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Tucker Carlson’s Conspiracy Theory About Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:06 min | 1 d ago

Tucker Carlson’s Conspiracy Theory About Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

"You recall this guy. Tucker carlson on fox news. Yeah i think so okay. So tucker carlson. The other came out with a bombshell. He interviewed somebody from was it. Revolver media yes who got their tip from a one alex jones. I believe on this top. Is that right. We know that for sure. Joe alex jones claims but this conspiracy. Or at least as you know and the tip was look at the Indictments of some of the people from january six it refers to often unindicted co conspirators and unindicted co-conspirators can be everybody from the president of the united states. When they're when they're lawyers getting indicted it can be people who were arrested and then decided to give evidence on their friends or their family or their acquaintances or their work colleagues It could also be people who were informants before. Then it's possible. And i suppose it's conceivable that it also could be actual agents of law enforcement. Reason got caught up and we're not indicted for whatever reason but there's a long list of those things and apparently revolver media saw the days and assumed immediately that it was an fbi agent and they went on tucker carlson's show tucker was like the fbi was part of the gen. The planning of the january six. I should say checkers. Say that unindicted co conspirators can't even really be actual fbi agents. They can't actually be fbi agents because they wouldn't get it right. It's not just like oh. She's an array of possibilities here. It's no proposes not. He sang operatives. Which like does it really mean anything. And so you get a little bit of like. Fbi operative is not really means everything and it could have been like an informant or

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D-Backs End 13-Game Skid, Top Cards 9-2 With Marte's 3 RBIs

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

D-Backs End 13-Game Skid, Top Cards 9-2 With Marte's 3 RBIs

"The Diamondbacks have put an end to their thirteen game losing streak with a nine two thumping of the cardinals could tell more take a hit a tying four hundred fifty seven foot home run in the third inning and a go ahead two run single in the fourth Matt peacock gave up two runs and six hits over six innings for his first victory as a starter he threw seventy eight pitches in his third career start Josh Reddick had three hits and an RBI for Arizona which took advantage of three errors to score two unearned runs Dylan Carlson homered among his two hits for the cardinals I'm Dave Ferrie

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How to Setup Your E-Commerce Marketing Strategy for Success

MarTech Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

How to Setup Your E-Commerce Marketing Strategy for Success

"Talk to me about some of the tools technologies not only from a market operation standpoint but also from an analytic standpoint that you suggest marketers use so to your question about the tools themselves been. I think the big challenge here isn't which tools to use but how they're used by their independently or as a group right now. There's thousands of available products out there that performed point tasks really well but for this industry very few of the have been built specifically for advertising. What i worry about with marketers is that they're aiming for a strategic impact to the business yet the using a combination of independent disconnected point solutions. We quite often see multimillionaire media budgets. Being run on pretty much. What's available whether it's google sheets or trello slack. Asana that's fine but i think the alternative is an integration with all these essential functions the more you can integrate your operations analytics and workflows together. And the more you can bring all your channels into a single location. Either natively or with negations. The more efficient you are finches actually built an offers this first platform to actually plan executed. Manage all your e commerce. One place you can do it yourself. You can build this outta. We've seen it done but we had to build this partially because our clients were asking for the other thing. Is that by consolidating your actually generating efficiency and this becomes a powerful differentiator for brand. They spent less time collecting the disparate data sources and more time applying strategic thinking to really growing and scaling the efforts that the business needs. Ideally that would all be done in. The same tool made should be able to focus on both identifying the observations and then applying those learnings in some workflow all within the same platform some people have started to add a and automation on top of that and that takes it to the next level as well. The last point in this ben is that whatever tech stack brand adopts it has to work within the organization and it has to be usable across the organizations existing resources. A brand needs a text stack. That is business friendly and works with their current size and skill maturity within the

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Creating a Sustainable Growth Strategy for Your E-Commerce Marketing

MarTech Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Creating a Sustainable Growth Strategy for Your E-Commerce Marketing

"Today talk about creating a sustainable growth strategy and i think the key word. There is sustainable. Most people think of ecommerce they think of. Were you running your facebook ads for your ecommerce. Your performance marketing ads. And i think there's other things to think about other than just advertising strategy talk to me about what makes an e commerce growth. Strategy actually sustainable. I'm glad you raise it. Because honestly the first point that we're trying to actually correct here is a mindset associated with creating growth as a campaign one of the big misnomers that's happening and has been going on for years. Is that the marketing stack and your media spend is designed to run a campaign to get results and we've gotten ourselves into this cycle where we are constantly chasing the next campaign. How's the performance run. How did we spend the dollars. What were the attribution metrics. An had we perform in our sales and ultimately by going down that path we start spending more and more time trying to optimize these campaigns and squeezing more out of each media dollar wouldn't actual fact what we're doing is creating a race to zero because if you have a marketing strategy that's fixed and you go after the same way with the same promotional strategies every year and you spending the same dollars in the same platforms and you're expecting a different result. You're kidding yourself. Because ultimately those platforms are set to do one thing and what we're trying to do is reshape the mindset that says to create a sustainable growth strategy. You need to lift your eyes off. The campaign structure and create a longer horizon in purview towards a twelve month or an eighteen month persistent strategy that continues to evolve and adaptation is the key phrase. There

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Cult Leader Found Mummified, Wrapped in Christmas Lights

Weird AF News

02:00 min | Last month

Cult Leader Found Mummified, Wrapped in Christmas Lights

"A cult leader was found mummified and wrapped in christmas lights. Seven people with suspected ties to the love has won. Cult are facing charges after the body of their religious leader was found at a house in colorado. Any of you heard of the love has won cult. When you start a cult called love has won and then they murder you think love is one think you lost the name of the leader. Is amy carlson. Age forty five. She was known by her followers as mother. God oh mother god. She was found dead in a home in the small town of moffett on wednesday. According to arrest affidavits these people are charged with a piece of a corpse. Is that abuse of a corpse. Putting christmas lights around it. That sounds like a lovely thing to do with the corpse celebrating the life of this individual abusive of course corpses just like burying it in the ground forever and ever. you know. I wanna be wrapped in christmas lights and placed in your living room. That's what i want. that's celebration. The remains of amy carlson also known as mother. God were found in the back bedroom lying on a bed wrapped in what appeared to be a sleeping bag would appear to be glitter. Makeup was found around the woman is. The body was decorated with christmas tree lights and appear to be set up in some sort of shrine. According to the love has won facebook page their glorious mother. God leader has ascended. She has either left the earth on a spaceship or she's disappeared through an ocean portal. I don't know what an ocean portal is and they don't say what it is on the facebook page. I'm guessing it's like the bermuda triangle where ships and planes just disappear ocean portals. You know where cult leaders to die.

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"carlson" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

05:44 min | Last month

"carlson" Discussed on More Content Talk

"Hello hello everyone and welcome to another episode of more content talk. That's the only show that cuts through the glamour. The glitz and all the bullshit to bring you. The truth is news that we can find. So i'm gonna talk about good old tonight old tucker carlson because carlson thinks that he is god and that he is. I dunno some kind of military. Junta that he's just gonna organize a whole little committee. Come harass you because Your child has a mask on and so he's encouraging his gang of roving idiots which that's the people who listen to tucker carlson. I've told you that time. And time again and i will continue to tell you that the only people who listen to tucker carlson and him seriously our complete morons. I don't care if you're a professor at dumb fuck university..

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Wainwright, Cards Win 5th in Row

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Wainwright, Cards Win 5th in Row

"The card to score four times with two outs in the third inning to a race up by due to deficit of a down the Mets six to five Adam Wainwright battles to revive it to third innings allowing five runs to improve his record to one in three the Redbirds hit a solo home run from here some bait or at a three run blast from the left are not there's no quit in this group you know and we we stayed with it we just stay there and compete our **** off and now is it you know I went to give us everything you had I know he will be very happy but he still gave us five or six bank and that's what we need and that's what makes him so good Dylan Carlson Tyler o'neill at RBI's for St Louis is they win their fifth straight Kevin Millar homers for the Mets join the cheesy takes a loss he's a when to buy creeps St Louis

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Giuliani describes federal raid to Fox News' Tucker Carlson

Lars Larson

00:17 sec | Last month

Giuliani describes federal raid to Fox News' Tucker Carlson

"Former Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani talks to Fox News one day after federal agents searched his New York City apartment destroyed the others because the evidence is exculpatory. It proves that the president I and all of us are innocent. Giuliani denies he ever represented. The Ukrainian national

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Kuznetsov lifts Capitals past Islanders 1-0 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Kuznetsov lifts Capitals past Islanders 1-0 in shootout

"After sixty minutes of scoreless regulation hockey and then another five scoreless three on three the capitals finally put things away in the shoot out and beat the islanders one to nothing Anthony Beauvillier got the aisles on the board first in the shoot out but Washington bounced right back with a tally from Nicklas Backstrom then the winner from again you could not solve but with twenty six saves in the shutout caps defenseman John Carlson says Ilya Samsonov was the real star of the game now aren't just good saves ever great saves every time they did break through us and now that was that was the difference send me on very long bug was also solid making twenty eight saves for the aisles while you guys

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Tucker Carlson Ends Interview After Arguing With Guest Who Criticizes Chauvin

The Young Turks

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Tucker Carlson Ends Interview After Arguing With Guest Who Criticizes Chauvin

"Onto conservatives having meltdowns over justice while americans have been celebrating the derek chauvin verdict and of course he was found guilty of three charges in the murder of george floyd some conservatives are having difficulty in dealing with this news. They don't like this reality tucker. Carlson for example was so distraught with the verdict then he had a complete meltdown when his guest of former new york corrections officer dared to disagree with him. Take a look. I just think that it was excessive. What should and what. I'd like to see guy who did it. Looks like the rest of his life in prison. So i'm kind of more worried about the rest of the country which thanks to police in action. In case you haven't noticed is like boarded up. So that's more mike gavin. Thank you no thank you. that is of the sociopaths. I have more to say but john. Why don't you know. I think he should have the biggest audience. I think it's a good thing that country would out of everyone who does political commentary media. He should have the biggest audience. That madman there. Who freaked out joker style because something that he as an incredibly richmond will never be affected by happened and some people were like kind of temporary relief. That the justice system actually worked for once and he freaked out about that because this guest who he brought on presumably to agree with him about literally everything said that kneeling on someone's neck for eight and a half minutes is excessive which it objectively is. So i don't know how we're supposed to respond to that. The guy sent a reasonable thing and tucker carlson absolutely lost his mind and then cut the guys. Mike

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Ovechkin scores 2, Capitals beat Flyers 6-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Ovechkin scores 2, Capitals beat Flyers 6-3

"Alex so that you could score twice in the capital's expanded their lead in the east division by downing the flyers six three overage in at seven hundred thirty regular season goals one behind Marcel Dionne for fifth on the all time list John Carlson set up four goals as the caps moved four points ahead of the islanders Dmitry Orlov said getting his nets off Conor Sheary and Anthony Mantha also scored to support him sold off who stopped twenty two shots with Allison got the flyers within four three in the third period before the caps won for the fourth time in five games I'm Dave Ferrie

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"carlson" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

02:18 min | 2 months ago

"carlson" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Hello and welcome to talk has podcast. I'm nick dawson editor-in-chief of talk heston on today's show. We have to artists. Who were carving out careers for themselves as writer directors after finding success and other fields. Funny mckee and carlson young. The key is a grammy nominated singer songwriter. Who released her debut album trouble in two thousand and four but it was maybe best known as a hit songwriter. She has pan ten singles that have made number one in either. The us to the uk and is a favourite collaborator of katy. Perry who she worked with on songs like california gurls teenage dream and roar. she's also written songs with Pretty much anybody. Anybody britney spears. Adam lambert cholerae jepson the cash rita ora. Ellie goulding kelly clarkson averell levin charlie booth and lauren gray mckee however used her quarantine time to switch gears creating the short film. April kills vibe. Which she not only wrote directed produced edited and scored but also plays multiple roles in. It's a powerful but also daft funny film based on the true story of mckee sexual saw and how it led to her seeking twelve step recovery from alcoholism april kills. The vibe is now playing on the film festival circuit that is the covid version of it which exists almost solely online and a fellow traveller in that world is a friend of mckee's carlson young young. I made her name. As a television actress. Guessing on shows like pretty little liars. True blood key and peele grim before playing the lead role of maddox in the small screen. Adaptation of scream and twenty. Fifteen young has always been a writer as well studying creative writing at usc. In two thousand eighteen she wrote directed and starred in the horror. Fantasy short the blazing world which was inspired by imagery that came to her recurring dreams. Capitalizing on the success of that short she turned the blazing world into a feature which she just like. Mckee shot during covid. The which stars young dermot mulroney nudo cure premiered at sundance. This past january and will be later this year and their conversation. The two multi-talented friends talked about each of their recent journeys behind the camera their experiences during as they put it this dumpster fire of a year. How they both made their movies is a form of psychodrama bones. Upcoming music inspired project which builds on april kills the viper and the rough time. Carlson and her husband foster. The people keyboard.

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Barzal has 3 goals, 2 assists as Islanders beat Capitals 8-4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Barzal has 3 goals, 2 assists as Islanders beat Capitals 8-4

"Matt Barr Zell had a hat trick and two assists in the islanders eight four romp over the capital's Jordan Everly scored twice as the aisles approve to fourteen one and two at home and beat the caps for the first time in four tries this season it's ME on Varlamov made twenty two saves for New York improving to eighty three and one in his last twelve games while allowing only thirty goals over that span Brock Nelson Casey Cizikas and Josh Bailey also scored for New York well John Carlson tallied twice for Washington both the islanders and penguins pulled into a first place tie with the capitals in the east division I'm Dave Ferrie

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Matt Gaetz denies relationship with a 17-year-old

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Matt Gaetz denies relationship with a 17-year-old

"A 17 year old girl. Eights tells Fox Is Tucker Carlson Tonight he never had any relationships with underage girls denies being involved in sex trafficking. The person doesn't exist. I have not had a relationship with a 17 year old that is totally false. The allegation is I read it in The New York Times is that I've traveled with some 17 year old in some relationship that is false and records will bear that out to be false. It says The sex charges against him are also on effort to smear his name because he is a well known and outspoken that conservative State Senate committees debating a bill that, if passed, would keep transgender athletes on the sidelines and high school Democrats. Susan

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Rep. Matt Gaetz Denies Relationship With 17-Year-Old

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Rep. Matt Gaetz Denies Relationship With 17-Year-Old

"News didn't take Matt gauge long to burst out of the gate to deny a New York Times report that Florida Republican congressman is being investigated for having sex with an underaged girl. Gates appeared on Fox is Tucker Carlson Show. It is a horrible allegation, and it is a lie. New York Times is running a story that I have traveled with a 17 year old woman, and that is verifiably false. People can look at my travel records and see that that is not the case. Yates claims that he's being blackmailed by a former justice official who demanded $25 million to buy his

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In community and out of prisons

Women on the Line

04:38 min | 3 months ago

In community and out of prisons

"In any given year hundreds of kids language behind bars in australia. The minimum age of criminal responsibility is ten in other words of both graded can be arrested and brought before corp camera is the only jurisdiction has taken steps theresa age this week on women on the line raise the age campaigner and solicitor. sophie Explains why locking up. Kids is not only traumatic for the child but exposes them to further And in the second half of the show to win times marissa's Chats bronwyn carlson a professor of indigenous studies at macquarie university. We want to thank maria for giving us permission to play his special international woman's day coverage but first up. Let's look at the campaign to raise their age. Welcome to woman on the line sophie. Thank you very hurt before we look at raise the age campaign. I thought it'd be important to discuss some of the issues that kind of a span the campaign. so let's stop from the top. What factors lead to youth offending proably aware but in australia children as ten year old can be arrested by police and putting the present. So we're talking about extremely young children when we talk about these ideas offending offending anything Maybe an out of home care who Throws them dinner across the room because they get frustrated right through to the things that we might move typically think about like lifting or Some sort of property graffiti something like that. So there's a whole Spectrum of how young people might get caught up in the criminal justice system aboriginal and torres to own the kids of on will likely to be picked up by police arrested put in prison cells than non indigenous kids and the reason that this is a combination of voice over policing so these kids just thing more visible to police and police targeting these these children more often and policies which make lot hotter for these keys high level of poverty and more insecure in unaffordable housing. Things like that got you. And so what happens when children do come into contact with the criminal justice system i had is there. Life generally pan out so again it really depends on who the child is So as i said keep the jiang. ten can come into contact with criminal justice system for that means they might be arrested by police. Taken to a police lockup cell or the night with they might be held that we brought before court and it will be decided what happens to that child Kids that i worked with minimum territory. you know often within sent to sent to juvenile justice detention centers so effectively presents You know where they can be held. If any length of time ed alternative of course his kids particularly to on average charge two kids who come from more privileged background. They might get diverted by police. They might be given a warning that might be taken hunch their parents so a lot hangs on how the police interact with the children. Right the reason. I ask that question was to sort of look at what happens. Like how does prison exists the issue so these kids are going in for minor problems but what does the criminal justice system due to them. Yeah so you almost nothing. Good comes out of the criminal justice system. All the medical evidence tells us that The younger child comes into contact with the criminal justice system. The more likely that they will stay engaged. So that means you know you pay if a kid is eleven years old when they first have contact with police them much more likely to later in life including when adult continue to have that that contact with the criminal justice system and there were lots of reasons to this. But they're all pretty simple when you when you take a kid a child away from their family away from schooling away from all those social structures and support if extremely traumatic for the child. A young person's brain is developing until the about twenty five itchy tilles very young so it disrupts the way brain can can form mature and clerk even basic things like egypt taken out of the formal education system. Says six months very hard for you to reengage with that when you get back. It's very hot. Eatery engage with your friends and your family and third. These kids have a lot of difficulty issuing than normal lives in the community officer being disrupted and very traumatic way by putting these children tension sensitive

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Nic Dowd, Washington Capitals hold on to beat Philadelphia Flyers

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Nic Dowd, Washington Capitals hold on to beat Philadelphia Flyers

"Scores twice, including an empty netter with under a minute left that makes them breathe a little easier, Nick tells NBC Sports Washington. I think we need to do a better job of basically stepping on teams an accident in the game there, but you've got great goaltending. Let's back this up, and I think we've done a good enough job of getting herself. How could lead and But yeah, that's not gonna cut it Come later in the season, eh? So what? We'll figure that out, though. John Carlson also scores a goal for his 5/100 career NHL point caps have won seven of eight men's college hoops conference tournament time delivers an upset in a near shocker. Big East Quarterfinals

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Ovechkin scores No. 715 to lift Capitals past Flyers 5-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Ovechkin scores No. 715 to lift Capitals past Flyers 5-3

"The capital scored a pair of goals about the first and second periods only five three win over the flyers Washington to the one of the first period lead on a goal by Alexander will that's given the Lafayette tied the game on a power play goal by Travis correctly the capital's regained the lead on a goal by Connor Shuri John Carlson in the three one of the second period became for one late in the period on a goal by nic Dowd who also closed the scoring in the third period with an empty net goal Ivan Provorov and Scott Laughton also scored for the flyers Michael long ago Philadelphia

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"carlson" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

08:32 min | 3 months ago

"carlson" Discussed on The Young Turks

"She apps. She didn't she make. She said that she's suffering more than anyone else she. There's none of that. She's just making a point about how harassment has impacted her. and how. Hey maybe maybe consider supporting women who have gone through similar things. It shouldn't be a difficult controversial thing to digest of course for people like tucker carlson who was handed his wealth honest on a silver platter. As like a swanson air. You know he has thoughts. Okay this guy has thoughts on how powerful other people are. How talented other people are. I mean homeboy can't have a single interview without looking as if he's the most confused person on the planet okay. All he does is spread. Propaganda and ridiculous pro-corporate corporate by the way talking points which is part of the story. And i'll get to that in a minute the john. Why don't you go off before. I go off more well first of all. Let's say that. I'm gonna track down wherever that particular be real fires file is being stored and i'm gonna attract on every copy that served i delete etc and see that anymore but anyway yeah You rightly pointed out that. Of course he's what a hundred times wealthier than her five hundred times wealthier than her But she's the luckiest. He hasn't been lucky he wasn't just lucky to be born into a family that can provide them with everything he'd ever want. She's the lucky one she like i. There's probably very few people watching this. That watch tucker carlson. Because they like him. But if there's literally any of you there were the things that he's saying actually reflective of anything she had said from the beginning of. How did she claim that she has it. Worse than the warriors did she do that. Did she say that she has it. Worse than literally. Everyone if iftars is one of this hold on. Sorry you mentioned the. Does anyone actually. Think the tucker. Carlson cares about the of muslims in china. You is really think. Does anyone actually by that. Like doesn't anyone get disgusted with the fact that these goons us humans as props for their little political talking points and i'm sorry john i hate being interrupted and i interrupted you so go ahead. You're allowed to it's your show. Yeah he might care one percent because the Persecution is being done by the chinese and he'd like to hate them more but that's probably the the beginning and the end of his caring about it. yeah so did he. He said that she is one of the most powerful people in the country that was at the beginning of the segment. Do you need to watch any more than that. is she. one of the most powerful people in the world. What does that make him in that case she is she. She does great work. She gets on the front page. Sometimes she's a style reporter that also by the way and and i'm only saying this because she has said it they keep trying to infantilized her by saying by that she's fifteen years old when she's not at all and it's a really weird thing that they do but you should understand that of course in addition to some of the great Research that you've done that you will describe You'll shocked to find out that there's quite a bit of just misogyny here that perhaps is leading to a little bit of this. And so i certainly have more than i wanna say but you. You did some great work. So why don't we get to that. Yeah so i wanted to. Instead of just reacting. I wanted to actually understand what she was referring to. And i want to be clear about something. I'm i had seen some of her tweets in the past. I don't follow her work too closely But i mean she referenced. Something in her tweet right over the last year. And i'm like okay. Well what happened over the last year and i was asking a roundabout that no one really had an answer so then i started digging a little deeper to figure out what it is and what she was referring to is this this very targeted campaign against her. As a result of reporting that she had done and social media posts she put out in regard to the former. Ceo of a company known as a way right. Her name is steph. Corey and employees of that company were basically sharing with reporters that they were in an abusive hostile work environment under corey's leadership and so there's actually extensive reporting about this Corey would demand that everyone work twelve to sixteen hours a day. If the workers refused to do that they would be accused of not being committed. Enough i mean just the typical stuff that you would expect from these type of silicon valley. Ceos and the employees were sick of it and so they reached out to reporters The verge wrote about this vice. Wrote about this and taylor. Laurenz had been tweeting about it and posting about it on social media. Now there's this new app right called clubhouse and it's invite only app last year in the summer there had been a conversation among venture capitalists and she was in the room as the conversation was happening and at one point. She left when she left. They started basically attacking her Accusing her of being some sort of warrior on social media but not really having the courage to stand up to them during that Eating and the reason why she left is because one of the venture capitalists in particular had already been pretty vicious to her on social media and so she just decided to leave the room but vice had obtained audio of that entire meeting which you can listen to and the the way that these venture capitalists make themselves out to be the victims. They were worried about cancel culture right because this is what happened. There's this female. Ceo who's obviously mistreating her workers it gets reported on it spreads on social media and all of these venture capitalists who are invested in companies. That might also run into these types of issues are worried. So they're worried about cancel culture. They're worried about you. Know maybe not getting the type of return on their investments that they would like As a result of ceos being abusive to their workers those stories getting reported. It's all out there guys. All you need to do is scratch the surface and get off twitter. Stop listening to people who wanna make everything about how. Oh this is victim culture and this is canceled. Cancel culture real. I've been critical of it. This is not an example of it. Let me give you more. So by the way laurenz had claimed that people have a act or attempted to hack into her accounts to change. Your password sent her vicious disgusting threads schroeder on clubhouse by changing their profile pictures to those of her public antagonists and setup twitter accounts to impersonate her. Listen i've i've dealt with all of this. And i know what it's like to have a relentless hacker come after you and not give up it's like whack a mole dealt with it in twenty twenty. I had to change my phone number as a result. It's an isolating awful thing to go through. You feel violated. Our entire lives are online. I was thinking about pictures of my nieces. I'm super protective. I don't want some terrible person getting a hold of it. I don't even. I don't take pictures. Take videos. there's nothing in my online life that's incriminating for me but it's a. It's a feeling of being violated that that's hard to describe to people who haven't experienced it and it's an you're worried about your you know your bank accounts all of that stuff so i sympathize with her on that but again at the heart of this whole taylor you hate is the fact that she called out that female. Ceo so following lawrence's criticisms silicon silicon valley venture. Capitalists have that meeting on clubhouse. And now i go to vices. Reporting on it they write that entrepreneurial manure preneurs businessman balaj sear new vaseline several anderson horowitz venture capitalists and television personality roland. Martin spent at least an hour talking about how journalists have too much power to cancel people wondering what they the titans of silicon valley could do about it audio..

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"carlson" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"carlson" Discussed on The Young Turks

"That's exactly right so already. This story is sketchy the actions by both the authorities and the district attorney. Super super sketchy. There's no question in my mind that if we're talking about someone who has no money. Someone who's powerless Some wonder doesn't have parents who are wealthy right if they're driving without a license and then they're street racing and that leads to a crash that kills an innocent person driving home from work. Let's keep a real. The person who engages in that behavior would immediately be held accountable right and so this is. This is a story that makes absolutely no sense and this crash didn't happen last weekend. This crash happened in mid february. And there haven't been any any real updates to the questions that the family members have right now and so they've been doing you know protests in los angeles kind of draw attention to this story They're planning another one. This upcoming weekend in los angeles and the whole point is to get people to pay attention to what happened because they want justice for their daughter and look we. We're we obviously haven't done an investigation. So i don't know for sure if all of these allegations are true but that's the whole point of an investigation. That's the reason why you have a district attorney. He supposed to look into this. And based on the evidence decide whether or not it makes sense to file charges and it appears that there's been absolute negligence in response to this crash so The hashtag justice for Monique munoz is on twitter. If you wanna learn more about this if you're in the los angeles area and you want to be part of that demonstration over the weekend you can learn more about it there But you know it's just a really really sad story And we shouldn't we shouldn't have a two-tier justice system based on wealth and this is just such a brazen example of it. Yeah and i don't has. It actually been confirmed that this person didn't have a driver's license hasn't been confirmed that this was like this person is designated vehicle is a possible it was just taken and the parents didn't intend it to something now at the end of the day in terms of justice but if it is the simplest explanation which is this was a car that was given by an incredibly wealthy parent to their kid. I really sometimes. I just think that the return entirely different species and it's impossible to get into their head or imagine why they would do the things that they do like. Why even if even if you didn't care at all for the possibility that your kid who apparently wants to drive but a little about the process that they don't even get a license that they might kill someone else. Wouldn't you worry that in their lamborghini they might kill themselves or destroy the lamborghini I just don't understand it. It's impossible for me to get into certain certain people sides. I just don't think there's a lot of logic going on with people who'd be willing to spend a quarter million dollars on a car. I just maybe. I'm being unfair. I don't know. I know people like cars But yeah. I don't know that's why that's why you have an investigation to figure out what happened. But the family hasn't gotten that and that's the issue so i think we can get to the next story. Let's let's do it and this story was unexpectedly. Something that led me down a rabbit hole. Because i really wanted to understand what was going on behind it but you may have noticed. Taylor lauren's y- trending on social media. I wanna tell you why tucker. Carlson had one of his typical temper tantrums. After new york times culture reporter and tech reporter taylor lauren's tweeted about women enduring harassment on international women's day. Now her tweet said this and it seems pretty uncontroversial. If you ask me for international women's day please consider supporting women enduring online harassment. It's not an exaggeration to say that the harassment and smear campaign. I've had to endure over. The past year has destroyed my life. No one should have to go through this. They'll pay close attention to that timeline there because she references something and i wanted to learn more about what she's referencing and i'm gonna give you all the details on that in just a moment but before i do. Here's tucker carlson. losing it. The most powerful people claiming to be powerless tail. Rents for example writes for the new york times. She's at the very top of journalism is repulsive little food chain. Lorenzo is far younger than prominent new york times. Reporters used to be. She's also much less talented. You'd think till rennes would be grateful for the remarkable good luck that she's had but no she's not just this morning. She tweeted this quote for international women's day. Please consider supporting women enduring online harassment. It's not an exaggeration to say that the harassment and smear campaign. I've had to endure over. The past year has destroyed. My life destroyed her life. Really by most people's standards taylor. The wren's would seem to have a pretty good life. One of the best lives in the country in fact lots of people are suffering right now but no one suffering quite as much as taylor lorenza. Suffering people have criticized her opinions on the internet and it destroyed her life. Let's pause on this international women's day and recognize that you thought female wingers had it bad. You haven't talked to tailor. Timid articles claims.

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"carlson" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

07:36 min | 3 months ago

"carlson" Discussed on The Young Turks

"You guys on the poll results we've been doing more and more of these polls and it's really interesting to see where you guys stand on these issues so one of the questions that we asked you this week was what should we do with the filibuster and honestly this was unsurprising to me. Eighty nine point five percent of you believe that we should do away with the filibuster nine point. Nine percent think that we should reform it and only zero point seven percent of you believe that we should leave it as is the other poll that we had was about man. I knew you guys would disagree disagree with me on this. It was about that story we did in a post game show Regarding a show from the netherlands called simply naked and it was about po- body positivity adults walk in and they would you know disrobe in front of children Would you let your kids watch simply naked. Fifty seven percent of you said yes forty. Three percent of you said no so all right cool but like watching it on. Tv is from being in the room like my issue was that the adults were in the room but anyway let's is that the british show britain's alone okay. No that sounds okay. I wanna read a few member comments before we run out of time recovering pagan says when you're a ceo being addressed by katie porter. It really is best to limit your responses to. Yes ma'am no ma'am please. No not the whiteboard. The whiteboard so true. That's so true Tuli katie porter is kind of like the one teacher that you hoped you would avoid being assigned to an elementary school at the start of the new year. Totally because you knew that slacking off and Cruising your way through would not be an option absolutely one more one more no more trigonometry. Bending over backwards to cater to republican politicians. That hated him while having a super majority in congress is one of the weakest things i've ever seen totally totally agree. All right we gotta get back to the show. Everyone welcome back to. Typ anna. john with you Please like and share this stream. I gotta think about incentives to get you guys to do that because it's really. It's an easy way to help. The live audience grow. We want to get as many new people to hear the progressive messages possible. So please just take a moment to ensure the stream and it'll help promote the show and we really really appreciate it now. Let's move on to a story. That might seem out of left field. But i think it is important to cover it because it involves the two tier justice system and how some people get away with things that the rest of us would not get away with in late february thirty two year old. Monique munoz was driving home from work in los angeles when a teenager racing a lamborghini crashed into her and she unfortunately died now. The teen stained moderate injuries and was sent to the hospital. But now munoz's family is demanding answers about the crash because it seems as though there was some wrongdoing on the part of the seventeen year old racing a lamborghini it turns out that this seventeen year old does not have a license and the district attorney in los angeles has not filed any charges in the los angeles police department notified the press that they are unaware of whether or not the driver had any Drugs or alcohol in their system because they didn't even run a drug test Didn't even do any type of sobriety check now. The father step father phony munos told cake. Hal nine local Affiliate here in los angeles. The kids racing down the street in a lamborghini. Seventeen years old and a lamborghini. Doing one hundred twenty miles per hour hits and kills her senseless. I want him prosecuted to the full extent of the law Let me also just remind you all that. A new lamborghini urus called costs about a quarter million dollars. So there's a point to me bringing that up okay because this kid also comes from wealth and that might play a role into why the district attorney has not filed any charges isaac cardona. The stepfather also says who gives a teenager a lamborghini. We found out last night. The team doesn't even have a license. We know who the kid is. We know who the father is. Were letting the law take care of him but the unfortunate update to the story is that the law has not taken care of him so. His father is a local millionaire. His name is james curry. And there's evidence to indicate that he's gone to extreme lengths bury this story in internet searches But i'm hoping that by bringing this up on this show. We can get some answers for the family. Because it's just absolutely heartbreaking. What they've been going through So you know these are images of what the scene looked like There's another picture kind of showing. What her her lexus. Look like after it was crashed into. She was actually trapped in the vehicle but by the time. Rescue workers got there She had already died It's just pretty awful story and finally. Monique sister has weighed in on twitter and said i lost a sister because a rich spoiled privileged individual wanted to raise his fancy lamborghini. He killed her and now hiding behind. Daddy's money yes. Were angry so it is. It is strange that there haven't been any files. Charges filed doesn't seem like there's been any type of investigation and if there was a teenager driving without a license racing lamborghini without a license There certainly should be an investigation and possible charges. Yeah i can see in the chad. People are talking about affluence But the but the issue is that it would be if there were charges and they sort of got off easy we. We're not even at affluential yet. We're at no so there's nothing whatever happening in your intro. You sort of alluded to the two-tier justice system. This this is really justice. Because the justice doesn't seem like it's gonna get involved at all it seems like just no justice whatsoever and in particular where you talked about. The the lack of screening for alcohol or drugs has there been any explanation given as to why that wouldn't be done. I mean i'm not a police officer. I'm not a lawyer. Obviously but it seems like especially in a crash had a major injury let alone a death that would be and involved speeding. That would be the most obvious routine thing that you would do..

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New York's 2 Largest Vaccine Sites to Date Open in Brooklyn, Queens

All Things Considered

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

New York's 2 Largest Vaccine Sites to Date Open in Brooklyn, Queens

"Carlson to new Mask. Covert vaccination sites in Brooklyn and Queens have opened with lines wrapping around the block Canarsie resident Canada, Johnson said it was a surprisingly quick process to get his first dose that Medicare Evers College in Crown Heights this morning. And is a 50 year old man with diabetes. Johnson said he had a simple reason for wanting the vaccine. I want to live. We just have to half a million mark. I don't want to be part of it. I mean, that's a lot of people. The other mass vaccination site is at York College in Jamaica, Queens. The sights are giving residents in neighboring ZIP codes priority for appointments through Saturday. That's to try to make sure that people of color who are disproportionately affected by the coronavirus

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T.J. Oshie scores twice, Capitals come back to beat Devils

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

T.J. Oshie scores twice, Capitals come back to beat Devils

"Alex Loveridge kids power play goal with four oh four remaining lifted the caps past the devils for three of its games tally gave Washington a four two lead but New Jersey got within a goal with Nikita Gusev B. Craig Anderson with eleven point nine seconds left T. J. Oshie scored twice to end his nine game goal drought yeah it's been a while it it felt nice to see one hit the back of the net there and hopefully I can put myself more positions to to get some shots on net and and find something it's more goals John Carlson had a third period goal was the caps won for just the third time in eight games New Jersey got goals from Andreas Johnsson and Jack Hughes before blowing a two one lead I'm Dave Ferrie

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"carlson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"carlson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody super special episode of the charlie kirk show. The legendary tucker. Carlson is here to things. Please consider supporting us before the end of the year. So we can do more podcasts and have more interviews just like this one with tucker carlson and some unbelievably big names. You guys can support us by going to charlie kirk dot com slash support chip in whatever you can to help us continue to grow and reach millions of young people every single month. If you have been touched by this podcast in any way then. Please consider supporting us at charlie kirk dot com slash support. We're gonna do a special end of the year book giveaway just for this episode. If you guys subscribe to the charlie kirk show either on spotify or apple. Podcast you take out your phone. You type in charlie kirk show to your podcast provider. You hit subscribe an email it to us. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com. We're going to pick out of all the emails we get a couple of winners to win a signed copy of the magazine doctrine any further. Do a pretty legendary conversation with the legend himself. Tucker carlson buckle up here.

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"carlson" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"carlson" Discussed on Today, Explained

"The left despises Donald Trump war. Could the problem be as is so often? The case it's tells the truth. Truth is the real threat to their power. What is he a pundit? Is He a host? Is He a journalist? Is He a commentator? Is he a comedian I would say he's just a liar. But, whenever you? Say Tokyo Carlson. Did this is wrong? BLAH BLAH BLAH! You'll get all supporters like he's an opinion host. You Idiot you loser. And my response is that as long as the bug in the corner of the screen, says Fox News. He must be held to a journalistic standard of accountability. If they want to take Fox News off the screen and call it Tucker time. They can do that, but as far as long as news stays on the screen. My My governing sort of standard is that they are working journalists, and yes, journalism encompasses opinion and straight news. Okay, that's the way it works at the Washington Post, the way of worse vox, that's. That's the way it works everywhere, but I think that they should be constrained by the facts I think that opinion journalists must be constrained by and decency to and I think that in both of those cases Tucker. Carlson runs afoul of those particular standards I think the difference between what we do here. Vox, and and what the post does in its opinion columns. Is that we maybe don't have so much of an agenda a prevailing ideology that we're trying to advance, whereas when you watch Tucker, Carlson, or a lot of the quote, unquote opinion programming on Fox News. There is clearly an agenda and that agenda as of late seems to be get donald trump reelected at all costs. Yes, I think there's a difference between a political orientation or worldview and agenda-driven worked, and the thing about it is to bring it back to Tucker Carlson. He does this form of political agitprop, this form of political propaganda more cannily more savelly than anybody else in right wing media. He takes something that Donald Trump does. He doesn't examine the depravity of what trump did. He doesn't say this is absolutely insane. which it clearly is on face and I give you. Millions of examples were constantly writing about them. What he does is he takes the liberal reaction to it. And he finds instances where liberals have overreacted and. For every trump action, there is someone on the left to overreact I. Happen to think that's pretty reasonable. Given the sort of things that have happened, but you know fair enough, and he always says I'm not defending Donald Trump here. or He says I'm not defending Rudy Giuliani. Defending Putin, just pointing out the obvious. I'm just saying that the left is a bigger threat to America. This brilliant brilliant way of taking scandals that trump has spun up. and. Moving. The is the attention of millions of people distractive element on the left. And convincing them that TAT's the real threat to America. Every really is a brilliant way to construct propaganda. Eric went. Bowl is a Washington Post media critic and a former contestant on the Tucker Carlson show. Tucker found himself in even more hot water since I spoke with Eric on Monday, a regular guest on Fox News filed a lawsuit alleging Tucker. Carlson sexually harassed her invited her to his hotel in New York while his family wasn't around Tucker returned from vacation last night. He spoke about protests. Cova. Cova Konya, and then protests again and then Kanye again he tried to pick a fight with the New York Times, but never addressed the sexual harassment allegations, nor did he address the departure of his head writer. Blake neff in any greater detail, we reached out to talk. Carlson and Fox News for comment on this episode. They said we will pass on this interview, but thanks for reaching out. I'm Sean Romney's firm. It's explains.

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"carlson" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

04:55 min | 11 months ago

"carlson" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Partisan hackery. I'll tell you. Doesn't that tete-a-tete with John. Stewart results in basically the end of crossfire. Yes, and this is the next phase of Tucker Carlson which sort of mid arts. To Twenty Nine, two, thousand ten, where he was sort of just casting about, he was on CNN then he was on MSNBC and he really wasn't nailing it. You Know He. He's sort of lost his Mojo and he finally gets hired at Fox News I. Believe is two thousand, nine or two thousand ten, but he gets hired Fox. News to not such a great gig. His this commentator. He eventually does weekends, Fox and friends weekends. He's the sort of. Come on the weekend. Fox and friends guy, he's not even a second banana. At Fox News, he's like a fifth banana. Yeah, he's like a fifth Banana Fox News and there's even a great clip of Tucker. Carlson falling asleep on the set of Fox and friends weekend. I got to look it up. I got to look at you. Go. It's amazing. He's really asleep. Watching it. He's literally. Slumped Sleep on the chair and his Co host laughing at him. My Gosh wakes up. Welcome to Fox France. I know we're not on television. You know needs to be embarrassed. Honestly live in the fifteen years on this program I don't think that's ever. Know why on Air Flow? That is rough, right? He has just bouncing around. He's not really going anywhere, but all the while he is doubling up. He's also elderly in the daily caller, which by the way is a training ground for white nationalists? or at least a holding pen for them, and just sort of bumping along and then Tucker Carlson breaks into the Fox. News Primetime..

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"carlson" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:29 min | 11 months ago

"carlson" Discussed on Today, Explained

"They want that explosive reaction among liberals that triggers their people, and that motivates them to turn on the TV, and so I definitely believe that what happened last week with Tucker Carlson show with respect to blake. Is Another episode that is going to fortify and amplify his audience. Who the millions of people who eat it up. WHO's watching I've gone to a lot of these Fox News Confab. They have Fox nation which is their streaming service. And they love Tucker. My assumption is they are middle aged to elderly white people. That's exactly what they are. They are very nice and they love Tucker I'm is not just like Tucker's. Okay Tucker is. It and lot of the women find him attractive. They think he's cute especially since he dropped the. Yes especially since each. And so you can see why. Fox News when faced with a crisis like this. If they think that there's a PR problem with Tucker's hatred on air. They would have another PR problem with their own base. If they dumped. Tucker people would go nuts. What's Eric went after the break. Support for the show comes from notion. Notion is for people who are working from home. Are you still working from home I'm still working from most of us might still be working from home, and notion has a way to make working from home easier. It's kind of like the Swiss army knife of productivity software. We all know that we got to be productive when we're working from home right right. hope the bosses aren't listening to this anyway. It combines note taking to do lists document sharing and sinking and project management to help you stay on task I was just joking about the bosses earlier like you can't be productive. When you do a daily podcast, 'cause you gotta put the podcast at the end of the day. Right so there's really no way around it anyway. Notion helps you organize all of the things that you're searching for..

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"carlson" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"carlson" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Seven hundred thirty seven seven-game so-fi cap that off. He was a key cog in their cup. Run two years ago and I don't want to jinx him but he's probably looking at. It adds a little more hardware after this season. Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the PODCAST cash. John Carlson thanks for having me on love what you guys do and Listen as much as I can. We appreciate now I understand. We have a recent collaboration underway between chocolates Basel and yourself. You won't talk about that a little. Yeah real excited Nice opportunity for me You Know Nice stuff to rock around around and Hopefully the fans like it and it feels like yesterday you fucking entered the league already over seven hundred games. I mean it's probably flown by for you too. Yeah it's that's it's Lately I just turned thirty. That was kind of like a big one for me where I was like. Wow you know here in ten year. Anniversaries is this eleven year anniversary. And you're like wow this is Going by quick. And obviously it's been It's been going pretty good so A LOT TO A. B. Thankful for but excited to be able to keep playing here. It's it's pretty sick to see the Ron. I mean you had like six seven years when you're an offensive player but not lighting it up and then just these last two and a half. It's it's awesome but I remember when you came on the scene like not knowing much about you. Just you know the hockey devi and I was like skits from Massachusetts solution so I think a lot of people actually curious where you were born where you were raised. Where'd you play grown-up? Yeah so I maybe learn how to skate in in Massachusetts.

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"carlson" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"carlson" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Environment that's acceptable and it keeps rising up and rising up and before you know it. The whole entire places nuclear right and the people who work within it kind of get caught up up in it and don't even realize how nuclear it is. Yeah because it comes. It becomes the norm. Yes so that is why bystanders and enablers. Yeah I know it takes so much courage to come forward. I documented in my book about how men did just that and guess what happened to them. They were promptly demoted fired and blacklisted. As well because they upset the applecart but we still need them in this entire movement to to come forward and and and help us because when they do they make a huge difference. When in your tenure at Fox? Did you really feel the shift like the shift of culture because to your point you say even in the way they were covering news when you joined the organization. It's not like it is now and let's remind our listeners. You exited in two thousand sixteen and then they really went nuclear on this insane. Partisan I mean I can't even say partisan non factual circus when when you feel that snowball kind of moving down the mountain to runaway speed Well there were so many things all happening happening at the same time that were very confounding and that's about where I have to leave it because of my NBA interesting. You can't even talk about win. Stories started shifting at the network not not even if they have no relation to your harassment. No because they might have a relation to my alleged perpetrator and dictates dictates that a man's pass down so you can't even say his name. Oh I can say I can't say Rodger Ales by you know it may it. It may be construed in that in that. You're criticizing him for things that were told to us well so so perhaps as Albee hypothetical here. Let's let's hypothetically say that as you all as employees of the network are informed that your stories must take these ever-growing conservative bent. You know you give airtime to people like Alex Jones which would go back to talk about Sandy Hook. Not You off the network the network mark. You know what I mean horrifying things that talking about even that under the terms of your India could be seen as you defaming. Roger Wow and hypothetically if a person is in a position where you know. They have a job that they that they want to keep their conundrum. And it's ironic to me too and we think about but conundrums and what we were just talking about these sort of double double standards for women when the men are bystanders and the culture gets so toxic. Sean Hannity is out there campaigning. To Bring Bill O'Reilly back to the network. They served a horrendous sexual Predator and assaulter and rapist. I mean you don't pay out a settlement like Bill O'Reilly we had to unless you have done the worst of the worst and Hannity's out here saying he should come back to Fox I did speak out about that. I know you did. Yes but he awesome. It's dumb founding to me that that either of those men thinks this is an appropriate course of action. Well and if Sean Hannity has daughters and I don't even know if he does house or not but it doesn't even matter if he does but for society. That's just such an incredible disservice. Yeah like to to promulgate that. Men who've allegedly done horrendous things to other human beings should be able to come back in an elevated topnotch physician. My question Russian is. What about all the women who've done nothing wrong yet and never work again who've done nothing wrong aside from say? Please don't touch me see that way right and who never work again right right or way worse things that happened to them and they had the courage to come forward. You know so even an I've expressed ESPRESSOS two members of the media. Nothing just gets my ire up in the last three years like this. I will look up on the television screen and I'll see the Chiron floating by on on the bottom of the screen and it will say something like. When is Bill O'Reilly making his comeback? When is Charlie rose and one is lower? I heard that they were trying to plan a show together. When are they making their their comeback? And I'm like three weeks have passed right. It's almost like it's almost so ingrained in us that we're just waiting for these people people men to be able to be forgiven and come back and as the person who so ingrained in this movement I look at that and I see so many wrong things. We should be first of all never saying that because these men should not be allowed to have any comeback. Sorry I mean I happen to be a forgiving person rages. I lost your chance right. And by the way I'm representing thousands and thousands of women whose voices have have never been hurt yet so I got an army of women were now with me and what about them. Yes what about these scientists and engineers and doctors and people who have killed themselves for the American dream and they don't get it anymore and we as a society. Don't care about that at least up until this point we haven't now part of that could be because we didn't know about it but now we do so. We should be arguing and screaming from the top of the rooftop that these women should have their jobs. And that's what I'm doing with. Lift our voices is to speak up on behalf of all of these women to not be forced into silence and have to sign. NDA's and to be able to get their jobs back. I can't wait for the day. They'll get nullified. What can we do to support? Lift our voices. And what can we do to support the legislation. You're working on. Oh thank you with with the aim to ban arbitration four sexual harassment. It's house bill. Fourteen forty three and you can look it up online and then you can email that link to your member of Congress and say that I stand behind this and I hope you will as well because sexual harassment is apolitical. Yes before somebody harasses addresses. They don't ask you what party you're in so nobody. Nobody should care if you're independent. Republican Democrat Socialist. Wherever you are you should be behind this bill because it's for women and right now? I have a bipartisan coalition. Working on this and I am very optimistic that this is going to pass so that is the bill with regard to lift our voices you can simply go to lift our voices dot com and you can sign up to join our mission become part of our army. One of my favorite quotes is happens to be anonymous. It's one woman can make a difference is but together we rock the world and that's what this mission is about. Lift our voices. I'm here to help. All of the women who have not been able to have their voices heard. I'm also also trying to get people like yourself who have a big voice out. There did to join our mission because it's important that the people who listen to you realize that they can have the voice by joining this mission and so also people can simply text lift two seven nine seven nine seven nine and that will sign them up. You know right away eventually. Our hope is that this will not just be a radical. NDA's pushing legislation with regard to that but any other way in which women are subjugated and that's why we decided decided to call it. Lift our voices because we didn't WANNA say stop. NDA's even though that's our first mission. Sure we don't want US ourselves as to the amount of work that we can do. Yeah and so lift. Our voices really encompasses you know an entire wide ranging wide ranging movement. I love it I just love it thanks you. You've been traveling the country to give workshops to help women and Any men who've been subject to this learn their rights and helped them combat sexual misconduct. What are are you taking away from those trips? What's what's making you feel hopeful because we're sitting here talking about heavy things but I see that fire in you and I we see how excited you are for the fight and for what's going to be on the other side of it for all of us For for everyone in society and and so I wonder what's Uh what's lifting you up about all these interactions you're having people will shortly after my resolution. I started the Gretchen Carlson Gift of courage fund. And so I have been. I'm giving away money to organizations to lift up girls and boys men and women One of the initiatives that I started from that was the Gretchen Carlson leadership initiative for underprivileged women across our country because the number one question that I received after my case was okay. Well you might have had the means to hire fancy lawyers and you had a national platform is as a national journalist. But what about the fast food worker at McDonald's and you know it really. It really troubled me because honestly I did not have a great answer for that and through this initiative my leadership initiative I was able to create this thirteen city tour so far where we go to cities and we provide free workshops for these women we provide food and free childcare free transportation so that they can come and get legal help legal advice and just learn more about the issue to be empowered to know that their voice matters i. Am I have to tell you. It's been one of the one of the things that I've been most proud of over. The last three years is seeing that. I'm starting to make a difference in the communities that nobody else's cared about up until now or at least not many people have cared about and people aren't putting resources they're not putting resources towards and so the main thing for me was to be able to to to put those resources to to good work and so I've been really proud of that so there. There's a lot of things that I'm working on juggling at the same time but I think the central theme is that I'm working to help all women and the next generations so that we can finally eradicate these problems so cool so the thing that I loved to ask everyone I sit across from as a podcast is titled Work-in-progress. What feels like a work in progress in your life my entire life I as I said my life works in mysterious ways right now this has been the most rewarding work in progress for me is Trying to make life in society better for women and you might think finally being recognized as the person that I've always been which is a fighter for women. Yeah and and I feel like I'm so close to making major impactful change and being the final part of that tipping point of the Cultural Revolution that we're experiencing right now and if I can pass this legislation and if lift our voices can get thousands of people to join it and we have power in numbers and we can go to corporations and say. You can't do this anymore. Wow I'm I'll I'll feel pretty good about about the movement that that I've had a part of awesome. Can.

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"carlson" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"carlson" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"End up going into TV. Oh Gosh well this is a long circuitous story. So my parents were upset that I wasn't playing the violin anymore so I was studying at Oxford at the time for a semester and I got a call from my mom she said. I just got this brochure in the mail. And it's from the Miss America Organization tation and it says that fifty percent of the candidates points based on talent. And you have that so you should start playing the violin again and thirty percent accent is on interview and you're smart so I think you should do this. Well Yeah Dead Silence I said are you nuts I am. I was a tomboy growing up. As I told told you earlier I struggled with my weight. I'm short classical. Violin had never won. I'm from Minnesota. It's not really a pageant state. I had a lot of things going against me from what I thought in the pageant world and but my mom's you know incredibly convincing person and She believed in me. So I dropped out of Stanford my senior year and and decided at that point that I would go full steam ahead one hundred and twenty percent towards this particular goal. And you don't listen. It happened to to work out. became the first classical classical violinist ever to achieve that goal still to this day and it taught me amazing communication skills. It's the hardest job I'll ever have as a twenty two year world being Miss America. Yes I was also introduced to the world of being bullied the minute that I became it unfortunately by other women and there as a female reporter at my first press conference who deliberately dubbed me the smart Miss America but in a mocking way and then gave me a series of questions like a test I during my first press conference to try and take me down and they were questions like who's on the fifty dollar bill. WHO's on the hundred dollar bill? You know what you're the Vietnam War and do you know what Chappaquiddick the quick is with Ted Kennedy owned by the way number. One thousand nine. Have you ever done drugs number. Twenty have you ever had sex and the entire New York City Press Corps booed in her. which as you know the New York City Press Corps doesn't boo so it was like alarming to me that this woman was taking me down like this? It was like my resume just evaporated overnight and all of my accomplishments and so. I'm not a huge believer in revenge. However I saw her ten years later and we were both covering the same event in New York City? And have you ever had one of those moments in your life where you think to yourself should I could i. This is about being a Gutsy Gretchen. Right and I decided when I got done with my live report said I was GONNA approach. Her and my heart was racing out of my chest and marched up to her and I put my hand out and I said Hi Penny. I said I'm Gretchen. Carlson you probably don't remember who I am but about ten years ago you tried to take me down at a press conference. It's and I just want to let you know right now that I'm a correspondent for CBS News. And you're not and then I marched away as fast as I could and it felt so good it felt so good and literally sitting here at my arms mixed yet. Oh God that's great so good for you. Listen and there are moments in every person's life. Whenever I tell that story people are like Oh yeah I can think about ten other things that I've done in my life and I I wish I would have that opportunity you know? Listen it's about taking your power back and and somebody tries to wrong. You like that for no good reason. Listen that stayed with me. It stayed with me. It's still with me my whole life to humiliate me like that and and try to subjugate me into some sort of power struggle like that and make me look like an idiot idiot. Women women and men don't deserve that because when people really come for you and they really cut you to the core. That wound leaves a scar And everybody says well what does it matter. But nobody knows what it's like until they're on the receiving end of it. Nobody knows when when you bring up you know Internet trolls. Some of the things that I've been through with people on the Internet have actually changed me as a person. And that's something. I can't undo the the way I react in public spaces. The the increased paranoia. I feel in certain avenue that will never leave me because because things have happened and people forget that they can have a lasting impact on you that is harmful especially when that was so public. Yes I know. Those Internet trolls are sitting in their basements. I mean I. I used to respond to Internet trolls. No you can't no no. I would do it in a funny way I would. I would comment on my looks or something like that I would say oh. I'm sure you're a perfect ten. And then often I would write back in and I would be like if they said something horrible. I'd be like wow. You're it sounds like you're really having a bad day. You know I'll think about you and hope that it gets better. And then they would write back. Oh I didn't I didn't really mean what I said easy. How people can you can turn them around by treating them? Well now. Listen I don't have time to do that all I just do it like as my own social experiment to see where what would happen. I've done that yet and people will say well don't respond. I'm like you didn't see the nine hundred and ninety nine. I didn't every once in a while. I have to one of my favorite things. When someone's being nasty to you seem nice? Yeah exactly and the problem is after. I've had a couple glasses chardonnay. You should not let me near twitter. Yup because because then I look at my apprehension about saying something goes down a little bit so there's never a good idea to go on and talk to trolls than but but anyway let's life. That experience was life changing for me and really made me strong as as a person and I ended up doing so much television during that year and I sort of had this idea of television in the back of my mind from my music music career because stories had been done about me so I I was I had a little bit of knowledge about TV. And then it just really heightened that for me and I did this. This show where it was called bloopers and in practical jokes. It's before your time and Dick. Clark and Ed McMahon played a practical joke on me and I didn't know what was happening and then so I talk about this satellite system for fourteen fourteen minutes. That was really complicated and I knew nothing about it. And when the show aired TV agents called me and they were like if you can do that you can do. TV have you ever. I thought about it and I was like really because I was watching the show in my hotel room with like the covers over my eyes because I was so embarrassed even sitting there by myself totally and it. It's it's another example of how what you perceive to be a negative life. Experience actually turns into this amazing New Avenue and path so I ended up in TV but I knew my l. all sets were good for five years so if the TV thing didn't work for the first couple of jobs. I could still go back to law school and then I just ended up. I continued to move. I went to Richmond Virginia India for my first job that I went to Cincinnati. Then I went to Cleveland then I went to Dallas and then I went to New York City to work for. CBS and then eventually at at Fox. So like I said my life has worked in mysterious ways. Yeah very mysterious. Wow so when you started your career as a political reporter what what was the industry like for women at that time. Oh are are you noticing things that are getting pushed under the rug. Is that over Funny you should ask so so first of all I got a new boss. who was a woman who made me the political reporter? I was only twenty three years old and there were I don. I don't think there were any other women covering the governor at that time in the state of Virginia. So that was you know a huge sink or swim moment for me. But one of the first stories that I covered was the Anita Hill hearings and I remember being mortified that they attacked her and didn't believe her and then I was promptly sexually harassed on the job what happens so By photographer we had gone out to do a story very in the rural part of the state and when we got back in the car he this is before cell phones by the way just to put it in place. How fearful I was? He started asking me how I had liked it. When he put the lovelier microphone up my shirt and touched my breasts and I was panicked sitting in the passenger seat and then it went it went downhill from there and I actually envisioned myself opening up the passenger door and rolling out of the car? Like I'd seen in movies perfect person to talked about that and then I was wondering how much that would hurt. So I ultimately didn't didn't do that but I was shaking like a leaf and not a lot rattles me and I got back in the newsroom and I was shaking and to his credit. The interim news director at the time was a man and he kept approaching me and asking me what was wrong and I didn't want to tell him. Obviously and he finally coaxed me into into telling him but that was you know bazaar experienced to be new in the business realized that women were not paid fairly express that to my mom then watched the Anita Hill hearings wonder why the hell they retreating her like crap and then go out on a story and be sexually harassed and I was like whoa welcome to the real world so I guess my Miss America Eric Experience Quite frankly prepared me for those kind of tough experiences and I was fortunate enough to not face that for my next. I know my next three or four jobs until I got to Fox so the next couple of jobs were great. Yeah I learned. I loved working in Cincinnati. I learned. That's where I really honed and my my life skills and be able to speak on my feet with no script and changing stories like on a dime. Cleveland was my first anchor job so that was when I was behind the desk but I had a really harrowing experience there too because I was fired the week after I got married why because I was ironically I was part of the very first two female local primetime newscast in the country so it was very progressive. So it's very telling for sort of my life history now but it didn't work and the other woman was from Cleveland leave land so she was the obvious one for them to keep so. I came back from my honeymoon and my mail. General Manager called me up to the office and he said to me these words now. Now that you're married you'll be fine. You're fired yup also illegal to tell a woman that so. I spent a year crying trying in my garage which I also painted the floor of. I'd like to get credit for that and I mowed the lawn every week on time. They kept busy but I realized that to get another. TV Job is going to have to move to a different city. And I just got married for God's sake if job in Dallas and moved and then my husband had distinct Cleveland so then we commuted the second year of our marriage and I never really talked about being fired because this is another thing that we feel humiliated about right that people keep secret and now now I just shout it from the rafters. 'cause it's like.

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"carlson" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"carlson" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Have so many questions about Fox. Okay you talk about how you've been planning trying to figure out and planning how to press charges about what you are being subjected to there. And then you were shockingly let go and then you knew you needed to act fast because you knew why you were let go and you were. Let Go I. Hi can say this. 'cause I've read the reports and you may not be able to say. Aye or Nay but you were let go for rebuffing advances that were sexual in nature and grotesquely inappropriate from your boss silence. You all understand what's happening. She's not allowed to say yes. But I can tell you the answers. He asked what you can read my plane right exactly you. We can all read it in. The answer is yes. When you 'cause you mentioned this earlier your attorneys realized that this would wind up enforced arbitration which would be a secret back door dirk? His Day of my life closed room goodbye. The world will never know right or you could stand a chance to take the sky down for unreal by suing him personally. What was it like when they presented that option to you? Good I mean at this point you know I ahead made. The decision. took me a long time to get there. Luckily I had a very supportive family. I'm still blessed to have my parents and my life and I mean no matter how old you you get you want to have their support. This and I grew up in a small town in Minnesota. It's not like people around. There used to suing people. There's this thing called Minnesota Nice so it took me a while to convince my parents and then and they finally realized what it was and they were like yeah. We're we're with you. It's a really emotional phone call and so yeah leading up to that point and then finding out from my lawyer that there might be another avenue was was really optimistic for me and listen what I could've never ever ever known how this was all going to play out when when I jumped off the cliff I did not know what was going to happen. The next minute much less the next hour the next day the next week's so when when Twentieth Century Fox announced that day that they were going to start an investigation. We were like Holy Shit really. We never expected that. I mean my lawyer said to me. Look they're gonNA crucify you and they. He did but we never never believed that they would start an investigation so that was the first thing. I never thought that he'd be fired. Ever happened two weeks from the day Ben. My case was resolved and it actually was an incredibly progressive settlement because even then three and a half years ago. I got a rare public apology. Nobody ever gets that. And by the way that's all women want because they want to be validated for what happened to them. Uh and you never get it because some people might argue that. That's an admission of guilt. Yeah it makes them look culpable so getting that apology was crucial to me. And it was so emotional the day that my new started trickling out because the news media picked up on the apology. The headlines were Gretchen. Carlson gets a public apology. And I I was getting my nails done because I had brought my school kids to the first day of school and I was waiting to go to another appointment. I'm by myself in this Nelson and tears coming down my face and the woman's probably early like who the hell's this person and I was crying not because of the resolution. I was crying because I got an apology. And that the media was picking up on it I also got the ability within the resolution to talk about this. Which is why have been doing all the work I've been doing trying to pass legislation and the initiative that I'm about to tell you about to stop indie? Yea I got that ability to become an activist for this issue now. Had I known at that time that it would start a cultural revolution and and the floodgates would open a year later with the metoo movement and that we would make so much progress in a short period of time I would have fought like hell did not sign that. Nda Hey but that's the next phase now for other women. And that's why. I'm trying to do what I'm doing now. And the India has always been a standard practice and what was a way to it was your is the thought process behind it simplistically. Hey We'll pay you some money and then you're GONNA sign this. You can never tell anyone what happened right and then you just go off on your little Mary way but the part of it the people forget is that women never work again so when people say oh well you knew what you were getting into when you signed the NDA no they primarily want to keep you silent and they give you some money but that's because most of the women never work in their chosen profession ever again so arguably you're out of money even though you get a settlement right and so we need to eradicate indies because the only way we're truly going to resolve this issue is if we continue to discuss this openly and have dialogue about it. That is the only way to solve it and to allow women to have a voice. Which is why I've created aided with my fox colleague Julie Roginsky lift our voices? Which is our new organization to get people all around the world to sign up sign sign onto our mission to join us to make companies not do this to women anymore were to appoint right now? Where women's voices need to be heard one one hundred percent and we're very hopeful that this initiative is the next phase of this revolution so exciting? Thank you so how did the how. How did it come to be? It came to be because I had already been working on the hill for the last three years to get rid of forced arbitration clauses which. I'm still incredibly optimistic about you. Know have you heard about this. Uncalled impeachment. It's gotten in the way of we introduce the bill to two different times but then with so many shenanigans going on politically It's never really made. Its Way to the floor but I did finally testify before the House. A last May which is a prerequisite for it to come to the House floor so I remain incredibly the optimistic and imagine this. It's actually bipartisan. Because I'm smart enough to know after covering politics for so long but nothing's GonNa pass if it's not bipartisan. It doesn't have a chance in hell and my bills really simplistic. It's only three pages long. It gives women a choice. Do you WanNa go to the Secret Chamber of Arbitration. Nobody ever hears from you ever again or do you want to be able to go to your seventh amendment right eight of an open jury process for sexual harassment. That will be key to really solving this problem so I'm still working really hard on that at the same time in tandem tandem. I'm now fighting to stop. NEA's and how this came about was because NBC. After the Ronan Farrow Book and catch and kill. I guess felt under pressure to say that they were going to allow women who had signed. NDA's there to be able to be allowed out of them and that weekend a couple of us at Fox who had been forced to sign them got together on the phone and we said well what about us so we went out and did media and demanded that Fox led us out of our as as well which we have since never heard anything back from them and then that led us to starting lift our voices because we realized there were so many any women out there who have been forced to sign these kinds of of secret agreements even not about sexual harassment about a bunch of other stuff toxic environments in the workplace. What what kinds of other things or people forced sign? NDA's over maybe injuries that they incurred you know more. Maybe they got really sick over something that was in the workplace unsafe conditions. Sure any kind of discrimination pay inequity. I mean there's a myriad of other reasons why and listen. We're not asking just to be clear. Because trolls out there on twitter order will be like you know they want. They don't want. They want everyone to get rid of all their secrets. We're not asking you to give us the formula for Coca Cola right not that not that kind of not that kind of in India or the big Mac recipe. No right this is about human rights violations. Yes and things that are not supposed to be secret that companies want to keep secret. It's they're basically they're they're dirty laundry. Yeah the other impetus for this. was that these projects have been going on about my story at Fox. Wchs the mini series on showtime the loudest voice. And then. The the movie bombshell and I can't participate in these and so while that's strange and frustrating you know. I wanted to have an answer to that and my answer is I couldn't participate in these and I don't want other women to not be able to participate debt to not be able to have a voice and how wild that Naomi Watts who played you in the loudest voice and Nicole Kidman. Who's playing you in bombshell casual by the way? You're like cool two of the best addresses on the planner display weird. How crazy that you don't get to speak to them no? They can't do their jobs. They can't actually do research. They have to watch your old interviews. They have to read your complaints. They they have to dig up what they can find view. That's been out in the public sphere. They can't sit and have a coffee with you and hear about how you felt in your body here about the ways in which you were touched or spoken to or demeaned or in the list goes on and that as a person who both is passionate about journalism and who who is an actor as my career that would make me crazy. It's been incredibly difficult now. I have become friends with Naomi Watts since then because you could say to. Her once. Production was rap. I could speak you know technically I could have gotten together with her and just said you know. Hey what's your favorite color like. I could talk to her about anything else. Yeah but the point you it would be torture. Well yes so I met her at. The premiere of the loudest voice was really. It was fascinating because it was like this instant connection because I knew she had done so much research on me and she had played this really difficult painful role and so she had to immerse herself into what she thought. I was feeling which wasn't wasn't good. And and so we had this immediate connection and she wrote this beautiful Instagram Post. About how courageous she felt that I was and it really. It was attribute that I'll never ever ever forget because it it really sort of tied it up in a nice bow because I couldn't participate in at all and it was like a nice ending and conclusion that she actually understood me and everything that it took to to get there. But it's it's tough to watch something that was such a painful period in your life. Now listen I have to take the high road because I wake up every morning. Optimistic about this fight. I were bracelet on my arm. That says be fierce which the title of my book and I looked down somewhere and I gauche it. I don't really feel like it today. And then I gotta do it gotTa do it not necessarily for me but for everyone else out there who doesn't have the same platform that I might have and so I have to look at this in the big picture and say okay. This movie bombshell couldn't participate. Couldn't talk to Nicole. Kidman couldn't talk to the writer. They take a tremendous amount of liberties. Can't tell tell you what's true and what's not so. The big picture is look if this continues the conversation fantastic if this helps one more women to come forward yes US great. That's the way I have to look at this but I don't want future generations of women and men to be silenced and that's why I continue to press forward Lord. That's really incredible thank you. You're welcome the face of when when you say that I think of them say that I get that. Yeah you're a little bit punk punk rock which I think people don't know about you but you on what way you just are like your you have that fierce like damn the man fuck the system. You're sitting here. You've diamond. Safety pins in your ears. Just got these this was. This was merry Christmas to me..

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"carlson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"carlson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"When people if people tweet me and go, I know you have this joke about getting more because you pay more I go, I know you're not serious. And I I'm Sherry and they go what? And I go look to the universe. Forget about this country. We'll go to every other country, and we'll go the universe. What other system works this way? What other system other than the government taking your money? Whatever system worked where you pay a million, you pay ten thousand we get the same it doesn't exist. So the notion that what I'm thinking is insane. I'm pushing it right back, and you try to find another system. And I kind of mean it I wouldn't mind if we could find an an. An example of where somebody just paid or put in or did whatever much greater extent than another and didn't receive more than the other. Anyway, everyone always thinks a douche when I say that. But. My I've also realized that we got Tucker Carlson coming up Tekere Carlson can't say that. Because he did even though he grew up without his mom. He grew up with privilege and most people are many people that are in that position have that sort of guilt of the past. I don't have any of that. So I just say dumb things that that anger everybody. All right. Let's do one more. Right. Well, just because you're married, even if you're super super happily married doesn't mean you should give up your friendships a new study out of the university of Texas found that when couples had issues in their relationships having friends to turn to makes a big difference in your health who are the people that choose to go through life without friends. I'm so I find it fascinating. Like, I realize like. My dad, my mom really don't have friends per se. Are they didn't some a little bit? And this and that, but not really I had friends man because I needed my friends to survive in need to eat at their house. Sweep over. Yeah. Emotionally, I'd spent a lot of time with them. And all the things I got to do that sounded like something like going skiing. I went skiing with Jeff pucks family..

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"carlson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"carlson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And in the therapeutic process. I you know, 'cause the next thing, you know, you're sitting around drinking a Fresca complaining about the old man or something. And you've now torn down this. It's sort of like, I don't know you can't go golfing with your football coach. And then go back to the field. The next year round notion of like, I don't know if it's good or bad. I'm just saying in her world, you don't you know? Julia Roberts doesn't kiss her clients and Pretty Woman sleep with them. But no kissing their crossing the line. And so I figured out something was wrong with me. And so my plan was don't have kids until you can be reasonable. Parent into your financially ready to do it. And then Secondly, you just fake it. It's exactly what you said. Yeah. I walk into my kid's room. And I go this an awesome day, right, man. This is exciting. I'm so I'll say to my kids all time. Look, I pointing arguments with my wife, but when I talked to my son, or my my daughter, I go who would you rather have for mommy mom in the world. That's how could you have a better. Mom. You couldn't have a better. Mom, you know, how into you. She is is crazy. She's the best mom in the world. And I go into my daughter's room, and I say that the same thing I say to my kids if I had a mother like you did I'd be president nited states by now such a massive advantage. You have no idea what it's like to have a mother, then I go look at your hundred ten pound lab fill the best in the world. That is the greatest thing in the world. Like, let's go out and ride bikes. Let's go. The sun is shining makes them. Hey, like, this is awesome. And look half the time they go. Hey, you're blocking the TV set in the. But I literally just fill their head. I mean, I was talking to my son last night. I said I guess who's coming by the shop tomorrow coup Tucker Carlson, he's Tucker Carlson. What time coming by like eleven thirty. He said damn He said. then Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Tucker Carlson, I missed them. Both you Jabbar here. Yeah. Sitting right where you're sitting. We did take an aids motivational podcast. I do and my show like NBA all star and Tucker Carlson, miss them both. And I said all tell Tucker you said. He I we've met. Yeah. I know. I know you're talking. Yeah. And it's fake it. It's just fake it whatever's going on in your head whatever scars you have scar tissue have or demons in your past. I mean the. The mom literally moving out of the country checks as it is potentially psychologically, devastating as you can as as apparent interaction can be and actually on a much greater scale than dying in a car accident. We all hear the story of my mom died in a car accident when I was six died of breast cancer. And everyone goes, oh, my my heart pours out, you, psychologically, I'm leaving in going to another country, and I'll stay there, and I'll be alive. I'll have no contact with you is much more damaging potentially on a psychological level yet you chose to put your head down and move forward. Now raise in. I mean, she was. I'm leaving out shoes. Really crazy. Let me just put it that. Right. Like, so crazy that my brother, and I we never talk about it. But we were talking about it this weekend because of some unbelievable messing that she left behind legally which were still dealing with seven years later. Like, I said to my brother, really only she would do this. You know, she didn't raise us. She was horrible. And then she dies and causes us all these problems because it's just perfect. She's a bitch from the grave, but we always say to each other to this day. How grateful we are that we didn't have to grow up with her which is so thankful he has, you know. So we look at it as like a real bussing in my dad, and my step mom and just like the best people ever. And so I just feel really blessed in that way. But I mean, she was like doing real drugs around us when we're little and getting us to do it and just like being a nutcase full-blown nutcase last question. Which I think you've definitely managed to do which is. Not internalizing. Yeah. Which is.

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"carlson" Discussed on Z100

Z100

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"carlson" Discussed on Z100

"Carlson. I. Late. Does she said don't you worry? But this. Really looking for another mistake thinking. And a week Rebecca g was only looking to birth to three nights at the moment. Four. Two bus crossed. Again. She told me, I was never a friend. Maybe you could swing boom around ten. Jin will be in between the sheets AM, baby. If you wanted me. Did you said she's singing A couple of weeks only want to see her. We think away the days with the takeaway pizza before with sex. Message was the only way to reach not stay in a tree singing Aretha all over the track. Like a feature. Wants to see book as the auto wants to either the me and how we make money the same way for. Two planes the same day on those shows have never been more. It's about maybe we'll go together just figured it out on the phone with you and sit on the couch. We should get on a plane, and we'll be missing it. Now. Shot down with things played out when she was kissing him. How was confused about figuring out what his singing?.

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"carlson" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"carlson" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Thirty plus years i've seen every type of child grow up instead of giving me what i wanted she gave me what i needed which was truth down that emotions win led truth win do your very bad then you have a lot of fun while you do the better you get at something the more fun you're gonna have something you moms and dads are wired with everything you need to be a parent to a great kid welcome to parenting great kids this is episode number fifty seven and i'm your host dr meg meeker today we're doing a special podcast focusing on fathers this is a very special father's day podcast and the first of a two part interview i did with fox news anchor tucker carlson he is also the host of tucker carlson tonight i sat down with tucker in his office in washington dc and talked about his own father being the father of four and what he thinks about the state of fathers in america so stay tuned tucker is funny witty and has unusual stories and insights into fatherhood during this week before father's day i wanted each of us to pause and think about the fathers in our lives some of us had wonderful memories of our dads conversations vacations car rides walks in the parks or bike rides some of us have lost our fathers and ache to have them back for just one more day some of you listening are followers of young children are grown adults perhaps you're a single dads struggling with the feeling that you just aren't enough for your kids or maybe you struggled with wondering if you're getting this parenting thing right this podcast is for you no matter who you are or what your age each of you has experienced with a father even if you had no father in the home growing up your experience is that you.

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