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The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
What's up With Wisconsin?
"Okay, now I want you to expand justice Kelly. This is crazy to me that the most politicized race in the country is a Wisconsin Supreme Court race. And that George Soros is pulling in money. What's your website, by the way, in case people want to donate to your effort to keep the law of the law and not politics? Thanks so much. It's justice Daniel Kelly. Kelly is spelled with one E so justice Daniel Kelly dot com. All right, justice Daniel Kelly dot com. Earlier this morning, in a tweet, unrelated to me, someone pointed out all the issues with your left wing opponent. I can't say it. How do you pronounce her name? We pronounce it she who must not be named. Okay, there you go. Well, the Voldemort of Wisconsin law is going to come forward and try and beat you on money on abortion on promising. I can't even believe she fell into it. She promised to change the maps. And from the beginning of time, justice was don't tell you how they're going to rule because litigants are entitled to a shot at a fair rolling. She told everyone, she's going to change the map. How is this race unfolding in the eyes of the average wisconsinite? Yeah, I think the average Wisconsin, I want a traditional justice who comes to the law, honestly, and will do what they've commanded them to do through their constitution. Which is just use the existing law to decide the cases to come before the court.
"voldemort" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Special grand jury foreman showed her face, she's 30 years old. On TV. Cut three go. We do know, of course, one of the biggest questions remaining for everyone that wasn't in that jury room with you is how many people are in trouble here. What can you tell us about how many people you recommended as a group to face indictments? Now, this reporter, Kate, Voldemort. She will be praised by her follow corrupt journalists. For participating in the corruption of the process. We don't do this to mass murders. We don't do this to terrorists. Not a single reporter has raised the. Ethics issues. Related to something like this. Not one. Why is that? Well, we know why that is. They don't seek justice. They seem seek a hangman's noose. That's what this. Go ahead. I will thank you for having me. First of all, and I'm hesitant to speak to something that the judge made a decision not to share. He, I don't know if everyone's aware of this, but there was a hearing about what parts of the report should and should not be published. And it's various forms and the list, well, the sections that were removed were consciously chosen to be removed, and I don't want to say I have better judgment than the judge. That's totally understandable. Is it would you say when it comes to there are and there are indictments recommended, of course. Is it more than 12 people? Is it more than 20 people? I think if you look at the page numbers of the report, there's about 6 pages in the middle that got cut out. Allow for spacing? We're going to continue their site to take a heartbreak. So she just said there's 6 pages in the middle, allowing for spacing. It's not a short list. Meaning there's a recommendation that a lot of people are going to be indicted. She was not free to say that. I'll be right back. Months. On 77 W ABC. I want to tell you about something to help you protect your retirement. People are worried about the economy because 2022 didn't go very
The Ben Shapiro Show
"voldemort" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Movie kind of fun and enjoyable? Yeah, it is, you have to put aside your philosophical objections, you'll have to put aside the fact that if you don't want to see people weirdly with rubbery hot dog fingers groping at each other or if you don't wish to see people inserting bizarre sort of work awards up their rectums during the middle of a fight, if that's not something that you're into, then this is not the movie for you. Again, it was not that part of the movie was not part of the movie for me, but overall, is it an enjoyable film and as a creative? Yeah, it is. Should I win best picture? Top Gun you in best picture. Okay, time for a quick thing that I hate. Okay, so a couple of quick things that I hate. So one is there is this story from Seymour hersh that is getting wide traffic on the interwebs. Suggesting that America took out the Nord stream pipeline. Now, you'll recall that very, very early in the Ukraine war. The Nord stream pipeline was damaged. And suddenly, Russia was unable to pump oil through the Nordstrom pipeline. It was totally unclear who had done it. The New York Times called a mystery, the Biden administration denied any knowledge of it. Seymour hersh is a very controversial quasi journalist. I say very controversial clausi journalists because he did some work during the Vietnam War that was widely praised, for example, over the massacre. That that's what made him famous is his reporting of the massacre. But later on, he wrote a bunch of stories that were very bizarre, right? He suggested, for example, that every detail about the killing of Osama bin Laden was not true. And then he suggested also that the sarin gas released by the Assad regime in Syria was actually not released by the Assad regime, so he's had some real problems with his research before. He also made allegations in a book called the dark side of Camelot about the John F. Kennedy assassination that turned out to be really questionable. Based on hearsay. So you have to take everything that I says with at least a grain of salt. However, if what he's arguing here is true, that's a serious problem. So he argues in his latest article is that the United States basically bombed Nord stream. And did so without any sort of congressional approval or authorization, that would be a forward military offense by the American military. He suggests that the U.S. Navy is diving in salvage center, planted a bunch of explosives on the Nord stream pipelines. Last June, he says the navy divers are operating under the cover of a widely publicized Midsommar NATO exercise known as ball tops 22, planted, the remotely triggered explosives at three months later, destroyed three of the four Nord stream pipelines, according to a source with direct knowledge of the operational planning. Two of those pipelines which were known collectively as Nord stream one had been providing Germany and much of Western Europe with cheap Russian national gas for more than a decade. A second pair of pipelines called Nord stream two had been built, but were not yet operational. Now, with Russian troops massing on the Ukrainian border and the bloodiest war in Europe since 1945 looming, president Joe Biden saw the pipelines as a vehicle for Vladimir Putin's weaponized natural gas for his political and territorial ambitions. So the CIA says quote, this claim is completely unutterably false. Adrian Watson, White House spokesperson, said quote, this is false and a complete fiction. The sourcing on this is super thin, so again, I would just like to remind everybody how thin that sourcing is in the interest of objectivity here. I know that there are a lot of people who are jumping on the story. If indeed, the Biden administration launched forward attacks on the Nord stream pipeline without congressional authorization and the president of the United States did that. That is a serious scandal. So that is worth noting, but it is also worth noting that Seymour hersh has been wrong on an awful lot of things and has tended to rely on some bad information in the past. All right guys, the rest of the show is continuing now you're not going to want to miss it. We'll be getting into the mailbag. If you're not a member, become a member, get your questions answered today. Use code Shapiro, check out for two months free on all annual plans. Click the link in the description and join us.
The Ben Shapiro Show
"voldemort" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"This is Barry Weiss's new publication. It's by a person named Jamie Reed, Jamie Reed is a lesbian woman who is married to a trans woman, meaning she's actually married to a biological man, so it's kind of a strange situation for a lesbian. But that's not the story. The story is that this person used to work at a trans clinic and now is calling out those clinics for what they are doing, which is essentially mutilating children. She says, quote, I'm a 42 year old St. Louis native a queer woman and politically to the left of Bernie Sanders. My worldview has deeply shaped my career. I've spent my professional life providing counseling to vulnerable populations, children in foster care sexual minorities, the poor. For almost four years, I worked at the Washington University school of medicine, division of infectious diseases with teens and young adults who were HIV positive. Many of them are trans or otherwise gender nonconforming, and I could relate throughout childhood and adolescence. I did a lot of gender questioning myself. I'm now married to a trans man. So she is married to a biological woman who says that she's a man. Together, we are raising my two biological children from a previous marriage, and three foster children, we hope to adopt. All that led me to a job in 2018 as a case manager at the Washington University transgender center at St. Louis children's hospital, which had been established a year earlier. The center's working assumption was that the earlier true kids with gender dysphoria, the more anguish you can prevent later on. This premise was shared by the centrist doctors and therapists, given their expertise, I assumed that abundant evidence backed this consensus. During the four years I worked at the clinic as case manager around a thousand distressed young people came through our doors, the majority of them received hormone prescriptions that can have life altering consequences, including sterility and left the clinic in November of last year because I could no longer participate in what was happening there. By the time I departed, I was certain the way the American medical system is treating these patients is the opposite of the promise we make to Juno harm. Instead, we are permanently harming, I vulnerable patients in our care. Today I'm speaking out, I'm doing so knowing how toxic the public conversation is around this highly contentious issue and the ways my testimony might be misused. I'm doing so knowing I'm putting myself in serious personal and professional risk, almost everyone in my life advised me to keep my head down, but I can't in good conscious do so because what is happening to scores of children writes this lesbian woman who worked at a gender clinic is far more important than my comfort. What is happening to them is morally and medically appalling. So what exactly is happening? Well, as she points out, the population of people who are claiming genders for you has shifted radically from teenage boys to teenage girls. She says that she was concerned about the shift in the population. But she said anyone who raised doubts ran the risk of being called a transphobe. She said frequently, our patients declared they had disorders that no one believed they had. We had patients who said they had Tourette's. They didn't, that they had tic disorders. They didn't. They had multiple personalities, but they didn't. The doctors privately recognized these false self diagnoses as a manifestation of social contagion. They even acknowledged that suicide has an element of social contagion. When I said clusters of girls streaming into our service, booked as if their gender issues might be a manifestation of social contagion. The doctor said gender identity reflected at something innate. To begin transitioning, the girls needed a letter of support from a therapist, usually one we recommended, who they had to see once or twice. To make it more efficient, we offered them a template for how to write a letter in support of transition. The next stop was a single visit to the endocrinologist for a testosterone prescription that is all it took. Amazing amazing stuff. Many encounters with patients writes this woman, emphasized to me how little these young people understood, the profound impacts changing general would have on their bodies and minds. But the center downplay the negative consequences and emphasize the need for transition. There are no reliable studies showing that gender dysphoria is going to be increased by the use or is going to be decreased by the use of these sorts of drugs. Indeed, the experience is many of these centers patients prove how false these assertions are. Here's an example. On Friday, may 1st, 2020, a college emailed me about a 15 year old male patient. Oh dear, I'm concerned the patient does not understand what Michael luta made it does. I responded, I don't think we start anything, honestly, right now. Like aluminide is a medication used to treat metastatic prostate cancer. One of its side effects is it feminizes the body's men who take it, including the appearance of breast. The sense of prescribed is cancer drug is a puberty block or any feminizing agent for boys. It has a long list of side effects. This patient experienced one of them, liver toxicity. And the story goes on and on and on and on. Why has none of this? Been reported by legacy media. Why is it left to Barry Weiss to actually report this sort of stuff over at her newsletter? And the answer is, it takes courage to do this. And the media are dominated by woke leftists. And corporations are dominated by people who cower to the woke leftist or are woke leftists themselves.
The Ben Shapiro Show
"voldemort" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"A whole hearing about a 24 hour hiccup in a right-wing political operation. That is why we are here right now. And it is, it's just an abuse of public resources and abuse of public time. We could be talking about healthcare. We could be talking about bringing down the cost of prescription drugs. We could be talking about abortion rights, civil rights, voting rights, but instead we're talking about heart and Biden's half fake laptop story. I mean, this is an embarrassment. Half fake laptop store. What's an embarrassment is this person in Congress with her giant glasses? She's such a ridiculous person. But this is the thing. The activist class wants the middle management to shut down the debate. That is their goal. For example, represent Jared moskowitz, Democrat from Florida. He actually tried to cover for the Biden laptop story being suppressed. He was like, yeah, it's good that it was suppressed. Happy was suppressed. Your leaker, I always love this, by the way. You guys are against leakers unless they're leaking things you like. Your leaker Matt Isaac. And have you seen this guy? I mean, he's like a RadioShack dot matrix guy who copied files off a private citizen's hard drive. Okay? That's your entire theory is based off of. But I want to use his words. This is his own words. Your guy, your leaker, the guy who gave you the information. There have been several attempts by several individuals to modify and insert fake data. I do know there has been multiple attempts over the past year and a half to insert questionable material into the laptop. There is no evidence that any questionable material was inserted into the laptop. Hunter Biden left his laptop at a computer repair shop because he's a high garbage human. He was high beyond reason and he just left, it wasn't the only laptop, he just left lying around, by the way. But again, this is also a Democrats can defend the sort of censorship regime that they like. And AOC, of course, was back for more of this. AOC yesterday literally asked the former members of Twitter if they could have worked harder and banning libs of TikTok. Who's done the absolutely apparently devastatingly awful work of actually just revealing clips of people speaking in their own words. So here she was calling on the Twitter heads to have banned libs of TikTok more. It was a TikTok been suspended like 5 times. Here's AOC all in favor of censorship. Mister Roth, are you familiar with this account? Yes, ma'am, I am. Are you aware from that from August 11th to August 16th? That account posted false information about Boston children's hospital, claiming that they were providing hysterectomies to children. Yes, I am aware of that and other claims from the account. And are you aware that this lie was then circulated by other prominent far right influencers? Yes. And are you aware that all these claims, which I have reiterated, were false, culminated in a real-life harassment and ultimately a bomb threat to the Boston children's hospital. Yes, I am aware. And this account is still on that platform today. So I'm just going to point out that Boston children's hospital according to ABC News says that they offer gender affirming hysterectomies to eligible teenagers. So that wasn't a lie at all. Just wants people she doesn't like shut down. She doesn't like lives of TikTokers. Sometimes libs of TikTok makes fun of AOC. This is the game folks. If a bunch of activists in Congress, activists in the press, people who are not answerable to market conditions. And they find a bunch of allies in the middle management of major companies. And those allies then use the pressure from the outside as an excuse to pressure their superiors and their inferiors at these various companies in order to do the woke work. And a bunch of people also in middle management who seek to tamp down the risk to their company from outside political pressure, they cave to it. That is the entire game. From Disney, to Twitter, to Hogwarts legacy, that is the game. And it takes something to stand up to this sort of pressure. It really does. Because what the left is really, really good at on these particular issues is shifting the burden of proof. So for example, the burden of proof when it comes to saying that men are men are women and women are women. Is now on you. You now have to take an act of courage to say that men are men or women, I mean, I suppose you could be a coward like a San pike or just not play a game because people are yelling at you in the comments. Or you could actually do something courageous. reflect the whims of the activists because they are, in fact, activists, perfect example, a headline from Yahoo news today. Reflecting The Associated Press headline, quote, Montana bill would let students misgender classmates. Look at the shift in the burden of proof there. Let students misgender classmates of the core assumption is that the moral thing to do is to force students to call other students by a fake gender. That if bob comes in and says, I'm Jane, all the other students must immediately reflect this. By law, says The Associated Press. The burden of proof now shifts to you to explain why you should be able to explain the truth. Now the reality is all this bill does. It says that students are allowed to say true things in school.
"voldemort" Discussed on WTOP
"On the outer loop very slow end of the work zone after exit 11 headed toward Richie Marlborough road. You get by single file to the right, past the roadwork and southbound of the Voldemort, Washington Parkway, and route 50 that is a very strange or I should say a very frequent spot for crashes and it's still there. Southbound BW Parkway, route 50 just after the ramp of west on 50 toward New York avenue, that crash remains northbound on D.C. two 95 at Ben Rhodes also have a crash still working on that, but I think they might have it on the shoulder now, still a little bit of a slowdown headed past Pennsylvania avenue. And on New York avenue, both ways at the third street tunnel down to a single lane each way due to road work and Rhode Island avenue is still closed near the Rhode Island metro because all the investigation continuing there. In Virginia though, north on traffic on three 95 still has the police activity believed that just cleared at a Washington boulevard, the lanes are now open, but southbound on 95 still very slow from Norton getting past the crash on the left side at one 23 and had one stopped in the right lane a little farther south of principally at Parkway, and then you're down to a single lane to the right on 95 southbound. And X-Men one 48 Quantico very slow getting through that works on. They also are working now on 66 westbound after route 7 on the left side and on the right side westbound near the fairfax county Parkway. Headed westward Centreville. For solutions to all of your plumbing problems called the 5 star plumbing experts at crop Metcalfe, call one 800 go crop, or visit crop Metcalfe dot com. Bob and we're TLP traffic. Storm team four is Amelia Draper. Partly to mostly cloudy skies out there tonight and mild for this time of year with Lowe's in the low to mid 60s. In fact, our highs today, more common in April. Now, as we look to tomorrow mild again, highs in the low to mid 60s and there's the chance for an isolated shower or two, but most of us
AP News Radio
Michigan graduate assistant a trailblazer for female coaches
"Mimi Bolden Morris is believed to be the first female graduate assistant football coach at a power conference school since the late 80s. A lot of what I do is film breakdown, trans letting a lot of our opponents opponent into what we do so that we can kind of execute that and exploit them, whether weak. Voldemort will be on the sideline when the second rank wolverines play number three TCU at the Fiesta bowl. Most days, it can be difficult and tough because it's a new space that I'm navigating. A lot of things that I don't know around people that I've never been around before. She played basketball at Boston college and Georgetown and was interested in coaching football. Hopefully, women in sport is something that becomes absolutely normal and hopefully I'm able to pave the way for that. Voldemort is plans to return to Michigan for a second season as a graduate assistant. I'm Ed Donahue
"voldemort" Discussed on WTOP
"Love. Wednesday morning, welcome to the middle of your week. Glad you shared it with us. Here, this mid light hour at double DTP November 16th at 1238 in the morning. Perhaps you could weather all the 8s and winning breaks over to rich hunter now in the WTO peak traffic zone. Our new crash reported this one's going to be on the south end lanes of the Voldemort Washington Parkway just south of two O two, again, unclear what lanes are closed, but again, police and fire headed that way and yet another crash on the Baltimore Washington Parkway, but this time it's on the southbound side, Nord found for now the lanes are open, leaving the district headed up toward the beltway in Greenville beyond the valley, headed up through beltsville, Laurel and on toward Baltimore, nothing else in your way for the moment. Now bellwether Montgomery and prince George's counties as of late, it's been pretty quiet over in Montgomery county and poolsville partnership road was closed each way just north of river road. I was due to a large tree down across the roadway tree crew should be on scene, again up in Germantown, claw road remains closed between martini road wearing station road that as a result of a large water main break 24 inch water main and some road surface damage there as well. So it may be a while before that's reopened. Virginia is still cleaning up the remnants of the multi vehicle crash Nord found on the George Washington Parkway, before you get to one 23, should now have the lanes open, but there's still a delay there so be careful and maybe crowding the leg, the right side there, so be careful. Southbound side of the George Washington Parkway better now, leaving the beltway on the plane, headed down past Reagan national toward old town, nothing in else in your way. As of late, 66
Techmeme Ride Home
"voldemort" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Insider trading. Some of the people familiar with the matter, along with industry bankers and other experts told insider, the timing would be advantageous for both parties if they were looking to strike a deal. Roku's valuation had plunged below $13 billion as of the close of trading on Tuesday, making an acquisition easier to swallow than a year ago in Comcast was reportedly eyeing a deal. Netflix is looking to introduce advertising to its service for the first time as it faces increased competition and subscriber losses. Roku has built a robust video advertising platform that generated $647 million in first quarter revenue. That's about 7 times the sales brought in by Roku's hardware business, which makes video streaming boxes and related devices. It makes sense with where Netflix wants to go. A technology investment banker said, and it makes sense in this current environment. Everyone is looking around thinking, I was worth twice as much last year. What happened? One more thing to note, maybe it would be a fit culturally as well, because remember, Roku began life as an internal Netflix skunk works project. Finally, today, one more crumb from WWDC, I wanted to dive into a bit wired. It takes a look at Apple's plan to debut past keys, passwordless login for apps and websites in iOS 16 and macOS Ventura, using touch ID or face ID for authentication because if anyone is going to mainstream this stuff, it's going to be apple with the huge iPhone install base. Quote, for years, we've been promised a more secure password free future, but it seems like 2022 will actually be the year that millions of people start to move away from passwords. At Apple's worldwide developer conference yesterday, the company announced it will launch passwordless login across max, iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs around September of this year. Instead of using passwords, you will be able to log in to websites and apps using pass keys with iOS 16 and macOS Ventura. It's the first major real world shift to password elimination. So how does it work? Pass keys replace your tired old passwords by creating new digital keys using touch ID or face ID,.
Techmeme Ride Home
"voldemort" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"And market making firm virtue financial, as well as venture capital firms, Sequoia Capital and paradigm, according to a source familiar with the plans. Citadel securities is the sister company to hedge fund giant Citadel. The firm's in Citadel securities initial consortium will be joined by additional wealth managers, market makers and other industry leaders that are expected to join the marketplace ahead of launch the source added. This marketplace is intended to create more efficient access to deep pools of liquidity for digital assets. So a group of industry leaders are working closely together to facilitate the safe, clean, compliant, and secure trading of digital assets. The source told coin desk. The current crypto market structure is deficient and inhibits wider adoption from a lot of investors, which is what Citadel securities trading consortium is addressing the source said. It's more of a crypto trading ecosystem or marketplace than in exchange. It's going to take on the exchanges by building a better mousetrap and quote. A second person told coin desk that Citadel securities had been, quote, quietly hiring executives to build out a crypto trading stack, a third source said that the firm is in discussions about a quote, huge amount of systemic internalizing, involving Citadel sister companies. Citadel securities, of course, is helmed by crypto skeptic Ken Griffin, who scuttled constitution Dow's efforts to buy an original copy of America's founding document, though he had earlier said crypto was a jihadist call against the U.S. dollar. His firm has since announced plans to make markets for various cryptocurrencies. Virtue is known to be involved in market making for crypto futures and exchange traded funds in Canada, the firm was also said to be carrying out crypto market making on coinbase and Gemini, the block reported. In January of this year, Sequoia and crypto VC firm paradigm invested $1.15 billion in Citadel. Here's the thing and if I'm wrong about this, smarter folks than me are welcome to correct me, I know it's stock price is down a ton, but one thing that got everybody's attention when coinbase went public was the gobs of easy money. It was making at the time. Turns out, running an exchange or an exchange like thing is a really good business. It's just that running in exchange for traditional stuff like stocks or commodities or whatever is such a regulatory, heavy lift, that it's a headache. Otherwise, more people would do it. But in the crypto world, voila. No regulatory overhang yet. So why not run a crypto exchange and make that easy money, assuming people still want to trade crypto? Makes sense to everyone from PayPal to banks to now, even Ken Griffin. Maybe a similar logic chain explains this move. Salesforce this morning. Announced NFT cloud, a service for buying and selling NFTs available in a closed preview because, you know, when I think of Salesforce, I obviously think of NFTs. As a natural business overlap, right? Quoting TechCrunch. Who knows whether it's fomo or actual customer demand for such a thing, but Salesforce announced today that.
WABE 90.1 FM
"voldemort" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"When a homophobic heckler interrupted a news conference by Voldemort's zelensky in 2019 the least of a particular sporty The president told the man to shut up and leave gay people alone But when zelensky announced wartime conscription some LGBTQ Ukrainians fled the country I knew that if I stay they will obligate me to serve in the military Bourdain Moreau's is a designer from Kyiv whose company actually evacuated him to Berlin before conscription took effect So he wasn't breaking the law by leaving But he still feels conflicted because he believes this war is important for him I believe that Ukraine is a European country that have equal rights for everybody So fighting for freedom now means fighting for LGBT people as well And that's why that drag performer Vlad shast joined the territorial defense And it sounds like it's going pretty well I am a legend in the Ukrainian And you know now I'm dealing with trade et cetera romance And even they don't care now about my configuration because now we are united United in defending their country Lauren friar NPR news in lviv oblast Ukraine Scott Simon is off the show this week but he brings us an important story out of Houston about a group of strangers connected by a lifesaving.
WABE 90.1 FM
"voldemort" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"You will never be a conductor Your muscles have atrophied I was 23 And I said to him Maestro I don't think you understand If you take me as a student I will be the best student you have ever had Conducting is the only thing in life I want to do It wasn't convinced was he Almost I almost had him You know I could see him waver a little bit and then in a voice from above He said no You made a vow didn't you Following a lot of the rejections that you had to face I made a vow that if I were ever in a position of mentoring young people I would never never discourage them I didn't know until this documentary that at least once you came close to calling it quits Well it was pretty discouraging Trying over and over and not being able to get a break And I did think maybe it's the classical music world Maybe it's just too buttoned down for me So I thought oh maybe I'll be a rock and roll musician Scott the important thing to note is that music was always part of my vision for who I would be Maybe it wasn't classical music Maybe it was rock music It ended up being swing music And I started a swing band called string fever That's sort of the story of my life is that you know you come up to an obstacle There are so many ways that you can approach it You know you don't have to always try to go in the front door Let me ask you about your appointment in Baltimore In 2007 first the time you were pointed out of the Voldemort symphony orchestra there were more women heads of G 7 nations And heads of major symphony orchestras That is Scott that is still the case Oh my word Because they've expanded the number of women who were head to G 7 nations Correct And oh my word Well telling There were complaints in Baltimore We see an email in which somebody suggested your appointment somehow would halt The progress the orchestra was making toward excellence And it's very moving and the documentary you say what should have been an unalloyed joy for you into a nightmare Was that simple sexism or what at work I'm sure that sexism played a role but I think a very unconscious role in it This is how I tried to look at it I mean when I could get some perspective on it when I wasn't just completely traumatized I thought to myself wow this is the manifestation of a very dysfunctional group of people or a very dysfunctional organization To me the best cure for this kind of dysfunction was success And you know I mean happily I'm the longest serving music director of the Baltimore symphony So in the end it worked out So it was traumatic but it led to an incredibly deep connection Yeah Well and I found it interesting then towards the end of the film you talk about the art of finding fighting the key to connect with an audience to open up an emotional box Let's listen to what you say.
Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"voldemort" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"When do you realize that not only is your story not your own, but that even being exonerated doesn't give you back your story. That is an ongoing problem that my parents knew was going to be an issue for me coming out. I could not have imagined and anticipated how real that problem was going to be. I was aware that in the courtroom, I was a character because I was given nicknames. I was called luciferin and I was called foxy knoxy. And these were all character names that are being talked about in the courtroom and a person that is not me who is being described to a jury and having words put literally into her mouth, like my prosecutor was like, Amanda probably said, oh, this is what you get for being such a pure and innocent girl. Now we're going to force sex on you. Like literal words being put into my mouth as this character. So I understood that there was a character that I was going to be combating in the courtroom. I did not realize how pervasive that character was going to be and how much of a feedback loop there was between the courtroom and the media and the outside world that really gobbled up this character. It really resonated with people for some reason because it was such an easy character to hate. It was such like a cardboard villain. Disney could not have come up with a better evil person than foxy knoxy. And they have tried. They have tried. And you know what? Maleficent could never. She couldn't. And I find that so interesting because you said I didn't really get a chance to have my 20s and I did and they were a shit show Amanda. I hear that. Disastrous. Yeah, you know, it's interesting. One of the running jokes in my family and also between me and my husband is of all the people in our family and in our friend group to have gone to prison Amanda went to prison. She's, you know, so to be represented as this mythological stereotypical girl gone wild, trying to do everything to get male attention was this incredibly misogynistic fantasy that was projected onto me based on nothing whatsoever. So that was unfortunate. And I'm in conversation with that to this day. It is misogynistic because even a true girl gone wild. This one. It contains multitudes, right? Even a girl who will dance on a bar to pour some sugar on me, who will do a keg stand in a dress. And you know what? Like in your 20s, you're being playful, you're experimenting, you're figuring yourself out as a person. I went to parties too. I don't think I've ever done a keg stand in a dress. But like there's nothing wrong with that and one of the things that I also wanted to point out to the world is like, I could have been a professional dominatrix and it shouldn't have mattered. I could have been a girl gone wild and it shouldn't have mattered because the evidence wasn't there. I didn't have anything to do with this. And so the idea that just by virtue of being associated with deviant sex or being associated with alcohol or partying automatically means that you're the kind of person who would rape and murder your friend is a huge leap and is totally unfair and not realistic and it's just amazing to meet the leaps that we can make about someone's guilt based upon something as divorced from murder as cake stands. Having survived this kind of judgment and prosecution in the public sphere, Amanda is very attuned to the way that it shows up in society. How our knee jerk reaction is to divide each other into neat piles of good and bad wind, mostly we're both. And what built up that reserve of nuance or empathy or whatever you want to call it was prison. Yeah, I mean, there's nothing like playing cards with the drug dealer and cooking together with someone who has murdered their own child to put some things into perspective like mental illness and drug addiction and neglect how many women that I encountered in the prison environment who were products of their prior environment, which was very much an environment of abuse and neglect and poverty and that was all they knew. And so I was in this environment where I was one of the few people who had all of my teeth. I was one of the few people who could read and write. I was one of the few people who actually had family who cared about me. I was one of the few people who knew that the earth was round. Who could tell time on a clock? Like this was how much neglect of large number of the women that I encountered in prison were exposed to. And they were survivalists who had made bad decisions in a bad environment and wound up in prison. And how much of that was their fault versus everyone's fault? Doesn't excuse their crimes but does put them into context. And it does speak to how we should treat them because dealing with these issues head on means not just locking people up and blaming them for their mistakes. But addressing the causes that led to them making bad decisions in the first place. I mean, even when we want to keep ourselves separate, and not just from the suffering of other people, but from the badness of other people or the mistakes of other people, we are so connected. There is nothing that happens in a vacuum. Yeah, I agree. And there's a lot of problems in society that we just have decided collectively that we don't want to deal with. So we're just going to let the police and the prosecutors deal with it. And we've only equipped those police and prosecutors with so many methods for dealing with those issues. And those methods are mostly punitive. So are we in a sense reinforcing our own problems by just being punitive because we're choosing not to understand where they're coming from. And are we then making our own society more unsafe because we're putting a band aid on a festering wound? Is it a question I'm constantly asking myself? Yeah. And probably not a question that you would have been asking, had you not been forced into this immersion of this, right? Yeah. I never would have thought of this. First of all, even just true crime as an idea was not something that was on my radar. Again, Voldemort was the closest I got to true crime. I was not at all involved or interested in that subject matter because I grew up in an environment where I just didn't really have to think about that, like that was what bad people had to think about. And I never had to think about that as I just followed the rules and did my thing and again, the police and the prosecutors would deal with that aspect of society that had nothing to do with me. And I very much became awakened to the reality that we are like you said all interconnected and we're all influencing each other. And to this day, I feel like I'm kind of a bridge between those two worlds. The world that I came from where I was totally oblivious, and I felt like I was totally disconnected..
Ace and TJ
"voldemort" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"This is the acc tj. Show now facing tj. I won't be your much longer. Docker tegel living actually pointed out. It's your wife's you're just in the background. I had just had forgotten to look. And i looked at that. Take that put up the other day. I forgot what it was friday saturday. Six point eight million. Saturday saturday afternoon at six point. Eight million views turkic talk. You're just along for the rat riding her coat tails. I didn't do it for life. I was just bringing back to reality about me if you if you haven't seen it it's on the it's a real on our as and tj instagram. And i don't know it's got eighteen thousand views on that. It's on my ace at large instagram page. But it's just a little fun video. That was completely her idea. I'm wearing a face mask. See my robe on the couch and cleansing mass. Not a cova da white. You know all over my face kinda thing and my hair's kinda just slipped back because that actually finished putting a shelf together in the garage and had a had on my hair was all messed up so we just wet my hair and pushed it all back and you look like you're doing some self care the very self care. Yeah okay so six point eight million views now and climbing but almost twenty five hundred comments and this is why i always tell people stay out of the comments. Don't re read them. Don't bother. Because if i didn't have such a good sense of humor about myself i can have my feelings easily hurt by the comments. We did this monday well. The comments have continued to come in. And i went through them again this morning. Inviting some They're interesting Like this guy that said man grandparents day must be amazing for that to stay. Imagine dating someone who could be your granddaughter. People won't call it that this guy's a peto so enjoy tila much. There's a twenty four year age difference between me and my wife unknown. Oh seven eleven twenty eight said. Don't let him rock to hard account. Do my break a. hey ma'am. There's a corporate on your sofa now. Again i wary. It's a face mask. So i'm not my i'm very fair skin but you can tell at the facemask. Tell me why he looks like jeffrey star dressing up as lord vulnerable and then her comments like oh girl love. Those shorts people make nice comments to her then to other people Is that voldemort voldemort as the number one comment by the way which is never a good thing if you post a picture of voldemort and the top government is it's not good. This is one of my favorites though. Hey love i've been struggling a lot. It would mean a lot to me if you can help me get some things up my baby registry. I would appreciate anything. So i guess some people go in and post in your comments trying to get people to buy stuff off their off their baby. Registries i don't get this one guy. Says he looks like the type of dude to say quote. Stop silly you find that funny rob. I'm trying to picture you. being saying. And this guy says that man is all caps mollified and then a lot of comments like you know. Tell harry baltimore to live and more voldemort comment and This one from this lady that said. Omg it's the kripke. Per i loved that guy show in the nineties and this one i found funny nothing but dust comes out after tickle fights dusty so so women are making those comments to or they just dudes mainly. I can't say all guys but the vast majority of them are guys. Yeah and some of the women are making nice comments like he understood the assignment so cute there you go you know see. I don't know that that's a compliment. That just means he snapped to did what he was supposed to do what she told him. Do she ruled in leave him alone. He's doing when he's supposed to do what she told him to do. Your social security.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Exposing the Villain Behind the Villain of Public Health
"Every story that we tell must have a villain with a chinese corona virus the virus go back and forth between the two who is the villain who is the man that pushed forward the lies and the deception about the origins of this virus. Who is the man. That is the darth vader the voldemort. Who is the man. That is the evil dr the mad scientist or we have a name and we've covered him for quite some time here on this program but he should be a household name. He's done everything he possibly can to try to make himself seem unimportant in unknown to you. He is one of the reasons. Why if you are facing a termination because you're vaccination status. This guy is behind it. He's one of the reasons why we mass mail and voting. He's friends with ouchi. He's friends with gates is the go-between of the entire alliance. Literally of what we are looking for. This man is named peter becic. He's a british zoologist. Let me stop here if you go and you look at kind of wear a lot of these press releases come from and a lot of the people behind kind of when the cia gets involved in dealing with foreign intelligence. The cia has something with zoologists. I don't quite understand it. I don't i don't know why this is that one field of study. It seems there is more agency overlap with zoology than anything else. Maybe we can have some people that have worked in the agency on this program and tell us why back in february of two thousand twenty and we know this because of the declassified vouch emails the medical industrial complex with ouchi and you clause and the entire machine that is the cdc the nih the fda they were scrambling and freaking out when they realized that this mysterious flu and pneumonia coming out of china very well might be tied to gain of function research. That was here in america but there was one man that they all leaned upon someone that was not on. Us government payroll someone that had an extraordinary amount of power someone that knew all the heads of state and knew the people that were in charge of the public health divisions and this man peter dacix was the man who got intimately involved in orchestrating and concocting scheme that the lancet journal of medicine just called the lancet in february of two thousand twenty which quote attacked conspiracy theories suggesting that the virus does not have a natural
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"voldemort" Discussed on TV Literate
"Speech earlier. Where she was like. Lauren and cameron guys couple goals debtor data. Then it was like matt number congratulate you guys are still married somehow. Made it the sun but yeah then barnett. Does his speech nasr next. And it was just like video that he'd made of himself kissing amber and bed every morning. I dunno it was weird. I like it would've been cute. A little extra gifty thing for her or for like their family or whatever like cute but he was just like. It's always an adventure. I like kissing you. Here's a video. Who was just like okay. I mean it didn't just compared. I think compared to cameron's like really heartfelt speech. It just felt a little. I don't know it wasn't great. Willowbrook or bespoke jessica's face during burnett speech. Though was everything for me because she just kept trying to smile but then she would be like i. It was not to watch too. I don't wanna see you just like kissing your sleeping wife over and over again like i'm good. Yeah well and like. I feel like jessica may actually have come through this whole thing with a better something grasp of the whole situation because her with was that he was too young to mature in then. She thought she had something with barnett. Barnett turns out just the same level of immature rate and have to dodge that fucking bullet. Yeah maybe this was like. Oh yeah this definitely was the right thing to have happened like up and to be now. So then damian and gina finally get to face off yet. Geneina says damian was stiff and cold twitter all night and she was pissed about the francesca situation. Obviously but then damian is just making excuses and just telling her that she's being unreasonable but she's definitely not no and it socially because one of his excuses it's been so hard and heavy with you and she's when she's in town. I just like to hang out with.
"voldemort" Discussed on TV Literate
"Extra wedding thing. Hydrogen and. I don't remember but yeah that makes sense. If you're like an over producer of sweat it goes man's just going to die of heat exhaustion. Kid luck the. Yeah but this is also where damian invites francesca to the anniversary party. Which what the fuck was he thinking. What the and. she tried so hard to clarify. She's like as date as a friend and he's like as a date and you're like holy shit. Yeah he says i. He says we'll go as friends and see as the night goes. And it's like no dude. That's not an answer and you need to stop. he's like i just wanna get blackout drunk with you like you like. Francesca's just a party girl and she thinks he's single and yeah. Francesca has her has her flaws for sure. But yet definitely this is definitely on damian like yeah it's clearly seems like later on. We'll see that. She did not know that her him and were still like a actually a thing. Yeah so okay. So here we go. We get into matt or yet barnet's mom and dad And how they love amber more than they love matt which okay but then amber ta as having a talk with matt's mom and they're talking about matt's reluctance to have a kid and this amber says you're never going to have the perfect situation to have kids and i mean that is that is like the i hate it when people say that when they're like clearly not in the place where they need to have kids. It's like yeah. I understand what you're saying like you're never fully prepared to have a kid until you have a kid. That is one hundred percent true but there are a lot of things that a lot of things you can do before the before. You even have a baby that would ensure that to be an easier thing and not even.
"voldemort" Discussed on TV Literate
"Are the worst. Yeah they joke a lot about how they met. Which is reasonable because it would be weird to be like. Yeah we met on a reality where we didn't see each other matt's matt is like oh we met at a glory hole. Hojo hajo okay. I i cannot stand like they act like they're like literal fifteen-year-olds together like all they do is joke about sex. Ed it's like you guys have been together. You've been married for two years now. Like can we move on from these. Like really juvenile sex jokes and like develop personality. No because as we find out in this part matt's family the barnette.
"voldemort" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"Entering the two and they did it just because that boko huge. I think they did it rather okay dragon. Ball z. Fight at some point. I have a very small very small. Gripe with that movie in that the whole point of voldemort being like dead is the fact that his body is there. Yeah and then there's like goes into when in the movie that goes into the book it's look small and tiny and we but also like we have as fucking body goddamn dead this through. It was kinda like when we kill the when seal team six killed A yeah or hitler. Holy never got the hitler body. We never get the hitler bottom line somebody who did at all But yeah so anyway. There have been more bad versions of splitting the final entry into. Yeah i really wish the narrative that that this has been diesel like the executive producer of the series now he. He's the one pushing this narrative in press. I really wish he would go back to saying like these. Are there two more movies not apart one in party to. Because i feel like we're gonna get connell like about the Did you watch the hundred hundred game. Movies now. can't read the first book in like two hours. They split the third book into two movies for no reason in the first book literally. Nothing happens and i don't want to accuse the series where they keep rising the stakes. I don't want accuse them of making a movie are thinking of making a movie. Were nothing happens but you run the risk. I would maybe make the argument. That the the instances where talking about where things are split into multiple have source material. Right if you're not going off the source material why the fuck would you say. It's split into two parts. You could say that all as movies have been part of one arrive in trill one eleven part series eleven and twelve now part one and part two of the finale yet who the fuck cares..