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"x. thin" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

06:15 min | Last week

"x. thin" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Quite extraordinary. Well it does give you the sense if all of this is true even if it's only like sixty percent true that as you were pointing out in all these different parts of the government this system held but like it all right oh. My god did shook and rattled the last bolt in the basement and it might not again. Let us go to cocktail chatter when you're sitting having a bolt in the basement. Bolt in the basement is just a shot of whiskey with another shot of whiskey on top hat on top of a hat. What are you going to be chatting about emily. My chatter this week is about a story in the wall street journal about facebook and instagram. Which should be jaw-dropping. Except that is also just part of such a pattern at this point so the story is called. facebook knows. Instagram is toxic for teen girls company documents. Show it's by georgia wells. Jeff horowitz and deepa setha rahman and what this shows is that facebook has had research for a while showing that the way in which girls in particular feel like have to live up to other people's expectations about how they look has had a real effect on their depression anxiety levels. And you know. When i was writing about bullying for the book i published in two thousand ten this whole question of teenager. Self image the dilatot that social media can have on kids loomed so large and when i went and spent a day at facebook at that point they were not in total denial about this but really dismissive that they had a real role to play in preventing these kinds of ill-effects. And i think what you see over and over again is that they dismissed the problems that they are very much. A part of and you know when mark zuckerberg. The ceo of facebook was asked about children and mental health. This is at a congressional hearing in march. Twenty twenty one. He said the research that facebook has seen shows that people can have positive mental health benefits in connection with social media. And we've just seen this pattern where facebook finds out from its own internal researchers because there are some people there who are concerned about what the company is doing that there are these problems and then the company walk away or tries to bury that research. Because it's not in line with its own public image and it's it's an alarming pattern. Emily can you just spell what some people might say. Which is oh well. This is what glamour and cosmopolitan did you know for girls. Growing up in the seventies and eighties. Just explain why. This is so very different. So you know. I think about my own growing up because i grew up in the seventies and eighties and it was totally true that you would look at magazine images and realize that they had nothing to do with your own body and your own face. That was you noticed. But the idea that it's girls themselves posing and being so just having this feeling that they're comparing themselves to their peers that they're not measuring up that they're supposed to be creating this perfectly curated set of images about themselves and presenting their lives in this romanticized way. I just think it would have crushed crushed me. This isn't this isn't just about girls. I mean i can see how it plays out in the teenagers. i'm adjacent to. And i know how it would have destroyed me which is not about necessarily body image but about foam. Oh and about you know the whole process of growing up is the messy creation curation of your own life you you wanna make sure you have lots of weird clumsy messy identities so you can figure out which is the right one and a half no one emerges into adolescence perfectly formed so it's always going to be fraught with all of this imperfection and to create a thing that injects you with doubt about your imperfection on a minute by minute basis at this time when you are both sensitive and need to be experimenting with your identity and i by which i mean everything from. Mis comic book person or like a star. Wars person or like math geek. Or whatever i wanna be. And think i am or like generous person who donates my time at the church. All of that gets ruined by this injection of doubt at just the wrong time and it's all or at least on instagram. I think in particular it so much about physical appearance and like who you're socializing with not about like all the other attributes of your development your brain your accomplishments your interests that you were just talking about mean obviously social media can feed those things too but this particular aspect of it. It just seems wholly unsurprising that it's having a toxic effect and and the facebook doesn't care very well said emily. I see this weirdly. There are some adults who behave like teenagers on instagram. And it's so alarming to see people who are leading these lives with their which the so manicured and curated and where they're they're posing if you know anything about their own actual life and you realize like this is not. This is not really connected to who you actually are. What you're unhappy family. Life is actually like what are you doing with this. It's really sad. And i looked at that way for adults. Imagine what it is for sixteen. Look i know. You don't think i'm out clubbing every night but in fact that is the new lifestyle we have bridged. Somebody's impersonating me on instagram. They're not causing any terrible problems. Or just like posting as me. And i filed a complaint instagram like a year ago. And they've never gotten back to me. So i just literally can't get onto instagram. Like it's just not a thing in my life. Because i can't have my own account back and so i literally unless i'm leaving my husband just is something guys. I'm sure there are people who listen to this show who work for facebook or instagram. You just her. Emily basilan like literally one of the leading journalists. The united states complained a year ago to you..

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"x. thin" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

05:49 min | Last week

"x. thin" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"People's court and that will really matter. I mean the other thing that strikes me about the timing of these remarks you know one from the liberal moderate side of the court and briar and the other side from the conservative from amy coney barrett is they are worried the courts institutional legitimacy which they have the hugest steak right so justice briar called the supreme court and national treasure. He wants desperately to believe that that is the case. He's been devoting his life to it. Since nineteen ninety-three rate these people are institutionalists at their core. Because that is the best thing for them. They are used to an atmosphere. That is combative and sycophantic. They argue with their colleagues who they disagree with and then they're clerks and their chambers are set up to be very coddling lovely places in which they're treated as like geniuses basically that's what it's like to clerk for a judge and i think you that dynamic is a really powerful psychological one and that's or seeing and then when you play it out on the national stage and the rest of us like regular people watch it. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense to us. So one thing i found irritating was brier was complaining about how reporters when they cover. The cord covered judicial appointments mention whether the president who appointed you as a republican or a democrat will yeah we mentioned that because it is highly relevant to understanding. Unfortunately what you are likely to do. And that has become more salient. There is less heterodox of the kind. David was talking about earlier. And that's not because like the reporters have created it. it's because it exists. We are reflecting a reality. So many things were irritating but that prior thing but the the one that was so funny in in the way it was urinating with the him saying he intended not to die on the court. And it's like you can just hear god laughing. You can just hear the arrogance the arrogance of a man of that age man who well past the retirement age. Who's well past the prime of of mental cognition. Well past prime of productivity. Being confident in himself is infuriating and exactly a year ago justice. Ginsburg did die on the court and that was certainly not her intention either. No-one intends to. Of course you don't intend to. You is a tarnish on what's been a very distinguished career of his and he should he. He's really he's really blown at man for me he's really blown it. Wow let me just say. I'm not going to die on the court. Which of the three of us do you think is gonna die on the court. Emily's most likely die on the gas. Fest that will be really no lower taping taping. I think i'm definitely most likely to die. While taping other could be john. I could see john like tripping on something he's always got like. He's still rounded by stuff listeners. The reason dave is a has what i'm surrounded by in his brain is that i'm recording from our new apartment for the first time and it is quite as set up. I've got here. So that's what. He's worried for. My emily emily going to live to be one hundred and fifty. Anyway so you'll you might die on the gatt vespas with rosen plots and dickerson children. You'll be taping with them. That sounds pretty good. I like all your. Yeah actually let. Let's close with this question. Emily about the popular the demissie and is it. True that the court depends on popular legitimacy. Are they at risk of losing. It does it does popular legitimacy matter as much in a world where minority -tarian rule seems to be now to just the fundamental practice of the right or the. It's an accepted accepted world. View of the right. Yeah i mean this is a fascinating and like hugely important looming question for us. Historically the supreme court has had to really dial it back when it gets far away from the american populace. So you know most famously. During the new deal the court conservative justices struck down major planks of fdr congress's legislation and then fdr threatened court packing and the court effectively saved itself. A conservative justice switched is and then they just started retiring and that kind of preserve the institution. We've seen that happen. In other eras of american history to i think it's important also not to over valorize the court. The court is often not on the side of history in terms of you know even the most basic fundamental aspects of protecting civil rights. Accord has really failed a number of times. So if it wants to have this huge amount of power right this real judicial supremacy which in a lot of ways. It's been more muscular about of late. There has to be some kind of intangible reckoning with the public and what it wants. And i think this huge question over the next few years is going to be how far out of sync this conservative majority will get with the public and how restive people will become and whether it will start to have real questions about the composition of the court which obviously progressives have already started to ask and also about this whole concept of judicial review. Does it make sense to put so much power over the constitutional in particular in the hands of judges or do we want to set some kinds of limits so that the democratically elected branches have a greater say. This.

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What Is the Legal Rationale for Biden's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Slate's Political Gabfest

01:50 min | Last week

What Is the Legal Rationale for Biden's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

"Gap best vaccine mandate has taken effect. You listeners have to get vaccinated or else you have to listen to me. Spin out stephen. Breyer fantasia every day. That's gonna be. The new mandate from the vest after shunning mandates. For months president biden has announced a broad mandate. So he's requiring federal employees and contractors to get vaccinated. He's also requiring healthcare workers at federally funded institutions get vaccinated and he has had osha. The occupational safety and health administration come up with a rule that will require companies that have more than one hundred workers to demand vaccination or weekly testing in order to protect the workplace health and safety of other employees. there he also doubled fines on people who violate math mandates on things like airplanes so emily. It's pretty clear that this mandate on federal workers and those on federally funded health clinics legal straight up. No problem i mean people may not like it seems like biden can do it. What is the legal rationale for the mandate on large employers. The legal rationale for the mandate is that the federal government through osha through. It's occupational health and safety powers sets tons of rules for workplaces. There are plenty of other vaccine. Mandates out there in the united states in schools and at work and lots of other conditions that the government sets for employers and employees to follow and so the biden administration wants to see this as kind of routine use of its powers in that domain and there is some precedent for this but this is also in its scope and its sweep and introducing a new vaccine pretty unprecedented and so i expect legal challenges to binds vaccine conditions. Once this rule is finalized.

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"x. thin" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

01:42 min | Last week

"x. thin" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Twenty twenty one. Our patience is wearing thin edition. I'm david plots of city cast in washington dc. I'm joined by my regular compatriots from new haven connecticut of the new york times magazine and yale university law school. It is emily basilan. Hello emily hey game show here. This morning they exciting. It is a little bit a little bit and from cbs. Sunday morning from manhattan new york city. John dickerson hello john. Hello david emily. Hello america and america. We should know there were taping a day early because of poor so maybe things things are slightly out of date by the time you hear this but hopefully not too much. This week we will talk about president biden. Sweeping new vaccine mandate is it legal and will at work than the supreme court the most agust of institutions. the most supremo of courts is it endanger of losing legitimacy. We're gonna talk about what justices brier and barrett said this week. And the trouble with at texas abortion case abortion ruling then bob woodward and robert costa investigative reporters have a new book peril which reveals appalling new details about president. Trump's efforts to overturn the election in january and also some alarming things that the chairman of the joint chief-of-staff may have done plus of course we will have cocktail chatter and a reminder dear listeners that we've got our conundrum show coming up and we need your conundrums. What is a conundrum that you have faced in your life an ethical. Quandary dilemma immoral. A moral question. We're going to talk about things like. Would you.

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Author Sabrina Strings on the Racial Origins of Fat Phobia

Food Heaven Podcast

01:55 min | Last week

Author Sabrina Strings on the Racial Origins of Fat Phobia

"To the podcast. Sabrina thank you on so excited to have you so tell us about how you started to explore issues of body image and wait specifically for women of color while this is actually almost like a family legacy for me. My grandmother was born in rural georgia during the late nineteen thirties and so she was growing up the jim crow era and lived in a racially segregated community as part of the great migration in nineteen sixty. She traveled west and at that time for the first time in her life she lived and worked around white women and she was amazed by the number of white women diets. Seems like what is this. You know sort of like a typical black grandmother fashioned. By the time. I came of age in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s. When i was in high school she was still troubling over. This question like what is going on here. She would even ask me like why women dying to be thin. And i was like sixteen years old but it wasn't until about ten years later when i was working in a predominantly black community in san francisco baby hunters points. I met women of color who were hiv positive. And we're attaining an hiv medication adherence clinic where i was a researcher who refuse to take their medications for fear of gaining weight. And i thought oh. Wow you know this. What was clearly a phenomenon that was mostly about middle class white women in the nineteen sixties arguably even through the ninety s. Clearly by the early dots was something. That was impacting women of color as well so i wanted to be able to dig further into this question of why is it so important for women of all racial ethnic backgrounds at this point to feel like they need to discipline themselves and maintain a particular. Wait

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"x. thin" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

04:58 min | Last week

"x. thin" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"Stare at them. Yeah if they say something. You don't respond because then you're having compensation entity yeah you. Don't i see you. But i don't see you right. You know you're not you're not. The navy always comes back avatar of course. Why do you think. James cameron made it. That was the baseline for society. Yeah i'm just saying christmas. Twenty twenty two avatar to it's underwater. This time we'll see you there. Get your tickets preorder. Now on are they gonna bring dot com. Bring back three d for that. I'm sure they're going to bring back three d for that. They haven't done three for so long and they didn't before either avatars started the whole thing up and then it was four years of dumb three d. stuff and i'm sure it's going to happen again. Do you think there will be three d. tv's once again on the market. I don't think so. They failed so badly so so badly when they finally three tv. Where you don't need glasses and it just projects three these stuff and you can just watch it from your couch. That will be a different kind of technology. People will be interested in but it's pretty far away probably yep feels pretty far anyway. Wow all of that said sinn. Johnson is open under the gun with queen. Jack off suit double calling the as four of hearts there's a garbage human between won't matter. The pot is eleven hundred dollars. The flop is five of hearts jack. Deuce of hearts say that's pretty bad for johnson. Maybe making money makes his money just by flopping the nuts with a redrado the super nuts and when your opponent you're under the gun opponent has top pair and what looks like a redraw with at least a reasonable kicker. Yeah like yeesh king seven spades near this flop. Not going to matter. No all right. Is there any any reason for money matters to bet here just to lead. It's not absolutely horrible to lead. I don't think since the fact that it's an open on the gun makes me want to check his a lot about here. Any jackie over pair. He's probably. I don't know i don't know if he's bending all repairs. Yeah that's like. He's two black aces. He betting often guys check here. I agree actually. You're kind of arguing for check for a lead. Me i am. I am moving towards if he doesn't have a heart and his hand is sin ever betting. Maybe he jack jack jack. He's willing to bet because he's willing to go with it but either way you're getting a lot of money in there if he has jack jack that is that is true. Heartbeat come on the tournament checks through. That'd be the only way you don't right so leading makes us. That doesn't happen right so leaning isn't bad that way at all. I don't hate a lead it all here. We make sure we get three streets of value. When are actually has like two two black aces opponents of most read kings. They're not going to raise us. I don't think the problem is. It's almost impossible to get raised by leading right. You can get four streets of you can only get three in stacked up. Though is such that three streets might get us all in. Oh that's interesting. Well there's eleven hundred in the pot has got like thirteen k back so if we bet like seven hundred which is kinda big but whatever seven hundred he calls. That's gonna put twenty five hundred in there. I don't think can get all in. We bet we've got big on the two thousand now we're at sixty five hundred which can't get there. We're after about like ten thousand on the river still..

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Pence Slams Biden for Pushing COVID Vaccine Mandates

The Young Turks

01:34 min | Last week

Pence Slams Biden for Pushing COVID Vaccine Mandates

"Yesterday we reported on president biden's new plan to get more people vaccinated and in effect for about one out of three americans if they work for a corporation that's large enough. They will sort of have to get vaccinated. It's being called a mandate but please bear in mind that you don't have to get vaccinated. You can alternatively simply get tested for covert every week. But everybody's forgetting about that. Pardon wall pretending that it's a mandate so let's go forward With that understanding now we have the reaction and virtually everyone on the right hates this regardless of what they've said personally in the past about vaccine mandates and we'll be doing it but in fact checking for that but why don't we start with mike pence who was in a position of authority in response to the pandemic not long ago. Here's what he had to say about the new plan. I have to tell you. The president's speech yesterday was unlike anything i'd ever heard from an american president. I mean to have the president of the united states Say that that He's been patient but patience is wearing thin. That's not on the american people. Expect to be spoken to by elected leaders but but to say that it's not about freedom let's exactly about freedom. America is about freedom and the ability to make the best decision for your family for your business and now to have a president not just scolding the american people but scolding governors around the country It's just it's just not the american way and And i expect expect the response. They're going to get from across the country prove that.

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President Joe Biden Announces New Covid Vaccine Mandates

World News This Week

02:07 min | Last week

President Joe Biden Announces New Covid Vaccine Mandates

"Week. A renewed push from the white house to get more eligible. Americans vaccinated against covert nineteen president biden announcing a six pronged plan that he says will combat the highly contagious delta variant. One part of the plan will mandate vaccines. I'm announcing that the department of labor is developing an emergency rule to require all employers with one hundred or more employees that together employees over eighty million workers to ensure their workforce's are fully vaccinated or show a test at least once a week the president seemingly exasperated during a speech this week urging those who refuse to get vaccinated to reconsider my message to unvaccinated. Americans is this. What more is there to wait for. What more do you need to see. We've made vaccinations free safety. Convenient the vaccine is fda approval. Over two hundred million. Americans have gotten at least one shot president biden saying it's nothing new. Some of the biggest companies are already requiring this united airlines disney choices food and even fox news the president also addressing the frustration. Those who have been vaccinated may be feeling. You've been patient but our patience is wearing thin and you refusal has cost all of us. So please do the right thing. President biden also taking aim at state governors and other local officials who are not putting forth. Kobe mitigation measures in their communities especially in schools. My plan also takes on elected officials and states that are undermining you and these life saving actions right now. Local school officials are trying to keep children safe in a pandemic while they're governor picks a fight them and even threatens their salaries or their jobs talk about bullying

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The Problem With Biden's Vaccine Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | Last week

The Problem With Biden's Vaccine Mandate

"I'm very confident this is going to be there's going to be some injunction against his facts mandate. I have a couple of reasons to believe that you know, it's my job here to come on the show and hopefully leave you a little bit better informed. I don't want to ever waste your time. There were a number of problems with this national vaccine mandate Number one. Biden does not have the power to do this. He just doesn't have the power folks. There's nowhere in the Constitution. Does it say this now what the left this will do is they'll extracted like they found the so called right to abortion in the Constitution that doesn't exist either they'll extracted. I'm not interested in the leftist subjective opinion of what the Constitution says. I'm interested in what the Constitution actually says, and there is a serious separation of powers issue here. Cato Institute pointed this out today. Folks. Congress has never passed any law mandating this vaccine. Okay, There's no law mandating a vaccine. There is no laws. Everybody get that there are folks I'm sorry for the conservatives. You get. There are liberals. Listen, You're not that bright. There is no law. So what are they basing this on? Well. Because of you know, Chevron deference and all these delegation doctrines that we now you know, we we that have been invented out of thin air. Congress can delegate certain powers to the executive branch, OSHA falls under the executive branch. The occupational, safe and healthy agency there. They work for Biden. So the big question here is if Congress hasn't passed a law granting it sweeping powers to mandate everybody get a vaccine. Well, then how the hell can ocean force that they fall under the executive

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"x. thin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

07:04 min | Last week

"x. thin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"The armstrong and getty show patient. Patience is wearing thin and your refusal has cost all of us. Please do the right thing break. Granddad is angry at you. So here's a take that. I really liked on the whole thing is. We're trying to figure out what he was up to. The primary constituency served by the federal vaccine mandate is affluent vengeful neurotics. Who sense of comfort depends on the government. Coercing perceived cultural inferiors into compliance. Wow that's good english right there who said that Some smart with some smart think-tanks thing but yeah of them. Because i'm trying to figure out who the audience the audience was not unvaccinated people. No way that was the audience no way because that would have been like the biggest swing and miss ever so maybe it was that maybe it was to make the vaccinated crowd that vote democrat. Feel like okay. He's doing something finally to help with all the to help with all the stupid people out there right because abs- absolutely on the left. There is a great deal of comfort even enthusiasm for mandates enforced actions and in short government control even though a giant percentage of the people that aren't vaccinated on your on your side of the aisle. There you realize whatever. Yeah yeah just so dumb way. It's worth noting that barack obama esque lee biden is consistently opposed covert vaccine mandates press secretary jen psaki explicitly stated. That's not the role of the federal government. Rochelle wolinsky said there would be no mandate by themselves december. Twenty twenty no. I don't think it should be mandatory. I wouldn't demand it be mandatory than jen psaki just in july. That's not the role of the federal government when asked about mandates that that's the role that institutions private sector entities and others may take and a week later. We'll linski from the cdc corrected comments. She had made that some interpreted. As being supportive of the federal mandate there will be no nationwide mandate she said i was referring to mandates by private institutions and portions of the federal government. There will be no federal mandate. Well i can tell you why they were thinking. That as cnn's jeffrey toobin who had his pants closed briefly on cnn. Yesterday said it's unclear if the new mandate will hold up in court. I don't know if they have the authority to do this. So even jeffrey to on cnn said. I'm not sure he can do this. There's openly now to find the constitution and you know seeing what happens. Something so a number of america's governors have reacted Governor christie gnome. South dakota said. South dakota will stand up to defend freedom. Joe biden see and court. This is not a power that is delegated to the federal government. This power for states to decide in south dakota. We're going to be free and we're gonna make sure we don't overstep authority so we will take action. My legal team is already working. We'll defend protect. Our people from this unlawful mandate governor. Brian kampe georgia also chimed in on social media. I'll pursue every legal option available to the state of georgia to stop this blatantly on all lawful overreach by the biden administration governor ducey in arizona. Said it's a dictatorial. It's wrong and un-american cove. Nineteen is a contagious diseases. Still with us and it be for the foreseeable future. Present biden solutions hammering down on private businesses and individual freedoms in an unprecedented dangerous way. How many workers will be displaced. How many kids kept out of classrooms. How many businesses find ted cruz tweeted late. Thursday that the announcement by biden quote quote completely ignores the science attacking americans right to privacy. The feds have no authority. All caps to force employers to make their employees get vaccinated greg abbott in texas called the new rule quote on salt on private businesses that the state was ready to already working to halt the power. Grab a ron santa's also weighed in among others manners. The governor of nebraska's well mississippi governor tate reeves house minority leader kevin mccarthy ben sasse of nebraska. I think you're right. I don't think they have any intention of this happening. What was that. What was that quote again. You still have that handy. That was that was absolutely brilliant. I think it's exactly right. The primary constituency served by federal vaccine mandate is affluent vengeful neurotics who sense of comfort depends on the government coursing. They're perceived cultural inferiors into compliance. It's the whole white guilt college educated affluent suburban woman crowd there limp-wristed husbands. It was a raw raw remember. I'm on your side speech. That's what it was. That's what allows that some good analysis. Have you seen the latest pictures of kim jong un out of north korea. How much weight goes no. Have you seen this. He is a is a very svelte like he's going to suit every day. Now he's i don't know if it's a this is what i think. His girlfriend dumped him in. It's his revenge body. Some people think he had a health scare. But i think it's kim jong revenge body. I don't think his girlfriend gets to dump him but he wants to get fed to dogs but if he's like every other human being on the planet isn't he going to very shortly balloon backup beyond where he was before after buying. Lots and lots of clothes and assuming that you're your new wait forever. That's shocking weight loss. He looks completely. We actually looks exactly like his grandfather. He does he absolutely does. I wonder if that's an intentional. Strategy would be. I wish we had that clip of steve from clues saying by the way you look great. Never you're doing it's working You have a blue's clues. Update i do. He did not leave the show for the reason he stated he did not do it because he was going to college. He's lied lied. Why have you turned my two dimensional oddly colored world into a den of lies love that next hour taco bell. Wants you to mail back. You're used hot sauce pockets. We'll get to that story packets. Taco bell hockett. S- wants you to mail back. You're used hot sauce. Packets would like you to fill my pockets with hot sauce. Please probably not going to do that. other news. You don't need to know. Jennifer lawrence is pregnant with first child with husband Somebody earlier Nice i wish those two kids olea luck in the world. The other celebrity pregnancy news. It was making the rounds is lithium on who i barely know but no. She's a hottie Actress person is pregnant with john. mullany child. now it's kind of interesting as i was watching comedian. John malays netflix special. Just last weekend where. He's got a long bit about how he and his wife who he. They split up like three months ago.

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"x. thin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:56 min | Last week

"x. thin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"The armstrong and getty show even patient. What our patience is wearing thin and refusal has cost all of us. So please do the right thing. I can't get over that. Our patients is wearing thin. Oh sorry dad. I mean how expect people to react to that. Well there were a of aspects of of the messaging that we're just so awful your theory that it was intentional to form up a wedge issue distract from afghanistan intrigued by that. I don't know that you're right but you maybe they're absolutely in a in How do we get out of this. Whole mode after the cratering of his poll. Numbers coming out of afghanistan. I think they need way to what. Cnn and msnbc or badmouthing us. No we need to get back to that side. Bad our side. Good so he he. He purposely presented in the most wedgie way yesterday to make us against them knowing how people would react to that to get us back into the whole on is watching. Msnbc last night and cnn yesterday and it it worked is right back to the republicans are dumb. Aren't they You know we're the smart ones. Never mind that. A huge number of black americans haven't gotten the vaccine that's because of legitimate historical concern as a percentage of any particular group black males are number one for not getting vaccinated but nobody ever mentioned that By the way just france is just banned all unvaccinated americans from traveling. So if you work for a company of more than one hundred or you want to go to france you're out of luck unless you get the vaccine. So here's the The basic announcement yesterday from old man biden clip number twenty five. Then we will comment. I'm announcing that the department of labor is developing an emergency rule to require all employers with one hundred or more employees that together employ over eighty million workers to ensure their work forces are fully vaccinated or show a negative test at least once a week as i said earlier. It is worth noting. You can get your nose. Swab instead of getting jabbed. If you don't particularly want to get jabbed but whether that sort of health mandate is actually a legitimate constitutional emergency rule that osha can issue. And i don't have the text in front of me but the rule for rulemaking says it's got to be like a grave danger to workers and i'm not sure how you make the argument that for most people you have a ninety nine point nine nine percent chance of surviving the things. That's not much of a grave danger walking up and down the stairs. You got about that chance of volunteer death. So they're doing the quickey swabs like at my kids school once a week to practice. That's that's the reason cases up for our up for kids across the nation. By the way i i even heard Journalists like bret baier on fox yesterday say the number of kids that have tested positive has grown exponentially in the last couple of weeks. Yeah my kids had never been tested ever in their lives up until two weeks ago. Now they get tested weekly same for practically every other kid in america. Are you going to cases. Go up in that circumstance or not so. That's meaningless back fact that that is overlooked astonishes me maybe i'm just easily but so so getting back to the c. You can you don't have to get the shot you can get swabbed at work. How accurate are those little quickie. Swabs do you know my understanding. Is they have a huge number false. Positives yeah i thought they were only okay but either either you have dead virus fragments about. They'll say you got the vid. I know how many of you really really don't want to get the vaccine or really really hate the government mandating. You eat the vaccine de feel the same way about swabs. I don't know if i've seen any polling on that. How how resistant. People already getting the nasal swab at work. are sticking true enough random people at work. Get stick things in me just in my specific invitation clip number twenty is spectacularly annoying. This is not about freedom personal choice about protecting yourself and those around you the people you work with the people you care about people you love if anybody ever says to. This is not about freedom or personal choice. They're coming for your freedom and personal choice. And i say that is a guy who enthusiastically got vaccinated. I chance i could get okay. This is about the constitution. This government power. It's not about medi- medicine. No i got action. Aided as soon as i can They tell me. I should get booster. Run out and get that to So i'm not worried about the shot but The the government starting to tell people what to do and then the next thing after the pandemic does it become flu shots look. This is a particularly bad flu season. You need to get to knock it again or this is not about freedom or personal choice. It's about the flow or some biden. Panel comes out and says we're in the end stage of climate change so we need to make sure everybody is carpooling to work in a car that gets at least thirty miles. The guy i mean. It's not that crazy extrapolated to that is it in an emergency is not about freedom. This is about climate change. Your what a dangerous load a horse. That but the more i hear his speech to the more i think it had to be written to divide us. Here's your proof. Here's your proof. Clip number twenty one. Second peace plan is continuing to protect the vaccinated. The vast of you who've gotten vaccinated. I understand your anger at those. Who haven't gotten back stayed there. There you go if you are angry at. Everybody is passed on the vaccine. Should be and if you are. You're justified in it. But imagine trying to convince your husband your wife your kid of something and going with the angle love. You're just so stupid. I mean what else do i need to tell you. I've got this this this already. I mean why. What would it take to get you to understand. I'm right near wrong. Patience is wearing him land. He is that ever worked on your husband wife or kid and trying to convince them of doing something. Wow wow maybe my kid. Because i held authority over them but in a consensual relationship. And i don't know about you folks. That's kind of how. I see my relationship with the government in a consensual relationship. You have poisoned it. As opposed to crafting your speech where you would only lay out benefits to people to get vaccinated. This is what this is how it's gonna make your life better. Which is the angle he went with..

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Biden Announces Sweeping New Coronavirus Vaccine Mandates

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:02 min | Last week

Biden Announces Sweeping New Coronavirus Vaccine Mandates

"Day. Two hundred thirty three of the by administration and this evening. The white house is taking aggressive action on two different fronts. Stepping up the fight to end this surge of the delta variant was tough new vaccine requirements and taking the state of texas to court over. Its near total ban on abortion late. Today the president announced he was using the full force authority to of the office to push those remaining eighty million or so unvaccinated americans to get their shots until now biden had steered away from making vaccines mandatory in any sense today that all change noting that the nation was in a quote tough stretch of this pandemic biden laid out a series of new policies. The department of labor is developing an emergency rule to require all employers with one hundred or more employees that together employ over eighty million workers to ensure their workforce's are fully vaccinated or show a negative test at least a week over two hundred million americans have gotten at least one shot even patient but our patience wearing thin and you refusal has cost all of us. This is not about freedom for personal choice about protecting yourself. And those around you notably. Vaccinations will also now be required for most federal workers. President also announced the. Tsa will double fine's on air travelers. Who refused to wear a mask. All this is happening as this delta variant drives our nation's daily average caseload north of one hundred fifty thousand for the first time since the bad old days back in late. January hospitals are getting crushed where the viruses surging and we are back to a daily death toll in this country of about fifteen hundred souls

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White House Announces Sweeping New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

NBC Nightly News

02:05 min | Last week

White House Announces Sweeping New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

"Biden tonight is trading out the velvet glove for a hammer unveiling a broad and largely new covert strategy heavily grounded in vaccine mandates meant to compel millions of american workers to be vaccinated the proposed rules targeting both large businesses and federal employees. Tonight just over fifty. Three percent of americans are fully vaccinated the president's plan affecting everything from cova testing and booster shots to flying and new steps to better protect children from the virus. Promising to confront leaders. He says her undermining those efforts in an address late today. The president saying we are in a tough stretch. Peter alexander is at the white house with late details with cova cases surging and deaths now five times higher than just a month ago. President biden is requiring tens of millions more americans to get back sonate. You've been patient when our patience is wearing thin and you refusal has cost all of us. This is not about freedom for personal choice about protecting yourself and those around you. The president is ordering nearly all federal workers and employees have contractors that do business with the federal government get vaccinated within seventy five days eliminating their option to be tested instead of getting shots employees. Who refuse could be punished even fired. If you want to work with the federal government and do business get vaccinated while initially reluctant to issue mandates. The president's aggressive new plan requires vaccinations for seventeen million healthcare workers at hospitals and other sites that receive medicare or medicaid funding president. Biden's now pressuring private companies to directing the labor department to require businesses with one hundred or more employees ensure their workers are fully vaccinated or provide a negative test. Each week a move. The white house estimates will impact eighty million americans companies that do not comply could face fines. The white house anticipating lawsuits regarding to protect vaccinated workers some unvaccinated

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How to Get Your Ex to Think About You 24/7

The Art of Love Podcast

02:16 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Get Your Ex to Think About You 24/7

"How to get your x to think about shoot twenty four seven I know you're definitely thinking about them. Twenty four seven. Even when you're sleeping you're thinking about them. You're dreaming about them and you want him to do the same thing. But a lot of people. I find are actually afraid that their xi's gonna forget them which i find laughable. I'm not laughing at you. I'm laughing at the thought. it's like. What because someone doesn't break up with you and then all of a sudden have amnesia awesome. Have a lobotomy and no longer remembers that you even exist. I mean come on so they are thinking about you about. We want them to really think about you. We want him to think about you. Twenty four seven. So you're thinking about them and wondering if they're thinking about you because they're not reaching out to you to check up on you or whatever and that's part of the reason why they are also thinking about you because you're not reaching out right at least you should be if you're listening to my channel so that is the first way to get your extra think about you and that is. I'm sure you know what it is. No contact no contact. Because they're going to be expecting you to reach out especially if you were begging and pleading in the beginning and then all of a sudden you stopped. They're going to be wondering why they're not hearing from you even if they don't want you back they're just still wondering it's a hit to their ego. They're thinking about you and wondering why you're not reaching out and as i've said many times before that question mark that wondering becomes a hook it turns upside down and becomes hook and they are wondering what you are up to and why you stopped begging and pleading because it is kind of ego boost when someone begs and pleads for you even if you don't want them and they're wondering why you all of a sudden it disappeared into thin air so no contact made many videos on that. It's the most powerful way to get your x to be thinking about you constantly.

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Illinois Restaurant Owner Fighting Fine for Flying American Flag

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Illinois Restaurant Owner Fighting Fine for Flying American Flag

"Saw a story about a restaurant owner in northern illinois who literally is facing fines for flying an american flag outside his business. And you know you see these stories once in a while and you just scratch your head and you wonder how did america get to this point. And i'm so glad and show honored to welcome terry trobbiani. Who owns it's a hotdog and beef spot. Along highway one. Seventy six right in prairie grove. Mckenry henry mchenry county illinois. I have it right terry. Do thank you very much for joining us can. Can you start. And we'll get into some of the details in a moment. But i want to go big picture. I wanna start at thirty five thousand feet. We're living in america. We have challenging times. We've got a pandemic. We got questions about so many things and yet a flag is supposed to unify us. Remind us that. We're americans were in this together through thick and through thin. I gotta ask you terry from your perspective. How did we get here. How does a business owner who wants to fly a flag outside his business face fines from the government. I'm like you know it's funny. You say i'm scratching my head. But i'm really i'm getting smart. I've seen what this villages done I just found out today that just a side note on the only person in the village that's ever been written for a sign ordinance violation in five years. So there's little battle going on between us i. It's just amazing with his village is done. Basically what's happened with this. Show the flag in this kind of kind of encapsulate. Exactly what's been happening They have village. Ordinance which prohibits the use of temporary try put flags out on the fourth of july weekend and i and i left him out there and then after the fourth of july moved into a straight line back on my personal property twenty three feet off the street eighteen and a half feet off my exterior curb almost seventeen and a half feet off the i. In no way was in the right away improperly displayed i was not a hazard vehicles But what i realized was the village designated mike flag as he signed. So answer your question. This is how we get here. You have small town municipal governments people who get a little bit of power and they just want to. They want to express their own opinions. And people in business

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Firefighters Battle Wildfires, Fatigue as California Braces for an Extended Fire Season

Environment: NPR

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Firefighters Battle Wildfires, Fatigue as California Braces for an Extended Fire Season

"There's hope for the evacuated residents of south lake. Tahoe who waiting to return to their homes. Firefighters have made progress against a massive kaldor fire. Threatening the california resort town calmer winds and higher humidity have helped their efforts. But with mega-fires the new norm the work of wad line. The work of wildland firefighters is harder and longer than it used to be. Extreme weather fuelled by climate change is putting a strain on them and other emergency workers. Npr's eric westervelt has this report. In a stretch of bone bone-dry pine forest on the edge of south lake. Tahoe crews putting out windblown spot. Fires is hard tedious. Work scraping the ground with hand tools. Just up the road. Helicopters are dropping water on a main edge of the massive kaldor fire as it crackles toward the tahoe basin like most wildland firefighting crews. This one from reno has been jumping from fire to fire with little downtime already. This year reno. Fire has sent screws eight different states. Most of this crew just shifted from the nearby dixie. Fire california's second largest fire on record to help. Defend lake tahoe. Smoke ash heat sleep deprivation battalion chief. Bill erlich says yes to remind his team not to overdo it. You can see some guys get a little fatigued and just remind him. Hey there's enough of us you can take time out you know. Take care of yourself. And we'll take care you too because we gotta pay ourself pacing and avoiding firefighter. Burnout is a nationwide problem. The federal office decides which wildfires get priority says. The us is currently exhausted all national firefighting resources from personnel to equipment. They've been at this level five alert since mid-july so now the pentagon has been tapped to mobilize hundreds of active duty servicemembers as well as aircraft to help fight wildfires. Some states have also activated the national guard critics charge at the old firefighting deployment models and the mutual aid. System are near a breaking point. Exhausted crews resources stretched thin. That's the reality. In the era of climate change fueled mega-fires ad in record drought and the routinization of extreme weather. And you've got a serious problem

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Lord Conrad Black on Biden's Afghanistan Exit Strategy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Lord Conrad Black on Biden's Afghanistan Exit Strategy

"Would you use the word surrender when it comes to biden on the taliban. Is that what. He's doing in afghanistan today. A total and complete surrender. I've never seen anything like it. For no reason. We added so powerful. They wouldn't have done anything until we were gone. That was the forty fifth. President united states here on america first last week calling what is happening in afghanistan and utter surrender all. Us troops have left as of yesterday. However as i've been reporting all through the show there are at least eighty. Two americans trapped Friend of mine trying to get them out that with the state department refusing to assist and now the incumbent in the white house giving a speech moments ago blaming everyone except himself for the situation and closing his speech with these words. It was the right decision. It was the best decision. Let's go to a presidential historian financier and a great supporter of america. First he's the author of donald. J trump a president like no other co host with victor davis hanson and bill bennett's of scholars incense podcast lord. Conrad black welcome back to america first. Thanks very much older pleasure. Low black the best decision the right decision. You can argue that. It was the right decision. Leave although i don't agree. That was because as the former president. Tim you've just Took an expert from had arranged and mentioned The americans were sustaining. No casualties talibans been kept out of the cities and afghanistan is a whole prevented from becoming a breeding ground for terrorists And the state's been arrived at. Was i think a better condition than removing everyone but About the best decision sense of the execution of not been an absolute disaster. A moron those of your evacuating place. You get the vulnerable people. More difficult wants to get. It's like an aeroplane run. it lands. They let the ladies baby carriages and men on crutches and that sort of thing to get them out. I and Not the thin you under any pressure then but you you know you get the bonus people then the military her you know Condense down to their departure points and and and Cover everyone's departure and then leave

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Brad Pitt Challenges Ruling in Custody Battle

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Brad Pitt Challenges Ruling in Custody Battle

"Pitt has filed for a review in his custody battle with angelina jolie following the disqualification of their private judge. This is getting really messy. So let me try and explain. This bracket has filed a petition with the california supreme. Court is going right to the top to challenge a decision made in the custody battle to disqualify the judge. Brad pitt's legal team are arguing that the ruling to disqualify the private judge in the case request that came from angelina. Steam has generated widespread confusion uncertainty and instability. The decision has made that neither custody battle after all. These years is starting all over again. You might remember. the angelenos. Legal team wanted the judge gone because the judge did not sufficiently disclose his business relationship. Not with brad. But with brad's attorney team are saying. The judge was inappropriately disqualified. Why in thin. Cora will that does seem a little unethical. I mean you can't have your judge being in cahoots with the lawyer of your ex-husband who you're suing. Seems a little weird to me. Yeah i do too. I mean i get it here. There's only so many judges and there's only so many celebrities in these private judges another assigned. They are hired when he was hired by brandon angelina which is not. That strange sounds strange. You doesn't it people like you and me because we never get to pick a private judge do this all the time and they did it to make sure everything is kept confidential. This is not that unusual. But at the time when both brad and angelina said yes. This is the judge. We both agree that judge should have said. Hey i've done a lot of work. Brad's

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Darren Till's Record Is One of Inconsistency

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

02:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Darren Till's Record Is One of Inconsistency

"Darren till versus kelvin. Gasol and that's a big fight of we did it today. It was an even bigger fight than it had major implications on it. I remember working for. Espn out there and dana came to the desk. This is prior to the fight. And i said to him flat out if darren till beats kelvin will be considered for the championship fight against sonya and dana said. Yes so simple as that but just to remind you of this timeframe. That would've may darren until undefeated at one eighty five even if he would have taken out a top contender in gats lem. Who just had the most razor thin fight of audits on his career there was a major revolving door. It would have opened things for till taking you back to that time from shows up to press conference and he almost fell asleep at he was so tired. So you're not gonna expect till the do very well in all fairness that's a super hard fight in a foreign land while you're exhausted at away class you have been at. Oh by the way now you get the pleasures of jetlag real thing. Till's dog going to perform well wrong. He did. But i could say the same thing about the night that till lost the welterweight championship fight to woodley. He was a favourite. The sport was getting ready to welcome in the till era. People thought he was going to run away with it and it wasn't a matter that t- would beat him if he would have beat him. I don't think i'm having this conversation. I probably would have forgotten. The fight happened. it was the way till performed. He did it till greatly underperformed. He got taken down. He's hard to take down. He got taken down. He got mauled when he was there. He got tired within the fight. It was just the performance. The lights were bright. There was a lot on. It was a massive weight cut in he underperformed point that make it. You don't know what makes this guy tick the night that till popped onto the radar. He gets thrown into a main event against cowboys. Sarony i remember. Shaab doing an entire piece on this prior to the fight and brennan was saying cowboy. Don't take this fight. There's nothing for you to gain. You're taking on an absolute unknown. All you have to do is lose esteem. even if you beat this guy you get nothing if you do anything short of steamroll him you go backwards till one the fight and he did it in the first round it did surprise everybody right you know cowboys gonna take the fight. You know that story cowboy didn't give a damn. I'm just setting the stage for you of till's career in the performances that till has had with what you thought would happen when you think everything's gonna be smooth. He's going to perform well. He doesn't when you think everything's against him he's going to go out there and laying egg he doesn't he doesn't he still inconsistent.

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Apple Cider Vinegar: Supporting Liver and Gallbladder Health

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Apple Cider Vinegar: Supporting Liver and Gallbladder Health

"Bile is also important for blood. Sugar metabolism so actually helps to activate the fx are in the t. g. five receptor sites. That helped to modulate needs a ride. In the tarot sites the intestinal cells and that helps to modulate our blood. Sugar metabolism so helps keep blood sugar under control. Insulin release under control so may poor bile flow. Were more likely to develop high blood. Sugar diabetes insulin resistance issues like that of course helps sweep these water. Soluble toxins out of our system. As well and big issue is a lot of people end up getting calcification of very sluggish bile flow and they'll end up getting calcification and bile stones that will end up in these ducks that you can see the image. They're now a couple of things that really helped with this help to dilate the bile ducts and help to reduce the stag necessity. The bile help to thin the bile so it can flow. Well one is apple cider. Vinegar huge fan of using this great idea to put this on your food. Drink it before. Your meal seeking actually put some in water and drink it mixed with soups and stews. And you can use it as a morning primer as well as put in some water and drink it. I do that in the morning pretty much every day. Very good the malic acid. That's narrates very good for dilating the bile ducts apple cider vinegar. Also when you put it on food helps to pre digest the food so the acids in their help to stimulate your own digestive juices so your stomach. Acid your bile pancreatic enzyme release but then also when he put it on the food because it's acidic. It's actually helping to break down the protein. The carbohydrates things like that if the digestive process started before even put it in your body so really good idea now. What i don't recommend is Drinking this straight you wanna really dilute it if you drink it straight. It's going to be very harsh on your esophagus. And that's not healthy. Offer some people. You might gargle with it. You know if you have a sore throat. In order doubt sterilize and kill bacteria that might be damaging your throat however in general on a day-to-day basis. You wanna make sure you're deluding this. Pretty well I would say at least four. Ounces of water per tablespoon of apple cider

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Does an Aspirin a Day Keep the Doctor Away?

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Does an Aspirin a Day Keep the Doctor Away?

"Salicylic acid. The active ingredient in aspirin has been used for thousands of years as an anti inflammatory painkiller. In the form of willow tree bark extract. Which pocket is used to treat fever until alleviate pain during childbirth. It became trademarked as drug in eighteen. Ninety nine remains to this day probably the most commonly used drug in the world one of the reasons that remained so popular. Despite the fact that we have better painkillers now is that it also acts as a blood thinner. Millions of people. Now take aspirin. On a daily basis to treat or prevent heart disease it all started back in nineteen fifty three with the publication of this landmark. Study in the new england journal of medicine length of life and cause of death in rheumatoid arthritis paper started out with the sense. It has often been said that the way to live long life is to acquire rheumatism. They found fewer deaths than expected from accidents. Which could be explained by the fact that people with arthritis probably aren't out you know going skiing but also significantly fewer deaths from heart attacks. Maybe it was all the aspirin. They were taking for their joins. Those thinning their blood and preventing clots forming in their coronary arteries in their heart. And so in the nineteen sixties. There were calls to study whether aspirin would help those. At risk for blood clots and the nineteen seventies. We got our wish study suggesting regular aspirin intake protects against heart attacks today. The official recommendations that low dose aspirin is recommended for all patients with heart disease but in the general population for those without a known history of heart disease or stroke dealy. Aspirin is only recommended when the heart disease benefits outweigh the risks of

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Is Thinning Hair a Sign That Something Else Is off With Your Health?

Ask The Health Expert

02:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Is Thinning Hair a Sign That Something Else Is off With Your Health?

"The first thing. That comes to my mind when i hear about thinning. Hair especially with women is that That could have a potential thyroid problem and generally. It's going to be hypothyroid where they don't have enough thyroid. Hormone the way that you would test for. That would be a thyroid blood panel. That's one of the symptoms that you'll find with somebody who doesn't have enough thyroid. Hormones is hair loss so that would be definitely something that i would want to get checked out right away. Usually there's going to be other symptoms associated with that things like fatigue weight gain and such but certainly place to start in addition to that though there are other factors that are actually probably more common that we see in my My health health clinic when my in my coaching program and that is going to be things like stress we have. We live in a stressful society. Right now and no doubt. It can be accumulated stress that can create that it can be sudden stress. Even i've a story about a young lady who works for me who began working out and she really went from zero to sixty overnight with her workouts and she noticed one of her symptoms from that was hair loss. So any kind of stress. It doesn't have to be emotional. Stresses the way that we think of but also a bigger issue is going to be what. We call hormone resistance. You can have adequate levels of thyroid hormone about fifty percent of the people who have thyroid. Problems will actually test normal if they went actually in and got that blood test. But what's happening is the hormone itself while it's in the blood it's there to be tested and it's you know they can read it as normal but if it's not able to get into the cells of the body then it can't do its job and that hormone resistance. People have heard of insulin resistance as it relates to diabetes. A lot of people have heard of that. it's not just insulin. it can be thyroid. it can be. Estrogen can be testosterone any type of hormone that is being resisted at the cell. And a can't get in and do its job. You're gonna get symptoms like you don't have enough of those hormones The the reason that we have that is because the cells become damaged and when they become damaged because we eat too much sugar. We have too many bad fats. What i would call denatured fats Too many toxins in our life too much stress not enough quality sleep nutrient deficiencies these type of things that i would associate with western lifestyle if you will. They can damage ourselves. When our cell membrane becomes damage now it becomes inflamed when it becomes inflamed. It can it can actually create a barrier where the hormones cannot be. They're not able to get into the

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Who Are the Belarusian Cyber Partisans?

Risky Business

02:22 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Are the Belarusian Cyber Partisans?

"The first place. I want to talk about these actually. From patrick neil at mit technology review. And i think he's written probably one of the stories here About the cyber partisans in belarus. These this is the group that claimed to be hacktivists. Who ex filled a whole bunch of Data that's critical to the functioning of the belarusian. Sort of security apparatus and. Yeah he's got he's got right up really talking about this group. It's interesting stuff. Yes this is a really good return to the because we talked wasn't two or three weeks ago on the show win by. I started dropping some of the things that this group the partisans had hacked out the various interstate security apparatus in belarus. And this kind of goes back and looks at. That story has a bunch more details about kind of the makeup of the group They should be saying something. Like fifteen ish people bounce from the work in the tech industry and belarus in general and a few that have some sub security experience about what kind of learning to hack on the fly supported by a whole bunch of ex patriots involuntary ex patriot belarussian police and other state security people that fled the country after you know some of the bad things down in las relations and they end up providing support and gardens and analytics To help them go through. The process of making the most of the networks have a gangster. I think this kind of spitballing at times like it. Is this exactly what it sounds like. Is it really activists and local did initially talk about this. We came down on the side of well. This actually looks like it might be genuine kind of weird and it starts is to see some stories that back out that feel that we have at the time because we were going on. I'm pretty thin input at that at that point in the story but this is just an i was reading. This and i'm struck by this is like really walked inside a threat. Looks like you know we. We've seen so much has been made in writing about computer security over the you know the the dangers of insiders. This is really the in game of of insider when your own national government is using the people who work the mechanics of your national governments have security apparatus tuning against you and then using those tolls against the government and that's just a. That's inside three writ large and it's really interesting to see.

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Trump Is Blaming Biden and ‘the Woke Generals’ for Afghanistan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump Is Blaming Biden and ‘the Woke Generals’ for Afghanistan

"At some point. The blame trump routine is going to wear thin with all americans. Even democrats have to be rolling their eyes at biden's disastrous response. That this is somehow trump's vol speaking of trump. He spent a long time with sean hannity last night on fox news pointed out some really important things to remember about this debacle in afghanistan well biden in the woke generals. They're just woke. I mean you look at what they're talking about. I was thinking even at the end of my time. I was seeing letters being sent out about equality and all of these different things. The soldiers they wanna fight they wanna be prepared to fight soldiers but the woke generals and has gotten to a level where that nobody can even believe they were looking to get out but they forgot one thing. They forgot to take the people with them and the merchandise were the meeting. They forgot to take the greatest military equipment anywhere in the world with them. And it's hard to believe actually because the child would have understood you. Get the military outlast. A childhood of understood that. How could they have done this to our country pretty Pretty profound sounds pretty fired up as he should be. He also of course observed what the world must be thinking and what. The world is thinking of this failure by the united states of america. And you know who. We look. So bad in front of his russia and china and kim jong un north korea and the european union that laughing at us at a horrible meeting with the g. seven the other day they went out and they were going wild. You've you so what happened in parliament. British parliament where statements are made about our country and about our president. Nobody's ever spoken about our country or president. The way they did in parliament It is so embarrassing but the embarrassments the least of it. There's great danger right now. He's right it's not just the embarrassment. Shame the humiliation that. The united states is experiencing it's the concern and the fear and the great danger.

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"x. thin" Discussed on Unravel True Crime

Unravel True Crime

03:40 min | 11 months ago

"x. thin" Discussed on Unravel True Crime

"The hey my in clock from the unraveled. True crime series blood on the tracks for the past two years of been working on another compelling story of this spirited aboriginal dance daniel york but he's not a cold case it's more complicated than that thin black line dives deep into what happened when daniel and his mates went from a few drinks in a park to the back of a police fan. An independent inquiry would find no fault with police and that daniel of natural causes over six episodes. We made those who say that. Not only could. Daniel's death have been prevented but that he shouldn't have been arrested in the first place. You'll hear from the one eyewitness who saw it all unfold speaking publicly for the first time in almost three decades and we ask. Why does daniel's death still resonate on a spring day in nineteen ninety three. A group of teenage boys are killing. Time in brisbane's west end with that that sweden and we sort of made it back to you. Must greg pile. Police order followed us from set by thinking kept roaming. Pass the when i just kept doing and cowboy because well drum jonathan real slow. I won't do and we're starting a police. Paddy wagons starts following them then a tense standoff begins and all hell breaks loose. Then run beyond me. And i'll sort of looking back as i was running enough team running but sort of lending slap marsh and daniela laughed and a rather stay around cope of also let him go. Let him down. And there's a slogan. I mean what one. I thought of panicking a one when i had for pulse coordinator counselor so by the end of the day. Eighteen year old aboriginal dancer. Daniel york is dead in police custody. He's death will trigger a two decade long fight france's by his family and friends but we charge off and we off in state infamous for police brutality and corruption. Daniel's death ignites anger that will engulf. The city fueled by decades of bad blood between the mari community and the cops anger and frustration. Too violent form on the streets of brisbane today. An inquiry rules the dances death as unsuspicious. It plays police of any wrongdoing completely. Exonerates all offices to site today king pool at south of bashed.

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"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"The final dinner party scene once again begins with a display of glassware material from the final two chapters of the novel has been consolidated at the Normandy where Nick almost as a demonstration to please nora solves explains the mystery. The opening shots presented the table as a forest of empty glasses and extension of the abundant flower arrangement as if the stemware had exploded into bloom part of the garden of earthly delights over which Nick and Nora preside. In this post prohibition moment rather than preventing the guests from drinking the police force them to drink specifically Morelli noon girlfriend. Marian. And Tanner Knicks, resolution of the troublesome case allows him nor to return to the pursuit of pleasure in their wet heaven New York before taking a train west. The scene offers an example of the detective film at its most formulaic with the detective telling the tale of the crime holding the focus one by one on the various suspects as each proclaims his or her innocence, and finally revealing the guilty party. A survey of the people at the table shows and intersecting accumulation of independent women from Nora. Tamimi to the wife who never divorced Jorgensen to the skillet throwing Marian. Even Dorothy is not without spirit though she has been framed as a damsel in distress rescued to become a bride perspective mother, which creates a small rip in the film's logical fabric. The result of shoehorning Hammett's novel into a Hollywood and MGM. Master. Narrative. If the success of the film was assured by its timeliness, the Anti temperance window of opportunity that it took advantage of was extremely brief. An article in variety from February of one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four announced that what had been smart during prohibition was changing with repeal going on the wagon and staying there is threatening to reach epidemic proportions. The article claims though it was smart to drink. Now, it's smarter to refuse a drink. The parties in the thin man conceive Hackett and Goodrich just weeks before the article in variety appeared reflect a point and a culmination. The century long battle over alcohol was finished to be replaced by other issues among them. The social impact of economic collapse, the new deal war in Europe and the fear of communism. For Twenty first century viewers with the urgency of the struggle over alcohol. Now, largely forgotton the thin man is mainly remembered simply for the couple there grace and wit and their embrace of life as they find it. That concludes our episode on the thin man. I would love to hear what you think of this classic movie must.

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"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Thus. The thin man focuses on the value of a relationship between consenting adults in the present, rather than a broader imperative to reproduce and nurture children for the future. Van Dyke recreates Hammett's repeated mention of drink through a Meson send focusing on Gos- wear. The scene in which Dorothy I approaches nick. For example, a variation on ham it's opening scene from the novel is staged against a wall of glassware. Her introduction is presented as an interruption of knicks cocktail hour, and she only recognizes him because he is in his most characteristic posture draining drink. When she approaches he reflexively asks the bartender for another glass and when Tommy Approaches Nick repeats the request an unvarying ritual of sociability. After Nora's arrival among the most familiar moments. In American, cinema she and Nick are similarly seated in front of a wall of glasses nor requesting Martinis, to match her husband. Drink is thus a mark of their equality and in conjunction with her shopping and a tire it marks nor as the rich girl striving to stay in sync with this man of the people who is also a man of the world. The MESON, send the couple friend against the wall of crystal. Martini glasses perfectly expresses knicks focused appreciation of alcohol in this film in Sync with the historical moment of the New York Nightlife at the repeal of prohibition. The ten minute party scene at the Normandy continues the visual development of the theme. The party scene emphasizes a sense of social diversity facilitated by drink. It opens with Nora adding a drink to a trait nick is about to deliver to the guests. The camera follows the glasses as nick moves around the room revealing the heterogeneous crowd cutting at one point to a smaller trae that.

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"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Except for Dorothy Tommy, all of the relationships are dysfunctional in ways that highlight aspects of the success of Nick and Nora. The mismatch of brains with Mimi's shallow opportunism for example, repeated in winus relationship with wolf is a grotesque version of the quid pro quo represented in the pairing of Knicks experience with Nora's beauty, wit and wealth. Similarly, the handsome Jorgensen lives off Mimi's money as nick depends on Nora's yet jurgensen has never worked. Well, Nick has been a highly successful detective known hyphen Marian a crude lower class version of dysfunctional complementarity excluded from the film or the edges, a pedantic intellectual and his silly wife and more importantly the Quinn's as in the novel, the factor common to most of the broken relationships is jealousy motivated by duplicity and. Eighty by contrast Nora is merely amused by Knicks reputation as a womanizer with less detail in the screenplay than in the novel her remaining unfazed at finding dorothy wine and being consoled in arms bears great in showing her security in her relationship. Then dykes method enhanced the chemistry between law and Powell while giving the film eight Meson Sen that firmly placed the couple's relationship in its end of prohibition context. Nicknamed one, take a woody Van Dyke was known for working fast. In fact, he had convinced me or to approve Myrna Loy William Powell in the first place by promising to shoot the film in twelve days. In any event, it took sixteen with two additional days for retakes still only about half the time required for most pictures of its kind. In Van Dyke. Shooting film quickly while it saved money for the studio also helped him illicit natural performances from the actors. Van. Dyke. Sharon longer than many of directors from the Nineteen Thirties can be best understood in terms of making the most of the spontaneity of his actors in the scenes felt were most important. It translates in the thin man into a raw documentary energy in the images produced by Powell and loy that embeds the characteristic uncanny sense of vitality into the whole movie series. This is evident where the characters are teasing each other. The characters become indistinguishable from the performers, but the uncanny sense of vitality goes well beyond their physical playfulness to include glances exchanged impostures that respond to the movements of their partner. This documentary energy is the essence of the film and collaborations on such idiosyncratic and unpremeditated inventions are far more significant to the enduring thin man pleasures than the script itself. I would argue rather that they complement or extend the pleasures of the dialogue and narrative for is precisely the vitality of nick and Nora relationship in contrast to all the others that guarantees the work of the narrative and the dialogue. There movement allows the connectedness of the couple to trump the disconnected nece and betrayal among other characters in the movie. For the scenes between Nick and Nora then dykes creates a special iconography using the sets and framing of shots to emphasize certain things mainly the end of prohibition celebration of drinking. HAMMETT's novel emphasizes alcohol to the point that it can be read as a work of anti temperance literature. Temperance novels and plays typically present alcohol as dangerous because it endangers the family, the cornerstone of society. Before women achieved the right to own property. A drunken husband led inevitably to the. Of Wife and children. HAMMETT's turns this model, of society inside.

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"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Twenty five Myrna Loy had played a succession of exotic vamps most recently at MGM food. manchus daughter in the mask of Fu Manchu from one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two this was the law that mayor had difficulty imagining as Nora Charles. Van Dyke was more familiar with her especially from film Penthouse in one, thousand, nine, thirty, three. Stromberg and Van Dyke had also seen loy on loan from MGM to paramount in Rouben Mamoulian. So love me tonight a film that showed her ability to make people laugh she played Valentine employs words eight pent-up aristocrat hungry for life and men description that might fit nor Charles. If you want to hear more about love me tonight, you can check out our episode on that film. Certain, Loy would be able to deliver the sophistication and the comic timing Nora Charles Stromberg and Van Dyke were able to overcome mayors doubts. What Made William especially plausible for the role of Nick. Charles. However was the public's identification of him with Filo Vance. In fact, Powell developed much of his manner for Nick Charles in his four films. As Vance the I was the canary murder case in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, initially shot as a silent film by Malcolm Saint Clair and then reshot by Frank Tuttle, with dialogue. By the Kennel murder case in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, and MGM film directed by Michael Critise the Powell familiar to us from the thin man fully inhabits the character advance. The assumption has frequently been made that Van Dyke recommended Loy and Powell for the thin man based on their easy collaboration on the set of Manhattan melodrama another film from one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, which he directed. In fact, they had been offered the roles in the thin man long before only a delay in starting the thin man allowed Manhattan Melodrama to shot I that film however did help to establish rapport and it previewed qualities of Loy that would help make her a star in the thin man. Following the Assembly Line Model of Nineteen Thirties Hollywood. The thin man's narrative was established in advance of the shooting. But in this case, the development of the screenplay was directly supervised by Van Dyke so that both his view of the novel and his plans for shooting the film were already represented in the narrative shaped by screenwriters Goodrich and Hackett. According to Powell's biographer Charles Francisco then dyke demanded eight romantic sequences between Nick and Nora. Because of Van Dyke of concentrating on a few key moments in the narrative, those scenes would dominate the film. To achieve the focus van. Dyke. Wanted the screenwriters dismantled. HAMMETT's novel than artfully reassembled it using as much of the original material as they could. In carrying out. Van Dyke orders, Goodrich and Hackett followed Hamid's in defining nick and Nora against a spectrum of couples. These include Clyde winans and Mimi wind and Julia Wolfe me and Chris Jorgensen who remains married to his first wife Julia gangster ship. Morelli and these stoolpigeon noon noontime and Marian as well as one invented the screenwriters Dorothy wine and her fiance Tommy..

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"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"A January eighth nineteen thirty four, the novel was published just as the bars and nightclubs were reopening legally only four months before GM released the film. Social Life in the film as in the novel would be organized around drinking and beyond the legalization of alcohol nick and Nora's behavior reflected the more profound. Some changes that came about by the end of the nineteen twenty s Nick Charles middle-aged retired a reflective and somewhat passive man concludes the evolution of the private detective through Hammett's stories and novels. But three other respects. The thin man also represents a final stage of Hammett's evolution in the development of his female characters in his defining characters through their use of alcohol and in the pairing of his protagonists with partners who are also their adversaries. As Hammett's detectives had roots in the Pinkerton experience before, and briefly after World War One Nora in the thin man reflects his wider exposure to society and specifically to New York that came with his success in the thin man nor Charles is an equal partner with Nick. Within the constraints GM the film was. Shaped by Director W s Van Dyke who because of his stature and the trust of mayor and producer Hunt Stromberg had extensive pre-production involvement as well as complete control of filming on the set then dykes career stretched back to running errands for Dwi Griffith on his film intolerance in Nineteen? Sixteen and his silent film experience marked his visual style particularly in his use of Meson send and occasionally jarring close ups when Stromberg acquired the thin man for twenty one thousand dollars and showed it to Van Dyke he was immediately excited. While it was a good enough to story. He later said there was something else about the book that struck him here was something new and fresh and charming a romance between a man and his wife. It's the story of a couple of cans that understand each other and have a blessed confidence in each other beneath the casualness and all the wise cracking. There's a lovely wholesome relationship something really deep and spiritual even inspiring. This understanding of the novel drove the casting and the development of the screenplay then dyke requested Powell and loy for the roles of Nick and Nora while molding. The work of screenwriting team Francis Goodridge and Albert Hackett to highlight nick and His method of shooting foster the actors spontaneity set the film's Pace and defined its visual style Stromberg and Van Dyke immediately identify Loy, as right for Nora and concluded that the only actor who could play Nick Charles with total conviction was William. Powell. Louis B. Mayer challenged both choices in his view Powell at forty one and with his popularity waning was too old while loy lacked the sophistication for Nora..

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"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Thank you so much for your support. and GM writer once said that Myrna Loy and William Powell are the ham and eggs the peaches and cream the salt and pepper of the movies they go together naturally as night and day the onscreen marriage of this matched pair of live bodies and spirits outlasted any of Myrna's offscreen couplings and for their fans, it never lost its luster Powell and loy made fourteen films together between one, nineteen, thirty, four, and nineteen, forty seven. There connubial bliss seemed so perfect that fans found it hard to believe that in real life they were never married to one another. During their heyday, loy regularly received fan mail seeking marital advice because of the obvious happiness of her union with Powell. Powell, and Lawyers Breezy, teamwork nick and Nora. Charles. In the thin man seemed pitch perfect dressed to the nines and armed with quips that amused but don't inflict wounds they live life in the moment. But for as much as we associate the thin man series with this dynamic duo, let's not forget its prodigious source. No film is as important to Dashiell. Hammett movie career as the thin man, not only because it remains along with the Maltese Falcon, his best known. But because the rest of Hammett's movie success grew out of the celebrity he. As. The creator of Nick and Nora Charles. Occurs. In Hollywood, the film makers at Metro Goldwyn Mayer set out to make their movie as much as possible like the book. Several circumstances aligned their project with Hammett's novel for one thing after praise for the Maltese. Falcon, some reviewers had called it the best American detective novel ever written many in the audience would know Hammett's later work. More importantly, much of the appeal for Hollywood was its celebration of a definitive turn in the century long political struggle over alcohol signaled by the. Rejection of prohibition. The novel and the film created within a year of each other between May of Nineteen thirty-three and May of nineteen, thirty four. Hammett wrote the thin man during a six month period ending just as states began voting to ratify the repeal of the eighteenth and then -ment..

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"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"x. thin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Provide artistic insight and historical context at the very least we'll talk about what makes these movies classics classic. Movie must release every Friday ready to complement your weekend movie viewing plans. Thank you for joining me this week as we discuss the thin man in this week's episode. In our feature presentation, we're going to be discussing everything from pre production through reception combining our buzz from the back lot right in with our feature presentation. But first, let's get into this week's opening credits. Are filmed. This week is the thin man which was directed by w s Van Dyke and was released in nineteen thirty four, the thin man stars William. Powell and Myrna Loy. Nick Charles a retired detective in his wealthy wife Nora are visiting New York City to spend the Christmas holidays there nick is pressed back into service by Dorothy winant. A young woman whose Father Clyde was an old client of Knicks Clyde was supposed to be on a secret business trip and promised to be home before his daughter's wedding but has mysteriously vanished. She convinces nick to take the case with the assistance of his socialite wife eager to see him in action what appears to be a missing person case turns into a murder case when Julia Wolfe clydes former secretary and love interest. Is found dead an evidence points to Clyde is the prime suspect Dorothy refuses to believe that her father is guilty. The detective uncovers clues and eventually solves the mystery of the disappearance. The murderer is exposed at a dinner party. A skeleton is body found buried in the wine and workshop during the investigation had been assumed to be that of a Fatman because it was wearing oversized clothing. However, Nick alleges that the clothes were planted to hide the true identity of the body, which still has shrapnel from an old war wound in one leg and belongs to eight thin man, the missing winant. Nick. deduces that the real culprit murdered Clyde. Once Clyde found out that he had been embezzling from him. Then murder Julia who knew about clydes murder and then also murdered none hyme who witnessed Julia's murder Nick, reveals the identity of the killer as attorney. Herbert, MacAulay panicked MacAulay tries to shoot nick but nick knocks him out finally nick and Nora as well as Dorothy and her new husband Tommy celebrate as they take a train back to California. The thin man had a budget of two hundred and twenty, six thousand dollars and it brought in over one point four million at the box office adjusted for inflation. That's a budget of four point, three million and a box office hall of twenty seven and a half million dollars. Now pour me hobble because it's time for our feature presentation..

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"x. thin" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"x. thin" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"You then have to decide whether or not you think you are more likely to be able to prevent that from happening by staying within the Party or not and you know and it's not about measuring these things up but whether or not actually you think the people who most need a Labor government are going to be better served by U continuing to try and fight that fight and and get one eventually the naught and that's the sort of very very difficult judgment that people have had to make but I can't understand and why Jeremy Corbyn couldn't make that apology and of course. What you've seen today is a procession? All other shadow cabinet ministers. Who are making an apology in that? In some ways that shows it up even worse. What horrified me actually more than that? He didn't make an apology was when he wooden actually save or the Ross. Charles thing was anti-semitist. If you can't bring yourself to say that I'm sorry mate you blame people for thinking you'll sell French didn't apologize isn't it. Well nine I I just I kind of understand it Should we move onto the chair for subject of Death Gary Raids Age fifty nine made it Sergio. Well exactly and you and I Fifty seven and whenever somebody around my age DIS I you do inevitably start to think that could be be me. Yeah it won't because you've full healthy and I'm alive you feel that that is you know there. There's there's some people who die and Although you wouldn't say you think they've had a full and worthwhile life. Although I have to say when I say you wouldn't say I can remember when I was the minister with responsibility for social care and I was doing an interview with I will ever good morning. Britain walls then and castle was was on there and He said there was somebody who had had being forced to move from residential care home to another and had died and it was short tragic and it was quite right. Though minister was on the rack for that minister was me at one point. Andrew Castle yet but it cools decided dinning sesame biggies today. I remember when my mother was dying and and one of my relations said that to me I really snapped back. Yeah show I saw I mean what. What a terrible thing to say? I mean shouldn't even died about hotpoint Clive James who actually has finished on Gary Rights. 'cause I I really do the celebrity chef thing. I'm sure you've called cookbooks. Because Asia related. Funny how most of these celebrity chef store man. WHO's at Delia? Smith Mary Berry. I can't think of any others. Nigel I Julia my favorite But there's a very big imbalance here an I'm gary rose. All I know about cheeky chappy to me so so much better looking than some of the other slightly slightly sort of actually prefigured Jamie Oliver in the sort of it's cool and Funky to be a chef soldier of territory. Well the lights just gone off in my in the studio of because you haven't moved got waiver audiences lables contribution to saving the environment happens in the newsroom at a weekend because so many people in there are some some people say in a permanent station darkness computers and they haven't moved. I'm Clive James. Who I think it is? You could say about Clive James that he had had a good innings because I think he would he would say so himself because it wasn't expected to live this long. I was some form of cancer. He was diagnosed and he's written. I think he's written at least two of poetry now facing the guy a long time ago and those a brilliant program interview with with him not that long ago as Victoria Darby. Share your good friend Thinks she did it on a Clark James. We kind of grew up with him didn't we. Yeah yeah that's news eve and all of that and then offer the Sunday night and very very dry had very dry I sense of humor. Especially every single word of his scripts on. I think he's brilliant Reuter to a bit of an intellectual rule but he kind of hit it in in a way because he was with his television programs ended quality documentaries but the his his mass market television programs obviously how to hugely wide loyd appeal no he was really popular as you say he's become less well known in recent years except that he's writing has continued and his poetry was really something special slightly more intellectual calls Jonathan Miller who was Trained as a doctor and then went into the arts was a theater director You know such a person who my dad. Let's see Moses sort of massive fan of so That said Nova loss that we've had today. I don't really know much about him. Him as a tiny and I am I know his name. A crucible comes to mind. Did he do the crucible. Now that's awesome Mila Love uh-huh maybe he directed I stoled. If you could use that word in the crucible at school wasn't I mean I've never read it but by reputation it's a pretty heavy getting play simple. Not when I'm we performed. I mean you know it's at some Salem witch trials as sort of symbolic of the McCarthyism in the US. It was it was really good unto food. Was Elizabeth just grew gould crucible. Jonathan Miller he was in the Cherry Orchard at Sheffield crucible fit fit link. What have we got to plug? We're going to be on good morning. Only Britain on Friday as usual new alter podcast out at the moment. If you'd like to this interest glover from the fortunately podcast and the BBC. Sarah Smith and can I plug my reverse advent. Calendar is this what is is You know most years I apply my children. We won't children children anymore. My young young men sons with sort of advent calendars too much chocolate in it this year. Instead I've done what's called a reverse advent calendar so so what you do is sprouting each of be a windy December. So you didn't quite disciplined an all-star early enough to do this but you you essentially you sort of put something into a box every day and then when you filled up your box you take it to the Food Bank to Be distracted with the Christmas distributions so. I took mine to the Food Bank this week with lots of sort of like Christmas Christmas treat Senate and this is the slightly shocking thing is. This is a food bank. Moldovan modern is not the most deprived place that you either GonNa come across and yet the place was heaving with volunteers and there was a lot to say. There was a lot of food but I was quite surprised that there was last. Sort of need in Melvin. And but if you sort of think you kids are old or you want to do something a bit different. You can also enter through December and then give it to them at the end of December or you know just before Christmas Christmas. It won't go out in the Christmas parcels but it will be used in January. I think you need to give me some supplies for my big sleep out on December the seventh and okay. I will find so do you. Do you think of you to eat chocolate. No it's very funny. I did a speaking event. Label at GIGGLE HQ a couple of weeks ago. And I wasn't as sort of fearing thing so they they said to my producer but we want to give him a gift of something but we know He. He doesn't drink so they ended up presenting me yesterday. This massive thing from Hotel Shukla said now I know you you know I don't drink but are you trying to kill me now this diabetic. I don't really anyway. I took it so good Christmas present for somebody else. You could always handed onto me occurred but I wouldn't want us to pull them wait anymore. May I say that I have no. I don't I'm not my lowest that I've been in the last three years now. I'm not back to where I was but I. I am trying now to run or yoga overdue balance every day. Yoga doesn't make you lose weight or I eat less and firm up. Well I should be firming up on December for the seventh and you know what I've raised ten and a half thousand pounds so far I'm the second highest sponsorship donator person. In the how come I do know that in the house but you it is something right that need to be proud. I'm so proud that so many people have contributed. And I know you love the mouthful. The many podcasts systems. Because I've said on the donation page say if anybody hasn't contributed but you'd like to and I say this every time regard is you'll subscription to the for the many podcasts and it can be two parents can be five pounds. I could be somebody donated a thousand pounds. Excellent David Sullivan Chairman of West Ham. United though I didn't think he'd between that again because he'll need all the money to pay off mine well Pellegrini when he got sacked. If you would like to donate and sponsor me just Google in jail virgin giving which are nice has weird and with that we will be back with you on.

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"x. thin" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

14:38 min | 1 year ago

"x. thin" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"What what is it? This disclosed was it was terrible in two thousand seventeen with the Conservative Party. That you literally couldn't get anybody to come on so in in a sense it's not as bad. I mean a the friend of mine. He's a producer on another program. Texted me when he heard what set on the radio and he said may have had Joe McDonnell lend mccloskey. Consider yourself lucky. We haven't had any body thirty. Spain's us a fair point mcklusky. Consider yourself lucky. That is the point. Say Anyway we will see what happens because there's not two weeks guy But come scale question because I you had a a text from a o Scott compensation with a friend of mine smalley and spay and Shit. I think she'd read my blow paste and she said. I don't think you're enjoying this election election. No then I love elections generally I think I loved being part of them rather other than being in this because I do enjoy doing all the interviews. But it's not the same being on this side of the fence. You you missed the Cameraderie you mislead the stories that you tell each other. After each of the canvassing sessions Is Great Fun Campaigning or it can be it can be annoying as well if you own the losing side it it whenever I even when I had that terrible campaign when I lost in North Norfolk which I didn't hugely enjoyable moments of I did but every campaign before that when I was just a sort the ordinary foot soldier absolutely loved. I know exactly what you mean. And today I have been out on the doorstep and With Pre Gill in Edgbaston. And she's got a great team and as you say you know you saw stomping up the street trying to with the hood up because it's to say the least software In Birmingham today but also. Then there's those moments you know at the beginning when you finish as you're walking down the road together we just have a bit of a chat and you get to meet New People. He pulled off common endeavor and I felt the no. I felt my Mojo twitching. What which doesn't often happen Moser there were flutters so So I I agree with you an act. I'd actually been really very miserable about this election up to that point. I'm still not after say lucky on doors and being told we really like pre. We're not going labor because we can't stand cool in is not the most encouraging I in fact there were not a lot of people lean and I only had five doors opened to me. The whole session. Yes Leaflets and two of them were. Yeah and what kind of area was it was so tough it was in the interesting constituency. It's in Quinton is sort of. You've middle class. Nina not posh posh edge Burston but sort of area where you'd expect to find a reasonable amount of labour voters quite light quite a nobody talks about brexit incidentally which is interesting What was the main objection to Kuban? Just didn't like him. They didn't trust him. I didn't think he should be I can't stand him. One of the people said and so presumably your response was oppy. You're not really voting for Jeremy. Lovely Pre Gill indeed. The last time couldn't it but I'm not sure that that's tenable this time. Because last time nobody believed he could be prime minister. This time I think a lot of people are very fearfully he could end up as prime minister. Say Not Likely to fall for the argument or they I think well I didn't persuade anybody days when with your the unique powers of persuasion with little. Who'd which I tried to sort of take off when somebody answers the door about the weird about talking to somebody with your job like among recognize you know no no? I don't think they did you see. Don't you want good morning purchase. I I I suspect now and I'm not I'm not joking here. I suspect more people will recognize you now because a good morning Britain than they would from your days in politics six not more than when I was home secretary now gonNa Remember you necessarily as Home Secretary but they will recognize. Recognize you from good morning. Britain you're absolutely right. There are quite a lot of people that good morning. Britain has a very good watcher. Ship doesn't quite law. People very surprised because as you now at the beginning I wasn't particularly tunes because it was getting up at five o'clock in the morning but I'm astonished how many people it's not for the quality of the guests indeed in right today and this is what and State Labor had the press conference on this. NHS document which. I think they have so massively overplayed now. I get why they've done it because because it's the same thing in every election campaign labor wants to get into the NHL because they consider that to be the subject to the of course the poll show the the the the toys are trusted more than Hsa Chesa the moment. I'm never quite sure whether I really believe that but it's all about privatization and selling off to the Americans. Do you think that will have any cut through. All I think in case I think he does have cut through. You know it's not just in labor rallies. where the you know not for sale thing is going? I think I think I think I think they will their rights. It's the strong terret tree. you know slightly overplayed but the reason issue about You know the price of drugs rugs on the way in which that may will be impacted by a trade deal with the US now. That isn't sort of argument. That's being used. It's about you know selling off to the Americans and that type of thing but people feel very strongly about the NHS and the values underpin it and they can be quite easily Inspired and convinced I that there is a sort of plot to undermine that so I completely understand why Labor with that You know hundred however however many pages it was under fifty four hundred fifty one. How many times was mentioned in those four hundred? I as I understand not very much but data because it was a it was a goodly ward of leaks domino also thing. They weren't leaked documents because they've been on the Department of International Trade website right for the last two months and we sat true so some of those journalists going. It's an outrage. They even redacted sales guys honestly honestly the more you look into this and I know you're GonNa Laugh when I say this but Gedo Fox is actually done quite good sort of fact checking on this and it's worth having I mean even if you think well Gaydos I would say this wouldn't be. It's actually quite interesting. what what he's said and the Tories of overseas completely rubbished it And I think what what it betrays here and again I totally understand. Why Labor done it but it betrays a fundamental misunderstanding of the way that trade negotiations work whereas of course each and very minded Mesa these documents of two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen at the outset? Each side is going to lay out. Its stall that oversee going to say. Well we want this that and the other And then you get into the negotiations. One sizes no. No we need to remove that entirely we've got to that stage with the NHS. Boris Johnson has said that Donald Trump has said that we We accept that it's not going to happen now. He will say well. I believe he's a liar. Firing off you you can say that. But in the end a trade agreement has to work for both sides at the end of it that will be one or two things and he from each country's point to be isn't ideal I I completely understand that But I've known the drug pricing issue for example the Americans say well. They won't to extend the patent spy year. which would oversee extend the price of drugs? Now do we have took that. No we do not as conserved disappointed. I actually part of the aim of a trade agreement I this to make drugs. Cheaper particularly the generic drugs which account for ninety five percent of the market in the end. So I mean look I get. This is going to go on for some time. But we don't have to. We are history. Shows that the Americans when they do trade deals they are very belligerent at the beginning and they always back down you look at the ones that don't South Korea Canada Mexico. They've always been things where they've given away in the end. We're actually fell bigger economy than any of those countries and we actually have a lot. More cards wants to play. We're not the same size America. I completely get that. But we're not a country that has to roll over and just accept whatever the Americans want well. Let's return to this in a year's time when trade deal will be done hall and see whether or not that is the case because I think actually the point that Labor is making is. Can we come we really when it gets down as you rightly say to that trade off position it with respect to to negotiating a deal. Can we really trust the Tories stories to cave. On those particular areas and the oppositionist opposition should do has forced the government to say. NO WE WON'T BE OPENING UP THE NHS serves as part of this world though they had not said it before pressure started to be on them so one they've been forced to say to. They can assuming they get elected. They can now be held to account for it. But I think it won't be quite as straightforward as you suggest. Nothing is absolutely right to be focusing on this as potentially dangerous aspect of doing a deal with the years now Should we move on and talk about the people that have died today. which is really morbid thing today although you talking about people dying death? We haven't some quite done Jeremy Interview have okay I did you want to say say. Oh no no no not particularly particularly much else except that it was Pretty difficult and troublesome for him. It wasn't just the wolf spe- issue failure to apologise about anti semi washed with Hashtag. More Dan L. A.. And who isn't it will be the first that he's not the greatest Knowledgeable person about politics never voted in his life. Actually but he is going to vote in this election. Seven and I'm he gave me a running commentary which I should have recorded because it was hilarious and one of the comments. I mean this guy knows. Fuck all all about economics and then he started on the to the antisemitism bit. Here's why didn't you say sorry. Everything thing that he said I thought or that is the voice of the common man. They don't come much more common than listen to him but no serious because everything everything he said. I thought well I can hear this resounding in living rooms up and down the country if people are watching it in living rooms up down seven o'clock BBC. While all I know a lot of people would have been listening to me on. ABC But for those that were on there would have been sort of several million. I suspect watching that because people would know it would be boxoffice with Andrew. Neilan Jeremy Corbyn an insane. Prove to be the thing also is that was not a single question. Andrew Neil which should have been a surprise to Jeremy Corbyn and and whether he was badly breathed or whether he just couldn't be all still did just isn't across the detail I don't know but there wasn't a single question while you could say okay. Well that was a good answer. Jeremy Corbyn I agree. I thought it was a disastrous. Vote for him I'm going to vote for my. You see us. Bound is professor Sir Richard Evan you see that. Yeah Yeah I mean that was quite I was gonna say painful for me. It sounds ridiculous would use but when I was at. UVA He was my history t to resign about Australian politics history other East German history and I tell at that stage. He has a brilliant mind and then he moved to Cambridge. He's he is now the country's leading authority on the rise of the Nazis and for him to tweet what he did saying. Well I'm going to vote Labor Blah Blah Blah Owen. The day rely antisemitism. Isn't that anyway. I just saw Aqa believe this man who understands more about antisemitism apply to the Jews in Germany. I can't understand how you can Tweet todd and I was going to have a real go but I have such respect for him. I thought now I'm just going to say today which I felt guilty for an okay. You can say well. Of course there's nothing like the rise of the Nazis and of course it is tell you are the people a lot of people into my program. Now it's not I asked them okay. A lot of Jewish people say they're going to lead the country. Jeremy Corbyn becomes prime minister. Why why would you even think that and it was? I think it was a penny dropped moment for quite view of my listeners in Boston for me said he wanted to my Muslim listeners and they feigned into tell me this that I had three or four Jewish people saying well I'm thinking of going and this is why because I had family who died in Auschwitz On we were taught young children to spot the first signs and these. He's all the first signs. We're not saying that I'm Jeremy Corbyn is going to introduce death death camps of course but don't say that the allies will be very uncomfortable. And why should we stay. I self lots of people on twitter and tax. I get it now. I remember a Muslim cooler from redbridge. I in fact I kept him on the line while a Jewish caller explained to him why he was so fearful it was. It was in some ways. I don't like doing these. Anti seven thousand phone-ins Because they can degenerate into sort of just the just he said that I say this you just guy last last night was very very different and I did kind of understand for the first time. I think there's plenty of people in the Labour Party and I count myself among some who was shamed by what's happened and who are incredibly sorry About what's happened and who think it's appalling..

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"x. thin" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"Hello and welcome to this midweek addition of the for the money podcast. I mean entail and I'm Jacqui. He's missed aren't you the smooth Jackie Smith I was going to say an. Im Smooth in Birmingham. What's what's their thing? It's imagine remember what they're strap line is is he. You relaxing music may also on do some singing. They're gone now. It'd be very relaxing. Thanks for anybody. Things can only get better. You're damn right. I've been out on the streets today. An email from collingwood's the people who did that some that we played in the last episode. Because I'm they. They listened to their position. We're rather distraught that you didn't like that song. I get an email snotty tweet tweet tweet. Don't call them political and imports boys. Oh well I apologize. Not Oh post. Can you also apologize for your youth would opportune last podcast. Because that has caused some Discussion well can you remind me who. I called Petit and why that was Rome. I can't remember why you did. But I need soul this when Aiman homes apparently used the word and has had to profusely apologize for a promise that you'll never use it again because unbeknown to either of us. It apparently has racial connotations. Does does hit. It comes from American slavery or something. I can't remember the details but yeah I mean you need Gauche. Well in that case I do apologize. They they go see. It's not that difficult right. We are going to talk about the Tory manifesto the speed women the Corbett interview with Andrew Neil the NHL and H S for sale. Press conference happened this morning. We're recording so wasn't stay after noon and he wants to talk about your reverse advent calendar and we've got three celebrity. He deaths to comment on today. We don't need to delay.

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