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Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"15 and 45, powered by Red River. Technology decisions aren't black and white, pink, red and the 2 15, George Wallace and any fireworks going on in Philly? No, no Fight law except the Phillies bats right now, But that's not the good kind of fireworks. The uh, no fireworks so far, but a four Phillies lead Sean L. Ferric Fetty is it's Bryce Harper has just homered to left center to give him a four. Nothing lead fed. He's giving up four runs on three innings so far with three walks. They were joking around. Max Scherzer and Ryan Zimmerman wanted Bryce Harper's hair checked when he was at third base because all the Product is here. You never know what's in there. Harper was laughing. It was all fun and games as, uh, So that's the score right now for nothing. That's Phillies and the Braves Four games behind the Mets, beginning played today, tied for second place in the N L East, and the Nets have won nine of 11 right now four zip the Orioles, who face the Astros again later on tonight. College baseball Be Virginia and Texas tomorrow in the College World Series After Virginia's loss yesterday, one of their big league note, Mets slugger Pete Alonso has announced today he will Will defend his home run Derby title in Colorado this year at the All Star Game. Of course, No All Star Game or home run Derby last year, But he will he wanted back in 2019 towards Wallace. W T O B Sports. Thank you, George. If you're heading toward D. C s 2 95 make a change of plans. Now we'll have traffic and weather next to 17. Okay, It's real easy. You go down.
Detroit Pistons Win Top Pick in 2021 NBA Draft Lottery
"The 2021 NBA draft goes to the Detroit Pistons. Let's roll in the background is Ben Wallace, the future Hall of Famer All of Fame and duck Dean, the Detroit Pistons for the first time in 50 seasons. Get the number one draft pick. Detroit will pick one, Houston second Cleveland third Toronto fourth Question for Detroit at
Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on DV Radio
"Good and you're not like like if you don't sound like alkyl berry how we're good if you sell better than the frosty fucked it up rebates. You're probably get on dvd radio. I don't know that's a pretty good dams and remix. Y'all just recorded that shit like But please let people know that are independent artists musicians. Hey devi ready. We're literally play your shit for free. A lot of people have to pay to get their ship play especially independent artists And we can't necessarily pay you but you will get you exposure and i'm not guarantee. Hey you're going to have ten thousand people buy your album. No i don't do that. I don't make promises. I can't keep or control. I can't control somebody goes and buys your mic. And just be like. Hey check these guys out. And i can persuade them to perhaps just navy by your stuff but you will get at least a new audience number at the least and i'm under the impression as many artists and creators are that even today's society the best advertising his word by mouth. You can argue with me. All lugging day if you won't but word of mouth is the best advertising. There is so somebody. here's your song. Hey have you heard that bam blah blah blah. I heard him over on the radio. You should really check them out. Trust me it's going to happen eventually. but yeah just just having them to come to devi radio dot net on independent musician button on the front page and fill out the form another way you can help us and i know i beat a dead horse. You know. every few shows are not share. The post share these shows from the podcast. Share the podcast page share. The store website Sheridan groups that you can. I know there's a lot of groups as with this. Strictly forbids anybody to do any advertising of any kind. Even if it's just hey. Have you checked out the store. Hey guys listen to this podcast. Hey look at this post. That i am even though you're not advertising. I know that's a form of advertising but you're not advertising. Does that make sense. Am i making any sense whatsoever to anybody. Nope scrambling dumped kidding. I'm kidding watt because nobody comes and sees bow and Yeah that's that's my life But yeah that that's one of the biggest ways you can support and help us grow as a as a network as a radio station. is just share and spread the word about anything devi radio as long as it says. Dd ready and tells them how to get here and tells them when our shows are. You're helping spread the word I know we're not as big as we once were Where somebody said that we were you know at like a quarter of a million downloads in episode which he was fucking full himself anyway. Just remind isn't moment. Wallace said that But i can tell you that some our podcast reach people that you never would've fucking imagine i mean we have people listening across the world like in the lease and fuck in places like that. I mean future straight. yeah yeah. They're not on tonight australia. People down in ice listening as we're big down under right said There was another one. That i can't think of off the top of my head. I know zambia was one of them. We've had asian countries on china's listening in on us russia russia's always listening to us and i'm being actually being serious with you. These are places people are listening to. There's a shit. Sonny countries.
Dr. Fauci Inconsistent on MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace Show
"Bounty scam. I mean, she's falling for every skin. Really, not that bright. And so Fauci, of course, goes on that show knowing she's not that bright and he'll be able to say whatever he wants. And he said this interesting thing on the show yesterday gonna play for you in a second. The odd thing about it is odd, given his history of saying contradictory things is he's actually right. So if he's right in this appearance with Nicole Wallace, then what do you complaining about, then? I'll explain on the other side. Check this out. And what they didn't seem to understand. I guess that's understandable that they didn't understand it is that science is a dynamic process. So something that you know, in January. You make a recommendation or a comment about it. But as you get more and more information, the information leads you to change because that's what science is. It's a self Correcting process. So when you hear someone say something at one point and then I think that would be inappropriate. Couple things on this left this do not believe science is an evolving dynamic process. Can we just put that out there? Toe left this listening? No, we do. Dan. We definitely believe it's time to really can. How come you keep telling us the science is settled. On climate change. How many times have you heard that? If science is a dynamic, evolving process, then how can science ever be settled? I'm just asking. I've had Let's not get sidetracked, though. Let's stick to the point here. Found. She's right. Ladies and gentlemen, I want to give a fair assessment of his comments yesterday on the disgrace in the cold, Wallace show. Science, his dynamic and evolving It changes all the time. He's absolutely accurate. My criticism with Fauci is not
"wallace" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Yes super cool. Yeah i've gotten to know. Jimmy obviously race for kyle busch and the truck series. Kevin harvick has been a big supporter of mine. Do you know matt craft. And now that. I'm seeing your goal craft and yeah absolutely we go way back. We're on the dunes together. All the time oh cool. that's awesome. Yeah we have the same kind of sand rail. Tatum and he runs the nascar motor in his fucking. Which so oh yeah. He's got yeah he's got it all you know. He's been doing that for a long time. he's always asked. Hey you need to come out and enjoying the dunes. So i may have to take him up on that one day. It is the most fun you can have okay so now a couple of cool things that well let's get into some of the ways that they're evolving. Thank god outside of just adding road courses and whatnot. The most recent thing that happened was they finally said no confederate flags at the races anymore. That was just a week ago. Maybe almost a year ago. Oh i watched the race day. And i felt like it was brand new so it was a year ago. So what happened at martinsville and martinsville was two weeks ago and so they could have been talking about our tom or we were here at martinsville for the first time last year. That's when everything happened so that can be that. Yeah i have to imagine your presence. There has something to do with that. Yeah i mean. I ultimately called nascar to get rid of the flyer. Yeah i feel like you're in a really of all the sports that you would want to be vocal about. Blm lewis hamilton is very very vocal about blm gets to be very supported. It's not that big of a swing in formula one to take that position. But nascar is a southern tradition. There's never been a per-capita flag. Flying event that had as many confederate flags is probably previous nascar races. and so. you're in a very precarious situation to be vocal about your beliefs. Because i think the base generally is on the other side of that argument or at least traditionally has been when you've thought about being vocal and you thought about the risk you'll take on which again is so much more significant than doing it in the nba. Doing it anywhere. I would argue. What you where you're doing. It is probably the hardest place to do it. Yeah what's that risk reward analysis look like in your head. I don't know if there's much risk. Yeah you're gonna lose some fans but so be it The reward is revolutionizing the sport and changing for the better. But that's huge. That's going to be much bigger than any race win on that. I'll have and accepting. That is huge. Yeah now before last year before. All that stuff went down. I was getting introduced a bubble wallace driver of the forty. Three getting a decent amount of cheers and it was cool. Yeah now i'm right up there with kyle busch sometimes more than kyle busch than than on the booze and i haven't even done anything on track to piss anybody off and so it's i feel like it's more on a personal level like personal hatred that people it's not like kyle busch his attitude sometimes as people give him crap for that. Yeah sure i'll have said was. Hey let's get rid of confederate flag in sort allowing people and all of a sudden. I'm getting more boost. So that comes from personal hatred. I feel. that's just for me speaking yet. Now i imagine you were probably at the race that michelle obama came out. Everyone booed ria that race. No.
"wallace" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"World come welcome. Welcome to armchair expert experts on expert obeying shepard. I'm joined by monica mouse. They're doing great over the mice. I know you're the secretary of my good. They had a nice long weekend. They got really drunk. Okay so the nursing some hangover those my lap up a little liquor out of a liquor cab. That's right or the mice excited about spotify. They are so excited a marine around once they're drunk pave all made accounts and they're really excited. They're mostly excited because it's free it's free. It's absolutely free to download the app. It's so easy you're just going to pick that up over the other epa you might have been using but probably already on spotify point is. It's so simple. yeah also we have an incredible. I guess by that. I'm so excited so for me. I couldn't get here quick enough because i cannot release. I cannot wait to release that gas but also very excited to release this guests. They do bubba. Wallace bubble bubba wallace bubble wallace on iraqi on iraqi bubble wallace. Wanna do wanna love you wanna hug you wanna squeeze you too. You can cut this out. Monica bubble walls is a professional stock car racing driver. He competes full time in the nascar cup series as well as part time in the nascar camping world truck series now amazing spokesperson for nascar such a blast talking to him and i normally am not. I don't know much about it. It's not really my thing but he was so interesting and cool very engaging charismatic. And i'm gonna tell you something. Very handsome mary. Because you don't have to be good looking racecar driver. That's kind of the beauty of you're wearing a helmet all the time. Like us site podcasters. Yes we can afford to look the way we do. But it's it's a shame that bubbas helmet to be honest with you. Yeah please enjoy bible wallace. We are supported by third love. Monica monica i love a third love. Tell us about your third. Love fits so perfectly and the straps are so comfortable often. You'll see girls to kind of like tug at their straps. Sure wrestling with their brassieres. Don't have to do that with their love. True and obviously best part is that there's so many sizes so you will find something that fits truly perfect. Well also you got to think of your brassiere is something.
"wallace" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"World come welcome. Welcome to armchair expert experts on expert obeying shepard. I'm joined by monica mouse. They're doing great over the mice. I know you're the secretary of mice. Pretty good they had a nice long weekend. They got really drunk. Okay so the nursing some hangover those mysolar lap up a little liquor out of a liquor cab. That's right or the mice excited about spotify. They are so excited marine around once they're drunk pave all made accounts and they're really excited. They're mostly excited because it's free it's free. It's absolutely free to download the app. It's so easy you're just going to pick that up over the other epa you might have been using but probably already on spotify point is. It's so simple. yeah also we have an incredible. I guess by that. I'm so excited so for me. I couldn't get here quick enough because i cannot release. I cannot wait to release that gas but also very excited to release this guests. They do bubba. Wallace bubble bubba wallace bubble wallace on iraqi on iraqi bubble wallace. Wanna do wanna love you wanna hug you wanna squeeze you to. You can cut this out. Monica is a professional stock car. Racing driver. He competes full time in the nascar cup series as well as part time in the nascar camping world truck series now amazing spokesperson for nascar such a blast talking to him and i normally am not. I don't know much about it. It's not really my thing but he was so interesting and cool very engaging charismatic. And i'm gonna tell you something. Very handsome mary. Because you don't have to be good looking racecar driver. That's kind of the beauty of it. You're wearing a helmet. All the time. Like us site podcasters. Yes we can afford to look the way we do. But it's it's a shame that bubbas helmet to be honest with you. Yeah please enjoy bible wallace. We are supported by third love. Monica monica i love a third love. Tell us about your third. Love fits so perfectly and the straps are so comfortable often. You'll see girls to kind of like tug at their straps. Sure wrestling with their brassieres. You don't have to do that with their love. True and obviously best part is that there's so many sizes so you will find something that fits truly perfect. Well also you got to think of your brassiere is something.
How Come Only Conservative Media Interview People With Opposing Views?
"How is it that conservative media are the only ones that recognizing alternative viewpoint have month? Ladies and gentlemen, I have a Fox news show coming out this week in our first episode. It'll be Saturday night. Set your DVRs June 15 PM Still thinking of the title, But I promise you it'll be on Saturday night at 10 P.m.. And I promise you I'm gonna have liberals on I know some of you don't like that. I get that. I'm not trying to upset you. I have them on occasionally for a reason. Because what they're saying is wrong. When you come on the show, and we expose it is wrong. Other people see it who are are persuadable. Do it all the time. Here's the number 8444843872 producer Mike answers the phone. What do I tell Mike all the time like Mike? We get a liberal caller wants to object put him through. I'm not afraid of ideas. How does half the country right now? Probably half the planet. They did. Donald Trump colluded with the Russians and the Corona virus came from pangolin because you watch liberal media where they're absolutely terrified of anyone who's a conservative thinker. You go on those networks and you're a rhino. You're welcome. You're David Gergen or some other fake Republican like Nicole Wallace. You'll be celebrated with open arms but dare to be a conservative on MSNBC and CNN. You will be shown the door immediately the first time. Trust me. I've got friends where I'm not going to say and out. Come on the air. But I've got friends who worked there and told me the minute they spoke up for Donald Trump. Their appearances were gone.
UK to Resettle More Afghan Interpreters as NATO Troops Leave
"What was Johnson's government says it wants to make it easier for Afghans who worked with British troops to settle in the UK amid rising fears for their safety as foreign forces leave Afghanistan more than one thousand four hundred Afghan interpreters and their relatives hello he moved to Britain under a resettlement scheme the government says about three thousand more are expected to come under new rules which will open the eligibility and make it easier for people to bring their families with them defense secretary Ben Wallace says with western powers leaving Afghanistan the threat is increasing and has increased including targeted attacks by the Taliban and that is absolutely right the we stand by people who risked their lives to help British troops Charles Taylor this month London
The Wild Woman of Brooklyn, and the Peabody Bones
"Starts with a container of bones. I actually didn't know about them before. This project started there in the collection. Of the peyote museum of anthropology and death. -nology anthropology as we know it really in the united states began at just a few institutions in harvard. Being one of them and the peabody museum has really been the center of anthropology at harvard. For over one hundred years and it's collection ease huge in the collections of the museum. There are about one and a quarter million objects works archaeological artifacts cultural objects. It's quite large. I my name's lowering. I am an osteology at the peabody museum of archaeology and ethnology with is also lots of bones right. that's what osteology. It's like lowering investigate in the collections of human and other primate remains and bones. Also what this evolutionary anthropologist wanted to get access to the collection. My name is ian wallace. I'm an assistant professor in the department of anthropology at the university of new mexico. United states and works alongside modern hunter gatherer communities like the tarahumara indigenous to mexico to study. How the way we used our bodies today is at all with how bodies evolved to move. I mean you've just got to look at how much time we spend sitting on our bums in front of screens. Yeah that's that's definitely part of it. As well as the beds that we sleep in and even the ways that we are physically inactive are sort of fascinating because other hunter-gatherers and our ancestors also occasionally physically inactive but they did it in different ways by squatting and not necessarily sitting in these a super comfy chairs that shut off our muscles and that has all sorts of
Fifth Graders Campaign to Change 'Squaw' in Dillingham Road
"Three dilling ham alaska. Fifth graders want to change creek and road name marked by a derogatory term toward indigenous women. The students worked closely with teachers. School districts staff and women in the community. They came up with a name that connects with several local people k. d. l. Jeez tyler thompson reports awasa league. Trista wassily and harmony larson. We're learning about the history of colonization in social studies class they visited with the chug tribe and learned the story of the seven sisters. Here's a lower wassily scott cake and they were looking for a white husband intact in stuff. Then there's also white men looking for a native y sus qua- usually meant young woman or female anatomy than white settlers game. It became a derogatory worked toward native. The seven sisters traveled to dilling him from new shigeki point a fishing village to the south. The sister settled there and lift between squaw creek and lake road after that visit with the tribe. The girls told their teacher that they wanted to change the name. The students want the name changed to seven sisters creek to reflect the communities connection to the sisters speaking. I is a laura followed by trista in harmony sentences just through adoption and marriage marriage and stuff like that and we're all your sisters five generations ago. Yep the students said they spoke with elder dora. Andrew erkki about yupik names for the creek at the end of the presentation. Robin cheney shared how. The adults helped the students put this project together and ask them to consider traditional decision. Making not just what's best for now but what's best for future generations. Their next step will be to meet with the city in dilling him. I'm tyler thompson.
LeBron James Says Stephen Curry Should Win MVP
"Detroit's own chris. Webber will be inducted into the basketball hall of fame. I thought you were talking about me coming back to town all and no no. No i bet they were going wild over country. It's country summer country days country day. Yeah country day zone. But it's you know. I think it's like a mixed bag to be honest. I don't think everybody thinks he's like a lock to be in the hall of fame. I think it's a mixed bag fan. Now we are going in. And of course. Detroit's been wallace. Who was a key cog in that championship game team. He of course is the hall of famers. Divide from the people. I've talked about one. A scientific poll. But i thought more people feel better about ben being ending chris Well i'll tell you what and we'll get into this later. When i heard that been made it i was like chris. Webber has to be in. Chris was a better player and been now been had a role that was critical and he was a key cog obviously on that i call them bad boys the remix that that third championship detroit one but chris. Webber was a better player than been. But you know what better impact. They'll ben was unbelievable. He had a bit better impact on a championship team. A team that went to the finals two years in a row he won just a role player he was a big party was a role player though. No going to be in this and it's doing of ood. He was huge. All
Biden Visits Philly to Celebrate Amtrak, Promote Infrastructure
"President Biden wasting no time after this week's address before a joint session of Congress traveling to Philadelphia today to try and sell his spending proposals to the American people from jobs, the infrastructure, education and child care, the president's proposals will cost trillions. I spoke with Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace about how the president will convince the public and Republican skeptics that it's all worth the hefty price tag. President the White House they've made a calculation. That because of all the money, and there were trillion dollar packages passed under President Trump in with the Republican Senate that that isn't a red line as much as it used to be in the past. And that there are would be greater acceptance for it. And, you know, look, you're talking about things that directly affect you're not bailing out Wall Street here. You're talking about money for community colleges money for four childcare. Having said that there's a lot of resistance from Republicans, especially to the tax increases and even some from more moderate. Democrats just that the enormous price tag So do I think they're going to pass something? Yes. Do I think they're going to pass the full $4? Trillion? No, probably not on those lines Criss. You had some high praise for the president's speech this week before a joint session of Congress, he said. It's going to be a popular speech with the American people. What did you think that and which people do you believe I could be happy with it? People who are getting something You know, I wasn't really saying that it would. The speech was good or bad. I just think as a political assessment, it's going to be popular, because basically what he's saying is, I'm going to give you a lot of stuff. $4 trillion with worth of stuff, whether, as I say it's child care or new bridges or You know, better airports or expanding broadband. And guess what? You're not gonna have to pay for it because big corporations and people making over $400,000 a year are are gonna have to
Why Is Bubba Wallace so Confident?
"Bubba. Wallace is on. And he. Rates the season. So far driving for denny hamlin and michael jordan in that twenty three car. I had high expectations going in the martinsville because the success there and how well i've run there in the past and how well twitter has run there. We just kinda miss sometimes going into these next fourteen races in a row that we have Let's see what happens. I know we're going to run top. Twenty hopefully fifteen and start breaking down the top fifteen barrier and and consistently get there. Then start so people are way there. It's only a matter of time. We're we're hitting all fall ciller. Cylinders aren't firing at the same time. But we're getting all they're all kind of sporadic so it's like once we get that doubt and there's a lot of potential of his team act. Continue to say that like that's that's one of the most exciting things as can be this weekend. Yeah finishes could be a couple of spots or overcooked it all together. We're figured out what we need to secure those fox earlier in the race and go five something much greater than what we have been so You know we're only increases in and no one's right. The ship yet for our team in they still have our kinks ironed out and little things that are holding us back you bunch of little things. Add up to one big thing. So we'll be just
Justin Fairfax Accuses Terry McAuliffe of Treating Him Like Emmett Till
"The old governor who's planning on running for governor again, and Justin Fairfax, the rapists lieutenant governor whose star rose in the Democrat Party after being Repeatedly accused of rape very credibly by women. He became more popular in the Democrat Party and yesterday just in Fairfax is black. And he accused Terri make awful of treating him like George Floyd. And he brought Emmett till into it, too remarkable stuff. These people, the racism that these people spread is just and keeping in mind. They're the party of Jefferson Davis and the Confederacy of Nathan Bedford Forrest in the clan. They're the party of everything awful every racial stain in the history of the country. Bull Connor and Orval Faubus and George Wallace and Robert Byrd and the Oh
Preece to return in a Modified at another Virginia track
"The nas car wheel and modified tour returns to the martinsville speedway in virginia for the first time since two thousand ten this thursday night forty cars around the entry list from the most recent champions koby and justin bonsignore to current nascar cup. Series driver ryan preece. Who says he appreciates the opportunity to continue to drive the modified 's when not in a cup car for sure right as a racer. Your your ultimate goal is to get to the cup series. That's that's you know that's where it is. That's where you want to be but at the same time. I know where my roots are. I know where. I've cut my teeth. I know where. I put many hours in the race shop to go and win races and i enjoyed racing these race cars. I i know i know quite a bit of autumn and i there are. There are a lot of fun to race so i obviously enjoyed doing it for sure. Priests one a southern modified race at south. Boston speedway in virginia over the weekend and is the early favorite on thursday night
Cup drivers racing Trucks tonight
"It's no surprise but there are a ton of nascar. Cup series drivers entered in the truck series race for saturday at bristol. In the dirt's. I guess they want to. You know figure things out before the big show on sunday and the best way to do is in one of the lower series and in this case the series is not running bristol at dirt so truck series it is and those drivers include. Kevin harvick daniels. Warez chase briscoe. Bob wallace ryan newman kyle larson and martin tricks
Rep. Andy Kim talks about the impact of anti-Asian hate
"Congressman. Andy kim of new jersey likes to say that he tries to practice the politics of humility. We saw that inaction in the aftermath of the january sixth insurrection when a photo of him cleaning debris alone from the rotunda went viral. Kim's humility is painfully present. In the conversation we had about anti-asian hate in the wake of the atlanta spa shootings and that has flared. Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic we talked about the impact of all of this on his five year old son in on himself. I didn't know what to tell my kid. And i didn't know what to say. I felt sadness. Because i knew that that was not the last time you would hear these things. Listen to the rest of this powerful conversation right now. congressman came. Thank you very much for coming to the podcast. Thanks so much for having me here today before we get into the big topic of of why we're here and and talking. Let's talk about your district. Because we you and i have spoken. Know offline before about your district which is a endless fascination for me new jersey's third congressional district right that's right. And the demographic makeup is about eighty percent wide and just under four percent asian american. That's about right. That's right and you were elected in twenty eighteen to your first term beating out of the incumbent republican and to add on top of it you are the first democrat of korean descent in the congress. The second overall how did a korean american in an overwhelmingly white district with a republican incumbent. Win election in two thousand eighteen. I'm still still trying to learn all the lessons. I'll be honest. I was why when i started running for congress twenty eighteen I remember my wife asked me. What's the chances that you can win. Said now know maybe fifteen percent. I think i was a little generous with myself at that time to my opponent. One by previous opponent he. You're right he's incumbent. Who won by twenty points in two thousand sixteen and what we ended up pulling off with twenty one point flip in two years To win the seat in now at even with that The the last democrat was re elected to see two one two in a row was before the civil war So so for us to pull is off was was a lot but look for me. This is my whole. And i i go into kindergarten. Here my oldest son's going to kindergarten here now this is this is where i love. This is where i had my first job. My first run you know. Got my first experience so many ways. And that's what. I try to convey the people here that i am a public school kid from this district that that got great opportunities because of this district went on to become rhode scholar. United states diplomat run for congress. I think that's why people appreciated what. I'm trying to bring here that honestly i'm not a knife fighting partisan politician in career public servant. I often say whether you voted for me or not. You're my boss and i talked about. I worked under both republicans and democrats. I think that that's what people are looking for. Someone who's actually not a politician end someone who's tried. Come at this from a set of public service. And i hope to be able to continue to convey to them that. That's what i'm trying to do. What mean here's what's interesting. You talk about that. Twenty one point flip In your district. When you ran the first time when you won election in two thousand eighteen you won by just two percentage points then you run for election in two thousand and twenty. Oh and i should point out that. Donald trump won the district by six points. Twenty sixteen and you talk about the big. You know how much you're the incumbent one but then in twenty twenty when you ran for re election. Donald trump won the district by but only by point two percent. But you won reelection by almost eight percent. What does that tell you about your district in how they were if anything and how they reacted to the trump presidency. Well it says a lot. And i'm still trying to dissect and analyze. It was say is it shows that that people paying attention to what i'm working on that they're not just voting straight down the line You're right either. President biden and senator both lost. My district is best election. And i was able to outperform them by about eight points but but i also think it shows that that that people are not just a straight party voters that the tens of thousands of people in this district voted for president trump in voted for me And now it's a question of why. And i've actually spoken to a number of people who voted for trump invoked for me. Part of it is about some of the issues. That are focused in on your the issues. That i give attention to life. Issues with veterans and issues specific to seniors Issues about the opioid crisis. That has hit so hard in my district so that is part of it but again a lot of people tell me that what it comes down to is just it is just the demeanor in some ways that they see me Somebody that while they may not agree with me on every issue they. They know that. I'm in this for the right reasons And i think that that's that means a lot to me. I want to see that. I am genuine ernest in my love of service and my love of this country and that kind of just wanted to make sure that. That's my northstar. Do these town halls every month over thirty three town halls. You know other things like that people like the engagement they lied. They see me working hard and hustling on their behalf of than in their family. So you know that. That's those are some of the takeaways that i that i get from neo friendly luncheon and so And that is a a a nice Dare say rosy picture of your district. However i was watching you on with My msnbc colleague Nicole wallace and and you were on talking about the tragedy in atlanta The mass shooting where eight people have died. Six of whom are asian asian american And sort of what that says about the tenor and tone of the conversation in this country and wondering from your perspective. How much of a role did donald trump play in. Fostering an atmosphere of menace daresay violence against asian-americans by using racist language to talk about the coronavirus pandemic. I the way. I sort of liking. This is that the former president certainly played a big role in in the situation. That rig i liken it to pour gasoline on a fire taking the situation in igniting even further fanning those flames. But i say that. By also recognizing that those flames existed before donald trump existed before the crowd of ours. It's going to exist after donald trump and after the krona virus I've experienced over the course of my whole life. Ever since i can remember events in my life. I remember some form of discrimination. Some former recognizing that other people see me as an other and that the that i'd never felt in my life fully comfortable that people see me as who i am. I just even go to what you just talked about before about about running for congress. I remember when i was running for congress. I talked to two political experts In the democratic party my party and they said look you seem like a nice guy in all but there's no chance you can win the seat because it's eighty over eighty percent white and less than three or four percent asian american and they told me. Why don't you think about going up to north jersey where there's a lot people that look like you and that's how the party tack to me. When i was thinking about running for congress it hurt and also someone that was a diplomat. The state department before that you know worked in afghanistan and iraq and then we found a letter on my desk when the state department telling me banned from working on anything related to korea. I never even applied to work on anything in korea and the united states state department proactively deemed me as unfit to work on an issue. Even though i had top secret security clearance born in the united states but they told me that letter basically how is that. They don't trust my loyalty
Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History: Grindstone
"Only made six career starts but one of them resulted in a victory in the kentucky derby and burst onto the racing. Cd twenty five years ago this month with a win in the louisiana derby. His name was grindstone. A foal from the first crop of nineteen ninety kentucky derby winner dreidel rhinestones was owned and bred by lexington kentucky. Native william tian in the name of his overbrook farm center d wayne lukas grindstone raced twice as juvenile before undergoing surgery for a bone chip in a knee. But after a seven month layoff. He returned to the races with a runner-up relation allowance company at santa anita in february of nineteen ninety-six to start his three-year-old campaign. Despite having made just three career starts grindstone went to new orleans on march seventeen for the great three louisiana derby at a mile and a sixteen despite having nothing more than a maiden special weight victory to his name. Rhinestone was dispatched the two to one second choice behind local favorites arbs magic and it was arbs. Maverick stood and rhinestones way in the final furlong. Tony bentley had. The call takes me puts up. Magic hangs on the inside but it will be grindstone with the lead and sar magic. Grindstone when bill. Louisiana derby by war with terry daily with these victory that day grindstone was now part of discussions for the upcoming kentucky derby but he was lightly raced and no winner of the louisiana derby had won the kentucky. Derby splash gold. In nineteen twenty four grindstone stone would have one more prep race before heading to churchill downs. It would be the arkansas derby on april thirteen. It would be step up to a great two and a stretch out to a mile. An eight rhinestone would enter the starting gate as the eight to five favorite at once again. He would have to deal with the magic in the stretch. Terry wallace brings them home. Describe magic magic comes back. Takes at the magic of turn upset. Rhinestone was only eaten the neck that day but he would be heading to the kentucky derby with a lot of questions surrounding for one thing. Rhinestone had only made five career starts. No horse had won the kentucky. Derby on five starts or less since brokers tip in nineteen thirty-three for another. He wasn't even necessarily the best in these trainers d wayne. Lukas would be sending record. Five horses to the derby and lucas himself was reluctant to rank one above another. As for the rest of the lineup there was unbridled som- who would be the post time favorite. There was avenir from the west coast being trapped by a young trainer. By the name of bob baffert. There were skip away. Who had just set a stakes record in the bluegrass at keeneland. On the first saturday in may nineteen ninety-six. Rhinestone would have to overcome history. He would have to overcome highly talented and more experienced bows and he would have to make a furious. Run in the final furlong. But jockey jerry. Bailey had him in high gear. Dave johnson of abc sports with the goal of cracked late cabinet on the side of town. And here's optima to guide wasn't cabin on the inside was it baby. Mcquaid noted in the top urban grindstone and hit the wire together and it took five minutes for the placing judges to confirm the result of that photo. Finish but the winner of the one hundred twenty second run for the roses was grindstone. As one sports writer. Put it the kentucky. Derby distance is seventy nine thousand inches and by getting his nose in front of the wire grindstone had led only the final four but it was all that he needed five days later. Lucas announced that grindstone had been retired from racing. Following the discovery of another bone chip in the colts need may grindstone the first horse and seventy years to be retired immediately following win in the kentucky derby but he also has become the first horse in seventy two years to win both the louisiana derby and the kentucky derby he had won the first million dollar kentucky derby in history he had given lucas consecutive win and a triple crown race and he had made. Wt young kentucky derby winning owner and brief. I was never proud to stand next to mr young said lucas. Adding this is absolutely the happiest. I've ever been in my life. As a stallion grindstone would become the sire of belmont winter bird stone and the grand sire of classic winners mine that bird and summer bird following his stallion career in kentucky he would relocate to oregon and twenty ten where he would sire more stakes winners in the pacific northwest but the legacy of brian stone began twenty five years ago. This month with a win in the louisiana derby.
Show #56 "Cadet to Comedy" Ross Bennett Shares! - burst 02
"You started off as a west coast comic and then switched over born and raised my younger years in a small town in western new york state. Nothing like i was in florida for a number of years. I was but i was never a new york city garlic and i remember being in l. a. at the comedy store around nineteen eighty one. These new york act started to come out when they were fully formed. Here i was trying to figure out how to do this shit. And when some seinfeld coming out fully formed just just pre prepared or george george. Wallace larry miller our. If there was there was a whole group of them that came out from new york all in that same year and they all had huge success. But as you mentioned they came out having already somewhat honed at least the beginning of their sets their material on the rough stages in new york and came to l. a. a somewhat already vested and you were coming up from sam cisco in la for more just getting started at that time my attitude was. I'm going to have to get to get good someplace. And wherever i get good. If i get out to l. a. it's gonna take me another year two years working in the l. a. So i said i might as well go to la and work on getting good there. Of course. I already had like attendant of that okay. I had an act was good enough to get me into the semi-finals the san francisco comedy competition. I had an act. It was good enough. That when freeman saw me he took me right over to greg. Book made me a regular day me spot. I enacted was good enough. That i could kill at the comedy store and when mitzi called me over she said don't let that fool you. You're not funny jamil. Brutal see was brutal. I haven't heard quite like that.
Sonos announces it's new Roam speaker
"Let sarah santos events ish. They announced a portable bluetooth speaker. Called the rome hundred sixty dollars. It's pretty cool. Yeah it's a uey boom with sonos logo. Very chris wallace because he likes scooped. The whole thing so like the element of surprise is like compared to the boom. It's got sun tech in it. You can also just like seamlessly move audio if your bluetooth thing it to that speaker you can move it to the rest of your center speakers which is cool. Yeah it seems like is about to dramatically expand this product line. Yeah you know it's funny. This is the first really portable sonos product like they had the move was at twenty thousand or something like that. But that was portable from like your kitchen to your porch. Nobody really is bringing that thing around. 'cause it weighs eleven pounds but this is boom sized thing so we're very familiar with that foreign factor. You throw it in a bag take into the park. You take it to the beach. Take it to a friend's house for whenever we can do that again. And like it's bluetooth speaker and then when you're home it's a wifi speaker in integrates with your wifi so system which is really bad so i think it's pretty cool. I think a lot of sonos customers have been wanting this for a long time. I don't know how many people outside of the sonos world will be interested in it but yeah that's a big question is is this going to be an entree into the living dishonest life or not. I love that. They may basically through every feature that i would ask for right. I'm like oh. What do i want to have bluetooth speaker with everything. Okay i google assistant. I want lexa. I want wi fi to connect to sonos. I want bluetooth. I want wireless charging office standard. She pat i wanted to charge a usb. And i don't want to be too big and i wanted to. You know have good sound like they just checked down the list. Like if i had to complain about the spec i would say that the the handoff feature uses like super super high frequency tones that nobody can hear instead of just using an ultra wide band. Or something like okay. Who cares that's really what's tv but a different kind of frequency. Anyway i mean really for for yeah. That's true so i like this thing. Is it worth seventy like. It will be for me. I think because i will. I have it integrated into my sonos system. I will say this in a question that only virtual would ask. We confirm that you cannot use surrounds versa. That's garbage. i take it all back. The only people who asked people care. But i personally loved the idea of putting my surrounds away. Bring you a so funny battery operated through. I don't think anybody else cares about that. It's true they've packed every feature into it. It's very competitive. I think that the idea that like most most days you don't get any value your bluetooth speaker right like it's just like at home. He put it in a closet. You take it out when you want to travel or like your house because it's part of senators. You might get a lot of value out of it. Might like keep it in your bedroom and use it there most days and then we want to leave up and go especially if you buy the charging dock but like patrick spencer. Good friend of our show give in to the yank protocol. He's like we're expanding. We're going to put this thing in stores. You might not expect like particularly outdoor stores looking towards that camping stores. They're moving to expand the product line out of its normal
"wallace" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Uk edition of women in crime is just one case of type of attack that has become an epidemic in the uk and megan. This is one that is going to really sick with you. I know we don't know that much about berlin. Wallace we do know is that she emigrated to the uk from south africa and although little has been published about her childhood i read some reports that she had suffered abuse that she gave birth to a child when she was just fourteen years old later her boyfriend had passed away and then her son had died several years later. Berlin was the victim in a brutal gang rape when she was around twenty years old before she came to the uk at the time of the incident that we're discussing today. Berlin was forty eight years of age and she was a part time fashion student at the university of west of england in bristol in the united kingdom. It's unclear if she was employed at the time or even what her previous work history was people that knew berlin a- saying that she often had trouble controlling her emotions and she was often angry person. If or history true. I kind of. Don't blame her but there were reports of depression and anxiety. But i'm not sure if she was medicated. Or seeking professional help or lena met mark van. Dongen who was in his early twenties at the time in two thousand and ten the two met through a website for people who are living with hiv. Despite the nearly twenty year age gap. They hit it off and some say that mark was inspired by berlin a- and really comforted knowing that she had been living with hiv for more than twenty years. She had allegedly contracted the virus as a result of the sexual assault that she had endured back in south africa. I think berlin made mark feel hopeful since he had been more recently diagnosed. He reportedly contracted the virus from an ex girlfriend. At the time the two met online mark was living in the netherlands..
Inside Frick Madison in New York
"Now on the eighteenth of march. The frick collection will launch frick madison. It's temporary new home on madison avenue in new york until now the collection of our master paintings and sculptures and decorative arts as in the gilded age mansion on central park bequeath to the public. By the industrialist henry clay frick when he died in one thousand nine hundred nineteen and it's more than doubled in size since then mentioned is now closed for renovation and expansion to accommodate collection and special exhibitions so the collection has moved a few blocks but in tune entirely different. Textual realm freak. Madison is housed in the bath. House architect muscle broilers brutalism masterpiece originally built for the whitney museum of american art in nineteen sixty six recently. The home of the met bria so had to bellini and titian van. Dyke rembrandt mir fragonard gainsbourg. Look in these alien surroundings. I spoke to the deputy director and chief curator xavier salomon. Who's overseeing the concept and installation to find out xavier. I wonder if you could cast your mind back to moment the e. I knew you were going to get the boy a building. Full the frick collection. Tell us what he felt at that moment. It was a combination of relief and absolute terror. I think You know relief because you know the plan was to really put the entire collection in storage be closed for a couple of years while we were renovating the building at the frick and then reopened so the idea that we had a place where we could display. The arts was a huge sense of relief and we had talked to a number of museums about getting a few rooms or a floor. And so did they have having an entire building. We could move. The offices and the entire election was absolutely exciting but terrifying. Because you know. Imagine moving the wallace collection to barbican. Oh the jack ready to this on pompidou. I mean it's just the idea of taking something out of its natural context. Let's say as we as we see it and bring it into something that's totally alien so as soon as we made that decision. That was a lot of thinking and a lot of backwards info about what to do with the building. Did you try out in your mind and on paper all sorts of different alternatives in other words. That wasn't a just a preconceived idea. We're going to do it in the way that you've ended up doing it now. Absolutely and the first phase was a lot of thinking a lot of backwards and forwards on various ideas. You know you have a blank canvas and the bank canvas is exciting but at the same time it's also terrifying because you have so many ways you could go and i still think there are other solutions. We could've used. I mean what we did is by no means the only the only option And i'm sure you know people will like it. People will criticize it. People will think it could have been done a different way but out of all the choices together with my team we filled. This was the most logical one for us and the one we wanted to pursue the one. We thought was most interesting but we definitely did play with all sorts of options on at the beginning. We didn't really exclude anything. I mean we started with even the idea of recreating the rooms in a building. The broil yet so just sort of replicating the rooms of the spirit of the rooms and then of course. We went in the opposite direction. And that's sort of why we got to
Boston Red Sox Use New Mercy Rule To Save Garrett Richards In First Inning Of Spring Training
"Sox pitcher Garrett Richards, his first spring training start, was bailed out by the new mercy. See rule the new rule of mercy rule in spring training that has allowed this year, so he got only one out during his first start, loading the bases and walking in a run through 23 pitches in the first inning. You're allowed to now pull a picture this spring after he has thrown 20 pitches regardless of how many outs or runners on base. There are also it was bailed out. Then he went back out, of course and tossed a 123 2nd inning. But Go out there after the manager sees you through a lot, and it's kind of a probably nice feeling. Probably got a lot of guys probably wish that could happen during the regular season. You know it as well. George Wallace Wtlv Sports
"wallace" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Know that you never have to do that again. But also i had a doctor deepish oprah on this podcast and she told me that the most effective way the brain ever hangs onto. New information is via mistake. That is the number one most effective way for us neurologically to remit to maintain remember new information. It's correct powerful imprint. Yeah sorry as you were saying none of it but that so it's it's it's stuff like that really trying to on the on the positive and you know when when my mom gets back from school i don't say would you learn i was i say what made you laugh today. And it's a little insight into him and his friends that he wouldn't tell me Because it would just be gone but then we can remember. Enjoy it together. And it tells me so much about him in his social group and the things that they find funny things that talking about and what's important to him. I want him to feel that. Laughing is important. And just as valid as fractions. Trigonometry or anything like that. I wouldn't have about trigonometry. Raiding carried me three but they give me stories. You know it's like. I was thinking about this yesterday. And i really. I don't know if i can tell my son. But i'm sure it'll be fine with it is very. He can laugh at himself. And it's all good bit when he was really lil. Was a proper little bonding moment between me and him which was he he I popped him on the toilet and he was going to have a little way. And then i left the room for second and i just heard this screen this proper primal scream a scream that you identify immediately as pain on your own so ran back in. And he tried to get himself off the toilet but in doing so he had Coat or scraped certain elements of himself. Not not the main element just be supporting elements only of of gentlemen's agreements. There was there was there was pain there. There was a lot of pain. And i was standing there and i was like. Oh my god. I know. I know it's gonna be alright and he's looking up at me with tears in his eyes and i'm going to walk it off. Walk it off and he. He knows that. I can solve this right because i've sold every other thing. And he looks up at me and he says kiss it better. My god i'm like. I'm like i can't. He's looking at me and tears streaming. Because i've always been able to kiss things better but i'm going. I can't do that. And he's like why i just. He's like kiss it. Bats and i'm like walk it off walked and you know obviously these these issues that you have to do with as a as a father and the. I couldn't really go into why i was unable to do that. Yeah and you know. But things that i'm just like oh i can't wait to tell someone about that but i got a love retell. The story getting it wrong kissed it better. We've been so close everson. Ooh i'm kevin hart and you don't wanna miss my knee show inside. Where have the opportunity to talk to comedians in ways. I've never been able to talk to him before. Why because i believe the most interesting people on the planet intimate conversations. And not the way that you think. I'm not talking about nasty talk. I'm talking about real talk raw. Talk with great dialogue inside jokes about jumping into the minds of our mazen. Comedians inside jokes is available. Now on stitcher just had the image on your screen and to your favorites. You and i were discussing yesterday a when i did the kind of pre chat with you. About what kind of revelation is to you to see competition or to seal these traits that you couldn't really have identified with yourself as an only child like i. I don't think people talk enough about being an only child. And i feel like children get a bad rap for only the kind of bad things about being an only child of selfishness inability maybe to think of someone else i to empathize for. Do you know what i mean. Being an module there's something that definitely is slightly slightly stigmatized. I was so surprised as an only child. When i i think it was when i went to university. And then they ask you all the normal stuff you know. Where did you grow up blah. Your brothers and sisters. And i never realized that being an only child man that people thought you would probably selfish in that way for me and for the only children who are friends of mine what what bonded us was kind of the opposite in in in in away because we didn't feel that we were the center of the world and we didn't act in a selfish way thing because we had to make friends and the way you make friends is to think of others and to get empathy that way and And you have to develop a strange of confidence to be able to go on holiday as i said before you not with your parents and you know you're gonna get monastery but you can't wait to get back to the hotel because there's a games room but when you go into the games room that's going to be all these kids who know each other who a brother and sister and you've got to make a friend and i used to say to my parents. I'm off to make a friend. And then i would go and make a friend and you can't make a friend if your selfish terribly traditional like that feels like that because i think people go one way or the other some people really just don't know how to make friends because i spend time they end up getting off a games console or something and they don't learn how to make friends that's really interesting. I wonder if there's something about the way that you and your friends. Maybe we're raised. That made you more confident. Took out there giving. I was given lots of confidence by my mom. And certainly another wattage for attention you know and and that all helps but equally. I moved around a lot as a kid and so we moved. Every you know have many years and up and down the country unto berlin forbidden back. And so i was constantly meeting new people and having to fit in when i when i when i grew up until i was about eight other very very strong scottish accent.
"wallace" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Right i've enjoyed. I've enjoyed the news a bit more for once for a change. I've liked all of the action coming out of the biden harris administration. A like the talk of climate change control. I like the talk of racial equality being taken seriously and and and police reform being addressed so instantly. This feels hopeful. I hope they keep the same energy throughout the next four. Hopefully eight years because it feels good. I'm i'm developing something called faith something i'd lost for a really long time so i'll try not to get too ever excited but dammit we designed to be a bit excited wherever we can because these bleak times. I hope you're starting to feel a bit better. January's finally ending god. January was long. Fuck may it was like a year long. Thought it was never gonna end. It was awful. It was so awful. I felt so awful during it. And so i'm enjoying lending. And no. I'm sensing a tiny bit more positively in energy coming back into the people around me. The people that i follow online. We're moving on. We are such resilient people with such a resilient generation. We should be so proud of ourselves for everything that we managed to withstand. I know i say that often. But i really mean it. Thank you by the way for sending so many lovely messages. To britney floyd mayo. She was my guest last week. She goes by the name trump yoga bay on instagram and she has the most extraordinary life story. One of the more extraordinary ones. I've known ever had on this podcast but i've ever heard in my life and if you are not into yoga that's okay. This episode is still for you. Because i'm not into yoga. I'm not really into any kind of exercise in particular. And i always found it very very inaccessible and she talks about it in this way. That makes it sound so fun and funny and invigorating and empowering and just real. It doesn't feel pretentious inaccessible. She is diversifying the world of yoga the world of exercise and not just bringing black women and women of all different backgrounds and all different sizes. She is making yoga a party. And it's mostly just to human. She is her philosophies on life how she's managed to develop them through such immeasurable hardship. She such a legend. So definitely go back and give listen if you missed it. But for those thousands and thousands and thousands of you who did enjoyed it. Thank you for your messages. Really appreciated them. I shall try and get her back as soon as possible. And i will be featuring more my instagram. Because i think she might be the legend that we need to carry us through this year. Anyway onto this week's guest so this man. His name is danny willis. He wrote a book. Many many years ago called the yes man and it became an international success global phenomenon and then jim carey even made a movie about his book. Now the reason i bring this up is because this book had maybe the biggest impact on my entire life any book ever has or may ever will. Because it's about this man who's in a real slump in his life he's just fallen apart. He's not got the energy to do anything and he makes a snap decision one day to stop saying yes to life. Start saying yes to everything. Thought saying yes to adventure to find out why yes with take him in life and it's a hilarious book full of ups and downs. That yeses can take us to and it just came at. The right moment is coming out with my teens when i read it and i had been such a fearful shamed scared and lonely trepidation. Reticent person the exact opposite of of the woman i am now i read that book and thought maybe maybe i'll start saying yes but yes. Oh my terms not yes. To what patriarch misogyny our society tells me to see us to yes to my own adventures and so some examples of that are that one day as an english teacher. I was asked. But i like to try out for a job on national television in the uk on the biggest show the biggest youth entertainment show that ever had an i. I said no and then i thought well. What would danny wallace want me to do. He want me to say yes. So i went to the audition and by some miracle got it and started what is now better. Thirteen year career in a completely different industry. When i was never ever planning on being in a remotely prepared for years later i was told that may be. I would be good on the radio. I thought it'd be really difficult technical and humiliating if i'm bad at it. Radio is a very specific thing where you're controlling the desk at the same time as talking and you can't rely on people being able to see your facial expression so similarly to with podcasting you have to communicate everything just with your voice and you feel so exposed so naked to all of your listeners. And i i immediately said no. And i thought again well fuck. What would danny wallace say. It say yes. He set himself up for the national humiliation. And go for it. So i did and you know that went fine. Within about year. I was given a job as the first woman in history to ever host. The official cia on bbc radio one's comic radio station and and had been on after sixty years and they'd never let a woman host. It and i would never have known that how not decided to say yes to very likely national humiliation and it was tough. People gave me a hard time. When i started but i persevered then. I thought about moving to america. I was twenty eight years old and people telling me i was too old and i was a size. Uk twelve which is a usa. And they said i was too fat fucking insane and they They said that. I was maybe two ethnic. Though at all south asians in the american industry both on and off cameras. There was no point me leaving this industry over in the uk where i was lucky enough to have built a name for myself against all odds. I knew that danny wallace would have wanted me to say yes so i hopped on a plane on a one way ticket with no visa. No plans no friends. And i moved here and decided to figure out how to make a life for myself once here. I was asked to audition for this. Tv show called the good place with mike show. And i thought no. I can't act. Draw a line here. I will not act opposite. Ted danson and kristen bell who will only make me look like an even shitter actor. Because they're so good. I'm not even with a bunch of amateurs. I'm with a bunch of legends.
"wallace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview
"Country would be better served if we allowed both people to speak with fewer interruptions, I'm appealing to you sir to do. And him too. Well, frankly, you've been doing more interrupted, but he just plenty well less than zero. Now. Less than you have I've done. All knows everything in the business covered Ronald Reagan. For six years I've interviewed foreign leaders been all over the world not blase I get still get excited but I've had those experiences to suddenly be the moderator of a general election debate was something I had never done before and while I went about it the way I go about my business, which is intense preparation. There were moments when the task ahead of me and the stakes were overwhelming and I would get huge waves. Of. Zayed. Chris Wallace speaking to us back in September about his first presidential debate as moderator. In Twenty, sixteen is the veteran Fox News anchor who moderated Tuesday nights fractious encounter between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in Cleveland Ohio. Before Tuesday night's debate wallace at vowed beforehand to be as invisible as possible to ally the candidates and the issues in a consequential election year to take center stage. Well, initially, that's exactly what happened. But not for the reasons wireless had imagined he was drummed out by interruptions and the barracking unfolding on the stage in front of him before intervening as moderator over presidential debate has ready how to do before. Was told The New York Times the next day that he was disappointed with how Tuesday night's debate played-out I'm a pro he's. I've never been through anything like this. Many of US watching the debate at home would have empathized with that statement. Chris Wallace is one of the most respected news anchors and political interviews in the US his career spans fifty years and some of the most storied and capacity in US broadcast news. He was once the moderator of meet the press on BC he. Is respected for bringing fantasy to his questions trait. He learned in part from his father Mike Wallace, the late legendary TV news correspondent well, last month in the calm before the storm of that controversial I debate on Tuesday I spoke to Chris Wallace about that news casting heritage and about the state of US media I'm Thomas Lewis and this is the big interview. So. To start at the start. Chris you've been in journalism for so many years by the stage. Do you have a memory of when the idea of being a journalist I hit here? Is the person who wants to be in the job you wanted to do. In nineteen sixty four, I was an intern at the to national conventions. News had a a program which was your nepotism, but I think it was actually a good idea. They offered the sons and daughters of correspondents and producers the opportunity to work at the conventions to get a sense of what their mom or dad did for eleven. So I was Walter, cronkite gopher and the anchor both at the Barry Goldwater convention in San Francisco when I, say go for Gopher, coffee pencils, and Goldwater was there Dwight Eisenhower was there Nelson Rockefeller was booed off to the podium and I remember thinking to myself at age sixteen I can't believe. People get paid to have so much fun. To look back at the chopped of your career and when you look journalism the state of it in the United States now, the trajectories matchup of what you experienced in the work you did in the early days of your career with what is expected of journalism now in the US, would you say well, it hasn't changed for made, but I think it has changed for Journalism Writ Large, I get complimented. Praised a lot these days for being fair I can't tell you. That when you'd see people how many people come up and say, I, I liked the fact that you are equally toss on both sides and while I like being raised as much as the next person I, actually find it a depressing commentary on the State of journalism today because when I started full time in journalism and nineteen, sixty nine as a reporter for the Boston. Globe. Being, fair was the bare minimum requirement that kept you from being fire. You were praised for how you wrote how you reported how you broadcast, but you didn't get praised for being fair. That was just assume, and now it isn't anymore and the idea that you don't pick sides that you hold both sides to a pound is. Kind of an oddity and as I say I find that. Sale. And he's not any way that the tide can turn on. What would you say? Chris, who has news kind of blood into opinion too. I think that it has become. Our whole society is so polarized and I. It's not right last it's not liberal conservative. It's it's almost tribal. You know I think that what your views are tends to reflect. Not just your politics bought what part of the country lived in what your relationship is faith and organized religion. It has become so much broader than just I believe in this party or that party, and unfortunately I think that news coverage has gotten swept up and in that tribal view of the world. I'm not saying I'm the only person by any means, but it is Kinda lonely to be equally tough on both sides to not pick a party belief I drive the Barda but to try to do what I think is good old fashioned journalism to be not from. And that idea of good old fashioned journalism as he puts it that Chris. In a moment like this in an unprecedented time in the US and elsewhere in terms of what people want and the kind of information people expect from journalists. Is there something to be said more broadly about the return to a more old fashioned way of giving people these? Do you think the importance of that? Well I think there is but I don't think that's the way. Journalism is head of these days I'm not say it's GonNa to continue but when you look At Cable News and I would include all three cable news channels when you look at. At the major newspapers in this country I can't speak so well or really at all about overseas I don't see it headed in the direction. Of fact, generally I headed much warren the in.
"wallace" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"In my assistance down to cut it down to one hundred, forty characters because sometimes I tend to write my tortoise completely different than my. Than my comedy because I'm different rebel. Just. Do things differently. You know you know especially grown up does a poor kid no when I was a kid. My dog only had one Rabi. You understand about being course. We had a choice. We all watch law. Order, we couldn't. We never knew that was a son. I was. At. SAMFORD okay. Because I do stupid shit. Yeah. So you I want to ask you about some of your recent tweets and if you remember what made you do it like so you met you recently tweeted grew up so poor we're only watch law order. How does how did that come to you? They like let me write that down. That's that's like when I grow on people. So we were so poor. We're going even aboard the Oh and you just thought you'd only on the second we will. So you just don't have little things like that and they started to click in your head and then you start to think about other things people say like I'm a rebel, I don't play by the rules are do you know I'll drink half glass of whole milk? Whole glass half an ass I don't give a shit. Me Latoya Mason Sing Tao. These are not funny when I do not funny. The replies a funny. Lady told me Mr Wallace you say, you drink a half, a glass of whole milk and the whole. Half. You may not give a shit you're going to take one so so That's what it gets. Good I did shut out to the top five bands. I did Peter Pan did pandemic I did black shot Tan I did. Whatever it is one of my replies you back how `Bout Guy all that stuff that that throws maple loop for when people could. Just have like this week I. Think he tweeted Australia check my Mike at the cow check and check my tooth during a bike check i. don't really I don't give a shit anymore. Do you remember Cathy? Does my John. Nelson. Sit Back and put things together like that. The cowboys and the nickel make a choice when the shit goes down between the cow in the boys. Someone will have to make a decision who you with here I I don't give a shit anymore. I'll drinker out eat pancakes out of a cup and cup kicks out of a Pan I don't give a shit. Okay. I'll eat French toast in London and an English muffin in France I don't play by the rules I don't give out take a refrigerator manion and put read on other I don't give a shit I don't play by the rules. how did you land on doing the top fives recently did a shadow top five foot in the world big lucky rabbit's shooting yourself in the athletes in my left added you land on that format I don't know I just grow into them. I just go into a Milky Listrik with this for awhile top by words top-five. I'll get into something else. I don't give a shit. What is it got to book here ready to go I'll straight up on a book. Australia on on a boogie board, I'll boogie on and on and boards Shit I don't you know the book is about eight months old I don't what do it right so it's all good that what is it up straight up hands on a guidebook and God's Handbook so I don't even know what I'm saying to him. I don't even know funny sometime I'll just list you. Do you feel like if a person around. If they only read your tweets do you feel like they're getting a? A specific sample of who you are as a comedian like, do you feel like you have a new set of who? Still are getting the George Wallace experience like do you feel like this? You know they're ramblings they're stupid. You feel like it's representative of you. Yes, it's a new set of fans that sing a different side of George. Wallace that were to come to the show. They might go like am I do some tweets might not. But they. Exchanged to make something funny in one, hundred, forty characters. is, different. Yeah and then you pick up another sense of humor. You know it's it's it's. What what I got here. It just saying baby corn. Is going to have to pick a side when the shit goes down between the babies and a corn. Okay. Let's go back. Let's just keep going to. Cut Annuities. Is. Just. I will not be signing with Atlanta Hawks this year. Because A. A A different interest in something like that. So I respect I would respect my my time of difficulty. I just I don't know what I'm saying I don't know. If. I wanted to ask you about one that he had recently, which was it wasn't even jokers. Nice thing you tweeter which is not sure who need this right now boudoir wonderful and your loved and you're the only you and this entire world and what not Because people need love right now people going to a lot of things now. With the anxiety going on the world and people living alone and. Being quarantined. So. Always. Remember you a you. You are loved and thank you for being you and thank you for putting smiles on people's face as in the book base sixty to honor your essence on your show people you love. What you do. And when you love what you do, the money will come don't worry about it when you love what you do, the money will come. Do you have a favorite joke of yours or best joke or jokes that you imagine you'd want printed in a you know some obituary to be morbid or you want on your wikipedia page is the George Wallace Joke I. Don't know. I'm doing a job right now about people saying stupid stuff here too late on. Said, she said I, feel comfortable in my own skin. Well. Like you had a choice like you. You never try to about skin. So I You don't know I'm no I feel much better than Jeff. Basil Skin I'm pretty sure that. Feel real good and over skin then I then. I. Get to live as. Art Good Good L. Shopping Skin. is going to be a little tight but. It's going to then I do joke with him, and then I'm going my favorite joke right now is probably. A. God She's is about. I can't even think of the. L.. Sharpton had all. He's getting if AL SHARPTON CHURCH GETTING RID OF THE INWARD? And It's not good to use the infer talk about it. and. We should stop using US but I'm old enough to the end where was here when I got here and it's going to be when I leave. I said so Al Sharpton they had a funeral for the inward if put to inward in the competent, they took it into church they saying over and they cold the coughing with the N. Word in it. And they took the inward in the corporate down to the cemetery and they buried the end word they buried the N. word. But on that third day..
"wallace" Discussed on Radio Diaries
"It may sound familiar. We're actually going back more than five decades on the show today to a time when Alabama governor four time presidential candidate George. Wallace was perfecting the politics of resentment and race baiting. Lot of people have commented on the similarities between that time, and now John Lewis was one of them. Louis, of course, was the legendary civil rights leader Congressman who died last month you'll hear his words later on the show. Lewis surprising take on Wallace. He questioned if Wallace actually believed outweigh things he was saying. Lewis Theory is that George Wallace was a savvy politician and he knew just what to say to get ahead. George Wallace. His political career as a moderate with black support, the end Lacey Pe- even backed him in his first bid for governor. But after he was defeated nineteen fifty eight following the Montgomery bus boycott in the Supreme Court decision in Brown versus board of Education Wallace course in his next election Wallace rebranded himself and one. As, he stepped up to the podium at his inauguration in nineteen sixty, three wallace delivered. One of the most vehement rallying cries against racial equality in American history. Segregation now segregation tomorrow segregation forever. Whatever may have really been in George Wallace's heart before that day and in his later years that one single sentence became his legacy. Today in the show, the infamous words of George Wallace. My name is Wayne Green Hall. I always a newspaper reporter in Montgomery Alabama back in the nineteen sixties, I was a student activist and my name is Dr James Vpo Junior. My name is Dan. Carter. I wrote a biography of George Wallace, my name is. Lewis. I'm a member of the House of Representatives. And I. Remember the speech farewell. Beta. This is the way they are mine all. Governor of the State of Alabama George Wallace was inaugurated on the steps of the capital. The streets were packed all his followers all over the state crowding around the platform. And many of them wearing these white flowers which were meant to symbolize their commitment to white supremacy blacks were not invited to a tin was open to the public anyone in the public, but we were not the public. All of the major networks cover his inaugural address national television and that really catapulted him onto the national scene. So he proceeds to milk for everything that he can. Method back to Washington. Representatives who are here with us today that from this day we are standing up. And they he'll appear in does not fit the next on upright man. Putting on a show. He marched back and forth shook his fist. He was promised and he was going to stand alone for the southern calls the calls of the white people. Vehement it's mean-spirited is hateful. But how he said it was magnificent. Amalgamated into the one unit. As advocated by the Communist philosopher. Then the enrichment of our lives, the freedom of our development is found forever. Come down for a Mongol unit of one. Race. The white southerners who were standing out there in that freezing cold stomping their feet finally there was somebody who was saying what they felt, who is expressing their deepest fears about what's going to happen Hey. Somebody Express. It and Wallace was the one that did it. He said no matter what Supreme Court said and Brown versus the Board of Education. No matter what the federal government is saying we will continue to exercise states rights and we will continue to segregate. Let us after the car freedom-loving blood that is in. and. Answer to the caring and it. CAME FROM person. Might Governor? Elected official was saying in effect you. Would not welcome. You would not welcome in the name of the greatest people that have ever car. Bro The line in the dust. and. Before. The feet of tyranny and I say segregation now segregation tomorrow and Keurig Asian for her. Words can be very powerful. Words can be dangerous. Governor Wallace, never pull the trigger he never find the guy. But in his speech, he created environment for others to pull the trigger. In today's two weeks and months to come. We began to feel the sting of the speech. People, Night Ryan and burning. Crosses. The police beat down people and ran over them with horses. Put Tear gas on him. Later. During the same year, we witnessed the bombing of church. Will Fuller girls were killed on Sunday morning. This. was a very difficult and dog time in the American south..
"wallace" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"On the weather channel, APP and weather dot com. Forgotten is a new podcast about hundreds of young women who have disappeared and turned up dead in Juarez Mexico right across the border from El Paso Texas it a story about borders, migration and corruption. We talked to victims families FBI. Agents and former US ambassador to understand why these crimes remained unsolved. Listen to forgotten women of whereas on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your put costs. The FBI says the new found in BUBBA. Wallace garage stall at Talladega. superspeedway in Alabama had been there since two thousand nineteen and they're determined. No crime was committed. Now. That's according to the FBI in fact, NASCAR says the item in question is a garage door pool rope fashioned like a news that have been positioned in the garage since last fall NASCAR ADS Bubba. Wallace was not the target of a hate crime. A representative said although the news is now known to have been in garage number four in two thousand and nineteen. No one could have known. Mr Wallace would be assigned to garage number four last week. The FBI and the US prosecutors say the decision not to pursue federal charges is proper I see. What I see what happens, so? It wasn't in his garage since two thousand eighteen at this particular speedway, he got a sign that yes four. Yeah, when he walked in, he saw the news for the first time. Guy On on understandable mistake again you think wow! I walked in here, but no, it's just been in there. Since two thousand nineteen, who had the news photo was the? Garage pull raw food that they made it like a news. It was all white beaming. Definitely not, they know somebody made the news. It's a news, not you. But you say it was a hate crime, because it's all white people ain't nobody driving called black, but bubble yet so when he got assigned garage. That's the mistake it ain't like. It was been hanging in there since two thousand and nineteen, he just noticed it in his garage that was one he got assigned for Talladega, or and he got assigned to him. Then they put it in there. It's. They said it's been in there since last year. The FBI and the US prosecutors again say the decision not to pursue federal charges is proper after reviewing all available facts and all applicable federal laws, so they're not going to. Pursue it. They said it wasn't a crime and it wasn't a hate crime screw. Well, that's good. Yeah, 'cause I know. He was feeling some type of way. Black lives matter to. You who's emotional but I'm no good hair well, if I walk in the garage and see news, I'm going figures for meat and eggs a Zach. turn-up is real. Wait turn all the. going. Trying to. Though. Were getting tossed. About is a male. Which? Don't. But he handled it. All. What. Company ill. What to? Be. Alone, Would have been my? They might have found that news, wasn't he? With Steve Ass. Pete is definitely hey. All right coming up next and thirty four minutes after the hour. We'll have more of the Steve Harvey Morning. Show right after this you're listening to. Hardly morning show. A Fam- Jada Pinkett Smith here bringing your favorite Red Table. Talk episodes to podcast I want to introduce you to two of the most important women in my life, my mom. She's really old school. I never wanted you to be in that situation like not date will at all, and then we have my daughter willow. I'm going to be like ancestors interest do what I need to do. Listen to the Red Table, talk podcast presented by Facebook Watch and Westbrook audio on the iheartradio APP, apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. Guys it's bobby bones I host the bobby bones show and pretty much always sleepy, because I. Wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show with your allies. We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world that they possibly can, and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music, too, so wake up with a bunch of my.
"wallace" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Are you with those that think? BUBBA was playing the victim card, or is this not even still a bad look for Nascar your turn away. Let's get to the cost George Rusty in Kentucky. What are you to say? Hey, what's up I? Show every day. Love what Y'all been. Thank you man, thank you. Definitely did not. Look for BUBBA. He believed the guy on his. Dislike anybody in any team sport. What do most of the time? I do think nice car. Come out of this with a little bit egg on their face, even though they're making all these great changes. Just because they. They orchestrated this whole big. Parade before they even made it on their own investigation to get done. This was something that could have waited till next week's race at Pocono when they had more information on hand. But but I feel like they kind of tried to push this whole. We're changing, and and but it's going to be our spokesman for it to the forefront before they had the information that they needed. Not It looked at. That's true. You can't deny that I think it looks good because their intentions were pure. But. Yeah, there's no doubt that you can. Some people are going to look at it as they rush George. Yeah. I think that if you feel like that, you have A. When you consider the. Death threats that he had been receiving after the confederate flag. Thing that if you look at it and say what was NASCAR being proactive to keep his safety, then, yes, you can understand why they would have wanted to do it to see if safety was even in jeopardy, but I do agree with the caller, and maybe you should have done your own internal investigation I, but but but this is one of those things that when it hits. Hits the media a lot of times that it gets you know it gets magnified and amplify because this could have literally been a person from NASCAR, saying okay, we're going to investigate this and then a reporter here is about it, and then somebody else wants to make sure that they have the scoop to their reporting the news, and then all of a sudden it spread like a wildfire, which was I don't believe which was Nascar or Bubble Wallace's intention because you do want to know. Who, who and where and what happened? Before you go to pointing fingers and all that stuff, because black people have been a victim of that for a long time and think that it is important to always be cautious. When comes to that?.
"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"They live. And if that had gone through then we would have on with But because people in this very small town that they live in actually spoke out and kind of vouched or family They were able to avoid that So I don't have a personal connection to the incarceration story but I I think just that story that I do have is how Important it is to stand up for your neighbors and you know if you do that in sometimes and stop bad things from happening. Yeah I mean I hadn't heard Stories like your ancestors but Y- like he just said Nina. I think in a sort of ironic way. You're you're just sharing. That is to me the better example that Andrew Yang could have pushed that that it's not up in in in the case of your great grandfather wasn't up to him and let not like he had the position or the power to actually make a difference but it was his non Japanese American neighbors who actually stood up for him and prevented an injustice. Right so I just think that's interesting. Maybe that's kind of running in the background when you were writing this response. So what did you think when you read his piece? I know you quoted the kind of the problematic section. I'll just read it here for our listeners. you said in an op. Ed for the Washington Post this week former Democratic presidential candidate enjoying urged Asian Americans to combat a recent surge in anti-asian hate quote embracing and showing Americanise in ways. We never have before in quote. He praised japanese-americans volunteered for military service for World War Two concentration camps to quote demonstrate that they were Americans unquote conveniently ignoring the state violence that narrowed their choices and erasing those who were enlisted against their will and concludes that Asian Americans who face racism today should likewise quote show without a shadow of a doubt that we are Americans who will do our part for our country in this time of need unquote. So take us from there. Yeah I have some feelings reading that I think like a lot of people I think that you know. Obviously what e- is referring to you know this.
"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Been a lot of chatter on social media and probably With people keeping proper social distance but in person About the racial icing of the novel virus and I think a week ago or so. Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang. Who's been on this podcast? He wrote an OP. Ed for the Washington Post where he basically was encouraging Asian Americans I mean it came across to minibus as to really prove during this time where we're being targeted and scapegoated that we are just as American if not more American as anybody else in this country and That was usually problematic for a lot of folks in started with myself and My guest today. Nina Wallace is communication coordinator for DENCH DOT. Org Up in Seattle and she wrote. I think the definitive response to and I do hope that he read it. I know that he did a a subsequent next chart dot COM Interview where he tried to respond to his critics but Nina I just want to thank you for using some of your work at home. Stay at home. Time up there in Seattle to come on the program and to outline what it is that you saw was hugely problematic. So thank you for coming on the PODCAST. And so tell us a little bit about didn't show There's a lot of folks out there that may not have heard of densch. Oh and then how you came to work. There is a Japanese American and a history education or up in Seattle.
"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"And it's pretty pain-free problem free Don't assume that that's always going to be the case Life as a way of literally tripping us up and so you know whatever your mentality is when times are pain-free in good. I hope I hope. It's deep enough and Sobering enough to to also allow for when times are hard as we will have those times for sure. I think that Times are hard right now for a lot of us who identifies. Asian Asian American because of the racial housing of this Kobe. Nineteen virus and I'm really really thrilled that You can eavesdrop on his conversation. I had recently with Nita Wallace because Any anytime anywhere else like enjoying are asked to speak represent Asian Americans. It's really important that we Do Do our homework to to really understand. Especially if it's part of a tribe group that's different than ours under the Asian American umbrella We really need to learn those histories and in this case. It's great hearing from someone from the Japanese American tribe exactly why using Japanese Americans as examples of proving their great American. This patriotism is.
"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Thirty nine. Where my guest? This week is Nina Wallace. She is the Communications Coordinator at a nonprofit organization in Seattle called dench. Oh and you can find it at dench dot org and just a great organization. That's dedicated to sharing the stories of Japanese. American incarceration during World War Two to promote justice and Equity. Today Nina herself is a fourth generation or Yonsei a Japanese American and She has written for a number of publications but it was her blog for dench. Oh in the immediate aftermath of Andrew Yang's much talked-about op Ed in the Washington Post where he was encouraging asian-americans to be inspired by the example of Japanese Americans during World War Two following the attack on Pro Harper by the Imperial Japanese Navy To to show their true Americanise by kind of overt displays including Wearing red white and blue and and you know putting on the uniform and going to fight like four forty second. Nina's column was Even to this day to me the clearest explanation as to why gangs use the Japanese Americans. History was problematic and so immediately reached out to her and she was kind enough to Agree to come on in a couple of days after that and We have this conversation where I asked her. Really to unpack so much of what? I appreciated from her blog. So really looking forward to you able to eavesdrop on that conversation with Nina now last week in the introduction. I shared that I was recently diagnosed with early stage prostate cancer and it still a very sobering. Thought to know that there's cancer in my body but honestly because I have no symptoms in also because they haven't prescribed any invasive treatments. It's not something that really preoccupies me. I don't like the idea that I have cancer but As the experts say slowest we have keep actively watching this. This very little chance that I'm going to die from this cancer. I'll die from something else but not this now. There is something physical that has been daily focus of mine for the last several weeks and that is Severe lower pain in my back or severe pain in my lower back and then more recently within the last week a flare up of the bursitis in both of my hips. Now I've been scratching my head and trying to figure out what was the cause of this recurrence of this back pain. I mean I get this every several years and I forget about it when it's not there but when it comes to me and there's no forgetting about this so part of it is Well I was working on a jigsaw puzzle with my family and I know that being hunched over a horizontal surface for hours on end has caused twinges in my back but because of that I made sure not to do it. That long This time because I'd been doing a lot of weeding of our large front and back lawns during this. Stay at home and Notice that when I finally straighten up I had the sharp pain in my back in so I was already kind of kind of babying it and so I kind of explained to my family. Don't expect me to contribute a lot. This particular jigsaw puzzle but definitely. I'm thinking that the number one contributor to this bout of this lower back pain is all the hours. I've spent binge-watching Very shows on Netflix. In particular during this time of having a not go out right You know my while. I'm sitting there watching it episode after episode. I'm kind of caught up in the unfolding drama but then I think too many hours of doing that especially in my comfortable recliner Sofa. It's just not been good for my lower back and it got so bad several weeks ago. That I finally said you know what I'm GonNa go find a new chiropractor and fortunately many of them were opened during this. Stay at home corentin. And so I found one and she In addition to the adjustments that she was doing was suggesting for me Something to do at home and one of them was icing which I told her. Well that's a problem because I actually have this condition that makes me produce huge hives as a hit me. Reaction to temperatures colder than seventy two degrees. Then the while. I've never heard of that. And then she said well If you can get an inversion table that would help relieve pressure on your spine. And I've been thinking about one of those ever seen them. But they're like a a big teeter totter and you clip your ankles securely and then and then you stretch your arms over your head and if you've adjusted the center of gravity correctly you slowly tilt backwards Various angles and you suspend their upside down for several minutes to produce. This decompression right. And so I went on guys very motivated. I went on Amazon and they found a good one and it wasn't that expensive in after. Tell you after each of my sessions every day It does feel like one. I'm Taller Pie increments. But it does feel like there's more space between my vertebrae and so I think that's good. My youngest brother who lives up in the Pacific northwest. He happened to call me while I was going through these treatments early on in this episode. And he's at. Hey Man I had the same kind of thing Every so often I get the severe lower back pain. It's like in barely standing can barely walk and Yeah I've seen a chiropractor into this. And that and he says the one thing that's really been helpful for me is to ice it I explained my allergy to cold. Temperatures and He said well all I can tell you. Man Is Isis the best thing. Because you know as your chiropractor said that areas inflamed and so then it hit me as well you know when I've had to go riding in the cold In the mornings I usually take an antihistamine and that keeps the highest at bay. So I've been taken to an his being Every day as I get up and I make my coffee and then I ice my back in ice both my hips. I have the Bositis and it does seem to bring some relief but the other thing that my brother brought up was that he's dead He had severe lower back problems for most of his life. And you know I used to think okay well because After the war when he came back he He literally built our own house in and he did a lot of heavy lifting We've heard all the stories and You Know I. I was convinced that his back problems. Because you know he he used the block and tackles set up the lower the huge air conditioning unit into the basement. That kind of stuff Wasn't because you know he. He's genetically predisposed to have lower back problems while hearing the story of my younger brother comparing it to my own. I'm now thinking differently that this back pain that my dad always dealt with was something that was built into his skeleton in fact my x rays actually showed that the reason I have bursitis is because of the skeleton is built so okay And did it. You know in in the years that I was living at home and around my dad and he would go through these periods of back pain I didn't have a whole lot of sympathy. I've had a lot of pity. It's like wow dad's really groaning can't straighten up fully too bad hate sex to be him. But now that I'm older and my brother helped me realize the parallels I'm like. Yeah you know what Maybe this is something that my dad passed on to us On kind of intrigued to talk to our middle brother to find out if he also suffer some these periodic bouts of lower back pain But just having the other sample of my other brother Makes both of US BELIEVE THAT? This is something that has come from being literally sons of our father It's it's it's not fun to have anything painful and certainly a chronically painful and I will tell you as I'm working through it this Most recent time There are days when I just wish this would all go away but I know in addition to going for my Jesmyn. I know there are things that I have to do and I am focused on doing because I'm just tired of groaning like my father in having those moments can't straighten up fully. And you know my chiropractor is telling me that once this is over and I'd say I'm on the but fifty sixty percent better at least in my back You know there are other things that have shown up in her scans of my spine and stuff like that that we need to continue working on to hopefully Alleviate this periodic Problem with my lower back. Hey you know at this point. I opened all kinds of ideas There are some of you out there who have chronic pain in problems that You don't have really any promise or any hope that is going to get better one day and again. I can't totally empathize with you. Because that's I don't think that's my situation but my heart really goes out to you having to deal with this right now It it really makes me think about my friends were confined to wheelchairs or a one particular friend who still dealing with the aftermath of his stroke. Where every day you're faced with challenges that seem to really dictate how your day's GonNa go. I know a little bit now about what that's like and I just want you to know that I can't mansion Just just having to deal with it every little thing with without a lot of hope that The darkness this this pain is is or problems. Are going to be lifted Anytime soon a obviously I hope and pray with them that it will but sometimes. That's not the diagnosis. I think a little bit about how my attitude might be affected. If this doesn't go away you know Right I'm working on things and seeing things a little bit better but you know what what if it never really completely goes away. What I can't return to the life that I typically take for granted and enjoy You know living I guess I'll have to see how I deal with that. If that's the case I guess the lesson here it there's two one is I think I am much more father son physically even and even I think spiritually Then I ever really thought growing up. 'cause my mom made it. Kinda her number one goal in life to make sure that we didn't really value our father in a lot to do with their relationship And already had some breakthroughs in appreciating that Some of the things that I I do value in myself I had to get them from my dad and You know but it's a package deal so I got my dad's back to but I think the other lesson in life. Is You know if your life is going good..
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