36 Burst results for "Williamson"
Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"I just wanted to find out your idea on like the kind of slowly growing personality of villain that trae young getting into here with the crowd the shoulder shrugs that he does. I mean when when When steph curry does it. He does it in mohammed ali. I'm so pretty kind of way. betray young. It's kind of it a little arrogance to really good when you poke the bear and janas he gets. He gets better when he's angry. Maybe but it's a good point the difference in steffes personality is like it's not so much like i'm trying to be obnoxious to you on just kind of feel myself. Trey wants to stick it to you. He really enjoys that. I think that makes them a better pressure player. To tell you the truth. Like he loves it. He loves playing the villain. But you're right like you know. I don't know if it's poking the bear in jaanus i don't think middleton is going to go for nine from three every game i think it'll be enough games. Where middleton hits shots at the bucks win the series but they just gave up court just like that because trey is a. Is the man under pressure. I think about the nba. Right now is c. p. Three atop fifteen player. Fifteen us an mvp candidate years even a top. Fifteen is kyrie. If you said yes to to see p. three or kyrie or klay thompson or zion williamson or russell westbrook or paul george or bradley beal or jimmy butler. Consider this for a second who you taken out of the top. Ten not lebron k. d. steph harden. ad embiid yokich. Luca dame is a top ten player or you wanna put damon and say is hurt too much or or a hurt too much embiid even to to fit damon jaanus by the way that i mentioned janas top five. Forget it tough. Five is brutal but top ten even. So let me tell you. Who's not my top ten right now. Damian lillard trae young devon booker donovan. Mitchell were jayson tatum. But they are in my top fifteen. Which means i don't have kyrie irving or chris paul in my top fifteen like i don't believe that i even i think it's wrong. I'm saying it out loud on the radio and go max you idiot. Of course they're top fifteen. I'm there goes like an all snub. I'm they're going to myself like i. Who am i supposed to take off. And i think jason tatum take them off. These two young kyrie. Chris paul proven it and then i think actually about what jason tatum can do. And i go jason. Tatum can give you fifty so can kyri but kyrie also comes like sometimes with some baggage and sometimes he's not available sometime. It's a medical reason. Sometimes it's another reason. Klay thompson has played in a minute. I mean it is brutal.
"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"It took me fourteen years of being an adult to realize that on That's that's something that's really pernicious. Hope that people sink into that was so good self-deception right evolutionary. It's really adoptive the best way to lie and convince so the people of what you believe is to actually believe the truth yourself even if it isn't true but yet on the I would love to know just how many people are doing things for the reasons that they say that doing them even for the reasons that they think that doing them totally right. The we don't know what drives people to be hype. Specialized ought to be hyper successful. I often use this example about tiger woods that his dad basically abused him as a kid. He was racially abused. Even safe would like you do during rough sex called the e would which was enough and he never said it and then you roll the clock forward. Look of course. Because that's the one word that he was scared would would snap the final string to his father. So is the double layered manipulations setup prior. So it's like here's the safer but you better not ever say enough yet. And he never ever did and then roll the clock forward and look at tiger woods. You know the most public marriage failure ever falling asleep at the side of the road and getting a dui for being under antipsychotic drugs. While these asleep he spent half a decade out of the game. Because he's pushing his body so far he cannot believe is worthy of love outside of golf because of what happened to him. In his childhood he is finding he is creating a surrogate parent the size and shape of a golf club and trophies. And that's how he spent his life but we are a society that celebrate success by any means so much that almost willing to forgive his failures. Think about conor mcgregor. You know all of those rumors about conor mcgregor was maybe punched an old man in a pub and maybe cheat on his misses. And maybe did this. Maybe did that but was so seduced by his success. In charisma the people get passes without sort of stuff. I've conor mcgregor was half as successful. The scandal would have been twice as big. Because we wouldn't have been dazzled by the shininess alongside it so it's not only the person themselves the individual that needs to be concerned about what their motivations are going. Also watch reflected back to them by the people around you. that also doesn't assist them in finding some sort of truth right if you drill down and the the group level who is an individual who is kind of in the crucible of being the sacrificial lamb as it were being fattened up with attention and money in whatever and they eventually kind of wobble out of control because that's just what happens whenever a person gets pushed to that level of intensity In completely unprepared for it you know then people give them the pass n- not necessarily because they even because the person is so successful but because the comet of that person success is on a societal level. The people observing it are deriving great pleasure by being able to judge and criticize the public individual. Because you know of course as you pointed to at the beginning of this podcast..
"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Hey my friends what's going on. Welcome to the astros. Though i am koya on you are you. I'm so glad to be here speaking with you in this moment of time of doing well fuelling today and all is going well in your life. I've got a great show for you today. My friend chris williamson is on the show. I wanted to have chris on the show for a long time. We finally got around to making it happen. It was worth away. Chris has a podcast called modern wisdom and he is really just crushing. The english podcasting scene. i've been on his show a few times over the last couple of years and so it was great to have him on. This show is such a smart clear. Minded and funding articulate. Fellow.
Pelicans' Zion Williamson out Indefinitely With Fractured Finger
"Pelican Star Forward Zion Williamson will be out indefinitely with a fractured left finger and injury team. Exactly David Griffin says could have been avoided if the league did a better job officiating their star. No timetable for Zion's return the pelicans at the playoff picture. Zion sustained the injury during Tuesday's win over the
Embiid Strengthens MVP Bid, 76ers Hold Off Pelicans 109–107
"The Sixers won their season high seven straight game and increase their Eastern Conference lead to three games over Brooklyn and Milwaukee by downing the pelicans one oh nine one oh seven Jo Ellen beat at thirty seven points and thirteen rebounds amid chants of M. V. P. N. B. made two free throws with one thirty nine left to bring the Sixers within one then grabbed the defensive rebound on the other end to set up to buyers Harris's three with one ten remaining Harris scored seventeen points as the Sixers improved to forty six and twenty one the pelicans were without Zion Williamson who broke a finger in Tuesday's game against the warriors I'm Dave Ferrie
Zion Williamson to Be Sidelined Indefinitely With Fractured Finger
"Pelicans will be without Zion Williamson indefinitely. He has a fractured left ring finger. He sustained the injury and Thursday's loss to the Warriors without Williamson. Other kids go out on Friday play the top team in the east. That would be the Sixers in New Orleans came all the way back from a 17 point deficit. Took 1/4 quarter lead. Couldn't finish it. Sixers Hang on for the win 10921 of seven. Six years have now won seven straight. The
Alex Taub on Digital Horse Racing
"Our guys bang bang. I've got alex here with me. What's up man is going on. We're doing it in miami is. we're all right. What the hell is z. Said zette dot. Ron has taken over. The world is digital horse racing. Yes so i got into it about a month and a half ago all right. That scares everyone immediately when it's only six weeks but that's shown contacts. Yeah i've got. I got into about a month and a half almost two months ago Some like backstory. I've a friend drew drostan. His great guy runs a thing called red beard ventures and He tried to get me into. Mba top shot in like early will try to get into mba top shot like october november december time over the past year and that was only twenty of the and that was really early. That would've been a good time to get the shot. And then he was in miami actually at the end of the year beginning of beginning of january and december. And we're sitting down at some hotel and he's like showing me he's like. I just spent like fifteen hundred bucks. I bought his zion williamson cosmic hollow. Like one out of fifty. I might do. What are you doing like. Why are you spending just flushed. Fifteen hundred bucks toilet. And he's acknowledged. John moran i bought. This is vince. Carlos show all these like cosmic hollows whatever. I was like what's going on. He's like just by pack. Experience it to me about a week to buy a pack and when i did all this is really cool like the opening of it and Anyway flash forward about a month later. His portfolio is worth about over two million dollars on a graph thousand dollar investment.
Irving leads short-handed Nets past Pelicans, 134-129
"Calgary Irving scored thirty two points for the nets pulled within a half game of the seventy Sixers for the Eastern Conference lead by downing the pelicans one thirty four one twenty nine Irving delivered a tough turnaround jumper a driving lay up through converging defenders and four free throws in the final minute we need everything tonight from everyone you know we obviously startup the game oh seven seventeen left on the clock was twenty one eight so we had about our way back Joe Harris also hit a pair of free throws to cap is twenty four point night for the nets who won despite being without Kevin Durant and James harden signed Williamson scored thirty three points and Brandon Ingram had twenty seven for the pelicans or four games out of a playoff berth I'm Dave Ferrie
Knicks Rally Late, Top Pelicans in OT for 6th Win in Row
"The next picked up their sixth straight win is Julius Randle had thirty three points and ten assists and one twenty two one twelve overtime decision over the pelicans Forsman you tell me your wins took care of home court no one on the road to corrosion I'll come back home and take care of home court against Derrick rose added twenty three points and came up with big plays down the stretch rose had the assist on Reggie bullock's three pointer with two point three seconds left in regulation blocked the pelicans last shot in regulation and then opened overtime with a steal and a lay up to give New York the lead for good it's the next longest winning streak since an eight game run in twenty thirteen fourteen signed Williamson had thirty four points and nine rebounds in his first career game at Madison Square Garden I'm Dave Ferrie
Williamson scores 37 points, Pelicans beat 76ers 101-94
"The seventy Sixers are full game behind the nets for first place in the Eastern Conference following Philadelphia's one oh one ninety four lost at New Orleans Zion Williamson scored fourteen of his thirty seven points in the fourth quarter Williamson was fifteen of twenty eight from the field and added fifteen rebounds and eight assists he did it while shuttling between the power forward to point guard positions my stepfather trainee to your point guard so I was just like normal I mean it was just being having the opportunity to go ashore so I was Brandon Ingram added seventeen points but shot just five of twenty one in his first game back since missing five with a right foot injury Jo Ellan beat had scored fifty nine points in two games since returning from injury but he provided just fourteen on five of sixteen shooting in this one I'm Dave Ferrie
2 ex-Texas sheriff deputies indicted in Black man's death
"Two former deputies in Texas have been indicted on manslaughter charges after the death of a black man two years ago how do your Ambler a former postal worker who was black was being stopped by police for failure to dim his headlights he allegedly engage them in a chase for twenty two minutes and when police finally caught him he was shocked repeatedly with a stun gun despite his pleas he had heart disease and couldn't breathe the two former Williamson County deputies one black one white we're being filmed by a crew from the reality show live PD at the time both are now charged with second degree manslaughter and released on bond the former sheriff was also indicted for tampering with evidence in the case I am Jackie Quinn
Zion scores 28, Pelicans beat Boston 115-109
"Zion Williamson scored twenty eight points and the pelicans blue most of the seventeen point fourth quarter lead before completing a one fifteen one oh nine victory at Boston Williamson drove for one lap to finish the third quarter and two more to start the fourth part of a fourteen three run that gave New Orleans a double digit lead anything with a great team win our Jessica went off that dollars game do it on back to back games I think that's really big for us and it gives a lot of momentum into next game Brandon Ingram had twenty five points and nine assists while Josh Hart accounted for fifteen points and fifteen rebounds in New Orleans fourth win in five games it was the first Celtics home game to be played in front of fans since last March Jayson Tatum had thirty four points and nine rebounds for Boston I'm Dave Ferrie
Nashville floods leave 4 dead, 130 rescued
"In Nashville has claimed at least four lives. Torrential rainfall, overwhelming drainage systems. Mayor John Cooper of Nashville this afternoon said it may have stopped raining, but the floods are far from over The Cumberland River. Is it 38.75 ft. And is expected to reach flood stage, which is 40. FT. ABC s Alex Cora. Daddy is in Tennessee with a family that had to be rescued by first responders in rubber rafts when their home was surrounded by the flood. We're out here where they rescued five adults, three Children and a couple of dogs. Everyone has cleared the scene where the last out here, the homeowner says they don't know how long it'll be before they're able to be back. But at this point, this seems to be a good ending, thanks to the actions of first responders out here in Williamson County, Georgia.
Nikola Jokic has 37 points, Nuggets beat Pelicans 113-108
"The goalie okay it's delivered thirty seven points and nine assists as the nuggets held off the pelicans one thirteen one await Michael Porter junior scored twenty five points and Jamal Murray had twenty three with eleven to six for the nuggets Porter says it was a good performance by Denver's top three scorers Jamal I played really good facilitating the ball and I was the eleventh assist job growth diverge over always does in the master knocked down shots and and three months spots west of Denver trailed by as many as fourteen in the game at eleven in the fourth quarter before closing on a twenty four eight run Zion Williamson had thirty nine points on sixteen of nineteen shooting to go with ten rebounds and two blocks for the pelicans I'm Dave Ferrie
Ingram, Williamson pace Pelicans in 128-111 win over Lakers
"Brandon Ingram scored a season high thirty six points as the pelicans beat the Lakers won twenty eight to one eleven New Orleans blew it open with a forty three point third quarter as the lead grew to thirty Ingram had seventeen in the corner Dianne Williamson finished with twenty seven points LA struggled again without injured stars lebron James and Anthony Davis losing their third straight game montrezl Harrell had a team high eighteen points I am mark Myers
Ingram, Williamson score 30, Pelicans beat Nuggets 113-108
"Brandon Ingram in Zion Williamson each scored thirty points as the pelicans overcame another triple double by Nick Cawley okay each to beat the nuggets one thirteen one oh wait Josh Hart says he loves having Williamson and Ingram his teammates both get a bucket of water hello no or or get a free online so they do a really good job of playing off of each other you know that neither Adam now it's kinda dominated ball then again you know when the body movie kill Alexander Walker added twenty points as New Orleans one the finality of a road trip after dropping its first two games of Portland yeah okay check twenty nine points ten rebounds and ten assists for his fifty second career triple double eleven coming this season I'm very very
Nun-and-done: Loyola Chicago stuns top-seeded Illinois 71-58
"Loyola Chicago became the first team to knock out a number one in this tourney as Cameron Crowe we had nineteen points and twelve rebounds in the seventy one fifty eight victory over Illinois you want to be the best you gotta beat the best and you know they're they're really really good team and and we came out we we we just executed and played our game and and kind of controlled the game from the start and it we just we just took the game plan really Lucas Williamson chipped in fourteen points and helped the Ramblers build a fourteen point lead late in the first half Kofi Cochran had team highs of twenty one point two nine rebounds for the Illini but I would assume it was held to nine points and Trent Frazier added just to one one of ten shooting I'm Dave Ferrie
Europe braces for third wave of Covid as cases surge
"News. Millions of people in Europe are facing new lockdown restrictions amid fears of a third wave of the Corona virus. A sharp rise in cases has coincided with slow rollout of vaccines and the temporary suspension of the AstraZeneca jab. Around. A third of France's population, including residents of Paris are under a partial lockdown. Here's Lucy Williamson, Paris hospitals and now scrambling to find space for patients who need intensive care. Lockdown. Light has been imposed on the worst affected areas. Poland is also facing a surgeon cases, with the British variant expected to account soon for 80% of infections, shops, hotels and cultural and sporting venues will close as Europe prepares for more restrictions, criticisms amounting along with costs. Empty streets can help save patients, but delays in vaccines are expensive, and politicians could still pay
Williamson, Ingram power Pelicans past Clippers 135-115
"The pelicans let it start to finish in a one thirty five to one fifteen route over the clippers New Orleans shot a blistering sixty five percent from the field the highest mark in the NBA this season I believe that up to thirty three points in the fourth quarter Zion Williamson made thirteen of sixteen shots and scored twenty seven points I think the more the ball around very well tonight created a lot of open shots for everybody and well let's aficionados since Brandon Ingram added twenty three points Kawhi Leonard scored twenty three to lead the clippers who have now lost four of their last five games I am mark Myers
Zion Williamson, Lonzo Ball, Pelicans Hold off Donovan Mitchell, Jazz for Win
"We are back on. Get up and jay. Williams made his way to take a look at the game of the night last night. A good one between the jazz. And the pelicans and this one was all about ziad. Look at him. Going right equity go back just constantly challenging rudy gobert. He gets his shot blocked more than any other player in the league. But it doesn't matter because it's going to finish at the rim. He had fifteen points in the third quarter. Zion did look at them continuing here and just taking a straw once again. He loves eternal right shoulder. That's his patented move. Twenty-six ten last night for zion who was really emerging clear in his second season. Well let's take you to where this game is decided thirty seconds ago jazz are down by one. And here's the big sequence. J. will often miss from donovan mitchell. Donovan mitchell mrs baruch. I don't know if i call that over to bat call rudy gobert. That just much taller. But since i did it take another look at it here. That's go bear. He does get called for over the bag. Zion would make too so the pelicans of a three point lead in. Here's the final shot. Not a great look that the utah jazz get off. Zion gets the rebound josh. Hart gets uncontested dunk. And that is all she wrote. The pelicans get the win. One twenty nine one twenty four and again as i on finishing with twenty six points. Ten boards five assists. Joining anthony davis as the only players in new orleans history with game with those numbers before turning twenty one years old. They will play again tomorrow night
Williamson, Pelicans in attack mode, beat NBA-leading Jazz, 129-124
"Elsewhere, the pelicans fluster the Western Conference leading jazz won 29 to 1 24. New Orleans made seven threes to Utah's 17, but the difference Zion Williamson showing out 26 points, 10 rebounds. How about JJ Reddick was 17 points, and he converted on to four point
"williamson" Discussed on Today, Explained
"And their bottom line is profit but just to bring this back to people a little bit. I mean people are getting their information from facebook. People are getting their information from what's app and forces much darker than those two including parlor and this you know outright media ecosystem and and i'm just wondering how to bring people together. I mean it just feels like president biden. Really has his work cut out for him. I mean he's been. He's been singing this song for a while. Now and you know just a few weeks ago. Things were seemingly the worst. They've ever been you think he can make any progress to that when when when even a fair portion of this country doesn't even believe he's the rightfully elected president. Unbelievable the shift in the energy in this country it is. It does like america's back it's like we have at least a fighting chance. Having spent the time in the belly of the beast that i spent. I know about the corruption of the system. It at the same time and the brutality of that system by the way especially towards anyone who is inconvenient to its prescribe conversation whatsoever but i also had the exhilarating experience of being in the presence in state after state after state black. On insists white audiences audiences rich audiences poor audiences people are smart and i think that they founders had very radical brilliant idea there that in the final analysis it is only only the wisdom of people that should be looked to as the force powerful enough to govern a great nation. And that's what we need. We need real reemergence and rebirth of democracy in this country in order to have that rebirth on one hand you have the passage of hr one in the house. Now the senate might take that up. I hear they're they're going to the version of that. That's the kind of direction we need to move. In to override gerrymandering and ultimately whatever efforts were allowed to override money and politics. Because right now it's unreasonable to think we're going to overturn citizens united but there are other ways that we can start to get around the problem of that underlying cancer which is money and politics and that i believe is the only survivable and sustainable future for american democracy. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you guy talking to on my best. Marianne williamson ran for president. She didn't win but she now has a podcast. So she's still a winner. Her shows called the marianne williamson. Podcast.
"williamson" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Geico after he died and killed them again as is opened up and then he shot him. Even though it's clearly shelton's obviously the sheltered so right young was then made the chief of police and the mayor pro. Tem wow quite a. that's all right. Hell yea his newly deputized. Special police roamed the streets The hospital was still surrounded by soldiers. So young has basically made himself dictator of county. King of the king. Of the county warrants. Were filed for suspects. Like i said this included the mayor so he then appoints himself the sheriff. Wow as a matter of time. I mean so time goes by days go by months go by there's ambushes shootouts in the streets ahead and it's just like a a level of violence just you know every day right. The state government state federal. Not not thrilled with. What's what youngest doing which is basically overthrowing the civil authorities of williamson county so the state starts to an investigation. But still he's running the show for a while there. There were boos related trials. The clan sweeps the november elections so the kkk is incomplete troll control of williamson county and then the government drops their investigation on young and he is indicted on fifty five charges. Other klansmen are also indicted. So obviously he's losing control and then one by one. The shelton brothers return. There's three shelter brothers. Okay jacksonville now. Young decide we miss anything changed. Did that guy we have. You guys been updated anything that man. That was great. Got away with it too. But four hundred people got arrested for killing him. What the clan. What so young decides to get a town and moved to e saint louis now on may twenty but he's still going back and forth. He's he's still doing like clan events and stuff should may twenty third. He and his wife were driving from hereon. Saint louis when dodge pulled up a sign them on the road they were forming in the car and they all started shooting with shotguns and revolvers young was shot in the leg. His wife took a blast of buckshot to her face young. It'd be okay but his wife was permanently blinded now. the dick. Cheney is the dick cheney The clan vows revenge so they start all the county start looking for the dodge now the next day the next day a dog. I mean how many there had to be a number of dodd. It's not cars when the lapd was looking for dorner and there were just shooting. Everyone with a toyota. Yeah and if you have that car you're like don't go outside. So then i notice you're driving a roj truck. Yup that's right brand new that letters that two legs on the arlo off. Well it's raj for you roj trucks. That's what they that's what they were known for. I've never actually even heard of dodge personally. I always wanted to myself raj so i actually have a podge great. And that's what we do a lot of the he's got ta got araj. So good luck. Finding that fayyaz dodge dodge. Good luck finding. That never heard of that. Through who besser. Yeah please excuse me just gonna get in the front of my raj and him as podge so skews us. Thank you great to be you guys. Good luck fighter. That son of a bitch if you get him boy. Oh boy wouldn't wanna dribble driving a dodge today. All right high card by guys discuss. Who's dodge what about my dodged. Oh fuck.
"williamson" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"I am done. I told you i don't do this anymore. My wife and i are very happy right now. Okay but we're the clan going to sweeten the pot a little more than that honey. I told you in finding italians italians and catholics. My god i'd hug you but my dick just got so hard. I don't think it'd be right. So so they hire. They hire young young arrives in williamson county in november nineteen. Twenty-three he what is he going to do. He's going to take charge of the operate. His bright the leader is anti prohibition experience and law enforcement experience. he'll give them a ku klux. I get you. So he's in his thirty s he'd been raised on a ranch in was supposed to be a very very good with a gun. He also loved violence. This is this is shaping up to be a really good episode at twenty one. He had joined the texas rangers after that he was. I'm a pitcher. No it's not. Oh sorry oh sorry. Sorry after that he joined. He was us marshall and oklahoma for two years but his big moment was during world war one. He got a job as an agent with the bureau of investigation and the justice department where he went after and tracked down draft dodgers and deserters so hundreds of them mostly in southern states so he was known to track them down alone. He didn't work when the buddy and then he would have gunfights with these people in october. Nineteen eighteen. He had a gun fight with five deserters he killed one during a raid in madison county. He killed a guy who is in the house next door of the house. They were raiding. The guy'd come out and try to shoot young. I and corners report cleared him. But then madison county prosecute him and he was found not guilty but the justice department during all this looked into him and all he was doing and then they they fired him because they said he'd acted immorally improperly. Okay okay what was the trial like back. Then they just had to be so much here like there's just like so little like actual evidence so you just be like look at. He doesn't it. Hey.
"williamson" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"God. Damn it. I was hoping she wouldn't make it. Cole was found in the late. Eighteen hundreds in thank god williamson county in in the town of herron so my you're not gonna believe this but mine owners. There did not treat the miners. Very well It's the first that's counter to everything. This country stands author troy taylor. They worked in water up to their knees and in gasfield rooms and related minds where the air was filthy and filled with toxins. There is no compensation or accidents which occurred frequently and the average daily wage was less than two dollars. Well at least you're getting compensated for swimming in gas infested rooms with no airflow. Well you know you are kind of getting to take a bath. that's true. So that's how they would pitch it. What you guys ain't understand is. I'm giving you a trip to the spa. Your skin is getting to look unbelievable. What you come out all that coal water. Fantastic great for digestion. It's an ex- it's expert ryan says thank you trevor. It's exposed. i got this rub a little bit of that coli water. It's like holy water coal cold water. In december your crow's-feet crevices. That's your look. Twenty years younger. If if you make it out of there which again is not that likely. Go ahead yep yes questions my feet or so with that my skin off. That's because under your foot. Skin is a better foot. So that's just you foot. Shell crack in to give birth to the actual foot you. Are you familiar with the way that a caterpillar turns into a butterfly. That's a lot of what your foot is about to go through. So what you're going through the growing pains of nature so your photos crack lady foot hurts you. It's got sores on it. That's just god's way of saying hey get ready. There's a transition of power coming you foot spat to be brand new. Okay all right. That feels like scott. What makes yeah great..
"williamson" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"Want show, I wanNA. Be Men are. The reason I is that I know not many people know this. But before you had this amazing career as a speaker and author everything, you had a whole other life as a cabaret singer now because I wasn't ever. Might my talking in between songs was always better than my thing which I took the song. Can. Real housewife of New York who should also take asked. To. To learn that her assignment on planet earth is. Raising a rich. Marianne we cannot thank you enough for joining us all. It was fun to be with you guys. Thank you to all of you. Thank you. It was lovely meeting you this has been so meaningful truly, and we really appreciate you taking the time to share this. Best. Thank you. Thank you so much and you know I have a podcast coming out. Please do tell. Yes and this is the first time I'm I'm saying it publicly. Honored Yeah it. We're GONNA take this weekend. It's going to start next week called. Original title, the Mariam Mussa podcast. You know what would you name like yours? You don't need to do anything. Show remember. It worked from and legs. That and you're just gonNA inch interview all types of people. Yeah. I'm going to probably talk for a few minutes at the beginning answer questions at the end but talking to some really amazing people WanNa talk to Karen Mason and Andrew. Yang at the beginning math high be a non-jury Harare's. Suma, kid John Hall all Nina Turner. Really, it's going to be good. Got Really excited. Wow. Will be listening and all we can say is you know you belong in the bitch that's world you've called yourself a bitch for God and Context. Hey we want to. We'll take it. To this podcast. I agree. The word. Yeah absolutely. Thank you Marianne you're the best. Appreciate it so much. All of you. Thank you so. Please follow Marion Williamson to hear about everything that she's doing. She's on twitter at Mar Williamson. I. Guess Mayor Williams in. An instagram Marianne Williamson, the Youtube Scott Facebook, and she has a new book, a politics of love handbook for a new American revolution, which is Amazon Barnes, and noble bound, and of course, she has an upcoming podcast just so exciting the Marianne Williamson podcasts as we discussed and they start taping this week. So look for it very very soon. Everywhere you get podcasts. Thanks so much for listening..
"williamson" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"You have your own show I know. Listen. Side to be on the odd-couple but my goodness, let me give you two quick things jazz down twelve at the half. The score in front of me Ziya Williamson played seven minutes. He's only Pelicans player with a plus minus that's negative the only one he didn't get a rebound no assists seals nothing he basically just went to score now for the jazz broussard this is awesome. So Bogdonovich is out for Utah they miss him lately. So Jordan Clarkson is going to be the Guy Seventeen minutes on the court. He's a minus twenty three always do it just Jack and shots? You can see Donovan Mitchell is not going to stand for this and that's the way too much Utah Jazz analysis I thought none of this matter it doesn't but I'm excited. Gave me five minutes on the first half of the Jazz Pelicans but but none of this matters stop it I it matters. And I look Jay Mac I didn't ask Rick, Bucur, about this because I didn't want you to suffer through the indignity of having to long-term NBA writers you you're crazy. But you think John Zaylon Williamson. Who just ripped by the way I? Didn't do anything. Yeah. You ripped him winning it out now renowned Rob Rob Gio. Love this. Williamson is the rookie year. Stop it for me he is. He played nine, thousand, nine hundred. Definition what defined rookie of the year in the NBA The rookie that had the best season. That's the rickety. Okay. So if you look at which rookie has done more firsts. Zion Williamson his numbers are absolutely staggering for a teenager which he was for most of the season. Okay and then what he's done in Nineteen Games, Guy Averaged over twenty points a game. Now you just said it the same Mac. Part of the job is being air. How in the world? Can you be the rookie of the year when you only played nineteen games and by the way? They were ten and nine in those games. Guess what their record was in the sixteen game before as I got back Dunno eleven and five. Are Zion Look. He was great. When he played, but job Moran became the first rookie since MJ. Michael Jordan I to lead his team in scoring assists and lead to the playoffs. The first rookie. How. In the world is he not I? Mean it's ridiculous. Okay. You can't be rookie or IDIA war in one thousand, nine games he is. He is the fourth the. Fourth teenager in NBA history to drop thirty plus points per game. Hey, in value backing. You give me a first for John. I'll give you another. Number one overall picks to score two hundred points in the first ten games Alan Iverson. Shack and Zion that's it in the last thirty years. Game what's what's what's the number? Is it twenty five if he played twenty-three giving the number all knowing Chris. BUSSARD. Give me the num- always the lowest. Games that someone is played at one rookie of the year is fifty fifty out of eighty two. So yeah. What's that percents? I thought you were out of out of sixty five games. He needed to play like forty. So he's even close I mean J. mccollum bear. I'm looking. The question is where you building around who has better stats who was Full. As. Job rant let horrible team to the playoffs. They're not in the playoffs yet they're doing AC close. Diane's better and.
"williamson" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello and welcome to run port now. This is where runners unite. We all come together because we share the Mitchell. Love for the fielders of running I mean Ohio okay sometimes when you are running, you might question why you are out there doing it might be raining in you. Do think his signs much fun, or you might be facing a huge hill directly in front of you and. And it can seem like an older cicle too big to take on. However once you've done it. You feel great, and you remember why you love it. You love the way running makes you feel so today on run put I'm joined by a friend someone known for years at back to the days when I worked on GMTV Our from this bit cold entertainment day, which was Friday Showbiz? And this gas hosted, the GMTV can have children section. She is currently though she's moved on from the kids stuff and she's the DT expert on select schoolteaching. She is a number one bestselling author. She's a qualified kuntsler. She's a life coach. She's a fellow podcast there. She is a Williamson hallow-. Oh Jen Nice. Probably the nicest introduction I've ever had thanks May. You know really really good. How're you doing? Bud You know not bad and actually is funny when I think about running. I. Want to say this I think. Because I. Always remember you and Ben Shepard you send about the GMTV days you invention foods while I've been in particular needs to do entertainment day, which by it was the best part of GM today that was like the holy grail of telly shows to be on like you got to interview with the celebs and everything I know zing Shami. Sigy good, it is well but then Ben used to run. Our members run home didn't need to Richmond. Yes so he's to run Richmond and is run to Wimbledon. where I left and I remember looking at the pair you and like there was the fact, there were no more sexy fitter presenters in the whole of it building than you. And Ben and you both use Pitney of fitness because I used to finish my kids show go into studio six which. Listeners was basically the kind of unofficial start contain. is to go in there down. A bottle of wine have an incredibly frightening mazzy. I'm not do any exercise. And then you and Ben used to smash out the park. Yeah, but that's only because when we get home. Then we would go and eat the rotation during the rubbish and how great! We just felt that if we ran home. Have justified all that was old well I think you guys have absolutely right. You're ahead of your time. In fact, I think it's funny. Isn't that awesome? Push trends do change because then running was more. Everyone's so of the one one eight guys little. Didn't think I mean because I think running now. I I I. I hold up there as probably one of the coolest exercise you can day because. I, think everyone can do it. I mean and I've I've fallen in and out of love with running my whole life but ultimately is something I enjoy, but I think Too much, your listeners gender in childbirth. Childbirth is my biggest nemesis when it comes to the running, but it is something that I've always. Had A. Love hate relationship with so i. mean just to give some context this as well so i. I always liked wanting for exercise up as always my mental health, which are permanent banging that drum Bosa find..
"williamson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"At home home on your Alexa turns out we at slate have built a new Alexa skill. Where perfecting it? So what you do is you say. Alexa enable the gist to to enable the skill on your Alexa device and then begin playing the show and to play it after that you can say Alexa. Play the gist. I enable them play it just on the Alexa Um It's Friday January tenth two thousand twenty from slate. It's just I Mike Pasqua. Marianne Williamson is out. Yes yes I know. We have the articles of impeachment sent to the Senate that is bigger but Marianne has descended upon the astral plane and shall not be there to speak into the yearnings of our souls or the doings of the Department of Housing and.
"williamson" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris
"Welcome to season three of journeys of faith. I'm your host Paula. Farris excited for you to dig into this season. We'll be talking to political luminaries. Some candidates and other figures figures about how their personal faith influences their person. In policy love does not morally equivocate. And that is what will defeat. The president The the ballot box. Our next guest is a friend of Oprah Marianne Williamson who has both fascinated and confused as she continues her bid for twenty twenty eight now Williamson has some really unique views on gun control. She says she'd outlaw. Bullets and one of her signature. Policies is reparations. Pain pain the African American population hundreds of billions of dollars over the next decade. Her answer as to why is really intriguing. That Williamson also addresses the critics who call her a self help celebrity a menace to society an anti science but one indisputable truth. She has a massive and loyal following. We'll talk about her Jewish Jewish faith the truth regarding much talked about relationship with Oprah and her incredibly human take on simplicity of Miracles.
"williamson" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast
"Talks with marianne williamson the author of books on spirituality and self help williamson is now running for the democratic presidential nomination. Marianne williamson williamson who's running for the presidential nomination has never held national office. She's never held any political office but she certainly a public figure and like our current. President is an she's been a bestselling author for decades. Her books on self help topics include a woman's worth and healing the soul of america. She's a close friend of oprah's and she frames critique of donald trump not in political terms not in policy terms but in spiritual terms this nana's dan has reached into the psyche of the american people and he's harnessed fear for political purposes so mr president if you're listening. I want you to hear me please you you have harnessed fear for political purposes and only love can cast that up so i saw her. I have a feeling you know what you're doing. I'm going to harness love for political purposes offices. I will meet you on that field and sir level when she impressed some viewers with her convictions however unorthodox and after the first july july debate marianne williamson was the most googled candidate. I spoke with her about her campaign for the democratic nomination early last week. I think the fairest question to ask you is very simple. Why are you running for president. Donald trump being president has changed the world and it's changed the world not only globally in terms of geopolitics but i think personally for many people <hes>. I'm one of millions of people. I'm sure this is true of you. Probably everyone listening to this program to some extent. Nothing is the same in terms of where we see ourselves in relationship to the rest of our lives to our country to the rest of the world and i think think that there's a deep question. We're all asking whether it's inchoate or whether very clear unconscious which is how can i possibly help and i think think we all feel most of us called on some level to use whatever skills we have to try to make like a difference at a time such as this so i challenged the idea that only the people whose careers have been entrenched for years in the limitations of the mindset that drove us into this ditch. H are qualified to lay out of this ditch. I think this is one of these those times in american history that require what is spiritual leader above all well let can we talk talk about the narrative of american history slavery did not end because the political status quo of the time decided to end slavery it ended because with the abolitionist ernest movement that was in fact begun by the early evangelicals and quakers so yes it came from a religious and spiritual foundation people rose up the people stepped in and with civil rights. The political establishment of the time did not wake up and say let's desegregate the south. A baptist preacher named dr martin arthur king and the civil rights movement. The southern christian leadership conference rose up the people stepped in so in fact with every major course correction in terms of social justice than the united it states it has in fact been an intervention by the people themselves and to be honest with you david. Yes it has been centered. Religious spirit absolutely william lloyd garrison plated enormous miss rowe. Martin luther king played an enormous role. Are you putting yourself at that level as a spiritual and inspirational leader absolutely not i did not say that at all all i have been working for thirty five years up close and personal with people whose lives are in crisis and that's one of the things that gives me the inside i have because i've seen what bad public policy does to people's lives. It's what gives me such a passion about changing that bad public policy. I'd been working for years with people who live daily l. e. the economic tension and anxiety created by this oligarch system. The first thing we have to do is to return to principal. This is how you change a <hes> life. This is how you change your country because all the country is is a group of individuals so you have to ask yourself. Where am i and where am i not the person i say i am. <hes> are are the people of the united states need to emotionally and psychologically rebound with the principles of the declaration of independence and those principles are written on marble walls written on parchment but principles dive not alive in us. I'm curious about your tactical emphasis or or your were your genuine emphasis on harnessing emotions. Why do you see that as crucial to beating trump what has happened in this country and what this happened. In many places in this world is that the worst aspects of human character had been harnessed for political purposes racism bigotry anti-semitism <hes> homophobia xenophobia islamaphobia sarah. No intelligent observer thought that these things didn't exist exists in the united states but we thought we had reached a point. We thought we have reached consensus. Several decades ago where there were lines pest which we would not go on either are left or right that no political major political entity would give a megaphone to any of these voices. Those levees have have fallen now. The problem is not that they're more haters than decent loving good people. That's not the problem. The problem is that the haters in this country have become collectivized for political purposes. There are a lot of wonderful decent loving really good people out there. We harness all that and change the world. When you become president you enter a world of mitch mcconnell u._n. To a world of <hes> a senate that is very unlikely to be <hes> majority democratic you enter. You're a world of all kinds of political realities in obstructions <hes> and difficulties what would happen on january twentieth. When you you become president united states what would in marion williamson administration look like there are four pillars to the moral politics that i believe that we need aid in this country at this point first of all it has to do with a moral economy trickle down. Economics is an amoral system that has led to immoral consequences so my sense of what needs to change economically holding capitalism accountable. I consider myself a capitalist but i think we need capitalism with a conscience and ours is meaning terms of policy but we need to repeal the two thousand seventeen tax cut put back in the middle class tax cut. Stop the corporate subsidies. Why do we pay twenty six billion dollars in in subsidies to the fossil fuel companies loan. The government needs to take back its own negotiating power with big pharmaceutical companies. We need to look how much of our military budget is actually money that the military said that they need to provide for legitimate security concerns and how much above that is money that has to do with short expenditures terzic mainly have to do with short-term profit maximization for defense contractors and i agree with elizabeth we knew that three percent tax on the assets of billionaires and two percent tax on the assets the fifty million and more these kinds of changes on a pure policy level that will begin to transition back to a functioning democracy and not just a function in corpus crecy or oligarchy what would in williamson administration look like who would you bring to the fore and a cabinet in your presidency so first of all all the people in my cabinet. I've been it would have to have a lot of experience in in government but they would also have the consciousness that i wish to bring so my attorney general for instance would have to be someone exquisitely aware and alert to the racial disparities in our criminal sentencing in in policing and so forth and i would also what my attorney general to be someone who is it's very aware of white collar crime and also very alert to the issues of voter suppression so really strong kick ass progressive attorney general yeah kick ass happening now in terms of state well pretty funny about secretary of state because my idea of secretary of state the my fantasy secretary secretary of state is outside the box but i thought wow this person would be perfect and then i recently read that person say in the new york times about my appearance in one of the debates. He said that woman shouldn't even and beyond the stage who resigned. I thought nicholas kristof would be the best secretary of state that he series secretary of the times columnist yeah and because his geopolitical understanding the handing of what is going on in this world is so to me he would be and then what you get under him are the lieutenants right but then i read that he can't stand me so i know well. Oh you probably wouldn't want to work for me. Have you met donald trump now. I saw him once i i'm. I was at mar a lago for a party when he was married to marla trump yep maple's right now. How long ago was that. It was a fundraiser for an aid organization. I had found it so it would probably have been in in the ninety s and back then. Was you think of him. I've thought about him what i think. A lot of people did he was like this vulgar american character. I i didn't hate him. I thought he was you know. My mother would have had a word for him. <hes> yiddish word we allow it is a word but i wouldn't have you know at that time and this is something that i find very mysterious. Actually if you look at interviews with him from the eighties he was really different. He even look different which makes me think i gives me my own theories about what's involved in all this. Which is when you see. Some it features on someone's face turns out much. I'll leave it at that but he even when he just aging. What are we talking about. Do your research david but he would wear it. What does that mean. I'm not i don't wanna i don't wanna go into that. It's just that i think that there are a lot of people who have who finds a lot very curious about the president but i don't want to go into any of that but i will say this when he talked about politics so but you're running on a on a on a an admirably probably a policy of being straightforward about what you mean. I'm not running on a on a campaign of personal demonization a per per a personal attack. I can keep it to my conversations about the president's announce policies and that's all i want to do and that's all i would want to do if i if it doesn't matter character absolutely does matter but we were. We were getting into areas here that went beyond character and i don't. I need to tell the american people the president's character because the president's character is very obvious for all to see now. I i know this has come up and i know it's controversial. You and i know there have been different statements on us. I wanna get you on the record and as a parent of someone with a severely autistic child <hes> i wanna get straight what you think think about vaccinations. I'm just not quite clear on whether you're an anti vaccine her i am not or you're somewhere in the middle or you think. Vaccinations explanations are right and necessary as i do. A vaccinations have looked at smallpox look at polio. Where would we be without a vaccination saxon. Save lives and anytime that there is a medical intervention. There's benefit and there's also risk and the government absolutely must come down on the side of of the public good. I made an admittedly sloppy comment about the removal of exempt. Shell us what the comment was and how you would correct. I said that they were draconian. I said that they were or well. I said well that sounds. It's kind of orwellian in coney to me to remove all the exemptions and how would you say it now. I would not say that it was a sloppy comment that a presidential candidate should not have said career enough and so in other words what you're saying is to save for example the parents the many many parents in fact in in the los angeles area who are <hes> look trying to get out of vaccines that have to measles. They're wrong the issue of a lot of those people that i've heard i've heard legitimate questions of people wanting to know. Why can't the measles vaccine vaccine be a separate vaccine. I don't find people who ask those questions to be a bunch of crazy out there boxers. I think that everybody is just concerned about the health of our children well. That's fair enough but sometimes even the most earnest and right minded people are just scientifically wrong indeed and the government has to make the decision that based on its evaluation scientific evaluation is in the best interest of the public and that's what i would do as president. You've been running for president now for a bit and i wonder what you've learned from it. You've gotten you've had some good moments. Particularly the second debate you you got god knows twitter rushton behind. You and you got an enormous amount of n. Google is well what we've gotten and then you've got some coverage that portray you as a kind of crystal-gazing kook..
"williamson" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Marianne williamson jason who's running for the presidential nomination has never held national office. She's never held any political office but she certainly public figure and like our current president. She's been a bestselling author for decades. Her books on self help topics include a woman's worth and healing the soul of america. She's a close his friend oprah's and she frames critique of donald trump not in political terms not in policy terms but in spiritual terms this man reached into the psyche of the american people and he's harnessed fear for political purposes so mr president if you're listening. I want you to hear me please. You have harness fear for political purposes and only love can cast that up so i- sir. I have a feeling you know what you're doing. I'm going to harness love for political purposes breath. I will meet you on that field and sir level when she impressed some viewers with her convictions however unorthodox and after the first july a debate marianne williamson was the most googled candidate. I spoke with her about campaign for the democratic nomination early last week. I think the fairest this question to ask you is very simple. Why are you running for president. Donald trump being president has changed the world and it's changed the world not not only globally in terms of geopolitics but i think personally for many people <hes>. I'm one of millions of people. I'm sure this is true of you. Probably everyone listening to this program. Welcome to some extent. Nothing is the same in terms of where we see ourselves in relationship to the rest of our lives to our country to the rest of the world and i think that there's there's a deep question. We're all asking whether it's inchoate or whether very clear unconscious which is how can i possibly help and i think we all feel most of us called on some level to use whatever skills we have to try to make a difference difference over time such as this so i challenged the idea that only the people whose careers have been entrenched for years in the limitations of the mindset that drove us into this ditch. The are qualified to lead us out of this ditch. I think this is one of these those times in american history that require what is spiritual leader above all well let can we talk about the narrative of american history slavery did not end because the political status quo of the time decided to end slavery it ended because with the abolitionist movement movement that was in fact begun by the early evangelicals and quakers so yes it came from a religious and spiritual foundation people rose up the people stepped in and with civil rights. The political establishment of the time did not wake up and say let's desegregate the south. A baptist preacher named dr martin luther king king and the civil rights movement. The southern christian leadership conference rose up the people stepped in so in fact with every major course correction in terms of social justice in the united states hates it has in fact been an intervention by the people themselves and to be honest with you david. Yes it has been centered in religious spirit. Absolutely william lloyd garrison played an enormous role will martin luther king pleaded enormous row. Are you putting yourself at that level as a spiritual and inspirational leader absolutely not i did not say that at all i have been working for thirty five years up close and personal with people whose lives are in crisis and that's one of the things that gives me the inside i have because i've seen what bad public policy does to people's lives. It's what gives me such a passionate about changing that bad public policy. I'd been working for years with people who live daily the economic tension and anxiety created by this oligarch system. The first thing we have to do is to return to principal. This is how you change a life. This is how you change your country because all the country is is a group of individuals so you have to ask yourself. Where am i and where am i not the person i say i am are are the people of the united states need to emotionally and psychologically rebound with the principles of the declaration of independence and those principles are written on marble walls written on parchment but principles dive do not live in us. I'm curious about your tactical emphasis or or your you genuine emphasis on harnessing emotions. Why do you see that as crucial to beating trump what has happened in this country and but as happened happen in many places in this world is that the worst aspects of human character had been harnessed for political purpose racism bigotry anti-semitism <hes> <hes> homophobia xenophobia islam phobia sarah. No intelligent observer thought that these things didn't exist in the united states but we thought we had reached a point. We thought we have reached a consensus several decades ago where there were lines pest which we would not go on either left after right that no political major political entity would give a megaphone to any of these voices. Those levees have fallen now. The problem is not that they're more haters than decent loving good people. That's not the problem the problem is that the haters in this this country has become collectivized for political purposes. There are a lot of wonderful decent loving really good people out there. We harness all that and change the world. When you become come president you enter a world of mitch mcconnell you end to a world of <hes> a senate that is very unlikely to be <hes> majority democratic you enter a world of all kinds of political realities and obstructions <hes> and difficulties what would happen on january twentieth when you become i'm president united states what would in marion williamson administration look like there are four pillars to the moral politics that i believe that we need in this country at this point first of all how do with a moral economy trickle down economics is an immoral system that has led to immoral consequences so my sense of what what needs to change economically holding capitalism accountable. I consider myself a capitalist but i think we need. Capitalism with a conscience and ours is meaning terms of policy. Well we need to repeal the two thousand seventeen tax cut put back in the middle class tax cut. Stop the corporate subsidies. Why do we pay twenty. Six billion dollars in subsidies subsidies to the fossil fuel companies alone. The government needs to take back its own negotiating power with big pharmaceutical companies. We need to look how much of our military budget is is actually money that the military said that they need to provide for legitimate security concerns and how much above that is money that has to do a short expenditures that mainly have to do with short-term profit maximization for defense contractors and i agree with elizabeth. We knew that three percent tax on the assets billionaires in two percent tax on the assets of fifty million and more these are the kinds of changes on a pure policy level that will begin to transition us back to a functioning democracy and not just a function in corporate takahiro org arcade. What would an williamson administration look like. Who would you bring to the fore and a cabinet in your presidency. So first of all all the people in my cabinet would would have to have a lot of experience in in government but they would also have the consciousness that i wished to bring so my attorney general for instance would have to be someone exquisitely aware where and alert to the racial disparities in our criminal sentencing in in policing and so forth and i would also what my attorney general to be someone who is very very aware of white collar crime and also very alert to the issues of voter suppression so really strong kick ass progressive attorney general yeah kick ass happening absolutely girls now in terms of gratuity of state. Well pretty funny about secretary of state because my idea of secretary of state the my fantasy secretary terry of state is outside the box but i thought wow this person would be perfect and then i recently read that person's say in the new york times about my appearance and then one of the debates. He said that woman shouldn't even be on on the stage who resigned. I thought nicholas kristof would be the best secretary of state that he's secretary of the times columnist yeah and because his geopolitical understanding ending of what is going on in this world is so to me he would be and then what you get under him are the lieutenants right but then i read that he can't stand me so i know well. He probably the work from me. Have you met dolor now. I saw him once. I i was at mar a lago for a party when he was married to marla trump the larvae maples. How long ago was that. It was a fundraiser for an aid organization. I found it <hes> so it would probably have been in the nineties nine days and back then. What did you think of him. I thought about him when i think a lot of people did he was like this vulgar american character. I didn't didn't hate him. I thought it was you know. My mother would have had a word for him. Yet is working. We allow the word but i i wouldn't have you know at that time and this is something that i find very mysterious. Actually if you look at interviews with him from the eighties he was really different. He even looked different which makes me think i gives me my own theories about what's involved in all this. Which is when you see. Some features feature on someone's face change that much a leave it at that but he even when he not just aging. What are we talking about do research david but he would wear it. What does that mean. I'm not i don't wanna i don't wanna go into that. It's just that i think that there are a lot of people who have who who finds a lot very curious about the president but i don't wanna go into any of that but i will say this when he talked about politics. You're running on a on a on a an admirably ah policy of being straightforward about what you mean. I'm not running on a on a campaign of personal demonization of per per a personal attack. I can keep it to my conversations about the president's policies policies and that's all i want to do and that's all want to do if i if it doesn't matter character absolutely does matter but we were we were getting into areas here that went beyond character and i don't need to to tell the american people the president's character because the president's character is very obvious for all to see now i i know this has come up and i know it's controversial and and i know there have been different. Statements on i wanna get you on the record and as a parent of someone with a severely autistic child <hes>. I want to get straight what you think about about vaccinations. I'm just not quite clear on whether you're an anti vaccine..
"williamson" Discussed on The Argument
"I'm michelle goldberg and i'm rostow outfit and this is the argument this week. I sit down with democratic presidential candidate nate mary-anne williamson. I think people who have a deeper understanding and commitment to love tend to have a greater recognition of the power of evil then and michelle and i talk about her candidacy and her cultural significance see basically takes politics that i really like an adds a layer of flaking. I despise and finally finely a recommendation. I would especially see what you think of it ross because it seems like very much aimed at a lot of your preoccupations for marianne williamson.
"williamson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Williamson and wonderful to hear all my fellow candidates who are here this afternoon and I have agreed with more of them and more of the things that they said that I disagreed with but I also think we need to pay some facts we've been saying these things and we lost last time we've been saying many of these things we've been promoting the same because the political values and we've been losing congressional seats too often we've been losing senatorial seats too often and so I want to talk to you about the kind of transformation we need in this country it will only happen if we have a transformation in our politics and it will only happen if we as Democrats embraced a more transformational vision ladies and gentlemen I read an interview with Jared Kushner and your question is said that he had been in a McDonald's with his father in law and he told his father in law there's so many angry people out there he said we could harness all that anger and we could make you president and I thought to myself when I read that there's so many good people out there so many decent people out there there's so many loving people out there we go to harness all that and change the world good people loving people but the American people's goodness and love has not been channeled through American politics in a way that it should be and for a long time and the only way we're going to do that ladies and gentleman is if we get really more a more deep and way more real because love tells truth we have an enemy here there's more than one political candidates we have collectivized fear hatred bigotry racism Islamophobia anti semitism they're a lot more people in this country who love them to hate those who hate you with seriousness and I are politicized we need to take a love the only way you're going to be a lot of his with some big truth the Democratic Party is only going to win this election and the Democratic Party if we start telling some big too often we have not.
"williamson" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"City bet. Eight. Let's do it man. I'm just Williamson. This is white. Bird. Today's guest them sessions at Madeira house is the very charming techs musician. Jess Williamson. She released a new album this year, her first on excellent label Mexican summer. It's called cosmic wink. And she recorded at during a state of flux while she was moving from Texas to l. a. I should tell us right after this. Kinky. She king. So do I. Jeez. Oh. This is no Massoudi. Clipped we. Jeez. Scene. This is no city. Eighteen. Mr. Soon. just Williamson welcomes the sessions at majoria Sankey things are all pleasure. Now you rate your album, cosmic, wink, and a transitional phase jury your life. Maybe explain to us a bit about the circumstances this was written in. Yeah, so I am. I was going through a lot of changes and moved away from Texas. I moved to Los Angeles. I also fell in love in a really big way in a way that felt pretty life changing. Those were the two major things that were happening on first Rainer at the album. And then also right before we started recording my dog died my beloved animal companion Frankie. And so it was this really interesting thing because I. As Ryan the album and I'm falling in love so deeply and living in this new environment are seeing that she was fading, you know, and so are starting to think a lot about the passage of time and even just her face, like the graying of the for her is was reflecting back to me in this really tangible way the passing of time and something about being in love and this huge way and thinking a lot about time influenced ause on the Elbe. I'm kind of posse of time thing is something that you find quite intimidating, or is it something that Spurs you on to carry on making music d thing? Both. Yeah. Yeah. I often think about how we have such little time in our lives. So you make a count and work really hard and go for the things you really want for sure. But like, you know, there's. Like a song on the album. That's a little bit. I see the white as the song. It's like a little bit throwing a tantrum about time. You know, like being mad that there's not enough time. There's a few songs that deal with that on the room. Yeah, I engage with this in a number of ways from being like a childish angry kid about it to letting it be a motivation and an inspiration runs the gamut. And this whole kind of writing in a state of flux when things are changing in your life, do you find an easier point to write music from? I mean, music kind of ground you again, when you're in between times perhaps I've found that it's the songs come from different places. Like I long as I've been writing songs started out that I only write songs if I was really sad in heartbroken, not find inspiration from that, and it was this release. But then with this last album, I found that I was really happy for the most part and feeling a lot of love. And so I, I wasn't a transitional place being new town in. So I treated writing music like my day job, and I just woke up every morning and started writing no matter what you divide in having spray Shen treated at like a real practice. It became a practice is the first time my life had been able to do that proper nine to five. Yes, yes, because I was nude. Away at a lot of people yet. I didn't have like normal job at the time. You know, I've been saving to make that possible and it was yes, we're somewhere I, I really was able to live like an artist and this way always wanted and treat it like my job. Yeah, this one's called awakening baby. Today.
"williamson" Discussed on talkRADIO
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