35 Burst results for "White Guy"

Conservative Talk Show Host Carl Jackson on the Moment God Stole His Heart

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | Last week

Conservative Talk Show Host Carl Jackson on the Moment God Stole His Heart

"Carl Jackson, you telling us your story. All right, so you met this guy, Jim and gilakis and so he says to you, he's like, you know, a lot of Christians at churches like faith assembly of God because those are the kind of churches I go to. You know, they'd be like, hey, brother, I love you. And if you're new to that, you're like, what? You love me. No, I don't. So yeah, so it kind of put you off a little bit. So what happened? Yeah, it put me off a little bit initially. And then honestly, probably within a moment or so, I just broke, I wept like a baby. No one had ever said, no man had ever said to me, I love you. And here it is, this white guy telling me Carl, I love you. And it was just the guy was just so nice. I mean, to this day, it's just such a kind hearted guy. And then when he took me back to introduce me to other staff members that I was going to be working with, he didn't tell anyone that I was there to serve community service. He just said, hey, here's a guy that's going to be volunteering his time to help out. Show him the ropes. Show him what he needs to do. He told he told me that I would just report to him that no one needed to know. You know, why I was there and honestly, that blew me away because Eric, I was so ashamed, I knew that. The lifestyle that I was living like I said, one foot in the church one foot out. I knew better. And the Shane was just unbelievable. And that moment, I would say that was the moment that I say God just reached down any completely just stole my heart. And I was radically changed from that moment

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Mike Reflects on His Past Comments About Kelly Clarkson's Appearance

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Mike Reflects on His Past Comments About Kelly Clarkson's Appearance

"A number of years ago, I got embroiled in a big thing where I made a flippant remark about a woman's weight. And that went viral and it was horrifying. And the reason I was horrified by it was only because my stupid comment and listen, I'm the last person in the universe to make any remark about anybody's weight, much less a beautiful young woman like Kelly Clarkson. And knowing that there was such media coverage over a conversation that I had with Chris Wallace about that. And it was a real one of those stupid two middle aged white guys making a stupid remark about somebody who put on weight. And this guy wrote about it, and it went viral. It was all over the place. People magazine TMZ everywhere, and I was horrified because I knew that that got back to her. Because of all the publicity, I just it killed me to think that my words would hurt a magnificently talented and successful and beautiful woman like her. And it really did impact me enormously. I mean, it was awful. I went into a box there for weeks and weeks. It was and of course I apologize profusely and I hope that my apology reached her. I have no idea how I would reach her if I ever, but I just it was one of the worst chapters of my career. Only because I knew that my words were heard by her and I wasn't going to get into, yeah, but it was only a quick aside and it was this stupid writer who's an attention seeker and I don't care about any of that. My words hurt somebody.

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There's Something Suspicious About Monoclonal Antibody Treatment for 'High Risk' Patients

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

There's Something Suspicious About Monoclonal Antibody Treatment for 'High Risk' Patients

"I'm sixty one years old slightly a little bit overweight. I got ten or twenty more pounds. I'd like to lose. I don't know what kind of risk that am. I high risk. If i die of covert i guess i would have been a high risk. How many people have we heard didn't have any commodities and died of covert not everybody who dies with coverted has a bunch of pre existing conditions. Right listen to what this reporter jennifer that care. Tv in minneapolis. Saint paul says at the beginning of her report treatment only works if you get covert and you're also at high risk for severe disease. Now listen the treatment only works if you're at high risk that doesn't even make any sense. That's not even logical. It only works if you have and if you're at high risk really that's what it works so if you're low risk it doesn't work you see what they're doing. And i'm not a conspiracy theorist but do you see why the media is a trusted. Think about that. It only works these these antibody treatments. If you're at high risk and if you've got kelvin well guess what asari on like the guy on the titanic knocking over the ladies and little kids to get on the lifeboat. If i get cove in. I want the monoclonal antibody treatments okay. You gotta do now. Why don't i get that opportunity. Oh only if you're high risk will at work you see it only work. It won't work for sixty one year old. You know chubby white guys. It only works if you're like got emphysema and all kinds of other terrible health conditions.

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Dr. Stella Immanuel Details How She First Started Treating Covid Patients With Hydroxychloroquine

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Stella Immanuel Details How She First Started Treating Covid Patients With Hydroxychloroquine

"What did you discover what was what was your initial experience when this pandemic hit hard in. Houston well what we were. We were scared. Because i have all these patients from defiance china and everything so we really try so we got all the tv You in the first few weeks. We just Or moskvy if this thing just to survive and then a pharmacy coach me on set that using top secret open in china in spain to italy so we said wow if i took. I'm used to the medication. So we basically just using it. We isolate using to monitor. Those patients are way doing extremely well. We'll keep patients early in marks and you know we put it on sink we also had And everything so. We started treating patients undergoing extremely well. I was so excited. I went on. Facebook started talking to physicians. All my Imagine hydroxy this could be patients getting better to better. To my surprise i talked. You get attacked for healing people. What is wrong with you. Don't you know doctors are supposed to be political figures. Healing actual human beings issue. Okay so i have to imagine to be perfectly blunt. You're a woman. You are black. You have an accent. It strikes me that if you were a six foot three white guy from harvard medical school it would be different

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"Leave No Trace" Author: Pete Rock

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"Leave No Trace" Author: Pete Rock

"Pete. Rock is an immensely talented writer. His two thousand nine novel. My abandonment was made into the leave. No trace starring ben foster and thomason mackenzie pete. We finally get a chance to speak. Thank you so much for being here today. Thank you so born in salt lake city. Talked me about what you were like as a kid growing up right because many of your books in your kind enough to send me. I think it was two years ago. Night swimmers which i absolutely loved many of your characters in your books are people that aren't infringer. Society wanders. I wonder is that part of your childhood. Will kid where you what. What kind of talking about your life growing up in in utah. F- well there's the self mythology and then there's the truth Tell i have kids now. So i'm always explaining to them how i was a kid. I was an amazing soccer player. I was so good Which is what. I tell them. You know i was kid really like to read I was living in an environment that i think shaped me. a lot. Which is to say. I was surrounded by mormons. And i wasn't mormon and so every kind of typical child activity. You might have whether it was cub scouts or basketball. They all took place at the white house in my neighborhood. So there's a lot of praying before uniform inspection. We prayed and i would be paging through my cub scout. Handbook thinking where the prayers like. What is this about and so You know kind of a know super privileged white guy so it's sort of hard to talk about it as sort of being an outsider in any way because they've had a lot of privileges and at the same time. I grew up in an environment where i didn't belong in where everyone else seemed to be. Part of the conversation. Or part of a series of of gatherings that i was not

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"white guy" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

08:03 min | 3 months ago

"white guy" Discussed on Trumpcast

"This character would actually be. But i have this probably utopian vision of a kind of like understanding this the way that this character archetype enters a show as obstacle and then the show is better and the story is more interesting because both of those characters exists together rather than just ditching him forever again totally utopian and like not how chose are actually greenland and not how creators are actually paid but it is nevertheless thing that i was like in the corner of my eye as i was watching the last thing i want to say about this is sort of trojan horse model that you were bringing up this idea that like you bring in the white character point of view and then the white character just sort of fades into the background. Which i for me is like orange is the new black model right. He again there is something little bit cynically and like accurately like this is how stuff actually made on hollywood about that idea where it's like we gotta give them the white people and then hopefully they're invested enough that they stay for the not white people and yeah. I'm sure that that's real. I'm sure that that is exactly how all of those shows got made and you can see the mechanisms moving behind. It's just infuriating. I guess there is a part of me that still thinks that the cynically created engine of here. We have these characters that are being forced to exist in the same space is still an interesting narrative. Right is still worth watching. Maybe in spite of its cynical. Routes i dunno. I want to talk about the utopian idea of this when we get back which is to say i would like to talk about. Ted lasso fits. I'm we're gonna take a break but if you're enjoying the waves we'd love it if you'd like them subscribe to the waves wherever you get your podcasts. 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Three sixty two and one convertible bc with windows ten saves battery life or whenever an idea hits him hp specter x. Three sixty a more thoughtful laptop. Okay so i wanna get back to what we were talking about. And sort of like the way that these white guys can be sort of like deputized and cynical and utopian ways and i wanna get into like the most utopian white guy that there is out there right now which is lasso but i do sort of wanted to open the context like a little bit and say that you know even as all of this is happening. Look if you look at what's airing on. Hbo right now like hbo has become a channel about rich. White people. i mean mayor of east town is not rich but she has white like these sort of large show is about like there's the white lotus their succession. Big little lies the undoing. Just like interesting about all this stuff happening at once where white people are not going anywhere from the center of television. There does seem to be like some sort of like financial bedrock and obviously it's true that. Hbo is also like the channel. That may i may destroy you. Like michaela kohl's brilliant best thing that's been on tv in years like series and that is true but it's like meanwhile it's our bread and butter has become like nicole kidman in. I'm really expensive scenery. It's just to say. I think this is like a thing that's all. This trend is only going to become more pressing because people are thinking about it and more but it is still just like a little pocket right now of where we are yes absolutely but certainly it is like a big part of what we're talking about and ted lasso seems to me in a way that surprises me because it's on apple. Tv which is still sort of hard to know how many people have it had. Lassos everywhere and ted. Lhasa was of course the teddy bear. Why i mean he's perfect right. What does he. I don't actually think he's perfect. But i think that's kind of what's interesting about the show but he is sort of this very benevolent american export of like enlightened masculinity and people love him. Yeah it has been fascinating to see people coming to the second season of ted lasso. And either i think picking up on some pretty obvious things that the show is is hinting at about. How ted lasso actually got to be the way he is in like how. Maybe we should consider the mental health costs of being relentlessly emotionally. Open to everyone else but not to yourself and all of that kind of stuff but there is just no question that at least in season one this show rose to the level that it did because of this reading of him as an actual white man that we could all cling to like some kind of life preserver that had been thrown out to everyone as we were drowning amid trumpism and covert and you know nightmares and the show is canny. I think about the way that that creates all kinds of traps for this character about likability and how you create story out of some kind of airless. Perfect of character and it also reminds me of another really great moment in this conversation that i had with mike white about the white lotus where he was like. Look i'm not an idiot. Like if i wanted to write purely virtuous characters. I believe that. I could do that. Like if i wanted to write characters that just everyone embraced and everyone was like they're amazing. I think i could do that. But it's not what he's drawn to. It has been interesting to feel like ted lasso started from that place and is now trying to move to. What i believe is a more interesting and like fraud. Place is having trouble with the audience. That doesn't always wanna come along or.

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"white guy" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"white guy" Discussed on Trumpcast

"So we're going to try this episode to critique the position of white guys on television without sort of repeating the problem that white guys on television currently present which is that. they're not the point and yet they're the point. I want to dive in by talking about this great piece. Catherine wrote for vulture about the crisis. That white guys are going through genetic. Maybe you'd think it's not really an emergency. So bad so white guys are still of course all over television as they are in the world but they are on television in a different way in certainly in some new shows and they have been in the past. And you can see that in shows like peacock sitcom rutherford falls. Amc's genre bending. Kevin can himself and the two big hits of summer. Hbo's hotel drama. The white lotus featuring a bevy of white guys who were going to get into and of course ted lasso. Basically the white guy who used to be. Tv's default protagonists are not but who are they. What does it say about them. And us catherine have i. We're gonna keep talking now. I would just shamelessly coach from your piece. So why don't you tell us. It's central argument. Yeah for what i think the framing of it as a crisis it has been really interesting to see responses from two different sides of sort of people who look at the headline that are immediately put off by it. People who are like. I don't want to hear about a crisis for white guys like i'm done. We talked about them too much. And then of course from the other like terrifying side of white guys being like extremely mad at me and sending me all kinds of emails but it was in response to something. I started noticing as a pattern in new television shows that were coming out this summer. And something i saw. Rutherford falls and kevin can f- himself in particular. I had this sudden realization that they're like the same show at the core

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TV's White Guys Are in Crisis

Trumpcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

TV's White Guys Are in Crisis

"So we're going to try this episode to critique the position of white guys on television without sort of repeating the problem that white guys on television currently present which is that. they're not the point and yet they're the point. I want to dive in by talking about this great piece. Catherine wrote for vulture about the crisis. That white guys are going through genetic. Maybe you'd think it's not really an emergency. So bad so white guys are still of course all over television as they are in the world but they are on television in a different way in certainly in some new shows and they have been in the past. And you can see that in shows like peacock sitcom rutherford falls. Amc's genre bending. Kevin can himself and the two big hits of summer. Hbo's hotel drama. The white lotus featuring a bevy of white guys who were going to get into and of course ted lasso. Basically the white guy who used to be. Tv's default protagonists are not but who are they. What does it say about them. And us catherine have i. We're gonna keep talking now. I would just shamelessly coach from your piece. So why don't you tell us. It's central argument. Yeah for what i think the framing of it as a crisis it has been really interesting to see responses from two different sides of sort of people who look at the headline that are immediately put off by it. People who are like. I don't want to hear about a crisis for white guys like i'm done. We talked about them too much. And then of course from the other like terrifying side of white guys being like extremely mad at me and sending me all kinds of emails but it was in response to something. I started noticing as a pattern in new television shows that were coming out this summer. And something i saw. Rutherford falls and kevin can f- himself in particular. I had this sudden realization that they're like the same show at the core

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"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:17 min | 3 months ago

"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"I think when some people watch to lasso and they just want a warm fuzzy hug of silliness for me. That show is what we do in the shadows and i have seen the first four episodes of season three. I'm super excited about them. My goofy beloved vampires back. They are goofy and beloved and then my my final recommendation is a device that has gotten me and my family through the last eighteen months or however long this is now and if you have kids i would say under the age of maybe like seven or eight. I highly recommend this as like a christmas level present because the initial investment is a little steep. Is a thing called tony box. It is a soft sided bluetooth speaker. And it has a little magnetic figure can attach to the top of it and it is basically like story time that your even say two or three year old can totally control themselves. You can buy tons of figures to put on the top of it so all of your disney stories and whatever and your kids can listen to them whenever they want. It is how. I have gotten any work done for a very long time. My hack though is that they sell these creative figures and they tell you you're supposed to read stories into them so your kids can listen to. No one has time for that. I can't sit there recording content for my children. That's not how this goes but what you can do is download any of the thousands of free hours of kids. Storytime podcast is mp threes and just upload those suckers and my. My kids are obsessed with them. They have fixed bedtime. The tony box thing. I will love forever. I wanna tell you in all seriousness. I saw you tweet about the tony like months ago and like fell down a rabbit hole where i was like. Am i getting this and my children and it looks amazing. And then i didn't but now maybe i am. I recommendation is a book. And it's a book you've definitely heard of but it's richard powers the over story. You know award winning novel about trees which. I finally read this summer because i was like some romina read a book and i had been it's great. Everyone says it's great. It is in fact great but my note about it is. It's a sort of this book about trees like the trees that but in fact it is also about people like there is really a plot. There's one hundred percent a plot and there's hundreds and a lot of characters. And i almost feel like i was oversold about the trees like i was. The over story was oversold as being about trees in a way. That meant me thinking. Like i was just gonna be like learning about like sycamore or something like chapter after after chapter but in fact it it contains like it's a real novel with a real story and it's wonderful and also will make you have lots of feelings about trees and the environment as you know i mean if you're already having too many of those feelings be warned but i thought it was going to be a fog and it was not. It was wonderful. Everyone's read that's they're show this week. This episode of the waves is produced by asha solutia. Who's filling in for shanna off. Susan matthews is our editorial director in june. Thomas is the senior managing producer of the sleep. Podcast network if you like the show be sure to subscribe and rate review wherever you get your podcast and please consider supporting the show by joining slate. Plus.

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"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

Slate's Double X Gabfest

07:05 min | 3 months ago

"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

"We could never laugh up before. Don't miss new episodes of work in progress every sunday. Only on showtime. Okay so i want to get back to what we were talking about. And sort of like the way that these white guys can be sort of like deputized and cynical and utopian ways and i want to get into the most utopian white guy that there is out there right now which is also but i do sort of wanted to open the context like a little bit and say that you know even as all of this happening like if you look at what's airing on. Hbo right now like hbo has become a channel about rich white. People i mean mayor of eastbound is not rich but she is white like these sort of large show about like. There's the white lotus their succession. They little. There's the undoing. There is something just like interesting about all this stuff happening at once where why people are not going anywhere from the center of television. There does seem to be like some sort of financial bedrock and obviously it's true the. Hbo is also like the channel. That may i may destroy you. Like michaela kohl's brilliant best thing that's been on tv and years like series and that is true but it's like meanwhile it's sort of bread and butter has become like nicole kidman in. I'm really expensive scenery. It's just to say. I think this is like a thing. That's this trend is only going to become more pressing because people are thinking about it more but it is still just like a little pocket right now of where we are yes absolutely but certainly it is like a big part of what we're talking about and ted lonzo seems to me in a way that surprises me because it's on apple tv Which is hard to know how many people have it. Ted lassos everywhere and ted. Lhasa was of course the teddy bear. Why he's perfect right. what am i mean. I don't actually think he's perfect. But i think that's kind of what's interesting about the show but he is sort of. This is very benevolent. American export of like enlightened masculinity and people. love him. Yeah it has been fascinating to see people coming to the second season of ted lasso. And either i think picking up on some pretty obvious things that the show is is hinting at about. How ted lasso actually got to be the way he is and like how. Maybe we should consider the mental health costs of being relentlessly emotionally. Open to everyone else but not to yourself and all that kind of stuff but there is just no question that at least in season one this show rose to the level that it did because of this reading of him as an actually good white man that we could all cling to like some kind of life preserver that had been thrown out to everyone as we were drowning amid trumpism and cove it and you know nightmares and the show is candy. I think about the way that that creates all kinds of traps for this character about likability and how you create story out of some kind of airless. Perfection of character and it also reminds me of another really great moment in this conversation that i had with mike white about the white lotus where he was like. Look i'm not an idiot. Like if i wanted to write purely virtuous characters. I believe that i could do that. Like if i wanted to write characters. Just everyone embraced and everyone was like. they're amazing. i think i could do that. But it's not what he's drawn to. It has been interesting to feel like ted lasso started from that place and is now trying to move to what i believe is more interesting and like fraught plays and is having trouble with the audience. That doesn't always wanna come along or doesn't want to read the clues that it's putting down without getting too in the weeds about ted lasso. I think that it's clear in the back half of the season they're going there. And the first half of the season they were idling in a deep way and it became notably cheesy and. I think that's sort of what people are reacting to Like that it just isn't as good as it was because it sort of saving this complication. Yes i guess. The thing about ted last so to me is really enjoy last season and there was this sort of element of surprise. Like you just didn't know what you're getting into and then you've got this like very lovely rom com basically and that's always the thrill and obviously we sort of knew what we were getting into this season that's always more difficult Headless strikes me as being almost explicitly like america propaganda. I mean he's very as you mentioned. It's like it's in the trump context of him being coated like explicitly as this red state athlete. Man who is in instead of being whatever your stereotype about that might be like a football coach is you know doesn't care about winning. Only cares about feelings is so open to other cultural traditions. Just like this beautiful american export when What we're actually. Exporting is so much more scary and toxic and frightening. And i guess. I just have been. It just feels really easy to me. The way that he's been embraced. I don't think there's lots of complicated thinking about him. I think people understandably maybe want just like this like like you wrote about this in the piece on the one hand you know. He's the white guy the post he's like he's the post post white guy like he what you want him to be but he hasn't actually done any work and neither have we been delivered to us. Like this unproblematic present that we get to like be like oh great. It's not problematic watch. Tv without thinking about it. Everything feels so good. And like i of course. We all want fine watch. Tv without thinking about it sometimes. That's what everyone needs but the way that has been like latched onto his like as like a form of self care like something about it and makes me like uneasy. I'm like really like this is. It's just an old sitcom. Do you mean like it's a. It's a very well executed but in some way it's like it's like it's gone through the circle so we're back to where we started so now we have leave it to beaver but just like it's you know in two thousand twenty one. The jokes are a little better on a single camera. You know what. I'm saying like just unlike. Oh have we really gotten anywhere or is this just clever enough to get us back to where we wanted to be this whole time without having to feel bad about it and i think they're interesting places with ted's character but i don't actually think that will change my feeling about the show which is like the way people have just like describe it as like a warm as a thing that's getting through. I'm just like i find it a little corny and embarrassing. Yeah i mean. I think there's one the line that you just said that i think is so interesting is the like he. The show doesn't do any of the work to get him there and like we also haven't done any of the work to get him there and i believe that i have no evidence to support. This is just my guess that the stuff that is coming in the second half of the season they knew it was going to be coming from very early in making the show again totally a guess and so they bury a lot of that and i think the.

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"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"And the critically acclaimed comedy series work in progress with a rare one hundred percent approval rating on rotten tomatoes and high praise from variety and indie wire. Work in progress is a must watch comedy that finds humor in unlikely places. The series follows the cripplingly self-aware protagonist abby and offers an intimate glimpse into her life..

"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

04:36 min | 3 months ago

"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"And if the nathan character were just this little side note and he was obnoxious all the time and she was frustrated with him but it instead they have the show really links them together in a way that i find frustrating as i watched the show. 'cause i just wanna watch the regan parts but it is also intellectually like. I'm totally fascinated. By because i can completely see that it would be like that in real life. I can completely see that he would just be this frustrating looming figure that she could not escape and so there is a way that yet. It's this problem that we wanna talk about. We accidentally recreate by talking about it. And i don't know there's something kind of honest about how impossible it is to escape that yet as you're talking this is reminding me of like honestly now fifteen years ago twenty years ago. Seventeen years ago. There was a nbc. Sitcom called outsource that was set in a call center in india and it was all characters indian except for the protagonist. Who was like you know a john. Kristen ski type. Basically and i. I wrote a piece about it. That was sort of like the show is basically saying like the network and the people making it. We need you to have this point of view. White guy to get into the world of this show. Yeah so something. Like rather and falls are all these other shows. you know. it's like. I kind of basically it's like. How real is this or are. They like having their central protagonists white guy and problema. -tising him to like. Are we getting to do both which is just like so. The more interesting character is not the ed helms character but like including him in promotional materials including him in like the setup of the show. Does that just make it seem to most viewers who maybe are not as like interested in some of these questions like this is just like a regular sitcom like this is parks and rec. I know what i'm getting into. And i actually don't want to watch a show. Where like the lead is a woman or the lead is a woman of color. I think there is just like a lot of having your cake and eating it too. And i don't actually even know what the other solution is like. You did this interview with mike white. Who's a writer and director creator. Who also created enlightened than who wrote the white lotus. I mean it was a great interview and he was really honest about some of this because it's sort of like the logical conclusion of some of the more representation minded scams on like what is basically that maybe like white guy shouldn't be making tv at all. Maybe they shouldn't be on tv at all. And i don't really think that's not going to happen. Obviously we're so so far away from that in that piece the interview sort of he's talking about like how you should do everything you can to get more people making shows people having power but does that mean like. He's still wants to make shows to like maybe he should be able to do that. And that conversation is actually like a very. I think it's pretty elevated conversation. Yeah i think there are two things here. The conversation with mike white. I felt so lucky that he was willing to be as generous with that point of view that he was and i..

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"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

Slate's Double X Gabfest

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"white guy" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

"We're going to try this episode to critique the position of white guys on television without sort of repeating the problem that white guys on television currently present. they're not the point and yet they're the point. I want to dive in by talking about this great piece that catherine wrote for vulture about the crisis. That white guys are going through. Maybe it's not really an emergency so bad so white guys are still of course all over television as they are in the world but they are on television in a different way in certainly in some new shows and they have been in the past. And you can see that in shows like peacocks. Sitcom rutherford falls. Amc's genre bending. Kevin can f- himself and the two big hits of summer. Hbo is hotel drama. The white lotus featuring a bevy of white guys. we're going to get into. And of course ted lasso. Basically the white guys who used to be. Tv's default protagonists are not but who are they. And what does it say about them. And us catherine have. We're going to keep talking now. I would just shamelessly poach from your piece. So why don't you tell us central argument. Yeah for what i think the framing of it as a crisis it has been really interesting to see responses from two different sides of sort of people who look at the headlines immediately. Put off by people who are like. I don't wanna hear about a crisis for white guys like i'm done. We talked about them too much. And then of course from the other like terrifying side of white guys being you know extremely mad at me and sending me all kinds of emails but it was in response to something. I started noticing as a pattern in new television shows that were coming out this summer and it was something i saw in. Rutherford falls and kevin can f- himself in particular. I had this sudden realization that they're like the same show at the core and the idea is that there used to be this white guy who was the obvious default protagonist of the show. He would be like the dad figure he'd be the beloved buffoon he might be like the chosen one character or the love interest or this charismatic. Anti hero figure and now that we have begun to look at the stories that we put on television and say like what if we had other kinds of people in the world who are the main characters that white guy figure no longer works as the

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What's Next for TV's White Guys?

Slate's Double X Gabfest

02:27 min | 3 months ago

What's Next for TV's White Guys?

"We're going to try this episode to critique the position of white guys on television without sort of repeating the problem that white guys on television currently present. they're not the point and yet they're the point. I want to dive in by talking about this great piece that catherine wrote for vulture about the crisis. That white guys are going through. Maybe it's not really an emergency so bad so white guys are still of course all over television as they are in the world but they are on television in a different way in certainly in some new shows and they have been in the past. And you can see that in shows like peacocks. Sitcom rutherford falls. Amc's genre bending. Kevin can f- himself and the two big hits of summer. Hbo is hotel drama. The white lotus featuring a bevy of white guys. we're going to get into. And of course ted lasso. Basically the white guys who used to be. Tv's default protagonists are not but who are they. And what does it say about them. And us catherine have. We're going to keep talking now. I would just shamelessly poach from your piece. So why don't you tell us central argument. Yeah for what i think the framing of it as a crisis it has been really interesting to see responses from two different sides of sort of people who look at the headlines immediately. Put off by people who are like. I don't wanna hear about a crisis for white guys like i'm done. We talked about them too much. And then of course from the other like terrifying side of white guys being you know extremely mad at me and sending me all kinds of emails but it was in response to something. I started noticing as a pattern in new television shows that were coming out this summer and it was something i saw in. Rutherford falls and kevin can f- himself in particular. I had this sudden realization that they're like the same show at the core and the idea is that there used to be this white guy who was the obvious default protagonist of the show. He would be like the dad figure he'd be the beloved buffoon he might be like the chosen one character or the love interest or this charismatic. Anti hero figure and now that we have begun to look at the stories that we put on television and say like what if we had other kinds of people in the world who are the main characters that white guy figure no longer works as the

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Professor Paul Kengor Explains How Karl Marx Divided Groups to Discriminate

Mark Levin

02:02 min | 4 months ago

Professor Paul Kengor Explains How Karl Marx Divided Groups to Discriminate

"You read Marx. And you said, Well, wait a second. Carl. You are obsessed with money. It's all you think about all you think about I mean, it is called material historicism for a reason. Anyway, go right here. Yeah, That's right. I mean, I think that the Alpha and the Omega is class class class right economics, economics. Economics. Individuals are not individuals. They are put into groups. And deeply you're like you say life is more complicated than that, right? I mean individuals come from different religious backgrounds, ancestral ethnic backgrounds. I mean, you know they they're complex and complicated, unique and spiritual. And what happens, stay with the modern Marxist in America. And I think this is what where your book is really crucial. Is in the 21st century. You have this whole new brand or breed or strain or strains of Marxist that are that are putting everybody in groups again. And this time it's by gender. It's by race I've read cover to cover the memoirs of Patrice Cullors, the founder of Black Lives matter, too, By the way, if Shilly Newmark what Mark said about blacks, she would not call herself a Marxist. I can tell you that much. But in her book, she does the same thing. Everybody is in a category and I if she met me, she'd probably say Oh, White guy, right? Wouldn't ask, like, Go. Where are you from? What did you do where you come from? Where your parents like, Where do your kids like? What's your favorite sport? What's your favorite music? You know, everybody is just hammered into a category. And it's an extension of the identity, racial politics. And yet you have Marxist grabbing racial and identity politics and running it through this Marxist framework or lens. So like you say, Yeah, yeah, of course individuals and larger society. They are affected by some of these things, you know, but not to the exclusion of and not solely through the lens of write a bunch of other human influences.

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Critical Race Theory: The Anti-Racists Are the New Racists With American Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson, Sr

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Critical Race Theory: The Anti-Racists Are the New Racists With American Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson, Sr

"I wanna talk about critical race theory. you identify as a black male. Is that right yes okay. That's that's most your life. You're you're in your seventh decade here as blackmail so you speak from experience in the civil rights world before it went crazy and woke You wrote an article at the policy review called a better way to fight critical race theory. What's your thesis in this article. The safe is is not the first of all the so-called anti-racist are the new racist must be very clear they are propagating a theory. That that hearkens back to the days of racism where they're saying that we should be judged by the content of our character but the bottom color of our skin. It wasn't esoteric debate on campuses for many years. But then right. After the george floyd and other incidents the radical left has has has migrated into the public domain and using it now as an instrument to attack american whites attack. Democracy is being used as a pervasive strategy to really undermine the values and principles of the nation of social just and of course. Let's just be clear that what they're trying to do is they're trying to get people to think racially another words. If i see you as a white guy you see me as a white guy sees a blackout when you see that i and when you focus on that it makes you a racialist whether whether we're racists or not the point is it makes you look through the lens of race which you and i know as christians as americans. We know that that's wrong no matter where it goes no matter where it's coming from. There's something unhealthy about

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Can TikTok Cancel Your Hospital Bills?

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:40 min | 5 months ago

Can TikTok Cancel Your Hospital Bills?

"Is something you've learned. That feels illegal to even know ooh sending nephews illegal to even know where to find a parking place in new york city. Remind me to ask you got leader. In this case someone asked this very question on tiktok recently and well a lot of the answers. They didn't make a lot of sense. You're under eighteen and you go into a store and robbed them but you have to be naked. That's the key by atm. And keep it in your room. You open up one hundred bank account so those wanted didn't make sense to me but but here in january one response to that question when super viral it was instructions and how to zero out your hospital bills. Pay nothing if your income slow. Tell me more. I am intrigued. This one came from jared walker in the video. We see a white guy. Early thirties hipster mustache and he says most. Us hospitals are nonprofits. So they are legally required to offer financial assistance or charity. care policies. free or heavily discounted services. Let me show you how this works. He spends the rest of the sixty second video. Demonstrating how to see if you can get your bills forgiven. And as we watch he google's hospitals name plus the phrase financial assistance should be the top link. let's check this search brings up a long document. We see him scrolling. He finds the income threshold below which this hospital will forgive medical. So if you make under that amount The hospital will legally forgive your medical bills. If you're in its first week. This tiktok video got seen more than ten million times in jared. He says he is millions of dollars in hospital. Bills forgiven since that video came out in january. And now he's ramping up.

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British Influencer Identifies as Korean After 18 Surgeries to Look Like BTS Singer

John and Ken on Demand

02:22 min | 5 months ago

British Influencer Identifies as Korean After 18 Surgeries to Look Like BTS Singer

"Here's a i i think from. The world of this person already considered himself nonbinary but really took a big step. It's a social media influencers british and white had eighteen plastic surgeries to look like a member of the k. Pop band bt s out of south korea. So he's decided to he sorry. They decided to change their look to look like a young korean guy with eighteen surgeries costing more than one hundred fifty thousand dollars and made the announcement that not only they nonbinary. They're officially korean. So this person changed their name. They're trying to look like a member of that boy band. You know that has park jimin so they were transitioning their face to look like that and now they are considering themselves. Well here it is. Hey guys i'm finally korean. I've trans visioned. They are now transracial and identify with the name. Jim in which is the same name as the korean boy band guy. I identify as korean. That's just my culture. That's my home country. That's exactly how i look now. Even though again this is a british born white guy who is now nonbinary korean because of eighteen facial surgeries and one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. I'm so happy. I've completed my look. I had the is. I had to brow lift as well and it looked just like jim. I've been trapped in the wrong body. But finding i'm korean i can be myself and yes. I'm so happy. So i've transition. To a non binary person but transitioned to a korean boy band singer. You don't know who i was. You just think i was a korean person. Although i'm looking at the pictures and i they still have blonde hair. And i don't know that they really look

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Democrats Have a Racist History; What Are They Actually Doing on Juneteenth?

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Democrats Have a Racist History; What Are They Actually Doing on Juneteenth?

"All these radical critical race theory, professors and one of these They talk about Americans in America, and they they never talk about the Democrat Party. Do they Now the Democrat party points to the Republican Party and Constitutionalists and conservatives as supporting Jim Crow. What it is. They are the architects and work of Segregation. And the continuation of slavery. So my question is on. Juneteenth. Which is Saturday tomorrow, But of course we celebrated on Friday, so bureaucrats and others can get a three day weekend out of it. Oh, the holy of the holies. What are you Democrats doing? On Juneteenth. What are you doing tomorrow? What are you doing today? If you're a Democrat. You have to embrace the history, the Democrat Party. That's the way it goes. That's what we're told. If you're a Democrat. What are you doing? What are you doing? What are you doing? To acknowledge what your party did. And to make amends. Look if I have to make amends for some white guy who held slaves. 200 years ago, when my family wasn't even here if you're a Democrat, by choice. Hello, hello by choice. Not by biology. And I need to understand this, don't you? So what are you doing?

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14 House Republicans Voted Against Juneteenth Holiday

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:57 min | 5 months ago

14 House Republicans Voted Against Juneteenth Holiday

"The are four hundred and fifteen and the nays are fourteen. The bill is fast texas congresswoman sheila jackson-lee announcing the passage tonight in the house of legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday congresswoman sheila jackson-lee sponsored the legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday. She also sponsored legislation to create what they call a national emancipation trail to trace. The news of the emancipation proclamation. The news of the freeing of the slaves to galveston texas. It took more than two years after the emancipation. Proclamation was signed by president lincoln for the news to reach galveston on june nineteenth eighteen. Sixty five once. President biden signs. This bill that has now passed the senate and the house. June nineteenth every year will be celebrated as the juneteenth federal holiday honoring the end of slavery in the united states and like i said it was unanimous. Vote in the senate. It was an overwhelming vote in the house but not a unanimous one there were fourteen republicans who voted against it Fourteen conservative republican white. Guys all voted that we should not commemorate the end of slavery in the united states. Which is kind of vote that will stick to their shoe forever and smell up any room. They ever walk into for the rest of their lives. Forgive me for saying so. But it's worth it's worth noting that they were a rump minority. Yes there were. Fourteen republican men who voted no but there were a hundred and ninety five republican men and women who voted yes for the holiday along with every single democrat in the united states house and every single united states senator from both parties

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The USDA Is Set to Give Black Farmers Debt Relief

All Things Considered

01:45 min | 6 months ago

The USDA Is Set to Give Black Farmers Debt Relief

"Massive covid relief package includes billions for the U. S Department of Agriculture to wipe away the debt of farmers of color. But these farmers have been promised relief before to make up for decades of discrimination, and many are skeptical that this time will be different as an as Emma hurt of member station WSB in Atlanta, reports Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is in Fort Valley, Georgia on a sunny Saturday morning trying to convince a group of black farmers to trust his department again. No surprise here. I'm a white guy from the Midwest and I'm hot, So if you don't mind I'm gonna take my coat on is that all right? Phil Sack lays out the details of an estimated four billion in debt forgiveness for His and the relief are a big Phil Sack lays out the details of an estimated four billion in debt forgiveness for farmers of color, which he says will begin this month. His trip and the relief are a big deal an acknowledgement of long standing discrimination. And so they had a chance. To grow to expand. As a result, over the years of skepticism of the USDA has deepened and it affects how some farmers view this latest relief package. It's like the Fox watching the henhouse. John Boyd is president of the National Black Farmers Association. He's a Virginia farmer who became an advocate decades ago after facing loan discrimination himself, just about every 8.5 to 9 years. Something happens in this issue. And I don't have many more eating a half for nine years left in my span here to get some some real significant change in place so that we can say the next generation of black farmers

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Why Amber Ruffin Is Late-Night Comedy's Trojan Horse

Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

02:05 min | 6 months ago

Why Amber Ruffin Is Late-Night Comedy's Trojan Horse

"I never gave late night. One half of an ounce of thought because it just never occurred to me that that might become available to me ever because it wasn't even like there were different kinds of white guys old. That voice belongs to the very talented amber ruffin. Before becoming a host herself of the amber ruffin show on the streaming service peacock amber was a writer and performer. On seth. Meyer's late night. Show on nbc. The first black female late night rider for a network late night. Talk show right. Yeah oh a lot to make me. But i i think it and now in her own late night entry the amber ruffin show on the peacock streaming service embers ascension is a development both hugely welcome and stupefyingly late in the game as recently as twenty fifteen a talented young woman. A talented young black woman pondering her career options did not think about. Maybe taking a shot at getting into big time network late night. Tv because looking around at what was on every screen she happened to take in. She saw nobody who looked like her both as a woman and a person of color and she was right. Maybe the least diverse of our lives. So i never thought okay. There will be some room for me here. Not not ever the history of late night. Television is filled with great stars. Big laughs and tons of memorable moments virtually all of them associated with white men. There have been exceptions. But any analysis of the american genre known as late night tv would have to conclude it has been limb different from most other american cultural genres until recently.

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Che Guevara as an Icon

teikirisi

02:00 min | 7 months ago

Che Guevara as an Icon

"What is one of the most popular images symbolizing revolutionary and radical politics. That you can even think of for me. It's definitely that image of che guevara wearing a beret looking off into the distance. Are we going into this topic of il-chang give out so the year is two thousand nine and met my very first college party and i'm sherlyn you know relaxing all cool not playing some bebo and some guy walks in with t shirt and immediately. It caught my eye because number one. Cuban and number two. It's gigolo at number three. it's a white guy wearing a chicken. I don t shirt and it wasn't very different from any of the times that i saw ceva anywhere else but suddenly some white kid walking into a party wearing a t shirt had me feeling things that i had never felt before when it had seen shale at his image that grew up seeing china's image almost everywhere growing up in miami. You not really presented with people who are very different from your upbringing so growing up with a bunch of cubans. It never occurred to anybody to put j. o. On a t shirt and walk around with it carmen. And i were both raised. Cuban americans in miami where the perspective of tshuva i would say is generally that. This man was very violent figure in the revolution. It's the very first time. I think that i was confronted. With the fact that somebody else might have a different idea of what this image stands for. So get into the image. The image i'm talking about. I'm sure you've seen countless amount of times. It has been said that it is the most reproduced photograph of the twentieth century. And it is the image of chiang about looking off into the distance very serious. He's got long hair and he's wearing a beret with a single star in the middle. The image is called gabrielle at equal or heroic warrior. Yup well i have never translated that. And now as i'm saying it in english it's even

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Nugs (MM #3677)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Nugs (MM #3677)

"The minute with kevin mason not obvious from listening to these mason minute podcasts. I'm a pretty middle class. Middle aged white guy. Let's be honest. I am what i am. There's nothing exotic if you will about me. So i'm not the hippest guy around i read up on things i stay in the loop is day in the no but i don't worry about catchy phrases lingo. The other day on tv heard somebody. Talking about exh- they were talking about chicken nuggets. I guess in some worlds nuggets or chicken nuggets is a shortcut for chicken nuggets. I've heard that a few times but also heard friends. Some of which work in the cannabis industry talking about nogues and in the cannabis industry in the marijuana industry. Those are manicured buds from the cannabis. Plant there the good stuff there. High quality canvas. so what's enoug- is it marijuana or is it chicken. I know there's not one definition but it's kind of comical to me because i've heard them both used as almost common knowledge. We all know that. Doug's mean i guess it depends on who you're talking with.

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Nugs (MM #3677)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Nugs (MM #3677)

"The minute with kevin mason not obvious from listening to these mason minute podcasts. I'm a pretty middle class. Middle aged white guy. Let's be honest. I am what i am. There's nothing exotic if you will about me. So i'm not the hippest guy around i read up on things i stay in the loop is day in the no but i don't worry about catchy phrases lingo. The other day on tv heard somebody. Talking about exh- they were talking about chicken nuggets. I guess in some worlds nuggets or chicken nuggets is a shortcut for chicken nuggets. I've heard that a few times but also heard friends. Some of which work in the cannabis industry talking about nogues and in the cannabis industry in the marijuana industry. Those are manicured buds from the cannabis. Plant there the good stuff there. High quality canvas. so what's enoug- is it marijuana or is it chicken. I know there's not one definition but it's kind of comical to me because i've heard them both used as almost common knowledge. We all know that. Doug's mean i guess it depends on who you're talking with.

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"white guy" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"white guy" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Than Even Hillary did. With intern our our assume give him more electoral votes at the same time. Especially, how even the Republicans, the the people in Congress now that a lot of them are finally breaking away like a see trump ailing and falling behind. So they're trying to say, thanks, you know what? I'm saying because a lot of Shit South Carolina's specifically knows we got Lindsey Graham Greene I never knew much Lindsey Graham our senator but there was a huge if from pre trump to post trump Lindsey Graham and there's been a lot of a lot of stuff going on where he was. Against trump whole. Harley calling him out on his own shit and then now he's like kissing his. Feet you know saying, Oh, I didn't mean all that I said. Like no no, no no, it's not work. You can't flip flop. So you got a lot of them that were are right now seeing the decline in the trump administration I, feel trying to save face because even though he might lose the presidency, they're still trying to keep their job in their Senate or House they don't lose that well something. With that election those elections coming as well. You'RE GONNA have a lockable. Breakaway, not necessarily from the Republican side, but definitely break off from trump and John distance themselves. I that's I'm not him. You know I'm with I'm with few hours. They're gonNA GONNA, try and save face before everything comes crashing down. You know. So I think that's to help as well in the long run but again I for the most part I think it all comes to WHO Biden. For his VP. Yeah. That's GonNa be interesting and I'm assuming that what Biden is going to do is is going to go with the most politically correct. Leftist person that he can possibly get. And I don't know I guess. When it comes to the political spectrum I'm probably just left of center you know I'd like to see a democratic person in there but. What happened to the days of like the John Kennedy's where there was a guy in there that he wasn't ancient that was cognitively sound and had good ideas and and people could relate to the person right because now he will relate to trump. He's he's a maniac people don't relate to by law. He's all messed up right absolutely absurd that these are choices here somebody that's one step away from being in a nursing home and a narcissistic maniac. So yeah. I'm curious what you think about this. Trump seems to be too. He seems to take a coward like approach and I'm thinking if if it just looks like as far as the polls go that, he cannot win this election. Does he back out and give someone else shot or what do you think about that? You, mean, like. As a Republican. Yeah. Just trump runaway if the polls are just showing that he cannot do it or does he hang in there and give it a shot because I just I know that it would be a huge hit trump's ego that if he were actually lose that election to creepy Joe Biden and it makes me wonder. What he step out if he thought, he couldn't do it. What do you think? Well. Let me ask this is that an option Yeah it is. Actually possible..

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"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"I know it would probably make her uncomfortable. Yeah and the fact that you've told him repeatedly that it makes you uncomfortable eight times. How many times you've had? How many times have you guys had this conversation? Oh man well. Gosh we've probably had three or four times. I didn't find out until like six months into the relationship. Check also doing it behind your back to on his back behind her back. Yeah Yeah I mean here's the thing you mentioned a phrase when you're talking about honoring your own discomfort. That's what you said right. Yes so you're spending a lot of time trying to honor your own discomfort and your partner. The man who you love is spending approximately zero time trying to honor your discomfort. He's only trying to honor his own comfort. And there's other sources for massage therapy in Montana. I guarantee it. That's how they talk about this. Cajun Gears Montana right. It's not even like Google a few places if you want but it sounds like no. I'd like something specific. Yeah I like I have. I have done that. I have offered offered other places with contact information. Well here's a highly recommended Natasha's one hundred percent right the new phrasing you have to use his. I've I've tried to get over it and I just can't. I'm still uncomfortable. I am asking you and I need you to find a new massage therapist. I'm not even telling you need to end your relationship with your ex. You can still see her from time to time and get a coffee if you want. But you can't I I can't be comfortable with you. Get naked with her in a room. It's just like common sense dude and then ask three. Go go into a random huckleberry store in Montana and ask the Darling Montana ladies. What do you think of this way to get? It's a Montana everything you've said even making fun of it. Sounds Awesome elderberry. Yes Oh wait by the way when we come to Montana. Natasha massage. Foul reeks seeks her. Contact information we would have really. I can do this. Geneva good luck have the conversation. Honor Your Discomfort and make sure the person that you love honors it as well. 'cause that's important okay. That is very very helpful. Thank you guys so so much luck I hi okay thanks Bye Ernie Twenty twenty young man. I mean my Gosh I just I mean I I wanNA give the guy a little bit of credit and assuming he's totally doing it innocently. I assume that that's true. And I understand the instinct is a man that say I had a life before. I'm not going to change every part of my life just because I have a new partner but this is a little bit much you know right I I mean how could he not and also how could he not be a little bit like. She's touching my naked body. She's touched it so many times before he might not be into her the Geneva no no the new lady his ex fiancee. I'm sure he's justified in his head that there's nothing wrong with it and she probably is really good at massage. You probably hasn't isn't like a past injury so he needs like kind of and she does a little bit of that and she doesn't charge them too much because those things can be really expensive so part of it is just him like and he knows that he's not cheating on her probably right so he's just like it's not that big of a deal but from my perspective uncomfortable exactly from my perspective assuming zooming is not cheating. It's like it will. It should be enough that the person you're with is uncomfortable every time you go get you go heal your body. Your partner is deeply uncomfortable well and racked with insecurity. It should be enough not to give up massage if she called and said my problem is that my fiance goes and gets massages regularly. And I'm just uncomfortable. Women touching his body out of been like you need to get over it to Neva fucking grow up. I mean honestly yeah and also working with someone. I don't know it just feels like that's that's very close to be with someone the I'm with you. Well we've come to the end of another episode we've had some highs and we've had some lows If you guys would like to be on the podcast we'd love to have you on. You can email us here. You're a listener. Seems like we're getting more for more calls from listeners. Email US endless honeymoon pod at G MAIL DOT COM. You can also call our phone number and leave a secret but we would love that if you called and asked for some advice we love talking to you we love having you and You should also come see us live. You probably heard our dates at the front of this episode. So but come see us live when we come to a city near you tosh. That was a fun episode and I love getting massages with you and and you know what else I feel disrespected by that I love you I love you too yeah..

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"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

15:01 min | 2 years ago

"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Geneva Moshe Tasha hey guys. How're you doing? Good House billings. Oh you know it's it's good. It's billings I love billings things. I Love Montana. I've been there billings. Is it like a big city. It's the big city right. It's the biggest city in Montana. It's the big city of Montana. People travel here parts you Do Their shopping and other such big city things. High once jumped off a bridge in billings Montana into a river. Ah which wait which bridge. Well probably twenty years ago and it was a bridge that kind of stopped in the middle of a river. It hadn't been completed and so does that ring a bell. Oh No not at all. I would've been five at that point so well. Okay Hey Geneva do who you voting for in the presidential election. Well you don't have to say but here's the thing you live in Montana. Vote is worth like four hundred votes. Isn't it yeah. You have great power great responsibility on your fingertips right now. Geneva choose wisely. Yeah well I think at this point it'll either be warrant or sanders. We love it. We don't call them yeah ours either. We call them Colonel Sanders Colonel Sanders Sanders. There's you know You may not know this but the One of the marks of distinction in politics in Montana is that there is at your senator body slammed rammed reporter for asking him a question. Yeah he's a total garbage bag not not a fan real real bad guy. I Love Montana and I love your state and in fact. I think Natasha are coming there. This this summer to We're going to go check out the Big Sky Montana. Well we're did not say what I'm going to Mont we're going to yellowstone which is mostly in Wyoming. We're going to swing through Montana because I think it's so beautiful and I think you'll love it there. You Go Natasha Tasha you'll love it. Take my word for it really. It's truly a beautiful special place. Oh cool I'm excited. I actually know nothing about it. It's got a big sky and a lot of anti breath billboards the last time I was there. Yeah Yeah Anti Math billboards and pro-life billboards so you'll love it. You'll love it. Actually talker might not like it because she loves abortion and is a methamphetamine addict. So Okay Geneva tell us why you called okay so And I have been dating my boyfriend for a pretty long time. We've been together for about a year and a year in some change. ENJ and We seem to work through problems pretty well except for one thing. which is his massage therapist? Coast is also his ex girlfriend and like this. This is an a very very serious ex-girlfriend like marriage And every time we talk about it it ends up in a really big fight because I feel like he doesn't understand why that makes me uncomfortable massage. How often every Tuesday? I think Gosh every I would say every two months maybe but yeah it's still so it's happened like eight eight times. Yeah and that. And that's that's a lot I think. Yeah and I talked to your ex girlfriend. Gave you off on. Say Oh Geneva Geneva. It's so weird I mean it's beyond weird uh-huh okay honestly. I feel like I might even have just needed validation to know that like my feelings are are accurate because I WanNa know some of the things you bring up to him like are you like. Couldn't you use a different massage therapist. Obviously that's the first thing you'd say. What does he respond with? Why does he need to be with her? I was I was GONNA say Geneva. What's weird what's we're it's definitely funny and the most funny thing I've heard all night and I've heard some very strange in the last year on Monday but it's definitely a funny that he does that? But what's weird and making me like alarm bell is that He. He doesn't respond. Well would you say that makes me uncomfortable. I WANNA give them the benefit of the doubt. Look it's Montana. You don't have a lot of people. There's probably four sauce therapists in the entire states professions. Johnson's therapist nope. She works at the fish farm. She's she's a salmon fisherman. Oh my God we let me ask you this. has there ever been anything around the massage. Like where he was supposed to come home afterwards but then he's like Oh. I'm GONNA stay at this massage. Or does it ordinal Oromo. It all feels very on the level. It's just he won't give it up it's just do you think he's sex with her. No I honestly don't feel like I don't have any suspicions at all but it is just the idea of him being like but ass naked we get in a room with his ex girlfriend and it's just the idea of it. That makes me really uncomfortable especially since I never like. I don't know this woman I've never met her and she just seems like this various secret I don't know it just feels really icky and I he you know I explained to him like I. Don't you know I won't necessarily ask you to find a new massage therapist but I just want you and Ah Boorda on Geneva now no okay I found I found I found the problem because I'm I'm over here thinking here's how this conversation conversation should go. I'm the Guy Geneva you come to me come to me and tell me what you're what you're Y- you tell me your issue. I'm your boyfriend I'm i. I love salmon a ride horses. I Love Montana. My boots are caked with mud of red clay way that it's actually pretty accurate but So I feel uncomfortable with you getting massages judges from this woman. I think there are I know. For a fact there are many other massage. Therapists in billings. That are probably just as good. I just I I guess that would be it. I here I go here. We go ready. Yeah hold on. Let me finish this salmon. L. Mytalk the boys and poisoned Barry. What kind of Berry got those fund berries huckleberry sauce on the salmon that I just caught fresh out the river honey Geneva Geneva? Let's have a little convention. Let's have a little Geneva Convention. Hey Hey hey. Don't make fun of me vis-a-vis my favorite comedian. Moshe casher love that you know what honey I assure you. Nothing is is going on between me and my ex and I promise you absolutely. Nothing's going on but hearing your concern. You mean so much watch to me that just because it makes you uncomfortable. I will find another massage therapist. Now that that's what that's what you should. That's the obvious thing Nisei and then he could say something like you know what she's important to me. Because I had a long relationship with her so would you. Would you be okay with me. Having coffee with her her once a year or something like that. I mean the idea. That he can't break himself away from her slathering his ripple salmon fisherman bobby with with oil. I mean. It just doesn't make sense. It doesn't make sense. I I got a massage probably once a month more than that. I love massage. And it's like if something something even slightly weird uncomfortable happened with a massage therapist and the Tasha didn't want that person around. I just feel like okay. Go to a different massage therapist right. We I want to know what what has he said when you've asked him about what's his response. So he's he's been like well you know. Is it like do you not trust me Do you think that there's something going on between us and I obviously say no 'cause I I truly don't believe there's anything going on I just I explained and you know this is. This is how I feel. And he says well massage is really important for my healing or whatever. She's the Best I've been able to find and I want to support her business. And and all of this and then it it sort of ends up in a place where I I look like. I'm not supporting what he needs and wants which is always a weird weird place to be in? Because I like. That's it's not not the case but I guess it's just finding that balance between honoring my discomfort while also like allowing having to make his own decisions. I don't know any very he actually he. He offered to buy me a session with her. He's like you're you're going to love it. You'll never come harder in your life and it's just I think his insistence to keep seeing her is just. It just makes me uncomfortable. Did he break up with her. Did he break up with her. Yes so it sounds like maybe he feels a little title guilty to like. He bought like a twelve pack of her massage for her business and like he's trying to support it and maybe he feels guilt and it's his way of like you know trying to like be like. I'm sorry that I am not marrying you. There's terrain there's a term. I hate to use as a world still. I don't know if it's bothering you like Moshe said you should get out right okay. There's a term for the way that he was talking to you. I hate to use like a woke doc buzzword but it's a term for that it's called gas lighting. Make you feel crazy for your own discomfort. Let me get. I'll tell you a little story hate that. Hey Ah yeah it's it's it's awful. I'll tell you a little story. I once went on a date. This is when I was first in therapy for trying to figure out how to be in a relationship attention this long before. I met Natasha. I went on a date with a woman and we went on one date I bought dinner and we went on another date and she invited to people to come on the day. That was actually a whole other bizarre story. which was that the couple? I'll just quickly tell you the couple. The woman had met the man on a suicide hotline. She she was calling oh she was calling as a suicidal person. He was the counselor he then somehow roped her into dating him brought her into a and became her sponsor it was the most toxic that shit ever heard in my life. But that's neither here nor there. She invited these two people out. We went out to eat and at the end of the meal I was young I was broke and young. I didn't have any money at the end of the meal. I didn't pay for her meal right and when we got home because she had invited these people it was awkward. I paid for my portion. I was young. Whatever we got home that night? We've been dating. Everything had been kind of exciting. She kind of freaked out on me and was like really upset that I didn't you pay for the meal. Felt devalued Blah Blah. Whatever I went and talked about it in therapy the next day and she said it was? She said it's okay that she default that way that she felt devalued or that she wanted you to pay for a for the meal but there's no way she's never heard of someone going Dutch. There's no way that that was a new concept that it just like. She couldn't believe that someone had gone Dutch on a date. That's how I feel about your boyfriend like he might. He has the right to feel defensive of this relationship with this woman and assuming he's not doing anything untoward or weird. He has the right to feel defensive in his relationship with this woman has the right to to say you know I just it up. It's Weirds me out that you think this is not cool. But there's no possible way A. He's stupid enough that he can't imagine a world in which his current girlfriend would be uncomfortable with regular naked massages Sasha's from his ex fiancee he and that's how he's talking to you. He's talking to you as though he can't. He's never even heard of a person so crazy and paranoid that they wouldn't be totally comfortable with regular nude oil rubbed unless he's like really deeply not attracted to this woman his ex no no but even then he still has to give Geneva the the the conversation could be. I wouldn't like it but it could be look. I know you're uncomfortable with I. I get that you're uncomfortable with it. You're totally reasonable to be comfortable with it. Here's why it's not weird but it's not that it's what are you talking about. Don't you trust to me. I think you're why are you being paranoid about me. Don't you understand that massage is important to me. It's like complete like psychic gas lighting. Not I hate it. I don't know Geneva needs to be a little more strong and needs to say you know it's not that I need you to find another person. It is that you needed to find another person you need to be you know. Plan your three sentences you want to say and repeat to him over and over the next time you have this conversation. I've thought about it. I don't know if it makes me unreasonable or not. But I do need you to get a new massage therapist because I'll never be comfortable with this relationship. That and during the she needs to say anything. 'cause like say and it's not that I'm saying that I think that you're cheating on me. Do you know what I mean. 'cause he's GonNa take their bright. What's what's the thing she can say? Data absolve herself from that. I usually do a thing I go. I usually do a thing I say. Hey Okay you think this is totally normal. Let's ask five of your friends and five of my friends if they think it's normal. Let's take a little poll of the room and if you ask ten people in Montana that's an entire town that's a whole district. I mean seriously sleep. Run this up the flagpole to see if this doesn't stink to anybody else I mean I'm pretty liberal and I have relationships with a pretty much. All of my ex is is that I've dated and I'm friends with them all. Go hang out with them. The tushes met a lot of them. I don't I would never say. Can I get a regular massage. It's yeah it's just like even though I would no I could trust myself..

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"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Well my speaker is. I do food delivery delivery and sometimes I buy some of the food sued I sometimes like FRY. They get fries Some with one time someone got a shake and it looks really good and I took a little bit for that. I'm not proud of this and I would hate it if someone does that. Feel now what the fuck it feel like. She's not alone. Hey how `bout fucking kill a frog or some something decent that a decent human being would do kill a series of frogs in Vat of acid. Don't be a fucking animal. Lourdes pedophile to your neighborhood. Basically will like sticker hand in the bag and eat some people's fries believable. But can't you tell if someone's been sucking on a milkshake I mean that's the part that's like beyond the Pale. She's just like slurpy on somebody. Shake what the fuck you gotTa stop listening to our podcast. Odd cast miss is crazy although it's funny because it's like I kind of knew it already right then. You already know that was. Yeah no I just mean that it was that kind of thing happens in the world. Oh I know do people really spit in your food. If you're rude to the waiter or something I'm sure you worked in restaurants. Did you ever see something like that. I don't know I mean not really I mean. I'm sure it happens. Just eating a FRY and not spitting in the FRY. Well also maybe people are like you're trusting people to deliver food testing a complete stranger like Maranto Knight used to have like tasters taste her food or do ah give give the food door baby. Make sure there's nothing weird in it. Sure there's nothing weird in it but we're letting people like you know who we don't know oh complete strangers have an open bag that we're about to eat. I mean I'm just saying maybe some people would like try to be evil or something. Yeah Yeah I bet you I bet you this. Like she's trying to be eve hungry. She seems stoned and hungry. Because the two things you mentioned were fries and a milkshake the rolling around town smoking blunts on fries. That's what you get having someone else. Deliver fries and milkshakes to your door when you're hung over you know. I guess that's true if you're going to be privileged enough to use food absence a small price to pay. It's a tip considered a tip lady. I've come all the way around my fries. Just don't put your feet like your mouth on a burger. Don't take a bite of the Burger. It'd be funny if somebody got ordered a big Mac and it was. What is the big Mac song? Two all beef patties special sauce lettuce cheese pickles. Zayn is a sesame seed Bun and if you've got a big Mac and it was it was Bun Patty Lettuce pickles onions bun lettuce pickles bun. And you're like where's my second beef. Patty and that lady was in her car just chewing on a beef on the little disc of beef. You got yourself a small Mac lady come on your own fucking fries okay. Now.

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"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Your private time. That's what he should say. Probably but you also I don't know if you want your sixteen sixteen year old son in the bedroom just like eating pussy and I don't know I would like to be like her. My mom would have just started bawling and been. You're grounded for a month if my Momma started crying I would've come immediately. You know it's interesting. It's a real splitting of the different and never had a guy over my bedroom like our house wasn't really set up where I was like wasn't safe like that. Y No not really I did. I had a lot of mom in the next room bangs. Also my mom was deaf. She she couldn't hear the women moaning at the top of their lungs. Just think Oh. This is the greatest sex I've ever had. Oh sixteen year old Moshe or the men on the phone on speakerphone. Oh Oh pump. It anyway. Thank you for calling back frog guy. If you got any more secrets. Let's they. They seem to be getting more interesting by the second. Call us back. I I work for an old order. Mennonite Mason and I love it. But he's very concerned about my salvation and Wants me to go to church and seems to consume a great bit of his time so in order to get around I did and still do drive to church while the services going on. Take them and that I lied. I did go to church and get a fifty fifty shot. What is the sermon about loud about be good or God command? Command you to give us money so you know I go to church. My wife is happy. The bathroom doesn't smell and I can say. Hey we're church you go to well. He wants us in such sweet end. Marc conversation I can get back to work. Thanks guys love your podcasts. Wait wait so his his church coach he just drives a church to take shit. How does how does this boss know that? He's gone to church just because he's driven to a church to Shit I. It's not even the the same as the Mason going back and forth on a buggy going like well the else they'll there's Dot Com thou cau- has arrived at the at the Churchouse churchouse every Sunday. He knows when he's GonNa Shit. I know so much planning. It must be the night before. He's like. I'm not feeling well. Oh God where's Natasha's Vagina Cork so I can make it to tomorrow at at Church because I gotta take an old dump a roo. Yeah you know what Dude. You're not religious. So have you ever considered lying to your boss and saying e Abbas I go to church all the time or even more saying to the boss you know I love you Sir but my salvation is my business. Wait this is so cute so he is just going so that he doesn't have to lie to his boss. I guess so but also why can't not just tell his boss. I don't go to church because I'm not religious. Because he feels like that guy is going to be like completely preoccupied. If he's not going to be loves loves his job so I hear him if I mean job is really important. And why wouldn't you know what we say. Well it's just really important to like what you do so your love and if it makes this man happy to think he's going to church you know what it is. I'm realizing making even the smallest sacrifice even the smallest the feces fecal based sacrifice for someone else so that they can feel good throughout the day that kind of brotherly love that kind of concern and compassion for your fellow. Oh man you know what it is. It's very Christian so I think perhaps the road to salvation is your butthole but you can also say something wanting to him ocean. What's a good line to say? You're good at this like you know God is in my heart and I have my own religion. I practice I I guess yes the idea is that you don't want to have a place you have to tell them what your Church of worship is like that. WanNa know like where you're going to church. Yeah I am curious like first of all I love the idea I mean they. They believe in organized religion. How old school of guys that? He's not just a Mennonite he's a Mennonite Mason right. He's like that's a man that's grinding corn by stone. So it's possible he doesn't fully appreciate somebody saying you know I'm just my my salvation is my own business. I do wonder if he if he does the Shit in the church thing because he will get fired because he loves his boss so much that he doesn't want him to have to worry if it's the latter I kinda like it if it's a former that doesn't sound like a good boss at all that doesn't sound like a very Christian man at all if I may say okay so well anyway okay God bless you and God bless your pupo okay. Let's take another secret. Hey guys. Big Fan of Yvette of.

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"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Okay Bye bye man man. I am still reeling from that. Call Quanta it is a challenge. It's not fake. I really do think that your average white boy assumes wrongly wrongly that a black woman wouldn't want to be with them because they're Dorky or because of cultural differences and I think that if she knows what she wants she probably gotta go get it. What do you think? I think that you should fuck wherever you want. I agree with that. Thank you toss felt felt like a permission to all right. Let's do some secrets guys. this is Fraud Guy Prog Doc. Boy He's back. I don't know I was trying to be funny. I guess it didn't work So to answer your question I was was actually eight When I was dipping those frogs and acid something that I totally regret doing as an adult but when I was a kid? Ah Natasha kind of hit it on the head. It was really my parents felt because they just they just no parental supervision. And so I kinda. I put a lot of blame on them So then there's the other secret that I wanted to tell you Also because of the lack of a parent supervision When I was like ten or eleven I I guess I don't know I would go into chat rooms. AOL Chat Rooms and go into the gay. I'm straight but I would go into the chat rooms and I would entice men the meet me at the intersection of where I lived. which was a pretty busy intersection and I'd ask him to walk down the the street that I lived on and I would tell them that I'd meet them. You know as they're walking down the street but we could meet in my house for obvious and I would do this frequently and just watch men walk down my street looking for a twelve year old boy. I don't know why did that it was. I guess it was like really exhilarating to watch these like guys. Walk Down My street when I was a kid. Just like you know. Sort of carrying through the The curtain in Washington this I don't now I was bored. That's what I figured I would do with my time. Pull it been that point. The pool have been repaired. uh-huh frogs living there. But I wouldn't have done that I don't think but that's it. That's my other secret. I guess it's not as crazy. We'll well maybe I don't know crazy but well okay talk later. Yeah it says crazy. Yeah it it's Golic to torture to to Cucuta organisms frogs and pedophile those. The two I like to just lead a pedophile on. I mean that was so funny I loved that Song His. He's kind of his. Maybe he comes from an affluent family. They had a pool wall their houses being rebuilt. There's no parental supervision is kind of doing whatever he wants he seems like he has a High Iq and he just seems like he's just self amusing himself. Self I mean I wanNA know I wanNA know if he was masturbating watching the guy was I think maybe no I also feel sexual fellow or like social experiment. Yeah the when I was a kid I used to used to call a lot of phone sex lines and when I got busted and all the phone sex lines I was no longer able to call them. I was kind of like addicted. You know and I would call the gay one's because they were free and I was really this'll do and I would have gay phone sex when I was. How old were you thirteen? You were having Gay Phone Saxon. Thirteen was I had some. There was some things going on no not really. Let's take another secret. That's not normal right. I mean your phone sex at thirteen. Is it normal regular phone sex. A regular sorry is a regular regula. Well they have to have straight phone sex phone sex I was done. You're also not a gay man so it just seems air but you know it's like it'll do you know it'll do still some some voice Glenn like Oh yeah give it to me raw raw raw dog baby. Yeah realize you're real actual sexual sexual identity that you'll underneath your subconscious well into your forties. You'll even get married and have a family and then eventually admit to yourself who you really are. When you're fifty and you'll be you'll come out of the closet and then you do us comedy special about that stuff like that you know? Have you ever looked at a lesbian pornography. Yeah Yeah or you bisexual or gay. No I'm I'm more stuck on the idea of what you are saying to these phone. Sex operators I will be like. Oh yeah you know. And we're offering no these operators like a you know like chat like a free chat rooms. We eat like typing on the phone. And what would you say I am eighteen. Plus man named Bruce Come on pump. It would you like I try to be someone else. Why would try to sound a little older? Go and be like hi. I just dipped a frog. And how would you know what to say which is always horny. I had all this experience. ooh My my penis is so big. Yeah Hey bean is larger than average. I've got hair all over it. I have puberty puberty at that point. I was masturbating bidding. I would not have known what to say on a phone. Sex Line really know well thirteen. I wonder what the percentage what percentage of a women have called phone sex exciting. I would say less than one half of one half of one percent. Let's say it's a pretty meltdown. Yeah so it's like a man calling and as a professional on on the other line a man calling and there's one man's lover on the other line or man calling there's another man on the other line anyway I don't know I mean do you think do you think it's weird. I mean I guess it is weird. I'm kind of regretting committing inaudible. But you're just I think you're very sexually mature. Oh Yeah like your grandma told you make girls come. She did at that was a nice Nice Nice afternoon. One time I was in my bed with a woman and I was going down her. I was young to buy sixteen. I in between her legs and I had the covers pulled up over my head. So it's like. Can you picture picture it. Natasha picture it. So I got the covers over my head. I'm laying down fully prone own between her legs going down her. We got it and my My mother I heard the door open and my mother was at the door and with muscles that I did not know possessed must've been ab muscles because I was on my fully fully lying down. I leaped up and flew flew. Forward it over my little lover with with the with the pillow with the blanket. Billowing behind me like a Cape and I like jumped on top of her covering during her her body and then I heard the door from underneath the blanket heard the door slowly. Just click closed and later my mom came up to me and she knew what she said. I'm sorry for interrupting.

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"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"On skin. I really don't think your hands in actually cleaned. You know it's really cleaning clean like you need a wash cloth. I don't have an argument. I don't have an argument or something. Sponge Quantum I. Don't we have an argument for you. I think you're right and yet I know that tomorrow climate let me ask you this. Have you ever like wash dishes with your hands. Have No have you. Yeah like if I don't have a rag I can like wash it with my hands like hot water and soap and my hand left. You've left me behind now. Natasha's slightly wider than I am quantum leap in Washington offer. Dick does this is a daily thing goes into the shower. She scrubs her genitals she comes out directly from the shower and uses uses that soapy genital water to clean our dishes. Listen you're talking about a white baby eighty quantities gonNA be scrubbing or brought horrible. Unless you can come here and adopter teacher the wisdom of the watch the oh I got her opening line what is it. She can ask him if he's the wash cloth but I liked that that that's very very good for your hand and he'll say and he'll say Hannah and then you know what you say. Make him feel stupid. You make it feel stupid. You'll neg him a bit. And then you you say you should smell a body. That's been washed with a wash cloth. You'll never go back. You'll say once you go wash you know they'll say once you go wash cloth you never go back well. I'm actually genuinely excited for you. What I'm surprised about is that because this sounds like to me because you've never been with a white guy like this is like almost like a a dalliance like you're you're like curious what it'll be like to be with a white dude but actually actually the part where you're saying I don't just WanNa Hook Up? I WanNa like kind of have something more. Is that what you're looking for something serious. That's kind interesting because you don't you don't know what you're getting into. I mean the truth is everybody is just a human being. That's true but I'm sure it has to be better than the no comment on that. Oh my gosh okay. We'll keep trying amp CAMPU- flirting try. Try Your pickup line. Let us know. But I don't like I. I'm very curious what else I'll say not to be too woke over here Quanta. It's funny that I'm the one that's saying this but you know that there's there are just as many horrifying trifling sex hungry gross gross white guys out there as there are black is I mean the truth is yours just looking for for a good guy and then also you're probably curious what it's like to hook up with the white dude but like there's just as many shitty white guys out there shitty black guys. I mean it's just like guys shitty so what you're really looking for is a non on should guy and if it's non shittier looking for you might not WanNa start with the demographic that doesn't wash their asshole with something clean. They might be sitting. Wouldn't it okay. Well let us know what happens. Yeah will you do us a favor. Update call us with an update. Because now I'm really really curious. I WanNa know what it's like the first time you go on a date the first time you sleep with and the first time most importantly you shower with the whiteboard are good luck. WanNa call us back for sure..

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"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"I can do you know Like give them the. I like they can pick up on Bicknell's in come over and talk to me or something like that but I feel like I would have to approach. Approach the white guy because they feel well I feel like they'll think They'll feel intimidated by me. So that's why they don't approach me. I don't Know No. Oh I don't think you're wrong. I think I think you're one hundred percent right I think probably I really don't WanNa do the dating APPs because A lot of my friends on like dating dating APPs and you guys are looking for hookups. Not Not like relationships. So that's why I was like I really don't WanNa do the dating APP because I know that'll that'll make things easier. You know I mean obviously if you put in your bio you know chocolate woman looking for white chocolate or something like that you know there will be very obvious. I mean that is I think the power of dating APPS I hate. I hate that we often give that advice but the power of dating APPS is that you get to get you get all the bullshit out of the way automatically like every white dude who looks at your profile will see. Oh she's not now she is interested in me and then if they if they if they want a little a little piece of Quanta Then they'll hit you up and then it's not like you have to sleep with them. You could just say I could say I'm looking for two things a helms worth brother other and committed relationships and and they gotta get past those two things. What do you think taught? I think that you should on the dating APPs. If they have like a like a profile music or something you should like. Add hootie and the blowfish. Maybe I don't think there'll be any question and I think maybe you'll start. Surreal in your Your dream man right or you could start going. It's funny said Hootie and the blowfish. They've got a black lead singer of all but it does feel like it would it. It feels very white. Dave Matthews into Dave Matthews Star Wars and PODCASTS. If you say those three things I think they'll they'll pick up the signal. No what do you. What do you think you like about white guys If it's just something different Well I've all but the I.

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"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"I can do you know Like give them the. I like they can pick up on Bicknell's in come over and talk to me or something like that but I feel like I would have to approach. Approach the white guy because they feel well I feel like they'll think They'll feel intimidated by me. So that's why they don't approach me. I don't Know No. Oh I don't think you're wrong. I think I think you're one hundred percent right I think probably I really don't WanNa do the dating APPs because A lot of my friends on like dating dating APPs and you guys are looking for hookups. Not Not like relationships. So that's why I was like I really don't WanNa do the dating APP because I know that'll that'll make things easier. You know I mean obviously if you put in your bio you know chocolate woman looking for white chocolate or something like that you know there will be very obvious. I mean that is I think the power of dating APPS I hate. I hate that we often give that advice but the power of dating APPS is that you get to get you get all the bullshit out of the way automatically like every white dude who looks at your profile will see. Oh she's not now she is interested in me and then if they if they if they want a little a little piece of Quanta Then they'll hit you up and then it's not like you have to sleep with them. You could just say I could say I'm looking for two things a helms worth brother other and committed relationships and and they gotta get past those two things. What do you think taught? I think that you should on the dating APPs. If they have like a like a profile music or something you should like. Add hootie and the blowfish. Maybe I don't think there'll be any question and I think maybe you'll start. Surreal in your Your dream man right or you could start going. It's funny said Hootie and the blowfish. They've got a black lead singer of all but it does feel like it would it. It feels very white. Dave Matthews into Dave Matthews Star Wars and PODCASTS. If you say those three things I think they'll they'll pick up the signal. No what do you. What do you think you like about white guys If it's just something different Well I've all but the I.

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"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"white guy" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Thanks for listening to the endless honeymoon. PODCASTS the best way to support us is definitely to come see us live. And we're coming to a bunch of cities near you. We're going to San Francisco as a part of the San Francisco. Sketch fest on January. The twenty fourth will be my album release party. I'm releasing a all crowd work album. I'm very excited about it. I'm very proud out of it. And if everyone or even if even half or even ten percent of the endless honeymoon podcast listeners. were to purchase my album. It would make my album a huge success success. So how do we purchase that album. Well I will tell you what you can do pre-order it you can pre-order it right now and here's how you do that you you go to the URL O.. R. C. D. Dot Co Slash Crowd Surfing O.. R. C. D. DOT CO slash lashed crowdsurfing pre-order it. Now it's really good. I'm really proud of it. It's what I do. Best crowd work. So I think you're GonNa Master Mo thank you my dear the next shit do you think no I think it comes from within. I think it comes from within if you are in San Francisco and you'd like to come to the endless honeymoon. podcast live taping. We'll be at at the San Francisco sketch that next night. January the twenty fifth with Matt. Morgan Walsh Matt Walsh from the show. Veep Morgan Walsh also very very funny comedian and and we'll be doing some a live show. It's really fun then the weekend after that I alone I'm going to the DC Improv in Washington DC. One of my favorite clubs in the country So please come see me there and then February thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth. We're GONNA be in telluride Colorado as part of the tyrod comedy festival. Natasha will be doing a very very special Valentine's Day show. So come see us in the most beautiful city in Colorado. Actually I don't even know what's the most but it's definitely a gorgeous one and we're also coming to a bunch of places aren't we. Yeah let's let's Let's posted on our website. It'll be on a website going to Fargo North Dakota for Dallas Dallas Denver. We're coming to a city near you so go to our website and find out where we are coming and win in the next few months. We're going to be all over this country doing what we do. So let's start the show. Hello everybody welcome back to the and lists honeymoon podcast Cast my name's Natasha Zero. And I'm sure casher and we're here live in direct about to do some motherfucking calls. How are you tosh? I'm good okay. Well I just haven't really transitioned from putting my child to bed right right just to take you behind the curtain a bit we just record this podcast guest house sometime in the baby sleep right now. Maybe but you got a rough time a well for two hours I would. I would just like every single thing. I would say she'd be. I WANNA cracker. I was like you can't have a cracker and she'd be like was like okay. Let's go in the other room. Do you want to take a bath. I don't want to think about it every single and then she just started screaming. I want to watch a movie. That's kind of how I am when I asked for sex right. I want to have sex. And you're like not right now and I'm like I. It is funny for everything to be like the biggest thing world like the way. She's crying things for a cracker. I I've never cried like that in my life. I know they always say like babies are so filled with joy and it's such an illusion because it's like they're also filled with incredible despair over absolutely nothing. I mean think about how bad your life would be if not getting a cracker cracker would make you sob like uncontrollably Saab and scream to the heavens. That's not good. That's not a good life. It's frustrating to be a baby. Yeah you can't do anything without someone giving it to you like she just kept screaming. I want to watch video and I didn't want to give her my phone because I don't want her watching videos right because I play her. Well when you're not around I player Worldstar video the fight cops. How does she know about videos? Because I play a world snow fight videos. She's a little daddy's always doing she. She she loves it. She loves the FIGHT DOT COM. She lives in falls getting knocked out. And then somebody else in the entourage would be like you got knocked off. Fuck out like quoting Friday. Because she loves Friday because I play her Friday and she loves ice cube. WHO's starting Friday? Because I've played her America's most wanted and Predator and stuff like that and she loves a Predator. The movie the Predator played her that You know the famous horror film. The Predator editor starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. She loves the running man which some more obscure one. She tried to watch kindergarten cop but I was like. That's for kids. That's what some real shit so we watched all the terminator films. So we watch the Star Wars prequels then I watched the reentry. She's only seeing cocoa. Well you know what I realized. Today I don't know if anybody out there cares cares about this but for like she's now almost two baby almost to Showing Strategist Start Crippen. And until this point. She's he's been like a flesh blob that's an accessory to our lifestyles for the first couple of years. She just had a baby kind of does whatever you do and you're gonNA like they're kind of like I mean you love him and you think about them all the time but also in terms of like your day to day activities it's Kinda like afterthought city you know because like Oh yeah I'll take it apart but really mommy's gotta go to work that has got to snort coke. I'm a coke addict. I never mentioned on the podcast before but anyway. Now she's at this point where today it was a little cold out. We were both feeling a little lazy. We were up late last tonight and we just kept her in the house all day and she went fucking crazy. She was bored. She was crying she wanted more. And I'm like Oh we can't really get away with just doing what what we want anymore. GotTa get this broad and some outward bound or go to soccer practice yesterday yesterday. She had a visitor today. She went and visited someone today. Hey I'm around somebody from the Andrew Yang campaign stuff but it's also about universal basic income gang ready to talk about who you're voting for. Do you know who it is. Don't know your own me handling for Bernie Sanders. You are. Well I'M A. I'm not a misogynist genesis. I'm not voting for him. I'm voting. I'm having a hard time deciding right now between Donald Trump. Tom Stayer or Michael. Michael Michael Bloomberg is billionaire city for me because I got that billionaire mindset. I'm trying to only vote for the billions and Bernie. I like everything. The stands for except when he talks about billionaires like what if we become billionaires. Then what you know what I mean. If you're a billionaire you might as well just advertise to the world that you underpay your employees. You think that's always true unless you're unless you're an artist I'd like to know what the point me to being a multi-billionaire is I understand that with every year. Obviously you're in charge and you're taking too much of yourself. You're just sort of like. Maybe they have like the most balls. Well I understand the I understand two things about understand the billionaire like Warren Buffett Junior and is the junior junior junior and and Bill Gates senior. I understand that that like God complex. I've got so much money that I can save the world. Even though sometimes their ideas of world saving our misguided I get the mental the mental processes on a us all this money and I'm going to change everything right. I I understand the tech billionaire idea. That's like with all this money. I can create new technology. That's really going to actually change everything. Let's Silicon Valley's catchphrase. Tear them down and never looked back. Or they have like some kind of like catch phrase or think it's good or done it's like it's like disrupt disrupt things. Oh Yeah right right I I I know the one you're talking about. You know it I should know I know the Google thing is do no harm and I know it's worse. I know the youth porn thing is choke that chicken But I don't know. Yeah I know what you're talking about it's like Yeah some some version Asian of like do it now and ask permission later kind of thing but more aggressive my get. I get all that you don't get I don't get the like bezzone style billionaire there that it's like be a billionaire and just take the money and and kind of like take as much as you can and kind of like like what's Bezzaz doing even with all the money's he like Oh dare I say I'm GonNa sell another widget like what what no it's a sickness for power anyway. We're pitching go to Amazon soon. So okay well. Do you want to get to our fight of the week. Oh did we fight this week. Yeah I was going to say one more thing about billionaires there's and and and an Amazon stuff like that the truth is like you know people talk shit because all the wreckage of ace thing people were like Were upset upset about that. I don't know if they were upset about thought was a great joke. You know the joke about the Isis had a streaming platform. You'd be calling your agent tomorrow I. It's a great great joke. I Love A well-crafted joke. I thought it was very funny. And I love skewering the phoniness. That is Hollywood. Absolutely because everybody here thinks people in Hollywood that Hollywood is is a confederacy of heroes that also do creative work on the side. I mean they basically take the fact that they are politically progressive is like somehow. That's that's it's a game changer. If I tweet a I'm going to tweet a thing and and I've changed the world. I get how hypocritical that is but on the other hand we have to admit it to our selves. That were all stuck in this fucking corrupt like rotten castle that is capitalism and as they say there are no ethical choices and capitalism. Like no no one. That's why I hate when people say Obama bought a house on the beach. So how real global warming be or Bernie. Sanders has a vacation house. So how against billionaires could we really be it's all bullshit everybody stuck in a fucked up system and we're all just trying to do the best that we can alternatively the best most ethical most ethical choices we possibly. We can't which is why I'm not eating Orange Ruffie anymore. Thanks Mush okay. Yeah what was our fight. This week kept burping. No not listen. I'm chewing nicotine gum and has got a real burp horrific effect on you. It's like there's a lot of acid happening and she was like you saw burping please and I was like. Oh Oh sorry. I didn't really realize burping at the dinner table. But would you rather be burp or would you rather make gasp for air. I'm trying to chew my way to free. I didn't didn't realize it was because of the nicotine thought you were like burping at dinner. A bunch and she screamed at me squirrels. You got close. She was like I just feel disrespected. I I did not say that. He said that felt disrespected. burp feel disrespected by your BURP. And it's like oh no because I us to you three times right and then and then you're like okay. I'm sorry sorry and then and then like two minutes later you did it again. Well that was my bad. That's what I'm talking about because I was. You said you felt disrespected by. I don't remember what I said. Then you bummed a piece of nicotine gum. I don't know if I said this on the the last episode. You're the only person I've ever known who choose nicotine in order to elicit an addiction to nicotine not addicted to nicotine chewing it so that she can develop and then she she goes. You know what this is wrong. I don't talk about how you constantly in. The House did not say burp horrific. Thank you don't talk about how you constantly cleef and in the house and you do you. How many times? I've been woken up in a cold sweat from a loud que- from Natasha. Lying next to me. And the dogs are startled I'm serious the dog the other night from really strong. CUIV dogs are sick. He got put your Queen got a you know what I'm GonNa Start Putting a cork in. Can.

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