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Johnny Depp testifies again, calling Amber Heard's allegations insane

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Johnny Depp testifies again, calling Amber Heard's allegations insane

"Johnny Depp has returned to the witness stand in his libel case against his ex-wife Amber Heard it was a legal curtain call of sorts for the star of the Pirates of the Caribbean star who took the stand as a rebuttal witness he described the allegations that his ex-wife Amber Heard had made against him as insane ridiculous painful savage not to mention all false He also made comments to respond to testimony from heard sister Whitney henriques who provided the jury with rare eyewitness accounts of depths of violence toward his ex dip as suing heard for libel for running an op-ed piece in which she described herself as a victim of domestic abuse

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Heard's sister, friend back her assault claims against Depp

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Heard's sister, friend back her assault claims against Depp

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Son of famed American artist charged in Jan. 6 Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Son of famed American artist charged in Jan. 6 Capitol riot

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"whitney" Discussed on There Are No Girls on the Internet

There Are No Girls on the Internet

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on There Are No Girls on the Internet

"Really wanted from her all along. I was really struck by in your piece is sort of that element of these Haitian enslaved people how that was like their deepest fear being exhumed being reanimated and being trapped in this cycle of having to work to make money from their labor forever and how deeply sad that is, not being able to rest, given the kind of life that Whitney Houston did live. And I think there's something so incredibly sad, but also relatable about the life that we think.

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"whitney" Discussed on There Are No Girls on the Internet

There Are No Girls on the Internet

07:49 min | 3 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on There Are No Girls on the Internet

"There are no girls on the Internet as a production of iHeartRadio and unbossed creative. I'm Bridget Todd, and this is their a no girls on the Internet. Musical icon Whitney Houston died in 2011. But that doesn't stop her from performing. She's back from the dead and ready to entertain. Kind of. An evening with Whitney, the Whitney Houston hologram tour, first debuted in Europe in 2020, and is currently doing a residency in Las Vegas, leading up to a possible United States tour next year. Whitney's family and estate are involved with the show's production. Pat Houston, Whitney's sister and the manager of her state, raved about the hologram show, saying we're excited to bring this cutting edge musical experience to the fans who have supported the pop culture phenomena that was Whitney Houston because they deserve nothing less. And while that may be true, the increasing use of holograms to recreate people who are no longer living is something that we should at least be asking questions about. Rather than just accept as another new normal of our increasingly tech enabled world. In a piece called the zombification of Whitney Houston, spirituality writer Brooke obie asks, what right do any of us have to demand that our deceased heroes loved ones or anyone else act as a zombie for our entertainment? I had heard about this hologram tour that Whitney Houston's estate we're putting on in Europe and it was finally coming to the United States. I've been thinking about this for a really long time and really haunted by this for a really long time, but it was kind of out of sight out of mind. But now it is happening, there's a residency for 6 months in Vegas of this Whitney Houston hologram. And it was so disturbing to me. And it was also happening at the same time as Halloween, like they released, or they premiered this hologram residency in Las Vegas. The week of Halloween. And I was like, wow, yep, that is perfect. If you want to exhume some ghosts, if you want to zombify an icon, why not start the week of Halloween? So yeah, so that was really what triggered me finally sitting down and getting all of my thoughts out of my head and onto the page. Well, I mean, the Halloween date, I think, is so kind of perfect because it is a really spooky haunting kind of thing, especially given that I feel like for so many of us, black women, we have this special connection to Whitney Houston. I know that she occupies a very special place in my heart. Do you feel the same way? Absolutely. I mean, she is everything. She's the voice, you know, and her life was so beautiful and so tragic and so unnecessarily ended. And so it was one of the most devastating celebrity losses that I've experienced in my life and I was just so sad to see the people that were around her and the lack of care and the lack of regard for someone who needed help and assistance and wasn't able to get it and wasn't able to live authentically as herself either and still have the career that she wanted to have. And so to see what's happening now, this is basically the same thing that's happening in her life is now happening in her death. Her image is being constructed for her. Without her consent, and she's being put to work. Today, the term zombies conjures up brains craving blood vests like dawn of the dead. But those pop culture interpretations obscure the actual grim origins of zombies and their connection to slavery. I read really amazing in depth article in the Atlantic by Mike marani and it was about the tragic forgotten history of zombies. And so it's talking about the ways that Haitian enslaved people. Their deepest fear was that if they died by suicide because the plantations were so brutal, the French were so brutal in their slavery of Haitians that they would be trapped in their bodies and that they would be trapped on these plantations forever. And then once Haitian voodoo evolved that zombie mythology evolved as well. And basically, there was a sorcerer that would take these dead bodies and resurrect them for evil purposes and use them for free labor. And that's what I saw. That's what I saw in my mind when I heard about this hologram and this idea of taking Whitney, who was not able to rest and not able to control her own image in her lifetime. Now, in death, being used for free labor, once again, in racking in money for the estate. For the next 6 months in this hologram residency. The thing about this that strikes me as particularly sad is that I saw the ways that Whitney was stripped of her humanity and identity in life. Aspects of who Whitney was as a person were obscured to make her more marketable to mainstream white audiences. Music labels were segregated by race and in the beginning, her sound was intentionally manufactured to have white crossover appeal. Clive Davis, the head of Arista records, signed Whitney when she was just a teenager after an A&R rep saw her singing with her mother's nightclub act. Davis became a huge force in shaping Whitney's image and career. He vetoed her releasing anything to black sounding for her first two albums. His choice came with a real cost for Whitney. At the height of her success in the 80s, Whitney was booed by black audiences as a soul train awards when the host introduced her as a nominee for best R&B artist. Reverend Al sharpton even organized a boycott of her music, calling her whitey Houston on flyers that you can check out in the link in our show description. Being stripped of this aspect of her identity was hard for Whitney. Sometimes it gets you down, you're not black enough for them, you're not R&B enough, you're very pop. The white audience has taken you away from them. She explained that an interview, and it didn't stop there. Now, in the 80s, the music industry was deeply homophobic. And to find mainstream success, an artist would sometimes have to conceal parts of themselves. So it isn't surprising that Whitney herself did not talk openly about her sexuality, and will never get to hear about it in her own words. But her closest friend and confidante, Robin Crawford, an openly gay black woman who would spend decades by Whitney's side as her assistant and creative director, opened up about her romantic relationship with Whitney. They met at summer camp as kids and quickly became inseparable, but soon after Whitney signed with Clive Davis at Arista, she ended their intimate relationship because, quote, it would make our journey even more difficult. Crawford remembers that her memoir, a song for you, my life with Whitney Houston. In the 2000s, the years leading up to her tragic death, Whitney dealt with addiction and family issues, like the 2003 arrest of her husband Bobby Brown for allegedly hitting her in the face. And the same media who'd once been happy to portray her as black America's sweetheart, gleefully made her the butt of jokes for failing to live up to the narrow role they'd written her into. Whitney wasn't really able to be her full self when she was alive. And now, as a hologram, rendered back to life without any of the baggage that comes with being a complex living person, Whitney is now an always on, always camera ready version of herself who can perform on command and generate income for others forever. And in a way, the hologram suggests that that's what music executives.

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"whitney" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

02:32 min | 4 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"I didn't cheap guys. I think that's a problem. I really had a guy. I swear to God, asked me out on a date to go get coffee. Is that happening now? Plaid shirt? Is that happening? You're doing that with girls now? You're not straight. No way. What is this shirt? What are we doing here? What are we doing? You're fucking on TV. What are you doing? You're fucking killing me right now. And you don't even try to laugh. This is worse. Do you see how hot these girls are? You're fucking blowing it. This is never gonna happen. No, I like it. You're sexy. Are you single? Too much calm in your mouth, can't talk? No, I seriously swear that I had a guy ask me out on a date to go get coffee. How'd she is that? He's like, hey, do you want to like, maybe go get some coffee later? I was like, sure, you're not even really good coffee. This place is called a Morton steakhouse. You piece of shit. I love a little coffee with my lobster. Let's go. And now I'm such an idiot that I went on the coffee day. It was at like four in the afternoon. And I showed up to go, I went up to the counter to pay for my coffee, it was like a dollar, 7 or something, and I'd go to pull out my wallet, he cuts in front of me, he goes, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I got it. You need some coins from your freaking jar? Is that iron? Women are cheaper than men though. It's not even the word sheep. We just never expect to pay for anything, right? So much so, we have mastered the art of something that I like to call the pump fake. Which is when the bill comes to the table, we'll just stick our hand in our purse. Just moving around for as long as we have to until you guys sign the check, we're not grabbing anything. We're just shuffling shit around. It's getting stabbed by pencils. If it's a small purse, we'll just do that. And if it's a clutch, we'll just finger bang it as long as we have to. That's when you put a finger in someone's vagina. Watch Whitney Cummings, money shot, only on Netflix..

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Times Justin Trudeau Controlled Liberals in Canada 7 Years Ago

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Times Justin Trudeau Controlled Liberals in Canada 7 Years Ago

"How else can one explain the police enforced acclimation of Andrew Leslie as the liberal candidate for Orleans Even with hundreds of liberals attending the meeting to show their support for another candidate and form a Trudeau leadership rival it was clear from the beginning that Leslie was Trudeau's handpicked favorite and certainly wouldn't be stopped by pesky processes like democracy Just the imagery of Trudeau's chosen candidate being selected with police intervention is scary It shows that Trudeau doesn't just admire China's dictatorship He would practice one if he had the chance The nomination in Orleans is only the latest rigged open nomination quote unquote Despite Trudeau's promises to actually practice democracy at least half a dozen liberal nominations had been rigged or tampered with so that their direct intervention Trudeau's office Mysteriously disqualifying candidates changing nomination dates paperwork going missing using dirty background politics Auto ensure the leaders candidate is chosen at any cost But those are only liberal candidates surely Trudeau would loosen his grip on his caucus colleagues once they've been elected Whitney Unfortunately no The liberal caucus randomly learned one morning early last year that their leader had come up with a new dictate that all liberals would be expected Now required to vote pro choice Period When Trudeau's pathetic attempted defense that they were the party of the charter obviously missing those small sections about freedom of conscience and religion agitated more than a few liberal MPs he attempted to invent some weird grandfathering rule But then he abandoned that too

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"whitney" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Comes to one photo in particular. This photo was Whitney in 19 91. 31 years ago. It's a picture that represents in many ways the apex of his career, but it's also in some ways the apex of Whitney Houston's career as well. We just didn't know what was about to take place. She was shaking. She was going out. The whole country is watching. And the world is watching. Seeing her and hearing her sing.

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"whitney" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"To one photo in particular. This photo was Whitney in 19 91. 31 years ago. It's a picture that represents in many ways the apex of his career, but it's also in some ways the apex of Whitney Houston's career as well. We just didn't know what was about to take place. She was shaken. That she was going out. The whole country is watching. And the world is watching. Seeing her and hearing her sing like it was yesterday..

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"whitney" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"My guest is Whitney Goodman. Whitney is a radically honest psychotherapist. Also the owner of the Instagram account sit with wit and the author of the new book called toxic positivity, keeping it real in a world obsessed with being happy. It's interesting is that I have been waiting for someone to write a book about this because and we get deep into this in the podcast, but toxic positivity, particularly manufactured based on the social facade of social media, I have just observed its emergence over the last four or 5 years, and I'm so glad that somebody recognized it and wrote a book that really just nails it right on the head how it's actually pretending to be happy all the time and positive actually not only doesn't service but is a disservice to ourselves and others. So we get all into all sorts of stuff like that in this episode. I know you're gonna dig it. What's funny is that people Friends of mine have known for over ten years or so, whenever I haven't seen them for a while and I'll see them again, they tell me you look like you're aging in reverse. Like you look healthier and kind of younger every time that I see you in this weird way. And I really think it has something to do with the fact that about ten years ago, I started taking super food supplements every single day, and I really think that just blasting my system with all the micronutrients that I need has a lot to do with it..

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"whitney" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"And it's incredibly restrained. Why does that work in that moment? When we're used to right now, pop stars just really doing the most. You know, that's a good question. I mean, I really feel like the reason that it worked the most is because where most people are nervous Whitney is the most calm. The space is in the song where the notes are most difficult to get to or hold Whitney is actually most at ease. Yeah. And we should point out here, you know, everyone that does these kind of performance is they do it pre tape, because you just can't sing live in a big stadium. It's impossible. But she did her pre tape in just one take, she did, because this is the thing I love a good run. Whitney could do a run times a million, but she used them very strategically, and she chose not to use them here. One, I think it's because runs are difficult to sing along with. And I think she wanted to make a version of this of our national anthem. That was very easy to sing along too. And it was. And the other thing is she turned it into kind of a bluesy ballad and that is what Whitney Houston did for a living. Yeah. Well, and there's a certain there's a certain presentation of race that comes when you make the national anthem the blues. When you make it soul, when you take it from three four to four four, and it is in my mind, this subversive blackness that I appreciate it. Her doing in that moment. Yes, I mean, it is subversive, but it's also very, very upfront and top most, because the thing is, the music that most of America loves, honestly, is based in black blues, rhythm and blues, jazz, et cetera, et cetera. So it's not a reach to imagine that a whole bunch of people would like to hear something that sounds a bit bluesy and a bit like a Whitney ballad because that's what people like in general in this country. Yeah. When you go into the history of music in this country which is complex criminal in bizarre and what you see over and over again and this is the story that I know people are familiar with, but it deserves to be said a lot, which is it's the music of black blues men and women that was stolen or replicated by white artists, so with the idea of making it more quote unquote palatable for broader white audiences, but so when you see somebody like Whitney, I'm there, just like translating what is a very solemn and sad moment a very bluesy moment for the USA, right? It's wildly appropriate. And that's what it is. I don't think her moment was magical people like, oh, it was magic. And I'm like, I don't know if it was magic. I think it was the right choice. I think Whitney was the right person. I think she put to work in to put herself in place to do that. And she was where she was supposed to be because she placed herself in the position to be available to that moment. Coming up, Danielle tells me her biggest takeaway about that Super Bowl and Whitney's performance, 30 years later. This message comes from NPR sponsor, Goldman Sachs, companies with diverse founders are more likely to outperform. And yet, underrepresented founders receive only a small fraction of venture capital to start and grow their businesses, launch with the GS is a $1 billion investment strategy from Goldman Sachs, created to address this imbalance. Launch with the GS provides underrepresented founders with meaningful capital and connections to help drive growth for their businesses and investment returns. This message comes from NPR sponsor, Goldman Sachs, companies with diverse founders are more likely to outperform and yet underrepresented founders receive only a small fraction of venture capital to start and grow their businesses, launch with GS is a $1 billion investment strategy from Goldman Sachs, created to address this imbalance. Launch with the GS provides underrepresented founders with meaningful capital and connections to help drive growth for their businesses and investment returns. What for you is your biggest takeaway from Whitney's performance of the national anthem at the Super Bowl in 91? 30 years later, it is a meditation on lots of things, race and patriotism and the importance of popular music and the monoculture, but looking back what stays with you the most. If you want to know the honest truth for me, what stays with me the most is the fact that she would be dead so early. I think about all that we could be experiencing from her right now. I think about the model that she would present for younger singers for young black women and really for women of all races. She's such a picture in that moment of preparation and grace. And it's one that I was my favorite part of her performance. It always makes me a little bit emotional to speak about Whitney in the past tense to be honest. She's been my favorite since I was a teenager. But when she sings the word free, right? You have to go up really high for that note. And so many people falter at that space. They shorten it, it kind of goes thin at the top of their voices..

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"whitney" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

"Everywhere choose love that we did something similar over the summer where we had a conversation about our top summer songs and that playlist was all over the to in a good way and people can discover new music. So we'll make sure we posted in pop culture junkie support groups. Everybody can hear the songs and just not listen to us talk about the songs you guys go to facebook and join the pop culture junkie support group. So you get that playlist. And all the other info from oliver episodes week week-to-week absolutely other junk we put in there. There's lots of maims stuff on. There are gold joke cool. I think that just about wraps up this episode. Thank you so much for coming. Whitney was saying to have you to tell the people what's going on what's next and where can we find jin. Well i am working on a new album and then something. I just kind of remembered as we were going here. I am in a movie that it before cove. it's supposed to come out on netflix. i'm not sure with the pandemic if it's deleted or what but I know it is coming out This halloween. I believe it. Premieres in la this week at that chinese theater. That's kind of the main theater solve premier that on october twelfth. But it's called retaliates. And i'm just i'm just kind of a bit part in there. See if you guys can find me. i'm pretty unrecognizable. Actually with all the The different makeup and stuff. I have on. But there's a couple of actors. From game of thrones there's actors you guys will know from ozark. I'm the scene with five finger death punches in it with me there's escape the fate's in it There's a lot of crazy like metal bands that make both cameos. And they're on the soundtrack of the movie so it is a horror film. And i'm excited. Because i remember filming for it. Right before kind of the tour with ritz echo that i did actually and twenty nineteen and now to see it. Finally because of you know everything that was happening it being wrapped up in being put out You guys can look for it on the streaming networks. I'm pretty sure it'll be hitting like netflix. Hulu or something like that but again it's called the retaliate. There's and see if you see me in their thanks guys. Always looking for a good horror of susan and whitney where can people find you social media christian. Mingle.

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"whitney" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

04:37 min | 9 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

"Coming in hut from olympic games in mesa arizona. The pop culture junkie podcast. Hello dear fans welcome back to another wonderful episode of pop. Culture junkie podcast. My name is shana. And i am joined by my fellow junkies and their names are alex nicole and hayley and this week. We have a very special guest. Whitney peyton is with us today. I whitney. Hey how's it going good. How are you good. You say my name right so that was good. That means like i've i've made it. You know we might have officially checkmark on instagram. You've done the first time. I was in arizona. 'cause i'm originally from philadelphia. They spelled my name on the marquee. Whitey peyton definitely.

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Free Beacon Reports Democrat Budget Proposal Increases Taxes on Lower Class

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 9 months ago

Free Beacon Reports Democrat Budget Proposal Increases Taxes on Lower Class

"There are huge tax increases in this apparently proposed bill targeting the poor and the lower middle class As explained in the free Beacon a great site the Democrats budget proposal relies on a $100 billion tax hike that disproportionately targets the poor Lines the pockets of organized crime and increases inequality The plan doubles the federal tax on cigarettes Which would break Joe Biden's promise to raise taxes only on those earning more than 400,000 Households with an income of 35,000 or less smoke at three times the rate of households with incomes of more than $100,000 a year Richard meringue say 27 year veteran of the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives who worked on gang violence at a tobacco tax increase will punish vulnerable communities Your punishing lower income people which the administration promised a Whitney said you're punishing the police departments I want to push towards reform You're punishing the states or organizations that truly have the tobacco harm reduction strategy to keep it out of the hands of kids and criminals You can not have a healthy community that's not safe A tobacco tax hike would put a dent in the state economies that rely on tobacco production And it goes on And so there's actually more than this It's more than cigarettes There's a massive increase should your children inherit property They want to lower the cap to three and a half $1 million that you can give in terms of gifts Or upon death to anybody and everybody They aggregated So if you have a small business you're not even that liquid maybe you pull down a hundred 153 100,000 a year but you keep pouring your assets into the business to grow in and sustain it And you die and it's for a $7 million a year Well guess what Anything over $3.5 million a year is going to be taxed at almost

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Hollywood Is Remaking Whitney Houston’s Iconic Film ‘the Bodyguard’

Daily Pop

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Hollywood Is Remaking Whitney Houston’s Iconic Film ‘the Bodyguard’

"Love the bodyguard. Well now it's getting a remake in fans are divided. Are you here for bodyguard or you know. You can't remake an iconic legendary film like this. I mean it grows over. Four hundred million in the worldwide box office. It was the best selling soundtrack of all time. We got heads for wendy. Used in what we don't need another kid whitney sing that song again and i don't want to hear it. Don't do it. Everyone's trying to do it all the time. Don't do it.

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"whitney" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

08:24 min | 11 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on LadyGang

"It's called say vagina and it's like when when they were like. Do you want win. You're like yeah. Of course they're like she going gonna talk about say vagina. Where like we save a jonah. All the time and my mom's embarrassed when she listened to podcast that. Like i love this whole campaign so please. You're here to tell us about it and i think this is really important. This is a very interesting product. So give us a spiel. Yes it's look. I i'm really A brat with anyone that i'm gonna like partner with and this wasn't even something that i anticipated because i wrote about my book. I don't wanna be boring about it but I've just struggled my whole life with birth controls. Making me feel crazy killing my sex drive like this is my personal experience Making me lose my mind making me Just cry more than i normally do. Which is shocking about. And i just always struggle. I also like i'm on the road all the time. The idea of like for birth control. You having to go to your service provider or your doctor like once a month in the pharmacy. Once a month. I found myself on the road like trying to get the little the pills and i'm like okay. I have one pill left like two in the morning. I'm driving around like tampa. Florida looking for a big on birth control being stalked by the way so i could not find and then that would trigger migraines because i didn't take the pill and i'm spending all my vacations and all my time on tour like trying to get on the phone with my doctor. When she's you might have noticed they're not like greats with texting. And so finally i get the email in the in the subject line is just save a giant. And i'm like is this a lawsuit because this is what's driving them because this is my brand and and it was just the super fearless campaign about this new birth control called navarra. It's only have to go to your provider once a year. And that is it's like there's no you're not sitting in the i'm like how do i even have time to have sex. I'm spending all my time in the waiting room to try to get the pill that's gonna make it so that i don't get pregnant an hbo special. I did a lot of jokes about all my qualms with birth control like the like the morning after pill was like. I think it's fifty dollars and i i've never had sex with a guy in woke up and been like that was worth fifty bucks ever happened but yeah for me. It's like i i refuse. I was promised that i could have it all. And i see so many women not being able to have it all the way we were promised. And just anytime. I discover something that saves women even if it's four hours a month or extra money going to that appointment to have to. I mean it happened. Today i was getting a different prescription. We had to call. They didn't have it. We had to call the other one. They didn't have it then their stock then they're out of. It's just like i've worked too hard for this like i've worked too hard to spend all my time fighting with pharmacists and service providers to get my birth control like this as an and i need y'all to just level so for me i'm like i could take matters into my own hand. You can take it out. Put it in whenever you want. Thirty eight years old so who knows i might meet a guy on farmers only want to like get pregnant right away whereas the other ones because i froze my eggs a couple years ago going off a birth control for that it took like a wild for my Uterus to start back up or something some weird that you can take out any time and put in whatever you want so i just was like for me and their campaign is just say vagina and whereas i would get all these offers for birth control partnerships before this and it was always like. You're writing in a canoe choline. I'm like what does that have to do with bert. Like and then. It's like i would get like talk to them and i just want to make able to say and then i look at the script for every tv show i've ever done i would put vagina in the two pilots. They let us do but then it was like were like. Can you say fi fi can my god missy tool up and like no. I'm going to call it what it is. That's okay it's like. This is why women have trouble advocating for themselves. I would go to my own gyna- when i was a teenager to my twenties i have something like a bomb on. Never mind never mind. Yeah like i'm just saying the vagina. Just makes everybody clamp up. Does okay so you. We are almost out of time. We're whitney and i have to first of all. If you want to check that out you can go to. Www dot just say vagina dot com and see beautiful photos of a blue haired whitney. There's there's a very important topic that i cannot let you live without talking about. Recently you were at the paris hilton cooking party. And i'm very jealous that we didn't get invited to this harris's lovely. She's been on the podcast. We're so happy for love. The show but paul can do abdul was there and i saw that you posted paula. Please come on good for you. Your podcast and i wanted you to know that. I've been campaigning for paula for six years. And if you wanna fight for number. One paula fan like we can. Was your first concert. Music video with them in the name of the animated cat and the opposites attract video scat cat. Do you know. The tap. Zola from the scat cat video. Perform it. Maybe we get involved because talking. So paula abdul. I met her on the masked dancer. And i have a picture myself meeting her. And i when i tell you i am sobbing. I mean i am sobbing. And i knew she was a we lady but she is tiny. Here's a tiny. She's a button this one. So i'm like hovering over. I'm like she goes to give me a hug. And she's like around my waist she's the belly button and you're totally everything. I was like like cradling hurling you. I mean i was so obsessed with her as a kid and she was so nice and i was like you know they reach out to me to be like you wanna do like some social media stuff together and i was like i want to recreate the rush video or keanu reeves. That was his first appearance on. She discovered jonah reeves in one of her music videos. And then i was also like hannah stocking. You and i were timeout recreating scott cat. Because i feel like. I know we're already going through at like frame-by-frame trying to see if it's possible because we could do it with scott out of the background green screen her out and we could also do the tap. Your we're trying to attack culture. Can you tap. I was pat. Yeah i can really tap. I had shut up and dance with my first compactness over. Need you to do the top part. I could do the part. I dream right now. I'm telling you. I have interviewed over the course of ten years. Like every person From oprah to whoever. When i get to interview bob dwell. I'm exactly like you. What is it about her. Like i walk in. And i just started weeping because it's like my childhood dream like i have king made it. I'm in the same room as paula abdul anyway. When can we go really quick. And say everybody's like the person that they are like. I'd kind of freak out. If i met that person because it also happened with whoopi goldberg. The first time. I did the view. This is like nine years ago and i was like be like yes grew up. We'll be a little bit. And then as soon as i saw him personally. I just i realized in that moment. Like i'm i guess. I must have made it. Like i had disassociated everything before then and i never felt like i was successful and then i was looking in her and i was like i must have made like and then i started crying in her arms side note. Have you seen the video farting the view when claire danes was on and i need to see this immediately today so i picked me up wanted that just feeling down at work and i love this. Is there anyone else that had act. You have one minus. I so i am not like a big hollywood person. I barely know who any celebrities are. But i have always had the big obsession over. Larry david i watch them to go to bed every single night. Like number one. I went by ship my pants if that happened. Yeah i saw him in public Once and it was like a basketball game. And he's walking toward me. And i i just be lined like. He saw me look at him. Because i was like like you so you yes and i was just like i can't like i can't. I'm not going to be funny enough. I'm not gonna have no..

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"whitney" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

06:01 min | 11 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on LadyGang

"The podcast today. My armpits sweaty just thinking about it. Our guest today is an inspiration to all of the self-made non-hollywood spawn dreamers and is so famous. The glamour magazine wrote an entire article about how she sleeps. Including a naito jonah. Oil more on that later we fell in love with her as a panelist on chelsea lately but since then she has gone on to create a ton of shows including two broke girls. A handful of comedy specials a book. I'm fine and other lies us to us to. She also has a podcast. Good for you and you can see this fallen tour. All info at whitney cummings dot com but most importantly she is hot as and most importantly she's actually here on late again. Please welcome to lady. Gang whitney cummings rush thanking multi. I'll come by day. It maybe hard to i. I mean i just. We love a woman who goes and gets success in hollywood without having a famous family member or having a family that invented ketchup like bravo. You have achieved just coming from normies is john didn't right like to donna. Summer songs are fact. Britain like a jinked like the fig newton jingle in order to get an audition in hollywood. Didn't know that i love it. You said that. what did you say. Non hollywood offspring spahn. Yes exactly. It's like you're actually self made like you really self made because no one can help you accept yourself and i love that and i also love For the past you know as many years you've been around we've been following your career and i love how authentic you are and how real you are about. You know i remember specifically this moment of your life when it was like everywhere i turn. Your head was on every billboard. Your name was in every article in the hollywood reporter. You no thing. And you're like oh my god but like you opening up about the struggles of that was so real And has has been a point that we've come back to lady gang many times of like. Hey are we taking on too much like is this the right saying we just saying yes because people are offering it you know and and it's an interesting thing so let's begin but you're making me think okay you if you know me all you know that i go on tangents and stuff but i appreciate. That's hearing not so much. Because so much i what. I'm podcasting around other pockets. Like why am i on about this. Nobody cares like you know these days you you just go on hot ones. Love is blind famously. Wants to know how to self made is everyone's like why are you wasting all this time writing scripts it's gone only fans you moron and so but i appreciate that there are still people that want to do it the hard way the long way and for my thing is always like it's never know job as easy whether a waitress whether a nurse whether you're a comedian whether you're running tv shows whether you're running an empire. It's always going to be hard. And i never promised anyone this is going to be the hardest thing you'll ever do but here's a couple of things that the mistakes i made just a little easier like this'll save you like an hour a day. I'm not gonna say it's gonna make working in hollywood. A drain orgasmic dream It's not narnia. it's it's any job is hard so this. So i just wanna make sure i'm not like hollywood's hard like it's emotionally the kind of people that come here. We're already emotionally. Yes up against a lot anyway. So were also more predisposed to be like. I knew like the tone of that email. He used all caps one. I also think it's interesting that when you come from nothing And are like climbing the ladder. And like they say. I came from a lot of emotional abuse and neglect tank. You got here you imply. I didn't get tools. But like when when. No one's handing you anything. I think the the thing you do is you like grab at whatever comes your way and we see so many of our late again. Community the same thing. They're scared to ask for raises. They're scared to ask for a promotion. They're scared to ask for what they need in a relationship because you just like oh i'm worth nothing and i have nothing so i'll just take the bare minimum. And so you want to say yes to everything without really thinking. It's the right thing for you. i don't know. can you feel like that enacting too right. Yeah i mean all the time. And i was actually just that just sparked thought that i had and i might be like stepping in shit because i might be remembering this wrong but i feel like i listened to an interview with you where you talked a lot about codependency and i think you're the first person that actually stated it correctly. What what exactly. It is I would love it if you could do that for our girls. Because i think it's so misused. And i think a lot of people from trauma which i think. We've we've all experienced a little bit Fall into that. End being female codependent right trauma as you say at like trauma doesn't have to mean you were in a dog crate being traffic to like. That's you know. I always like to sort of delineate trauma so you know being in twelve separate for the longest time. Sometimes i would go under rooms. And i'd hear stories and i'm like is that your biggest problem like i had this and this and this happened and then i go to other rooms. I'd like oh. I thought life was hard. You know so different for everyone and it doesn't mean anyone's are bigger or smaller. Some people you know they were left at school to the dad forgot to pick them up too late and they learned. I am on my own forever. I'm in that for whatever reason the adrenaline there were being made fun of there's ways that smaller quote unquote traumas. I happy to validate everyone's because they're all real to them. What is your mom dying. When you were ten could be someone else's. They paid their pants at the talent. Show you know everyone's in the way that is why neuroscience has helped me so much to understand that when cortisone cortisone adrenaline released. That's gonna lock in as a trauma so it can be. You know you. I remember when i was a kid..

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"whitney" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on LadyGang

"For good we is it is bad. We know i'll start my good week. Is that the audio book. That i voiced that i talked about. She got a winner. grammy. I don't think can you win. Grammys for audio. Remember tried to try to submit my god. This is terrifying. Because so i obviously didn't let me say was a really challenging job. It was barry tedious. And i have attention-deficit disorder and also not a great reader. Also not a great actor so it was like all of these things that were really for me. And i thought to myself okay. It's done. i love the author. This girl andrea bart's and she has incredible books that i've read all of them and it was an honor to be asked and then i'm on. Instagram reese. Witherspoon is posting that the book. We were never here by andrew. Bart's is her pick for the book club. This was also a day after. She announced that she just made a billion dollars selling hello sunshine. Her production company is all eyes. Are on reese witherspoon right now and then the book then explodes and becomes an instant bestseller. It would have anyway. But i have gotten four hundred people messaging me a screen shot of the audiobook saying oh my god. I went to read. Listen to this audio book and it's your voice so the amount of people i thought were going to hear. My terrible job is so much higher than what i had anticipated. Is this book like It's like a story right with multiple characters voice for the character. No yeah no. It's the only really. The only dialogue heavy dialogue is between two girls that are in their late twenties so it was not character. Work if you will really have to work on your voice voice actor. No but he person it's hard as an actor who's used to playing one character and really being able to finesse. How i'm going to say something into nation blah blah blah but this. It's you're doing that but like at a three percent because you can't invest all that time into all the words that are coming out your mouth. You would never never invest that amount unless there are people who do. Wouldn't be surprised because i do the bare minimum. But it's hard very critical of my read because i'm like if this were on tv onto it. I'm listening to it. I'm less than you need to listen to it. So my good was that. I'm very very very excited. Popular author and my bad week is. I'm very very bummed out with the amount of people listening to my awful voice. It's always the thing that like you don't think is gonna be the thing that ends up being the thing and you're always thought it would have done that a lot differently if i thought that more than zero people are going to listen to it and actually pisses me off because the amount of energy i've put into things that haven't gone anywhere. Yes just exhausting. Yes well i'll go so i i have a. I have a good week. I did a scientific ex Signs difficu- i did a scientific investigation excavation. This past weekend for everyone who listened to the podcast. This is your first time listening to this. Podcast you'll know that we have had a decades long conversation about when you have to poop in fluorescent lighting. So target go to homegoods you go to wherever and like instantly the bookstore and for some reason. There's something we've gone into the science of it. So i recently went to homegoods and i timed myself and it was twelve minutes twelve minutes and like five aisles of homegoods until the urge hit me i had no laxatives in my system. I had no coffees in my system. It was just the light. So you're welcome. Scientists kelty gives you twelve minutes of homegoods before you have to poop poop and homegoods. Yep i need can't remember that. Can they just leave the bathrooms open. It's like they have the code on the bathroom which i understand people shoplifters and shifty but it's like then you gotta go find the person you like. Can i get the code to the bathroom. And like every employee at homegoods is like you gotta boop right like no. Oh yeah for sure they probably just. Don't they want to limit the amount of people that actually go in there. So they're leading take it. Yeah do you think you're gonna get hired like whitney got hired for this Birth control because it's all about the vagina or are you going to get hired by homegoods and the whole campaign come healing the not a lot of god. I hope so. I'll do anything for money Okay so my bad week. Is that you know. I'm very behind on. Its fixer upper. La to like this is just a disaster. Like nothing's getting done. I'm too busy. I don't have the energy but we recently put solar panels on the top of the house. Because i want the whole thing to live off the grid gregor great. And then the guys that were in stalling. The solar panels all got completely mangled with the poison oak in my yard. Which i didn't know i had so they came on day one and they're like. Oh yeah we all got rash. I think this might be poisoned by the box. Or it's like by places that i haven't been yet in the yard so i was like well. I better get the perez taken care of so we finally found this guy. I was like googling. And i'm like how he's regular gardner you guy has met sued blah blah says guys like we'll take care of your poison ivy.

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"whitney" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

Inquisikids Daily

05:28 min | 11 months ago

"whitney" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

"Hi i'm luke and welcoming it podcast. Do you like to invent things. It can be fun. Make something new to solve an old problem. Eli whitney loved to do. Just he saw an issue and was determined to be part of the solution. Eli whitney was born in westboro massachusetts on december eighth. Seventeen sixty five. His father was a justice of the peace and his family lived on a farm. During the american revolution. When goods were hard to come by because of the british blockade eli perfected the art of making nails using the machine that he invented instead. He accepted a job as a tutor in south carolina on the ship carrying him to his new home he met a widow named catherine green. Her husband had been a general in the revolutionary war. When he arrived in south carolina he found that his pay was not going to be what he thought it was in fact it was only going to be half of what he agreed to. This would not do. Fortunately mrs green offered him a job at her estate mulberry grove. She wanted him to read the law to her. Perhaps eli go have become a lawyer would work out yet. While living at the estate eli had opportunity to get to know. Phineas miller who was engaged to catherine and was the caretaker of her estate. The two became good friends. Eli had always been a problem solver. It was during this time that he became aware of several issues that were intertwined first tobacco was not as profitable as it had been secondly. The demand for cotton was growing overseas. There were two types of cotton being grown in the south one. The long staple variety was only thriving and coastal areas because the fibers of this plant were long. It was reasonably easy to separate the cotton fibers from the seeds. Unfortunately the amount of cotton that the coastal areas could produce did not satisfy the demand another cotton variety grew well inland. But the fibers of this variety were shorter. Another cotton variety grew well inland. But the fibers of this variety were shorter than what was being raised on the coast. It was much more difficult to remove the seeds from this shorter fibres. It took many hours of labor to produce very little cotton with catherine's blessing. Eli set his mind to create a machine that would speed up the process. Eli spent that winter perfecting his idea. Finally he had a machine that used hooks rollers and brushes to effectively and quickly separate the seats from the cotton fibers. Eli called his device. The cotton gin short for cotton engine when he showed it to the cotton growers they were impressed. The cotton gin could produce more cotton. It only one hour than several workers could produce in a whole day. The cotton growers saw an opportunity to make more money and got to planting more cotton. Eli and phineas. Miller sought a patent for the cotton gin in seventeen ninety four. A patent is a protection from the government on an invention. It says that only the inventor can make the machine. Eli infineon's plan to produce cotton engines and let other cotton growers use them in exchange for two fifths of the prophet of the cotton. Sadly once many farmers saw the machine they just made their own versions and use that eli did not make any money from his invention. By seventeen ninety seven he infamous. Were out of the cotton gin business. Whitney miller did seek to recover their lost profit in the courts eventually. They were awarded some money but they came away with very little after paying their lawyers. Later whitney answered a call from the us government to produce muskets at that time. Each muskett was individually made by craftsman. Every gun was unique piece. If a musket broke a new part had to be manufactured that was specific to that gun. He told the government he could make ten thousand muskets in two years but he had a different plan in mind. If he could make an original that could be duplicated. Over and over any part would fit any gun. He wanted to produce interchangeable parts. This was a great idea. Eli did not deliver the promised muskets in two years or five years or even six years. It took him more than ten years to keep his commitment. He encountered many obstacles over that time. But eli did not give up. He showed any part would work. He had done it. He revolutionized mass manufacturing he is known as the father of modern manufacturing. We can learn many things from. Eli whitney i to be a problem. Solver more importantly we can learn to be persistent. Thanks for tuning into the kids. Podcast if you want to see the sources we used for this episode or send us some listener mail. You can find links in the episode description..

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Grant Stinchfield: Ronnie Johns Made a Secret Deal With Louisiana's Governor

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Grant Stinchfield: Ronnie Johns Made a Secret Deal With Louisiana's Governor

"Follow him onto a stench field. Seventeen seventy six grant. Welcome back to america. I dr genes so get to beyond you so you went to a specific local story which was shocking and it's a levels of corruption. Which would you read tell it here for a millions of listeners across the nation so this was about the louisiana bill i take it. Is that what you're talking about. The guy who was on the the constitutional carry bill and then the guy who was offered the the game can emission a job. Just what will list magin. Nobody knows about this story because everybody needs to hear it. I am so glad you asked me about this. Because just today was announced as the gaming commissioner. I'm talking about state representative ronnie johns of louisiana This is a guy that made a secret deal with the governor to not show up to vote on constitutional carry which is the veto override session. So consider this dr g. The senate passed the bill. The house passes the bill. They have a democrat. Governor anti gun anti freedom governor in louisiana de vetoes the bill. Well he may say deal with this. Ronnie johns whitney surgery two weeks ago. Please don't show up that way. We can override the veto with a super majority. He made another deal with another guy there. Too for some bridge in his in his district and lo and behold what happens if fails in the veto session and just today. It is announced by the governor that ronnie johns will have the gaming commissioner seats Or spot as the gaming commissioner in the state of louisiana knows louisiana. The game commissioner is a very powerful position This is the height of arrogance. It's the height of trading political favors at the expense of the people that elected. You people should be outraged. And i actually think there ought to be an investigation. If it's not illegal it should

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"whitney" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"whitney" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"All right we'll let you go in the nfl busy. Yeah guys. i'm down. do this forever. So we'll get a busy let. Let's try to do. I'm happy to do that. Let's try to do once every fifty to sixty days home quarter. Has that as we say in the business every three months or four times a year. Yeah i'm down to do more. We'll figure this shit. We're happy to accommodate you whatever's easier Justin thanks for being so Helpful what would you want from. Would you expect david good. Microphone and good arguments and stay hard you we we. We should play all your when you feel better me. We'll play office. Yeah i'm going to. I'm going to start playing. Let's tee it up. Where do you laugh. I just can't believe you're gonna play golf together. Not the kid who actually donated the money for charity. You're not gonna invite him. He's a loser. Correct he's not neither you. Why would i invite you. I did what. I did that golf show. He'd be a good guess for that idea. I don't wanna. I don't wanna do that. It's like enough about me but playing golf. But i'll talk to you. Thanks right. the gray ryan. Whitney joins us usual madness with him. Anything else before we wrap up this week. Nothing crazy. I didn't know if you saw i was remember. I said century that audio by the way here does it. Do you think it would annoy knowing actually did tweet about it. But somebody who barstool joining cameo like literally twenty four hours after being hired. They join cameo. Did you see this. I get this there. They hired two new girls for betting. Right yes okay. You wanna join cameo correct. Yeah like how would you be if i took this job and then i joined cami at fire. Yeah it's fucking ridiculous. I only furious if i was doing a bit or something. I was confused. I thought i thought these guys weren't allowed to join cameo now. There are all kim. You oh are they estimates checking it out. This aren't they all have him where he was like. They won't let me. You got like a thing. Because he was on cameo. Dave gave him. Should i guess gave us shit until he found out. We were doing it for charity right it from an concrete just for mankoc. Yeah yeah. I am for charity. I would never do it ever do it. Like for real. yeah. I don't. I just didn't i mean it's also like it's another record of your dave right. You were just talking to. That's why i brought it up. You're talking about retiring. You have to build these people up. Who don't have their own following four but like to me better be doing good fucking job. Yeah if you're gonna join cameo week after you joined the company you'd better be doing fucking helping accompanied her positions hard. Because i guess she's on the gambling site so she's making picks and he's judging her by the picks which makes me an easy you no. I don't fucking care work. No but it was just bad timing to join cameo while she's making bad just and you can join came you if you'd like. Oh really yes. Oh boy you can. You're gonna do it. Of course right good. How much are you gonna charge. Fifteen fifteen bucks okay. That's no it's all yours you tell your money just a welcome to join cameo if you joining. You're i'm not going to join. It would never ever go. I think i charge a reasonable rate to fifty bucks or something. That's reasonable charges three days. We did it for charity. We got like fifty. Submissions and i was so exhausted. I think mike did it for a while to yup. Also because you weren't paying them it was a way to pay them like the fans. Were helping pay correct. Yes yes dara. We're back monday regular time I'm trying to anything else. I missing anything else. You know Nope we'll do the wrap up show today. Okay and that'll be out there tonight. We'll talk monday. This was pretty reprehensible. I i don't know how it can be anybody's idear humor..

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Whitney Wolfe Herd on Starting a Business

Skimm'd from The Couch

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Whitney Wolfe Herd on Starting a Business

"What knee welcome back. And thanks for coming on the show. Thank you so much guys so now. We are going to jump in with our lightning round questions quick answers. This is our warm up first job on your resume. You know what. I worked at a boutique in college. But my first real job was taking on this marketing role at hatch. Labs which is where we incubated in launch gender. That's a good first job all right most recent job then mom. Why is a secret hobby or scale. You have photography really kind of photography. I was obsessed with travel photography. I was convinced. I was going to be a natural photographer but those dreams did not come true. Finish the sentence. What best describes your work day working nine till blank. I would say my workday really starts. I opened my eyes. And before i go and get my child i really start. You know trying to get through the important stuff and then take probably our to be with baby. You do the breakfast time to that whole thing. And then i'm pretty much back to back for several hours but i'm trying to get away from the all day zoom so we can have creative freedom time. What time do you tend to dislike. Like i'm done for the day. It honestly depends. It really depends sometimes sometimes three thirty sometimes. Eight thirty. it just depends. Are you an inbox zero percent. You know i used to be but it was driving me. Crazy was in impossible standard. Told myself to. I try to be inbox like thirty five forty percent. That's actually where. I tend to be so now that but the last thing you googled took good questions. Look oh my gosh. I googled how to wean your child off of a pacifier.

Runners Prepare to Begin the Toughest Road Race in the World

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Runners Prepare to Begin the Toughest Road Race in the World

"Death Valley may be incredibly hot clocking in at over a hundred and ten degrees on an average day this month but it's not too hot for about eighty four runners to compete in an ultramarathon the bad water one thirty five is billed as the world's toughest foot races director Chris coachman the interesting thing about this race one of the many things is that although it's super hot in death valley in for the first two thirds of the route the race finishes that nearly eighty four hundred feet up mount Whitney and many of the runners come in at night when it's down around freezing the race starts Monday and runners have forty eight hours to finish the one hundred and thirty five mile course code's been says the race has been held since nineteen eighty seven with out incident I'm Julie Walker

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Learn How to Thrive; Not Just Survive as a Working Mom - burst 07

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Learn How to Thrive; Not Just Survive as a Working Mom - burst 07

"It's called a reality list in the list. And it's a way to create a do an audit to see. Are you living according to your priorities or are you living more outside that circle and kind of in the edges of life right. So what did she is in. Hr executive and some she done it with other professional plants that she said she told me paid. Here are nine items nine of life that we all spend time on. Hobbies appearance work partner. Relationships travel All the different things in life household name household chores and she listened him out and she said okay. What i want you to do is in an ideal world list out one two nine. Where would you place your time. Where would you place your energy. And at the top of my list where things like hobbies passion projects like my work. Modern mommy dock. They were travel They were self care. Things like exercise that. I love to do listening to music reading books all those things and then she said okay. Now do a reality list and say where do you actually place your time and effort and work with at the top of my list. My regular day to day work works patients. Which of course they're gonna make money make money but the second thing on my list was maintaining my home which i care nothing about. I don't want my family to live in squalor. But i also do not care about folding laundry which most most moms like in the end if they were thinking about it and be like. Oh my gosh. It's been ninety day for the wanderer during the dishes. They'd be like no. That's horrible so then you compare those lists and the pay crash. Am i spending the vast majority on time on things that actually don't matter to me where my priorities now. And where do i want them to be And i loved that you gave a lot of tips. And kind of like your blueprint of how to make your reality lists lineup more with the lists that your ideal list. I guess you would say i love. Yeah exactly. I mean. I think number one is taking care of yourself like spending time taking care of yourself so you actually know yourself and you know the things that you want. This can be when you're a young parent when you have a newborn baby and toddler and things really chaotic five minutes in the shower with no one bothering you. The door locked. This could be you know sitting on the porch listening to your airpods with some really good hip hop jams that bring you back to being in college or being in high school. This could be reading a good book. This could be taking time to have a copy with a friend right. It doesn't have to be super long. It could be really short period of time. So i tell people spend at least five minutes a day where you just have that time where you just quiet with yourself. You're just being and then trying to encourage people to take at least one hour three times a week which sometimes people the other day where my business partners my Doctor was telling you. I read that you sent the blog number. Like you're crazy might really in the entire course of a week. I believe that moms are worth one hour three times a week to do what ever they wanna do. The most important thing is just making sure that it's not about performance. Like if you love to right. Like i do great right like an amazing essay. But don't do it because you're like i really hope this gets into the new york times instead. You know write it like on. My gosh had this amazing idea and i really wanted to flush it out you know or i wanted to. You know rows national apology. Our i wanted to get a nanny petty. I wanted you talk with a friend on the phone. Whenever it is something that like will not move your life forward will not be about doing is just about being is really. The is really the tab. And then i think the other thing is taking time during your day when your lunch to be thinking about an on breaks that thing to be thinking about. Are there moments here. That i stop pause and either be in connection with other people or being connection with myself are there. Are there times that i can just make space give myself white space and give myself resume on the edges of all my appointments and all my to do list all my things that i have to get done so that i'm not feeling like i'm in this rat race all the time and i have the time to be thinking about. Am i in alignment. Or am i not align. Because that's really what it comes back to knowing yourself. Having time and effort yourself to be able to ponder and not be in a like mean coach kind of way but in a positive cheerleader way. Okay where am i. Where do i need to make. Maybe some little tweaks here to get back on track

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Moving Forward in the CDL ft. "Rambo Ray" Dallas Empire HC/GM

Esports Network Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Moving Forward in the CDL ft. "Rambo Ray" Dallas Empire HC/GM

"Better to help me talk about winning championships, then the head coach, and GM of the twenty-twenty CDL Champs themselves. Dallas Empire, please welcome in off Raymond, Lussier, AKA Rambo Ray. What's going on Rainbow? What's up, man? I appreciate you getting my last name, right? That's not that's a rare feat in the in the in the world that we know these days, and well at least years. Where you gotta right? I appreciate it. I mean, I were to be able to give it. I work hard, man. I work hard to get get these last names, right? Lussier. I don't care who it is. You know, they tried like Raymond, who see a it's a nice little rhythm to it, but wage, you're a decorated X Call of Duty player. Now, you're the head coach and GM for the Dallas Empire. Again, the twenty-twenty CDL Champs. I mean, I know, that's kind of, that's kind of, like, in the past rabbit cage. Still feels good to have that label. What nine months later I want to say, oh yeah, I mean that's going to be for Whitney in for Empire and the players forever. It's obviously a cool seat that we got to accomplish off. Without really thinking about much nowadays. We're really trying to focus down and trying to find a way to repeat this year as much as we're now getting into a place where we can start progressing towards that goal. But yeah, I know it's exciting. And so, obviously you this past season hasn't gone off of the best of starts you guys, how how tough has this season been so far for your team and from your, from your end of things that if you like everyone was gunning? Yep. Guys, from the Star like you guys had a Target on your back. I mean, based on their success, early in the season, like we were, we were definitely a team to beat like a month before the season, actually started in probably the first two weeks of the season. So off, we were definitely kind of at a point where we were playing very well. Things started crumbling for us a little bit after that. Obviously, if we're comparing to season the last year this year, it's not too different. I think it's just the the difficulties and adversities, we're facing are coming in a different point of year. We faced adversity, very early last year and once it kind of got the ball rolling, after that event, win things were pretty pretty steady from that. Like, our progression was was incremental. We had a few kind of step back, but not very many obviously nothing like this here and that's kind of the biggest difference. I would, I would say for the season standpoint,

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Rock Hall (MM #3707)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Rock Hall (MM #3707)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. I was talking about how my wife was upset about the fact that this is us is ending, and we all have those weird things in life, we really care about. And I guess, you could say, I'm guilty of something, too, because they announced the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees this past week. And I'm not exactly excited the band. I wanted most Devo, one of my favorites didn't make the final round, Foo Fighters. Girl goes Jay-Z, Carole King, Todd. Rundgren Tina Turner all making it. Of course, everybody says Jay-Z is in Iraq, act, but we can argue about that till the cows come home. Neither was the Notorious BIG or even Whitney Houston, but what got me really incensed wage. Was that my favorite band of all times, Kraftwerk went in as an early influence, they were off the main performer about it for years. Never understood why they didn't go in when there's so many bands out there, claiming that they're an influence to them. But now they'll go in as early influence, to me, it's kind of a lesser extent, it's not quite the same thing. It's going in with an asterisk. Next to your name in a way, the Rock Hall upsets me again. As it does everybody, it's those silly things we care about and we don't know why wage

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Rock Hall (MM #3707)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Rock Hall (MM #3707)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. I was talking about how my wife was upset about the fact that this is us is ending, and we all have those weird things in life, we really care about. And I guess, you could say, I'm guilty of something, too, because they announced the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees this past week. And I'm not exactly excited the band. I wanted most Devo, one of my favorites didn't make the final round, Foo Fighters. Girl goes Jay-Z, Carole King, Todd. Rundgren Tina Turner all making it. Of course, everybody says Jay-Z is in Iraq, act, but we can argue about that till the cows come home. Neither was the Notorious BIG or even Whitney Houston, but what got me really incensed wage. Was that my favorite band of all times, Kraftwerk went in as an early influence, they were off the main performer about it for years. Never understood why they didn't go in when there's so many bands out there, claiming that they're an influence to them. But now they'll go in as early influence, to me, it's kind of a lesser extent, it's not quite the same thing. It's going in with an asterisk. Next to your name in a way, the Rock Hall upsets me again. As it does everybody, it's those silly things we care about and we don't know why wage

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Rock Hall (MM #3707)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Rock Hall (MM #3707)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. I was talking about how my wife was upset about the fact that this is us is ending, and we all have those weird things in life, we really care about. And I guess, you could say, I'm guilty of something, too, because they announced the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees this past week. And I'm not exactly excited the band. I wanted most Devo, one of my favorites didn't make the final round, Foo Fighters. Girl goes Jay-Z, Carole King, Todd. Rundgren Tina Turner all making it. Of course, everybody says Jay-Z is in Iraq, act, but we can argue about that till the cows come home. Neither was the Notorious BIG or even Whitney Houston, but what got me really incensed wage. Was that my favorite band of all times, Kraftwerk went in as an early influence, they were off the main performer about it for years. Never understood why they didn't go in when there's so many bands out there, claiming that they're an influence to them. But now they'll go in as early influence, to me, it's kind of a lesser extent, it's not quite the same thing. It's going in with an asterisk. Next to your name in a way, the Rock Hall upsets me again. As it does everybody, it's those silly things we care about and we don't know why wage

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A Look at Rope Tension Drums with Bill Whitney

Drum History

01:49 min | 1 year ago

A Look at Rope Tension Drums with Bill Whitney

"Welcome to the drum history podcast. I'm your host bar vendors e and today. I'm joined by bill. Whitney of counter would percussion bill. Welcome to the show. Thanks man happy to be here. Yeah this is This is another like usual long one in the making We met and talked at The chicago show or it might have been pesach. Yeah i think it was pace it years ago. Yeah back when the world was When when those sort of things were thing yeah when we could be around each other and We talked about you know doing a rope tension thing and here we are Basically two years later and We're making it happen so You're the owner and operator of counter would percussion obviously or performer and a teacher. And all this cool stuff but Yet so today. We are covering the history of rope tension drums something. You are very very passionate about. So why don't we jump in a little bit and you can kind of. Just tell us about the background on this. This amazing you know type of tension. And and i always say this. Don't like assume that anyone knows anything because this is something that i know very little about About how it holds the tension and the little like kind of like you know. They're called ears or whatever that that. Hold it on Ears unless you're in england in which case they're called buffs buffs. Name makes any sense to me call now so anyway just kind of lay it all out there. Like you're talking to a Grader here about Rope tension drums and the history. Okay so first of all. This subject is pretty infinite and My sort of range of of knowledge is primarily drums as they exist in western

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The Art of Business Wars: Waging War

Business Wars Daily

02:59 min | 1 year ago

The Art of Business Wars: Waging War

"Two. Today's lesson from the art of business. Wars waging war ever heard of book stacks unlimited probably not. That's because the online bookstore was launched in nineteen ninety two. It was a good idea. Sure but it failed. Why when it has to do with what's called the first mover advantage book. Stacks unlimited came onto the online book. Selling seen i. Sometimes that's a good thing. A company that offers something new and valuable i can carve out a big sector of the market. Your brand becomes synonymous with the product. Which is good for business right. We think of band-aid at he's a bandages. All around the globe now referred to as bandits even if they're not band aid brand but being a first mover comes with risks like making a move too early. That's what happened in nineteen ninety-two with book. Stacks unlimited when the virtual bookstore came on the scene. Not enough folks were comfortable with the internet to spend time buying books online but by the time a certain other bookseller turned mega corporation entered the market. Three years later customers were ready. And how amazon founded success. So it's not always about striking first but striking at the exact right time and not a moment too late and that's the idea behind the wild success of the online dating app bumble as well. The story starts though in another online. Dating company called tinder. It's may two thousand. Fourteen and tender. Co-founder whitney wolfe. Heard has spent two years travelling the country promoting the app to college students and young people suddenly her colleagues teller. She can no longer refer to herself as a co founder because in their view a twenty four year old woman at the helm of a growing company devalue sit what follows quite the tumultuous break-up wolf heard alleges that her fellow co founder justin mccain whom she briefly dated has been verbally abusing her showering her with sexist and racist texts and comments. She offers to resign but instead. Ceo sean rad fires. Her in a matter of months will

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Bobby Brown's Son Reportedly Died From Drugs, Alcohol

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Bobby Brown's Son Reportedly Died From Drugs, Alcohol

"We now know what caused the death of singer Bobby brown son well the brown junior was found dead in his Los Angeles home last November eighteenth authorities said at the time no foul play was involved and now the coroner's office in Los Angeles has weighed in with its findings the report says the younger brown died from combined effects of alcohol cocaine and the opioid fentanyl it also says brown had a history of drug and alcohol abuse and that his demise was ruled an accident the death continues a string of drug related deaths with those close to Bobby brown who used to be with new edition his ex wife Whitney Houston drowned in a hotel bathtub in a case linked to cocaine use in twenty twelve and twenty fifteen the daughter Bobbi Kristina brown also died after being found face down in the tub and lingering in a coma for six months her death was also tied to drug abuse I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Data Shows The New York PD Seized 55,000 Phones In 2020

Geek News Central

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Data Shows The New York PD Seized 55,000 Phones In 2020

"The nypd fifty five thousand cell phones last year most likely due to the pandemic this numbers actually market lower than the roughly ninety. Two thousand phones. They served season two thousand nineteen but another parent consequence of covid. Era is that fewer people jump through the regulatory hoops desert. Get their phones back. Meaning police kept nearly forty percent of the phones. Taken in twenty twenty. And here's crazy part at now. We understand if you're you know you're slinging drugs or something you get your phone sees. That's part of a you know. That's that's what's happening but as the report notes nearly eighty five percent of all seizures performed by the nypd. Were not listen. This were not related to any criminal charges against the person whose phone had been taken. One lawyer pointed out that the nypd officer took a shooting victims phone from them while they re while they were recovering at the hospital claiming they needed it for evidence and the person had to jump through lots of hoops to get his phone back. The city previous ride claimants to present two forms of id in order to get their property back even even if the police had seized the owners driver's license so there's all kinds of things has been going on here. People have been caught in a catch twenty two situation. And there's really not a lot that people can do from people just taking people's phones like civil forfeiture seizing property under the pretense needed as evans. Directly benefits nypd. The twenty-one thousand unclaimed foams at the york city took from citizens last year will wind up being auctioned and it's not like nypd needs that money. Those proceeds whitney put a dent in at ten point. Nine billion dollars. The city spent last year to fund the police force. But they're going to sell twenty one thousand phones that they had no reason to behold onto now. Some of those were probably seized because of a crime the fifteen percent according to this report. But it doesn't make go Just a little bit. It really really does

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"whitney" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"whitney" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Hockey player has so many similarities. That you really do feel like you're back talking with the guys in the locker room. That's what i miss most about plan or by far like where else can you have much shenanigans. That you know. You can't go into a meeting now and be like you were in the locker room right like a course that can't help. But and then you end up with pink. Whitney cracks me up to no end. See your name on a on a banner like that. Yeah there's somebody that sent me. I don't know if it was the or some liquor online description of drink. Lemonade pink flavored vodka inspired by nhl. Legend ryan whitney laboratory of thirty years. Some kids gonna read this. He's gonna haughey db beaming legend man executive. When did the term legend describe a plug. I think that's so funny but the drink was busy. My wife biz said. We got to try to make this when when it took off online. We're driving a costume party with my wife. I said you should see all these tweets. We're getting pink. Whitney big ridge said why don't you try to make make a drink. And i was like off. Both guys are saying this then. Let's try to do it. I also was embarrassed. That in a sense. Why the hell would anyone put pink my name on a drink biz. Nobody's gonna buy it. It's gonna be embarrassing when you look and see they've sold seven balls in the first six months and five and were bought by. My parents sold a lot more than that and outrageous. Yeah it's crazy. It's a i think that barstool also right there in terms of why this is where it is. Podcast and pink whitney because there reaches is out of control and they've been so awesome to work with what do you what's you keep doing this. Show what's where do you go. Where does what next like i've thought about that. It's kinda cool. We've gotten into some video content especially the golf where we've done some sandbags. We started off. Got to play crosby and mckinnon. So you'll probably never really reached the first episode again in terms of talent. But it's still been fun because that's something that we can do and we can also get guys personalities out there even better like a better example of how they are even when the interview us when you're on the golf course and you're in a car with teammate..

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"whitney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"whitney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Whitney reproduce some of this is and this is most famous pieces including leave it as man of the crossroads which takes up an entire wall the controversial fresco was supposed to be installed in the lobby of thirty Rockefeller plaza but after he better refused to remove images of Vladimir Lenin and the Soviet May Day parade governor Nelson Rockefeller ordered it destroyed there are some two hundred works in the show including some by other notable Mexican artists of the era such as buddy skittle Frida Kahlo and Rufino Tamayo Haskell says a major through line of the Mexican artists and muralists is that art belongs to the people it's also a tool for political dissent and liberation it feels very contemporary and I think it can't help but set a new standard for what art can be the dark in the public and at the same time it can be powerful and be relevant I'll have to set aside W. NYC news it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David green I'm Steve Inskeep what does the president want to do to disability benefits in America the administration budget proposes changes in requirements to go on disability this affects a lot of people across the country so let's check the facts and the implications of something we heard on this program this week White House budget director Russell vote said there is a chance to save money on disability there's about seven billion dollars in improper payments in the program so we obviously want to read those out but in general we want to get people back to work in the labor force right now the inability to speak English is a qualifying factor that allow you to get disability we think that's not how the program is meant to work and so that's an example of one of the reforms that we have within the disability program so much to dig into their an NPR Selena Simmons stuff and is in our studios to help us do that good morning morning first seven billion dollars in improper payments is that much money available to be saved well a past on the for the source of that figure and they sent me a report that shows the seven billion dollars in improper payments across disability programs in fiscal year twenty eighteen but here is an important point that is out of hundreds of billions in payments to beneficiaries OMB puts the rate of improper payments at about four percent other estimates say it's closer to one percent that is decimal dust according to a source I talk to about this and another important point vote says route out but most of these improper payments are because of inefficiencies or administrative issues not because of fraud people trying to game the system in some way okay first decimal dust as of yet is I'm gonna say from I appreciate that second he said the thing about speaking English but if you don't speak English well you can get disability and you didn't see the president doesn't seem to like that is that correct kind of you cannot get disability benefits just because you don't speak English you have to first have a serious medical condition that prevents you from working if you do language skills might be considered along with other things like agent education level the thinking is say you have a physical conditioning can to manual label labor for instance but you could work in a desk job you don't have the education or work is going to language skills to do that all of that might be taken into consideration although for talking about language it sounds like a measure here to target immigrants that sound but it sounds like that's not necessarily what's going on here this is not is not just about immigrants claiming disability right it's part of this really complex grade of considerations and the trump administration tells me it's close to final finalizing a new regulation to remove that consideration out of the grid and some experts I talked to said that that process does need to be modernized but English language consideration would not be the place that would start it's a pretty small piece of the pie okay Russell vote also said that the administration wants to ask people much more often if they really are qualified for disability let's hear that we want to have ongoing disability reviews instead of having a root disability review every seven years we want you to have it every two or three years what's the story there okay part of what he's saying is not quite right to seven years is the very outer limit between what are called continuing disability reviews this is for people who have really serious conditions like an intellectual disability down syndrome might be an example there is a recent proposal from the trump administration on this but it would not change reviews from seven years to two years would make some other changes to the frequency of these reviews on these changes aren't final yet the disability advocates have been sounding the alarm and some people told me that the frequency is not the is she you it's that there isn't enough staffing or funding for these field offices in order to actually check up on people regardless of the time exactly Selena thanks so much for coming by thank you.

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"whitney" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"whitney" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"So then Whitney Whitney's like with me sitting on the balcony in a chair, but it's like skinny balcony. So he's sitting sideways. This. Luxury. I believe it's called Juliet. Judging balconies Juliette balcony. So he's like. Family. Oh, my ancestors, our founding fathers of America. I'm getting their mother getting there. I also have to film. Got five out of five. I'm Ron been get it. So fuck them. I. My favorite part is was there was a shot of Whitney. And Patricia getting the back of a Rolls, Royce, so very fancy car, and it looks like they're about to assassinate a world leader. It was amazing. Oh, would to that's the kind of assignation we need, you know. Do it with some style. Yeah. It was very fan. So he's gonna open a restaurant instead. And I forgot about that meringue that's happening that you just pour me those Michael's much. I know I had to address it. I had to dress because everyone was feeling uncomfortable by that. Have we just met? Are we knew each other? And I've got a back up here as well. So whatever. It's called dinner. Okay. So then Whitney's like..

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