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Fresh update on "wallace." discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters
"Mcmillan glad to have you with us bench. Now we've lost four drivers out of the championship picture in the cup series. We've not the couple out of the truck series and now we've got the field set to start. The playoffs in the xfinity series window. Line is up better in the future. How they do it but you know it listed big confusing the media. I don't know but Fans out of how they feel about it but now this attack the time of year we start. Start to see some shuffling around as team started. You know get themselves ready for next year. i. I wonder if it's going to be different this year. Because we've got the next gen car next year so i guess that relationship building can be important for drivers and crew chiefs but beyond that. What else you can accomplish. Yeah i would say that if you were in normal circumstances you know. These last races would be test races right. Everybody would be testing. you know because they. They aren't running for the championship anymore. They aren't in the playoffs. Case may be but you know. I don't know really how much you can learn When you're going to the new car next year but certainly there's some drivers that are shuffling teams that Kurt busch going over to twenty three eleven and and You know putting those the personnel together. Probably a lot. I think is happening behind the scenes at teams more so than what you happen to see and the in the driver's seat we saw last week and we don't you and i were talking about it night during the break. It wasn't necessarily playoff. You know not not in the playoffs related the move at twenty three eleven with bubba wallace getting bootie barker as crew chief and mike wheeler moving kind of as director competition and that was seemed to be intended anyway with them adding the second team. Wheels was always gonna intended to be kind of the director of competition over there. Yeah that's i think what. He was hired as britain. It makes the playoffs than they probably. Don't make this move. But the fact that he. He misses the playoffs. They're building a new shop from the ground up from scratch. And they're adding the second team with kurt busch. Next year i think that as denny hamlin told us before the bristol race mike wheeler has a lot on his plate at. They're asking him to do a ton of things right now and to ask him to also. Hey manage our one car right now at the racetrack and make sure it gets good results with us. I think that was just a little bit too much of an ask and so As denny said they had bootie barker on the team they know he knows how to run a race weekend. They know who he knows how to get through a car through tech. We were just talking. I mean he was a crew chief back in two thousand and three dave blaney back in those in those days so yeah. I think it's a good move for twenty three eleven racing especially with kurt. Busch coming aboard and allowing wheeler to kind of get freed up to to focus on the future for that team. You know when you look at it and obviously you've got you know the four hundred cars still in their bench. You've got the three penske cars still you've got you know the the gibbs cars still around as well and the one stewart haas car still around but when you look at that vents normally it's within those organizations you start to see some shuffling around so with these guys alive. You're not going to see the shuffling there. But you mentioned kurt. Busch for instance going over to twenty three eleven. I would wonder if for instance if matt mccall. If if he wanted matt mccall crew chief. Do they go ahead and make that move now especially with chip ganassi racing going away and getting rolled into track house. But i think what you you know. First and foremost those teams those organizations deo it to one another. They owe to chip. They owe it to their sponsors to finish out this season with a focus on the task at hand and I think that each of them would tell you that. Yeah you might be having conversations about the future kurt. Is you know putting together. His team at twenty three eleven having conversations with those guys trying to figure out who's going to be the best fit for each position and so forth. But i can assure you that. He's very focused on finishing the task at hand With with the ganassi group and finishing this season. And i know like nothing better than to go out with the win and i think that you have these professionals. And that's what they are that they owe it to their team. They owe it to their sponsor to do that. They can multitask during the week. There's no question that that's going on. But i think when they get to the race track. They're focused on one thing and that's putting their best foot forward. I think personally. Kurt is going to be a huge help for bubba really looking forward to seeing how all that comes together but i think for me Personal relationship and coaching standpoint. That you inevitably get when kurt busch is your team mate I think that's going to be a huge asset for bubble wallace. When you look at the field right now where do you expect. We'll see some shifting going on here in the next few weeks. i mean. certainly. I think stewart haas racing is is a team to keep your eye on In terms of if if they'll do anymore shuffling with now just kevin harvick left i though he surprised me. I didn't think he would get of the first round. And who knows. He might go a couple of rounds deep in the playoffs. And if that's the case maybe they'll hold off on things. But i think you always look first at the teams that are not running as well as they intended Rosh fenway racing. Obviously would be another obvious. One because with brecca's lousy going over there and we know he's going to be a kohner if his lansky is out of the playoffs after around two again a guy. I didn't think he was going to make it out around one the way that team's been running but He looked fairly strong at bristol. We know talladega is a great track. Brecca's laskey so maybe things will get delayed there but if if either kozlowski or harvard were to get knocked out. I think those types of teams that suddenly have no playoff drivers left and already facing may be especially in rows rouses case Some big changes next year They might be looking at you. Know what what kind of personnel moves can we. Can we get ahead on and start making especially at bracket laskey again. I is no longer running for the championship at penske last week. We did have a big test of the next gen car down at daytona will find out what these guys learned or.
NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins Will Be 'Surprised' if Booster Shots Aren't Expanded
"Dr francis collins was on with chris wallace yesterday on fox news. Sunday had a pretty interesting thing to say about authoritative statements. Now i immediately thought of people. Like cuomo gretchen. Whitmer gavin newsom. Because there's just no question that the tyrannical impulses have been realized by a lot of major democrats. Listen what francis collins from the nih said to chris about well his view of authoritative statements. We'll have to see what they say ultimately about the youngest individuals because of concerns about benefits and risks. But i will be surprised. Boosters are not recommended for people under sixty five going forward in the next few weeks. But we'll wait and see you know chris. What you're seeing here is science playing out in a very transparent way. This is the way it ought to be a little trouble. That people are complaining that the process isn't working for them. The process is to look at the data. Have the experts considerate and then make their best judgment. At that point recognizing the judgments may chain if people want an absolutely authoritative statement about. Here's the right answer. Well that's not. What our country is all about moved to china. You'll get it there now. That could be interpreted in a variety of ways. Perhaps he's simply saying we're sort of making this up as we go. We admitted we're not going to give authoritative savings. that's how i read it.
Fresh update on "wallace." discussed on Chasing Elephants Audio Podcast
"Kwa hello ladies and gentlemen. I hope he had an incredible labor day. I know we've turned the corner and for some of you it's already fall and for some of you. It's fake fall. It's not cool yet and leaves haven't started changing colors but they're selling pumpkin spice at the coffee shops in grocery stores. So that's all you need so whether it's real fall or fictitious fall to you. I hope you're having a great day. Here chasing elephants podcast. I'm so excited to announce that none other than the amazing jeff. Wallace is going to be joining me beginning the very first week of october. We're going to begin a series of conversations in which we are going to be asking some really important questions about moral and ethical issues that we need to be able to think christian lee about around our shop. We believe that grace demands more nevertheless. And so we're taking that that that sacred sense of excellence and we're gonna take that as we approach ideas questions some challenges even some things that may be a little tents that were wrestling through in our culture. I'm so glad. I'm so excited that jeff is going to be joining me for these very important conversation. I can't wait to talk to you again. If you have any suggestions or if you have any ideas requested breast answer any topic you want us to address on the tasting up class. Please feel free to reach out thus the direct message. Here's up on social media. Of course our social media account is still usually at s. l. eight until then god bless and always remember leadership begins.
Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level
"It was a really interesting guy. Born in eighteen eighty in germany got his degree in astronomy but became meteorologist which was still a rather new field at the time. His primary interest was in the northern polar regions. And how air circulated. He participated in four expeditions to greenland and was one of the first meteorologist to adopt the use of weather balloons. However meteorology and expeditions to greenland aren't what alfred wegener is best known for its for his contributions to geology and geophysics. The idea that he is remembered for began innocently enough on christmas day nineteen ten. He was at his friend's house when he began looking at his brand new world. Atlas he made the observation that south america and africa seemed like they fit together like pieces in a puzzle. I should that he was far from the first person to notice this once. Decent maps began being published. In the last part of the sixteenth century people. i observed the same thing. The first person we know of who made the observation was dutch. Cartographer abraham or telling us or telling us created the first modern atlas in fifteen seventy which means he was probably the first person to have the idea because no one before that really had a good grasp of the geography of the continent's william colby wrote in his book on geologic history. Quote abraham are telling us in his work to doris geographic suggested that the americas were torn away from europe and africa by earthquakes and floods and went on to say the vestiges of the rupture. Reveal themselves if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three continents and quote. Ortelius was far from alone after him. The idea that the continents fit together somehow kept popping up theater. Christoph lilienthal alexander von humboldt antonio snider pellegrini and alfred russel wallace all made the same observation one or two hundred years before moreover there were several other scientists just a decade before who came to a similar conclusion. In fact. there's a good chance that you probably made the same observation. One of the first times that you saw a world map they took the idea to another level however he began by cutting up maps and piecing the landmasses together like a puzzle. He was able to put the continents together into one giant continent that he named panja from the greek words for all and land.
Rusty Wallace on the New NASCAR Ownership Wave
"Nascar legend. Rusty wallace is on and rusty. Talk about the new ownership heading into nascar. You've got michael jordan and pit bull colleague racing gase exiting all that stuff that you have some big star like michael jordan. You got guys like this. Those two that you mentioned. The i don't know what the impact then yet. But it's gotta be a positive way our thank you know and these guys are really acting like they love the sport. It's not they just wanna come in and try it half the fun what. They're putting a lot of skin in the game. I'm michael jordan. He's decided to go to car team outer drive. The other car detects a lot of money and a lot of sponsorship to do that and then you got pit bull who him and his ownership guys decided just completely by in half you which was a huge. I so introverted along all
Retired Officer Barry McCaffrey Tries Downplaying Gen. Mark Milley Incompetence
"You to listen to how this, uh, tier one level grifter Nicole Wallace, who when she, you know, she made a few bucks up the Republican party. Then that's right up because they realized she was incompetent. Then she decided she could drift off the left. She's doing that now on MSNBC. Watch this grifter, and when that dries up, she'll try to come back to the Republicans. Again. Here's the dreadful Nicole Wallace again gold medal winning grifter, setting up another general Barry McCaffrey, who again tries to defend Mark Milley and listen to the way this is all phrased in couch like it's no big deal. It's just a guard rail. There is no guardrail. The president is the commander in chief. Jim play Cut. Three. I wonder if you have any insights into Millie as a guard rail. The last one as as Mike's basically explaining, you know, Throughout this whole period, I had rather firsthand understanding of what was going on and go. And it scared me. I was convinced without question that we were on the edge of a ultimate constitutional crisis. I thought it was unlikely that Trump would use nuclear weapons, although he had all legal and constitutional authority in theory command that But there's wonderful bothered me the most. So he took her defenses and acting sect out Constitution says the Senate will be involved in approving senior answers of government. There was no deal left. So I think what General Milley was doing and by the way, routinely the chairman the service Chiefs, then joint combatant commanders routinely contract With their counterparts globally, part of the the occurrence of unwanted combat. Uh, I think he felt it important to not end up with the World War. One start of the war through miscalculation on the part of the Chinese
Blaney Wins at Daytona, Reddick Earns Final Playoff Berth
"Ryan Blaney survived in a bit before her moderate Daytona international speedway to get his third win of the season and brought to the second seed in NASCAR's playoffs beginning next week at Darlington Raceway the happiest girl in the evening was Tyler Reddick who moved up to fifth after the seventeen carve Chris Busher was disqualified Redick's run was good enough to clinch the final spot for the Cup series playoff his first ever chance to compete for the championship Bubba Wallace moved up to second with Ryan Newman taking third Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida
NASCAR Cup Series Managing Director Faces Animal Cruelty Charges
"Nascar cup series director j. Fabian was arrested monday. On charges of animal cruelty law enforcement officials allege fabian willfully neglected his dogs with one dying and the other two found to be suffering from starvation and extreme dehydration. Fabian will step down from his role with nascar until the matter is
Nicolle Wallace: "Kids Are Dropping Dead" in Florida
"Know they're afraid to larry elder. They're also terrified of rhonda santa's and right now they're taking cove it because you know don't forget it is god's gift to the left and they're using cova de bludgeon any political opponent they have. Here's a political operative from the left nicole. Wallace one of the worst of the worst over. Msnbc cut ten. Listen to how she characterizes governor disentis in the state of florida. I don't accept the freedom argument peewee. Football has a requirement that you put something much heavier than a mask on your head and your shoulders. little league. baseball requires that anyone older than six. Where a cup. I mean there are a lot of things more invasive than amass that people are required to do and you don't see them physically verbally abusing other schoolwork this was made toxic and political and hateful by donald trump and he may be off the scene. But you're peacock of a governor made his way onto fox news and you know showing off his pretty feathers as people and kids are dropping dead in his state he should be. It is the biggest scandal in the country. Governor is doing and he still find safe harbor on fox news. Primetime what is happening. What is happening. And i just heard you say kids are dropping dead in florida. That's a that's an adult on national television. Kids are drug. Hey let me break to you. Kids aren't dropping dead in the streets of
FDA May Announce Full Approval of Pfizer Vaccine Soon
"It's looking like the food and drug administration could grant full approval to a covert nineteen vaccine as early as this week the US Surgeon General says he doesn't want to get ahead of the FDA's announcement but he's anticipating the full approval of Pfizer's covert nineteen vaccine Dr Vic Murphy tells fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace that'll be important for a couple reasons number one there are some people who may have been waiting for this and who may come off the fence so to speak to get vaccinated so it may help increase vaccination rates to some extent but I also think that there are universities and businesses that have been considering putting in vaccine requirements in order to create a safer workplace are learning environment I think that this now surfing the FDA would likely encourage them currently the Fizer Madura and Johnson and Johnson vaccines are being distributed under the FDA's emergency use authorization Ben Thomas Washington
7 Killed in Chaos Near Kabul Airport
"Have died in the chaotic crowds outside Kabul airport, where thousands are trying to plea the country. A statement from the Defense Ministry says conditions on the ground remain extremely challenging, but that everything is being done to manage. The situation is safely and securely as possible. Here's the BBC's Dan Johnson. There are still desperate scenes around Kabul airport with crowds of Afghans trying to get through check. Points to reach evacuation flights in sweltering heat. The UK Defence secretary Ben Wallace promised a series of processing hubs in other countries in the region to continue assessing Afghans potentially eligible for relocation. Mr Wallace said the government was also exploring ways to maintain a presence in Afghanistan after the military had left. He said the unedifying exit of the West would have consequences for years to come. President
British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely
"Delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy. Now if we look at what's happened over the past week that we know the us forces what going to withdraw themselves foam afghanistan by the end of august. And it's not a decision that the uk's being particularly happy with because we've heard from the defense secretary ben wallace who's made it quite clear that in fact. The uk export every other alternative. Do you think those ever realistically any alternative. Because in that house of commons debate. Lots of mp's of decried how we've abandoned afghanistan how we have no secured the gains that were made over the past twenty years but really. I'm not quite clear. What the alternative could have been. When i think you're bears are very important question. Because i think the really two issues running in parallel there was the more fundamental question. Should nato dictated. United states remained militarily in afghanistan indefinitely with the aspiration to ultimately defeat the
Penny Hardaway Adds Rasheed Wallace to Memphis Coaching Staff
"Let's continue on here so back go into some basketball news. Just going to give a quick shoutout to receive. Wallace shouted the rasheed wallace. Who was the head coach of a high school team. Here locally and durham actually wherever street from me Rasheed wallace on show today. I know i should've. I should've went over there and access them. My problem i'm rasheed. Wallace will be reuniting with. Not only larry brown before nba player. Penny hardaway in memphis which is a good opportunity for rashid. I think Obviously he's been doing a great job. Here in durham But going to the college level which is pretty good working his way up through the
FBI Joins Criminal Probe in Colorado Voting Equipment Breach
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the FBI joins a criminal probe of a possible voting equipment breach in Colorado the FBI has joined a criminal investigation into an alleged security breach of voting equipment in mesa county Colorado Colorado secretary of state Jena Griswold alerted federal cyber security officials within the U. S. department of homeland security of the suspected breach last week griz walled accused mesa county clerk and recorder Tina Peters of directing staff to turn off the video surveillance of voting equipment before a may twenty fifth software update non employee who Chris Wallace office has identified was allowed into the elections office at that time Peters a Republican says the investigation is an attempt to take over mesa county's elections hi Mike Rossio
The Tides Are Turning Against Biden
"Big front page above the fold cover of usa today. Who is responsible for this catastrophe. Who is responsible. Well we start with the by administration but then you can go down the list and say well who put the bite administration in power and i keep getting these cautiously optimistic notes from people saying is he gonna run is coming back. Is he going to be back in. Twenty twenty four. Are we going to get. I mean we had four years. Yes there was media hysteria. I was thinking about something that that That goofy nicole wallace said on. Msnbc the other day one of the one of the sycophants who is desperately trying to spin the disaster of of a speech that biden gave and she said ninety. Five percent of the press corps will criticize biden speech but ninety five percent of americans agreed with it. And it hit me. I was thinking about this last night. That was the trump era ninety. Five percent of the media was determined to destroy the trump presidency but a vast majority of americans were grateful for the robust economy for building a wall along the border for respect given to the military to law enforcement to the rule of law and this change is happening
Nicolle Wallace Lies That Americans Will Agree With Biden on Afghanistan
"They're talking about Biden's speech the other day, and this is it's almost comedy. Alright, Start over, please cut 12 go. That was a consequential speech by an American president at a consequential time to quote toward the end. I am the president of the United States. The buck stops with me earlier, Joe Biden saying, I stand squarely behind my decision, and I'd love to hear you out on the current split. Between the press and public, the two audiences that will here and view this speech and the president's choice to go hard with his own decision making. Well, I'm going to say two things and, um, both hard to say, But I'll say them anyway, because here we are, Um 95% of the American people will agree with everything he just said. 95% of the press covering this White House will disagree. And for an American, Of course, she has it opposite because she's in a bubble. And she's a sellout and now a propagandist. The vast majority of Americans. Who aren't like hardcore base. Democrats thought it was an outrageously Poor speech, pathetic speech for President, United States and most of the media like it. Particularly if you work at MSNBC or CNN or the New York Slimes of the Washington compost.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace: '95 Percent of Americans Will Agree' With Biden Speech on Afghanistan
"Of the worst of the worst is a woman named nicole wallace over msnbc. She's like a never-trumper on steroids. I think she worked for bush. If i'm not mistaken back in the day. She's like the kind of republican wink wink. That msnbc likes and she is beyond vicious. And it's so weird because she's like such a such a pleasant demeanor and nice pleasant smile and you see her. And then what comes out of her mouth is pure vitriol. But she's such a sycophant and so to the democrats. What are george. Bush thinks of her didn't he wasn't he her wasn't he his communication secretary communications director. My gosh. hey mr president. What are you thinking nicole wallace. Now listen to what she said. This is this is rich. Here's a face and voice of sheer and utter desperation as they're playing the violins on the titanic of team biden. And is cnn is pounding away at by jake tapper and all of them are take dot lemon attacking by. They're all going. They're all running the scattering like rats off the sinking ship the sinking uss by but not nicole wallace. Check this out. Ninety five percent of the american people will agree with everything he just said. Ninety five percent of the press covering this white house will disagree and for an american president to finally be completely aligned with such an overwhelming majority of what the american people think about. Afghanistan is probably a tremendous relief to the american people on. Can't even i have a president who's finally aligned with the american people because nicole wallace. This angry vicious miserable trump hating biden loving msnbc host decided that ninety five percent of the american people agreed with biden speech yesterday.
The Mainstream Media Finally Turns on Joe Biden
"Turned on. Joe by the mainstream media has turned on joe by feels like the whole country is scratching. Its head over president. Joe biden except nicole wallace. She doesn't count. She believes ninety. Five percent of americans liked president. Biden's afghans speech yesterday and lisa showed up. I mean that was a big question for the longest time. Where was he where. The world is joe biden. Where's waldo. He left camp david long enough. They flew him over to the white house. Propped him up in front of a teleprompter. Did you see him bolt. After did you watch the speech. First of all probably not but we watched it so you didn't have to and everything you're hearing is true. He essentially said the buck stops with me and then blamed everybody else. It's trump's fall. It's the afghans. Paul afghanistan people's fault. It's the afghantistan military's fall. It's the afghanistan politicians fault. It's the weather. The dog ate his homework. It's everybody's fault but him where the buck stops. I don't think that's what harry truman had my goodness. What a catastrophe. What an utter unmitigated disaster. I don't know that we've ever seen a presidency collapsed this tune. The jimmy carter's presidency come apart this early. Didn't it take a while. We're seven months in and this poor guy doesn't know what day it is
Joe Biden Passes the Buck on Afghanistan
"Why. Cnn and other left leaning journalist turned on biden over afghanistan. they could've covered for some of them. Did that goofy nicole. Wallace over at msnbc said that ninety five percent of americans are with biden on his speech. But not don lemon not wolf blitzer not even go down the list david actual rod. I mean there. He's getting blasted from all sides over his disastrous speech and there were two takeaways first of all after a lot of speculation that he wasn't even physically capable of appearing because he was hunkered down and camp david for days on vacation so at least he did speak but then when he spoke it was a disaster because in inciting or invoking the hairiest truman bromide. The buck stops here. Biden does pass the buck to. Everybody else was trump's fault. It's the afghan fighters fall so generous fault. It's the politicians faulted the president. I guess who. The people fallen from the planes in the sky over kabul right sleepy
How Did Biden Fumble Afghanistan?
"Morning glory america bones or high candidate. You hear at joined by jake. Sherman of punchbowl news on the most shameful day. I've been broadcasting in thirty years. Not the most shocking gay. That was nine eleven. This is the most shameful day for america that have been on the air in thirty years. Good morning jake how are you. How are you good. I wanna play for you. A number of reaction. Get your reaction your political reporter. I don't expect national security commentary from you. But i'd love your political commentary on various things that are said here is former secretary. Mike's state. Mike pompeo on with fox news with chris wallace yesterday cut number ten. He should be less focused on trying to a blame. It on someone else solving the problem of making sure that we protect and defend american security. Chris it's worth noting. This did not happen on our watch. We reduced our forces significantly. The taliban didn't advance on capitals all across afghanistan. So it's just a fact that this is happening under the bite administrations leadership now. Almost a quarter of a way into his first term. This is this is not the way leaders lead by pointing backwards. We had a bad deal. We inherited the jcp away. We got out of it. We secured america from the risk from iran. We inherited a horrible deal in syria. Where isis controlled real estate. This is of great britain. We crush them. Every president confronts challenges. This president confronted a challenging afghanistan. He is utterly failed to protect the american people from this challenge. Jake sherman. what do you think i mean. He's right right. I mean every president does a set of circumstances that are beyond its control And has to deal with them and i think that's there's no doubt about that. I mean listen the the the larger Question to me here. And this is going to be overarching. You is how did this happen. How how was. The united states is intelligent so flawed it's twins so app and it was exc- and even even so was executed so poorly.
"wallace." Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Business is at you the people that don't keep people around them that remind him who they are and the grounded and then push back like people that don't that that surround themselves with yes people yes men and women and it makes you nuts. It makes you crazy. It makes you so that you start to really you know you're you fart and you think it's roses you know everything you do is perfect and right you know we're to somewhat micromanage. Oh but like we were even talking about the at this moment said jerry. Let's just wait and see what happens after you talk to me. Two weeks after the july was gonna control. This is two weeks reuben acceptable july. We have little spiky going on in the country. We continue to wear the mask. We're debating whether we're going to go back to where to sell timber. Really real work. The close in and out burger. Because that's just me but we still listens to make small matters when it's time to be truthful nabi. Yes yeah well that's good. Well listen. I really appreciate you spending all this time with me today. It's it's a joy to talk to you. what are we talking about. Did you mentioned this at all. Oh yeah you've got it. You've got a a job a book a well he's got. It is your book. Yeah i mean. I mean i mean that in the best possible sense that it's it's just a. It's a a book of jokes. It's like a lot of a lot of the stuff that you that you put out on twitter now you've follow me on. Twitter is the whatnot jokes. what nuts. I think that sometimes they're hybrid. Your joke not my job. Yeah joe non going to have to make your decision. When shit goes down between the jokes in the knock. This has been out there. I need more hours to go to a tweet into mr george wallace. This book is called a bushwick and whatnot. It's nineteen ninety-five gonna book out. Heart covers one hundred forty dollars. And now i didn't the hackers. How would you do some stupid like that. I just thought at the time was one hundred. Forty characters yeah tweety people by one hundred hundred dollar hardcover on the desk Tabletops yeah it's amazing. This is ninety nine hundred and you get this meeting. George wallace dot net of george wallace dot net..
"wallace." Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I'm talking about creating the awareness. Everybody's okay yeah. It just takes time. Yeah it's takes time now. I imagine people ask you for advice. You know to get some kind of you know everything it's kakatua drums. Well what do you. What do you think. Like is sort of the point of the george wallace. Gory of the henry wallace story. You don't want to store his. it's all about living is all about loving and most important. It's about laughing of my love to make people happy. I think the grazing and we know laughter. Laughter's the greatest medicine in the world. So that's what about Enjoying mytalkers on earth is to give back. Yeah so much fun once again everything. Something i haven't done. And i'm dr modern to kingston want to nelson men don't nelson mandela's cell and so robin owns advocates. Deliberate wall with china is that too much and my best friend in rural. I'm so blessed to help with no imagine coming i. Some things are not meant to be understood. But we're just best friends. Juries on talk about alternative. That's my best friend. Yeah number one. I talked about it on stage. How he is being my girlfriend richest. He got jet. I take about how did you gotta. He's got how a building full of porsches soda you so you can borrow cards for sure. But i can't get him this league because of the chat you've been getting into lasts from him know talking about you know we go to the house houses. Oh big on long island that when you get to the gate you putting security code ways still giving directions to the house and two thousand. Richard saw having fun. He's talking about like you play ping pong you pick piping talked about it last night using when you play pinball eventually the bogle straight right so it is bringing boggles another dog. He turns around crystal bulwer. Would two hundred on two hundred. So i'm just gonna. I don't know what deals going on this rich. People medicines i two pm. I went to the bathroom. My bid was made a chocolate on my pillow is are you sure you weren't at a hotel and the building. Yeah talk about how those things that i can share with him and and when when god brings you with a good friend like that yes can't beat john and it's good you know. Unlike it's nice that that he is generous and shares and remembers where he came from an who came up with nothing to do with who he is today. It has to do with this being my friend. Yeah you know people. Most people have yes. I'm the one that's my buddy does because it's nothing to do with who lives in america burger. Tb and making all that money. Yeah i think that's always important. I mean just from what i've witnessed in show..
"wallace." Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I'm andy richter. And i am very pleased today to have a legend comedy legend a landmark like. I had one of the faces on the mount. Rushmore of comedy. Mr george wallace is on today. I'm so happy to have you on. I'd been such a fan for such a long time and we'd met and everything but we're mostly twitter pals. Just yeah and it's so good to be with you. Today becomes an all that what you said about me on your old while. And i loved the way you did it. Because that's what. I do believe not just i just love the ask up stuff. I love it. It's so easy i will. I always say that you know that when people ask about my technique of acting. I say it's just lying. Because i'm not i'm not this guy i'm not i'm not saying i'm just saying these lives and trying to make people believe that on this guy but i'm not really him so it's just lying and they actually do add. Yeah you're doing. What time sometimes to owners. I am so blessed to be able to do what i just like. I i did pray one. Be be the greatest bullshitter in the world. But trump trump kicks miami. Yeah so you have slow. But still but i try not to do any more jobs on them but these degrees should ever so i know you. Don't wanna yeah you don't wanna you don't him to take up any more real estate realistic in your brain and your mind you know in in your soul in the news but the guy is like he is something you don't i don't wanna give it to him..
"wallace." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"No racism they're like watch the guy's fucking and i might watch guys play a video game. No i'm not sure the sport because someone might fly off the bike at two hundred. That's what's thrilling. So morbid dishonest look back into being a rights leader. Now the morbid center of the the darrell bubba wallace. It's been really fun to watch your story. I actually think whatever thoughts you carry about. Whether you should or shouldn't have that attention ultimately great for the sport. I think he got the sport a ton of attention and i think he got a positive positive. Yeah and i think the steps that were taken as a result of your honesty and integrity are going to save that sport. So i think you should feel nothing but positive that you have the light on you. It's worthwhile appreciate that. it's so funny. Throughout all the bad and good tweets as you get obviously the negative. Stand out more. But i know that there's so much more positive and telling myself that it's like okay. We're good but still negative pisses me off guard on my just. Just want to punch to the screen. But that's right. You know it only fuel more. Hey we got a hug him through the screen. Bubba that's right. I love overhead every day. That's right by manuel. Great luck to you the rest of the season. Thank you really cool to get to talk to you. And i hope you i hope you make it to the dunes. Yeah that would be. That'd be awesome. I'll definitely take you up on that. We'll be out there on the west coast. We got snow coming up. So we'll be out there. I've been on my own crusade out there to end the confederate there. It's probably only second nascar's take monica life out there and it's like a one hundred percent of the flags on the dune buggies trump. Everyone just give these people chance they don't like you have to like personally go around and be like so you need to take down and this is why like us. I've a real person. Yeah we'll figure it out percent g monica pleasure meeting. Thanks.
"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.
"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..
"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 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 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..