me what to do. Let me let me counter and my best. Adam West Batman. I'm trying to save your life Jump. Well, I didn't ask you to do it. Thank you for the Devoe, one of my favorite bands. I just quite enjoyed.

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"vanity fair" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"With Vanity Fair wrote this piece. His name is Nick Bilton. All these rich people can't stop themselves. The Lux quarantine lives of Silicon Valley's elite. And he starts by telling a story about Travis Kalanick. You know the guy that was the co founder of Uber. Oh, yeah. Company inside ever made money, by the way, but he got out of the hole a whole Hall of Fame. He is a first ballot inducted. You know that right? Yes. The one with the really EOS His real time net worth is $2.6 billion. I just looked at the website that he's 44 years old and apparently, the beginning of the story is that people are asked each other if they're going to go to his party. This weekend. Ah, this writer said it isn't just Kalinic. I've heard about parties from Palm Springs to Palo Alto business meetings on the slopes of Colorado after mountain biking. A session electric surfing in Hawaii. Millionaire's We're traveling the world in their private jets. They hop from state to state country to country intentionally following the lowest Covad ripped of the previous week. Well, I guess if you got that much wealth and You can stay out of the game. Well, who wouldn't want to go to the places right now? That don't have a lot of people don't wanna Cove it because the billionaires in this story think that it's a poor person's disease. And you know, to a large extent they're right. I mean, it's It's a lot of big cities in poor neighborhoods that are getting racked with the disease that people live in density situations, and they work towards space working den situations. They live in dense situations, right. They have to goto work and work with other people that are also exposed and I go home to their large families and the Large collections of people. Although the part about this it would make sense when you read the stories, But why these guys have in parties were they claim they're socially distanced parties? Yeah, right. You know, that is the great moral judgment of our time, Whether you do something that that's socially distant and you're wearing the proper mask. That is, that is that is that is the equivalent to being caught Having extramarital sex in the 18 seventies. It shows that you care and you love your New year's here. If you're looking out for others, you're caught in a sex act. In the back seat of a car in the 19 forties. This is the kind of rage that unleashes in people. One California governor official told me that some public school teachers are being enticed away to teach a single child in the more affluent areas. Like Beverly Hills in Palo Alto. Yeah, Port poor people are gonna lose with these school shutdowns. Poor kids. They're going losing Ah, tremendously rich people and escaped on this. You can. When you have a lot of money, you can buy your way out of anything. Really? Can't you just throw money at the problem, and then you make more money? Apparently, sometimes there are lavish dinner parties. Where on site nurse administers 15 minute kind of virus test outside his guest drink cocktails and allows them to blast him into dine once her test comes back neck and the on site nurse is probably wearing a bikini. Hey. I'm sure she's a she's an RN, Another investor told me about some colleagues who chipped in for a massive $50,000 a month compound in Palm Springs. It's being used as a group party house. Hi. Would you like to get swamped? They Meanwhile, LAPD was called to the scene of yet another large house party, this time involving a tech talk people. TIC tac people tick, dark. It's the hottest thing going over there influencers. They are there in one of the great word that people use partner's influence. Just sick of this whole era. Is it everything about this entire era makes you nauseous and makes you want to vomit. Tic tac influencers. They're not socially distancing. They're not wearing masks. So they're having a big party. Right? When we come back. We've got a lot more to talk to shoot me. I'm ready to go. Sounds like it. I am ready to go that I had no If, though I knew the world was going to be this stupid. I would have checked out about five years ago. You're always ready to go. I am ready to go. Thiss window behind me is unbreakable. That's the problem. I keep slamming my head into it. John and Kensho. Debra Mark has the news can fi and 6 40. You could listen to Ko Phi everywhere like you haven't noticed. K and K O t h d to Los Angeles lives everywhere on the radio and our struggle of Debra Mark live from the KO Phi 24 hour News room. The operator of California's power grid has been trying to.

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"vanity fair" Discussed on Curiosity Wins

Curiosity Wins

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on Curiosity Wins

"Payne DOT TUMBLER DOT COM. And it has pictures of Taylor pictures of herself. Pictures of cats And it's interesting in her instagram. By which is private and it specifically says like she really only lets people she actually knows in real life follow her. She has a link to the song with Those on the fifty shades darker soundtrack contract. I don't WanNa live forever. which is a great song? It's Zane featuring Taylor swift but I thought those interesting that that's the one she links. Since it's just one that Taylor swift's featured on on an order song so fascinating she liked. Taylor also loves cats with squished faces. Oh and this is a fact I like. She has a connection to the property. Brothers so her husband is lance pain. Who was formerly the President of a massive candy brand as well as Scott brothers global the company behind? HDTV's property brothers. And then lastly this article talks about how her effectiveness as with spear is a subject of debate because of all leashes. That's gone down with Taylor with You know the Taylor Swift is over party when cam released the Connie tapes. Her public break up with Tom. Hilson her continuing feuds with Conde Nikki Manashe and again as I mentioned being painted as an outright combi various neo Nazi groups online. But I think people probably don't realize what a good job she is is doing and how much other shit probably could be out there if she wasn't doing her job. So I think when you how someone like Taylor it's just impossible to keep track. Keep Dibs on everything you know. So I I. I don't think I could better job. Let's put it that way and since I didn't have a ton of updates this week and I've been kind of blowing through all these articles. I thought it'd be fun to do one more so this one is called the night I crashed column. Births Oskar moment by Nell scoble in all. This might be one of my favorite articles. Ever Robert short-form Otter hole that they've done because it speaks to that elusive feeling of being around celebrities but not being one of them and wanting an access to what they have. It's sort of the strange conundrum that feeling. Because when you're in a situation like that you you totally get that they are normal people. They go to the bathroom like you. They get hung over like you. Yeah they might have more money okay. But they're human but the glitz the Glam the freebies that access. I feel like even though. I'm not a super superficial person. You want to be close that it's infectious you. You WanNa get up in the grill. So this articles written by fanfare contributor and she talks about attending the Vanity Fair Oscar party which is very timely with the Oscars. Coming up tomorrow so now Lieutenant I v F Oscars Party in the early nineties. And as you can imagine things have definitely changed since then so. She writes that her first. The party was an intimate gathering of about two hundred people. Can you believe that only two hundred people and it was held at a now defunct restaurant in Beverly Hills. It was odd to roam around a room where where I recognized everyone in new. No one starstruck. I made a loop around the main room and passed in the center to Gawk Diane Key and looked happy and comfortable. Playing herself. Steve Martin Linden elicited visited a laugh. old-timer Kirk Douglas. Didn't he just die. RIP looked elegant. As did new timer Julia Roberts in a room of statuesque women no one looked more regal. Then indelicate Houston until Sheldon. I wanted to take it all. I wanted to remember the moment forever. I wanted to move. I need you to move a man holding a camera bark. You're ruining my picture. I turn to see what he meant. In realized Mohammed Ali Madonna were conversing behind me. Any shot would have captured to icons of the twentieth century and in a short nerdy. Commodore who hadn't even taken the time to put on lipstick. I ducked out of the shot. scooting off like Groucho Marx. So I like that little story about her very first. Pf Party and then she tells a delightful story about years later. The cookies at the party had famous people's Pictures Inc jetted on them and I swear I remember. I think this was like when I was in in high school and still watching E.. which I miss like I was such an e junkie? I think I probably talked about this before. Like I teed on E. TO GET my pop culture goodies lease and I swear I remember them talking about these cookies because it was like new tech back then so she talks about how she finds when Goldie Hawn's face on it and she wraps it up in a Napkin and she she puts in her purse and guys maybe just related to this article so much because that is one hundred percent my move. When I'm at a party I wake up with a mutilated? napkin wrapped wrapped chocolate chip cookie. Every Damn Party I go to. I swear that's my move. So back to Nell an hour later. She was standing at the Valet. She heard a familiar. Laugh Goldie Hawn was behind hind her waiting for her car. Had she seen her cookie I had to ask no. She said with haunting in enthusiasm. I missed it. That didn't seem fair so now pulled the Napkin out of her clutch. Such an unwrapped the treasure. You should have this. She said Goldie lit up and clearly accepted the cookie. The cookie exchanged encouraged now when presented with the right opportunities. She we do more than just observe the stars. She also related this part or. I'm sorry I related to this part. About how one good celebrity interaction she can really give you some bravely bravery but usually minor bad so I don't really have this but we're fast fast forwarding Brunell story to two thousand eleven and by this point that the party had grown a shit ton and Colin. Firth was the man of the hour for the king's speech which I honestly was directed by the director as cats who we all know how that went so now explains the whole night. She couldn't get close to Earth because people circled him late. Vultures and I can vouch. This is another thing that happens at events where celebrities are. It's scary sorry the volt truism like you don't really WanNa be that close to it because it's it's it's a lot so I feel bad for them just like have to deal with that. Because every at these parties there are people who are not celebrities and even the people who were celebrities like lower down on the totem pole. They want to be close to them too. So it really creates a fortex of celebrity. Hell anyways I'm going to read you now. Widnall says at one am. I called it a night. I walked out of the hotel. Handed my tickets to the ballet and weeded under a heat lamp near the in and out truck while pondering whether at time to grab some fries stretch Shlomo pulled up in a valet waved to a group that emerged from the hotel behind me. Colin Firth and his party were on the move. I figured Oscar winner would screw into the parked vehicle I but instead instead he remained on the sidewalk and held the door open for his entourage with their high heels and long gowns. It took some time for the women to maneuver into the Limo. Ever the gentleman. I waited patiently early at the curb as he stood facing the sidewalk. His gaze fell on the person standing directly across from him. That would be me. Perhaps six feet separated us and I could see the dice. Triumph still still still twinkling in his eyes. He flashed me a roguish little smile. I smile back convert and I were having a moment I felt a rush of warp which could have been the heat lamps and realized realized I wanted more than a moment. This was my chance to connect with Colin Firth. Tom How happy I was that he won. And I knew just what to say in my serious voice. I called out. Well done Mr Mr Darcy instantly. The actor's face fell he lord. His liver's shook his head with annoyance. He spun around and hurried along. The last person loading into the Limo were were sports sliding and quickly closing closing the door. The Limo pulled onto sunset boulevard and sped off. I thought offered this was a high point of his career and somehow my forwards seem to darken his perfect night. I slunk into my car and cringely entire drive. Home wracked with guilt. Now I knew how Elizabeth Bennet felt so as not telling the story to her sister. Her sister acknowledges judges that obviously this was a faux pas but she made her feel better inside. You did nothing wrong. If convert doesn't want to be associated with Mr Darcy than maybe he should stop playing him and now writes after years of attending the Vanity Fair Party. I've come to understand that while actors loom large on the big screen they can be all too human at the valley stand. So maybe you guys is won't find any pleasure in this article at all but I really think it nailed kind of the celebrity interaction thing and how it can go on the head and I don't know if I told this story before but one of my favorite slept interactions was so stupid. I was obviously with Aleida. Whenever something crazy happens we were in the East village? We're right by Frankie's I think which really cool store there and we're just standing outside. We're trying to figure out their next move. I think really waiting on her uber. And I see Robert Schwartzman Smith who is the front man of Rooney and he also plays Michael Moskovitz and Princess Diaries shout out miracles and so I literally just raise as my head up. And I'm like Hey rob he turns and you could tell it for far away. He's trying to figure out if he knows who I am. But he's kind of like um no I don't so as a worried he's going to walk over. I literally just say just a fan and he does like head. Does like a little wave and walks off. Now is the last time I saw him but it was a pretty satisfying interaction for me. I have to say so even try that method. I think it goes pretty well. It it's it's kind of a fun story and now on for today's Legit Shit. I thought I would share my favorite drink to get at a bar and maybe this isn't nude nude any line. Maybe you don't give a shit but my favorite drink order. If you wanna be feeling good you wanna be feeling a little for ski. Get get a Tequila. Soda Splash Grapefruit. Lots of lives. And then you'LL WANNA get a real fancy Asan to add a little special contro so basically you have like a not sweet great Margarita and it is heaven and you can bring them all night dullish. That's May legit Shit Shit. This week is nothing you even have to buy. Just a little tip when you're out there this week and having fun hope you guys have an amazing weekend and I will see you next week bye..

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"vanity fair" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Would serve you sound like you're from there my knee until tomorrow at Bogart's I don't mind spending on the cover of Vanity Fair the mood obviously Tom petty's Pasternak in CD or hearing our music from Tom but you know I go see cover Vespasian like a different error it's you know you go and see what did I see cover band us there's ACDC tribute band was pretty good except when one was pretty good and and the Tom Petty is pretty good too well if you're if you're a fan of Tom Petty or just look at this on the do Bogart's tomorrow seven five if you could show probably the place you know every song right you know I saw we saw New York was he a Tina Turner musical I'm not a big four Broadway guys but I get it now I finally got it I saw him someone like okay this has nothing to do with Hamilton John Knox all or anything like that so and I went there is a disappointed you know what I jungle gently jungle gyms and nothing it almost went over here and I snagged in the last good good job clever collided so we all run into but anyway yes we will send it in this girl who played and it was fantastic we saw at thanksgiving or watching for some reason have the Macy's thanksgiving day parade I was kinda background and my wife person there and then my mom passed away for love Tina Turner love primarily sick and disturbed the girl who was playing her looked and it was on point sure and so we're like right when we are going to York let's get to got tickets in the back row in it was it and blew my mind it was probably the single best performance ever seen in my life what was the best thing about the choreography was great the storytelling was really great about how she came up in her relationship with Ike and the guy played Ike was really good but the music the the the the the ability of her to channel Tina Turner even if you still feel that raspy kind and it will kind of weird accent she was able to even an older life portray her on point was on point no they did allow me to conserve the ended two or three songs and it was actually sounded just like her so if you're a fan of that it was like oh my god probably the best it's easily the best tribute if your call tribute band I've ever see that Tina Turner from Nutbush too young should not fishy to the whole story her grown up and not bush and and of the songs and all that hard to believe she is eighty plus north of eighty years ago right still looks pretty good that she damn I mean she had in the story isn't in our preview that too if you're a fan of music history is how she had to reinvent herself because you know she was that relationship rumors the movie from back in the day where Clyde to be using her clock light is I could be a singer I could be a what what I'm using right now Jimmy I just showed and all of a sudden I'm an abuse well you can be your use of to me sometimes so anyway you know so the story very but like veterans day you know the navy for twenty four how dare you talk to someone who serve their country like anti veteran yes I've done military so icon on the right the music so she could do any this every time you try to perform he liked but the lawyers so she had a totally reinvent herself and that that was half the story was that was really that fascinating item may block right yeah very good anime bullet yeah yeah yeah yeah so she dealt with her upbringing and all that in the caymans like okay reinvent yourself and she found a producer in the eighties and he was on with a chance our came up this huge album and Tina Turner reinvented herself middle that money made more cash in the back after like the first effort just about one and I I I just died I think would like penniless basically yet to do all along was helluva musician but normal human being than what you gonna do there so that I can Tina Turner story yes all right so southern accents Tom Petty tomorrow at Boger city guide good to see you my friend what's on tap for the rest of the week for the rest of the week for me what's on yeah what's on tap what's on tap today being Friday today I'm going I'm going down down south to see mom good good good for you I told my two daughters and I said it dad it's a Daddy daughter hall on driving or flying yeah driving skills drive in drive but the way my older daughter drives the flight hello black and white knuckle and our pop up all right I'll see you next time they come in have our a guide you to do it happy new year but it we are the best clay gray from a channel line up the CPO of course since the lifestyle we can mornings at ten o'clock this is Scott flanger Friday morning here seven hundred W. L. seven hundred W. L. W. the new year but maybe not for everyone a happy new year fire that destroyed the abandoned Middletown.

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"vanity fair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:38 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Buzzed visitor joins us on sports byline. You certainly know him is the best selling author of three nights in August. And of course, the classic Friday night lights. And I'm we're talking about his latest article for Vanity Fair on tiger. Woods buzz. I alluded before the break the fact that his dad passing away, I wonder and some people have speculated this as well. If he had been around, whether this would have happened, you have any gut feeling thoughts about that. Well, I have a gut feeling that his father of anyone in the world. Tiger down. Tiger look you know I'm a man your man, I understand the impulse to have sex. There's nothing wrong with it. It's a natural impulse but the way you're going about it is it's going to be disaster. It's clear that he had doored and loved and respected, his father, and I think is father, as I say, you know, could have said he would have listened because, you know what a certain point is, you know, tiger became larger than life. And I'm not sure if he would've. Listened to anybody whether it was fiber, or anyone else, the one person, I think he would have listened to was that because that was a real relationship, and they were, you know, very, very close. And I think with the death of his father, obviously, was a blow to tiger, and I think, more and more, he said, you know what I'm gonna call the shots. I know what I'm doing and I don't need to listen to anyone 'cause you run. I don't know how many athletes you've interviewed probably a hundred million at this point. I don't think I know anyone who's interviewed more interview them better. You know what they're like they all and, and I understand this. The great ones think. They're invincible, right? And the great ones think nothing can ever happen to me. And I understand that because that's what you need. And tiger you know felt I'm invincible on the golf course there's no one like me. He does have a big ego. You know, underneath the F ability, he must take felt I'm invincible off the Gulf course, whatever happens if there's a problem, I'll take care of it. And it's really proven by how he reacted after. The accident, which was one of the worst handlings of situation that I've ever seen. I think the other thing too, is when he got the itch the one ahead and did it a couple of times when he found out he could get away with it. He came away saying, hey, I can do anything. I want. And that's why continue. And you pointed out something that I think is very strong, and that is the fact he got sloppy. And when people get sloppy it's because they become era that about what they're doing. I think there's no question about that. I think what's, what's interesting, you know, about the Vanity Fair piece or the pictures, which are, which are wonderful taking by any leibel. We've, it's who's really a great artists in Greek photographer, and they do they were taking two thousand six and they show, you know, tiger in light that we had never seen them, you know, not just that he's shirtless, but he's muscled the obviously loves himself very, very narcissistic portrait. And I think as you said, he did a few times at worked, and then he said, hey, you know. I'm going to be okay, I can get out of any situation, nothing's going to happen. But, you know, he's paying women at one point, and, you know, we get in deeper and deeper. And what it's wanna one that, if you're having sex with fourteen or fifteen women, while married, one of them is going to at a certain point. They do you love me. Do you not love me? And he says, well, you know, I can't really do this anymore, and then she's going to say, hey, I got nothing out of this. I want some money and it was just inevitable that this was going to go up. And, you know, I'm not a prude, but there is a morality, to, you know, doing this while you're married, and while you have children and what I think makes it even worse is he started. He didn't folk his family. You know, he would do interviews and say, you know, the most important things in life are being a good father and being a good husband..

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"vanity fair" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Per professional styling, an invitation for two to the Vanity Fair after party transportation to and from the Vanity Fair Academy Awards experience for poop in giggles. What do you guys think give me a price? How are you there for the weekend? Three nights. Stay for two. Four hundred K dawn. Boy, no clue I would say three hundred thousand. The actual retail price is four hundred twenty five thousand. Good. Marcus that in but that isn't guaranteed. The any celebrities are going to talk to you. You're. All this money and you're just standing around looking good. But everybody's like who's that? That is she's from Minnesota. Thing. Stay corner going. You bet ya. But yeah, that is. I don't know if I could ever enjoy myself spending this kind of money, you know, even if we have that kind of money, I don't know. I mean some of this all never forget. When I think of lex, I think you've heard the story when I think of the Neiman Marcus catalog. I always think of Robin Robinson because this was right. When I started Robin Robinson. If you are new to the city's she was a long time anchor at channel nine and she left several years ago, and I was hired at channel nine to be her producer for the sake meant the buzz which was an entertainment segment. And so I worked with Robin pretty closely. I was basically like also her assistant, and I'll never forget, you know, Robin made. Good money. I am saying that for reason it's anybody's business. But this is why cracks me up the juxtaposition, a struggling new producer age twenty six and I get a phone call from the front desk lady. She goes, I think her name was Sharon. She goes, jas echo. Yeah. She goes on. There's a box up here for robbing can you come get it, please? And I was like Tina was her name. She Tina I'm a little I'm like I'm in the middle of producing the segment. A little busy can. I wait. She was actually you can't wait. I said, I need you to come up here right now because it's leaking. And I said, I go excuse me. She goes, it's leaking. And I need you to come get it. I can't leave my post. So I went up there and I'm like girl. What is in this box? I pick up the box, and it is like dripping this, like cloudy liquid from it human head. It's paltrow's. I take it back to my desk, and I call Robin. She's a high. Ordered. I forgot what I ordered. She goes, I drive your permission to open it. And she goes out, so I took it back to the mail room. And I opened it up, girl it was a Neiman Marcus ham. She bought like a thanksgiving ham, even Marcus. Actually, like four hundred dollars and that ham was leaking girl leaking all over my twenty leaking all over my Tommy hilfiger discount, and it was disgusting. But I'll never forget these anchors make a lot of money if they're.

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"vanity fair" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

Politico's Off Message

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

"And I just think our parties hasn't recognized how important the bold and aggressive actually is to the American people that you desperately wanna represent. Yeah. You get on. Okay. And I have the yes, the kale one. Where you were just saying, so I have a different story. I mean I have at Pentagon twice once over don't ask don't tell, but then, again over sexual assault in the military. I don't back down from Feis it needs to be fought. And I think that's what the American people are desperate for. Can we pause for minute savvy? Great. So we finished up lunch. And then we hopped into her waiting Chevy, suburban outside in a steady rainfall, she stops to make sure and give a couple of dollars to a homeless person in the street, which is a nice touch. And in the car, we continued our conversation touching on any number of themes, but really focusing on the issue at hand which was her relationship with the media based on the role that gender and women's rights and equality have played in her political rise. You mentioned something earlier when you were asked about the men in the race. And whether there was any sort of different treatment based on gender and you said that, well, maybe some media bias, and you kinda small smirk on your face. But you didn't elaborate and I would love to know, for example. Do you think that it's a little bit odd that we saw a man on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine effectively launching its you're not against merging? It's unusual. It's a little bit unusual. Right. Never seen it for then with his dog. Yep. Talk to me about the coverage of women versus the coverage of men, and how you think it affects campaigning general, but especially campaign for the presidency, four years after Hilary Clinton lost as the democratic nominee. Well, for me, you know. It's just something you have to overcome, and it's not unfamiliar..

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"vanity fair" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:07 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here with you seven twenty WGN to eleven AM or live and the AllState skyline studio for the news. I was telling you I was creeping on the people across the street trying to look into this. I saw somebody at a desk, and I'm trying to light at them. Texter says, Matt this time in the morning. It's either a video game or porn. I hadn't thought of that go on wound and other lights are out. So apparently, whatever it was they reached the level they needed. And now they've moved down reached the level. They needed on the video game or whatever. Yeah. That. Oh, pam. I haven't heard you mention the NC double A. Do you? Pam do you have a bracket going? My team was out in their first game. You. Kenya? Guess. Lester. Okay. So then my interest level fear. Well, northwestern didn't even make it to right. I mean like. Yeah. They had they had a rough season. Yeah. Well, always do. So I'm used to it. So you didn't fill out a bracket. You didn't try to even now heartache even participate now not even bothering now. Now now now now. I understand. It was. Gotta check. I was doing pretty good in the pool that I'm in which is awesome. Considering like my buddy who's totally good about gambling and things like this really takes his time. And learns he's in last place in the pool, and I filled it out like at forty six. Oh, this this this. I think the the the people that probably do the best that these things are ones that put almost no thought into them. I agree either go by colors, or I like that team name or you know, whatever. Yeah. I can remember the one time that I really played. I won like that. I just based on color wasn't some actual cash. Was it a little I know Pat on the back. That's no fun. Yeah. That's no fun. No. But I guess at least you didn't spend the get into it. So there's a well. Yeah. What you said. So airline flights has been a little shaky lately for people because of the whole seven thirty seven max thing. There was a story today that there was a United Airlines flight diverted after a strong odor left passengers feeling ill. So I see that headline and thought, oh, that's interesting. Let's print that out because I'm assuming it's going to be a passenger that created some problem. Right. But really, it was ventilated issue seven thirty seven, but doubt Amax because those of course are grounded right now. And. Is a ventilation system. Having to do is the smell of fuel odor. And it was strong enough. And it got stronger as they got in the air that they landed the plane, and you know, put them on another plane and stuff like that. But it made me think because I thought this is where the story was going was about a passenger you ever been on a plane, Jess or or Pam where there was a passenger that you're just like, oh my gosh. How did you get on a plane? Whether it's people taking off their shoes or just having a body odor. I was on a flight back. So we have to go to conferences a few times a year to veterinary conferences for my production company. And Jim, and I were on a flight back Jimmy works with me, and where we sit together, and we we always sort of sort of like address straw system. One of us has fly in the middle right because there's two of us together. So we're gonna sit next to each other. He likes the window seat. I like the aisle seat. So generally one way or another he'll get a window one way. And then he's gotta take the middle in in the next. And so I always ask them. Do you want middle on the way there? Do you want another way back, and it's always kind of a Russian roulette and who's going to sit next to you. So we're on the way back, and he he has middle. And he's always, of course, hoping you're always hoping that a, you know, Pretty Woman sits next to you and strikes for conversation. You have a fun flight home and that never has ever happened. Even once. But you just hope that you know, it's it's comfortable flight. We had a person sitting next to us. Who a they wore a like a surgical mask? And sometimes you see people doing that. 'cause they're afraid of germs or whatever. Who are you never know this gentleman had his surgical mask on. He sits down and about four minutes before we take off Jim starts like making faces. I'm like what's going on? He's like this guy, smells, so bad. Really? And I just start left because I could smell it. And he chose this flight home to have this. I'm lucky I won the, you know, the Russian roulette of the flight and just laugh laughing about it like all that's a shape and he's like dying. I mean, he's literally die at one point put my phone down by my knee and aimed at recorded seek it see him like like going to his nose sort of like all your cover your face like. Like when you do that. But he's just trying to nose the whole time because he died, and I'm just laughing. I'm like, oh, how bad could this be what's wrong with you? You're such a was about ten minutes into the flight. It finally makes its way over to me. Like a punch in the face. It's smelled. Like. Death Chinese food that somebody had urinated on. Oh my goodness. It was it was terrible. Right. But that's what I thought of it was like a weird fried rice beef and broccoli covered in your it was it was just it was strong, and it lingered. And I just felt like a little whiff it. I was like oh God that is bad. And then it went away. So I thought right, I'm fine. Jim's gonna and gyms diet he is die next to this guy. About fifteen minutes in it's now, it's just it's encompassed. It's in the filtrations. It's like, it's it's it's surrounding us. It's so bad. I'm reading I don't know if I Vanity Fair magazine with me, and you know, how a lot of times especially in Vanity Fair. Remember, they've got the the thick like perfume cards and stuff or the Cologne cards. I tore one of those out. And I tore it up and like like it's got it's it was sticking in the magazine. So it's got some stickiness to it. Unlike one part of it, I tore that and stuck it under my nostrils. So that all I could smell was this Cologne. He did I honest to guy macgyver. Absolutely, absolutely. I did that for about twenty minutes to try to get through it. 'cause it was that bad. Did he say anything he didn't speak English? Really? And he wasn't talking. He went to sleep. And he just I don't know if you've been traveling forever or what the story was. But it was as we're landing. So we got a three hour flight with this that Genesis died the whole time as relating the gentleman wakes up, and he starts asking Jim questions. So he now he's leading English. He's trying to speak English and ask him about where we're landing is like showing you a piece of paper. He's got to catch a connecting flight show or or get to somewhere in Chicago. I forget what it was. But he's talking to Jim. So he's leaning in Jimmy keeps turning back to which makes it even ten times worse. And Jim looks to me like literally are we on candid camera? This could not get worse than this guy is literally now he's engaging with being needs to talk to me. And I've tried to help them and L O, man. It was. In the twelve years, Jim, and I have been traveling these things together. This is the most outlandish thing we ever had happened on a plane. Just it was it was amazing. It was like you picture pig pen in the peanuts cartoons. He's just got that cloud of smoke always around number of dust that was the aura of this gentleman and his smell. I mean, it was amazing. And when you read stories about a plane landed passer this or that I think of that flight like this could have been one of those flights where so it was like we just can't do them kennel here with this going on. We're not gonna make it. Maybe he just had some Chinese food right before he got on the flight urinated on. Maybe he had not washed his clothes. Maybe he was traveling. Well, that might have been I don't know. But it was it was not just like, you know, there's like, oh, I'm sorry. You were working out you smell a little bit. There's that. There's there's I've been traveling. I'm just a little stale. You know, we all have that from time to time. Right. This was like I've been traveling for two weeks and forgot to use washroom. So I've just been doing that within my garments. You know? I mean, that's what it really. That's what it was. It was bad. I got nothing there. I've only had one weird pass. Well, not weird, but they fell asleep on my shoulder. That's hilarious. Did they slobber to a little bit? Oh, literally. So you you're so nice. Just you just let them sleep on your shoulder. Didn't he didn't give him the the shoulder nudge to get him off you. I couldn't move. Really because there was so heavy on their head was so heavy. You're just too nice. But I kind of like wiggled my way out of the the elbows are made for intended. Elbows to jab that person next to you if they're leaning on your shoulder. I mean, that's that's a breach of etiquette. And then I made Stephan switch spots with me your boyfriend's on the plane, and you're allowing this to happen. And then he did. And then I got the window seat. And it was fine. That's that's brutal. And this is my very limited airplane experience. Yeah. That's right. You just flew for the first time while you've been producing the show. I remember you talking about it. Right. I went to California. I know that like when I sleep sometimes I'll snore pretty loud. The kids will tell me and there have been times I've fallen asleep on planes, and Jim is dying because I'll be like really just letting it go. Sometimes he'll throw it all on me. Sometimes he just sits there. People are looking at me as I'm tearing it up, but that's a true friend. Yes. Oh, oh, believe me. Our goal is never to let the other one in. Void embarrassment. It's to get the phone out and start recording. So who has more ammo Jim would by far I do basing things all the time. I trip over stuff. I fall asleep by spill stuff like crazy. We were on a flight before, you know, like a generally when I'm drinking diet coke diet coke on the plane. But I don't like, you know, they give you poor little Cup of it or there's just a little bit in. And you know, sometimes if I'm having a snack, whatever I want more so all by sometimes in the airport. Concession a bottle of diet coke, you know, the bigger plastic bottle somethingyoushouldknow furlough you kids out there if you're flying and you buy the.

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"vanity fair" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

09:37 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Shapiro show. A lot to get to this hour will be getting to President Trump having a showdown with Republicans in congress. Plus, we'll get to Elizabeth Warren moderating herself. But we begin. With beta Aurora is finally off the funds, dude. The progressives are so into it that they looked at beta. And then what we're going to go with Bernie the moderates looked debate on there. Like, he's like young Joe Biden. Wow. How impressive beta. Okay. Let's let's start with betas announcement. So yesterday, he's featured on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine. This tells you everything you need to know about beta over if you are now is essentially made on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine. We know what you are. You're a white elite liberal. Is what you are. And the reason that the media love themselves and beta the real reason the media love beta is because they look at Baidoa and they see themselves. They look at what they see is a white kid who grew up extraordinarily privileged in a rich situation. We spent a few years kicking around before he found himself and settled down who has broadly, liberal views left leaning views but likes to think through the issues is really considered intemperate. But also cool like the cool guy was Kim stinky's cool also a little bit nerdy. But really mostly just and looking guy you'd want to hang out with them be with basically when the folks at CNN look in the mirror. They see beta Iraq. And that is why they love beta or the same thing is true over at MSNBC. Then Chris Hayes looked in mirror or and that's why all of the media in love with with beta when they looked at Barack Obama was even better because Barack Obama mirrored all of those things except for the race. So they can say they were intersectional and also Barack Obama mirrored who they think they are considered. Politician who really likes to think through the issues, and then comes up with sophisticated analyses who spent a few years kicking around until he found himself helping the downtrodden that's how folks in journalistic world like to see themselves all the people who went to NYU journalism for all those people see themselves as beta Iraq. Which is why every phoning profile of beta Iraq is written by the same. Former NYU English grad who is sitting in a crappy apartment in Brooklyn. Overlooking an alleyway pissing into a trash can everyone every one of these profiles is written with this sopping. I'm reading the great American novel attitude, so the vanity therapies in which Bego essentially declaring his presidential run is no different the cover of the magazine. If you can't see it is beta standing in the only shirt, he apparently odes every pitcher I've ever seen a baiter. Iraqi is worrying beat up shirt because he's a man of the people despite the fact that he's worth nine million dollars in his wife is the daughter of a near billionaire, and his father was an extraordinarily powerful county judge he there he is. Man of the people standing jeans cross a lonely road in Texas. You stand in their considering his future. Maybe he'll take out a guitar flick is banks out of his eyes and play. You a ballad. Vanity Fair has and the profile is seem is just as pathetically drooling. Over beta a because all of these profiles of beta Aurora are the same. Sure, he has no ideas. Sure. He doesn't know what the hell. He's talking about shirt. He's never done anything of real importance. But beta O'Rourke is a man who likes to think through issues and consider them, and he'll take your point of view into into consideration. They don't work is the guy that apparently a lot of suburban women are into and he was the guy in high school a lot of the girls were into why? Because he was the guy who seemed deep, but it turns out that he was just he seemed because he was emir being it looked like there was depth to him. But he was just nearing back to you. What you wanted to hear that is basically what beta Iraq has been for his entire political career in the media love this. They love it. So this Vanity Fair article in which he was photographed by any. What's the article was written by Joe Hagan, who's just the same as every other columnist who's ever written about beta is a great thread and put together on Twitter of all of the physical descriptions that the media have given to beta Iraq. He sweating because it's like he's playing great rock in a hot stadium. And then there's talk about how he's just relaxed leaning back looking wistfully at the world. Every description of beta Iraq is exactly the same because everybody who's writing it is exactly the same. So this this entire Vanity Fair piece. It has got pictures of beta sitting with his dog his dog looking for Laurie at the camera. Like, why am I here? What am I doing here? That's the best part of every one of these pictures is the dog just in the background looking like, I can't believe this is my life now. Anyway, beta here's here's what Vanity Fair writes about beta O'Rourke. Awards mission style home in the El Paso neighborhood of sunset heights is the site of a famous nineteen fifteen meeting between Mexican revolutionary Pancho via and US General, Hugh, Scott while renovating it aerobic had a wrought iron fence around the property removed. Save for a few feet of it around stash Trie in late February he came home to find Republican protesters live streaming video it asking why he still had a fence then from market politics like walls when they're around their own homes. I said come up with me, it'll take you to our front door. He recalls this is just decorative fencing. Why are you have walls in your house? They resorted why do you have a door? Okay. That's true behind the door in the living room. And here is where we get into the deep heart of the media's love for beta behind the door in the living room a floor to ceiling bookshelf contains a section for rock memoirs. Bob, Dylan's chronicles a favorite. Okay. The pretentiousness of people who sit around reading Bob Dylan's chronicles cannot be overstated a stack of LP's the clash Nina Simone, but also a sizable collection of presidential biographies, including Robert Caro's work on Lyndon B Johnson. I love that. This means that he's a Sophisticat again, all of the members of the media. Love beta consider beta rogue one of them. That's why they love him. Hey, look, I also have Bob Dylan's confessions or chronicles on my shelf. Also, when I was in high school, I liked the clash, and I also like to skateboard a little bit, or at least I wished I had most of the kids in the media are actually the fat kid who is sitting with the typewriter in the av room. But but they wish they were beta beta was the cadet always wished they'd been arranged in historical order the biographies suggests there's been some reflection on the gravity of the presidency. But there's also some political poetry to it a sense that a work might be destined for this shelf. He has an aura. Oh, don't describe to me his aura first of all the rigorous party of science describing politicians with an aura good stuff right there from from Vanity Fair it worth noting here that the same members of the media who have spent years at this point praising NATO O'Rourke, and overlooking the fact that he lives in a three story house in El Paso, and is worth nine million dollars almost none of which came from him presumably, or at least was made really only from family connections. The beta O'Rourke is somehow a man of the people, but Howard Schultz the head of Starbucks. There's a big article in the New York Times today Howard Schultz isn't as poor as he said he was when he was growing up. Howard Schultz has said that he grew up in the projects is a big article in the New York Times day. Well, you know, the project he grew up in was actually kind of middle class. So obviously, he's a liar. Okay. Now, do Alexsandr ocasio Cortez does. Now do beta not going to happen O'Rourke and his wife, Amy an educator nine year, his junior both described the moment, they I witnessed the power of works. Gift. It was in Houston. The third stop on a rooks two year Senate campaign against Ted Cruz every seat was taken every wall every space in the room was filled with probably a thousand people you could feel the floor moving almost. It was not totally clear that beta was was what everyone was looking for. But just like that people were so ready for something. So that was totally shocking. I took my breath away shocking. And then beta says, I honestly how much of it was me. It's a rocky mentally it's Iraq. I mean, this this is political spinal tap guys. It is a rock documentary in which they don't work plays a fake political candidate on TV. I honestly don't know. How much was mad? But there is something abnormal super-normal, or I don't know what the hell to call it that we both experience when we're out on the campaign trail, he says, I don't ever prepare speech. I don't write out what I'm going to say. I remember driving to that. I was like what do I say? Maybe I'll just introduce myself. We'll take questions I got in there. And I don't know if it's a speech or not, but it felt as saying because every. The word was pulled out of me like my some greater force which was the people there. The people are the force on the people. The people are may give me another rep on that Bong, bro. That's quality quality. Wait. It's he's so obnoxious. And again, the media fawning over this guy is though his a self made man is though he's a person who came out of nowhere. Here is beta a roof story. Okay. We're going to know what hold on one more from Iraq. And we will get to Baidoa works life story. But first, let's talk about shaving in the morning. 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"vanity fair" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Many times a day yesterday. We played this NIA Malika Henderson audio. She's on CNN. I think she's supposed to be a reporter. She's African American she watches better. And the and the announcement, and the, you know, the all the Vanity Fair cover and all the hoopla and what she sees. She sees it through the Marxist prism of race class and gender real stars of two thousand eighteen were folks like Andrew gallon. I like Stacey Abrams. But I haven't seen Stacey Abrahams on the cover of Vanity Fair. Real stars get the kind of treatment. The better work has gotten so far. And I think that has a lot to do with race in gender. And it's something that I think that better work is going to have to grapple with. He's going to have to grapple with the fact that he's white because said because the racists in the missing out to get him. Stacey Abrams was big. So she lost the governor's race in Georgia by a slender margin. And that means she should be our if she announces maybe she'll be on the cover of Vanity Fair, but she hasn't announced, and then we had Kirstin powers updates on this because she's white. She's not black neom leak Anderson is bike. So she focuses on race and gender as well and class should come into it. But Democrats are allowed to marry billionaire daughters and Kirsten powers she's like looking at the same thing and seeing it through the same prison, but it is a liberal woman. Can I just say one thing though, about what's bothering me about this isn't so much about what's the the media's doing? Rob. He gets this Vanity Fair cover, and I and I feel like you know, he is getting kind of this special treatment. That's not proportionate to what he's done. He's had a big accomplishment. But so did Stacy eight thousand. You know, she was just Lewis out there. A lot of other candidates have accomplished a lot like it's not clear to me why he's on the cover of Vanity Fair and Kamla Harris isn't taught now a LA and the house of come LA. You know, I got an idea. Try being a Republican for a day because the difference is not the race or the gender or the class. It's the party. That's the it's, you know..

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"vanity fair" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"And again that tells you everything you need to know, the entire circulation base of Vanity Fair is upper class white women that is everyone who subscribes to Vanity Fair, and that's who Bego is going for. So here's betas announcement. First of all, we should note betas Aligarh like one year ago beta said that he would not run for president. So let's just play him saying he's not gonna run for president. And then we'll play him saying he'll run for president. I'm not looking at twenty twenty. And in fact, I'm completely ruling that out not going to do that. No matter why win or lose. You're not going to run. I'm not I'm not running in in twenty twenty. I gotta tell you. It's incredibly flattering than anyone would ask me. The question or that that that's even up for discussion. But but since people have asked the answer is no. Fast forward to today. Beta O'Rourke, his announcement Amien, I are happy to share with you that I'm running to serve you as the next president of the United States of America. This is a defining moment of truth for this country, and for every single one of us the challenges that we face right now, the interconnected crises in our economy, our democracy, and our climate have never been greater and they will either consume us or they will Ford us the greatest opportunity to unleash the genius of the United States of America. We can begin by fixing our democracy and ensuring that our government works for everyone. This is going to be a positive campaign that seeks to bring out the very best from every single one of us that seeks to unite a very divided country. There's a lot more to come. But I wanna leave you with this. The only way for us to live up to the promise of America is to give it our all into give it for all. Of us. What truly new? What do they mean for us to give us her all and give us all of us in all of our all and all of us in here are some spiritual camp bandleader hands. Woo check this out. God beta Aurora. Okay. So we're going to get betas bio now because here is the thing about this. The media have proclaimed for years, the what is the real problem in America is the problem of rich white privilege that is the problem in America. So it is good to know that finally for the first time in a long time, a rich white man growing up in a rich powerful, white family and marrying a very rich white woman and spending years playing in a punk rock band. Uselessly can also be president of the United States. Men's good America has grown guys got that. Rich white guy who married a rich white lady and has run for office and failed in an attempt for Senate finally a person like that could be president of the United States. Slow clap America well done. It's gonna be fun to watch all the intersectional, Democrats and the media suddenly embrace beta Iraq, whose presumably the least intersectional candidate of all time a man who calls himself Bego, but whose whiter than I am by a long shot. So let's go through who is beta mic Aurora who has beta Iraq. So beta aerobic is a fellow who was born in El Paso, Texas to an extraordinarily powerful family. So his father was in fact, a powerful local democratic politician. His father was an impact Aurora. He he was nicknamed beta in infancy because he grew up in L Paso. His mother was the stepdaughter of the separate former secretary of the navy under president John F Kennedy and his dad served as county Commissioner and county judge had a Roque was also close associated with Texas governor. So obviously beta grew up in very difficult circumstances. A little beta was growing up really on the rough streets of El Paso. He began his education at the squirrel a Montessori Dell valley preschool and continue to Rivera elementary school and Maceda elementary school. And then he went to the woodberry forest school in all-male boarding school in Madison County, Virginia just like all the underprivileged little kids between graduating high school and starting college. He was a summer congressional intern. In the Capitol Hill office of US congressperson Ron Coleman, then he went to Columbia University..

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"vanity fair" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So Vanity Fair has his and the profile is seem. Is just as pathetically drooling over beta rope. Because all of these profiles of beta Aurora are the same. Sure, he has no ideas. Sure. He doesn't know what the hell. He's talking about shirt. He's never done anything of real important. But Baidoa work is a man who likes to think through issues and consider them, and he'll take your point of view into into consideration. Embiid rock is the guy that apparently a lot of suburban women are into. And he was the guy in highschool who a lot of the girls were into why? Because he was the guy who seemed deep, but it turns out that he was just he seemed deep because he was a mirror being looked like there is depth to him. But he was just Mirroring back to you what you wanted to hear. And that is basically what beta Iraq has been for his entire political career and the media love this. They love it. So this Vanity Fair article in which he was photographed by any liebowitz the articles written by Joe Hagan, who's just the same as every other columnist who has ever written about Iraq. There's a great thread. So and put together on Twitter of all of the physical descriptions that the media have given to. Iraq. He sweating because bashing like he's playing great rock in hot stadium. And then there's talk about how he's just relaxed leaning back looking wistfully at the world. Every description of beta Iraq is exactly the same because everybody who's writing it is exactly the same. So this this entire Vanity Fair piece. It has got pictures of Bego sitting with his dog his dog looking for lonely at the camera. Like, why am I here? What am I doing here? That's the best part of everyone of these pictures is the dog just in the background looking like, I can't believe this is my life now. Anyway, beta here's here's what Vanity Fair writes about beta O'Rourke. Beta awards mission style home in the El Paso neighborhood of sunset heights is the sight of a famous nineteen fifteen meeting between Mexican revolutionary Pancho via and US General, Hugh, Scott well, renovating it arose had a wrought iron fence around the property removed. Save for a few feet of it around.

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"vanity fair" Discussed on Connected

Connected

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on Connected

"Okay. Thank you. So I I I feel like this. This departure is sort of like a roszak test for what you think of modern apple and I said don't want him in that game. It is though. That's it is. I I can only offer the perspective as a as an apple customer as somebody who uses the apple online store and the apple the physical apple stores. I don't know. Nobody knows really of the three of us are other people in Tudor what really happened. It does feel from outside. It does feel like a sudden departure like something that was not planned months ago. Angela was on stage Tober event had a big presence big section about the apple retail stores this multi year vision for what the apple store should be. She was profiled in Vanity Fair last week. I think I don't know. It doesn't feel like something that was I think it was vocal. Yes. Yeah. But my perspective as a customer is that I I can appreciate to Bijlani speaking or architecture, Lee speaking, the new apple stores, we don't have the room, but I've seen them in London of seeing them in in San Francisco. I think of years ago, they're beautiful, and they they are really extraordinarily alike. Any other store that are been to? But as a customer in Italy who doesn't have the fancy new apple stores. I can tell you that over the past few years the experience of going to.

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"vanity fair" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"It would just be unbelievable for me to believe that cone would go and lie to congress. So let me just let me just be totally clear on what we've got here Cohen has said publicly. He was he did this at the direction of Donald Trump. You say that he's told you that there is a document that backs that up my reporting reporting is that there is a document that backs that up and that Cohen has access to that document. I would I would assume that he has access to this document. Do we know if this is something that he has discussed already with either the southern district of New York which prosecuted him on the other campaign finance felonies or with special counsel's office or with other investigators? Here's what I do. I know that he has spent upwards of seventy hours with investigators. If there is something that is pertinent to one of the cases that he is involved in issued it you're not sitting in those rooms with investigators twiddling your thumbs or are talking about the. Whether you're talking about everything that you know that is relevant to those investigations. And I know that he was on an official cooperating witness in the southern district of New York. But it is my understanding that he was fairly if not fully cooperative in the investigations that we have known about publicly is it your impression? My last question for you on this. Is it your impression that what the Wall Street Journal is describing what Cohen is not denying them. What there may or may not be documentation of in terms of backing up his assertion that this was out the direction of the president. Is it your understanding that this is the same kind of campaign related expenditure? That may be may have criminal implications. How could it not be? I mean, it is not one hundred thirty thousand dollars to one woman. But it if it is a payment that was made at the direction of President Trump and potentially could have influenced the election, and then the exact kind of payment that that Cohn was in trouble for and the exact kind of payment that people on this network have been saying for months could potentially. Implicate the president or individual one the same thing in my mind. Well, we will see if it ever is judicata. Of course, there's the complicated question that you're allowed to spend as much of your own money as you want on your own campaign. But of course, you do have to declare when you're doing that you're not allowed to data's Haski little stuff it in a boxing glove and stick it in somebody's carry on bag. This is remarkable. Emily, Jane, FOX, senior reporter for Vanity Fair. Emily. Thank you very much much much more to get to stay with us..

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"vanity fair" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:30 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Is in Laguna Beach, California. Hey, what's happening? Hey, I want to thank you for all the education, you give all of us every morning. It's very appreciated. Thank you, sir. I am concerned with what the terms of the compromise on the wall might be I'm Cheryl on DACA. And if it is a pathway for citizenship, it should be coupled with changing asylum law. What what do you think on that? Well, I don't know. I mean, I don't I don't I don't yet know that there are the basic ingredients of a compromise. Look, I've heard this DACA business being thrown around. But I have not heard Trump throw it around. I've heard all kinds of other people throw it around to saying, this might be what was that via the Democrats will be starting point arrogant, DACA. Give them a. That that is the equivalent of. Oh, man, taking an element of the Obama agenda, which by the way, speaking of that there is a fascinating piece if it's possible. In Vanity Fair magazine today on their website. About the Democrats. Abandoning the Obama agenda and why they are. And much of it centers on the fact that the reason it's happening is that Obama was too much of a establishment guy here. It is. I just happened to turn to it. I highlighted two paragraphs. So where does this leave us in? What does it portend for Democrats in trinity trinity on the one hand, it's unfair to call Obama and establishment, president all the status quo overtones of the term. Obama gave us the Affordable Care Act. He gave us the stimulus. He gave us the Dodd Frank Wall Street before he gave us an executive action for dreamers. Are you have your DACA? He gave us the repeal of don't ask don't tell. He gave us a nuclear deal with Iran. He gave us diplomatic relations with Kuba. He gave us a climate deal in Paris. He gave us a new start tree read. This Trump has gotten rid of every damn one of them. This is great. Affordable Care Act, CEO ater stimulus bid, what dodd-frank well that's still around. But they're trying to weaken it. Executive action for the dreamers. Not yet the repeal of don't ask don't tell that's kind of hanging around nuclear deal with Iran were out of it. Diplomatic relations with Cuba. Climate deal in Paris. We walked out of it. A new start treaty strategic arms reduction treaty are reform of the student loan program in to liberal supreme court appointments on the other hand, many other countries most obvious trans proceeded with Obama the financialisation of the economy kept increasing. I'm going to get to the area this paragraph for the Vanity Fair writer starts criticizing Obama. And why it's understandable that many Democrats are running away from the Obama legacy is somebody tell me what this is the financialisation of the economy. May isn't the economy financial anyway. When we're talking about the economy. Are we not talking about money? We're talking about commerce. We're talking about the movement of goods and services. So what the hell is the financialisation? Of the economy. The financialisation of the economy kept increasing. What does this mean that was this clown? I'm sure there's an answer. Anyway. Financialisation economy kept increasing student debt kept exploding trade policy. Kept it same priorities opioid addiction kept. Spreading suicide numbers. Kept rising disparities in life expectancy between the rich and poor kept widening union membership kept declining illegal border crossers kept coming. Our defense commitments kept growing in towns like Jasper, Indiana and North Carolina factory workers a hundred here. Couple hundred their capital losing their jobs out competed by giant CHAI com mills with appalling condition, so that's an indictment. That's what was wrong with Obama after the list of things that they loved. The concise and indispensable new book the way, I'm fascinated by intellectuals right about each other the inestimable such and such. Indispensable such and such. Replaceable. We're talking to people nobody ever heard of. The concise and indispensable new book the nationalist revival. I'm sure you've all read it because it's indispensable. By the left leaning author. John be Judas contains one especially haunting statistic of this is what I was referring to earlier this is this listen to this three point four million jobs lost. This is an indictment of Obama, by the way, Vanity Fair three point four million jobs lost to the growth of trade with the tchaykovsky since two thousand one when they joined the World Trade Organization. For many of these forgotten Americans Obama's final state of the union resolution leading a manufacturing surge rang hollow and his vision of making change work for us, always extending America's promise outwardly, the next frontier. They don't really heard many times that they may have to retool may have to retrain renew era of decline. Obama said. It was Bill Clinton who said. At times had to observe that millions of people look pretty picture of America he painted, and they cannot find themselves at a talking about Obama. And it pretty picture though, about the pay that was BS because America was in decline. It was a new way of measuring economic success America's salad days were behind us. All that stuff. But this statistic it totally escapes this writer three point four million jobs lost to the growth of trade with China since two thousand one guess there's one person that is trying to change this one person trying to get those three point four million jobs back. His name happens to be Donald Trump. One person totally escapes this writer. But the people who lost their jobs to the Chaika know full. Well, what Trump is doing? And there by the way, there is more support. In that region over there among the Japanese the Malaysians in all of. Western asia. There is so much support for what Trump is doing vis-a-vis the CHAI calms. So here is a piece in diving Obama explaining why it makes perfect sense that this new crop a democrat presidential nominee is what abandoned the Obama legacy? Folks there in turmoil on the side, I'm telling you that they are in a big mess on the democrat side. They're going to have all these people seeking a democrat nomination. Some of them are going to be running away from the Obama legacy is going to be advocating it. In its own. Little contained element is going to be entertaining. If they win it's going to be challenging threatening. But I just thought this one little step three point four million jobs to China law since two thousand one. Yeah, it's a shame one guy is trying to fix that along with all the other jobs lost because of similar. Lackadaisical lazy American foreign policy when it comes to.

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"vanity fair" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"vanity fair" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"What? Real problem. She's maybe the juice is loose. In her hand or liver. So again, we think the lady doth protest. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yes. That's just Meghan. Markle Meghan Markle is my debate today because of this story. Woo. So this was this is a story that was. Reported in Vanity Fair that was reported by a source. I don't know who the source says, but I believe in a, you know, Meghan Markle. She took some time to kind of, you know, rise to the level of fame that she was when she made it on suits. So she apparently while she was working her way up. She owned a lot of clothing that was stylish, but perhaps more on a budget. Right. Think of like your M clothing Zara. That's a is it Zara Zera Zara Zara. Okay. That's what I thought. Well, apparently when Meghan Markle made it real big, and she got herself on suits. According to a source who talks to Vanity Fair. She threw a party that was unofficially billed as the cyanide Zara party where she invited her friends to her house, and they and she gave them all of her hand me downs are closed because now because now. Lorde, the big clothing. So she gave a charity party for her friends. That was exciting for them. Oh, come over and read your closet. I would love your candidature hand me downs, you rich beyond that. You've got all that money, and you can get all the super expensive designer clothing. Please do hand down. Hey, guys wanna come over to my house and take all my seconds can isn't that? Bizarre. Con Mari my clothes into your wardrobe. Exactly. This doesn't bring me joy anymore because it's not expensive enough here. You can have it. Yeah. She gave away all of her lower priced clothing to her friends. And I think I'm putting in loose quotes. Because I think one of the things that we are learning swiftly and have any about Meghan Markle. Is that friendship is not a thing that she's super excited about. Can I just say really quickly on that particular? No. Look around look to people and see who they surround themselves with if anyone and if there's not a lot of people going on Pask yourself. Why is that? Okay. Carry on in any case apparently. And then there's like this whole other. So that's why I made her my D bag is because of that story. But then, you know, I it was spinning out into I started to read other stories about Meghan Markle. Because now I'm sold on the fact that she really is not a fun person. To be around because all of the evidence seems to be piling up. Right. Like all of her assistance in the palace, not all of them. But they've been kind of dropping like flies a little bit. And there was this the rumors of dust up between her and members of the Royal family including but not limited to duchess Kate. Well, allegedly according to something I read the Queen just had had it up to here with with the two of them. And she demanded around the holidays that the two of them sort out their differences and the two of them had a heart to heart and one of the things that Kate. Apparently, according to the story, I read that Kate apparently said to Meghan Markle was that she did not appreciate that. She felt that Meghan had used her for her social climbing. But all is well between them now. Oh, sure. No. I'm sure everything's hunky. Dory. Aren't you sort of in the camp of where there's smoke? There's fire a little bit right now. Oh, I totally think that they hate each other's guts. And because you know, I think Kate sees Meghan is sort of because the Royal family is all about what power power. Yes. But what is their only way to have power attention? Yes. Optics image, right? Because the the royalty relies on the only reason that exists any longer is because they made a calculated decision to sort of give the public a reason to still have them around and by doing. So they've said like, okay. We'll show how we can be really worthwhile and important to you. So it's all about image. And so it should not be any stretch of the imagination to think that image would then create a friction point. Right. So like any of their disagreements are probably going to be around the way, they are perceived in public or the way that they present themselves. So I feel like these stories are absolutely probably more.

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