35 Burst results for "W Ho"

Is Michelle Obama Hiding Something From Us?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 sec | Last week

Is Michelle Obama Hiding Something From Us?

"Why is funny that women that don't have abortion are some of the main ones running their mouth? Malia and whatever the other kid named is, Sasha and malia, did you have an abortion with Sasha? No, you didn't. You chose life. You have your legacy. You and Barry got y'all legacy, but you feel bad about women terminating their kids, you did you ever? I want to know Michelle Obama. Did you have an abortion before you had Sasha and malia? Period. That's all I want to know. I just want to know. And if you didn't, why are you out here telling these girls to go get rid of their kids when you didn't do it to yours? Okay. I'm just throwing it out there. I'm throwing it out there. Y'all just listen to the people that are saying this. Maybe AOC had a bunch of abortions. I don't know. She was bartending and probably doing some other stuff. So she may have had a father, I'm not saying she did, so I don't come try to sue me. I'm just giving a skepticism of maybe that's why she's so gung Ho.

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Who Is YouTuber Sydney Watson?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

Who Is YouTuber Sydney Watson?

"Known you for a couple of years, very impressed with what you do. Tell us in a nutshell, just give us the elevator pitch. What do you do and where do you come from? Sydney? Well, people are seemingly unfamiliar with the fact that I am actually Australian despite my bizarre accent. Which I am trying to get back just by the way, I want to sound more like you said than the yanks that are around us. So I'm Australian originally from Australia and YouTube to the United States in 2019 to basically pursue politics because Australians are by and large pretty disinterested in politics and kind of just found myself drawn into. I guess a bunch of drama in the last little while with the situation that you're referring to, which was getting screened out effectively by Jack Murphy, is a real estate his name on the show is here. Oh, I was going to mention it, but I'm so glad that you decided to mention it first because Jack Murphy is an embarrassment to anybody who has testicles. I'm not sure he does anymore, but we will discuss that. So you left the antipodes, you came here to be involved in politics. You wanted to speak like me, which I'm sorry most people think I have a South African accent that really annoys me. But what have you been doing for the last three years? And how have you been surviving COVID and tell people about what you do? Because your comment, you are like the long form version as far as I'm concerned, of libs of TikTok and you're not anonymous. Your brave woman who has these amazing films where you react to the insanity of the left. Am I misrepresenting you? Tell us, tell us your mission. We've got 3 million listeners plus the viewers. What is Sydney Watson about? Well, that is a fantastic question. I guess growing up in by and large of penal colony kind of made me realize that freedom is really important. And I actually have my bum to thank for that viewpoint because she's from Ohio originally and she is just this badass gung Ho woman that really, really cares about preserving what we have in the west and I think that's a lesson. And so growing up in that environment, of course, I was like, well, I hate people. So what is the easiest thing that I can do that revolves not really revolves around not really interacting with them too much in journalism kind of came to the forefront.

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"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:27 min | Last month

"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"You know what I mean? It's the shit storms that generates. But what's nice about the videos too, I'll get some comments saying like, no, that's wrong. Also defending me. It's not all. It's not all shitty comments. Right, exactly. Well, like I said, I mean, the people who actually work in the ERs are enormous fans of yours because they know what the reality is. Yeah, no, they love the videos. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah, there's no doubt in my mind. And to be to be glib or funny. Again, we've lost track of being funny, right? You're not allowed to be funny, but serious things. Like you and I discussed earlier, trust me, as soon as we walk out of the room, we're certainly when we're in the break room. Right? You know, you know, keep it, keep it contained. My favorite people probably don't appreciate this, but it just gives you an example that kind of humor that we use. I had a partner, another physician, we're running this drug treatment program. And he admitted this guy that was just done terrible things. It was way out on drugs, but he'd also been presenting himself as a treatment professional and all this kind of stuff. So really, and we go, what's the deal? How he goes, well, here's his history. He was lying, obfuscating, bullshitting, lying, lying, lying, bullshitting obfuscating, full of shit, and that's his history. I was like, that's so funny. Yeah, that's pretty much what he did. His lying bullshitting obfuscating it. That's what he did for 5 years. And just doing drugs, that's his history. So that's the kind of jokes we tell each other. And they are scatological, but when you're charting it, that's not what you're saying. History of what happened. But I would say in the ER, the main sources of humor are stool and sexual. Yeah. A rectum is sexually at least sexual or it's horrible. And we would never say this to the patient's face. But we also make fun of a lot of, oh God, I'm getting in trouble. Patients who are writhing in sometimes it's like everybody's pain levels different, right? Let me just say that. But sometimes you're clearly overreacting here. Sir, I think maybe. Well, people that are being dramatic about anything, you'll be walking out of the room and you're just like, oh gosh. Come on, man. You'll be you'll be appropriately compassionate to the patient. But I've also gotten it wrong sometimes, right? It's also like, all right, well, I really that much pain that turns to be kidney stone, which could be very painful. Or it's like, oh, you have a headache. You're going to be fine. And then they have a brain bleed. That also happens. That is something for us. On the caretaking side is we have to be extremely careful not to be hubristic. Or burned out. Yeah. Because the ER especially. Right. Because the ten headaches you saw before the intracranial hemorrhage burned you out to be thoughtful and responsive and thinking about it because really one of the most dangerous things is to be dismissive of a patient. In fact, even if it's somebody you've seen multiple times for so many behaviors, that's the most dangerous. So you have to really focus and go, okay, could this be this time? Something real and think it through very, very careful. But that's why you have a team also. Who can let you know like, hey, listen, I don't think this is the same thing as last time. Well, and I would argue also that the team part is team cohesion is humor is part of the team cohesive process is how you build your team together. That you walk out and you share jokes and you share comradeship and share in the strength. And the team's different all the time, especially big ER, right? But the teams are really important. Really important, really important. So hopefully you can get it together because like three days a week, physicians and physicians have sometimes a work day, sometimes they're ignites, so you're not usually getting the same guy. Or a girl. And the ER is unique that way. It's its own specific kind of culture that way. I mean, most team building in other areas of medicines are stable teams. You build them over time and that's the team. And that's who's treating the patient. In the ER, the team is always changing the team members are always changing. But because it attracts a certain kind of person, they understand that and they're good at that. And that's why they're all very social and funny. And I love the people who are in the ER. Favorite type of people. Have you spent time up in the ICU? No. Very similar. Very similar. Very similar. Oh yeah, because you have to like, often times they go back and forth. They'll work up there and then they work down here. At least the nursing side is very similar. And social services very similar to. Oh my God, yes. We had a one social worker who was, she was so outrageous with some of her jokes sometimes, but you know what, it came down to it. She could be very, because she has to deal with the suicidal patients. You have to be kind. But at the same time, it's like, you know, the truth say things like, are you really gonna do that? She's not really thinking that. She's just wants to be funny. Yeah, and letting off a little scoop. Like a 12 hour shift, exactly. Yeah, I had a social worker. One of my favorite social worker comments was guy worked with for years. And I forget another homeless drug addict in the ER. And I was trying to get him into some kind of treatment. And this guy was poppy says to me. He goes, he goes, drew. People that are into drugs aren't into insurance. I thought, oh, that is so true. So true. Because people are into drugs are not into insurance, because I was like, what do we got resource wise for this guy? He's like, obviously not insurance. So people are drugs are nice. That's pretty much true. Well, listen, it's a privilege to talk to you. I hope this motivates you to go do some more damage or whatever it is however you see what it is you're doing. Anywhere else you want to find people other than your videos are people to find you other than the videos? No, that's it. I'm already doing any stand up anywhere. We're going to talk about the website. Real quick. Yeah, tell me about the website. The motherfucker website. Dot com. Just feel like that needs a little explanation. Got a touchdown on all my videos in the beginning..

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"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:58 min | Last month

"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"I really want to go for it. All right, here's what I want to go. Here's what I want to go for, which is, wait a minute, Steve, oh, wrong. I got in trouble for the pelvic exams video too. What happened in that? I just made fun of pelvic exams. Tell me what you said. We could watch it. We should watch it. Can we play it? Yeah, if you give me a minute here. All right, good, let's do it. This is good. So in the meantime, let's talk about homeless. So you saw lots of homelessness. Oh my God. Maybe that's something else that people don't understand about the ER. Half the patients are floor patients, the other half are homeless patients. Right. And we're taking care of the freaking homeless patients. And what are your thoughts on what's going on there with homeless? Oh God, I don't know how to fix it, man. The just give them a house. Just get in the room. That'll take care of it. All those people, all those just don't be homeless. All those psychotic drug addicts that you're dealing with in the ER and the schizophrenics that just give me a room. No, that's not going to. The ER is like, we are the butt of health of the healthcare system. If you can't figure it out, they just go to the ER and nobody can figure out what's going on with the homeless population. So we're taking care of them. Giving them giving them food, giving them shelter, giving them meds. I saw the LA mayoral debate this weekend and they asked about that and four of the 5 candidates insisted there just wasn't enough housing. Jesus. What do you think? Just get more housing. They'll take care of it. I mean, I don't know. You know, it's not an easy job, and nobody just nobody wants to deal with it. So look, I deal with drugs for 30 years. I know exactly how to deal with it. The problem is people don't know how to deal with it. They don't understand what they're dealing with. They haven't consulted with anybody like me. Like, what should we do? I know exactly what to do. It's not a problem. What would you do? I would create residential step down facilities with a lot of vocational rehab at the end. It would all be community based 12 step, organized around these community resources for treating drug addiction, medical management upfront, residential care, long-term, step them through it, get them out, get them work, get them going. It works. Treatment works. That sounds like a fantastic one. I think they don't believe it can. It's called the Trieste model. How much would it cost a lot of money to do? Not more than their spending now. The problem would actually be finding a professionals to do it because you need well skilled people that understand how to do that. And almost no physicians do. And very few psychologists really do. If you want to, it's hard work. It's a hard work. You have to, people have been letting them die of their drug addiction. You have to stand against that. If you have to have a unified team. I had to do CPR on a dead homeless guy on fentanyl a couple months ago. I was taking a walk in downtown LA and the guy was like clenched with the pipe in his hand and like, dude, all the time. And by the way, now we're going to start to see the meth deaths. And the meth death, how many math patients did you see in the year? Ridiculous. And so meth is funny in that all of a sudden they start dying. The causes of death are very protean. It's not like one thing. It's not like a fantasy stop breathing. It's a lot of things. And you stay on meth long enough and all of a sudden, about 5, 7 years down the road. They just start dying. That's what we're going to see now. Now they've got that P2P stuff out there. All right, let's see your pelvic exam video. Tips from the ER. Pelvic exams. Ladies. You got a lot going on downstairs. It's not uncommon for you to come to the ER for an emergency, pelvic exam. Whether it's for unusual pain, abnormal bleeding, or your leaking something funky because your new partner has an STD and they didn't tell you about it. That lying slut faced son of a bitch. First thing we're gonna do, strip you down to a hospital gown and get you onto one of our special gyn beds. That's the bed with the two feet holders to keep your knees up and out of the way. We need a clear shot of the whole motherfuckers. The doctor would then feel around, check it inside, outside, and stick a speculum into you to keep the open long enough for a quick swab. There's usually a third person in the room to chaperone the exam. This is for the benefit of both parties, just in case the patient is crazy and says the doctor tickled them somewhere. They didn't want to be tickled. Or in case the doctor's crazy and tickles the patient somewhere, they didn't want to be tickled. That's right. We'll never know when this is a witness in the room to tell the judge they both tickled each other. And liked it. So that's great. What's wrong with that? Why are you in trouble? It's perfect. So the biggest thing they said was that a lot of what people think is that a lot of girls who come into the ER for pelvic exam. This is because of rape and sexual assault. Which is not true. That's a forensic exam. That's not a pelvic example. Yeah, so it's includes a pelvic exam. But that's what people thought. Girls come to the ER for and they said that you shouldn't be making fun of patients who just got sexually assaulted. And I'm like, listen, mock them. It looks like they know. You know what I mean? You guys work in the ER? Yeah. Why do you have an opinion? Why do we have to listen to you? Tell you. Why? You don't work in the ER. Steve works in the ER. Why do you have to listen to these assholes? They come in for public exams for all sorts of reasons. Sometimes just for pain. Sometimes often for pain. Let's put them in order. Discharge pain bleeding. Pain is probably number one. Yeah, I mean, so it's pain. Bleeding then discharge, I'd say, right? Something like that. Yeah. It's definitely not always for freaking. No, when they come in for rape, it's a forensic exam. That's a different category in my head. And I want to say that in our ER, if you come in and you say, that's why we don't even take it to the ER. We take you to the rape treatment center. Right, it's a separate thing. Right across the wall. We don't even take care of you. Yeah. I just think you should another video saying it just attention assholes. Here's what we do with actual, here's what we do with rape patients. And you assholes that don't work in the ER and shouldn't be fucking saying anything about what I do. But man, that video was reposted to so many well, you know, in the current algorithms, maybe Elon Musk will do something about this. But if you're not in a shitstorm, nothing happened..

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"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:20 min | Last month

"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"It's the same thing. Shanghai will on same thing. How's it look, guys? You want to emulate? I don't think screaming from their buildings. It's really bad. But whatever. It's all based on a fallacious idea of zero COVID. And that was or that you could really change with the virus does. You can change the time course, but you can't change what it does. Were you frightened at any point? Frightening point, no. Okay, me neither. Yeah. And so this is the part that and why weren't you frightening? Because I was in there. That was doing it. It just didn't seem like. It was not that big a deal. It didn't seem like as big a deal as everyone was making it. But compared to all the other shit that could happen. Yeah. But you can also can't just say like, it's no big deal. No, it's not. Right. 'cause it was a big deal. It was a big deal. It was serious. A lot of people died. It's not that it was that serious. But I agree that the message was not conveyed correctly. This is a big deal, but we got this if we do X, Y, and Z exactly. Panic never makes it better. And they were just invested in panic. Yes. Because, you know, it's clickbait, right? Well, I agree with you that there was a commercial enterprise behind it. News. And social media. And these people definitely was. Please do more videos on this. Please, because that's the perspective you have in the trenches that is legitimate that can't be a sale. You're kind of allowed to look out and go, hey, we didn't need to do all that. Let's not do that again. And here's the craziness I saw the camera and the guy from China with the cameras. And now you're going to start to see the mental health stuff, which I'm sure you're already seeing. Do you remember you can get COVID from touching the gas station handles? I was just like, I do remember that. I was scared people. I remember me taking out a paper towel. And I was at the least bit scared. I had a 6 month old when it broke. And there was a time where I was to put on all new clothes, mask gloves, all this nonsense, go to the grocery store, do a whole run, come out, leave it in the garage, go in and shower, then everyone would get out the wipes and we'd wipe down all the yeah. My sister was leaving groceries outside of our two days. For two days, the COVID air off of it. Yeah. This is how I knew it was. When I was working at the ER and COVID was at its height and it was bad. And remember, we had to put on all these gown, the PPE and stuff. It got to the point where it's just like, listen, put on the mask, get the gloves on. Put in a well fitting mask and go in there. And did you make the patient's mask? Yeah, we did. Because that doesn't add very much. Did they have an N95 or a cloth mask? No, they had a cloth pass. Nothing. This is zero, right? That added zero. But the N95 is the right thing. I mean, think about we go in and before COVID, when you went and infected room, you wore a mask. You didn't mass the patient. Because it doesn't do anything. Not that 95, yeah. You'd wear the N95. But also at the time, there was also the scare of we're running out of 95. Yeah, I remember that. Which I think it might have happened in New York, but it never happened with us. That's right. So all right, so I want to get another quick topic here. I'm going to look for those videos. In fact, I signed up to your TikTok, your Instagram or both. Both. Both. I will say by the way, I got to give you a little bit of a compliment. I became aware of you during COVID and it was during a time where there was not a lot of comedy. I mean, I work in comedy. So I know where to find it, but it wasn't a lot of funny out there. And if it was, it was just kind of completely ignoring everything going on in the world, whereas you were kind of giving some information, being funny, it was refreshing. It was really nice. Thank you. Thank you, Steven. I have Steve IOE, STE, VE, IOE. I have a whole, I have a whole Instagram page of just the tips from the ER, which is tips from the ER. There you are, follow. Okay. And by the way, one of my best Friends wives is an ER nurse as well and she is obsessed with you. She thinks you're a fantastic. You're hitting the industry at least. Yeah, and because you speak the truth and it's not like the truth is controversial in the ERs. Everyone knows everyone knows the same thing. Yeah. Yeah, I want to say probably got a little lucky because of COVID too because everyone was looking for any updates at all. And I was willing to give them the updates. Wait, so I just signed up to the TikTok. Where else do I go to Instagram? Yeah, it's the same username. Instagram. Could you do this after the.

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"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:49 min | Last month

"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Hard to keep the sort of your finger in the air and try to figure out what direction to go and whether to keep going or not. It's not the average person that keeps going, I guess. I guess we're different. And at the time, everyone just kept telling me you have to put out an apology video. You have to apologize to these people. I'm like, why? Well, you're teaching me something now because I'm realizing that apologizing to the mob is a terrible idea. It's a terrible idea. Oh my God, and I don't mind apologizing. Where I'm wrong, I'll quickly apologize. I'm fine with that. But it's not good with the mob. No, it's not. Some of my closest friends and family were like, 'cause they saw what was happening. They saw how it was affecting me. Maybe you should apologize. Like, get these people off your back. I'm like, I don't think they're gonna get off my back. I think if I apologize, they're gonna blast that video and be like, see, he was wrong. Right, right. How long did that shit storm last? A couple months. It was only a couple months. Yeah, they only couple because I drowned it out. When it happened, I got sad and then I got mad and then instead of doing one video a day, I started doing three videos a day. So I just kind of drowned that video out. Good. And just more videos. I know exactly what you're saying. So my own story, I'm going to finish it because there's a coda, which is when I was a third year resident, same guy that had screamed at me, seemed to have no recollection of that day, and that experience, and that's an experience I will never forget. Still looking for my retribution. I talk about it now as my main retribution. And he came up to me in the hall and he goes, because now it became the thing to talk about aids. That was the thing. We had an imperative. We had to talk about it. He came up to me and goes, hey, that radio show you were doing. You still doing that? And I go, I thought, oh, fuck here it comes. I go, yeah. And he goes, how about I just take it over now? I think it's time for a time for me to do it. And I was like, you fucking fuck fucking asshole. Who the fuck? I was like, fuck you. As if it just wouldn't offend you, just ask it like that. Not only offend me that of course it should be his vehicle. I'm this resident. Why would they want me to talk? Yeah, let's get a professional on it. Right. And part of the and this is the part that you'll find interesting. Within the profession, no understanding of that it takes a certain amount of skill to produce something that reaches. I mean, you have a skill, you're a comedian, you know how to do these videos. You understand what you're doing, you're delivering this thing. Your fund of knowledge is probably equivalent, if not maybe slightly behind your skill at delivering the information. And that's what's needed. Is the ability to deliver in such way that people hear it and find it. And you don't need the head of the ER to do that job. To have a higher level than your skill of delivery, unnecessary. In fact, inevitably screws things up. That's what I was going to say. They're probably going to screw it up. Tell me how. And I'll tell you what I've seen. Because the way I've been my videos are very somewhat argue cras and very aggressive in your face. But I believe that that is what works. And if they took it over, they would take out the cursing. They would take out the dirty jokes, which is not which, and then they're going to turn into not that all ted-talks are born, but they turn into a TED Talk. It would be worse than TikTok, because we are trained that you have to discuss all angles, all aspects. So they'd be quoting literature and saying, in this, consider that. It's like, people don't need that. No, people did that. They sit down at a consult with you, they need that. And if you're talking to a group of physicians, you are trying to bring their fund of knowledge up. They need that. The public needs these basic kinds of messaging that it doesn't require all that. Yeah, and if you're trying to get to them, do whatever you can to get the information to them. Exactly. Exactly. Exactly. And don't you agree that during COVID, that's where we failed the most. Messaging. Yeah. Yeah. Changing health behavior or messaging. Oh my God, yeah, it was flip up and back and forth that was driving it. It was driving some of us crazy with the mask and the no mask and what to do and how long to stay home and everybody in the hospital was just like, listen, just shut it down. Shut it down, make sure people understand that. And don't be so wishy washy about it. We're getting fucked. Yes. Yeah. And the messaging was authoritarian and weird and confusing and changing in the winds. And of course, people didn't resist like crazy for that. Yeah, well, because I don't know, I'm not a very political person, I don't ever talk about it, but it felt like it was because we had two different groups of people trying to say which one was better. And it kind of neither. Yeah, neither, but it caused a cause like, it caused people to take sides. Correct, right? And now if I'm on this side, no matter what you say, you're wrong. Yeah, right? Or if you have an opinion that's associated with one side, you're that person. You're that person. You're a trumper. You're a woke person. You're whatever. You're too liberal. Or too conservative. That's just disgusting. Disgusting. And I wanted to apology from everyone that participated in that. Please do a video about it. I'll amplify it everywhere I can. Because that part, I know, you shudder because I'm gonna take shit for that. But it's time for us to look at ourselves, really. If we don't look at ourselves, we'll do this all again sometime, or maybe immediately. Because people don't, I think, appreciate how messed up it was. I saw a fun headline last night that there's now two new sub variants out of South Africa and I'm sure whatever source I was looking at is leaning in one way, but they were talking about how it's going to spread much more quickly and it's just like, yeah. It is spread more quickly. But you're going to get a cough and a runny nose, more likely than not. But this headline was not trying to convict. Of course not. It's always like into the world of the world. I started cataloging tweets and things that predict that. And I'm going to bring them all out in a couple of months and just go apologize. I'm going to apologize. Yeah, oh my God, yeah, every headline was trying to scare the fuck out of people. If they should be disgusting, that's the part I'm talking about that was such so off base. It's really please make some videos that address it. Please. The New York Times editorial board was directing infectious disease response. That's a certain kind of insanity. These are words that they didn't know how to pronounce a week earlier. And their dictating what we should be doing. And then basing their opinion off what the Chinese Communist Party did at Wuhan. And so that was the right thing. How's that look in Shanghai now?.

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"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:55 min | Last month

"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"To me that you had this experience because I had the same experience when I was a resident doing radio. Yeah, somebody's a love line, right? Yeah, it's a very different time and a very different sort of reach. But there were some newspaper articles about what I was doing in the hospital freaked the fuck out. And actually, I think it was an intern at the time. And it was one night a week for a couple hours, and I was just trying to educate about HIV and aids and things. But we were talking about the stuff that we talked about in loveline. I learned from that experience that you should never question the instincts of a young person. Like if your instinct was to go keep doing these videos, I'm all ears. It wouldn't be my instinct, but that's because I'm old. And I do not question instincts of young people. If they think it's the right thing to do. And it makes me uncomfortable or I worry about it. I don't understand it. That's me. That's not you guys, you guys have a different perspective. And back then, my perspective was Jesus Christ, I'm 25 years old, and I'm talking to 19 year olds in the radio. I understand the impact of radio. They're calling it every night anyway. And there's Yahoo's in there answering these questions. They've never heard of aids. They don't no one's talking to them about it. They talked about it and to answer their questions. No big deal. It's what they're doing anyway. Well, what they're doing anyway was big news to the public. The sexual revolution was perpetrated during the 70s without any contemplation that adolescents and young adults would participate in that. I mean, that's how fucked up everybody was. Yeah. Of course, you have the lessons were the most likely to pick it up and go with it. And like I said, I was 24 years old. How old do you know? 32 now. But you started this at I was like, probably two years ago. But anyway, you're young and you see it, you see it. You know what's going on. You know people receive these things. In any event, I was roundly part of my history as the director of my program came in there and just screamed at me. It's much like you're meeting. This was that meeting. It was a newspaper article spread out in the desk and he was standing up and sitting down and hounding his fist and spitting across the table. I mean, what's wrong with you? Are you trying to give up this career? Yeah, what's wrong? Sacrificing all the hard work that you would. It's so funny that you had that. So a week later, this guy that had screamed at me ran into me in the cafeteria and he goes, he goes, come over here, I got to tell you something. I can what? I'm freaking out again. And he goes, look, I just don't want you to ruin your career. This will ruin your career. Do you understand your work so hard? This is going to ruin everything. Do not take career advice from old fox. Just don't do it. Particularly in administrative positions. Yes. Because they're highly conservative, they're highly paranoid. They are narcissistic, typically, and they're only worried about their own ass. They're really not worried about you. They're worried about what you reflect on them. Yeah, they want you to stay in line. Yeah. It's easier for them if you stay in line and don't do anything crazy. And to be fair, the medical system is kind of a military system, right? Nursing and doctors all militaristic. So when somebody in that military system pokes out stands out from it, there's an immediate pushing down on it. And so there's that sort of already in the system that doesn't mean you should cave to it. It's just in the system. But these guys, the administrative level, those are the business people, really. They're worried about their job they're worried about their bottom line. That kind of thing. So anyway, so what happened? So I stopped. I stopped. You did stop. This was 1980 5. And I just thought, and here was the interesting thing. I thought to myself, what's wrong with me? Why do I still have these thoughts on this day? Why don't I guess I have bad judgment? Something's wrong with my thing. Okay, so I stopped for about four months. In that four month time, Anthony Fauci got out there and was really saying, we have to have a public health thing, all doctors have to start educating. Everyone needs to talk about this thing. Talk about sexuality and sexual behaviors. It became this thing overnight that we were supposed to do exactly what I was doing. I'm sure you love that. Well, I was pissed. And so I kind of snuck back on, okay? And I just started doing it again. I just was in the lo and behold, I stayed out of the press and that kind of stuff. I just thought it was the right thing to do. Not paid, I was not paid for it, it was a community service for as I was concerned. I just thought it was interesting and fun. It was the right thing to do. It's interesting you said that at the time, you felt bad about yourself like, what am I doing this? Because I don't know why am I doing it? What's wrong with me? Why would I think this is the right thing? I think it's the right thing. And that's what happened to me too. When people are coming at me in the comments being like, you're a horrible person. And they started saying things like, they weren't just attacking me anymore. They're like, oh, it's because his mom didn't raise him right. It's because he didn't have the right Friends because all these other things. And you start feeling bad about yourself. You doubt yourself..

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05:05 min | Last month

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"Prepared against COVID. Because then they'll go, well, I'm going to get COVID anyway. We're fucking different. It was more like body aches, a headache. Right. That's more usual thing. Yeah. So you actually taught improv to inmates at a level four prison. Yeah. What's wrong with you? That was a really fun job. Yeah, so I did a lot of improv, you were by yourself. Was it improv team? No, it was definitely a team that wasn't by myself. Okay. What were the team? I took an improv class. I was in a conservatory for acting after a college conservatory. Yeah, so we did a conservative side and I was in urban proved class. It's another improv class. I was asked to be a TA and then one of my friends who was in there was like, it goes, hey, I have this child where I go into prisons and teach improv. You'd be great. Awesome. Yeah, then I do it. And yeah, so there was usually a team of four of us. We'd go in and the guys and the girls were so excited to learn improv. They loved it. Because it was just like a class to them. They also get like, you know, I think they get points or something towards food or something, or it's someone helps them get less time in the future. Oh, wow. I forget. And the males and females together? No, no, no, no, no. That's why they wanted to do it. Female prison. Male prison. Yeah, yeah. Oh, how fun. Any surprises there? Some of them are really good. Some of the really good improv. And a lot of them were just, they were so they were so nice. And you talked to them and say, how did you get here? And you have ten years. It's like, oh, back when I was like 14, I was in a gang and they made me shoot somebody. That sucks. You know? And some people are like, and some people actually, you know exactly why you're in there. You're like, oh yeah, you're crazy. Yeah. You'd probably kill somebody. Right, you could tell. And what are you looking forward to now? What's ahead? Let me ask this. Some of the notes I have says that you break down complicated medical problems in your videos. Have you seen the videos? I have not seen the video. I think I saw the one with the vaccine. I think I saw that one. But I've not seen so tell me more what you do in terms of breaking stuff down. I mean, let's see if I can give you an example. It's breaking down, but also explaining exactly what happens in the ER. Like, for example, another video that kind of got me in trouble was. Thoughts of hurting yourself. You have thoughts of her to yourself. I go very exactly what happens when you come into the ER. We take your stuff away, but you want to gown, Butch and a bed and a quarter, get somebody to stay and watch you the entire time. If you need to go to the bathroom, they're probably going to stick with you. Not let you lock the door. So I can tell you exactly what happens, but ultimately we're going to get you a social worker in the talk to you and bring down the doctor to talk to you. Depending on how bad it is, they'll get you a spot in the facility and we'll transfer you in there. I'm not going to lie. It might take like a few days in the ER because it's very hard to get a spot. So, you know, try to really break it down. In trouble. A lot of because the tone of voice I do it in makes it seem like I'm making fun of it. I see, I see. And who gets you in trouble? You are administrator. No, the people who are commenting on it and reposting it and being like, this is not how you should treat patients who have thoughts of hurting yourself. I see. So it's just you actually employer isn't doesn't concerned about it. That was a whole other thing. That was like. So you have a the mob, the mob comes after you. How do you deal with that? Ignore it. Okay. And then you've got, don't you worry, it's going to affect your employee, that your hospital administrator is going to see it in free count. They did. I don't work for them anymore, but there was a whole thing where when it started happening, they would call me into their office and be like, hey, you got to start making these videos. I'm like, why? Because it's a bad representation of us. They somehow found out where I worked. They started emailing my managers and HR that, hey, this guy is very disrespectful to patients, and because of that, we're never coming to your hospital. And I was working at a hospital where they cared a lot about their image and learned lots of fuck with them. There was a video that came in through my DMs. Of a lady emailing HR of my hospital, saying like this is a horrible person, blah blah blah give me this whole long email, giving me the middle finger on the screen recording and then hitting send. Did it scare you? Do you concerned about it? It did a little. Yeah. It definitely did. But I felt like something else was really amazing was happening, where I just stay focused, keep making the videos, and this is your chance. This is kind of what you've been looking for..

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05:34 min | Last month

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"Probability event. Zero. Absolutely not. What is wrong with the human being that everyone that stuffs a foreign body in their vagina up their ass? Things they're going to get by with, I sat on it. I sat in it. I slipped on it. A lot of slipping, falling. I was trying to scratch myself. I don't know. I was like, what are you talking about, man? We know exactly how it got there. It's so good. It literally everyone that's worked in an ER has that within two weeks. And people need to understand that. That's kind of the human being. Yeah, that's the human condition. I'm like, okay, this story is going to be very specific. I wasn't here for this, but I had dinner with some of my old coworker because recently. And she said that it's so specific. There's no way they would not think it's them. Yeah. But there was like, I guess a 14 year old kid. Who was brought in by his mom and the mom goes. Look, this is my son, and he's been getting candles. Stuck up his rectum. So this kid would buy candles, melt it, form it into a dildo. Oh. And then stick it up. Very creative. And it's not the first time. He's got one stuck up there. And so the doctor has to have a sit down with the mom and be like, listen, your kid's not gonna stop doing this. You need to buy him a proper dildo. Fantastic. But he probably would get that shit stuck up there too, 'cause a lot of that comes in. Because it's actual dildos? Yeah. Oh yeah, I've seen a lot of that. But now the companies are sort of adjusted to that by putting a big stopper on one end. Like a base. And that's what he would say. You have to get one with a good. I want to make sure he included that. Yeah, no, it's a flange. He called it. You got to give it with a fillet. You know, he probably sat through a lecture and ER doctor lecture about this. Advise these patients to get a full edge. You gotta get it? Oh my God, that's so funny. It's fantastic. Any other to the extent that you can without violating HIPAA Horace tales from the ER that you can share or might want to share, I don't know. I mean, another interesting one was we found a lady with a phone charger upper cooch. Yeah. But I always think immediately, criminal behavior. Like she's going into prison or something. You know what I mean? She's going to go try to take something into the prison. That's what that is. Yeah, no, I think this lady was homeless. Yeah. So I'm not sure what to deal with, but. Well, there was a lot of storage of drugs in vaginas out on the streets. A lot. Way more than people know. I didn't know it either. That's something I didn't know. But I walked Skid Row with a homeless guy that's now nurse manager. Director. And he was homeless in a criminal and drug addict, blah blah blah. And he was there. He goes, hey, look at this lady. I go, yeah, why? He goes, she's got the goods. I go, how do you know that? He goes, she has meth in her vagina. I'm like, what points I looking at her? How do you know that? And he goes, I know because that guy's the spot or this guy's making the deals. I watched him come to her, that's what is going on here. And I was like, wow, you have to live it to really understand it. Yeah. And there was a line. I missed the line. There was a line to buy meth from out of this. How much meth could she fit up there? Well, interesting, right? Yeah. Jesus. That's why. Yeah, people. It's why there are cavity searches when people go to prisons and stuff. It's just a routine thing. So here you are working at ER and how did the video start happening? Oh man. I mean, the pandemic happened. And you know, so I was doing a lot of, I had a sketch show, I was doing comedy. So you really already comedy was your thing. It wasn't my thing. I think I was about a year in. But you were drawn to it. I was doing it. I was acting a lot. I did a lot of theater, and I was in a sketch show. So I had a lot of art outlets. Artistic outlets. And when COVID happened, that all shut down. Oh, interesting. All shut down. I had nothing. I was going crazy and we're dealing with COVID and people were coming in acting ridiculous, right? Because at the time, nobody knew what COVID was, it was either they thought it might have been radioactive. They thought it was like super 5G it was like weird stuff. It was a mystery to everybody, so people are, I mean, someone came in and was like, hey, I bought this camera from China. I think I have COVID. And I was like, dude, stop. Get out of the ER. Oh, because just because he touched it. Just 'cause he touched it. And then we had people coming in and asking like, hey, do you keep the COVID patients in this building? Are they in another building? I'm like, no, they're here. They're in this building, right? They're asking those types of questions where it's just like, no. Yeah. And so what did you think of all the COVID as it was getting going? And people's response to it and the government's response to it. I'm not going to lie. I thought when it first happened, I was like, this is not real. This is going to pass. And then I think it got real for me when Tom Hanks got COVID. And then, ah, I believe everyone was trying to do their best. But it was terrible. It was terrible. Yeah, we didn't do a good job at all. Yeah. It was horrible, you know? What were the horrors that were the excesses that you saw? Because we could have done it totally differently than we did. I mean, it was like so long ago I forgot. I doubt it. Oh my God. Did you get COVID? I got COVID last month, but omicron. Yeah. So no big deal is your booster. Yeah. I was boosted, but when I was working that, I didn't get COVID. I got the shot right away..

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05:49 min | Last month

"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"I was working at Stanford. I went to school at UC Santa Cruz. Okay, got it. And I worked at Stanford. That was the ER. Okay, Stanford here. What did you study at Santa Cruz? I studied human biology and health sciences. And what was the plan? The plan was to go to medical school. And what happened? Well, you know, didn't get in. Did you get in? No, but. You would get in if you kept at it, kept at it. Yeah. Maybe I have fought very hard. For some of my Asian friends to get into medical school, you have a wind in your face. But you will get in if you have even moderately the smarts. It's really, I think people will be shocked. If they knew what was going on. I think it was one, I think I was trying to get in, but more so than anything. I'm not sure if I ever wanted to go. Oh, well then it's because your parents wanted you guys. Yeah, I think it was there was something else there that might be answered pushing before. I didn't do it. So you went all the way through organic chemistry and everything. Yeah, I did everything. Pecan. Which one is that? Physical chemistry, particle physics. You need that stuff. No, I think the highest we had to do was get a chemistry. Yeah. How did you find all that? I mean, brutal. Brutal, yeah, I was like, the only reason I did it, one of the reasons I was like, oh, this might work was because my freshman year of college, I took one chemistry class, got an a and I was like, oh my God, I could do science. So I just went all the way, but organic chemistry is yeah. It's brutal. It's brutal. You have to memorize so much. Well, the memorization is one part, but the application is really the hard part. I was at chemistry professors, I would say. I don't care what you know. I don't care. I want to know what you don't know. I'm going to jam on you until you break. I'm going to find where that point is. That's what determines it. Organic chemistry is something you needed a pretty wild imagination. To picture those, those molecules and that 3D when I had the organic chemistry, there was a lot of IDing those molecules with infrared and forgetting what they call was NMR back then. It was nuclear manic residents. Is that that kind of stuff still? I mean, I'm actually ten years ago. I'm old, man. All right, fair enough. So how did you find my peers working in the ER physicians? I'm going to get you a more trouble. Oh my God. They all think they have everything under control at all times. Here's an example. During COVID, things were getting pretty bad. I think we had one physician, it was an overnight shift. We had one physician, we were getting overrun. He clearly could not keep up and the nurses kept saying like, hey, we need to call in another doctor, right? We've got to call into the doctor. No, no, no, it's fine. I got it. I don't think you do. So we called into the doctor. And we said, hey, doctor Sonos, so we called in this other doctor. And he picked up the phone called and paid no, I got it. You could stay home. And that's kind of like, they always believe they have everything under control, which they probably do, but I don't think what they understand is that. We also need, you know, the things that pick up and keep moving too, 'cause that stuff that we're trying to do as an ER tech. As an ER team example, if the waiting room is overrun, and I'm out there and I'm trying to keep the peace. But we're moving nothing on the inside, because you know it's going to be hours and hours. Yeah, you know, 'cause you still got to stitch this guy, you still got to look at the extra for this guy. You said I put the bones back to this guy. So why don't we get another doctor in here and try to help move things along? I guarantee you they get penalized for that. Financially, yeah. I guarantee. That's another thing too. And not just financially, but they also there's a weird wartime kind of ethos, your hate pussy, why couldn't you handle this? There's a lot of that amongst the doctors. Yeah. So I mean, I get it, but at the same time, it's like, come on, man. I know there's patients in trouble. Is there any you can't work in an ER more than a couple of weeks? And well, first of all, in not seeing somebody something in somebody's rectum. First of all, that's first and foremost. Yes. You can't have been there more than two weeks. Yeah, inside. Gary, you have any questions about oh, you're doing great. I have plenty, but I'll let you run with it. So any outstanding products found I think the last correctly. I mean, the last thing, the last thing that came out of that, this dude came in. He was probably like his mid 50s. And it was during COVID, so we were outside where triaging outside. And he comes in and he's just like, hey man, what are you here for? I got a cucumber stuck up my butt. Just nonchalantly like, yeah, it's what happens. No big deal? Yeah. We're like, okay. I like the way they're trying to pass it off. Like, I like everybody. Like everybody. It just happens. All right, cool. And now we have not pre loaded you with any that I was going to ask this question. So let's see how you answer it. What are the majority of people tell you about how the foreign object got there? The majority. Because some of them will tell you the truth. But majority of them tell you, that guy, he didn't really care. He was like, yeah, I was putting up there, but sometimes I would come up with some elaborate stories, just like there's a famous Seinfeld joke that if you ever run into a proctologist, plant yourself next to him and you'll hear a story 1 million 1 shot Doc. There's a million in one shot. Yeah, man, it's a lot of like, you know, I was coming out of the shower and it was slippery. I sat on it or I fell on it. I sat on it, or I fell out..

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04:57 min | Last month

"w ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"To the program. Hi Matt, thank you. So lots to talk about. You said you've been avoiding podcasts, first of all. Yeah, I just, you know, I don't trust myself. You mean something's going to go viral, something you're going to say. Something I say is going to go viral because of the videos and the tiktoks. I've been they've attempted to cancel me a couple of times. So talk to me about that. Which ones have gotten you in trouble? Oh my God. I think there's like three videos that I can pinpoint right now. The first one, I kind of get. I understand. What did you do? I made fun of people's the video is called tips from the ER, we don't know what's wrong. Yeah. And you know, sometimes people come to the ER and they got shoulder pain, stomach pain, they run all the tests. And they said, you know, we couldn't find anything you need to rest, take some pain meds. Hopefully it'll go away. People never like that answer. They want something they want something. The ERs are not the place for diagnostic sort of certainty. ERs are a place where they're triage. Are you going to die? Do you need to go in the hospital, get out of here? Yes. That's it. And maybe we'll send you somewhere that might be able to come up with an answer. Follow up with your follow up with your doctor. But where I messed up where I messed up in the video was, I said, look, if we don't know if we don't know what's wrong, then nothing's wrong, which is not true, right? If we don't know what's wrong, follow up with a specialist, maybe go find somebody else, get another opinion. But often is nothing wrong. Well, you know, this is a whole topic I didn't expect to get into. But there is a oh boy. You want me to get you and me into trouble? I know. But there is a growing awareness, sort of American consciousness coming into focus for people. Slowly. That essentially in the category of. At once we have serious mental illness that people are not properly getting cared for. At the same time, we have a burgeoning population of people with personality disorders, which is not technically a serious mental illness. But often associated with mental illness, mood disorders, and things like that. But prominently associated with projection, acting out somatization, anger, hostility, unregulated rage. And using the legal system, and now the political system to get to act out that anger and rage. Yes. So here you are in your tech. And you've seen that. I've been watching it for 40 years. So my recently I found myself saying a lot. Damn, when I first started, I worked in psychiatric hospital for 30 years. And when I first got there, I noticed towards the end of the 80s, early 90s, lots of borderlines being admitted in every borderline patient with at least minimum 20 lawsuits under her belt. Now the legal system caught it caught on to that with their anti slapp laws and all this stuff, some frivolous lawsuits. But the rest of the world, in terms of how they come down in the system and what they do in the political system and in the social, it starting to dawn on people. And I think Amber Heard is doing us a huge favor. Moving things quickly in that direction. Yes. Right? Amber Heard. I can't remember the last time I was so invested in a court case. Well, we always allowed to see everything that was happening because it depends on it depends on the state. Yeah, so if you go back in the day, when I was on HLN, we covered Jodi Arias. And there was a sex tape, and we just every minute of the thing was on TV, and it was kind of screwed the case up. The defense attorneys and things. Yeah. And I think what happened now is like Amber Heard and done in depth cases the first case where TikTok exists. So now I'm on TikTok and every other video is about that case. So I can't get away from it. It's not like I have to turn on the TV. Let's just say the algorithm has figured out what you're interested in. I've seen one TikTok I've ever heard. I know. That algorithm has gotten so specific that I've had to make a second account. No followers and nothing. Just to figure out what everybody else is looking at. Yeah, just to look at that on the stuff. But just looking at it. I love that. There's something diabolical about that. Yeah. So tell me about yourself. Where'd you grow up? I grew up in Milpitas, California. I don't know where that is even. Do you know where San Jose is? Yeah. Yeah, so it's outside of that. Right next to San Jose. 30 miles south of San Francisco. And it says Vietnamese American. That's right. Does that mean Vietnamese? Does that mean mixed race? What does that mean? My parents were from Vietnam immigrated here in the early 80s. I was born here, so technically your American American immigrant. I'm a second generation Ukrainian. But people don't say Ukrainian American. That's a weird weird construct. And then you ended up at Stanford. Would you study there?.

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Stream.org Is Calling for a Peaceful Resolution to the Ukraine War

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02:18 min | 2 months ago

Stream.org Is Calling for a Peaceful Resolution to the Ukraine War

"Focus, I'm talking to John zamir. John, let's talk about anything you want to talk about. What do you want to talk about? Thanks, Eric. Well, one thing tomorrow morning where a statement, a call from peace and negotiations is going to come out from a group of Christian scholars and activists who want to encourage Americans to promote a negotiated peace in Ukraine. You're one of those Americans, and I'm one of those Americans. We are signing this petition and we want to exhort people. Now this is not till tomorrow morning it will be published at the stream stream dot org. Right. But this is important, John, please explain why this is important because I think you and others believe that the Biden administration, the so called deep state, they want war. They want World War three and they're, you know, trying to pretend like it's just and it's not. I wish it were just the secret committee formally known as Joe Biden and the deep state behind him. But it's also large segments of the Republican Party, the military industrial complex, the neoconservative hawks, the same people who gung Ho supported the Iraq War and accused people like me of being unpatriotic or traitors for asking skeptical questions about weapons of mass destruction that never existed. Threats to America that were false connections to Al-Qaeda that never existed and consequences and costs that turned out to be all too real. Right now the squishy center left and the squishy center right, the whole rotten spectrum from Hillary Clinton on the one hand to Liz Cheney Adam kinzinger on the other. And now I'm throwing up in my mouth as I say their names. They want to fight Russia and we can Russia the last dead Ukrainian. They are delighted that Putin invaded Russia. They hope to trick him into doing so by constantly denying any legitimate Russian security

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Who Is YouTuber Sydney Watson?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | 2 months ago

Who Is YouTuber Sydney Watson?

"Look, for those who aren't familiar, this woman, why aren't you familiar with her? She's got almost 800,000 followers on YouTube, Sydney Watson with a wire. You've got to follow her on Twitter as well. But for those crazy people who've been under a rock for a couple of years, I've known you for a couple of years, very impressed with what you do. Tell us in a nutshell, just give us the elevator pitch. What do you do and where do you come from? Sydney? Well, people are seemingly unfamiliar with the fact that I am actually Australian despite my bizarre accent, which I am trying to get back just by the way. I want to sound more like you said than the yanks that are around us. So I'm Australian originally from Australia and YouTube the United States in 2019 to basically pursue politics because Australians are by and large pretty disinterested in politics and kind of just found myself drawn into. I guess a bunch of drama in the last little while with the situation that you're referring to, which was getting screened out effectively by Jack Murphy is a real estate his name on the show is he is. I was going to mention it, but I'm so glad that you decided to mention it first because Jack Murphy is an embarrassment to anybody who has testicles. I'm not sure he does anymore, but we will discuss that. So you left at the antipodes, you came here to be involved in politics. You wanted to speak like me, which I'm sorry most people think I have a South African accent that really annoys me. But what have you been doing for the last three years? And how have you been surviving COVID and tell people about what you do? Because your comment, you are like the long form version as far as I'm concerned, of libs of TikTok and you're not anonymous. Your brave woman who has these amazing films where you react to the insanity of the left. Am I misrepresenting you? Tell us, tell us your mission. We've got 3 million listeners plus the viewers. What is Sydney Watson about? Well, that is a fantastic question. I guess growing up by a bunch of penal colony kind of made me realize that freedom is really important. And I actually have my mom to thank for that viewpoint because she's from Ohio originally and she is just this badass gung Ho woman that really, really cares about preserving what we have in the west and I think that's awesome. And so growing up in that environment, of course I was like, well, I hate people. So what is the easiest thing that I can do that revolves not really revolves around not really interacting with them too much and journalism kind of came to the forefront. And so when I moved to America, I really wanted to pursue being able to bring ideas to people that they might not otherwise have access to in like a fuller

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"w ho" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

07:53 min | 3 months ago

"w ho" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"Than the other listeners. So it's like getting medallion status when you're flying. On delta or whatever. It's just makes you better. Don't be don't be one of the hoi polloi, don't be the peasants. You use that correctly, Dan. The hoi polloi. People think it means that they're fancy. Oh no. Is the polo is people holy poly. Yeah. Anyway. Anyway, thank you so much. And we have one more person to thank. As always, Dan, we have our top donor. And things have been shifting around. So we got somebody old but new to thank this week. As our top donor, our lord and savior, the. Back baby came roaring in. Nice. All right. Thanks so much, everybody. We sure do appreciate ya. More showed to come. Dan. Yeah. We live in a funny little city. Salt Lake City. The weird part of the world, I'll tell you what folks. And one of the things that makes it weird isn't just the fact that the Mormons are everywhere, right? And Mormon churches are just fill up the scenery, right? There are literally parts of this state where you can stand in one place and see three Mormon churches from your vantage point. They're just not high on a hill. Just like within a three block radius of you. There are now places high up on a hill where you can see multiple temples all within your view. But a lot of that it has to do with the fact that the Mormon church is able to fund this building project. And they have no problem funding it. So they've alluded to. Billions of invested dollars, but the building up a large portfolio of religious edifices would not surprise anyone about a church, right? Like you would expect them. Yeah, they're going to own buildings where people can go and quote unquote worship in. Although unlike what you would imagine other churches would do, what I would imagine a church would do as this church has gained money, their edifices have gotten worse. They all, yeah. Every new building that they build looks worse than the last one, they're getting uglier and stupider because they run it as a business. And that's exactly what it is. It's absurd. But that's what corporate America does, right? The more profitable the company becomes, the cheaper the products, the more corners cut, they squeeze every dollar out of every opportunity, right? It's like Gordon gecko is the president of the church. I don't understand it, but there you go. Well, nonetheless, like you mentioned in your story, how they've got billions and billions of dollars around and they do nothing regard with regards to homeless shelters, soup kitchens, charity hospitals. Right. So forth and so on, right? These are not things that the Mormons do. Not in any sort of recognizable way where you would go, oh wow, look at all of the charitable work that this organization does. Now, correct. They do give in the tens of millions of dollars every year. Charitable aid and assistance, a lot of that is, like you said before, to their own members, but they are dishing out a, just compared to the billions, a microscopic amount of money, right? Yeah. This week got worse for them on the front of how things look for the Mormons. I mean, it doesn't seem possible, but I'm gonna I'll bear with you. Well, while you make the case, the more you could possibly know about their holdings, the worse this is gonna look. And there was a big dump this week, a big expose that came out. That is showing an unfathomable amount of real estate holdings in the United States. This is only their holdings in the United States, and we know they have. So this doesn't even include because we know that they have massive holdings in like Australia. Yeah, yeah. I believe it was in the to the tune of 11 point something billion is what they're estimating. Just based on county records, like assessed value of the property for tax purposes, and so they added it all up and it is kind of the point of what I'm trying to talk about and I'm missing the number right now. But adjusted, they think it's upwards of actual market value. Oh yeah, here it is. 11.8 billion dollars set by county assessors for tax purposes, but with a market value of at least $15.8 billion. Now let's talk about what they have, they have exhibition halls, libraries, museums, schools, obviously those sound very connected to sort of a lot of what they do. They have church museums here and there. They have BYU and so forth and so on. But in addition to that, they own property in at least. 3120 cities and towns in this country. They have property in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and it ranges from vast farm holdings. They recently outbid Bill Gates on, let's see. It was some yeah, it's a Bill Gates owned company, with an offer of $209 million to buy Easter day ranch. In eastern Washington, it was in bankruptcy proceedings at the time. And the ranch includes 12 thousand acres of potato, onion and cattle lands, as well as valuable water rights. So they just snatched that away from Bill Gates. He wanted it to. But they had to love that. How about they did a just so that they could say brag to each other? That they fucked Bill Gates out of something. They literally own in excess of 2% of the state of Florida. Seriously, right? Yeah. And that's going to be again. Talking about places that they're putting churches. We're not talking about the land for that they're using for church based things. We're talking about investment process. We're talking about money making investments. They have, let's see, the holdings include areas assessed for use as island resorts. Hotels. 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Victor Davis Hanson Analyzes Vladimir Putin's Escalating Nuclear Talk

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Victor Davis Hanson Analyzes Vladimir Putin's Escalating Nuclear Talk

"Sir what do you make of his escalating nuclear rhetoric You think it's a bluff I mean again a lot of folks miscalculated with a lot of experience dealing with the region who thought as I said before he would just stick with the eastern region of Ukraine and not go any further That clearly was not the case Given a black swan event like a nuclear attack it's not the type of thing we can just cast off and disregard Your take on why he's escalating the nuclear rhetoric Oh I think he realizes that in every incursion invasion the key to whether you win or lose or borders and we lost in Vietnam because of the Ho Chi Minh trail in the Southeast Asia supply depots We had a tough time We don't really last map down us down because of the Pakistan border in Iraq Syria and Iran Anytime you have that fluidity and you can be resupplied you're not going to win And he's looking at the statistics it's in many thousands now of javelins and sams that have been sent in there and you look at that picture of that convoy and in theory those jobs that new improve can hit something that over two miles and the guy could be in the forest beyond the flanking infantry guards of that convoy and take out a lot of vehicles if they have that many of them So he's thinking well I've got to get this over with and when and these people we've got four NATO countries that are that are going to stop me And so I'm going to threaten a nuclear strike on the west but when you look people have remarked about the look of these generals when he said that I don't know if that's indicative of a thing but I think yeah I don't

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 How democracy was dismantled in Hong Kong in 2021

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 6 months ago

How democracy was dismantled in Hong Kong in 2021

"Supporters supporters of of the the Hong Hong Kong Kong pro pro democracy democracy new new cider cider reacting reacting with with dismay dismay after after two two of of its its former former editors editors were were charged charged with with sedition sedition and and denied denied bail bail the the standard standard online online pro pro democracy democracy news news outlet outlet one one of of the the last last openly openly critical critical voices voices in in Hong Hong Kong Kong has has said said it it will will cease cease operations operations and and lay lay off off all all of of its its staff staff following following a a police police raid raid on on its its offices offices and and seven seven arrests arrests police police say say they they will will prosecute prosecute the the company company for for sedition sedition it's it's another another sign sign of of a a wider wider crackdown crackdown on on dissent dissent in in Hong Hong Kong Kong outside outside the the west west Kowloon Kowloon magistrates magistrates court court runs runs and and she she and and the the chairman chairman of of the the Hong Hong Kong Kong journalists journalists association association said said he he was was disappointed disappointed with with the the court's court's decision decision to to deny deny bail bail in in charge charge former former editors editors trump trump who who Quinn Quinn and and Patrick Patrick lamb lamb with with one one count count each each of of conspiracy conspiracy to to publish publish a a seditious seditious publication publication U. U. S. S. secretary secretary of of state state called called on on authorities authorities to to release release the the detainees detainees and and his his Canadian Canadian counterparts counterparts at at her her country country was was deeply deeply concerned concerned police police released released Cantonese Cantonese pop pop singer singer Denise Denise ho ho a a Canadian Canadian citizen citizen and and activist activist others others under under arrest arrest included included former former lawmaker lawmaker and and her her husband husband a a former former editor editor at at apple apple daily daily whose whose publisher publisher media media tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai is is also also jailed jailed on on sedition sedition charges charges Hong Hong Kong Kong leader leader Carrie Carrie lam lam told told reporters reporters that that inciting inciting people people could could not not be be condoned condoned under under the the guise guise of of news news reporting reporting I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king supporters supporters

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Phil Kerpen Comments on NY Gov. Kathy Hochul's Latest Mask Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Phil Kerpen Comments on NY Gov. Kathy Hochul's Latest Mask Mandate

"You Phil Kathy hochul who is incredibly the selected governor of New York having people yearn for the days of Andrew Cuomo again which is quite bizarre Cavi Ho just a few hours ago issued a new mask mandate because in northeastern states that is supposed to be paragons of virtue in dealing with the coronavirus Are having a bit of a seasonal outbreak which we all predicted Phil how many times are we gonna smash our heads against the counter with these mask mandates and pretend these things are working I mean am I crazy here but I'm asking you a simple question If masks work then why aren't masks working Am I missing something No I think that that sort of high level common sense would help a lot of some of our political officials were willing to recognize error I mean I think that New York they're dealing with something now that's called winter and for whatever reason they didn't seem to anticipate that that would happen this year And look I mean we've got Dan you've seen all the studies There are million studies the masks that he's either say they do nothing or they help like 5% 10% And if you're in a big wave they might as well be zero even if it is a little bit because you're going to come into a contact at somewhere one way or another And I just think that at this point almost two years into it this idea that somehow government can impose policies that are going to prevent people from being exposed to a virus that I think it's pretty obvious everyone's going to be exposed to It's just a complete insanity that this is still going

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Back to Normal? Biden Wants 97% of the Country Vaccinated

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 10 months ago

Back to Normal? Biden Wants 97% of the Country Vaccinated

"Got the johnson and johnson vaccine. I i'm not. I'm not entirely comfortable with a pfizer or during a booster or the pfizer. Busa booster by johnson. They do two different things. So i can't imagine in my layman's brain. How that's okay but it's my choice. I'm going to decide what to do about a vaccine nut. Kathy ho cl-. I'm going to decide what to do. Not buy and unfortunately there are aspects of life. the mask mandate that on airplanes. And i fly a lot. I travel an awful lot. I guess we're stuck with it. Because according to king george this is gonna be around forever. According to king george. We're not going to be normal as a country until we reach ninety seven to ninety eight percent vaccinate vaccinated americans. I got a news flash for your king george. That ain't ever going to happen. We are never going to get to ninety seven to ninety eight percent vaccination but that doesn't seem too slow joe king george biden down.

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Democrats Are Proud to Fire America's Everyday Heroes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

Democrats Are Proud to Fire America's Everyday Heroes

"Holy cow. i mean. i'm looking around watching the reality in our lives and one of the reality. I mean look at what's happening and coming at us from all directions. We're fiery nurses who don't want to get a vaccine. We're firing cops who don't want to get a vaccine. We're firing teachers who don't want to get a vaccine now in my world and i'm a simple guy. Teachers cops nurses healthcare workers in pandemic. Those are our heroes and we're firing them and and they're proud of the democrats are proud of their firing nurses in new york and the governor the lunatic governor who is worse than cuomo. I didn't think anybody could be worse than cuomo. But this ho character. Oh she's a nut.

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Executive Editor of The Federalist, Joy Pullmann, on the Amazon Web Crackdown

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 10 months ago

Executive Editor of The Federalist, Joy Pullmann, on the Amazon Web Crackdown

"We haven't you guessed from the federalist she is executive editor joy. Poelman welcome to america first. Thanks for asking me so guys. You've gotta follow lady on twitter at joy pullman. You've got to read the articles at the. Federalists going to bookmark the federalist first things first. I couldn't believe the article you just published as if parlor wasn't a less than enough for everybody. Could you tell us what the latest intricate development is with amazon. Their web services and Sites like patron and substitute joy. Well i mean. Put it simply Amazon web services as a as a web hosting service that controls forty percent of the internet in the world and they reportedly a ho spe- Supposedly independent sites Patriarch and sub stack. Which are basically kind of ways. No ideally for independent creators to find an audience and get paid from them. I think most listeners would be familiar at least with one of those two Anyway writers reported last week Before labor day weekend that the company basically is planning to content cracks down To you know more strictly enforced basically their thought police policies In that would put sites like those in the crosshairs so we're not talking about trying to identify and track child pornography or jihadi terrorists. What are we talking about his joy money. We've seen amazon do this before. So as you mentioned they were fame. Infamously the folks who picked parlor off and they also have been behind a number of other Significant platforming just like twitter just like facebook. Basically you know what what we see. Is that when internet giants get too much control over speech they use it to shut people down absolutely and guys if you haven't learned their lesson yet if you're a conservative who's building built some kind of platform fuel using amazon. You might as well just burn your money

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Chris Brown Calls out Kanye West Following ‘Donda’ Release

Mojo In The Morning

01:36 min | 11 months ago

Chris Brown Calls out Kanye West Following ‘Donda’ Release

"Chris brown is not happy with connie west. Really yeah county. Allegedly cut one of his verses from donde with dropped yesterday morning. If you missed the news well chris's vocals appear on the chorus of this song. It's called new again of the album. Thursday dip color jersey. Every thursday who picks jersey is delay additional verse that he apparently reported and that was nowhere to be found wind down to finally hit the streaming services. I have this chris brown version and it sounds a little different. Who hannay a whole ho. What chris wrote on his instagram story in response to this snub so here he on the chorus again. No averse though and other post cordial about once he said. Nah he's weakened and he's not the only one who's frustrated with kind soldier boy also blasted him for ditching his verse soldier boy. And it's been us. I don't even know what song was supposed to be. Part of soldier boy still around. Apparently for he's Making those fake video game systems that he got sued for and then jail part to which i play for you. A few times this morning features marilyn manson and a lot of people are still just like really upset and uncomfortable about that. I know he was. He made an appearance at the donde listening event in chicago last thursday night but he's facing multiple accusations of sexual assault and abuse. Even kim kardashian wasn't aware that he was going to be at that event last thursday and it just rubbed her the wrong way.

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Sex Tips I Wish I Knew in College

Sex With Emily

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Sex Tips I Wish I Knew in College

"Here's a few things. I wish i knew in college. Ho somebody things. I mean i think that hookup culture is definitely thriving. Though some people think hookup culture hasn't really changed. It's always been there. But i just wanted to find what i think culture is. It's not so much everyone having sex with everyone else but more of a normalization of people having one night stands or hooking people without being in defined relationships. So i just want to encourage all of you to pay attention to what you want and you have to fit into what everyone's doing don't have sex. Check it off the list. People are going to get drunk and have sex. And that's real but what. I wish i knew in college was more about orgasms. And pleasure and my body. And i'd never masturbated before i know a lot of you thought this two guys. We're going to like me more. If i hooked up with them. You find your people. I promise you will heal. College really is the perfect time to explore your sexuality and experience a lot of different things and figure out what you like. Maybe it's the first time been living away from home without your family so you really are able to experiment sexually. But here's some quick easy rules to follow. That will help you. And your partners have more pleasure and minimize all those awkward situations. Get to know the person. I not just me but studies have shown that the more connected sex rehab. It's definitely the more pleasurable and masturbate. Play with yourself figure out what you like. Don't be shied to try a toy and to start getting your sex on remember consent. I know there's a lot of talks about consent. People think consent isn't sexy but it's so nice to know and be enthusiastic about the situations you're getting into sexually consent can be sexy it really can. I mean think about all the pressure that comes from not knowing what your partner wants so again the mourner yourself the more you can practice enthusiastic consent you should be saying which means sober and on going every time you get to consent to what you want because you wanted something last. Time doesn't mean this

'Your Brother Needs You': The Bond That Lifted a Rising NFL Star

The Lead

02:02 min | 11 months ago

'Your Brother Needs You': The Bond That Lifted a Rising NFL Star

"So joe you recently wrote a story about carolina. Panthers defensive end brian burns and his older brother stanley mclovin and how they ended up helping each other in an unlikely way. And we actually want to start the story with stanley. So let's rewind to two thousand six. What kind of player was stanley when he was coming out of college and how did his. Nfl career go early on. He was a pretty good player. He is a good size guide. Defensive lineman from auburn comes to the right side. that's goodell pressure. That's fair is last season. at auburn. He had eight sex and he enters the nfl draft and ho six when the last round to the panthers and he was joining a team. That had a very stout defensive line group led by peppers and it just wasn't much playing time opportunity for a seventh round pick white mclovin and so pretty under the radar type player with the exception of off the field where he lived and spent money as though he were a first round pick. He told me that he bought range rover and he had a hummer at one point. He bought a brand new house. I did a lot of things i wasn't. I wasn't educated about if i had educational a lot during that time. I'm like we're not talking about it. I got a million dollar bonus or anything like that. I mean it was seventh-round money by stanley. Kinda got caught up in lifestyle. He's the first to admit that and he was living the life and it was just one of those day where you see the money. You're counting zyban i buy. I'm playing football. I'm doing on on going through the rest of my life

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Mike Gallagher and Mark Davis Debate COVID Mandates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Mike Gallagher and Mark Davis Debate COVID Mandates

"Davis. Who's my dear friend in dallas fort worth. He and i have daily chat. In fact our conversations are on our on my podcast. You want to hear all of them. Normally we agree today. We most definitely disagree. I want the right to reject putting a vaccine that i don't trust into my body. Now you have that right. I steinweg right every day. I tell people the government should never make them do it but you still have an answer. The question when i don't think objective reason not to get it well. The informed objective response is one year isn't enough science or data or research. It's brand new. They're worried about the long term potential effects. They might have you know a minute ago. You you kind of scoffed at scoff but you minimize the religious objection their religious. And if it's for real absolutely but people are going to be. I feel this way always with religious objections and health objections people make crap. They make stuff up right. Left up all listed. it's real than by owning. Here's one thing is going to be interesting. And this is the if we start seeing vaccine mandates. And i think we will. I could be wrong of what type of government one's private enterprise and government. I think we're gonna see. I think that i could be wrong but get ready for the. I know somebody i work with. Not i'm not gonna say where it's nowhere in dallas. It's not out of town. Got a doctor's note. The mask impedes my breathing. I'm not wearing a mask. When you have a mass mandate now. How many people do you think are gonna. They're good of the go to their doctor. For that and i would support them a thousand percent because even though they're making it up the mask nonsense has been has been if. Listen if it's if it's a mask thing the mask stuff has been a fantasy is better where women not wear one of your unvaccinated incredibly short. Now let me let me let me know him. Ask fetish has been ridiculous. Okay so let me point. Let's use the mark davis consistence consistency test. Because you just failed it. You just got a big f. Because if you're so gung ho on vaccine mandates why are you squishy on mask

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Report: Chiefs' Clark faces felony weapon charge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Report: Chiefs' Clark faces felony weapon charge

"Charged with felony possession of an assault weapon, and he is now facing up to three years in prison if convicted, According to the Kansas City Star. Clark has a court hearing next week in Los Angeles and overseas at Wimbledon. Novak Djokovic, ho hum, he

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Understanding Your Marketable Audience

The Virtual Entrepreneur

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Understanding Your Marketable Audience

"One of the key things emphasize his audience. There's a difference between audience and traffic right and a lot of us in business. We use these terminologies as if they mean the same thing. They don't so traffic. At essentially visitors. These are strangers. They don't know yet. They're just looking around getting a feel for what they're walking into by the having bought anything so far in terms of your ideas your message or your product. They haven't bought into any of that. They're just looking around window. Shopping per se right so and then you audience. These are people who are actually looking forward to your message are looking forward to what do you say next. They're looking forward to what your product can do for them in. What is dan for them. If they've already bought these were they will show up and expect you to be there. When you say there's an event they will come there right. So these are essentially your raving fans so within your audience raving fan right and then the could be a prospect. So they haven't bought yet could be a leads because they haven't bought yet but the bought or maybe a single concept or idea or your message mission values right so they've bought something from you. It may not be a product yet but the what something in that why they will show up for themselves. Not necessarily for you right. So that's the first thing they trying to stand in the next to understand about. Who is your ideal audience for your small business. The next to understand is what are their fears. Their hopes and dreams. Now when i come into this idea of fears hopes and dreams. I used to wonder why should we know what the fears are. I thought that was very negative. Things until someone i heard on. Say your fears actually have much more power over us than anything right. Sometimes we said about to go and do tasks so imagine yourself. This probably chance we. You set out to go and do something by fears. Ho- how do you back and there is no simple. Our fears are stronger than our hopes. Dreams right we will do something much more likely to prevent something from happening to prevent something that we afraid of from happening. So our fear hold us back and so by being able to know those we can use these to help them navigate this human conditioning that we have that prevents us from getting. The best results can get from ourselves

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InSAR: Tracking Natural Disasters Through Technology

Innovation Now

01:03 min | 1 year ago

InSAR: Tracking Natural Disasters Through Technology

"Researchers supported by nasr's applied sciences disasters program us satellites and space to gauge damage that natural hazards such as hurricanes and earthquakes. 'cause on earth one such satellite-based technology is called interferon metric synthetic aperture radar or in sar in sar can reveal surface movements down to a few millimeters even across an area hundreds of kilometers wide sang. Ho yun a geophysicist at nasa jet propulsion laboratory notes that the technology brings other advantages. Sar doesn't need daylight. We can see things ban night. Also we can see through clouds. We can see through rain. We can see through wildfire smoke and we can see through volcanic plume and other researchers at nasa us inside data to create maps. That show likely damage to buildings and infrastructure in the wake of disasters. The maps help responders and relief workers make better informed decisions and speed recovery

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Should An Older Stepchild Never Have To Babysit

Mom and Dad Are Fighting

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Should An Older Stepchild Never Have To Babysit

"Are your thoughts on a sixteen year. Old step stepchild. Being asked to watch a step sibling we their parents wanna go out for an evening. But the older sibling doesn't want to babysit. Is it reasonable for our sixteen year old to never have to babysit just. Because they don't want to. Rebecca what do you think all right. So why would you want someone with your kids who doesn't want to be with my first question. It's just not a good. I mean so. There's a couple of things going on here. One is the way you're making it sound. It does not sound like you're planning on paying for this babysitting time. It sounds like you need to watch your younger sibling. And it's just going to be a thing you have to do just like emptying the dishwasher mowing the lawn or whatever so that's one thing which you might want to reconsider putting money in the equation because it might help second. There's a a a step dynamic here which is one of the reasons why i think this question is interesting. Because there is a sort of built in expectation. I think for older siblings to watch younger. Siblings in non blended families you know but even then sometimes the older kid is like. I don't wanna do that. And i just have to be honest with you like if they don't wanna do it and it's a step it does add a layer there whether you feel like your family is fully integrated or not. There is a layer sort of inherent tension with kids and their step parents and step siblings. And you know. I don't know if you're sixteen year old might be thinking like hey i have other stuff i wanna do. I wanna be playing video games. I wanna be chatting with my friends. I wanna be secretly watching porn or whatever it is your sixteen year old. Wants to do or if they're thinking like this kid isn't my responsibility like i don't want to do that. I didn't sign up for this so the thing that you should remember either in both situations the non wanted family blended family but especially the blended family is that it's not your older kids fault. You had more kids to the expectation that they will want to do this. Labor on your behalf needs to be set. You know a little bit differently. Needs to be negotiated. If they're not all gung ho about it you might want to pay them. You might wanna make it the same kind of extra work incentive the same that you might do if if you normally hire someone to mow your lawn and then your kid does it one week. Maybe you'll throw a few bucks just because you have established that that work has

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"w ho" Discussed on Hindi Sahitya

Hindi Sahitya

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"w ho" Discussed on Hindi Sahitya

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"w ho" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"w ho" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

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"w ho" Discussed on Blaqbook The Podcast

Blaqbook The Podcast

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"w ho" Discussed on Blaqbook The Podcast

"I think it because not julian stole. You've boise to the ones of have tried to the best of chefs senate. So you go there you go. That's why the nigerian dav had support. No one day. Say yeah say okay. Jell fries whilst more traditional dishes or stick to western so foods well for me mostly above some african on british But may i just stick to my often the beef. Yeah and. I'm badgering man. That's the only time very often could notify mccollum. Run have some parliament members that just work twenty four seven were clue. Just just everyone around the daewoo into can be foolish. And yeah you know. That's what it's all about mary. Month sange war. As everybody else said food oversee we in was being jamaican and guyanese. So you obviously there's the or i don't eat red meat so no pork beef. Norrland orlando for myself. i'm. I'm just now missing christmas with a crack. How can you be trying to tell backing swine. Ccc the puck is still there and pat cap. Good to know you is there. S and p's the coleslaw. Mac and cheese rose chicken as mom cooks the alarm and the pork is obviously my mom. My siblings eat it. Yes what was he christmas being. I've got massive family myself under off. Kgo eight siblings. Pretty time is mad for you. Then kinda matter now got two nephews as well so the family graham very family orientated. So i see my mom's side of the family on christmas day. And then i have a second christmas on like the box. In the order. Twenty-seventh my dad's side of the family. Because my grandma still alive to this day fight. Gordon razor invest in ninety. So that's out of the family link-up hers because he's a little bit difficult now because of corona traditionally. That's what we do. So i see both sets of the family. The ones that are in this country anyway said food family music. Alcohol notice nobody. Nobody truly to still barrington levy on sanchez. Kicking him boy mobile missile for me. Christmas is all about say common together as a family in love all of that. Yeah sweet sweet. Listen for me. Oh it's going to be has to be the president's hands down. Sorry is a seasonless. Look good though i am. I am actually. I literally listening attentively. To what a person ones so also questioned by. I won't happen addition never when popular coffee. I get you the bucks at exactly so the presence. I will say food second knowing that oversee. My dad's is europa. My mom is having both to different. Nigeria yeah yeah the both nigerian two different tribes so alabama caliber so with my mom side. Soups are amazing. So that's the time we get to basically have lots of soups and vegetables. So it's very is no soup. Coconut rice fee to be swimming cheeky hanging. But we've we've. The soup is really healthy. Spinach of green very likely literally taylor day clean out so it's good to eat more food so it's quite so yeah definitely it will definitely be the alcohol for me as well tells down trysts. Oh okay so is. There isn't any don't say it looks like is a girl still guessing. What do i do a in oklahoma experience experience listener. Rich chocolates always awake and then pullover rameez well. Romeo food thirty eight with me as well. I love to serono as well. It's sweet as well cumbria. Cranberry cranberry with apple juice. So that's just run and spy taking notes just a quick digression juice orange juice so we about bits. Bits bit conversations to be ten cents. Bits on that. I'm smith cow but anyway go molina yeah. Christmas is yeah just family. My sister will come with the kids. She's got six of them. Yes say that for the whole day. S with all the presents and the money and the puck right now from the kids. That don't belong to me. Can we give them back after doors commoner because see it she's like i don't know i love to eat and like i said the pork belly. Okay he tuning hurry Also cheese and the immune hunger about but Yeah and the drinking So you're kirby as well so you have a double any of like non caribbean non who've like western dishes attacking africa caused the frosting at christmas time. Ever try anything new now say. My dad is a stickler. He thing every year timeline. I spend christmas girlfriends families time time and she made me a roast go from from the uk and other games ktichen sunday race roasting yorkshire putin's and stopping in them things the starting oppressed. You know to be open minded and say so. Let's say without with anymore in turn was similar to you guys Been club a big paul. My so christmas memories. Would i say. I've been much of christmas person over the years. You know what i mean like. I've had a lot of like weird ups and downs of my family. So i've never really had a stable source of like christmas experience so we spend if a mom and whatnot of my dad and then his beim over time and what not by myself.

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"w ho" Discussed on Blaqbook The Podcast

Blaqbook The Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"w ho" Discussed on Blaqbook The Podcast

"Was good people. It's your boy richie rich against the men and welcome to another episode of black book. The podcast today. We'll go full house joy. I'm buying my man. Kill someone. Sanchez was going on people. Romy romy miss fi fi and this is a christmas special time of year where everyone gets. Merry bit wavy because chocolate chocolate on the menu. What's game on kobe plan. And just by the time of year well families get together quite big insane coaches not so much in others but of course when asked to solve with his. What does christmas mean to you. Want to start off well. I'm the biggest christmas fan. Hey i'm sorry about family. Food presents the food again. Food alcohol six and the baby still ahead okay. So what are we talking about them. My family is everything. No now say wa- table comes hinder eighteen tech. He got the lamb. Got the geest. Got the pheasant that runs across the road against everything so you have to make sure everybody on the tables causes to some mac and cheese and because over the years. Vegetarians have come into the family. Annex shifts piece of squashed on the table saw me to teheran than these new trends may see you accommodate all. Come on the table you know. Why rage pilots to keep everybody happy. Okay cool cool co. he's always say what's christmas like food. Food is well. Yeah we'll see what nigerian about. Gardening office definitely jello question. Those nigerian ghanaian joel a different general. I'm going to be biased. I'm going to say even nigerian going to say guardian. I think it because not julian stole. You've boise to the ones of have tried to the best of chefs senate. So you go there you go. That's why the nigerian dav had support. No one day. Say yeah say okay. Jell fries whilst more traditional dishes or stick to western so foods well for me mostly above some african on british <hes>. But may i just stick to my often the beef. Yeah and. I'm badgering man. That's the only time very often could notify mccollum. Run have some parliament members that just work twenty four seven were clue. Just just everyone around the daewoo into can be foolish. And yeah you know. That's what it's all about mary. Month sange war. As everybody else said food oversee we in was being jamaican and guyanese. So you obviously there's the or i don't eat red meat so no pork beef. Norrland orlando for myself. i'm. I'm just now missing christmas with a crack. How can you be trying to tell backing swine. Ccc the puck is still there and pat cap. Good to know you is there. S and p's the coleslaw. Mac and cheese rose chicken as mom cooks the alarm and the pork is obviously my mom. My siblings eat it. Yes what was he christmas being. I've got massive family myself under off. Kgo eight siblings. Pretty time is mad for you. Then kinda matter now got two nephews as well so the family graham very family orientated. So i see my mom's side of the family on christmas day. And then i have a second christmas on like the box. In the order. Twenty-seventh my dad's side of the family. Because my grandma still alive to this day fight. Gordon razor invest in ninety. So that's out of the family link-up hers because he's a little bit difficult now because of corona traditionally. That's what we do. So i see both sets of the family. The ones that are in this country anyway said food family music. Alcohol notice nobody. Nobody truly to still barrington levy on sanchez. Kicking him boy mobile missile for me. Christmas is all about say common together as a family in love all of that.

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"w ho" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"w ho" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"N welcome to another edition of they call the spruce not filter conversation about what's happening in eastern america and reality television and i'm jeff yang and as the ho- holidays approach. We are here. Yes yes yes because this is this a moment for plans. We are here to talk about the brand new reality tv. Show on the block. House of ho show that does seem to exist primarily to make about the name. Ho shonda for asians. Everyone knows getting. It's it's a fun show. Show that <hes>. Is definitely worth talking about. And we have some great people talk about it with us first of all our friends. Our colleague <hes>. Our collaborator jammu. Who is producer of the podcasts southern friday and the forthcoming movie daughter and has the morgan with fillon myself in fill one. I don't know a little bit of a book project which we can talk about some other time and welcome to the podcast jess. Thank talk about this. Yes you are not alone. We would also love to welcome to they. Call bruce both you guys. First time right hon win. Who is the senior culture editor at salon and co host of good pop culture club. Another podcast in our <unk>. Podcast family so welcome to the show. Yeah a happy to be here. I'm yeah shocked that it's taken so long for me. Ask but i feel like this is the one i meant to be on me. We definitely we definitely asked to vietnamese american women to be on the pike. Ask very specifically to talk about this show. And i like han when i asked you. I may have been like kind of presumptuous. And that like you know you're you're an entertainment journalist. Who's vietnamese american. I was like. I just assumed that you had watched you like interested and watch watched house of hope when i asked you. I presume that was true that you did and so and so. That's why you're like. Yeah i'll be on the on the podcast. It was funny because you know. I should've expected it and yet you asked me. I was like oh. Of course. Because i'm actually from houston perfect practically a ho hos and they were none of them though. 'cause toes what to private school system so we should say that house of hose on hbo. Max it is a <hes>. Reality television series in the vein of all those shows that you that no one wants a care to admit to watch like the cardiac shahs of sunset and <hes>. The real housewives that genre <hes>. But it specifically focusing on a very wealthy vietnamese american family in houston <hes>. Have i covered all the bases. I think pretty much. I mean know we we can say that the the cast of characters is <hes>. What you might expect for a family drama whether fictional or not set in an asian context right you've got sort of the patriarch matriarch the siblings they all have different dramas individually collectively. They gathered together. Eat a lot basically. This is the nonfiction crazy rich issue. Because that's exactly what what was clearly developed to be right right right. It's definitely created in the wake of the cruiser cheese <hes>. But that said i mean we've all watched it in varying degrees varying varying number of episodes. I will admit to having watched the first episode and a later episode. That i was told i should watch because it was worth watching and the guys are pretty finished. A lot of it right. So unless the jump in <unk>. Just start with you. What's what's your take coming up. Well i guess well i. I actually ended up catching it early. Screener of it before so. Luckily i only watch more so <hes>. It to be blunt. It was not as trashy as what i expected it to be. Maybe no expectations. And like i feel like new money. Beat amuse people like there are certain type and how the show presented was <unk>. Surprisingly a a lot. More layered than i thought you know especially particularly when <hes>. You know you go deeper into the series because at first episode definitely like leaned into like this this like you know american dream poll by the bootstraps model minority and all that jazz and and then it starts off like that and then just breaks it down and just show us like just all the dysfunctions of the family. So you know actually was an keep in mind. I don't really watch. the family. Reality shows is just not my thing. But you know i had to see it. 'cause beat me representation and you know all my worries and concerns

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