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"westwood west" Discussed on Las Doctoras Podcast
"Post pregnancy with children what it feels like it was a great conversation, and we and then we. And then we started a book club and right now we're reading. The is not an apology by Sonya. Renee Taylor. And that's obviously you know. When I was when I read it like She's speaking my language one. She seeking my language right. And so that's been a again. Another kind of Lake step in this journey of like just having this conversation like really just talking about like what is a relationship to our bodies, and how is that constructed by? We all can name all these different systems, but I mean that in the book climate in a community to I feel like you can feel the ripples like all posts will post pictures, and then suddenly people other people like you're just like. Wow, and you can feel this like vulnerable energy. You know it just feels like yeah, and it's again. It's it's interesting to see how we can talk so much about things and yet. We live in our bodies and that's that's the last thing you want to talk about. You know So anyway. I just want. To hear I feel like. Yeah like I. Want to hear what you have to say. You know what is your. If you want to tell us about your work, you your journey like yeah. I think maybe that's a good place to start. Is What had you coming to? How have you come into academia? Specifically the work that you do. Yeah absolutely. Well. Let's see. Where do I start? Gushed. You don't WanNa. Think about Higher Ed. I think about how in senior year of High School I had a college counselor speaking of Oil p who told me that I wasn't smart enough to go to San Diego State. which at that time San Diego? State was quote Unquote Safety School. And so I was smart enough. Maybe I wasn't a four point Oh student, but I did have a GPS. Get in, but. You know it was one of those things. Where if you just a stellar girl in attendance at this school, no one paid attention to you to your smaller Shit Bliss to your college list. Nothing like that. So I ended up at community college and I to this day. Always say I'm a proud community college transfer students I believe in that system I think community colleges are the gateway for so many of us into higher ed through Higher Ed, or even just classes to help you make more money at work or certifications to do some type of service or passionate about whatever community college ours our way for that and so. That's how I ended up in community. College and I I think it's important for me to share that part because so many people assume. That private schools are better equipped and in certain ways maybe they are. But there's a lot of tracking that goes on in in in high schools. There's a lot of racism that occurs in high schools. There is a lot of elitism and differences in class between students and so. Because a lot of these places are not publicly funded. No one really pays attention to what's happening in these places and so Yeah, I just wanted to emphasize that, but from there. I ended up transferring to UCLA which surprised the heck out of me, I never thought I would get in there and navigating the UC system was tremendously hard for me, not intellectually, but feeling stuck out as a fat brown body, not just a brown body. I mean UCLA is in the heart of Hollywood. Brentwood Westwood West La looks matter. So being that fat women walking around campus, I felt very self conscious in pushed to constantly be on a diet to monitor what aid to workout to try to fit in, and interestingly it was there that I experienced for the first time verbally I think it like in my face. A man's rejection of me because of my body, and so it was that rejection that triggered. The SUCK! What leak was state to borrow for months? I do on this journey. Inward of why does this one man's words matter so much? Why am I letting him and his rejection of a? Chip away at my value, my intellects. My Heart's my kindness. And it was that summer that I was first introduced to fat positively through books through readings that I encountered If this was summer, fear shoot. What year was this? Two thousand ten. Two Thousand and ten and I had just applied for my masters degree into Uganda Studies. I go in and right away. I knew you know I'm reading stuff. This was in that summer. I had no idea what my thesis would be on but I. I was reading that positively books and I saw nothing about Latinas I had seen real. Women have curves I had read the play, but that I saw women writing about Gitanas. Let us any type of racial or ethnic group. I just wasn't seeing it. I wasn't seeing it in an academic tax. I knew I, wanted to talk about that in some way shape or form in my master's thesis. Which is exactly I did? During my time at Cal State Northridge I ended up writing in the knock graffiti. So I went inward, I didn't interview anyone. I FOR MY PHD FOR MY DISSERTATION TO I guess offensive. I'm just a love with everything. You're saying these. Keep talking. Thank you. I at the time, so there was overlap here, right? It was me. Sorting through these feelings of. Topless. Selfless approach to writing academically, but also feeling self conscious through. Twenty five years of feeling. Like I was inadequate, because I fats that I would never have a partner because I was fat that I was crazy because I was fat, all these different things and kind of sorting through the fact that I learned a lot of these things at home, which was such a troubling experience to feel like. Oh, man. How do I talk about this without feeling like I'm betraying? My does as it is oh. I was not raised with my mom and my dad. There was no nuclear family. My grandparents took me in my took the end from the time I was a baby. That I, learned to be ashamed of my body, not just in terms of talking about sex reproduction, but about my. About my arms about feeling like my fatness was never gonna get anywhere in life, and I had to somehow compensate for that all the time. Writing about that at the same time, my grandpa passed away. He passed away halfway through my program so I think those feelings of grief and story through those emotions of guilt and shame and reworking those belief systems. They came together in my thesis. Talk about that very much in my thesis I had these little bits of different memories of the past from feeling shamed by a stranger at A. Food Court at a store. Do you remember Fed code the store, FICO? Random! They had like a little food court in there and a stranger shamed me for what I was eating, but I was four years old..
"westwood west" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Was GonNa get, too so the story of the the fourth, and what turned out to be the final game of the seventy four seventy five season, it was played the capital center. Golden State's got a three nothing series lead in by the way the thought was phil mentioned this. They didn't think they routed a series down three nothing. They still felt that they were the better. But Rick, Barry's putting together. You know an incredible series and he's dominating the bullets. He's outplaying the stars. Elvin Hayes Wes unseld and in before game four Mike Reardon. Who was the the bullets small forward he was a Knick to you? Remember him with the Knicks he played. He played with both Willison wet exactly my career. His nickname was bags Mike Rewritten was essentially the guy given the responsibility to take Rick Berry out of the game as in knocking him out physically, and that's the. The way basketball was played back then, and the plan was that reardon was going to try to agitate and get into a fight You know an intentional fight with Rick. Berry and game both tossed from game. Four will really gets in the fight and attacks, Berry, and Al Attles was the coach of state will before the Game West apparently was given the responsibility of Al Annals pre-written said I'm going after. Rick Perry I'M GONNA TAKE HIM OUT WEST AL's coming off the bench. You've got him. Engineer told the story about how Al Al Aduls was the head coach of Golden State and was a tough tough guy as you said and when reardon gets into the fight with Berry, and you can see this. This is a youtube game. You can see west. As Al. aduls come sprinting off the bench step in front or rear. And is Chenier, said it took every ounce of the strongest man in the Game Wes unseld strength to keep. Allah handles away from the skirmish. Als. L. Adults got tossed from that game. He got kicked out of the game. which golden state eventually won to clinch the NBA Championship in Washington but Al Adams was not on the floor to see it. He was back in the locker room. Berry by the way did not get booted from the game. He stayed in the game and ended up with you. Know another good game in Golden State won the game and swept the the bullets, but. Listening to Chenier, tell talk about unsettled been given that assignment and West is like man als, actually a tough dude like he's really like who were the tough guys of that era like I know Clifford Ray and Mo- Lucas who played with Walton. Maurice Lucas in in Portland was bought Bob Lanier a tough guy, right? Yeah, these were all all tough guys you know but Westwood West. What's probably? The most feared a of that.
"westwood west" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Looking for five oh eight why some schools are changing letter grades that's coming up right now we're going to check in with traffic and weather together on the eighth with Julie Rogers well we had this situation on one eighty three for quite some time let's see if at least some of this has improved Randy fuller well you spell one eighty three to express in Norwood has certainly improved the car fire is cleaned up the text press is back open still slow in north Richland hills on easily pay twenty westbound one eighty three tax press of forced ridge that rex in the left lane it's heavy back up past Westwood west park wait and Arlington southbound three sixty at riverside that problem's gone as well it's still heavy though back to one eighty three Briar oaks southbound thirty five W. FM nine seventeen accident in that right lanes causing heavy backups now we are hearing that that problem is cleared so hopefully you'll be back to normal very soon if you're not already since it says stretch that's pretty way out that we've got a problem on I thirty that just popped up in west Dallas is eastbound I. thirty right around fourth Avenue near the post office and boy is it backed up here we've got multiple left lanes blocked off you're getting by in too far right lanes and you've got back up that begins from gosh writer on Westmoreland selection second set you back close to ten minutes eighty west it is still one line of traffic getting through at six thirty five if you're coming in for mesquite that's going to be to the far right it is construction so you'll back up from beyond belt line almost into Sunnyvale never going eastbound you're no better off you've got plenty of rush hour traffic from Galloway all the way out past Lawson east on I. thirty I you will see more of the same if you're heading to rock wall so it is it is not looking like a holiday at all here it's pretty jammed up from belt line out to at least the first span of the lake ray Hubbard bridge I'm Julie Rogers next reported five eighteen and breaking traffic alerts when they happen Carol the weather center for Texans can cars for kids were looking at temperatures dropping into the upper forties tonight some rain could be possible as a weak cold front pushes through.
"westwood west" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I was college yeah I was I was on Wilshire Boulevard near the four of five is alive but I probably couldn't stand probably not and we had scarves in Orange County had to come up to sent to Korea I didn't go to west no I didn't much for them yeah yeah in history history and so we were talking to Eric Boehlert about the alleged whistle blowers name being stop laughing because I just remember is wearing what were you wearing I was wearing shorts and a tank top naturally this summer and this summer but I was not hi I. X. I yeah want to be good for me it was with what Westwood west Hollywood well yeah well as we were saying you had a trip retweeted from surfer mom seventy seven the name of the whistle blower I think she follows me if she's real and and senator is it no representative Kennedy Joe Kennedy I believe yeah just the re treated you still take responsibility to if you were to eat something that's it that's your choice I know that his cop out well I was just retreating I'm and and representative Kennedy had a few things to say about this do you think it's appropriate for the president to be identifying this was a blow or what I don't know if it's true or not but identifying this individual I don't know who the whistle blower yes number two I think we all his all number three there have been some allegations in the press about the identity of the west for more if if those those statements are true one of the false I had was that well the whistle blower could easily easily be called by the defense not as the willful Mormonism fact witness but again everybody is upset about secondhand knowledge and also hearsay that wasn't the question that wasn't the question yeah and also senator Kennedy and that southern France is the Oxford educated or something like that little twang of his is put on I think he might have an accent but I don't think it's quite that they I think you put that down you know he also had to number nine he had this to say about the tweet as well with respect to what the president tweeted what I have enough trouble battling my own canoe but I I do agree with with Mrs trop that which cannot suggested before the White House if the president would tweak a little bit less it when you called brain damage but the president does not have to take my advice nor do I expect him to if well what yeah one it is not a panel is on canoe he doesn't palace okay he listens to one of the Mrs one of the men which which which Mrs trucks and missus trumped there are three of them so far and a parent is is the is the insinuating that that that trump tweets are causing brain damage it's causing me brain damage just check it hurts my he had to get that one crazy I don't twitch on the other one that one little twitch goes and then no I wish he would tweet less it would it we would all be so much happier now even his sixty eight million Twitter stalkers would probably also.
"westwood west" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"We talked to the department of homeland security about voting the security in twenty twenty stories coming up the first traffic and weather together on the aids here's John wolf get a couple problems in and around the high five areas you mention he's found six thirty five a bit slow as you come over from TI we've got the vehicle in the a couple vehicles actually in the express lane right around forest thanks to Betsy voting that in in the care of the traffic light southbound on seventy five getting under six thirty five we've got the right lane blocked off Kim is that a couple police cars out there in that right leg with the light flashing but at the fifty percent improving because there we had had two right lanes blocked little slow from between belt line and Spring Valley Irving we've got some road work from Westwood west found one eighty three right around spur for eighty two in the right lane as traffic flow from growl other counties I do pretty well I'm not seeing any major slowdowns right now on three sixty in either direction south on thirty five W. little flow from bass with the western center and again from northeast twenty eight down to one twenty one if you see something blocking the road give us a call in the care of the technocratic depart line two one four two one nine ten eighty I'm John will fix report coming up at twelve eighteen breaking traffic alerts when they have KRLD weather center forecast for preservation tree services incorporated clouds through Friday afternoon that's when we expect the first clearing for the rest of this week.
"westwood west" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Think five fifteen that's a big word all right news was what's up yesterday's indictment of tristate priest being followed today of four calls of a having the archbishop of Cincinnati and the the exhilarating bishop removed from their offices the the head of snapping which is of the local group that is made up of us survivors of those abused by priests say that they hope quoted the pope in Rome is paying attention to what's going on in Cincinnati and but Dan front door who heads up the group tells local twelve that archer bishops learn bishop bins or need to go a statement from that group yesterday the follow the indictment a father Jeff through says that for six years at least the archdiocese of Cincinnati had been made aware of suspicions about the behavior of a father drew and they did nothing about it in fact they say in many cases Justo shrugged off the allegations talk to of the priest about it basically told him not to do it again in the bishop who was in charge of this job into the archdiocese itself has said that handled it poorly made a mistake up until now it never appeared to the abuse as far as we know that they knew of race to the criminal level right now but certainly violated the archdiocese of policies in terms of child protection that didn't he become a priest after that he did that he was a music minister at Saint Jude's at the time worked for the archdiocese of Cincinnati was in their employ right but he didn't become a priest a little bit later in life and of the allegation that the archdiocese of been investigating go back to twenty thirteen when he was at Westwood west Chester church and at that time he was a priest but again the the bus of public I prosecutor looked at those allegations didn't feel comfortable enough to bring charges of the bottom line is the snap believes that the archbishop and people in the archdiocese should have been investigating more after the initial allegations of race in two thousand thirteen and believes at that time that they would have uncovered many more victims and at this point even Joe deters yesterday said that he is sadly believes that there will be many more people coming forward that this is not an isolated case is a very rarely when you're speaking about peta files is one and and and done that we'll see coming up on news at five thirty we will talk about another murder overnight in the tri state this time parking over the Rhine the scene details fifteen ministers radius of it of the W. at about five eighteen right now seven hundred W. L. W. and all right off to Connie China where facial recognition keeps track of things you do on a regular basis and not just facially they'll track the things you do online and more but they restricted about two and a half million discredited entities known as people from purchasing plane tickets ninety thousand entities cannot buy a high speed rail to get could not in the month of July they stop ninety thousand people from traveling because of their behavior and the being punished for having their what's called a.
"westwood west" Discussed on Fore Play
"Commitment for Patrick's John. You're on twitter account on your social this guy the never say never tractor named after you you say you would just never ever under any circumstances playing that it just it just doesn't work out like the week before the open. WHY WOULD I go to America to fly back grade-point yeah? It's great tournament feel free. Can you know give it some thought. My friends go all the time. They say he's pretty good John. Deere Classic Tagline should be never say never for the top of the that's great <hes> So let's talk about twenty thirteen. I mean you know you have finished low amateur at the open then you're Kinda. You got a lot of confidence. You're going into massive tournament like like the U._S.. Amador how much confidence you have going into <hes> yeah. I would say a lot of the time <hes> fin lost in the final of the English amateurs well that Ousama announced playing really well. <hes> the U._S. was a little different. I'm going to be honest. I had no idea how big a deal it. I really did no idea <hes> I mean I remember when in the semi final and nobody gave was like <hes> you know you're GonNa get in butts semesters now and I was like Oh like Jay. Mike Jen Genuinely didn't have a clue like that was part of it so <hes> yeah kind of. I think that probably helped to law in the you know if if I if I was going now and realize what was on on the Line A. B. Like Shikha play well basically yeah because you're probably like that's great man masters crazy. It was basically like that and I just remember. I remember him saying afterwards <unk>. You didn't know that was like no not clue genuinely had no idea so what you know at that time in your career. What's like your team look like is it just kind of you and your family and your out there yeah? It's just like me and my probably I just had to coach back home. <hes> who still way of being with for since Os Probably Fifteen <hes> that's assists <unk> keeping things simple. I'm always curious about the team I mean now. You know now that it's it's almost it's it's. What seven eight years later <hes> are you? Do you have a bigger team. Do you have a vicious strength coach like how what's your team look like yes right now. Strengthen conditioner <hes> pointing coach a long game and then like management team. Basically you have like a mental coach now. No don't don't just trust yourself up yeah well billy McKay's per Il School <hes> and Hill basically give me shit if like <hes> going crazy or and he's not GonNa like Pamper you know not in the slice bill came in this is be like grow the basically yeah yeah so. How'd you pick your how'd you pick him? How'd you get paired up with well usually Westwood West for a long time yeah they part ways as at the end of last year I was also looking for someone a lot more full-time? <hes> we kind of knew the they will come to an end and <hes> he's from light the same areas me we'll both from Yorkshire so <hes> we go on well before this impasse in Edge <unk> took it so so you had a good stretch right now. You know you finished. I believe it was T. twelve the U._S.. Open which we He's like be my best summer. Ever nomad just miss a bunch of course in the summer so this is <hes> I think he's going to play a lot of links golf. <hes> unlike this year property plate while the the open course was any links Gulf up <hes> like I edano I've I've just got on with it in the past like when I was younger I'm going to game was always online so it was quite easy to go with it <hes> since turning pro you never play so it's just like Bowman Gouge every week. Basically Change Your Games that you know you game changers. You both lots higher <hes> <hes> but yeah I mean I just I think this year the runoff just being driving it. Well and minds have been pretty good to do. You try to change a lot when you when you do go to links coarser you Kinda like my games my game I yeah I mean certainly like this. This year. <hes> I've always been at the ability hit. It's pretty low <hes> and this year so kind of took advantage of that a little bit more basically over pick wind picks open pit shots a lot shore or into the green and bounce bounce further so <hes> yeah. That's what we we with so looking at poor rush. You're famously running down the yeah kind of looked like the weather was dog shit and you just wanted to get off course and that's exactly I was like I house like I go. I've basically I couldn't keep the ball on the face all the Gulf goal slight for the last three holes. I if you've seen just in Thomas's <hes> <hes> Dad's video like yeah it was it was that put worst playing in it. You know like I hit off seventeen. I mean it must have gone hundred yards and then it just went ninety degrees right the wind was hard on the left. The rain was hot off the left and it just went so far right then I hit seven would firm one hundred eighty odds <hes> shaw of the green by the yards and and then eighteen again couldn't keep on the planet unfortunately stayed short the bunkers him fine and I was like get me out. I'm doing my just get <music> outfit fortunately degree. I kinda wanted to play out to like tap in a figured that wasn't great on the eighteenth hole. Go ahead shake gone. I'm getting the hell out of here. That's great. It's going to turn to like a meam you run off the situation. Just show the video fitzpatrick. I got saved already. You said seven what's the no hybrid no like probably five would lost boys like a seven had come out real so anytime life you know even if it's probably one nine thirty two to thirty <hes> his perfect to to attack out and gouge go to shine again it was good. It was good Peleton wide has men's health call the Peleton bike the best cardio machine on the planet. We can break down very easily can't if you can't find a workout that keeps you engage which is very difficult. Urban knows that will be difficult. Peleton is an immersive cardio experience with real time features that will always keep keep coming back lurch talking about just a few days ago about the Peleton the experience that he had his brother has one. We have one are tiny little apartment fits. It's in there no problem. They've got what's fantastic is they've got <hes> the curated music designed to move and motivate you kind of get like these personal you know classes <hes> on your little bike that lets you rock and roll. 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"westwood west" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Eight thirty school bells could be ringing for many students here in Maryland in August. Say no to Joe campus commies update just because you think you've found the system. We don't you. Go. No, no. Tappers comedies. Thursday morning here on the program as we document the marches Madonna's. We now know it doesn't matter who the hell you are just get bribe your way in. Concord university student government, this this in Westwood West Virginia pleaded with students to come to an anti campus. Carry protest university spokesman confirmed that the trip was paid organized compensated by the student government association. I'm I'm sure they would do the same for people that were in favor of the second amendment, right? At the Portland state university. A recent bell ringing protesters shut down an event hosted by a conservative student group, the university claim no legal infractions occurred because free speech the bell ringer was exercising. His free speech. And of course, the shutdown the event, which was also about free speech. Go figure that out when does one free speech cancel out, the other when it's liberal free speech. That's what they're telling us university of Wyoming push back against the criticism of its Cowboys slogan. The world needs more Cowboys critics called it racist, sexist and xenophobic. However, Wyoming university is sticking by their slogan. They didn't have any black Cowboys. Yeah. Black cowboy sure look at blazing saddles New York. There you fell for you took it. Used to ride a bull with hot pants. That was that was Gillies in Texas. How did they do about that? The visual of that in and of itself. There's I can't see that. Now, it was only one time Bloomberg is only one time separate steam, maybe doing Chuck and hotbeds. That's why you keep bringing all this up. Oh, man. I'm glad Jeff. This the same time. Kind of looked like no one ever gonna say something really nasty remind the next. We will we will document fifty actual college course, titles proving America's universities are trading students to be socialist. And here we are them down. Number fifty at Penn university woman, ISM and identity politics in the realm of hip, hop, number forty nine also at Penn course, religious course, called American Jesus. The number forty eight at Saint John's university in the inequality race class and gender number forty-seven at providence, college, globalization and social Justice number forty five at Georgetown, one of those named recently in the college admission scam. This is a world history. Class the breast image myth legend sign me up. These are these are people are paying five hundred thousand dollars to get into access to these courses. I'm sure they're gonna be able to use that in everyday life. So these are courses that they get credits for yes. Absolute credits for these scores. We naming of each and every one. You know, my degree in basket weaving is not all that bad. Then compared to some of these reaching sales, marketing and radio station ratings. You thought basketball was his basket weaving basketball. Chuck was seeing a.
"westwood west" Discussed on TV Rewind Podcast
"Season. Six on Tuesday January fifteenth at ten nine central and the first episode will feature in are you afraid of the dark, esque parody of Mary, Shelley's Frankenstein, I'm very intrigued by that I was a huge fan of. Are you afraid of the dark in the ninety s that goes kind my kind of awesome stuff happening on Nickelodeon? When I was growing up. Evan Rachel wood from Westwood west world will star as the famed author alongside Seth Rogan as Dr Frankenstein, will Ferrell as Frankenstein's monster. Elijah wood as Mary's husband Percy, and thirty. Rex Jack mcbrayer, playing the poet, Lord Byron. The premier will be followed by the return of workplace. Satire corporate, which kicks off the second season at ten thirty season two of the show. We'll feature such guests. There's as Kyra Sedgwick Elizabeth Perkins. Christine shawl sheer is a Mata and Andy Richter drunk kisser came back in January fifteen so down, not flicks wishes you a very unhappy new year, the third and final season of a series of unfortunate events, for MIR on Tuesday January first, which capitalizes on all those kids who are still on winter break through January first, you can have something to entertain yourself that day which they announced with a teaser trailer and this final season will consist of seven episodes, which would be very consumable if your home from school that day. For those kiddos. It will be interested in that. Silicon Valley is going off line for a year production on the HBO comedy six and possibly final season has been delayed until next summer a move that will likely heap the series off the air until twenty twenty. The decision comes amid speculation that season six could be the last season for the show an ABC insider maintains that no decision has been made beyond season six this move will take them out of the Emmys race for next year for the first time, hence they launch and the show has already been nominated for outstanding comedy for each of its five seasons. So far. The first female time Lord is taking a starting a new holiday tradition. Bbc America has announced that it is not having a Christmas day special, but rather a New Year's day special, which is interesting to say that they're going to be doing something changing it up. You know after all so Many much. years of doing it Christmas day special. I always looked forward to the Christmas day special, because it was like at the end of having to do so many Kirk church services over a couple of days, and then I get to sit down at enjoy that, but this'll be nice to 'cause New Year's day as I have as much going on, I have a service to play in the morning, and then the rest of the day is kind of not much going on on at all. So I'm looking forward to that. And that'll be a very cool thing to do. Although I'm currently behind Dr Who I'm I have to get caught up on that. I'm like three or four episodes behind and the season finale will be airing next Sunday, December ninth that means I need to get caught up on that show. So I'm ready for this all these all this, I so I'm ready for the special episode ABC switching things up at the top Channing done gay is stepping down as the entertainment president after serving for three years, Kerry Burke for current head of regional programming at free form..
"westwood west" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A different political affiliation than me. So she's saying you dating a sane woman. And I'm happy. Good for laughing. I wanted to say just could no let me. Finish the answer that you wouldn't let me finish. Okay. Go ahead. That you would let me finish his his wife's running for state Senate in Virginia. She would eventually lose. She was given seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars wasn't his campaign. It was her campaign. Okay. Why don't you? Go ahead. Eric, and we'll see if other people out there too. I'm not going to change your mind. Once you go ahead. And you want to say a final thing, I'm gonna let you say an uninterrupted. Unlike you, go ahead. I apologize for interrupting you, I I like his show as you know, I've been a I am a registered independent my entire life. I've voted Republican the last twenty to twenty five years until two thousand sixteen the question you after earlier tonight. Is how is how is this going to affect what's going on? Now, the cavenaugh thing going to affect me voting, and what excuse me, I have a bit of a cold. My my realignment of voting occurred started occurring in two thousand sixteen Trump began running for president. Let's remember a couple of things, you know, seventy you call. How many how many final things do you wanna say beef? Eric Eric, Eric hold on a second. Okay. You interrupted me. At least five times, you said to me you'd like to say a final thing. And I gave you that opportunity. Now, how many final things do you want to say without interruption? Just gimme the number. So I can count them. How about one last item one last item from Eric? Go ahead. Eric. Some of your colleagues tonight made some misstatements in one of them was North Korea. There hasn't been anything concrete has occurred there wrong, right? Wrong weekly wrong. Weekly wrong wrong. Well, there were three US citizens who are hostages who you may have missed that story, Eric, but okay, give you also been remains of several dozen US service personnel returned who died during the Korean war. How about the most important thing though, Eric? But I really got to say good night because you've interrupted me for the for the sixth and final time, but I the effort and by the way, when you talk to your girlfriend, treat her a little bit more respectfully in her point of view, then you've treated mom have a great night. Six one seven two thousand four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty Eric I think we would like to put Eric in the water just to let people know what actually happens if you have the. Yeah. Let's do this. Eric have a great swim. You know, Eric is is a typical caller who I really try to engage a conversation with. I mean, it's important for us to have conversations. But the only way you can have a conversation is of each person responds to questions and allows the the other person to answer the question, and you just don't go from asking a question interrupting and then asking another question that is a tactic. Not we doing nightside six one seven to five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. And I do hope you call back, Eric, and your girlfriend is saying is a very sane woman. And she must be a very nice woman to put up with your constant interruptions. Let's go to nicer person than me. I'm sure let's open up the BC box office. If you call a number eight at six one seven nine three one ten thirty going gonna win a pair of tickets to which is woods additional valley in Westwood west Ford board the haunted. Hey. Alright if you dare now through October thirty first that's Halloween for tickets and schedules. Visit ski nashoba dot com got to be caller number eight six one seven nine three one ten thirty and Robin. Let you know if you want to be in the show six one seven two five four ten thirty. We'll come right back on nightside..
"westwood west" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And we've got a lot to talk about Saturday. Of course was the big day. Brad Kavanagh judge Brett Kevin was confirmed with the supreme court on a fifty to forty eight vote devote itself was something of an anti-climax. It was clear there for at least a couple of days that he was going to be to be confirmed. And he was immediately sworn in and he'll be out the. Bench. I think not tomorrow. I think they're off today. But I think tomorrow we'll be seeing Justice Brett Cavanaugh the supreme court bench. And I think now that there's appalling process has finally come to an end think most of us have got mixed feelings, you know, we're happy that that we finally one or happy that that the Senate eventually got to the right result. And outstanding conservative Justice was confirmed on the other hand, I think all of us are depressed about how awful how awful the process was the smears to which judge Cavin on his family were were subjected and the utter dishonesty of the Democrats in tried to derail his nomination by any means necessary, including mob action in Washington DC. We'll be talking about that aspect of it later as the as the show continues. It as usual when you have these political dramas you've got heroes, and you've got villains right heroes include Mitch McConnell McConnell has sometimes been been criticized by my view, the Senate is that because of the filibuster. The majority leader of the Senate tends to look like tends to look ineffectual and the minority leader of the Senate tends to look like a tactical genius. Usually that's not true. And I I think Mitch McConnell knows how to work the Senate as well as anybody. But when the filibuster and play the majority leader is often rather paralyzed. The filibuster is not in play here. Of course. And we we owe a debt of gratitude to Harry Reid for busting filibuster has to judicial nominees not was in effect only for a short time. The Democrats put the filibuster into effect for judicial nominees sometime in the ninety s or the two thousands. So it was very brief. And then they decided to take it away. And that may things a little bit easier for the Republicans this time around so Mitch McConnell was a hero. He he he steadfastly work denomination through the Senate. He leaned hard on his on his colleagues. He got the vote scheduled when he had the votes to to confirm judge cavenaugh as kudos to Mitch McConnell. Donald trump. Donald Trump was a hero of the process. Trump nominated a mainstream salad conservative non-political, very experienced judge. He could have gotten younger he could have gone, more ideological. But he didn't he went with them. The most plainly qualified confirmable mainstream person on his list, probably that being judged cavenaugh. And and I think part of what the Democrats did want one of their ideas was that they might undermine the president's support for his nominee, and and Trump might withdraw the nomination or or lean on the nominee to withdraw from the process. I think they thought they had a good chance to intimidate judge cabinet the point rate didn't wanna proceed on account of the smears, of course, that didn't happen. So heroes, the heroes of the process. Susan collins. So. Who before this process began whoever would have said that the big heroes on the Republican side. But turned out to be Susan Collins Lindsey Graham, I would not have predicted that I'm sure you would not have either. But Susan Collins from Maine always considered a swing vote and swing of course, if you're a if you're solid conservative like, I am most of you probably are means unreliable means every once in a while. They they go native and vote the other way, but not this time. Susan Collins gave really an excellent speech, you've probably seen at least excerpts from it. She talked for quite a while. But she started at square one talking about the supreme court in about the senate's constitutional role in advising and consenting to the president's nominations. And she talked about how she's voted for liberal justices nominated by democratic presidents in the past and talked about what what she thinks the standard is. And why she thinks that judge Cavanaugh clearly met it. It was an excellent speech. And and Susan Collins viewed as a possible no vote early on turned out to be one of the heroes. Lindsey Graham, Lindsey Graham is a funny guy. You know, he was John McCain's sidekick for quite a few years. And I think there were times when Lindsey Graham was kind of being led astray by McCain. He was hurt elected junior. Maverick. You know, and and there are situations where McCain was double crossing his party. And and he can. Always count on Lindsey Graham as a as a follower. Maybe with McCain. Now gone, maybe that will be truly longer. I don't know in any event that the best moment in the whole confirmation process. Was of course, when Lindsey Graham went on his epic righteous tirade against the Democrats and really told it like it was to the satisfaction of every Republican watching that outrageous hearing. You know, they had the hearings to be earlier the confirmation hearing that was over the Democrats, of course, had nothing on Kevin I'd ever laid a glove on him. And so they waited until after the confirmation hearing was done, and then they at the last possible moment pull out of their back pocket. This ridiculous allegation by Christine Ford, which their staff it helped forward to concoct. She changed her story and key respects fundamental respects after she started working with the democratic staffers on the judiciary committee, if we have time, maybe we'll talk about that a little bit later on the show as well. But in any event. That that follow up hearing that just riveted millions and millions of Americans never should have happened. But it did and Lindsey Graham really stole the show. Cabinet himself. Of course is one of the heroes of the process. The Democrats tried to intimidate him. They tried to drive them out they failed, and I think the turning point along with along with Lindsey Graham's righteous indignation. I think the turning point was was cabinet cabinet is own indignation on he testified before the Senate Judiciary committee and came out strong. You know, hitting hard indignant at having been smeared indignant at having had his reputation destroyed falsely for no good reason by the Democratic Party. So I think I think judge cabin himself goes into the books as one of the heroes. How about the villains? Well, Lisa Murkowski, Republican vote. No, she's not up for reelection until two twenty twenty two. And maybe she thinks that Republican voters will have forgotten about this by then I don't think so maybe she means to retire from the Senate and figures she's a free agent doesn't have after run again as a Republican or maybe she intends to. Which parties I I don't know if she certainly could run as a democrat in twenty twenty two and and she would proudly offer that no vote on judge cavenaugh is as her prime qualification. I don't know how the voters in Alaska would take that. But you know, there's an interesting thing going on here. Lisa Murkowski is the daughter of governor Frank Murkowski, who was a Republican politician. If I if memory serves me correctly, it was governor Murkowski who Sarah Palin defeated when she ran for governor. I think she ran against Murkowski in the Republican primary and beat him. That was the real shocker, and then she ran against the democrat. I forget his name. But he was the most popular democrat in Alaska at that time. I if I remember correctly, also, a former governor himself, and she and she and she beat the democrat in the general election to become the the governor of Alaska. But but Lisa Murkowski is not someone who had to earn her stripes as a Republican or as a conservative was the governor's daughter and people who are in that situation. Oftentimes. Are are not don't have a deep ideological foundation. Don't really know. Why am I Republican? Well, my daddy was a Republican, you know. And and and I think it's it's dangerous to put people like that in in public office. Because when crunch time comes you may find out that they really don't have the commitment to Republican principles that you normally assume that they have so Sarah Palin. Of course, trolled troll. These were Caskey on Twitter. Sarah Palin tweeted, I could see twenty twenty two from my house which everybody took as a threat that Sarah Palin might run against Murkowski in the Republican primary in twenty twenty two. Well, I hope someone does help someone does. Other villains, of course, include Dianne Feinstein, and the others on the Senate Judiciary committee. No reason even to talk about them. We knew they were going to be villains. And they were Joe Manchin, Joe Manchin is an interesting situation here Joe mansion is the is the is the most conservative democrat in the in the Senate, which of course, is served damning with faint praise that doesn't make a very conservative. But but what he can he votes with his constituents which means voting most of the time with the Republicans because Trump carried Westwood West Virginia by like forty two points or something like that. So so mansion is up this year. He's writing he's got a strong opponent trying to hang onto his Senate seat. So so mansion was not exactly a profile. Encourage mansion waited to see how other senators were voting. And when it was clear that the nomination couldn't have been stopped. The Democrats didn't have the votes Susan Collins as voting yes, everybody's voting. Yes. On the Republican side. Except for Lisa Murkowski. So when it was clear that the vote was lost Chuck Schumer released, Joe Manchin, and Joe Manchin bravely voted yes, the nomination in favor of confirming judge Gavin when it didn't matter what it was clear that it that it wouldn't matter if it had matter would've voted, no. And and he did that obviously to try to keep alive his hopes to get reelected next month, and you can contrast what Joe Manchin did with what Heidi Heitkamp debt, Heidi Heitkamp from North Dakota came out and opposition to judge cavenaugh. She actually came out. I forget exactly when but not it wasn't. You know, her vote was not a surprise some days earlier. She had come out and said, oh, I'm going to vote. No. There's only one explanation for that. And that is that Heitkamp was looking at the polls in North Dakota and realized she had no chance of being reelected, and she won't be that that that race is over. And so looking at the polls and realizing she had no chance of being reluctant what she thinking about. Well, she's thinking about her future media career, you know, as a as a former democrat Senator she never has to return to North Dakota. She could be like, Tom Daschle. I don't think Tom Daschle ever set foot in the state of South Dakota get after losing his reelection bid to to John thune. He bought a stately townhouse in Georgetown, and and continues to reside in Israel home. Washington DC so Heidi Heitkamp by voting. No has burnished her credentials as a cable news figure after she loses. Her reelection bid next month. Let's ride to a break. And when we return we'll have more on the cabinet nomination and your calls at eight five five forty Laura. The Laura Ingram show..
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"Talk radio six eighty wcbs now once again here's tom we're back the tom more show coming in again on abba abba at one time was the second most the second biggest income producer in sweden after volvo that's how big they were at one point anyway let's go to lee in baltimore and talk about the election election city or state i dunno lee welcome to the show hey thank you thank you for having me on tonight what's up well from what i think is some mcconnell are genius for them to have a vote on the supreme court justice before election they have what's that the democrats running in the red state yes checkmate yeah you're absolutely right i think there's three of them i think westwood west virginia and north dakota and there's one other one that are clearly in the situation where those three people in states where trump won big west virginia was i think his largest forty two north dakota thirty six montana at twenty nineteen in indiana nineteen yeah well whatever they clearly i think that's that may very well be right that that was that's clearly that's a strategy he's he's thinking politics the whole way the damned if they don't do the democrats if they don't they're gonna have the republicans and trump has ninety percent approval rating among republicans yeah you know you're right i think that's that that really is i hadn't thought about that way but yeah absolutely that's clearly a strategy and it it probably is going to be effective but quite frankly i quite frankly i don't think he's going to need them because i don't think any of the republicans are gonna vote who go go against mcconnell and not and i'm talking about lisa chelsea and and susan what's her name mccarthy and collins collins susan susan i don't think they're going to go against him either so i think he's going to get fifty one votes without the without the democrats a female candidate justice what's that he's got a nominee you know justice amy over from kansas i think yeah that could very well be that again would would would mitigate the the susan collins lisa murkowski arguments exactly that's that's a good point and i can i'm almost like ninety five percents your trump is gonna win over you election in twenty twenty and when he when berkeley tires when he puts it his six conservative court justice that's when they got turnover roe v wade now as i said to come you've heard me say cup to cup of folks when they're going to do it i think that if with that it won't happen in the next two years that just won't because i think chase justice roberts would would would he'll take over the role that kennedy had of the swing vote i agree that's why i'm not until revolt against and trump conservative on their fate against very well i think that's i don't think he's gonna survive ninety one no no no i i wonder whether it's just about two more years quite frankly anyway i appreciate the call 'cause i think there there was a lien some really great thoughts i mean i appreciate people who call who who who aren't ideologue just thinking things through that's really great and that's really impressive so we're going to to a call or we're going to go to willie okay we're gonna go we got willy on the live we're going to go to mike and parks the park bill mark mike welcome to the show sorry to keep you waiting yeah i was going to call belt the shooting in the napa oh yes yes the court topic really takes precedent oh i know i got to.
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"He's panic a hundred bucks something like that i remember getting on rtd to ref toughen dirty going to the nike storm westwood this was the ninety store westwood west with village me and my boys we got on the roof toughened their because the nike dunks was out that's when kentucky in syracuse at all of them used to wear the same she recalled nike nothing flat they've crazy in jordan's came out jobs one hundred twenty five dollars man huh we thought that that was like a lifesaving we are scrapped once but we figured on get it yeah yeah it was crazy backed that coming up next the nfl since the combines going on the competition committee is meeting and there's all sorts of potential rule changes and of course none of it is going to matter because during the season rogge and look and say what what is that widow no we're talking about and we're gonna yelling scream about it but will yellow screw about it this morning as well we'll tell you will not me what what the changes potentially could be next two zero foot so steve let's go is it roster his birthday no it was the other day verse yeah we had rod series birthday the other day we dearly murders elderly alike amal more you make and upset me i we we absolutely have rod stewart i'm a look up your birthday because i know we do said the other day this like two days ago day was not lost to obey like the other day does not just two days ago earnings are joys ago if uefa two months ago that's not the other day data within a couple of weeks applause.
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"One on 10 10 win no official and wins accuweather 4day forecast here's meteorologist dave bowers with this live report clear to partly cloudy sky year for the rest of the evening will be into the for the morning rush pretty nice day tomorrow by a december standards a lot of sunshine not much wind will get back to us seasonable forty seven just a few degrees colder tomorrow night and prodi for that matter friday some sun early nine cloudy up with a high near forty and saturday looks me a cloudy cold day now there is going to be a store developing offshore could russia's with a period of snow flurries and the warning high temperature of thirty nine and then on sunday at clouds and sunshine a cold possibility of a couple of snow showers high of thirty eight forty one degrees partly cloudy and central park only down to thirty eight in midtown i'll be devolved dave bowers on new york's weather station ted win and we're keeping our eye on california now with those wildfires which are giving firefighters that fit out there fire which broke out early today near la's poss belair prompting another call for evacuations today to go along with thousands who were told to get out and ventura county yesterday correspondent jim rupe on the west coast forced tonight they'd be began before five a m first reported as a six acre brushfire wind fire crews arrived in in less than an hour it exploded to more than fifty acres as the winds pushed it up the hill on the east side of the 405 freeway between westwood west la in the san fernando valley this is going to stress even further the already stressed firefighting resources stretched between three major wildfires this fire started along the 405 but how is unclear the right now that doesn't even matter jim roope los angeles yeah this is one in a series of blazes that have scores more than eighty three thousand acres out there his burned scores of buildings and forced tens of thousands from their homes we will keep monitoring developments wins news time eight fourteen and that.
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"The media told me ronda uneven make topthree mvp russel's the mvp the thing is this thing is how much two hundred forty million dollars he wants paul george georgia state right he's got this halabi's assessing paul becomes and liens well russell westbrook has to do that if paul george going to stay right here's a onerace you told me last year on the show and i think it's true you told me the nba media like stories okay russell westbrook's a great story because he got his heartbroken with k d now dr braun didn't get me mvp voting westbrook one it going away if you're the mvp so i believe is the envy p you got you get paul george melanin in improving steven adams you can't one on the road look live your your talent he'll be pay no heart lulls resume speaks for itself it is what it is and most smart people knew when he came he's a ball stopper and it's like how the hell is he gonna fit would westbrook and paul george and it makes perfect sense to bring this man off the bench but he scoffed and laughter there because of his ego he won't acknowledged what he he's 33 he's at the end of his career it again i i got all the evidence i know would russell westbrook is he showed it to me last year i got ten years of carmelo i know what the hell he is this is on carmelo i it's it's it's nice to beat up westbrook westwood west will this is all melo in in my.
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"Pile but they'll hopefully i died last you definitely dying before eric he is much younger than he had the men died you for women don't you know that already given up my decade then the divy for women by like six years and ya on average how i told me i'm not allowed odd die before so that i work that out because the same age non five years older the pro for you know we'll see two years older than my wife and twelve years older than my husband come neck and neck to me then going to be close give it have you met my husband he's like an old saw like i'm still so your cells that you're wishing he would done jiang yang they at least i don't know i guess it would be better if i died first in the end wouldn't you rather die first i don't know now this is heroin thought about it though they'll be neither it took me a second but i found a bruce fischer is buried on the other side of marilyn monroe whose verse fischer fischer american songwriter according to recopied oh yeah he did rates and good zongo relation to maryland though i don't believe switches to happen again i was december the hollywood forever cemetery ride in hollywood that's what they do movies on saturday nights he can come govern and watch movies and there's lots of famous you'll merit buried there john adams now blanc oh there's a there's a lot of those cemeteries in la hollywood with a lot of celebrities this one is the the west would but took widow say was westwood west wood memorial yeah that's right by ucla back to hugh hefner four seconds did you know he was death when he died in apparently was his own doing because apparently you took so much by agra it caused him to lose his hearing this according to his wife in he made the decision zhan early on that he would rather have sex than you have his hearing which seems like a pretty good tradeoff gatting sows risen anything about who is having sex.
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"Emi nominations were announced yesterday and of course we wanted to get to dance thoughts on that we're going through the categories rails have some other a tv stuff that we want to talk about a little bit later on but let's walking dan back to the show welcome back in thank you much all right let's get to this won best actress in drama series of and uh i think you already know who i'm written for here see claire for for the crown elizabeth moss for the handmaid's tale robin reid for house of cards viola davis to get away with murder carry russell for the americans in evin rachel would for west ward a westwood west waffles obviously you know i'm juvenile given audio quit that you would like to well i would thing is i'm not written for her oh i know but i'll do it anyway if you will see that or is it is i as you know hold on of you insist area high end carrier for an i love mix radio show no she does but i'm rooting for elizabeth moss what does with moss is she the favorite here i would i would hope i would save that she is the favourite phnom wouldn't would i look to category my annoyance yap's carry cared here on a leftover added that is my point of frustration i think that elizabeth part both the paper it and probably at a prohibitive favorite i think that she basically do oh i mean she ginola spectacular but this is the kind of her moment here's the it they coronation earth that had been a long time counting i think if you look at the other people in the category uh to me up and rachel would really was supposed to be able to support in category i i think you but you know whatever at carell spectacular on the american can it would be sad at the show where to end without her winning but here we are are incurred boys great on the crowd win a eat this massive were acting could get lost.