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Fresh update on "wilkerson" discussed on Fresh Air

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00:52 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wilkerson" discussed on Fresh Air

"Old house, you are not responsible for how it was built. You did not build the beams in the post and the pillars and the Joyce that maybe now askew. But it's your responsibility once it's in your possession to know what it is that you now occupy, and it's your responsibility to fix it. No one had anything to do with the creation of the caste system that we've inherited. But now that we are in it, and we recognize it, and we're here, however, we got here whether we were brought over and where we came over and ships either of our own choice or not, whether we have recently arrived. We are now in the structure in the old house that now belongs to us, and it's our responsibility now. To deal with whatever is within that whatever is wrong with it is now our responsibility those of us alive here today. Isabel Wilkerson. Thank you so much for coming back to fresh air and talking with us. Thank you. It was a pleasure. Isabel Wilkerson's new book is called Cast the Origins of Our Discontents. After we take a short break, John Powers will review a book causing a stir in literary circles. This is fresh air. Natasha Treff away puts words.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on Fresh Air

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05:34 min | 20 hrs ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on Fresh Air

"North in America, and now you have a new book So like you have I think by anyone's standards like you're very successful. So how do you reconcile that with thinking of yourself as being on the lowest rung in caste system and caste systems by definition don't allow you to move up higher. Well that that's where the issue of class comes in. So if cast is the bones and raises the skin, then class is the the you know the close, the diction, the accent, the education, and the external successes that one might achieve. But that does not protect the person from the intrusion of cast intrusion of boundaries because cast is essentially. It's an effort to control and restrict and to tell people where they belong. It's IT'S A it's a focus on. This ought onomic impulse to keep people in their place. No matter what and it's you know and that is fueled by you know unconscious biases that kick in before a person can even think and so people like myself can might move about the world as you know as objectively successful people. But that does not protect against the intrusion from others who might try to put someone in there placed by setting boundaries suggesting or responding as if they actually don't belong where they are I mean I had this. Experience in Chicago years ago when I was reporting a story that was was fairly routine I made arrangements to interview all these people I made the arrangements over the phone to interview a number of people for the story and all the interviews a gone. Well until I got to the last one, it was the last interview of the day. I was very much looking forward to it the person that I was speaking with or going to speak with a had been very excited to. Talk with me over the phone. But when I got there he happened not to have been there at the time and the place that I went it was an establishment retail establishment happened not to have other people in it and I was waiting for him to get there the door opens and this man comes in he's very hairy. Got This co- his overcoat on his he he's he's late for an appointment with ultimately with me but he's harried he's he's frazzled he's anxious and. The clerk would help me earlier. told me to go up to him and that this was the man I was there to interview and I went up to him and he said Oh no no no, no I I can't talk with you right now and I was flummoxed by that I mean why here we're here for the interview why why are? You why are we? Why are you saying you don't have time to talk and he said no, no I can't talk with you right now I'm getting ready for a very, very important interview. I cannot talk with you right now and I said, well, well I think I'm the person interviewing you I'm Isabel Wilkerson with the New York Times instead he said. Well how how would I know that? How how do I know that you're Isabel, Wilkerson and I said I am here this is the time it's four thirty. We're here for the for the interview and he said, well, do you have a business card and I said, I actually happened not to have had any because I. It was the end of the day and I've been interviewing people all day, and this was the last interview which was very much looking forward to and I said I'm sorry out of business cards right now he said Whoa Whoa you have something that you have some id because I see some ID and I thought I shouldn't have to show you ID. We're already into the time that we were to have interview we. Should be talking right now..

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Fresh update on "wilkerson" discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

00:52 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wilkerson" discussed on Fresh Air

"Benefits and rights and privileges that those on the very bottom would not have had those in the bottom being the you know the mass majority, and so they had, they had a different imperative. In the United States have United States having been predominantly the majority has has always been people who were identified as white on that that the the incentive was not at a certain point. Necessary to involve and to bring in any more people than already were there, and in fact, there was a desire to cordon off those who could qualify to be at the very top because the numbers were already there to begin with. You say that? You know the U. S used immigration as a legal way to maintain the caste system. What do you mean by that? That in order to curate, you might say the population. Curating. The population means deciding who gets to be a part of it and where they fit in upon entry. And so there was a tremendous effort at the end of the 19th century the beginning of the 20th century, with the rise of eugenics and this growing belief in the gradations of man of him humankind. That they wanted to keep the population to what it had been closer to what it had been at the founding of the country. And so there was an effort to A restrict who could come into the country if they were not of Western European descent, tremendous back and forth tremendous efforts on the part of you, Genesis who then held sway in the popular imagination. Tremendous effort to keep out people who we now would view as as part of of the dominant group. So there was it was a form of curating who could become a part of the United States and where they would fit in. And they used immigration laws to determine who would be able to get access to that dominant group. Now under the Trump administration, we've seen the Muslim travel ban. Building the wall trying to end Dhaka and send back dreamers. How do you see that? Do you see that as being part of what you describe as the caste system. Well, it shows the enduring nature of this impulse to maintain The idea of America as it had originally been created this idea that it is. It is a country where certain people reviewed his American and certain other people are not viewed as American. And this is a continuation. I see all this is a continuum where we make great strides toward embracing others. And then there's a backlash. And then there's a plateau. And then there's yet another. Progress, and then there's a backlash. And then there's a plateau and so we're in the middle of a cycle. But this is an ongoing continuum in which there's this effort to curate and two Chisel and control who can be admitted into this caste system that was created so long ago. Let's take another break here and then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us my guest, Isabel Wilkerson, her new book is called Cast will be right.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on Fresh Air

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02:56 min | 20 hrs ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Says, they're artisans are proud to sign every sank they make as each crossman finishes think he's GonNa stomp the stand his name, and he places that on the back of the same car underneath the base of the sink and that's crossman. Say This sinks to show is quality I'm happy that it meets my expectations. And I wouldn't put my name to it to learn more visit house of role dot com. Let's get back to my interview. A journalist Isabel Wilkerson her new book cast suggests that we look at America as having created a caste system to keep down African Americans. In the comparisons that you make between the Nazi regime. And the caste system, in America, you scribe like what qualified in each country as being white like how much called blood non white blood did you need to have in your system in order to disqualify as being white? Would you compare the two countries in defining that? That was a a source of tremendous debate. I came to discover I had no idea how they had arrived at their delineation of people and They sent people to study the United States and how it had defined and codified categorized and subjugated African Americans and delineated who could be what in the United States they studied the also studied the marriage laws, intermarriage laws, and in doing so they debated as to. Who should qualify to be considered? Aryan in Germany at that time and in studying the United States they were they, themselves were stunned to have discovered the one drop rule that was the common distinction in the United States for determining whether a person could be identified as black or African American. At that time, they would have been called colored or Negro that idea of the one drop rule was that was viewed as too extreme. To them that the Nazis. Stunning to hear that stunning to see that stunning to discover that. The Nazis in trying to create their own caste system what could be considered a caste system went to great lengths to really think hard about who should qualify as Aryan because they felt that they wanted to include as many people as they possibly could ironically enough in in trying to define who could qualify to be Aryan. The Nazis were more concerned about making sure that those who had. Aryan blood would be protected that..

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Fresh update on "wilkerson" discussed on MacBreak Weekly

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01:23 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wilkerson" discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Purely selfishly it was worse for consumers but just like. Review, it's easier one just started when they handle. This start when the ten are came out later, the the ten came out a month. That's that's right. Ten out. And then the ten are the next year and that was the most popular iphone and they've kind of done that all along. Now with these like the SEC I don't even know that came out six months later Yeah. So you think it will be which will be available I, the premium ones or the less premium ones or the rumor says one premium one non-premium both the same size, but I just find odd those screens may be more readily available. Well the the regular one has the second class led screen, not the latest greatest Samsung screen but I think they try and that didn't work out. So now they're with LG or the back with an older Samsung. Is the big guns six point? What point seven I? Is that bigger than them at the. Bigger than the regular ones going to be a little bit smaller. So they're going they're changing on both ends. Unbelievable. How does apple do it? And leave for that was so funny because there's been no display zoom on the regular side like ten iphone. Ten S an iphone eleven pro had no displays him because there was no interface size smaller than them that they could just scale up for accessibility and now in. West fourteen that interfaces there's people just like, Oh, I wonder how big is just measure I fourteen won't be delayed right To the phones I think. SO COME OUT IN OCTOBER INSTEAD OF SEPTEMBER O. o not it's usually not at the announcement. It's usually two days. The gold master usually comes at the announcement and then the fight the shipping version the general release two days before the phones hit the. Like, usually, the Thursday Wednesday or Thursday before the out on Friday Bloomberg reports apple just bought moby wave don't know if this. Means anything it's a startup that allows phones become payment terminals. So this is maybe apple trying to compete with square. said that the the apple hardware as appeal s device is those unsung hero of the product line The number of times you interact with an IPAD. Number Times you interact with an iphone or even a Mac That's a very. That's it's. It's it's not like health in terms of apple. Investing in making sure that part of his business is really really nice nice growth market, but it makes it makes a whole lot of sense for them to go into P. O. S. more. You and McGregor. Is the new apple TV plus star he will ride in an electric Harley. Through South America. But not as. Cool is he going to have that weird little beard thing that he had? Probably yes. He's done this before he he has a couple of different motorcycles like a travel shows and they're all like pretty amazing. The music is pretty incredible. So this this is a pretty interesting get for them I like it. They're going ride the livewires, those electric Harley that's. Have the high ground. I keep hearing they're gonNA show, which is all the way down. and. Then they're gonNA go all the way up to Mexico. So that's going to be quite a ride from the tip of South America whipped. Mexico. Can like easy rider. Stop, and eat food and it's a reality show right I haven't seen. And? It's very it's very off the cuff. It's looks like something that he could have been shoe he and his friends could be shooting himself. Yeah. It's not like I'm twenty nineteen. Yeah it's. It's not. It's not like a Michael Palin documentary where there's a big crew that's falling around they now now let's now let's go to this arranged thing to see this part of this this part of of culture it really is a very back of it's a it's like you're riding on the back of his motorcycle your arms wrapped tightly around his torso who who's. Given, shells looking for. Oprah Winfrey Apple TV plus Oprah Winfrey Apple News plus Blah. Blah. Blah. she's GonNa, be guest editor for apples. I know they're going to have guests editors. What does that even mean I don't know. I want to be a guest editor. I do to set some some sets them hard straight. The press release we got yesterday was. Cast the origins of discontents is the. No that's not the new book. Wait a minute. Let me look at these press releases once again. The Oprah Book Club Book Of the week. Again. I get mine on telegram. Did you know you can do that? There's telegram bought that will send you apple press releases. So awesome. The Apple. Burger. I, wanted Telegrams Again Burger Oh. Yeah. Cast the origins of our discontents now available on Apple Books Winfrey narrates and exclusive excerpt a new video. And we'll be the first ever guest editor for Apple. News Winfrey's conversation with Pulitzer Prize winning historian and author Isabel Wilkerson will debut this for free and apple TV plus like I said Oprah Winfrey. Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Wow. Warren Buffett. 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Oprah Picks Isabel Wilkerson's 'Caste' for Her Book Club

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00:22 sec | 1 d ago

Oprah Picks Isabel Wilkerson's 'Caste' for Her Book Club

"Has picked Isabel Wilkerson's cast as her new book Club selection. Wilkerson looks in American history and treatment of blacks and finds what she calls an enduring on scene and unmentioned caste system. York Times calls it an extraordinary document on the keynote nonfiction book of the American Century thus far, Steve Cave and CBS News

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Fresh update on "wilkerson" discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

00:44 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wilkerson" discussed on Fresh Air

"And at the beginning of the 20th century, there were petitions to the Supreme Court petition to the government for clarity about where they would fit in, and they were often petitioning to be admitted to the dominant cats. One of the examples Japanese immigrant petition to qualify for being Caucasian because, he said. My skin is actually wider than many people that are identified is white in America. I should qualify to be considered Caucasian, and his petition was rejected by the Supreme Court. But these air all of examples of the longstanding uncertainties about who fits where, when you have a caste system in his bipolar, such as the one that was created here. Bipolar. You mean black and white? Yes. What impact? Do you think that that had or has on white people who are poor or who are in the lower part says you economically of the working class. Well, it creates, Ah falls pedestal of standing that has nothing to do with what one does. It's what you're born into. It also, though, creates an invisible false pedestal. It's a pedestal that people cannot see as we can, as I speak about Cast system itself is like a building and that the building has Joyce and beams and the structure that we cannot see. But the building is there and what makes it especially Troubling is that if one cannot see that there is a pedestal that one maybe standing on, that was that you had nothing to do with and that was created. Well before you were born, then you may not even recognize the advantages that you actually were born to the everything is that it can create. Easily activated resentment at anything that does not track with how one perceives oneself. In other words of the perception that someone who has been deemed lower or that that one perceives to be lower than them. Any advancement by someone in that group can be seen as a greater threat than it otherwise would be. It would be a greater investment in maintaining the caste system as it is in maintaining the hierarchy as we have known it to be, And I think that one way that it you know, shows up a lot is that we often say and In our era that people say that white working class voters will often be acting against their own interest in opposing policies, for example, that maybe geared toward working people like Universal Healthcare, for example. But from the lens of cast, it would not be surprising that they might oppose policies that they fear could threaten their own status by assisting those that they perceived as being beneath them. And so from a cast perspective, it could be argued that they are actually acting in what they perceive to be their best interests if their best interest is maintaining the hierarchy as it has always been. I think this would be a good time to take a short break. Let me reintroduce you. If you're just joining us. My guest is Isabel Wilkerson. Her new book is called Cast will be back after a break. This is fresh air. Support comes from I f Local 21 Essential workers and local 21 demonstrate the importance of public services Local 21 serving the public champions for our communities. 7 20 Listen to fresh air on public radio. This is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with journalist Isabel Wilkerson. Her new book cast suggests we look in America is having created a caste system. Keep down African Americans. So you know you write that, like the Nazi regime could not understand why Jews in America qualified his wife, You know, I have to say that You know what propelled me to Germany to begin with the study of the Nazis. I had to do with Charlottesville. Really? You know the contention over statues and the Confederate Nazi symbolism that fused among the ralliers there and the battle over memory, the memory of the Civil War and The role in the realities of slavery. Those are the reasons that I ended up even looking into what was going on with the Nazis. So this is if there was a long road to getting to what you just said. And I have to say that my focus was not initially on the Nazis themselves, but rather on how Germany has worked in the decades after the war to reconcile its history, But the deeper that I got, and the more that I looked into this, the deeper I searched, I discovered these connections that I would never have imagined. And it turned out that you know Germany in Genesis were in continuing dialogue with American you Genesis. Votes by American you Genesis, where big sellers in Germany in the years leading up to the Third Reich. And And then, of course, the Nazis needed no one to teach them how to hate. But what they did was they sent researchers to study America's grant Jim Crow laws they actually sent researchers to America to study. How Americans had subject gated African Americans. What would be considered the subordinated cast and they actually debated and consulted American law as they were devising the Nuremberg laws, And as they were looking at those laws in the United States, they couldn't understand. Why, From their perspective, the group that they had identified as the subordinated cast was not recognized in the United States in the same way, So that was the unusual interconnectedness that I never would have imagined. Let's look at South Africa for a moment. You don't include them in your three major caste systems. You include America, Nazi Germany and India. But I think it's fair to say South Africa during apartheid was a caste system. Yes. Oh, absolutely. And I considered it But I needed to narrow it down. I would still be writing it into the guy. I'm glad you finished. It wouldn't be talking now, if it wasn't exactly yeah, but Esso in South Africa that that wasn't bipolar wasn't like a division between white and black. There were other divisions in between. Would you describe what those categories were? How you qualified for those categories? Well, the the categories were primarily white colored and then African are black. And there were there is a reason why there was that middle category that was codified and recognizing the way that it wass and that has to do with the with the composition and demographics of that country. In which the white population was in the extreme minority in the country and in order to wheeled and hold power they needed to have divisions that were a little different from the way of the United States hierarchy happens to be They have great incentive to include and to expand. The definition of who could be in the upper wrong because of the numbers were so small and so it worked to their advantage to have that middle group be more formally identified, apportioned specific..

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Police Officer in Rockwall suburb of Dallas, Tracy Gaines Passes Away After 4-Week Battle With Coronavirus

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Police Officer in Rockwall suburb of Dallas, Tracy Gaines Passes Away After 4-Week Battle With Coronavirus

"Of Rock wall is mourning the death of a veteran police officer who died from the Corona virus today, Carol these I'll be, Phillips says the officer had strong ties to the community. Rock Wall. Officer Tracy Gaines had been with the city Police Department since 2005 having already completed a 20 year stint with the Air Force. While gains work Patrol Mayor Jim Pruett says the officer also served as a school resource officer for both the high school and the Williams Middle School. They know the parents of those kids in the school that they that they work in. And you know, you kids, kids tell me they really don't get by with anything because these officers do you know the people within the community and know their parents Squad car has been parked at the Wilkerson Sanders Memorial in Rockwall Gains leaves behind Find a wife and Children

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"wilkerson" Discussed on Longform Podcast

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01:43 min | Last month

"wilkerson" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"The long-form podcast. I'm Erin Lamour. I'm here with my Co. hosts Max Linski and Evan ratliff Herron. Hey, you guys Aaron you ever. You've done something different this week and I'm intrigued, so we have two guests this week out. The first one is tessie custodio. She's a journalist from North Carolina. She was teaching a nonfiction workshop on death row in. In prison in North Carolina and ended up putting together a book of the writing of for of the men on death row. One of them is George Wilkerson and he is our other guests so I I'll be talking to tessie, and then we will be calling him on death row to talk about the process putting together the book which is called Crimson Letters. That's That's more logistics than we usually have on a normal show. Glad you're able to put that together with her There's actually a lot about logistics in the interview. There's a lot of logistics involved with editing in and out of prisons, so if you've ever wondered how that would work, this is the interview. Man It is a fascinating I cannot Wait listen to this one I haven't actually listen yet, and I'm looking forward to it. We are brought to you as always by mail chimp. Their support makes things like this episode possible. Thanks to Malchow now, here's Aaron with Tessie Castio and George Wilkerson. Welcome to Tessie Casteel. Thank you for having me. You've recently published a book Crimson Letters which you co authored with four man.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

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04:49 min | 2 months ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

"Hi torch. Thanks for joining us today. I wanted to start by just asking you how you are I know the conditions are really fraud in a lot of prisons during the pandemics. I'll have things ben for you. That's a good question I've actually been asking myself that question since the pandemic began so as a writer. You know that's a poem to China. Capture is all these different little pieces and maybe try to bring it together If you'd like to hear it would love to. You don't mind sharing okay. I call this Imprison during Tova Nineteen Myself. Isolating family. No longer visits me. We must keep everyone arms flat in the curve of yearning for connection with strap on masks before exiting fill many of US shelter in place. Instead we switch away from those who call for sneeze the consequences of getting sick as a constant topic of conversation. Everybody knows the terms. Medical inattention only had it or sentences and prison. It's like a love marriage. We disguised a few cleaning chemicals. Get feeling mellow yellow steady green bottles with blue window cleaner pink four so clear incitement. They become contraband. If inside ourselves camouflaged amid our sodas we try not to accidentally drink again. We stockpile wronging coffee batteries. Soap and fantasy money from our families drives up last. Perhaps two months meal takes longer and longer to reach is week. Sometimes if press most of us would admit the feeling increasingly lonely abandoned forgotten nevertheless we check the news all day praying to recognize the names of people victimized while buying toilet paper and then the pandemic began and change some things. I approve. The prison prohibited all visitors. Now my family couldn't visit even if they try next to prison. Clothes ARE BARSHOP. So many of us would like mangy savages. Then the prison issued uniform math. The All of US flimsy black fabric on which we can relax veneers of indifference. We had kittens flexed on our faces to reward for not writing. The prison started playing movies from Netflix. Every day then posted a memo to warn us any non compliance with corona virus restrictions. We'll be punished. That is to get too close to anyone now. It's pay ten dollar five. Plus weeks and the whole the prison is enforcing not just encouraging the social isolation to gauge the mandate spacing. We may stand apart extending our arms toward each other. Fingers may not touch that succeed. The right distance is long Gravy de. That was beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing I really resonated a bad thing just like you know the isolation and the sphere and that constant want to check the news I think is really overwhelming you also I really love the line about. They're trying to reward you not writing and playing net flicks to keep you distracted so glad. You're still finding time to write like that. Think it's important that your documented for sure. 'cause you know one thing. I've seen out there. It's like all this emphasis on the Consequences of all the social isolation. And I've heard a lot of specialists women news on NPR describing just the detrimental effects of just `isolation. And I was like. That's what prisoners go to all the time Even before this pandemic so I wanted to like you know. Create this sympathy between two reader outside of prison than like personnel out of prison and just show like all these things that people can resonate with actually just the everyday way of life in prison and the pandemic just made

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George T. Wilkerson on Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row

PEN America Works of Justice

04:49 min | 2 months ago

George T. Wilkerson on Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row

"Hi torch. Thanks for joining us today. I wanted to start by just asking you how you are I know the conditions are really fraud in a lot of prisons during the pandemics. I'll have things ben for you. That's a good question I've actually been asking myself that question since the pandemic began so as a writer. You know that's a poem to China. Capture is all these different little pieces and maybe try to bring it together If you'd like to hear it would love to. You don't mind sharing okay. I call this Imprison during Tova Nineteen Myself. Isolating family. No longer visits me. We must keep everyone arms flat in the curve of yearning for connection with strap on masks before exiting fill many of US shelter in place. Instead we switch away from those who call for sneeze the consequences of getting sick as a constant topic of conversation. Everybody knows the terms. Medical inattention only had it or sentences and prison. It's like a love marriage. We disguised a few cleaning chemicals. Get feeling mellow yellow steady green bottles with blue window cleaner pink four so clear incitement. They become contraband. If inside ourselves camouflaged amid our sodas we try not to accidentally drink again. We stockpile wronging coffee batteries. Soap and fantasy money from our families drives up last. Perhaps two months meal takes longer and longer to reach is week. Sometimes if press most of us would admit the feeling increasingly lonely abandoned forgotten nevertheless we check the news all day praying to recognize the names of people victimized while buying toilet paper and then the pandemic began and change some things. I approve. The prison prohibited all visitors. Now my family couldn't visit even if they try next to prison. Clothes ARE BARSHOP. So many of us would like mangy savages. Then the prison issued uniform math. The All of US flimsy black fabric on which we can relax veneers of indifference. We had kittens flexed on our faces to reward for not writing. The prison started playing movies from Netflix. Every day then posted a memo to warn us any non compliance with corona virus restrictions. We'll be punished. That is to get too close to anyone now. It's pay ten dollar five. Plus weeks and the whole the prison is enforcing not just encouraging the social isolation to gauge the mandate spacing. We may stand apart extending our arms toward each other. Fingers may not touch that succeed. The right distance is long Gravy de. That was beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing I really resonated a bad thing just like you know the isolation and the sphere and that constant want to check the news I think is really overwhelming you also I really love the line about. They're trying to reward you not writing and playing net flicks to keep you distracted so glad. You're still finding time to write like that. Think it's important that your documented for sure. 'cause you know one thing. I've seen out there. It's like all this emphasis on the Consequences of all the social isolation. And I've heard a lot of specialists women news on NPR describing just the detrimental effects of just `isolation. And I was like. That's what prisoners go to all the time Even before this pandemic so I wanted to like you know. Create this sympathy between two reader outside of prison than like personnel out of prison and just show like all these things that people can resonate with actually just the everyday way of life in prison and the pandemic just made

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"wilkerson" Discussed on The Grove Podcast

The Grove Podcast

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on The Grove Podcast

"GONNA sing to the Lord when I feel overwhelmed. I'm GonNa cry upon the name that is above every other name when I feel confused I'm gonNA reach to heaven with my hands. I'M GONNA lift my heart up. I'M GONNA lift my voice up. Your worship is powerful. Don't push aside. Don't just get through it. It's not a warm up to the word. Miracles take place in this room during worship bondage is our broken. God breaks chains in worship. Ogm On do you believe it give. God is selling the South. You were created to worship. It's not about being loud. It's about living it. Knowing that the power of the Lord is within you. He's your strength. He is your song. David prayed I lifted my eyes to the hills. God where does my help come from said Lord you pick me up out of the Mary out of the Clay God? You set my feet on a firm foundation though I walk through the Valley of the shadow of death Lord. I don't have to fear any evil because you are with me. You're on your staff. They come for me. What is he doing? He is relying upon the Lord Almighty God as his Song Should we? We should resign the same words that David said. We should repeat the same words that Moses in the Hebrew people said. God You are my song. It's who you are. It's a declaration of who you are. We can look to civil rights movement. Martin Luther King Junior you know what was the center of the movement. It was the song of the Lord. It was the song of the Lord that was on their lips as police. Dogs were released on children and Chiffon dresses as police horses went into small southern churches to drag pastors out into the streets and beat them. It was the song of the Lord that was on their lips.

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What's new in the China virus outbreak

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00:49 sec | 6 months ago

What's new in the China virus outbreak

"The we know first the new person virus in the US reported with the new in China and potentially has killed deadly dozens virus of people is a Washington what state about resident the U. S. originally from the China first person and in just the US back with from a the trip new and there potentially he's in deadly good condition virus is not a Washington considered a threat state to resident the public say health originally officials from China but they are and monitoring just back from sixteen a trip there people who he's came in into good close condition contact not with him considered Sarah a threat Wilkerson to the public of say the Providence health officials regional Medical but Center they are in monitoring Everett Washington sixteen says people having who came that into close the very contact first patient with them in our Sarah hospital Wilkerson it of the is Providence regional a little Medical you Center know scary in Everett it's Washington something new says early having symptoms the the can very seem like first a cold patient in or our the flu hospital it a cough is a fever little trouble you breathing know scary but it it's can develop something into new pneumonia early symptoms I'm can Rita seem fall like a cold les or the flu a cough fever trouble breathing but it can develop into pneumonia the CDC says on average flu kills about twenty four thousand Americans every year I'm Rita fall les

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Chicago woman becomes 2nd US case of new virus from China

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago woman becomes 2nd US case of new virus from China

"The first person in the US with the new and potentially deadly virus is a Washington state resident originally from China and just back from a trip there he's in good condition not considered a threat to the public say health officials but they are monitoring sixteen people who came into close contact with him Sarah Wilkerson of the Providence regional Medical Center in Everett Washington says having that the very first patient in our hospital it is a little you know scary it's something new early symptoms can seem like a cold or the flu a cough fever trouble breathing but it can develop into pneumonia I'm Rita fall les

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Why won't NFL teams hire minority coaches?

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

11:19 min | 7 months ago

Why won't NFL teams hire minority coaches?

"Three head. Coaching spots have been filled this week. But none of those. Three coaches were minorities while the Rooney rule has been followed. Some are beginning to believe that minority forty candidates are not being taken seriously for the open jobs and anonymous African American. NFL Assistant Coach said that the League has quote finally shown. It's not the place as for black men to advance. It's ridiculous it's disgusting. We can sell tickets and make plays but we can't lead Shannon. Why isn't the Rooney rule role working? Well I think until skip this diversity thing yeah. Diversity is a great great to talk about but until you get someone the leadership position that says you know what. I don't just want to talk about it. I want to be about it so until you get older ships that actually wants to put some substance to this and this is what that you're GonNa get now if the general manager there's one general manager that's what minority and that's CR- Chris greer in Miami. There's zero owners that are it shouldn't say minorities. I guess because shot con radically a minority. But when you get the gist of what I what. I'm trying to say until leadership gets more diverse. You're I'm not gonNA have a more diverse hiring background skills. This was puzzling to be. Is that Eric. Enemy has the exact Zac job that Matt Nagy had negative and call plays any recall. Please man they can get the job. Doug Peterson sedinko plays true. Recall to play around Rivera's on but Ron Rivera was not the defensive coordinator in Philly. He he became a D. coordinator what's he got to the D. Coordinator in Chicago. You are you in San Diego. Yeah but he got his getting these enter coaching tree. Eric B enemy has the exact same job. That Matt Nagy Doug Peterson has and he's not getting opportunity is spirit but this. I don't really think that they go into it. Unless you incentivize this. Okay if you how minorities kill we maybe you have an extra three to five five dollars and cap space. That's the only thing that resonates with these owners because I get it skipped if I spent three billion. Let's just say I spent three billion dollars for a restaurant run. You Go tell me what the hell I need to cook. Cook whatever I WanNa Cook it there. And that's how they look at it. Jerry Jones spent money for this. This this mind you oh tell me why should get killed but but this notion that Oh and they brought Muhiba Marvin Marvin Lewis. He brought him in to to do that. Situation wasted the same with the giants the giants they had irebi enemy. They what Joe Judge Chris Rashard Rashard. Excuse me Chris Restoring. Yeah so now. Now we're down to one. Vacant Cleveland Reunion. I'm talking about how good already know. Angle get no frills JAYCO network skill. He already interviewed there. So you would now now the take my name off the leader and solid rubber solid. Take my name off the list. Because he's GonNa get Mad Max two and a half years if you're lucky that seems to instead that's all Jimmy can stomach now if you look at it they keep these. You look at Mike Patton. You look at all the guys they've had and these guys have had I think. Hugh Jackson stayed the longest at two and a half years. But everybody's been two years the list huge only two and a half two and a half long but you get you get these other guys you get pretty kitchens and you look at patent and you look at a I forget. Just give all these one year jazz. WE ACHE AAC CLEVELAND. That in Cleveland of the North this skill ruining rules a joke. I get it. You know minorities Cadillac. An affirmative action thanksgiving. Yeah but in -firmative action. I guess it's federal dollars. You'RE NOT GONNA get the money if you don't do this. The NFL is a is a private entity. So what can you do. What Ki- what can you give? Nfl Do not the so. I have been tracking this for a long time because one of my best friends is John. Wooten who is now the retired leader of the Fritz Pollard. Alliance and he was the driving force behind instituting the Rooney rule as I hiring practice in the national shirow all league and John's point from the start was I just need interviews because if a young assistant coach gets interviewed a couple of times times it gets reported in his name gets out there and if another owner sees that name enough over maybe a couple of years hiring cycles else maybe an owner says chee that guy. He's getting a lot of interviews. Maybe I should bring in. Maybe I should be more open minded to him. But if you're GONNA curse because if I get a a lot of interviews and I'm not getting hired was wrong why here the me getting hired cave liability with that. But John's point in the end was I'd rather have interviews than not have interests. Okay okay so let's go back to the stat that I use last week. The Institute of Diversity and Ethics In sports twenty nine thousand nine racial and gender report card for the National Football Bali. The League got actually an a plus for hiring of color. Assistant coaches right a sit a plot. Oh that's progress right. It got a deep loss for hiring head coach of Color White eight-plus assistance d-plus head head coaches. There's a big disconnect there and it shows you. That owners are fine. Oh hire two or three black assistant fine with that but nope nope. I don't want to head coach to be black. Right gives quite to the restaurant you can cook. You'll be in the bank but Michelle not the bridge. I roll up now okay so when I texted back and forth last we can use this last week of John Wooten just beside himself now. He is devastated by this this development his point was that only one. GM Chris Grin Miami. Point out is use. John's word heartbreaking because it could start with the GM right a black GM of or of color could be more open minded to say to the owner. Hey listen this guy is really bring him in. Let me let me introduce him to you right. The conduit to the owner can be stronger. Iran have I don't know six or eight black. GM right right. We've had them around the league four or but all of a sudden there's a dearth to rape Barma with Barma within Cleveland. He'd Gone Rick Smith who I know very well be in Denver. He interviewed for The Washington. Ashington John Daniel Snyder said head coach could be a head coach. Basically general manager after the Washington like who are the head coaching after the draft. The General Mattis. Okay so sometimes there is group think or shink sheep among the owners because in the end they do want to win right. And if they're looking around the League league and that black head coaches really successful they say well I want one of those. I want to go that direction right well. There was one black head coach who started to have success late in the year ear and he happened to be allied with Chris. Clear in Miami and Brian Floors off the Patriots. Well they started out all time badge for about what seven seven games fifty. Nine seven opening renders and then they basically it felt like they turned the whole roster iside down which they needed to do and then all of a sudden the last nine games they go five and four they upset the eagles and then they went to foxborough and just basically ended the season. I thought for the new New England Patriots playoff teams right. Okay so all the sudden Brian floor floor with the help of Chris greer. They're having big success. It looks like it's headed in the right drug us us but it wasn't enough of a splash to create momentum through the hiring process and right because John Wooden again texted me back with so many names he said we have so many in the pipeline. Who already started with Eric? B Enemy and Chris Rock. I think Chris Shaw Bad Year on defense but when I watch him interviewed when I watch his body language. It's a stunt man he's he's got. CEO Written all over him. He looks like a commanding officer to me. There's not enough black head coaches skip. Because because you look you look at Mike McCarthy guest job he hires the guy that gave him his opportunity coordinator fifteen years ago so you see the circle. We'll skip once you become a head coach. What do you do you go to the combine? You go to say elbow you got your drake. He goes to the coaches meeting and Yada Yada Yada and to connect with the boom boom boom right right. So if I'm not in that Lou. How do I get into loops? Because a rid of staff they said eighty percent of the jobs are never posted so in other worth people get hired somebody a friend or family member is not what you know who you know There in live the roof. It does house so to finish John. Bruton's list of pipeline candidates being AMEE. Chris Rashard Robert Sala. He threw Jim Caldwell on his list. Is Jim Colwell was highly successful zestful. Jim called wheel lost his jaw. Going nine and seven in two years Matt Patricia has nine total win and he's still got a job now he goldwell still doesn't have another job he in four years. He went to the playoffs twice in the last year he went nine and seven and they said well you know we need to move in a different direction. uh-huh and the guy that's replaced has yet to win nine total games in two years. Do you still own a still on the clock. Okay Steve wilks got one shot in time. I'm one year in Arizona and he was gone. He's now the defensive coordinator in Cleveland which probably didn't help his cause this year that much but I don't hear his name no in Cleveland right right on the list. And then there's Terrel Austin who's young stripes potential star coach and John Wootton into his list with Marvin Lewis who he thinks deserves a second shy right. Okay so Jerry. Jones did observe in qualified for the Rooney rule by bringing in. I Marvin Lewis. I think Jerry was shrewd operating waiting there. Because he didn't pick a young like like Chris Rashard type interview him because of Jerry had interviewed a young potential upcoming head. Black coach right. There's more pressure on Jerry. What was wrong with right? What's the problem exactly? He went to Marvin Lewis because he thinks Marvin Lewis is kind of old news right right. He got his longtime time shot in Cincinnati. Listen I still think Marvin did a good job job seriously. Yes okay he went. Oh and seven in the playoffs but still it was Andy Dalton Alton you re you with covering the NFL and you remember what Cincinnati before. Marlene got there was John. Carter number one overall. You Got David Cleland with the fourth. The fourth picket. You got big day to day and Wilkerson purse around the second pick in the draft year after year after a year people. Forget what I know. Marvin didn't win a playoff game. But they weren't even getting close to the playoffs for Marvin got there. No so I was disappointed in Jerry because you know my heart Hartz. I'd love to see Jerry Jones higher black head coach and I think I probably won't live long enough or Jerry will live long enough to know.

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How a 1988 Dodge Challenger Reunited These High School Sweethearts

Talking Mopars

05:25 min | 8 months ago

How a 1988 Dodge Challenger Reunited These High School Sweethearts

"This next story from Jan Wilkerson. Hello Chris I thought I would share my story so when I was a young kid probably about ten or eleven. My Dad had a nineteen seventy eight dodge Aspen four-door four-door it had a three sixty police. Engine I thought for some reason it was the coolest thing in the world. I think that is what started me on the car thing I was more in obeys as Balden cars at the time and I played many years and my life at that time looked like baseball was my future not anything to do with cars but that car did something a and cars were almost as important to me as baseball almost will anyway. This is about cars not baseball then. My Dad decided to sell that car. In by a Chrysler Laser. My heart was crushed that card in last long any traded it in on a bright red nineteen eighty eight dodge shadow. Es Turbo both five speed. That car was super cool. Well that same year is when I bought my car. I was currently driving somewhat a Mo- par but not really. It was in nineteen. Eighty the two Plymouth Champ on okay first car but the car bug was about to bite and fight hard. I was at work at our local Ford dealer. Bob Chapman Ford and and a Guy Dave lamb in the body shop drove in the car. That changed my life. I was a junior in high school and saw this awesome. Nineteen seventy-one Dodge Dodge Challenger. I instantly fell in love with the car. The funny thing is the thing that made me really think the car was awesome was the consul. Yeah the council. I know how crazy but I just had to have this car so I sold my champ two days later in convinced my dad that this car was better for me than the Plymouth. He hesitated take in hesitated but I think he thought the car was super cool too but would never admit that was September of nineteen eighty eight. When I bought my first muscle car the the first thing I did to the car was I added the side stripes and restored all the interior still has the same interior to this day except the carpet? So this was the start of an obsession and bathing this car for the next thirty years. There's been so many stories involving the Challenger cruising around with the love of my life. Jenny Gasson even though she never knew that at the time her and I were great friends and I had such a crush and she had no idea life. Got In the way and we didn't see each other again. Another story is. The car was in building that caught fire about seven or so years later. All the cars in the building including the building were completely destroyed. But somehow some way the challenger didn't even get a scratch on it during the fire. The firefighters saw the car while the place was on fire. They pushed the car car out. There was another crazy thing that happened. I found a nineteen sixty seven Mustang that I thought was super cool and the guy that owned it loved my challenger so we decided added to do a trade. I know why right so the deal was done. I was to meet him the next day so I had everything ready and was about to leave. I called him His son answered and said he had bad news. His father had passed away that morning. I was shocked so like I said so. Many crazy stories another time. How am I lost control in the car and went off? The road came within two inches from hitting a poll. Once again not a single scratch. I did have so many fun times in this car. Also also there are so many more stories that will make your head spin but probably the story that touches me. The most is that after twenty five years of not seeing or even talking to Jenny any the love of my life. She messaged me on facebook because she saw a picture of the Challenger and ask. Is that the car we cruised around when we were kids. I was shocked that she not only contact me but remembered the car. That was why I can say the car brought me to the love of my life again. We are currently engaged gauge and have been together for the past five years. So if you want to hear more I've owned this car almost thirty two years and I have several other MO- parts including shelby dodge. CSX CSX prototype owned by Carroll Shelby himself so please contact me. Thank you Jan Wilkerson. PS sorry it was so long may run on on but thought you may like some of my stories January absolutely right. I love your stories. I think they're awesome It's good to see that not only. Do you have some muscle muscle car in there. But you also have some of the Turbo Mo par stuff that I really enjoy as well I'm a really big fan of Turbo Mo- pars and hand any of the eighties. Mo- pars I think are pretty cool. And they deserve respect in their own right Alongside the muscle cars. So I aw said it before. I don't discriminate when it comes to Mow Pars I love them all so your story was really awesome Jan.. I really enjoyed reading it. It is amazing that you know some people they have the cars that get away and they end up. Reuniting with those cars several years later in your case you had a human that you you know lost contact with and ended up. Reuniting with several years down the road you know twenty five years is a long time you know after twenty five years of not seeing each other. The car brought you back together. That is a great story. I love hearing stories like that. How Fun

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Walmart, Josh Wilkerson And Virginia discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Walmart, Josh Wilkerson And Virginia discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing

"Did you know the insulin over the counter Walmart sells insulin some inexpensive insulin over the counter wage I mean I command you know the shopping center for trying to help with these rising drug prices unfortunately Josh Wilkerson for Virginia I believe it was only twenty find out his age was in his twenties unfortunately he died after choosing over the counter insulin verses regular insulin it was apparently found a diabetic coma and it was in the sleeping quarters where he worked as blood sugar levels were seventeen times higher then what's normal and he fell into a diabetic coma all you know what he was only seventeen years old I apologize no twenty seven I'm sorry twenty seven and so what happened is he was twenty seven years old so he could be on the obamacare twenty six year old allowance to be on his

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"wilkerson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The announcer John Wilkerson and watch tourism my toenails are way overdue for good slip and how do we get to this point can do something for me yeah I know you're always I don't understand we try to do a serious show and then Todd comes in and I don't know he didn't get the memo we're trying to talk with some serious things folks we don't like to joke around Todd if you don't mind share look at a folks we're going to talk to the I can't believe this in the studio in a few moments we're going to have the great Ravi Zacharias is going to be here people have said to me album for years I said that how come you don't interview Raffi's acari is why are you interviewing him Socrates the city what are you I don't know yeah he's tough to pin down the guy travels the world he's he's never is never around so finally he's going to be in the studio I'm I'm excited he's he's like a real hero of mine he's a great apologist for the Christian faith just a tremendous and so a few minutes we have Ravi Zacharias Zachary Zachariah sunrise now also we know this weekend is the big moon landing anniversary yes here is you have a fifty fifty big ones if two years yep since since we were on the moon yeah well not you when I did this a couple of god I see we I'm using the editorial humanistic way human we as a species actually we were last on the moon in the in the first days actually the last days of nineteen seventy two but the first time we're on the moon was of course July twentieth nineteen sixty nine was already that this weekend it's a big deal it is it should be a big deal if if no I don't know that we're here to value it's a big deal so we're gonna have some moon shows tomorrow and Friday we got some special lunar landing shows yes we do and I believe we're gonna some moon rocks to show the PLO and we able to get that well I'm gonna have to go out in the backyard there in the gravel you know we're not going to the moon rocks so I'm going to try to call them thing this is a radio shall I know that anything and I want to see cool stuff is a radio show okay so we have rabbits act rice in a couple of minutes we have moon landing shows of the rest of the week and actually I I've learned so much from the people that we're gonna interview tomorrow and Friday about the moon and about space travel that I did not know right like kind of shocking stuff the kind that is she winds it's not just choose it's the kind of cheese that the moon is made out right yeah people don't know that the moon is made of green cheese but who knows what kind of green she lives right we're gonna find out tomorrow I know and so I it's all just pure science smokes I also want to say that we we're sponsored.

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Randall Bridget, Yankees And Stevie Wilkerson discussed on Purity Products

Purity Products

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Randall Bridget, Yankees And Stevie Wilkerson discussed on Purity Products

"Well that's all right for time Wally Hines baseball this afternoon Toronto center fielder Randall Bridget made a diving catch the bases loaded and hit a two run single is the blue jays held off the Yankees to the one Stevie Wilkerson hit a two run Homer in the seventh the Orioles beat the rays two to one of the opener of a split double header after that game the red Sox announcing a trade with the Orioles obtaining right handed pitcher Andrew Cashner will setting a pair of seventeen year old prospects to the owes Jon Lester homered tied on career high with three RBIs and pitched effectively in the seventh inning to lead the Chicago Cubs past the Pittsburgh Pirates tender for all star catcher Wilson contraris three run Homer in Lester's two run single off the left field wall where the big hits of the cubs seventh raw seven run first inning

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Apple's accessibility; and Gimlet's not changing anything

podnews

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Apple's accessibility; and Gimlet's not changing anything

"John Wilkerson suspect. He knows what's behind apple podcasts. Recent attempts to clean up meta data the ADA the Americans with Disabilities Act. He points out that apple received a class action last year because it's website was quote inaccessible to visually impaired users others points out that episode number tagging would enable for example, Siri listen to episode one hundred and twenty five of the daily which is currently hard to achieve while we linked to our FAQ from our show notes. And from our newsletter would still recommend doing the tags. Even apple isn't threatening. You these days everything is continuing as it was says Matt Lieber of Gimblett still trying to come nerves that the Spotify acquisition of the company will stop us all listening to reply all he was speaking of the hot pod summit of the festival in New York. We had lots more about the hot pod summit have dinner last night. But a cone of silence prevents us from telling you more. Meanwhile. Well, these Spotify anchor Gimblett deal is validation for the industry says Rene Wang who c- of Cass box. Mash Ables, Marcus gilmer is quote giving up podcasts. He says I could listen to podcasts on double speed for every waking minute of my week and still not come close to chipping away at the stack of all of the episodes piling up in my queue Pullman, the Rhody consta- pros multi track recording firmware came last Friday, but some disappointed that the system only allows you to record this fire USB not on the ST cart. Pod. Pratt says it is a quote dead. Sparrow, which is quite literal. Translation, from the Dutch and podcast brunch. Clubs playlist. This month is language in feature podcasts today, we look at obsession which delves deep into the history culture science and often deadly consequences of unrequited love. It's from focus features the times and art nineteen.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Pain. And I've, I've found a tremendous sense of positive community and positive things have come into my life as a result of having gone through this pain, which is a weird. It's weird, but it I'm grateful for it. It's amazing. Yeah, my whole life, my whole life. Everything that I have is because of recovery and like taking care of myself and and everything like has come as a result of that. But, oh, it's hard. It's hard. It's hard, especially at the beginning, but then it's it. It just becomes life. I guess. Share a moment before we wrap up where you felt like you had changed and you felt. I don't know proud of yourself or where you could see distance between who you were now and who you had been when you were at your most lost. And in the most pain, when somebody reaches out for me to me for help, I find that incredibly. Moving. That I could help somebody else like that. Somebody would turn to me hot mess. May. Oh, west village. Wilkerson. Read into that, whatever you want. I drank a lot. Could could could help someone else get sober or just. I don't know, feel better about themselves or or whatever, and it's it's, it's very strange, but it makes me realize that I have come a long way. I have yet to meet a person in a support group who is knew that that is on their radar that they now can have a sense of meaning and purpose in their life using their past pains, whichever even present pain to help others and that that the byproduct of that will be a sense of meaning purpose in peace and their life. And that to me, speaks of the heart of addiction and the addict brain that it it just it has no sense of others and community and being one of many as a good thing. It sees those as threatening as threatening. Yeah, it's so true God, and they're still a part of me that wants to isolate myself from people. Do I get that, isn't it? Kind of like a drug it is because it's predictable aren't many surprises. There's no surprises when I'm by myself for the entire weekend, playing golden tea or guitar or whatever. But I also miss out on those moments that you. I won't remember the weekend. I played guitar for eight hours a day when I'm on my deathbed, but I will remember the time I was at launch with my three friends and we laughed so hard at such and such or I did something else, but in that moment is just I want to be alone predictable. It's so yeah, it is. It really is like that crawling back into place where I have control over everything. And I feel like I can just like, relax. Do you?.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Taxes show. That's the Montes. I'm Erica taxes. And I'm sitting here with my guest lower. The monkeys. Julie Wilkerson close. Julia Wilkerson, of course, is the tortured a little sister of Todd Wilkerson, my announcer, and I just wanna policy on behalf of brothers everywhere for what Todd did to you. You've obviously turned out fine, but having Todd Wilkerson announcer as as a as a big, brother. That's that's scares me. Well, we want apologize my family, and I for how he treats you in the announced, it's unconscionable. But as a Christian, I'm obliged to forgive him. I hate it. But I'm obliged by the scripture to forgive Todd. But so you're anybody when whenever I think of like. The being the little sister of Todd Wilkerson. I think how did you survive? I mean because we're talking about some really serious stuff. But it's so funny Todd is so funny, and so brilliant, and can just just I remember when you were about sixteen, you know, just the way he should've tortured his little sister. And you've turned out, obviously, really really wonderful. I don't know if it's because of that or despite decide. Okay. Well, so you you've written a book about your family? You have a famous family. Let's let's be honest. I mean, when I think of your uncle Dave walkers, and you know, not everybody knows him. But those who know him no, he was a spiritual giant people familiar with the Crossman, switch play people familiar with the movie starring Pat Boone, Eric Estrada, which is itself hilarious. Was your father portrayed in the movie now? Thank god. But it's you come from. Now, it's like a famous family and to think that all these years have passed Yuli that we're now coming up on sixty years of teen challenge. Yes. So that's obviously what prompted you to tell the story in this book because a lot of people just aren't familiar with this thing that started miraculously is now a hundred and twenty-five countries. I mean, it's really mind blowing and how God has blessed. This it is. And you know, my subtitle is a teen challenge legacy story. And I and that's the part. I wanted to tell is that my book is really about these two brothers. But it's also shares some of the stories of the people that were called to teen challenge. And they they were it's kind of interesting because there were young men and women right out of bible college or and they wanted to work in New York, and they were from the small towns of America and had never been to a big city. Like New York is kind of like, your your your dad and your uncle, right? They they come. From hicksville in the middle of nowhere. And they come to the worst nastiest drug infested crime infested city, New York City. I mean, his comedy it is I mean, and you know, these the they were they were these country rural people, and and but they had this huge burden to help those lost in addiction. And and let me let me say this. The one thing about your uncle and your dad and anything having to do Times Square church with Wilkerson family gigantic faith. Yes. Gigantic faith. Not just like all their Christians. No gigantic amazing miracle expecting. Yes eighth. And that to me is the stories that you you have these like, a hick country preacher and his little brother. They come to the to the nasty big city. You know, thirty years before Giuliani is mayor is just nasty. It is. And they bring radical faith in Jesus Christ and the stuff that happens. You can't make it up. And so that's. Part of the story. You obviously tell in this book. Yes, it is. Yeah. It is. You know, my uncle and my dad if you could've seen him back in those days, they were these very skinny white dudes. And you know, your your ankle Dave was like fourteen pounds. When you look at the pictures that he was truly skinny and it is unique. And as as a daughter, you know, and as a niece, it's it I can appreciate the fact that what they did in their their courage, and they were really led by one thing, and that was prayer. And I think I really appreciate that part of my family and the legacy of teen challenge and not only those two brothers. But so many other people will just lead by by prayer..

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Burt Reynolds, star of "Boogie Nights" and "Smokey and the Bandit," dies at 82

24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Burt Reynolds, star of "Boogie Nights" and "Smokey and the Bandit," dies at 82

"Two. One of Hollywood's. Biggest stars Burt Reynolds is dead. Correspondent Bill deal. Looking back on his long career Burt Reynolds began his acting career and TV westerns in the nineteen sixties. But it was his breakout performance in the big screen film, deliverance in nineteen seventy two that made him a star gave in nineteen seventy seven Reynolds had a hit with smokey and the bandit Reynolds returned a TV in the late eighties. And in nineteen Ninety-two. He won an EMMY for the comedy evening shade. Then he made a comeback on the big screen scoring an Oscar nomination for nineteen ninety seven's. Boogie nights. Reaction to the nomination. Y'all stratovarius plays better than no one's Burt Reynolds recently cast by Quentin Tarantino to play a real live rancher named George spun and the director's upcoming film once upon a time Hollywood, sadly he died before he could shoot his part. Burt Reynolds was

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E-Cig Maker Says Flavor Ban Will Harm Smokers Aiming to Quit

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:47 min | 2 years ago

E-Cig Maker Says Flavor Ban Will Harm Smokers Aiming to Quit

"Is tomorrow from nine AM to two PM at the Wilkerson grinds activity center Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD there is a fight over tobacco e cig maker, Jewell warns a US ban on flavor tobacco could hurt adults who want to. Quit and fuel and elicit gray market the US FDA back in March opened a discussion on a roll of flavors within tobacco products and it. Is companies and people who were involved in a field for. Sort of background into that space Janine wolf with Bloomberg says jewel wants the, FDA to do more research before putting ban in place their argument. For that is that labor has, actually been shown, to sort of help current. Adult smokers switch from cigarettes to eat cigarette device station Stevens NewsRadio Ten eighty KRLD there's a recall of almond milk check your refrigerator for almond. Milk Lou diamond is voluntarily recalling half. Gallon cartons of refrigerated vanilla almond breeze almond milk the almond milk may contain real milk which is not listed, on the label it safe to drink unless you have a, milk allergy one person has reported an allergic reaction the recall involves more than one hundred and forty five. Thousand cartons ship to twenty, eight states they all have a used by date of September second the. Milk can be returned for a full refund or exchange when each CBS news everyone everyone in the town of Brooklyn Iowa's looking for Molly Tibbets she disappeared The I have. The strength to me but molly's lending me her strength every. Day every, night this. Molly Tibbets mother has already endured fifteen, days and nights without her daughter the small town of roughly fourteen hundred people has rallied. Around. Her search now the families adding another. Strategy to the search money rob Tibbets is molly's father this is another tool in our arsenal. Were providing this can provide some financial incentive for. Someone, who's otherwise reluctant to come forward Tibbets was dog sitting at her boyfriend's house the last, day she was seen that's Adriana de as reporting Demi Levato. Maybe unmanned So sorry TMZ says Demi Levato is expected to be discharged from. The hospital by the end of, the week she was taken to a Los, Angeles hospital July twenty four th after an apparent. Drug overdose her team is reportedly urging her to go. To rehab although the decision is ultimately hers sources told the site that those close to even those who work for have threatened to leave if she does not go. Get help Matt piper CBS news or is it a..

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"wilkerson" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Senator Dianne Wilkerson is entitled to the presumption. Of innocence, and she cannot be found guilty until, they're proved beyond reasonable Wilkerson has a history of campaign violations dating back more than a decade and was. On federal probation for her taxes Wilkerson has been released on fifty thousand dollars unsecured bond and now if convicted, she's looking, at up to. Forty years in. Prison and half a million dollars. In fines of course this is still a very. Ongoing investigation and the feds are still asking anyone with information to come forward So this is certainly not the. First time Dianne Wilkerson ran afoul of general laws and as we'll see like many of the politicians who we love. And talk about animal house she did not go gently. Into that good night, she was charged with this her the Senate president at the time really I'm sure privately. Asked her, to resign certainly there must have been, pressure I don't think Dianne Wilkerson was hearing that and things escalated Let's listen. To Terry Murray who is the Senate president at that time Talking about stripping Wilkerson of her committees this. Is just the first step in what ended up being a multi pronged Fair to try and get her out of her seat.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on WDRC

"This woman laura wilkerson wilkinson viz the owner of this restaurant a stephanie excuse may stephanie wilkinson she said she huddled with staff many who took issue with the white house on a number of issues and some of whom are gay and ask them if they thought sanders should go they did they voted i guess she said i was babbling a little but i got my point across in a polite indirect fashion i explained that the restaurant has certain standards that i feel it has to uphold such as honesty compassionate and cooperation and i said i'd like to ask you to leave well that was really a great display of compassion and understanding by telling a person who had just driven three and a half hours from washington to join our family that she needed to leave because of political differences she worked for someone that this individual did not like i think that was a missed opportunity on the part of this restaurant on her what she should have done this could have been as the democrats like to say a teachable moment and here's what she could have done she could have said this sanders i'd like to visit with you you talk to the president several times a day please convey to him how disappointed i am in some of his policies please convey to him how many of us out here really are offended by things that he says her tweets and i would appreciate your passing that on now we plan to serve you a delightful dinner we hope you enjoy it but now that i have you here in my restaurant i just wanted to say those things quietly and privately and i hope you'll take them to heart that could have been a very powerful opportunity for her to speak to somebody who speaks to the president four or five times a day in the oval office instead she now has demonstrated that she is intolerant that she wants no part of the business of people who do not agree with her politically flora i'm going to be very clear i want people who are on the left to do as much business with me and the various businesses that i have as humanly possible because i'm gonna take all the money that they will give me and their patronage i'm going to spend it on my church on conservative political candidates who are prolife i'm gonna give it to the right to life organisations that i support and i'm gonna be grateful that people on the left helps support things that i really love i've never turned my way i think that's crazy unless they asked me to do something that did violate my conscience like the make a you know a nazi t shirt for them are do something that is utter governor governor you're you're acting and i think you you're saying this because this is the way you feel on its way you know obviously i want everyone to do business with my my businesses as well but erc they they don't want debate you don't you don't understand these people are not interested in debate that's the old idea of liberalism they want no debate they want intimidation and demonization and that's that's been from the very beginning when trump shocked the world and won that election they went into overdrive fanaticism went evermore radical and their views now he's a nazi now he's a brown shirt holding people who violate our laws in custody is now equivalent of internment camps and now they're driving people out of public places which is a violation of of sarah's interfamily family civil rights by the way she has a civil rights action an an action against this particular restaurant so the idea that they want debate no they're not interested in debate they've lost the debate american people are are closer to trump on these issues and they are to this red hen stephanie wilkinson and it's just an embarrassment it's an embarrassment and maxine waters should be censured she should alternately be removed from office for what she said because someone's someone's going to get hurt and i think blood is on the hands of someone gets hurt right in the hands of people who encourages violence couldn't agree more and when you mentioned people like donny deutsch always have to be careful our me to but the fact is when when he says anyone who support trump is a nazi i want to know where the jewish organizations who audubon because he has shown an extraordinary level of disrespect insensitivity and minimalizing.

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Trump speaks on illegal immigration, crime

All Things Considered

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Trump speaks on illegal immigration, crime

"From npr news it's all things considered i'm mary louise kelley audie cornish this was the week that president trump back down on his policy of separating families accused of crossing the us border illegally and today he tried to shift the focus by returning to f ameliorate message on immigration gathered today to hear directly from the american victims of illegal immigration you know you hear the other side you'd never hear this you don't know what's going on president trump made those comments during an event at the white house meant to highlight victims of crimes committed by people in the country illegally npr sarah mccamman joins us now from the white house and sarah tell us a little more about what happened today and what the president's message was well he's going back to one of his regional campaign talking points here i think we all remember in his twenty fifteen announcement speech how he raised the specter of crime and drugs coming over the border describes some mexican immigrants as rapists that comment that remains really controversial and divisive today he was surrounded by family members holding pictures of their murdered loved ones and he claimed that the media has overlooked these families and said he wanted to bring them to the white house to tell their stories here's laura wilkerson from texas whose son josh was murdered in two thousand ten as and everyone's standing up here none of our kids had a minute to say goodbye we were lucky enough to be separated for five days or ten days were separated permanently in the time we want to see or be closed our kids we go to the cemetery and we heard that theme over and over from these families at the white house today and the president so this was pretty clearly a response to the debate over family separation at the border which of course was triggered by the trump administration zero tolerance policy for illegal border crossings and the president also read off some statistics listing off the numbers of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants what does the data say about crimes committed by people in the country illegally.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Wilkerson pitch count up to sixty two that you lifted in the air towards left braxton underneath it setting up for a throw navarro at third base bluffs attack but he will stay put as an accurate throw from rockstar it's open the cutoff man for out number two big out for wilkerson and a look into the dugout perhaps communicating with rick sweet that he wants a chance to get out of this jam that he worked himself into suite on the top step of the dugout and in return from injury wilkerson leash may be a bit shorter than otherwise it would be basis still loaded chesney young the right hand hitting third baseman staffs in young batting to seventy four on the year flew out to right towards the line his first time up first pitch from wilkerson a fastball mrs high bar one not in the air breath in court sets up outside the one oh hits the spot set up by beth in court breaking pitch on the outside quarter for a strike one and one deck is the pitcher's spot and hedges is currently there tobacco for himself if he gets the chance that may change though no one is warming in the cubs pen wadwan is small gone and hidden in the air left side of the infield back of short out is more and he makes the cats for outnumber three wilkerson does escape the bases loaded jam and we remain in a scoreless tie as we go to the bottom of the fourth in colorado springs.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Welcome to the taxes show rural octopus is off to pie in the plural of hippopotamus hippopotami by what's the plural of metaxas metaxas i say or maybe metaxas is his spring leak anyway i'm just glad there's only one of them and here he is eric tax metaxas texas yeah remember when town wilkerson was my friend barely remember i can very well happy monday to every monday happy monday monday seriously he's he's amazing but he's kind of drawn me into something now that he and some others are doing called save the persecuted christians and if you want to go to the website actually go you can go there now we're going to talk to him for the whole hour but the pr the website is save the persecuted christians dot org save the persecuted christians dot org and the goal is to get every church to display banner we'll be talking.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"This ted talk features journalist and author isabel wilkerson recorded live at ted women twenty seventeen don't miss heads new podcast work life with adam grant each week adam takes you inside fascinating work cultures to find ideas we can all use to make our work better this week we explore how humility on professional and college basketball teams propel a group to greater heights an interesting idea for any workplace subscribe to work life that's one word with no space worklife with adam grant on apple podcasts or wherever you listen imagine with me this scene it's a scene that played out in nearly all of our families it's a scene in which a young person somewhere in our family tree somewhere in our lineage had a heartbreaking decision to make it was a decision to leave all that they had known and all of the people that they loved and to set out for place far far away that they had never seen in hopes that life might be better migration is usually a young person's endeavor it's the kind of thing that you do when you're on the cusp of life and so there is in all of our families this young person somewhere in our background that person is standing at a doc about to board a ship that will cross the atlantic or the pacific ocean that person is loading up a truck that will cross the rio grande or that person is standing at a railroad platform about to board a train that will cross rivers and mountains out of the jim crow south to what they hope will be freedom in the north.

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Muhammad Wilkerson, Green Bay Packers reach agreement on deal

Izzy and Spain

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Muhammad Wilkerson, Green Bay Packers reach agreement on deal

"Yeah the bears are getting better they're doing all this work and they still got no chance of competing with the packers and the vikings now right i would think though and matthew stafford's not going anywhere in detroit forgot about the lions i'm fascinated by the packers because this is a brand new era for how long green bay never spend money in free agency with ted thompson now they would dabble every so often julius peppers as one veteran that they did sign a more high profile guy but now you're talking about jimmy graham robbed a mosque you covers the packers for us just reports them muhammad wilkerson is gonna sign with green in bay my opinion is they're feeling the pressure now because aaron rodgers is too great to walk away from this game with only one super bowl title so i think that plays into there is more pressure letting jordy nelson go probably because he doesn't run very well anymore but there's a new gm and a new philosophy in green bay and kirk cousins people debate that contract look the vikings are giving him a fully guaranteed deal because they think they can win the super bowl right now not next year the year after that signing kirk cousins is about winning a championship in two thousand eighteen so jeff who's under more pressure at this point the packers to maximize whatever the opportunity is for aaron rodgers or kirk cousins maximize whatever the opportunity is for the vicario jason i i would say it's vikings management rick spielman is actually under more pressure than kirk cousins because cousins has got his money he played the system per.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It is warmer in jail and the van and cbs sports network we were talking a lot about this when he met a tweet about muhammad wilkerson where he tweeted out that he's got issues with alcohol and really didn't put any facts behind that aid said has written some stopped its alluded to the fact that he's missed some meetings are showed up late because of these issues that alcohol but just seemed irresponsible dos we had many schmidt on to defend himself didn't really by everything he was saying as he tried to explain his part of it now interestingly enough boomer we have someone who is saying and allah's done some research here to make us believe very firmly that we do have indeed more wilkerson 's mother on the line so this is either in linden new jersey who was saying she's mo wilkerson we do a believer so kedo good morning a thanks for calling us how are you i'm fine and i am mom mom my name is legally changed it was janice wilkerson and um i am livid my niece has never ever liked them a hobby he may have met him in pimple but he's always written horrible things about my son muhammad does not pay any attention so therefore he always had something against them we have to be used for prove my knees that mohamed is an alcoholic like really you always say all these things i can't tell you borma how i'm just living i'm just live of with him mike why do you keep same things about my son he the jets released him he's moved on so let's just let it go let's just let it go no it's really tough and.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Ban this like this abedi's of your wilkerson okay most japan's felt like he did not deserve the money while they felt like he deserved the money than obviously between him and sheldon richards said inner late and tardy in all a misin meetings and not generating twenty sacks you've been there's no way that you could justify the money that was being paid so idle jet fans are not at any love loss for mohammad wilkerson bought the this to me basically calling him an alcoholic publicly without well here's the other part of this at where i think about the money that that could cost him right so now let's just say a general manager happens to stumble across his tweet like you did and now mohamed wilkerson every stop is going to go to is going to be ask questions about whether eyes and alcoholic or not awards ice a once the accountability factor here now amazon there had he not hold them accountable so like i was talking to my buddy a local you know in this day and age mini she's the one guy that i do know that has blurred the lines of you know journalistic integrity two i appeases i guess is editors over here at the daily news that he's you know cutting edge he's got all the answers he's got all the opinions and all that other stuff and people read is stuff i don't you know he again he's successful but the question is what is he what wigs zack leisure column near rice should be as talk show host is what it should be those opinions are thrown these things out there well i should be right i can't imagine he's gonna get fired or suspended already going to be no accountability right i i've you but something like that amine it's the ageold well we're talking about it they just three minutes later right i'll radio show yes i know ally while because i think he's he's basically accused a guy of being an alcoholic publicly mighty did that because he knew would get some attention he also did it because he brought doesn't like wilkerson and he wants to make it harder for and you want to make it stop the jets would need to revoke his credential you just called out one of our players in one of our explayers and called them alcoholic well.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You see mohammad wilkerson coming because a lot of people are saying all right it was a pro bowl season he was really good and he was coming off his backed best year they had to pay him but you know and you know guys and you played with him could you of seeing that he was going to get paid and that he was going to completely check out you never know how somebody's going to act once you give money right wheel money money makes you more which you are and i think for me personally the worst thing for muhammad wilkerson was to play where he was born because what happens is is tough to be a professional because you always have outside people polling at you in the fact that he's from elizabeth or in wherever he's from pre pretty close elizabeth you can't get away from his crew he can get away from his family he can't get away so he's tough sometimes to focus because now you deal so what happens with me if somebody's dill was something detroit they got to calm a mother umbrella a call me they can't just poppa layer ceos layers of protects muhammad dayton just pull up and i think he loss focus because the very family oriented person and he cares too much and sometimes you got to let your friends go by the wayside same thing that happened to aaron hernandez guy arrest is so we are come from tough urban environment but what happens is you can't remove yourself from those people if you never get a chance to put space in between eu christian center reach chris what's up ugh i uh i just want to say i really appreciate the fact that you guys gives the listeners a chance to explain their story you know uh you know their situation whatever this is also to yes thank you thank you uh so uh i you know point out to facts that that uh he he pointed out um one one things it seems like the last guy said twos those the team is you know they they have the right state of mind in the locker room which is harm they haven't had a couple of years you know i i i think there's no just outside distractions they're all on the same page which is actually very important team another thing it seems like he's gonna go to the conservative route as far as.

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"wilkerson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"wilkerson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Much access show as you can tell you this that eric hired someone who sounds just like him to the post today's show was in sunday announcer they told me so i am telling you don't be fooled the real hey there folks yeah by the way albon i gotta tell you first of all today's thursday to think thursday because i've been travelling so much getting oscar week today gdp and todd wilkerson who just said that they hired somebody who sounds just like me to do today show his great irony there because in fact that's not true but that was not todd we hired a guy who sounds but as just he just a handful he's is difficult to deal with and i thought of somebody just as their job that golden voice but who's not actually todd reid bang amani need to get him for tomorrow's show i'm tomorrow we're going to be doing fun facts friday afghan and we try to get todd for one of the salient i think todd will be on the program tomorrow the re the real todd and finally got only if a lot to answer for yeah yeah we always try to get uh somebody who's not the real todd in this case we couldn't so we had to settle for the real todd but tomorrow you get to hear todd on the program out of the announcer of constrictions he can he can be be what who he wants to be all right so a few things to talk about first of all wrapped in a few minutes we're gonna be talking to dr sebastian gorka he is saadi to listen to i mean he even if you don't agree with them and.

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