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"yale clubs" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"At it and it reminded me that hopper has been on my list as a potential podcast topic for a very long time. Well As i started my research i realized that the episode that i really wanted to do was actually about his wife josephine nickerson. She was an artist as well but her art career kind. It gets pretty murky to the point. I'm almost vanishing after the two became a couple and that story is kind of a pandora's box situation their relationship is often discussed in these really romantic terms as like this great artistic collaboration and they did but it was not a great situation. So apologies upfront. Because this is a bummer episode for a few reasons and one of those reasons is. We have to give a warning here that we were going to be talking about domestic violence. That is a hard topic so do whatever you need to do is listener. Jump over this when if you need to It also may change your feelings about edward hopper's work if you love it. So fair warning josephine for steel nissen was born on march eighteenth. Eighteen eighty three in new york city. Their home life was pretty unconventional. Sometimes it's described as even chaotic. Her mother marianne didn't really believe rules and her father eldorado was a struggling musician and music teacher he was similarly inclines having this really unstructured parenting style. The nickerson's also moved a lot because their finances were just pretty thin all the time in one account. She also mentioned that. Her father had some anger issues as well. So it really was. Very chaotic and josephine was the second of three children. She had an older brother who died when they were still really just kids and then a younger brother named charles and the families. Only daughter was headstrong from infancy. It seemed and at one point when a family friend was visiting when she was like just a year and a half old and this family friend told marianne that she really was going to need to curtail josephine's temper. Marianne responded quote. I'll do nothing of the sort. She may need it sometime. Josephine loved books as a child but because she live this sort of surreal and unstable home life. The world's that were in those books became her reality. A lot of ways. This was so much so that she later said quote. What a shock for me to find out. Life is not like books. I who had done shakespeare at ten and loved ideas for themselves with no background for digestion. So ideas stayed ideas and fastened themselves to my backbone. When josephine who went by joe was seventeen. She enrolled in normal college of new york. That is now hunter college. It's part of the city university of new york system and this was kind of intended to put joe on a career. Path is a teacher. That was what normal college with an all. Women's student body specialized in. She studied literature and drama as well as french and latin but art was already an important part of her life. She had some of her drawings published in the school's yearbook the wisteria and the school paper. Which was called the eco. After she finished at normal school with her bachelor's degree joe moved not into teaching but to the new york. School of art there. She met robert henry who became her teacher and mentor in. Nineteen o five. Henry painted a portrait of her. And this is a life sized portrait. it's titled the art students and it shows twenty two year old nickerson in full figure. She's standing with her body facing slightly to the left of the painting but her gaze is squarely on the viewer. She's wearing what looks like a red floral dress with a white lace collar. We only see a little bit of it. And most of her figure is covered by a black smock. Her left arm which is dangling in front of her ends in a hand holding multiple artists brushes. This painting was made around the same time josephine would have met her future husband. The two of them didn't connect romantically until much later henry. I wrote about the moment that he was inspired to paint jobs. Portrait saying quote. She was standing in her old paint spattered apron at the close of the lesson with her. Paintbrushes clutched firmly in her little fist. Listening to a conversation she seemed a little human question mark and everything about her. Even the line of the dress suggested the idea. I wanted to paint her just as she was. And i asked her to pose for me the next day i was afraid she couldn't assume the same pose in the same look but it happened that as she entered my studio. She fell into the same energetic questioning attitude. I had to paint very rapidly to get it. After davison graduated from art school. She managed to make living as an artist. She did okay. She sold drawings to various periodicals to make ends meet that included the evening. Post and the new york tribune. She also taught art in elementary schools. And that's a job. She held for years. Yes should more than a decade of teaching experience in her life but though she was teaching kids the basics by day and how to express themselves in her spare time she was engaging with the avenue garde art scene of new york and specifically in greenwich village and she was into the arts beyond her painting though she also danced an she eventually started appearing in plays with the washington square players. She also continued to be mentored as an artist by robert henry and in nineteen o seven. She went to holland to take landscape and portrait painting classes that he was teaching there she also went to paris and italy on that trip and the art works she saw in europe really opened her eyes to the world of modern art at the age of thirty joe continued to live at home but in nineteen o nine when she was still in her late twenties her father died and then her mother and brother moved to rhode island years leader to live with her. Mother's sisters joe at this point chose to stay in new york She loved new york and would later say in her life like it was such a happy accident that she an artist got to be born in new york and didn't have to fight her way there And she lived a non-family roommate for the first time in her life. Just seems to have been pretty happy during this time. She was outgoing. She circle of friends and the art community but though she was very progressive and really quite liberal in her us she was behaviorally quite conservative. She was not a party girl by any means she didn't drink. She didn't have any serious romantic relationships and when she had friends over for parties she served tea instead of cocktails. She had her first group show at the age of thirty one that was in nineteen fourteen and this was no small affair in terms of historical art placement alongside her work. Where pieces by man. Ray and william zora as well as others. She spent the second half of the nineteenth teaching appearing on stage and then in one thousand nine hundred eighteen volunteering for the red cross. She was shipped off to france where she was assigned to work in occupational therapy in the hospital at bodas air but she got severe bronchitis and was admitted to the hospital as a patient not long after she arrived in late. Nineteen eighteen by the end of january nineteen nineteen. She was back in new york for recovery and after several weeks she was deemed unfit to return to work. In france she had also during this time lost her teaching job. She had taken a leave of absence so she could do that. Red cross work but the board of education did not hold her job for her and soon she was scrambling to make ends meet. I have to wonder if some of this isn't a calendar logistics issue like. They're like we didn't know you were coming right. Back right What is she was expected to be gone for quite a while so she ended up having to move into a very tiny cold studio and manage to get some showings at a bookshop in the yale club building called sunrise. Turn in the nineteen twenty new york telephone directory. Joe opted to list her profession as artist she also about her age in the census that year. She shaved seven years off to claim that she was twenty nine. She also took another teaching job. She helped keep sick children at willard parker hospital up-to-date on their schoolwork unfortunately though she caught diptheria and that continued to.
"yale clubs" Discussed on the memory palace
"Had happened and that is all i know. Well if you're a poor driver you're wanting to try driving night. But i was even trying explained. Indignantly wasn't even trying an hush fell upon the bystanders. Do you want to commit suicide. You're lucky it was just a real bad driver and not even trying. You don't understand explained. The criminal wasn't driving. There was another man in the car. The shock that followed this declaration found voice sustained The door of the coupe swung slowly opened. The crowd was now crowd. Step back involuntarily. In when the door open wide there was a ghostly pause then very gradually part by part a pale dangling individuals. Step down to the wreck polling tentatively at the ground with a large uncertain dancing shoe blinded by the glare of the headlights in confused by the incessant groaning of the horns the apparition stood swaying for a moment before he perceived. The man in the duster was a matter inquired comedy. Do we run gas. Look half a dozen fingers pointed the amputated wheel. He started from moment and then looked upward as though he suspected at a drop from the sky it came off some explained. He nodded i. I noticed we stopped a pause then taking along breath in straightening shoulders. He remarked undetermined voice. Wonder if tell me where. There's a gas line station. At least a dozen men some of them a little bit are often. He was explained to him that the wheel and car were no longer joined together by any physical bond backout his adjusted after a moment put her universe but the wheels off. He hesitated no harm in trying. He said the caterwauling horns had reached a crescendo. And i turned away and cut across the lawn toward home. I glanced back once away for of moon was shining over gatsby task making the night fine before surviving the laughter and the sound of his still going garden. The sudden emptiness seemed to flow now from the windows and the great doors endowing with complete isolation the figure of the host stood in the porch his hands up in a formal gesture of farewell reading over whatever and so far. I see i've given the impression that the events of three nights several weeks apart role that absorbed me on the contrary they were merely casual events in a crowded summer until much later they absorb me infinitely less than my personal affairs. Most of the time. I worked in the early morning. This through my shadow westward as i hurried down the white chasms of lower new york. The property trust. I knew the other clerks in the young bond salesman by their first names and lunch with them. Dr crowded restaurants on little pig sausages and mashed potatoes in coffee. I even had a short affair with a girl lived in jersey city in worked in the accounting department but her brother began throwing mean looks in my direction and so when she went on vacation in july. Let it blow quietly way dinner. Usually at the yale club for some reason it was the gloomiest event of my day. Then it went upstairs in the library and studied investments in securities for a conscientious. Our there were generally few riders around but they never came the library so it was a good place to work after that. If the night was mellow. I stroll down madison avenue past the old murray hill hotel in over thirty three rd street to the pennsylvania station and began to like new york the racy adventures feel of it at night..
"yale clubs" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"To the story despite its high price tag construction on the new grand central terminal was approved in nineteen. Oh three by just a few years later. Another catastrophic crash rattled the project in nineteen o seven and evening trains snake through the bronx when it flew off the tracks twenty passengers died on impact and another one hundred and fifty were injured. Eclipsing the nineteen o two carnage that spawned the construction of grand central terminal chief engineer william weld goose new. Why the accident happened. The railroad had identified a structural alignment issue but hadn't fixed it yet which made it appear disaster waiting to happen. Wary of becoming the scapegoat wilderness kept careful documentation of the trains issues. New york central's chief counsel found out that will us was hoarding the damning evidence and told him to destroy it will played ball but reportedly threatened to go public if the railroad ever tried to pin the blame on him it was a short lived stalemate by that july wilga didn't even one as job anymore. Once he realized that railroad executives were redesigning the trains behind his back he resigned. We'll wasn't associated with grand central anymore but they continued construction on his dream project. The new grand central terminal the last train left the original depot in nineteen ten three years later like a phoenix rising from the ashes. Grand central terminal open for business on february second nineteen thirteen doors opened at midnight and by four pm that day one hundred and fifty thousand people had visited the new station they ogled at a gargantuan main concourse that was more than half the size of the white house. The pr team called the new digs quote a poem in stone hyperbolic as it may sound. They'd never seen anything like it. The blue tinted cylindrical ceiling showcase twenty five hundred stars in a painting of the heavens fifty foot tall sculptures of hercules minerva and mercury greeted onlookers from outside by the depot was missing. Its founding father. There's no record of wilga getting any credit for the new terminal when it opened. However there is a record of how quickly and extravagantly grand central terminal supercharged it surrounding real estate. The biltmore hotel opened up as part of the complex. It even had a direct elevator from the station in the lobby bullied by the terminal. It became one of the quintessential new york addresses for socialites. Their car magnate. Henry ford trying to negotiate a peace deal before world war one later. Novelists cotton's ella fitzgerald stayed there for their honeymoon soon. After grand central opened swanky venues like the commodore hotel and yale club began popping up the famous. Seventy seven story chrysler building pierced through the skyline. Just a block away. Grand central was now. It's own neighborhood nicknamed terminal city and it was suddenly glamorous it also had a robust tunnel system that made commuting much more convenient in nineteen twenty. Six forty thousand people could get home through grand central without ever stepping foot outside even during the great depression. The terminals retailers turned a profit grand central had some sixty vendors including oyster stands and flower shops altogether. They made two million dollars a year in revenue for the station. About thirty one million. Today the following decade grand central turned into something of an arts district. The terminal had rotating exhibits in the newsreel movie theater. Even the trains were hot commodities in nineteen thirty two a commuter from connecticut was so eager to catch his ride home at grand central that he stole an ambulance. He flipped the siren on to get there on time but he did admit instead. He rammed into a parked car on forty fourth street and was arrested. Grand central had a cult following through most of the nineteen thirties and forties but during world war two. It also became the site of a potential terrorist threat. It's basement contains a hidden room known as m forty two. It's not on the buildings. Official blueprint end. Its existence wasn't.
"yale clubs" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Just order on your sheets app and pick it up curbside after all. Who doesn't want to break from the norm, sheets run and done. Entertaining and informative. John Bachelor. Welcome. Jon Katz. Materials have cats round table, The CVC and now Governor Cuomo have ruled that from now on all New Yorkers over 65 or eligible for the vaccine, the caveat here is that it's going to take months on the basis of how the vaccine is being distributed. Well, first of all on the year. Categorization of vaccine. I think everybody is motivated to move forward as fast as they can. I'm glad to see that Governor Cuomo has listened to the voices of the people New Age Group 65 that qualifies both of us on. Yes, it's Ron and John and yet get in line, But it's going to take get in line. But I'm gonna go do the application. I mean, a final that protection or whatever I have to do for me and my wife and we're both over 60. Recommend everyone over 65 contact your physician John Bachelor week. Rights Talk Radio 77 w A. B C and the 77 W. ABC AP New York's talk station with the king of New York. Curtis. We want somebody seven W A B C. Well, you never know who's gonna pop in here. I figured Maybe it was one of my many adversaries out there, you know, carrying a Tulley gets through the metal detector that said, courteously. What is room temperature, but no. Instead, it's a friend, friend for life. Governor George Pataki and I tell the story every time I'm asked about you, it was that morning back at W. A. B. C when I got whacked, management said, Oh, it's been a great three year ride with your wife, Lee said that time angels in the morning, but we're moving in a different direction. And you know you can't convince them any different. But I had committed To this guy from Pedes skill. The state senator who was running for the Republican nomination was like a six pack of different adversaries to go to the Yale Club. To give a speech pumping a people for George Pataki because they had to take on. They told you can't you'll never win. Marios guaranteed fourth term, He's gonna go on to be the president. You'll see. And there was a house in the year old club. I was devastated, having lost my job. I said, but I made a commitment. And I show up and they're like four of your family members for people of the Yale Club to people who didn't even know who you were. But they saw my red beret and came over. They were curious, and I gave the speech for you, Governor Pataki. And you had already begun the campaign because you had six adversaries in the Republican primary. So when I talk to Republicans now who are being poached, you know, the Democrats are saying you can't win, You'll never win. I always use that as an example. They said you could never went. You beat the iconic Mount Rushmore for the Democrats. Mario Cuomo. Well, Curtis, thank you for keeping your commitment that day. That's the type of person you are. And you're right. You can always win. And that morning, you know, actually there. I think there were six people when you spoke. That was a big crowd for me, but you know, I wasn't unknown, but I thought that I had the right ideas, and I thought the state was headed in the wrong direction. And if you believe in yourself the ideas, you go fight the fight, even if it's a pill and turned out very well, you know that you have thought something. Pataki. There's so much sophistication. Now you're getting these young ladies. Very intelligent, very well spoken. Calling of every Republican imaginable, including they look at Abraham Lincoln on the $5 bill. They liked it somehow channel him and they're trying to convince them to convert because they're saying to them, you can never win. Republicans can never win this sending mail texts Curtis Curtis to the last three mayors, one on the Republican line. Rudy Giuliani and Mike Bloomberg both ran as Republicans and we're registered Republicans without a two party system. We're gonna have the Blasier like mayors forever. You need to have that check and balance. You need to have a two party system and had a Bloomberg one had it. Rudy Giuliani won had it I with without a two party system. We're gonna have horrible mayors as long as you can see down the road, and it's just very unfortunate. I assume it's well intentioned, you know, trying to Help influence the Democratic Party. But we have to do is look at what's going on. They have no longer liberal. They're left and their anti cop, they're they're pro higher taxes. They're keeping schools closed when they should be open. So you need a two party system. You need somebody. Who can win out there fighting the fight. And, Yeah, it's a pill. It's a very steep hill. But hey, you can always win. You know that. I know that. You know, I was in Staten Island today at Staten Island Implant Dentist calm that's out on you Gonna South shore. So I had to go along the West Shore Expressway. Always overcrowded. They've never been able to figure that out the transit. Whoa said it is, but I've passed. What was a WD scratching for years? The world's largest open landfill dump. Fresh kills. And I remember that's all we used to use Staten Island for cause I'm a Brooklyn boy. We dumped all garbage dump every chance we had. And you On Rudy Giuliani came together. At the urging of then Borough President Guy Molinari put you two guys together. You are always on the same day. You know, there was some friction there. But they should have to you Judge Statue ST ST Light statute because if it wasn't for you and Rudy Giuliani, I'm telling you that that fresh kills landfill would still be open. Still, Bill Mel trash more is what it was called, and it's actually the highest point on the East Coast that close to the coastline, and it's all garbage in Now it's a park and you know what I guy was the person guy Molinari was just nuts about. We're not gonna be the dumping ground in New York anymore. And I took a look and said, Yeah, I want to do that. Then I went to my experts. And they said no, You can't do that. You know, you gotta put the garbage somewhere. What you gonna do? Well, we worked it and we figured it out, and we found that we were able to have an alternative..
"yale clubs" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Weekday morning at 8 30 on Am 1100 Look Black. But, baby it's cold outside. You can't buy this baby. It's cold outside this evening. Bend over that. You dropping him. I'll hold your hands. They're just like ice. Thank you. Beautiful. What's your heart? Oh, my gosh! Is this delicious worth of anybody done? The role reversal version were the man and the woman who switched Sides on the song and it has been done. Yeah, don't okay, she She's trying to keep him and I know in the it's not Not cool Couple pieces of breaking news one Fox business. Has decided to send out somebody that looks like they just left the Yale Club in New York City. Okay on Um, Yeah, well, she's your supermodel over on. Sorry. Whatever saying they need some North Dakotans, you know, helping out with us and then my other favorite news headlines so far this morning, Minneapolis, cutting $8 million from their police budget. But Mayor Frye get to keep all the staffing. Heat, million dollars. Hey, the the arguments heard of our ended up that started. It got going out of thread on my Facebook because now there are people saying If you look in foreign countries that cut their police budgets well, they do better. Don't know They're fighting the same problems. We are. Well, many at one. Minneapolis right now is a ghost town after nine o'clock at night because nobody will will go anywhere near any, you know, like gathering place because they're afraid of the thugs come out, which is the result of the thugs winning thanks to the police. Yeah, You can't make it up. Can't make it up. Unbelievable. All came back to more of your calls and home in on all of the topics at hand here today, But first we'll just talk to something a little more warm and fuzzy. One more Reason for the season time. Justin Fisk joining us today on the program to talk about The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. Holiday cheer. And they're getting a little creative and how they're doing it this year, but it's still there. And it's still fun. Justin, How are you? Huh? We've lost their connection to just he must be in the door because that happens every now and then. And I like it. I don't know about you. Oh, sorry. No cells. There was some in Medora. Get back to you next week. I couldn't help it. I just couldn't have any signal is yeah. I mean, it's Medora. You know, it's it's rustic guide. Cell service shouldn't work there. You should just put it down and leave it alone. I know you look at the body waters in the same way myself. Exactly. I'm out Put right. All right. Justin Fisk is here from the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. Hello, sir. How are you? Hello. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas to you and everybody had Medora and congrats on getting a little creative toe. Bring us some holiday cheer this year. That's awesome. Well, we appreciate it. Don't we started this Christmas show six years ago, and man people have loved it. And maybe this year more than ever. We really need a good Christmas celebration. Or do we ever and the show is fantastic. It has been just a wonderful bit of cheer. Our listeners have loved it rave about it. Always a great time. And as you mentioned it is what it is this year with the more covert impacts and that didn't allow for the traveling show, But you're in Medora. It's happening there. And how could folks Get a piece of that Tell us a little bit about how and by the way, there were some shows in person. But those sold out in like a nanosecond. So now the next the next best thing is Being able to watch it whenever you want. Tell us a little bit about that. Yeah, well, we did Park the show, as they say in show business, which I don't actually use that lingo. I don't know well enough, but I think that's what they say. We parked the show in Medora this year and With the limited capacity. We did have a next CLU sive number of seats we were able to sell, and you're right. Those seats for the magical Badlands Christmas show in Medora sold out Super fast and then we said, But how do we bring this message across the state? We'd have thousands of people who love the show and want to see it so Obviously, the next best thing is to figure out how to do it with technology. So we have figured out a way to bring a live stream of this year's magical Badlands. Christmas right into focus homes. There's two ways that folks conduce it this year. This Saturday. 12th of December. We will have a live live stream event that you can purchase access to to see the show. As it happens in Medora professionally produced the same sound quality..
"yale clubs" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"But you could go to Dave and go. Hey, how about we and he would listen and sometimes make adjustments sometimes not but I don't know what particular thing. I had said or done was the impetus for this, but he come up to me off he goes do you write, you know, he said actually I have something I want you to read come with me to the trailer. So he takes me and he he had done a five hour lecture at Yale Club. To be the chair of the English Department at Yale, but he had done a long lecture about his theory of writing and it was transcribed exactly the way he speaks with all the the vocalized pauses and the odds of the arms and it was about that thick and he gave it to me and I read it here in this room. So I go to work. I read it over the weekend I go back to work and go see you read that thing off. I gave you. You read it. Yeah, fukin ready? Yes, and he said, all right. Well, it's my turn. I want to see something you've done so I gave him a short story. First. The next day comes up to me. I thought he read it. He said that it's got promise. You've written a script and I had just written the first draft of what became Bloodworth. It's an adaptation of a book provinces of night and I had just bought dissected the book and and put it in in three-act form and whatnot. And I did kind of want his feedback on it. And I said, yeah just it's a first draft of this adaptation. But yeah, he goes. Let me see it off. So I give it to him about three or four days later. It comes back with my script hands it to him and he goes it's obvious. You can write next season. I want you to come to the writers trigger. I want you to join us. I just got choice for you. Well, well, I was honestly I was intimidated like David David's a genius. I've never met anybody like it. I've met a few people that have the level of intellect does but it's almost invariably that there's this this disconnect the emotional disconnect, you know, like an Asperger's or something because that part of your brain is so dominant the intellect is that the emotional and Dave's emotional intellect is as gargantuan as his intellect David has this innate ability to talk to to just understand the person like you can see through you and he sees all the cracks, you know and Dave being Dave he wants to fix those cracks in your soul off. Now and I said this before don't don't fall into the illusion of him as some sort of sandals and be wearing Guru cuz Dave was you know, he was a heroin addict for many years an alcoholic who lived life. He had a he had a danger streak in him a mile wide and and a lot of people got burned by it. So I thought it was a very very complicated man and it wasn't till it was Steve her all the singer-songwriter who we all had breakfast and I knew those two guys are so much alike that they would either repel each other or Bond cuz they were both heroin addicts four years. Both genius Minds, you know, Steve is a high school dropout in David has the finest education anyone could ever get off but within five minutes, they're sharing junkie stories, you know, and they hit it off and it was Steve..
"yale clubs" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Last national Israel estate development firm CS at a local and national he's got you covered. It's New York zone. Buck Sexton on 7 10 W. R. There was this plot against the governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer that was foiled by the FBI. 13 people apparently involved allegedly involved. They were goingto track her kidnapper at our summer house or, Ah, To her country home. Whatever Whatever you call it, Andre were even planning perhaps to kill her and bring about a civil war like it's horrible stuff. They're evil psychopath that's all over the place. Unfortunately, and Good work by the FBI for taking care of this before it could actually Reach the execution phase. But Any sense of Coming together as a nation as well. Obviously showed in a circumstance like this. And make this not about politics, but but about what's right. What's what's decent. What's fundamental towards society that we all should be safe from any kind of political violence, violence in general, but certainly political violence, which is terrorism. As we know this would have been a terrorist act. But It's tough to have that moment have come together as a nation. When one side wants to say this is disgusting and terrible, Good job F B I and the other side. In this case, the Democrats and Whitmore herself. Want to say this is all Trump's fault. Oh, It is Trump's fault that a bunch of loser lunatics in Michigan were plotting a felony kidnapping and assassination attempt. Really, it's it's Trump's fault. Governor Wittmer left, No. Ah, no doubt about where she's putting the blame on now, Look, this is obviously all politics. It's an insane allegation to say the president is in any way involved or responsible for or complicity. Any of these words obviously is not directing this but That it's it's his fault that they they take this notion of I don't like what you say. And then if somebody else does something that you've never said to do have have never talked about it. But this is the way they try to silence their political opponents. Have one person acts out. There was and they can tie it to that that individual they can tie it to President Trump. Then we're all supposed to think that Aussie Trump movement, Thesixty some odd million people who voted for Trump. We're all discredited because of one psychopath. First of all, is this person even tied to Trump's ideology or support in any way. Oh, I I will. I will get to that because you will not hear this on CNN or another media outlets. You will absolutely not. Here's what the governor of Michigan said about this. I think you should hear it. Just last week, the president of the United States stood before the American people and refused to condemn await supremacists and hate groups like these to Michigan militia groups stand back and stand by, he told them stand back and stand by hate groups heard the president's words, not as a rebuke. It is a railing cry is a call to action. When our leader speak their words matter. They carry weight when our leaders meet with Encourage afraid tyrannized with domestic terrorists be legitimized their actions. And they are complicity when they stoke and contribute to hate speech there, complicity. She's straight up, saying Trump is complicity. First of all, she's Claiming that the proud boys in this militia of the same thing which is not true. Cowboys are not a militia. They're not neo Nazis. They're not white nationalists. I I don't advocate for getting together. With a whole bunch of guys who want to fight Antifa, which is basically part of what has happened with the proud boys. They view themselves as the rights answer to auntie for in some way, But unlike Antifa, Important distinction. They don't Destroy random businesses attack strangers on the street attacked law enforcement officers. They just don't like antifa, intimidating people going on college campuses who are conservatives to speak. They don't like auntie for showing up. And I'll never forget here in New York I had Ah went to a black tie event at the Yale Club in Midtown, and there was a line of a line of lunatic lives outside and they had police there already. But that's actually in some ways almost worse, because then they feel like they can really get up in your face. No masks. Of course, this was before the pandemic, get up in your face and basically spitting in your face. Is there screaming profanity at you? You're going to a chair going to AA Aahh, no nonprofit event. Just just trying to, you know, gather together with like minded individuals talk about conservatism. Total lunatics, right? Antifa shows up in events like that, too, And they'll actually attack people. Remember what happened after the what was in the White House event where they at Amy Cockney barrel there, people waiting outside and And threatening. L'd elderly attendees at the event so anyway. Because she conflates the proud boys with this militia. And that's obviously intentional. The president never told any militia that they should go and do anything bad to anyone. It's just madness. It's madness, but there's a couple things going on here. One is any any attempt to attack the president? Is going to be praised by Democrats, but they they're all in favor of this. They don't doesn't matter how dishonest it is..
"yale clubs" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Was subjected. To this disgusting behavior and have it on video. This is one of my frustrations because there's the limitations of radio where I can't show you these videos. Obviously I do a fair amount of TV too. But I can't show you the videos. And I would give you the audio to listen, too, although it would just be bleep bleep bleep, just cursing horrible words. So can't and it just hearing a lot of bleeps. Is going to sound like we're running some kind of emergency service test or something right? It doesn't doesn't really give you. Needless to say the Biden voters waiting in D. C. Outside the White House in our nation's capital were acting like total barbarians. Completely outrageous. They Went up, too, and this is on video. They went up to a an elderly woman who had to be In her late seventies, maybe and couldn't have been over 5 FT. Three or four maybe. And they ran up into her face and screamed and a and just stuck their middle fingers up at her. There's there's terrifying people. They're they're completely insane. What they're doing is so Disgusting. And I think that what you see here Is that these Biden voters or such vicious morons? They think they have the moral high ground while they ambush and scream threats in the face of an elderly woman leaving a political event. Look, I'm sorry, lives that you're DNC was pathetic and you feel like losers, but it's not the little lady's fault. Is not the fault of the people that showed up there to watch the sitting president of the United States. Give an address to the nation about why he should get four more years. You know, we should all remember these moments. Hopefully when Trump wins four more years because the vicious lunatic lives will have earned every second off those for Mohr years. Their endless emotional breakdowns will be sweet justice. They deserve nothing less. That's because the Democrat Party has turned into a grotesque celebration of militant stupidity and mental illness masquerading as activism and social justice. I don't call them lunatics just to be because I'm searching for a word of disparagement. I'm not. I'm not trying to say these things to exaggerate. I believe that that a person a an adult Who would follow as we saw on video last night. Follow a husband and wife home. From an event like this to their hotel. And and say the most vile and disgusting things imaginable to them and really menaced them. You know they're so they're also brave about social justice when they're gathered together 30 toe one and telling people they're going to bleep them up. Or in the case of my buddy Dan Bongino, saying disgusting things to his wife in front of him. You know, Dan is a good man. And I would have his back in a bar fight in a second. I don't think Dan really needs it. That's the good news for him. He could handle himself. But No matter what it is. That you know, you wouldn't matter who you are. When you're surrounded by a mob like this. This is meant to intimidate. Remember even if one of them lays a hand on you and you are to respond. You're now the bad guy right now. They're going to try to now that the D C mayor and the prosecutor, they're going to come after you. They absolutely hate it. Democrats hate it when anyone stands up to their shock troops now that's unacceptable. They expect you to sit there and take it. Tiresome, important thoughts that you have a suit as you think about this, and I've been subjected this myself. I told you I was at a I was at a black tie event this past November here in New York at the Yale Club. I didn't go to Yale, but you know, it was a nice place under the El Club, and there was a line of left wing activists. Morons waiting outside this event were in tuxedos. People are bringing dates and wives and And we're just going to have dinner and here's some speakers. And their people and some guy got up right in my face. With the police there, though, so he knows that he's safe to agitate to scream and have spittle hitting me in the forehead. And if I you know, clock him in the jaw, which I will say it did cross my mind more than once. And then he whimpers on the ground for Biden. What you hit me now I'm the bad person. Right now. Now I'm the one who's going to get arrested. They're hoping they're looking for this. What I was thinking. What kind of Truly deranged, emotionally destabilised. This guy had to be in his mid forties. And you know it looked like he had never done anything athletic or touched a weight in his life. But now he's now he's like a big, tough guy. A tough guy for the cause of social justice or whatever other nonsense it is. They were particularly upset. His Erik Prince was speaking at that event and Oh, my God! Erik Prince! He's so evil. So this is what they do, though they even went after Rand Paul last night in D. C. They went after Rand Pole and they were screaming, and this is front of his wife. Now, remember Rand Paul was Almost assassinated by a man named James Hodgkinson, James Hodgkinson. Excuse me. Who is a Waas, a deranged Bernie Sanders supporter who was saying as he was trying to kill conservative members of Congress at a baseball field in Alexandria. He was screaming. This is for health care. I guess he took it seriously when Bernie Sanders Democrats Kept saying Republicans want poor people to die in the streets without health care. And don't don't want to lift a finger to help them. I guess he just took them at their word when they said that Obviously shot Steve Scalise. Steve Scalise almost bled to death. Oh, And who was it that that saved our members of Congress to brave police officers from Metro Metro P. D in D. C. That's right. The police stepped in there to save lives from a deranged Bernie Sanders supporter Rand. Paul was also attacked, as you might know, on his front lawn by a neighbor who didn't like his politics. Cracked his ribs almost beat him to death. So Rand Paul's been through a lot because of leftist morons and vicious idiots. Murderers. I mean, left his murderers to have people like Hodgkinson. And They attacked him last night in D. C in front of his wife. You know, surrounded him screamed epithets at him. And they do all of this. Including yelling. What do you think? What about Briana Taylor? What about Briana Taylor? In in in a moment that really encapsulated the irony. And the ignorance.
"yale clubs" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Republican appointee alleged constitutional lists and text realists who straight why is that I think we're seeing that just even winning the presidential election and getting judges appointed by Republican is not enough into in fact the entire process is skewed to the left will ask straight up will you support roe V. Wade on the right no no no we don't do that we ask general philosophical questions and yes things that sounds like people are having a discussion in a room with lots of wood panelling and paintings of you know horses and fox hunts and things at the the Yale club or the Harvard club or something and that's those the kinds of questions we ask our nominees just tell us what you think about this philosophical batter and then we get all stressed I would note that since we're renaming things and we're not allowed to continue to have any connection whatsoever to the to the history of this country and this dance statues or anything else free well I don't even know what the date is when it becomes okay but if we're gonna be pulling down Confederate monuments ever gonna be pulling that which you know doesn't bother me but but I don't like mobs doing it I just think that we should do this in an orderly fashion in the towns and cities should say look we don't want this anymore the vote moved to a museum find done but Columbus statues and vandalism is a crime I'm not okay with that and Columbus statues should certainly stay books I mentioned yell as was a Yale university's got a problem Eliza who jail wasn't a slave owner that's true he was a slave trader so you have to wonder at what point does he L. university have to change its name with its I don't know ten billion dollar endowment fifty something like that maybe Ellen down is is in the billions it's enormous the name is everything people go there because they get to say art went to Yale so I have a feeling you're not gonna wanna call themselves something else little attached to that name but yes you can check it out yourself yes the fancy yell university named for a slave trader ally who yeah but back to the Supreme Court decision since we're focusing in on this right now this was a disaster it's very straightforward in fact when I was reading through some the decision this morning I I just remind myself that I already know what the left with the lives are going to say they're going to because they have a conclusion they work back from it but you don't need to have a legal degree you don't need to be some kind of pseudo legal scholar in order to understand exactly what happened here it's really straightforward any of the border immigration issues or something that I spent a lot of time writing on and studying and been down to the border work with border patrol I've great contacts and border patrol and immigration and customs enforcement this is an issue that I pay very close attention to president Obama was unable to get the sweeping immigration reform that he wanted back during his administration as to some of these backstories necessary to understand why the decision today it's such a huge slap in the face to trump to the constitution I think trump referred to it as like a shotgun blast or something he was very unhappy with it the trump the constitution to the rule of law and it just goes to show that Roberts Roberts has no stomach for disappointing the left you know why whether it's his his own future and family name I I don't know but he he wants to be considered a swing but he is now Anthony Kennedy that's the ID ease and and he's gonna be Kennedy who on any big social issues is gonna skew left okay show now you have the Obama this regime back in twenty twelve they're gonna get this comprehensive member term comprehensive immigration reform didn't happen yeah the gang of eight Marco Rubio helping lead that one total disaster because here's what you know if you know anything about immigration reform even Reagan yes that's right that Reagan as wonderful as he was got swindled on immigration and pushed and sign through a nineteen eighty six amnesty that affected a few million people but they're all these provisions in that they're all these will do the amnesty but then we'll do the other things too English people have to have English proficiency paid fines all these different and there are only certain people to qualify for the amnesty and they'll be a tightening of enforcement that will also come with us guess what happened you got the amnesty and all the other stuff didn't happen in fact there were legal challenges being brought I think as recently as twenty ten maybe even more recently than that for people who are claiming that they were covered under the nineteen eighty six amnesty so if you think that what happens with that with the Obama inspiration wasn't going to expand dramatically I I've got some history to to show you so what Obama did he comes on he can't get through legislation member of repetitive phone numbers appearing on what is your phone number do it much the right order and so he decides that he's going to do this and sure enough he signed an executive order on daca deferred action for childhood arrivals which is a long winded way of saying illegal children brought here before they're at least allegedly before their eighteenth birthday by their parents and he gave them under a kind of expansive and flatly unconstitutional remember this was this was an egregious violation of executive power but he created this right to give rights to if they are illegal aliens under the law to illegal aliens are called dreamers now by everybody in the media remember they got if you use the word that they want you to use you're gonna lose every debate you're gonna lose every argument that's why we also have to say undocumented no undocumented is a nonsense term you know with the terminologies that plot that appears in the federal code illegal aliens not not illegal immigrants even illegal alien that is the official legal term if it's a mean thing or a bad thing to say that then the Congress should change the statute to reflect the change in language but we're not going to pretend that the law.
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"Of all time political cartoons of all time if he know he was going he was shopping for a district that Massachusetts they had a they had a cartoon the Lowell sun he's in a he's he he's in the Yale club in New York it's in a skyscraper at a and a Butler is bearable our waiter with it and I and I it tails is bringing him a martini and he says the first and most intrusions I'll be right off and they killed him they they they took about god god love Paul grown in the late Pollock wrote all right from South Boston he beat up so without further ado how here's your gift like I could make it tomorrow night but it's your birthday right look at it how festive is that not your breath that reminds me of that famous song by Martin mall of the fabulous furniture Hey it's my birthday who brought the Budweiser beer now there's no age comments or anything I guess it's an actual series skip this and it's a serious subject near and dear to your heart just smearing dear to my heart okay this is that I I've not open this obviously is medically CLR mis Amigos you know they always say lawyers don't ask questions they don't know the answer so I don't know what I'm open here you got to turn over looks like some polar bear yeah turn it over it's a this is the thank you from the polar bear community all you'll work for saving their lives for all these decades of honest how always carbon credit now open this is from the polar bear community right there is a there's some thank you notes they signed a couple of them just these are just the first few that was that was saved by honest always Carmen call that so no need to read the inscription so where were the inscription right or to the front all right to the front right now this two inscriptions get what's your Mister Kerr your carbon credits have saved us all Holly the polar bear thank you Mister Carr because of you I have a future Holly's baby Cobb Penelope I'm sorry I promised I wouldn't get emotional about this but yes look at this you see you see Polly and Penelope this is why we don't need T. C. high governor Sununu governor Scott speaker whatever his name is the Holland yes governor Lamont in Connecticut there already we don't need TCI we've saved all of there's proof right there when you donate to how honest always having credits the money goes directly to the bears and they learn how to write and now if you buy a honest always carbon credits we're gonna.
"yale clubs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"There was more coordination behind the scenes between the deep state have the Democrats on this whole Ukraine situation we'll talk about that and also the anonymous book is out and people say it stinks will break down just why that's the case and some crazy protesters govern box face on the streets of New York City that and more coming up this is the second show where the mission or vision is to really matters make no mistake six in show began former CI a analyst remember these are great now welcome to the box Accenture everybody thank you so much for being here great to be with you on this chilly but lovely Friday here in NYC and across the country and around the world thank you again to those watching on Pluto channel two forty eight the first if you haven't checked it out yet please do and also podcast numbers are growing because you're telling people about the show it is on every day on I tunes on the I heart app subscribe podcast drops three eastern you can listen to whatever you like to listen to a drive time so before I get into the latest on the back and forth over Ukraine an impeachment in this this political fight that has become an obsession of of the media and obsession of the political class I wonder how much most Americans really care about this although I suppose we'll just have to wait and see what comes of it all I worked late last night I went to a a gallery here in New York City for the New York young Republican club it was a great great events the guys you put together a really made it all happen and it was it was fun it was a it was like a conservative Avengers reunion kind of situation we had one man wrecking Kissam there lieutenant colonel Tony Schaffer Steve Bannon was there I gotta say ban and gave a keynote on I I've met Steve before I'm familiar with some of his work his speech was for the Mike didn't work so bad and stands up in there must have been almost three hundred people I think were there last night it was two fifty or two sixty in the in the ballroom and Bannon stood up and the Mike was just on the on the Fritz so he just said our arms gonna project which is this what a pro does right that's how you do things it would be a like on this because it would have in mind Fianna keeping testing testing touching the Mike and are you lose people if there's too much of that the room was small enough that he could project so he stood up and he gave a very good speech in which he said we are we are losing right now he said we're not losing any micro policy sense that we are losing if we don't understand how close we are to continuing to lose ground to China for example lose ground to socialist in our own country and just because Donald Trump has been a moment of of push back and fight back against all of that it doesn't mean that if you take it if you take a step back and look at the totality of what's going on that the situation for conservatism and for individual liberty and constitutionalism in this country is looking good if you were to put it on a tour of plot this on a longer X. Y. axis it is trending against liberty is trending toward collectivism this is not what he said this is my interpretation of some of some of Steve's remarks and he also gave just his review of what it was like going in the final weeks of the election because I believe three years ago was it three years ago today November eighth at least three years ago was when we had our our first day was the first day of the election the first day after the election it's been three years it's rather amazing that this time is gone by so quickly I'll be up by breaking Sampras so back Dan was there Channing colonel Tony Schaffer was there a bunch of other folks that rob Smith great guy he was that's why I saw robin the New York City Subway in the morning randomly and I saw that night at the Dallas so even New York with eight million people can feel rather small sometimes while is a fantastic night my little brother was there he's looking very dapper as always while I was at a great night for all involved there was a contingent outside of of protesters and they had all the clearly studied who the invited in and the I. V. I. P. gas whatever you wanna call essentially media people or those with some public profile and was also a black tie event or black tie preferred so most people were wearing I mean banning didn't wear black guy the worry then war would ban wearers which is very specific to Bennett but there were people who are outside of the must have been about sixty or seventy protesters I'd say outside of this event and daisy ito yelled epithets as I was walking past them you know things about all rights aids and braces stand on things like that and then I have to tell you one of them actually jingle jumped out from the grandmother were police there so there were police standing right there which is interesting because on the one hand I know some you're saying well if someone got up in my face in this way I would well if the cops are there someone yells at you and you push and you you know you escalate that situation you're the one who's going to get the silver bracelets on you so you just have to walk into the building and not not pay attention to but there's one individual particular who kind of got up and actually stood in front of me to block my way and he looked to be it was a white male probably late forties early fifties and you know I I don't think that let's just say he was not a a rugged looking fellow and he looks like he's got a lot of time indoors playing battle chess by himself and I I had this guy my face and he was screaming in my face you are not welcome here I'm a member it was at the Yale club I'm a member you are not welcome here screaming in my face ask a looked up and smiled actually his walk walk around him it was so interesting because my my mind set at first it was you know what what a clown in those little party as like you're lucky that there are people here because I am somebody and I should probably get this out of the way now in case there ever is an incident I don't I don't deal with aggression usually by just being cool about it I may seem very mellow and relaxation the show which I am but I think I'm a very fair fellow never look to start any problems but I I do not react passively to aggression that said I I initially had that moment I think a lot of guys the audience and gals in the on its would were it was this guy's lucky that you know because of the worst thing you can do as a conservative of course and but apologies for my voice obviously I was out a little bit late last night there was a mescal involved in but the worst thing I she was the killer was a mascot for really going to be fair I I asked for mescal they didn't have it so I wanted there to be mascots there was just a killer if you do anything if I say if you say anything to curse at them they're all just hoping to create some incident that then they can put on a cell phone call HuffPost Huff of this morning on Twitter which I'd never seen that before that was interesting the one of those sites and so also referred you vox's as as pox like chicken pox but Hey you know they're waiting for somebody to over reacting to something bad in a circumstance like that and so I had my I know that and so I'm just going by them and I kind of like smile that some of them just because then I was walking the building I had I had a couple other thoughts and there was this process the way that the initial thing of somebody getting right up in your face she doesn't know use screaming at you and they targeted me specifically in the band and was smart enough to show up later on when they didn't have a permit anymore so the police weren't there so you go in the back door so you know some of the other people I just when the very beginning about and care and so they came after me specifically and the got right in my face and yelling at me and you have that initial you done initial feeling of this person is showing aggression he's lucky I don't I don't you know take his head off and then there's walking strategists thought this is really what lives are now this is who they've turned into this guy allegedly went to Yale University it's pouring rain outside there's an event with people who are it's a private event people wearing black tie in the you know the all I mean the the keynote speakers are military veterans all three of them and all who serve their country in uniform and there was a very it was just not that this really should make a difference anybody because you know it but I I thought it was interesting it was a particularly diverse crowd as well which I just think the left would always say all in all it's all these white male Republicans anybody was there last night first of all obviously was about half women but even beyond that it was very it was actually rob by diverse room not that I feel like we should always have to have that come in just as every party have to have a any private party have a diversity quotient will the left seems like to enforce that kind of thinking but as we went in hours I went into the building I just from the thinking I talk about these lives on the air and how they're crazy and and it was actually it was good to experience this because this was the first time and I get people right horrible things to me I I don't right I mean I don't read the stuff that comes in on a roll call that's you know your horrible you know go go blank yourself for go do something terrible do yourself in I don't read because why I mean doesn't it's not if it's funny occasional read it but I don't read the stuff where it's just people who are are venting spleen it's not worth hearing for anybody but as I as I wanna Billings thinking this is real I mean people have actually lost it I mean I would be sure ashamed to show up at a private event and get in the face of a stranger and yell at that person and try to ruin that person's night which she did it all I had a great night this section brothers around the town at tons of friends with a fantastic night so it was great I would never lasts only this again the way that but that was the purpose obviously was to rattle people and make them feel you know like the like they can't have a moment's peace this is a purely show it was a social event it had nothing to do with you know we weren't raising money for a candidate or anything and it is a reminder that these people are they are crazy I mean they really have taken politics to a level that I would be I'd be I would not just be shamed personally I would be ashamed to be friends with someone I wish I'd be ashamed to be associated with somebody who would wait in the rain outside of a private party to yell but what if I ask I mean I I thought about engages guy what what do you not like about my positions you know you you are more but it's it's not I'm from going to a party out I don't I don't care it doesn't it doesn't benefit me but I'd be ashamed to even be associated with a human being that would do that there were seventy of them ourselves fifty sixty seventy something like that waiting outside that's my estimate all in a line from placards the whole thing and pick people out to try to and I know that they do this on college campuses but but keep in mind this with this was not in it this was not meant to be we we were trying to provoke a dialogue with the outside world this is a private party that you know some anti for group in New York found out about and they sent their lunatics to it.
"yale clubs" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Bannon stood up and the Mike was just on the on the Fritz so he just said our arms gonna project which is this what a pro does right that's how you do things it would be like on this because it would've been my move Jana keeping testing testing touching the Mike and are you lose people if there's too much of that the room was small enough that he could project so he stood up and he gave a a very good speech in which he said we are we are losing right now he said we're not losing any micro policy sense that we are losing if we don't understand how close we are to continuing to lose ground to China for example lose ground to socialist in our own country and just because Donald Trump has been a moment of of push back and fight back against all of that it doesn't mean that if you take it if you take a step back and look at the totality of what's going on that the situation for conservatism and for individual liberty and constitutionalism in this country is looking good if you were to put it on all your plot this on a longer X. Y. axis it is trending against liberty is trending toward collective is and this is not what he said this is my interpretation of some of some of Steve's remarks and he also gave just his review of what it was like going in the final weeks of the elections I believe three years ago was it three years ago today November eighth at least three years ago was when we had our our first day was the first day of the election the first day after the election it's been three years it's rather amazing that this time is gone by so quickly I'll be up I've for him because summers Sobek ban was there Tanner colonel Tony Schaffer was there a bunch of other folks that rob Smith great guy he was it's funny I saw robin the New York City Subway in the morning randomly and I saw that night at the Dallas so even New York with eight million people can feel rather small sometimes while is a fantastic night my little brother was there he's looking very dapper as always while I was at a great night for all involved there was a contingent outside of of protesters and they had all the clearly studied who the invited in and the I. V. I. P. gas whatever you wanna call essentially media people or those with some public profile and was also a black tie event or black tie preferred so most people were wearing I mean banded in where black tie the worry Ben war with bad and worse which is very specific to Bennett but there were people who are outside of the must have been about sixty or seventy protesters I'd say outside of this event and they you know yelled epithets as I was walking past them you know things are out all rights eight then races stand on things like that and then I have to tell you one of them actually jingle jumped out from the grandmother were police there so there were police standing right there which is interesting because on the one hand I know some you're saying well if someone got up in my face in this way I would well if the cops are there someone yells at you and you push and you you know you escalate that situation and you're the one who's going to get the silver bracelets on you so you just have to walk into the building and not not pay attention to but there's one individual particular who kind of got up and actually stood in front of me to block my way and he looked to be it was a white male probably late forties early fifties and you know I I don't think that let's just say he was not are a rugged looking fellow and he looks like he's got a lot of time indoors playing battle chess by himself and I and I had this guy my face and he was screaming in my face you are not welcome here I'm a member it was at the Yale club I'm a member you are not welcome here screaming in my face ask a look it up and you know the smile actually has walked walked around him it was so interesting because my my mind set at first it was you know what what a clown and there's little party as like you're lucky that there are people here because I am somebody and I should probably get this out of the way now in case there ever is an incident I don't I don't deal with aggression usually by just being cool about it I may seem very mellow and relaxed the show which I am and I think I'm a very fair fellow never look to start any problems but I I do not react passively to aggression that said I I naturally have that moment I think a lot of guys the audience and gals in the on its would were it was this guy's lucky that you know because of the worst thing you can do as a conservative of course and by apologies for my voice obviously I was out a little bit late last night there was a mescal involved in but the worst thing I she was to kill it wasn't mascot for really going to be fair I I asked for mescal they didn't have it so I wanted there to be mascots there was just a killer if you do anything if I said if you say anything curse at them they're all just hoping to create some incident that then they can put on a cell phone call HuffPost Huff of poop this morning on Twitter which I I've never seen that before that was interesting but one of those sites and as a result also referred you vox's as as pox like chicken pox but Hey you know they're waiting for somebody to overreact and do something bad in a circumstance like that and so I had my I know that and so I'm just going by them and I kind of like smile that someone just because then I was walking the building I had I had a couple other thoughts in there was this process the way that the initial thing of somebody getting right up in your face she doesn't know use screaming at you and they targeted me specifically I mean Bannon was smart enough to show up later on when they didn't have a permit anymore so the police weren't there should go in the back door so you know some of the other people I just when the very beginning about in care and so they came after me specifically and the got right in my face and yelling at me and you have that initial you that initial feeling of this person is showing aggression he's lucky I don't I don't you know take his hat off and and then as a walking started just thought this is really what lives are now this is who they've turned into this guy allegedly went to Yale University it's pouring rain outside there's an event with people who are it's a private event people wearing black tie in the you know the all I mean the the keynote speakers are military veterans all three of them and all who serve their country in uniform and there was a very it was just not that this really should make a difference anybody because you know it but I I thought it was interesting it was a particularly diverse crowd as well which I just think the left would always say all you know it's all these white male Republicans anybody was there last night first of all obviously was about half women but even beyond that it was very it was actually rob by diverse rum not that I feel like we should always have to have that come in just as every party have to have a I mean private party have a diversity quotient will the left seems like to enforce that kind of thinking but as we went in our as I went into the building I just from the thinking I talk about these lives on the air and how they're crazy and and it was actually it was good to experience this because this was not the first time and I get people right horrible things to me I I don't right I mean I don't read the stuff that comes in on a roll call that's you know your horrible you know go go blank yourself or go do something terrible do yourself in I don't read because why I mean doesn't it's not if it's funny occasional read it but I don't read the stuff where it's just people who are are venting explain it's not worth hearing for anybody but as I as I when the billing is thinking this is real I mean people have actually lost it I mean I would be so ashamed to show up at a private event and get in the face of a stranger and yell at that person and try to ruin that person's night which she did it all I had a great night this section brothers around the town at tons of friends with a fantastic night so was great I would never lessening this again the way that but that was the purpose obviously was to rattle people and make them feel you know like the like they can't have a moment's peace this was a purely show it was a social event it had nothing to do with you know we weren't raising money for a candidate or anything and it is a reminder that these people are they are crazy I mean they really have taken politics to a level that I would be I would be I would not just be shamed personally I would be ashamed to be friends with someone I would she I'd be ashamed to be associated with somebody who would wait in the rain outside of a private party to yell but what if I ask I mean I I thought about engaging sky what what do you not like about my positions you know you you utter moron but it's it's not I'm from going to a party at I don't I don't care it doesn't it doesn't benefit me but I'd be ashamed to even be associated with a human being that would do that there were seventy of them or south fifty sixty seventy something like that waiting outside that's my estimate all in a line of placards the whole thing and pick people out to try to and I know that they do this on college campuses but but keep in mind this was this was not in it this was not meant to be we we were trying to provoke a dialogue with the outside world this is a private party that you know some anti for group in New York found out about and they sent their lunatics to it and I'm just gonna just gonna say this on the record right now for all the team because you know hopefully the hopefully the corporate folks in the world will always backing on this one but if something ever happens and I have to lay out one of these guys I'm just telling you they started it just there is zero chance that I started it so I want to make sure that we're all the you have that that is the that is my alibi from the get go if something ever happens in there's a video of me and I have to knock somebody out they started just you know because I know myself and I would never reacted less I was actually physically personally threatened in that way but they're they're crazy which you saw and then you also have their pathetic to it's such a such a bizarre sad and loser thing to do two way outside of a social event and scream at people because what because Donald because we voted for the same president that half the country voted for that that makes that acceptable and I would just wonder you know.
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"The reports I'm getting or ten at about Winnie. there is water coming over the highway and it is flowing about a foot deep all and it appears to be still coming down pretty hard. just watched a video of with better Ginsburg in New York City last night being honored at the Yale club. the the words are called the moments for moment magazine is there literally holding her up. and then they. the proper all I can think is. the entire nation is watching this woman. and whether she lives or dies day by day and this is not how our Republic is supposed to work. there is not supposed to be. a member of the Supreme Court and their health serving in a position for life should not keep the Republic hanging in the balance. but politics and government has become so powerful. to some people. and they desired to be so much more. the the only thing anybody cares about. is our government. in the branches of it. that's not how it was supposed to work. the government should be something we rarely think about. it should be something that we even more rarely need to think about. but quite the opposite. I'll like usually use the government to abuse you you don't like me so you can use the government to abuse me it's not how it's supposed to work Rick you're up go ahead Sir. back well lance and did some cool things because we went to the Dave the museum David do worse built honors dad but we went to to call museum. this car museum of ever seen in my life was in France. there was already in in India. is it not he wasn't the one with all the Bugatti's no direction of March okay better in the second this one is forty thousand square feet I'm told Walmart to that well have a car. and it was really cool I mean responded you can help the poor and then the body is in the mall and it was pretty darn good at hand well did you saw the actual winners of some of the races like what along with like twenty fifteen to twenty something and I had sprayed it with lacquer composer of the dirt and grit. and really cool and then we went to the racetrack no it's a mad mile racetrack most of which is through the city streets and so did you you know when the stands at all that you see that and then when we drove the rest of it and of course went for a walk from where the gravelly edge and put them all in the duct tape all one bad so maybe we can see it when they show it but I mean both it took us three hours for the first one and four hours for the mall and it was really really cool. all right enough I've been to I have not been to the one in the mall I have been to the one in outside of Paris small house I think it's it is it's the two brothers that had all the the Bugatti's they were industry Titans they had a manufacturing business and they ended up collecting it I think it's the largest collection of Bugatti's in the world and.
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"Our pewter plates yet it wasn't mine I stole all the stuff are you still I think some of my stuff no myself incredibly valuable expense when I can sell it well I thought that was an a and that's what we were doing yeah but I didn't did you your soldiers stuff yeah I saw the all my stuff out there with this stuff and I got little very little money for yeah I just assumed you would steal it what's that was actually your grandpa's car that you saw that even yes it was my grandfather yeah well what leads to the pewter plates were actually yours now there's someone down the street what about the game console please note that again counsel some middle I feel has now I mean listen I didn't think you would actually I thought that's what I thought that was part of the rules that you know of course you steal stuff and then sell it Eric gonna lose again sells on stuff your stuff in the mail right now it makes that makes sense that you wouldn't sell stock so yesterday I think in this segment we talked about the idea of a luxury beliefs I like this concept a lot so I took a bit more about it later but let's let's go deeper now actually so read article from a recent Yale graduate sure and she talked about the problems that you know yell and I this was on the I said one of the biggest problems is kids pretending to be poor which is interesting so she came from actually poor family even though that's all relative right but she grew up on food stamps that's our metric for I was poor growing up and she says you got the students the professors who lift up their champagne glasses at the Yale club and talk about how they need to tear down the man and none of them realize they are the man she says that the kids from Harvard Westlake who never realized that they were themselves the elite we forget the extent of our own power and we start blaming and a femoral lead to beyond ourselves for the ills of society I want some what when something does need to be challenged in a league thought in a real way that carries personal risk with Dale so it's all costs plays we talked about we talk about the end of the show yesterday to thirty to the Portland protests this weekend and anti find the proud boys I think that right it's all cost place custom plates all make believe every once in awhile gets a lot of hands on journalists gets beat up but it's mostly all for show it's all play pretend it's almost performance art they think they're doing something border better not they want you to think that they're doing something a poor they want you to think they are you have significant but they're not they're cowards and if anything really got Harry of one of these protest at all run away like a bunch of babies and you know it's true because why isn't there actual real violence at these dueling rallies you have these the the the **** and the band to thaw one of one of the actually fight I don't really want any personal risk it's also why they cover their faces they don't want anyone to take pictures of him that would affect their actual lives much of ours same thing with the the IV legally they don't want to actually change anything they love things just the way they are they just wanna get the social credit for complaining about yeah that's a point the actual leads they don't they don't want to change anything they love things just the way they are they just wanna get social credit for complaining about the way things are which makes sense for if your if your goal is maintaining your elite status you're not gonna get up them dog lives only ten nine you are a puny little nobody goes there to they're going to take it down so you're gonna get up you're gonna be a leader man those a lead there the war started they joined me people we ought to take them down and talk to people that way it makes perfect sense for self preservation swirling for severe lead and self preservation is your goal then this is a great tactic complain about the only you are the Oscars are a great example you get these these women wearing multi thousand dollar dresses the Eric the last dress that you bought for your Oscar party how much of that dress because two hundred and twenty thousand yeah I mean it's a good ridiculous yeah but that was including the jewelry which is another added with the diamonds and perhaps that's a whole different thing right so I mean just as hard ten thousand dollars suits they are one of them and these these these actors they get gift baskets full of thousands of dollars with his top which is that they get up there they talk about taking down the man that's a guy's you are the man right where we have you know where so this is the L. students as it is a performance of spectacle about their own morale and guilt I go a little bit further that's it too but it's also a self why can't everything the word what I just I just that itself is a base opposite to self preservation data as well so I'm gonna go down rather earlier but one problem that a lot of people say you know who cares what goes on college campuses you talk about too much trouble they're the ones who are going to graduate and be in positions of influence who do you think's writing these articles in this goofy New York times sixteen nineteen project please write these things who's writing the curriculum from the sixteen nineteen project that's going to be going into all of our schools who are the young teachers who are gonna be teaching our kids who's gonna be running the news rooms a run for political office what I mean who are the people who are the people are gonna be scientists and and and and do these do experiments in what are you on must example from the other day we're gonna be the corrupted scientists to look at everything through the prism of bias never the head of do produce department of department of engineering education or is this a couple years ago that the new head of the produce department of engineering education but this whole long peer review thing about I got I got to find a forever about to that white male heterosexual privilege in the engineering discipline hi what do you do engineering what do we back to the main point rebel it's it's revolution performance art and the opposite of it is right now going to Hong Kong as an actual revolution is actual real life or death fight to the end power struggle for a righteous cause going on right now in Hong Kong do you have the two is two exams of costly of custom play and then you have very real life cost plays Portland real life Barkha anyway so this person guys rated from from Yale she's sit under a different a different student graduate from Yale plans to spend the next two years teaching poor kids in New York City how to prepare healthy food that's a noble thing that's nice big on healthy eating all right right so very good to help help kids who maybe have never prepared any food ever in their lives help that but I don't know exactly how they do it but seems like a nice thing two zero grabs gonna go and for two years the little a gap gap is a gap study thing on so obviously this program pays nothing near what it takes to to live in New York City so the program tells these young grads that you should go on food stamps issue on food stamps so here's a a relative of one of the people who are doing this one of the students graduate zero red is yes give that's them a call right taxes you will love collected them from my hard promise working construction your house to feel workers so much better and hairdressers in flyover country whose well children have he no walked chance in getting into Yale could you come will home subsidize to a clean house the in self righteous resume building wake up of Yale to grads a clean house on their way into the there's elite been a long time diva do what you a bizarre have that feeling Senate race but him there are as well if will Yale definitely grad help you out with that Jeez three rooms of carpet cleaned one decides thirty five to go on food the stamps twenty percent paid off everything for else by a so construction it's not even worker a lot of money here for what in they can one do for West Virginia you there is a pattern of power to pay water so they can no one feel else does like what a weird the patent part arrangement I so they change the PH of water that is three but cool that that man grab I make the more recent alkaline graduates gonna love it so and breaks they're up gonna all love the dirt slumming and grime it your for carpets a couple just years the same so that as they the can feel the self chemicals righteous do about it but no chemicals knowing up full behind well so that's that they're the not difference really first slamming if it didn't and in do two a years good job ago to go get a real job and make they're a lot like of oh money well it's green so it's all performance and I will art get the that's stuff a good performance out your garbage art in there and the star what not of the really show but it's green when pretending I would die they're poor but it does it get so does that they can as get some street good as anyone cat else grad that to take part down but the main then nothing's left they behind get when it dries street because cred it's just water subzero get two years Reds a street cred I do living on here food is the stamps but the bottles aren't of carpet I a prize cleaning I'm I so you poor know when you is get a a little terrible stains on it is the phone comes out describes comes also over you get that all street that cred stuff's to take down this the season man carpets all the while they're the man it's still there it's always there but not we with are the the world residue totally different to give a call eleven three rooms one thirty five usually one eighty nine twenty percent one off out everything of seven else sixty commercial KFMB customers free arts quotes we talk about luxury and a beliefs forty dollar water shipping a little fee a little applies 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"America's greatest coach role in the Americas. Love stories Eric. Like, what you just said, it would just showed a moment ago where you have. You grow your whole life thinking a thing and then you get a completely completely blown to smithereens. Found the article. I've been your time, okay? This is not about the veggies. No, the veggies are in the last off. But I just love stories like this. Why do I love these stories? So aircrews time drowning, and Eric said that when someone's drowning. And sure enough, the quick little surgeon turns out to be what do we think? When, when we the jaws or whatever you see someone drowning, imagine your head someone's drowning in the ocean. What are they doing flailing? Wildly about the screaming and their arms. No, you're drowning for energy today, and you're in panic mode. You'll have time to put your you're not putting your arms above your head. Right. That's not your instinct. If you think you're going to die to what the deal, I guess they say your arms are down at your side, and you're trying to push up from the bottom. I guess get your head up out of the water, right? Above the water. Unless there's some world class water polo players thinking I swimmer to harder to keep your head above the water. Sure your arms are going to be down, and you're going to be gasping for breath and keep your heads going to be back the confer trying to guess for air. So. We're not we're maybe scanning the ocean wherever you're looking at the ocean. Your brain is like, oh, look for someone with flailing arms. No, they're not going to see that probably. Yeah, crazy. Yeah. I didn't that blew my mind because I thought the same thing like, wow. Someone close to me could it drown? And I wouldn't have they say that a lot of times it happens with kids like fifty yards away from their parents. Because the parents don't don't realize that gets drowning because he's not making a fuss. So to go back to the secret life of pets, too. Something I never thought I'd say what power the media hazard there, because every single human being alive, except for a lifeguard thinks that someone someone drowns, they do this waving their arms, because that's what they did enjoys TV show in movie. But that's not what it is in real life. That's the power of media. Now, if the media can put that in your brain, what else can they put in your brain? And have they put in your brain? All the years you've been alive and all the TV shows and movies, and everything that you've watched everything every cultural norm, that you believe in was put in there by someone either someone you love and trust or someone you don't love and trust, and could be like by accident. So say if I made a movie today, great point like yesterday before I read that article if someone would have asked me if I was a producer making a movie and where someone drown. I need more more splash plays. This. It's a some could be a malicious intent like what we talked about last segment. What this critic wished whatever or do, what the last guy. Right. Try to reinvent the wheel like okay someone's drowning. I've seen someone drown in a movie hundred times, they're flailing wildly gasping for air trying to get out of the water. Right. But does that so I really want to drive this point home? I hope this makes it a hopeless resonates if that belief that image can put it in all of our brains. What other beliefs about marriage because we kicked off the show talking about crazy stupid love, which is a good movie. I liked very much. And how the people have this belief that the single life is full of freedom. And the marriage is the old ball and chain and no opposite from single life is exhausting. And marriage is freedom. So the world has a backwards has it backwards with so many things. But so if the media could put this in putting your brain about drowning, what that looks like what other inputs have, they put into your brain about marriage about sex about what is cool. What is fun? What is good? Beautiful true. What good music sounds? Like what could architectures what whatever you name him, what school should be like. What you should wear what every single input is put in there. And again it's put in there by people who you love and trust or put in there by people who you don't know, and should never trust. And my argument is that way to many of our inputs are put in there by people who you don't know, and would never trust. Good story, arc appreciate them. The Yale alumni alumni association is hosting their annual dinner in New York City, and a couple of weeks. And the speaker is a journalist at some online magazine and never heard of and her talk is about reporting in the area of Trump. And what it's like to be a journalist on the president calls the press the enemy of the people. Which I would call the third biggest lie of this entire Trump presidency. The first is Russia. Collusion. The second is Trump calling the. White supremacists in Charlottesville. Good people never did such thing and the third biggest lies that he calls the press the enemy of the people. He said, fake news is the enemy of the people in the fake news. The liars are the enemy of the people, it's not that hard to understand. But alas this hero is going to give a secret underground lecture as to how hard it is to for her to her job in the tyrant, and she's going to do it at the Yale club across from Grand Central station next Thursday at seven PM. Tickets are fifty dollars if you'd like to attend, and then she's going to go back to your apartment and be totally fine. No matter what she says, she'll have a right. Meanwhile in Iran. A judge sentenced a journalist to four and a half years in prison. For quote spreading misinformation. And insulting. The supreme leader. Four and a half years. But he's lucky. At least he isn't gay. Had chopped off. So how about a nice little extra series on what it's like to be a journalist? In a country where there is no freedom of the press. Well, but the president sends out mean tweets. I wanna talk about London and Minneapolis. London, minneapolis. Maybe we'll put some time and you're talking about the president inland. But actually, this is very little to do with that. So we've had this theme, the last few days that has accidentally emerged and ital- progressives want it both ways. So define me by my disability don't define me by my disability defined me by my skin color, do not even notice my skin color define me by my sexual preference. But don't define me by my sexual preference. Are we gave examples of each of those over the last few days and they've rigged the game? So you always lose your always a big at no matter what you do. Or don't do if you say something, you're a big if you don't say something, big you lose no matter what, and that's the point. So this is John Cleese John Cleese from Monty python. He wrote on Twitter, he said some years ago. I. Oh, pined that London was not really an English city anymore. Since then, virtually all my friends from abroad if confirmed my observation. So there must be some truth in it. I note also that London was the UK city that voted most strongly to remain in the European Union. So he said that the other dating and be trouble because it sounds like he's criticizing diversity. But what he said, is true. It's not really a English city anymore. And that's true. And in fact, you have people criticizing him for saying that. How dare you say that how dare you? But also the fact that it's not really the city anymore celebrated. The mayor of London said recently diversity is our greatest strength. And he said, London is proud to be a global hub. Well, isn't that what John cleese's saying? He saying that London has become a global hub diversified, no longer English. It's now post English. The mayor's marketing pitch for the city is London is open. London is open. Meeting. He wants to and has turned London into a globalized city. Or as John Cleese said, not really an English city anymore style. Global city is Brandon O'Neill, writes, the fact that it is less the capital of the UK it is less the capital, the UK and more a worldly crossing point for the flows of capital labor and things. Away from being a national capital and towards being a symbol of the post nationhood post borders post common values ideology. So I won't take a break. We'll come back and do more detail. But just this first point. Right. So. Here's another example of something. The left is celebrating London is so diversified. It's so open. It's so globalised John Cleese comes in and says, well, it's not really an English city anymore. Dare you. But you but you're saying you're saying it's diversifies globe locks all these different worldly thing. And I'm just saying it's not really a city where all you're still racist. I wanna both ways right? So I want to come back and talk about why. And how London has become a post English city and how we are on track to have that happen here in the United States, as well talking about the problems with that what we can do about them all that next one hundred seven sixty K one hundred seven sixty five three six and two. David Epstein Bradley white got a special seminar coming up here next week. So they've invited Marty ruby to their upcoming seminar. Mardi ruby is a specialist an expert in understanding the massive debt and deficit that we have I was gonna say that we have coming our way. No, no, no. It's here. The hit is coming our way. That's the problem. So we got this growing debt and deficit, which, you know, and that's going to result in skyrocketing tax rates. That is going to drastically impact the income that you have, and you are planning on having in your retirement, it's going to be really ugly. So we just got to be smart ahead of time and we can. Cushion the blow a bit. You know, especially people were just going to go into it pretending that all this is funny money, anyway. So it's next Tuesday or Wednesday, Tuesday at six thirty or Wednesday at noon, and six thirty pick, either, when they got to on, on Wednesday due to high demand so gimmick, all eight five, eight five, six four eight thirty six. David Epstein, Bradley white, and Marty ruby talking about the debt deficit how that's gonna fact you coming up here on what you can do about it. Eight five eight five six four eighty thirty six charleen. Or Stephanie will pick up. Tell me want to go to the big seminar, coming up. Epstein white dot com. Jim, we're, we're gonna headlines. A pair of San Diego County sheriff's deputies who were accused of assaulting two handcuffed men during an arrest in vista last year, were acquitted today of misdemeanor, assault charges, nNcholas Morgan and Joshua Nayan could have potentially face jail time, had they been convicted a US citizen was shot and killed in a gun battle with border agents at the Santa CJ port of entry last night. Police say the suspect began firing a gun out of his vehicle towards the officers then exit is via. And continued firing at the officers, seven customs and border protection officers were involved in the shooting, but none were injured. The investigation continues today into the deaths of two people found inside an apartment near lake San Marcos yesterday, according to thirties, two children inside the home ages. Ten eleven reported being afraid to go outside their home when sheriff's arrived to Lonza court, they found a male and female dead inside.
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"And then over here. Sorry. Yes. I wonder what advice you have for parents for their children because I think some studies show that how we treat children on the playground. Very young age has impact on how they are later in life is it's well before the SAT help. Yeah. And just I'll just say one study, I read was about how parents treat boys and girls differently coming down, a fireball and the little boys. The parents were caregivers will step aside. And let the little boys slide down the fire pole. Whereas the little girls come down the fire pole. The wait wait, you'll be careful and the parents tend to guide that down the pole. So I was just curious vice you might have. And look, I think the same advice. I tell you to do with your six year old. I'm telling you to do for yourself is the same the same stuff. We do to ourselves when we're little is the same issues that we have more older. So, you know, I think from the time that were there little like watch yourselves when you're there. Dress gets dirty and your run into the diaper bag. To fix them or their bows off. You know, what I mean or you're protecting them from physical harm like don't climb to the monkey bars. Too tall. Honey, you're gonna you're gonna fall when the toilets broken at home. Grab your daughter to go fix it. You know, many of us including myself like up until I started writing this book if my phone went black instead of going on Google the figure it out throw it to my husband's. Okay. Can you do this? You know, if there was a toy though, I have this issue with being technical like I didn't like if something didn't come to me right away. I got frustrated very easily. And I realized that that was a that was kind of what I had learned as a child in that that shows up for girls and boys very early on in. It's almost like we become incapable of doing things that we cannot quote figure out. And so I think on on learning that at a very young age. I think is very very important. Furniture. And then Lizzie. Fielding questions, Yale club of Newark, rush monsoon, Johnny brave. Not perfect. Thank you so much rush much. Good to see you again, Brennan debt Beekman. I had a question, which is aren't there women that you admire or have admired at each stage of your career, so university live law firm live political live in your life now because a lot of women do have role models. So for example, somebody I admire sitting here Michelle Coleman maze. She also wrote a book that had to do with bravery and courageousness was called Craig's council. So that was my question. Yeah. It's a great look, I've always had women that I've admired like Hillary Clinton. You know, and I met her when I was eighteen years old working in politics. And so it's not that I talked to her on the phone every day, but she is showed up at moments in my career. But more to support me to elevate me to give me opportunities. But it's also like I have just I have really benefited as a young woman just watching her kind of like dust off that pantsuit and keep going into see someone who's able to take so many punches in the gut and just pick up and fight another day. I feel that way about Michelle Obama right now. You know, and hearing her talk about as a woman of color, we often feel like there is no room for us for imperfection. And I think one of the most powerful things is seeing seeing women like like Michelle Obama say we did go to couples counseling, and I did struggle to have a baby or hearing Stacey Abrams say, you know, what I lost. I'm running again or listening Harris launch a presidential campaign saying I am not perfect. And so I think that those things are so incredibly important, but I think in my career where I have benefited the most is in my relationships like, for example, mother, and I have been she's been one of my best friends for twenty five years. And so at every stage in our career, we could ask each other those questions, you know, how I'm about to get a raise. How should I negotiate? I'm now a CEO and managing somebody. I'm struggling what do I do? I am ready to kill my husband. You mean like how do I not chop his head off? Right. Like, it's to me. Oftentimes, those my horizontal. Mentors the women that are kind of in the same place in stage in their life have been the most instrumental and helpful to me. I mean, that's powerful. Also, just because you're really talking about piers, of course, and people who are struggling with you. And I think that's part of this. When I was saying before about being public about your failure. What what interests when you can make your cell phone that other people they like you better. And they you're able to connect with them, and they can be more helpful to you because you're letting them in. So I think that that hesitancy to do that is something that we really have to check ourselves on Lizzie. Hi, I'm Lizzie. So I think that was kind of echoing I guess what? My question is about to be. But I'm twenty four and I'm in my second job. And I'm pretty new at my second job. It's a men's magazine. So definitely a lot of men around and the content is all about men on. And I find that. I have a really difficult time asking for help. I guess I grew up in a house, and this is my mom, and that's my aunt. So I grew up in how you brought the whole family today. Yes. I definitely grew up in a household where I was I did a lot of things on my own. And I grew up kind of figuring it out, and I find that now on that trying to figure it out attitudes. Sometimes leads me to need to ask for help. And I find that especially I mean, maybe it's the field. I'm in. But I have a difficult time showing weakness and asking for that help. And I want to know how you yeah. Out about that. I mean, this is kind of the difference red said about the rules for grade school college and high school are very different than the workplace because men have no problem asking for help. And they don't see it as like a dating on their kind of leadership. They find they use. It as a way to collect information into get knowledge. And I see that happen know girls who code with the men who worked for me. They're often the first ones that great. I'll run HR tell me how to do it. You know, whereas the women won't even accept the role unless they can figure out themselves and they never ask for help. So I think that it's just understanding that in the workplace the rules have changed, and you shouldn't feel ashamed to ask for help. And it's not it's actually a show of strength and not a sign of availability. I think the other thing is just too and we'll take a mic over here. Michelle Coleman as his grade. And then while Klaudia in the back, I think the other thing is whenever you can align your own interests without of your employer. So if you're speaking to somebody, and you need help with something and say, I really think I could do this that much better. If I had a better understanding of such and such and so it's not just about you. It's about how do you improve the company, and how do you make your colleagues look better and that alignment can go a long way. Michelle, I've got two questions. One is what was the age of the youngest girl? You learn something from and what was it? And to now that you're running your own comes. What have you not done that you saw done badly? Oh, that's a long list of both of those. I mean, look, I I I work, you know, half the girls that I teach are living under the poverty line. And so I see a lot of girls who you know, one meal a day leaving a homeless shelter in the morning, right? Taking two buses and trains to get to accompany learn how to code and they have everything against them. Everybody in the world is telling them, you can't do it. You can't do it. You can't do it. And they have more bravery and courage in their pinkie. The most of us have in our entire bodies. And I. Yeah. And that's why I think that so many of them. There are healers. And so I'm inspired by them every single day. And I've learned so much from them about humility about strength about resilience about. You know, we're living in a really tough time right now where it feels like we're just relaxing love. We live in a moment where you know, children are being dragged from their mothers being put into cages in half of the country. Doesn't think there's anything wrong with that? And so when I see this generation of young girls with so all they're thinking about is how to heal this world how to make it better. What can I do? How can I support? How can I help? It makes me feel like we're in good hands. And I think every single person in this room should be thinking about how do we help that generation of young girls? How do we help them because they will literally he'll us and we need them. You know, the second thing is I had a boss, I won't mention his name. Who had a real problem with hiring Graham webcam, okay? I had a boss who had who is so insecure that he could never hire people who are smarter than him. He was very it was. The the organization has never elevated because he he didn't want anyone to have more information than he did. And so when I start Groza code. I was like I am not doing that. And so much of our organization's success isn't because the me that because I have five people on my leadership team who are brilliant in who in their aspects of the things that they do are smarter. Have more more knowledge more expertise in that area? And I'm not threatened by hiring people like that. And it was the biggest gift lesson. I ever got. Klaudia? Do you have the Mike? I do I do thanks as an employer. How do you foster a culture in which you encourage young women to succeed and apply for the promotion and still have the process Basinas fair by everybody in the organization. Oh my God. We have so much transparency accountability. I mean, I think that we're very thoughtful of that. And it's interesting, I think it look I run as Asia's ninety percent women. And so maybe some of the norms that we have are very different and they're much more..
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"To chime in on this spoken to a number of friends of mine. Go to the Ivy league yesterday busted their accents got in one way or another. But at the end of the day. Yes, it's a beautiful certificate to have when you graduate. But getting into these Ivy leagues not about having that graduation. It's about meeting the people that are there. So like excel your options to get ahead. So if you went into a friend of mine that works for one of the big financial firms he went to Saint John's like I did. And he told me he couldn't get into the boys club and a hedge funds because he didn't go to Harvard. He didn't go to you. Right. Well, there's definitely that community. Once you're there, and they they all create they have the clubs because they've got the Harvard club and the Yale club here in New York. Then you'll streak you run a boiler room operation, and all of a sudden, you're a player Scaramucci. Yeah. Right. And who is the other guy that they made a movie out of? Oh that was illegal. That was hilly. We we don't want to talk about that too banana crime family. That's what they perfect it. But it's interesting Ben Shapiro who follows us from TD shakes. He had gone to UCLA for his four years. And then he was accepted Harvard Law School and dean of Harvard Law School at the time who welcomed all the new five hundred students in his class was Kagan. Who says on the United States Supreme court? And he told a great story yesterday. He says we'll all sitting there. We don't know one another. She's saying you're the best. You're the brightest. You're the elite you the future leaders of the world. You know, how special you are. And Shapiro was saying I don't think that's the way it should be talking to us because some of us are going to wash out when I was going to be able to make our grades. A lot of kids are not going to be able to finish supposed to say. Some of you will make it in some of you won't. Well, I think these points Alto de elitism. Yeah. But I mean when you make it to Harvard you while zoom ably have gone, you are the cream of really of the crop. Really? Well, we you assume that you are. That's the reason that you Harvard winless streak crashed right? Two thousand and eight CEO's, right? Gone to the Harvard School of economics right criminal at Crump. They almost caused a world economic collapse. It wasn't just all the Harvard people. There are a lot of cooks in the kitchen and a lot of players. I know what you're saying Ivy league myth is that you are the best. If you go to an I. Now, remember, though, I mean, I saw kids spectacularly my little boyfriend in highschool friends that went to Saint Albans is private boys school. I saw how hard these kids worked and how bright they were. And how they really really sacrificed to get into great schools tend to go onto these great law schools had Ted Kennedy work, real, hard and Harvard. He cheated his way drought Harvard until eventually got clip. I'm not saying that if you if you don't go to college, or if you do go to college, and you just a mediocre college. I went to Mizzou I mean. I mean, nothing that I learned at Mizzou gave me my journalists. I didn't go to the j school. I ended up a party school. That's the problem. I went there fourth of J school, but I ended up partying because I was an angel during high school, so. Very well known. I hate I despise Ivy leaguers. Silly. They think they're better than they were. Who do they think they are? They got their connection say get in there because of the legacy because their fathers mothers, you all of your childhood all of your high school years and your college years, basically sacrificing working working working working. Yeah. You kind of do stand. Know, you sound like the Asian kids who went out getting capped out of all the Ivy league schools. So they earn their way through meritocracy into these Ivy league schools. They told you to work hard play by the rules. And now all of a sudden on system says it too many Asians who many southeast Asian. So guess what we've got to put a cap on you all of that. But anyway, let's get on news headlines in update njdiet.