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"face this magazine" Discussed on KTRH
"Katie are a studio driven by Julie right dot com once a great ride joy right dot com good morning little cold out there five AM on Houston's morning news I'm Jimmy Byrd along sure fryer among our top stories as we get started this morning a run on space heaters and pipe wrapping day one of the public impeachment hearings in a five oh eight a senior state department officials face time magazine cover so what I have one of those too details on the minute to head during Houston's morning news first let's get you caught up on a morning drive once again delete a hearty ready to report what's going on well you might want to get that car start a little bit early this morning I'm looking at the Katy freeway I don't see any problems everybody's rolling right along Barker cypress and about way eight five a seven minute trip for you so far two ninety eight looks okay from Barker cypress and about weight about seven minutes and then you get closer to six ten you might tap the brakes a little bit to eighty eight the end downside from five eighteen the downtowns about fifteen I'm Julie hardy in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center from Arcadia ARH topics defenders twenty four with this and are generally a cloudy day today cold again with a high temperature only about thirty one bit least like tonight it'll be in the low forties overnight lows instead of the low thirties currently it is thirty two your official severe weather station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. it's time for the news here's your prior I wrap myself in plastic less I well the wind quit that helped a lot it's now five a one a newsradio seven forty Katy erase the top story this hour we are waking up to the second freeze warning in as many days here in the Houston area people in Conroe it's a local home improvement stores to help them and maybe some other outside Duan's stay warm eighty year old house here in order for a while now so the two we have we needed one more others telling our TV partner channel to their stocking up on supplies for their outdoor pets now we may have seen the last of these freeze warnings for at least a few days anyway ready get details on weather channel meteorologist Terry Smith in about eight minutes meantime it's really blow in there in Washington DC the impeachment circus getting under way today really with those so called public testimonies news Kediri just plus Saunders live.
"face this magazine" Discussed on Household Name
"Wile fenders rolling out his telecaster what was going on with Les Paul Leads Paul was working his magic of multi track recording where you play one instrumental part and then you go back and layer another instrumental part over it so that can mean four layers of guitars three layers of vocals or all of the above you can hear those like high twinkly notes are less speeding up the recording of different layers of guitars he's just like playing them and then speeding up the record and recording that onto another record I'm not even talking about tape here we're talking about Vinyl Shellac doc disks right like being spun one after another and he has to play each of those parts exactly right or the entire recording is broken the entire recording to be thrown away by nine hundred fifty one thousand nine hundred eighty two he was one of the biggest pop stars in the country selling millions of records turing all over the country touring even to London which was not common then and using his new wife Mary Ford and her beautiful voice to kind of rise up the charts and are kind of record time and we're talking multiple tracks in the top ten number one hits I mean fifteen million records a year you know they're facing every magazine every newspaper are playing sold out shows for months at the big city theaters it's less polls show lesson may also had a t show sponsored by listerine and it was kind of senator on their domestic life interspersed with these songs and really kind of painted them as like the first family of American Pop Music Mary are you down in the `Aceman Howdy I liked that you can't trust these women Mary Ford you get up here this minute I pulverize looking for me how can you get and Mary quick twist in those dials lesson Mary were pre rock and roll stars and less who is becoming famous for his multi track recording technique and his guitar playing was exactly what Lee offender needed to take his new instrument to the next level Leo knew that leads would have been amazing endorsement for the telecaster having hidden telecaster unless his hands would have elevated it from just the kind of country Western this California thing to a really respected national kind of instrument in a way that wasn't quite yet in the early fifties and they tried to do it so Leo Fender Business Partner I'm actually drove up to is Paul's House in Hollywood one day with an amplifier and telecaster one of the very first that rolled out of the factory and said Hey let's why don't you take a look at this we want to know what you think about it and if you think about endorsing it he basically kind of looked at that telecaster and gave it a thought now this isn't for me so win is Paul told Leo Fender thanks but no thanks what exactly did he do while according to les he called up the head of the company that owned Gibson and hey vendors building the solid body guitar I know you guys think it's crazy but you should really build something like it because if you don't fenders GonNa take over the world and more on that after the break.
"face this magazine" Discussed on WDRC
"Honestly provocative talk the large Larson show welcome back to the Lars Larsen show pleasure to be with you live on Capitol Hill as Nancy Pelosi announces not just an inquiry not just more questions and more witnesses but actually a formal inquiry now I would love to have somebody ask Nancy Pelosi what is the difference between an inquiry which is asking questions and maybe getting answers and a formal inquiry Michael Harrison joins me now who is the godfather for the industry that is talk radio because he publishes talkers dot com talkers magazine and when it comes to talk radio questions people turning on Michael I don't see you in person that often but at least once a year well it's great to see you and I see the city is all ready for you I mean you're just blasting abhor you send and those sharp opinions and insights they're bouncing off the hook the Washington Monument I mean you they can hear you all the way across the you know we we had one piece of bad timing now this piece with Nancy agreeing to hold up for impeachment inquiry until I was doing my show in DC form for formal formal inquiry they had a big environmental protest and it literally was right out on the street right there yeah right outside and right outside the hotel where fair has its annual feet to the fire and we missed it because Arnold plane landed to too late and we weren't able to see a bunch of environmental Yahoo's drag a big pink bow down and chain themselves to a three day and you know I wanted to congratulate them for deep irony there's deep state now there's deep irony deep irony is when a bunch of environmentalists jam up traffic and washing DC in because thousands of cars to set an idol in the humid heat of Washington DC and put more pollution in the air because of environment that is deep hired at is that a buyer that's very clever yeah I think was did you even bother to make I I did make that outside right I I because I don't think they realize. by our environmental protest we have caused a lot more from that happens with a lot of things I think a lot of things that are meant to do good actually have collateral damage that's far worse than what it is they're trying to fix like what the Democrats are gonna do to them I want to ask you about this yeah so the biggest latest issue that they're hanging their hat on right now is we're gonna have a formal inquiry into this phone call that the president had now this all really broke over the weekend of Friday we had a whistle blower that we're to a little bit earlier than Friday of last week a whistle blower and then we find out over the weekend well he isn't actually blowing his own whistle he heard it from someone because he wasn't in the room he wasn't on the call he has no direct knowledge of any of this which appears to not qualify and under the federal whistleblower law but maybe what he heard is accurate in court they don't allow hearsay but it apparently in politics they do so he's not really a whistle blower he didn't actually hurt himself but he thinks the president said something in a call he never heard when he wasn't in the room to a guy who was on the other end of the call in Ukraine who we also didn't here and they're going to launch an entire formal inquiry based on that and and then just a few hours ago literally about three hours ago the White House said we're gonna release the entire transcript of the call unredacted unclassified anybody will be able to see it we're releasing it tomorrow now do you think maybe Nancy and company have just hung our hat on investigation will be over the day that transcript kids don't really know what they're going to say and and and I'm not saying this in a partisan sense I'm just saying what they're going to say is that that tape was edited the transcript was edited they're gonna say the trail so say it was still safe yeah the second I don't I don't know what what goes on behind closed doors all we can do is speculate but I'm I'm I'm telling you watch you watch it that that'll be the next issue is that is that is that it because remember the call was taped as well and then a transcript was made so when people come to me on the radio I'm not a big conspiracy fan. and and here's why because to have a conspiracy like that you would need the cooperation of the president the vice president his staff the person who did the transcription but there is a person who did all of the no no doubt but there have been at that level there have editing of tape swelled and Rosemary woods was one person so the president walked out or his chief of staff walked on to rose merry cut was eighteen minutes or thirteen minutes I I don't I think was a teenager I don't remember this cut those eighteen as I pounded interest you took a conspiracy of two it took him HR Haldeman and rose very simple world. it was a much simpler world now you have to have the cooperation of dozens of people all I'm saying is don't you realize there's no end to this yeah there will not be an end to the next election day election day and you know you're you've been saying you know well why don't they just have an impeachment yeah they can do it they don't want to impeach trump they want to talk about impeaching trump these formal enquiries witcher enquiries where everybody was a bow tie is these these enquiries are free publicity for the democratic party's point of view in terms of election propaganda that's what it is our might our our my naive no you're not naive at all I was just thinking about it but my fellow and I don't I don't think I can tell I'm sure she'll space folks say no I was I I I I did he's laughing at me with me or you know something I don't know no no I know I was just thinking about the fact that the Democrats talk and talk and talk but they never actually do anything and at some point Michael talking is great for them because as long as they're having another hearing in calling more witnesses and sending more subpoenas they think they're doing something these are like the people in companies who say would you do today what you accomplish and they say I went to three meetings I wrote for memos you signal what did you actually produce a value and they say well I was at three meetings and wrote for medical that's a very corporate bureaucratic a tendency and that's Washington not that that to a great extent however however I don't think at that level of government they're doing a bureaucratically I really do believe that somewhere behind some closed door they're saying we do not want to impeach him we just want him to keep doing things that we can keep to informal enquiries and get all that television time and bring these people out you got to remember they don't know the way it plays in the in the the grassroots America from Washington here's what I wonder about grassroots America. the guy comes in and says I'm gonna go out and start oil drilling company any drills a hole incomes of drugs is no not wait wait wait I know where the oil is so drilled another hole at nine ten million Bucks a pop which is what the current cost of drilling for oil so ten million Bucks a hole when he gets to his fourth or fifth or tenth or twelfth dry hole what do is investors and everyone else right they started out again when they start backing out are they there yeah have they had enough dry holes will I only know that after the election we don't know and the very polls that each side claims are not distorted or are distorted I just started so we don't know we don't we're really in the dark on this do you think any of the polls in sixteen were right I don't I don't I don't believe in polls I don't believe in research I I I you know you get me started on all our thing look let's talk talk radio okay what's the state of the industry well it's very boring politics is boring no when no one is interested in politics we I agree I think I think every hasn't changed their formats to recipes I I recipes recipe recipes and alien abductions I don't know does that and cried Lewis he does very well wrong with that nothing wrong with and I'm not going to know what about as house talk radio doing talk radio is thriving in terms of the process of radio the only problems talk radio faces are the same problems at all twentieth century routed media faces in terms of the business models integrating into the digital era exotic competition from places that we didn't know about in nineteen seventy nineteen eighty so those are problems that face everybody in radio and face newspapers magazines movies television so those are problems but all things being equal talk radio is what are they say it's the it's the straw that stirs the drink. I tried to do that all the time well and look at this biggest single format in radio even if we're going to digital and everything else of all the country western rock and roll everything right biggest single format is talk and and where else are there stars on on radio name a famous DJ other than Ryan Seacrest no no more work de is not right you know you know no more Wolfman Jack no more big names it's it's talk show hosts and one of the things that again I try to look at this objectively and I I do a pretty good job of it one of the things about trump that has been fantastic for talk radio is he has elevated the influence factor of hosts and of the medium Michael Harrison you can find what he does it talkers dot com is.
"face this magazine" Discussed on Ringer Dish
"Was not there but she's in a bouquet of flowers to couple with this note may always be this close forever and ever sending my best wishes to lovers on their big day your friend taylor. How does she know that. I was creeping on his wife. What's her name keighley's failure. I was reading out her instagram aspects. I was like are you beautiful woman. It's spelled weird kellyspot k. e. l. e. I g. a. very irish pictures. Oh why is she for. I don't know oh. I was just scrolling passing kept going. I like how she put love. Verse always a chance for problems. Wow next category is not worth. The t. i'm burst orlando. Bloom did not recognize katy perry's own voice on the radio he was on bbc and fans were calling in with their best celebrity impressions and a woman named gemma called in and saying i kissed a girl okay so katy perry saying fucking song. I kissed a girl and orlando bloom's response as gemma. That was great really well done. I'm not convinced but you know it's hard for me to live with that voice and she's going. It's me you try so hard katy perry thing to ever happen. That's not where the haha wow great job so unamused by this story anyway moving on next one as about last week. Harry styles had a ruling so uncover. He has a cover of the face this magazine this week but there were a lot of pictures online. If you follow the hairstyles daily accounts which i do he changed his hair. It looks like a haircut situation but it also change in styling. He's brushing it down <hes> f- like down on his forehead which seems like first of all decision making a surprising decision if you don't think about how people certain people the ringer and also online made fun of harry styles hairline after the rolling stone profile your face it was not me yeah dispelled you. It was just there and we're like his hairline is receding and he's twenty five and i have no comment on that situation. Listen <hes> you guys made fun of his hairline and then he cut his hair and now he's hiding his hairline. They're clearly connected. They're probably not but if they are. I'll never forgive. There are plugs. There are options very styles his hair down straight on his forehead here harry. Please fix it speaking of horrible things. This was also assigned to me. Thank you guys this week. Bella thorne was on harper. Bizarre series called go to bed with me where she just gets ready for bed. It's enthralling and and she basically went to her nightly skincare routine first of all very weird video. It's ten minutes log. She's just talking into nothingness. She has a very monotone expression the whole time. Does this need to be ten minutes long. No silly not couple of questionable things. She's wearing an enormous diamond watches on one wrist. Okay they're back to back diamond. Probably rolexes got a huge diamond ring on her middle finger so big that it would actually knock out. It's raised. It has height to us breath. She's got so many heavy on she looks very uncomfortable and she's in the process of designing here on skincare line and i and uses these products so the first thing she does has issues as a scrub made a lemon juice sugar and olive oil which everybody should know that is terrible for your skin rips apart. Your pores dehydrates you..
"face this magazine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Creativity and so you can find us on Twitter or on Facebook and producer Chris is retweeting the good ones the creative ones and while you're on our social media make sure you sign up you join us on survivor island if you've played in the past well you should have a spot that was a heck up you should have a spot already reserved for you if you are brand new and I know a lot of you are because we're getting your questions in your queries we've got a brand new island reserved just for you and us several hundred of your closest friends but the sharks are on the island which is the the the main points what I haven't even signed up yet and so I guess I should try just in case or some type of wrinkle I'm determined to last at least three weeks coffee anyway check it out on Twitter after hours CBS other show Twitter it's been to the top of that a cow and then also we're gonna put it to the top of our Facebook page right now my column is there but you can find it on Facebook it's it's so easy just paged out a little bit and and you'll find the link eight five five two one two four two two seven that's all toll free live brought to you by guy go with a quick way you can save money switch to geico go to geico dot com and in fifteen minutes you could save fifteen percent or more on your car insurance I don't know how many of you saw this or read this maybe a thousand views you caught on Twitter or other social media there are two pretty famous athletes that are among the next contestant for dancing with the stars ray Lewis is going to be a contestant on dancing with the stars think about how dramatic he is all the time I actually think that would be interesting I don't know what kind of a dancer he is if at all but I do know that he likes to put on a show that that's for sure and then Lamar Odom I just I haven't kept up with Lamar Odom I I have no idea what Lamar Odom is doing right now other than participating in dancing with the stars but yeah Lamar Odom and ray Lewis writers opal spring a photo representing the sports world on the next dancing with the stars also if you have not seen Christie Brinkley lately and I get it this is a it's a promotional photo into there all dressed up and they got make up on and all that jazz holy cow anyone and not by anyone I mean it you peeps there behind the screen don't look if you want to venture a guess as to how old Christie Brinkley is I'm gonna say she is fifty six years old all right Dave sixty six she is sixty five years old when I went I mean you win the the I don't know all right so she's also worth eighty million in case you're wondering if he wins yeah she's the hanging out with her ex husband what one of them there there are many but you wouldn't know and I'm when I was a kid all the soldiers when I was a kid she was my favorite model so I was big the kid who would cut you know actors and actresses faces other magazines and make montage is our murals of them you know I got a bulletin board covered with that so my favorite celebrities and she was my favorite gorgeous woman she's she's beautiful I love Christie Brinkley and I also like Billy Joel's as kind of an easy fit anyway she's long since moved on and she is sixty five years old and you would never know if you Google the latest the the lease fifty with the stars promotional photo I'm telling you what now I don't know how much of it is still be natural I don't I don't actually know that a lot of the labs and famous people do tend to have work done but she looks amazing I mean it's after hours here on CBS sports radio another piece of amazing news to pass along from the pop culture world and we've talked about this a few times so I wanted to make sure I offered the update Alex Trebek done with his chemo treatments for pancreatic cancer and is now on the mend that is a miracle stage for pancreatic cancer is what he was diagnosed with and he put a new video up when she's letting people know that he's full speed ahead for season thirty six of jeopardy so you think it is awesome a member he revealed that diagnosis I think it was a you tube video going back to March and he's also talked about the process that it it was really emotional for him in there were times that he would just cry for really no reason he said but here is all the chemotherapy done behind him I'm on the mend that's all I can do for right now but I mean this this is amazing there was a a time when jeopardy was actually looking for his replacement host and instead he's back for season thirty six how old do you think he is that we just did the guessing game with Christie Brinkley here is Alex Trebek keeping in mind of course that big he's done thirty five seasons of jeopardy but how old do you think he is sixty three Kress he is seventy one years old so where is the whole what do I win he's seventy nine years old there was no he does not look that way here well I feel like these to have completely Dodge father time Christie Brinkley Alex Trebek seventy nine years old would you know that by looking at him so funny quick story about my Grammy Helen she loves jeopardy and she also loves wheel of fortune and I think for for most household because their network programs they're back to back whatever your network you watch them on wherever you are there generally back to back and so she watches jeopardy we watch jeopardy some together all there was a fourth category and I wrapped it I I answered all five of them before the king doesn't fit my Grammys like wow I guess she still haven't figured out what I do for a living anyway so we're watching jeopardy and then we switched over to Pat Sajak and Vanna white and wheel of fortune my Grammy that's not even my my grandmother is ninety seven years old I grab it I feel like she's qualified to say this about Pat Sajak he's really showing his age ninety seven I do you know how could you look at someone else that he's really showing his age he's really showing his age and I don't remember I think I looked it up I don't remember how old Pat Sajak is but he's not as old as as Alex Trebek seventy nine blow you away seventy two thank you producer Chris the showing his age they greet me I I just I didn't take that opportunity to remind her that she's three years shy of the century mark but I did think it was somewhat ironic that she would say to someone else that he showing you anyway fun stuff I talked to Grammy on Thursday evening just to let her know that I got home when I was back to doing the work thing and she's just so cute too so she asked me of a weird question I had no idea what she's asking me but that only happens once every phone call so for the most part she still.
"face this magazine" Discussed on Bigmouth
"I have had a little look at them and there are real wooden berko fleas on them myself. I get both say five hundred eighty. Uh bird call flute for assaulted popstars i i i'm quite impressed by the out this craziness of maget dr five hundred quid works outer walk walk thirty quid a bird call bad is it i watch is a bird coal commercially. I don't know we'd have to go to buckle market r._s._p. They should they should who else should it'd be producing. Handmade bud kills liam gallagher squawking segal to his music. It'd be a pigeon. I thought insist the pigeon of of the world the pigeon detectives oversight ah roger whitaker course he get them for free. I'd say youtube and listen to them. Larger wittig. I had an amazing at an amazing bird. Call experience on holiday in america. We went around the lakes in upstate new york where the loon lives. The loon on the loon is the bed on the pacific state by state so we're out on the lake in this little boat and it's it's like being at an ambient rave call you can hear his papa both the leading so recommended anyway that's birds. Let's say hello to the first brought to you by the r._s._p. Baker let's say the first of all guests david benham is a veteran of the melody maker who writes for the guardian the quietest and also the economists eighteen forty three magazine where he writes about artello. Hello david. How're you david hammer to what what are you still not pop musicians outing actual art well recently. I went to see an exhibition mission. <hes> by <hes> james johnston hospitals is not exactly you you complete pop strawberry. He's he's turned out to be brilliant painters of gallon drunk drunk. Yes yes so so <hes> in fact he's. He's like the first one i've actually seen do this. I that i approve of saw. Finally somebody's come good because usually it's like bill wyman all in now i bob dylan painting his own album culture that if somebody else painted in that way he would sue them yeah and so what what what what makes jimmy johnson stuff special because you did right raising forty-three i'm yes for pro but close enough also the economist and it has a quality to it that remind it wouldn't have been out of place in the great h <hes> the accidentally great general art exhibition that was proven by nazis in the thirties has this this wonderful modernist expressionist slightly deranged equality. That's <hes> <hes> put up. You know he's he's not a particularly famous musician. He's a very good musician and very high highly admired <hes> <music> but <hes> and he started to study painting miniatures in his hotel rooms to kill downtime while on tour and to see if he could do it and he started posting them online and straight away. I was struck by the quality of them because i didn't realize they were by him. I thought he was just posting stuff that he'd seen in galleries while touring europe. That's that's how good it was yeah. The exhibition is it finishes. Literally doesn't it when the podcast goes out. Where is it at the stash gallery <hes> if you google fight you'll find the is this the kind of thing that we should be piling into his future investments. You can you pick up james johnson faulty quit like an. I'm kind of so. I didn't know him. <hes> it's <hes> most of the big pieces of upwards of grand already which is <hes> you know so of beyond beyond my means better. If that's within your pocketbook uh-huh then i'm gopher out say i can tell you absolutely isn't delighted that he's probably made more money out of this than we did our big gala drunk. We suggest i would guess that might be the case hats. That's off hats off to jimmy. Johnson sean who else we showed today also returned to big mouth. This week is mark. Hooper graduates of the face arena magazines around pop culture planner. Mark mccowan on says classicism shot in the head. Some say modernism one class systems listen to your coach said narcissism own. This show did huge retro thing on seven for the garden. You've t._v. Was rather marked at the time. Do you think people unfair about in retrospect alex. Click on new cheapen tightly okay so five minute segments..
"face this magazine" Discussed on On The Line with EstÃ©e Lalonde
"I live to London five years for Lonzo had very separate. Life's. And and then we're head on by MTV, and how we're part in this, and our friends manager was like have you ever thought represent and then we were like, well, these two in the school, please. And we kind of always want. It's we kind of wanted to. But we didn't really particularly want to do together we had two things going on so on I was a dancer, and I was at the producer. And and then they were like you can be backstage every festival the summer, and we were sold because MTV and kiss converge magazine at the titan. So we were like the Fresca faces verge magazine, and then we're like we'll just do for summer, and that will be and then we go ahead on by the BBC. So we did the one extra break for sure. And then we've also snowballed from there. And then we've are died, unfortunately. And so we moved Scotland the condone tools like look what what do we actually cared about? Because he was in his fifties new died of a heart attack. Suddenly, and I think the entertainment industry is great and fine. And we we kind of were like there's there's more to life than than that. So we came back the virgin radio Saturday night show, which is great. So the DIGI DIGI and kept going, and they were just you could violent has anyone ever heard of that show? Nobody won't do. They get. And then that kind taken off. But meanwhile, we were volunteer for twenty search, and at King's College was basically means you get like a free book petition like your body chief Guinea, pigs your body just gets testy forever. So you just signed up for this randomly one day. Yeah. All right. That are. Well, what's actually our PR Italian was she's a twin? And she was like you should go into because it's great. And we're we're like fascinates find the facility was different between those because AMB. Now, also, I was gonna dimension unique before when Trump skill Alana was in business law. So we kind of I always had a science background and can award to find the. And you do quite cool. I, but it sounds like it's they don't get paid for pure voluntary. And then Tim spector who heads at the research was there. He's like the father of the twins far. Yeah. It was like em. Do you guys want to have your guts analyzing those because I was heavier than on it? Didn't know why a lot of has threat. It's like, basically, our health paths were complete opposite and our life. So we'd never had the same disease. And we've never had anything that was the it was really weird. Was this something you guys talked about like how different your health was we sort if we're just like actually to what is it wasn't until we started doing it that you kind of dig deep into that. And you're like so I had like acne wanted an on ahead to thrive as Moore younger. And the doctors could understand why because it was meant to be genetic or viral engine virus? And but turns out it was done to her microbiome. So don't of course of antibiotics before. And there's different reasons, and we were like sure we'll have signed allies and the human genome project. This was maybe the short of okay. Into the basically the human genome put it just happened in the states where they realized that he could sequence DNA and use data to kinda make sweeping statements or guesswork on medical issues, and the that they could use that same technology to. Can of sequence the your gut bacteria. And so we did this. We had to send her off in the post everyday for two months. This is something that I you know, people are telling me about sending poop in the mail. And it's like how many packages are poop only genuinely owls Lincoln that other day because that'd be good that way that you have to put, you know..
"face this magazine" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"Now, if you are sitting at home, and you don't have any edges and your hair is dry, and you don't know what you're going to do about your lack of edges and your dry hair. You ought to put a praise on this million dollar deal. Okay. God is sending you comfort for your edges is a whole word is a whole wide word y'all God is sending you comfort for your edges via muga Elta Ghani. I hope that's as you pronounce her name. If it's not just shout out twenty seven years old. I mean do. Doing bang. Okay. Do you? Remember what you was doing twenty seven probably not getting a million dollars twenty seven. I was nagging the million dollars each one and seven I wanted a million dollars. But I was nuts. Was not getting a million dollars at twenty seven so shout out to my homey. Muga get out there and get your moolah. Okay. For the muga. Okay. Is wonderful is is absolutely great. It's a whole word. It's a whole word guide is sending comfort for your edges. All right. We also want to give a hell Mary and a out to the one the only Diene comparable Cecily Tyson. She is ninety four years old, and she is an icon for the black community across the board. Scratch that she is an icon for the community period. If you have never heard of Cecily Tyson us are living under a rock, let this be the first opportunity that I give you to hear about this ninety four year old I- conic woman who just landed on the cover of time magazine. Listen now, let me tell you why you should but appraise on that God is putting black faces on magazines. Okay, cover. She is a covergirl for time magazine. God has exposed she ninety four y'all. She ninety four years old and just made the cover of time magazine, she is been in this industry for decades. Okay. If you add. Ask me this is the long time coming. She has done more. Then effectively changed everyone's lives. She is done more than affectively been a beacon of hope and inspiration to African American women and actors she is a giants in the industry. And I mean, I am just so so so proud as another African American woman in black history month bul Yahoo. Sicily ties in is on the cover of time magazine. So we are sending her of you hail Marys of you. Hallelujah. Thank you Jesus in a well done and a huge, congratulations to Sicily Tyson for making time magazine, you are a covergirl for show. Okay. And she looked good y'all. Black don't crack for real she looks fan tastic last. But not least in our segment today of big sister, takeovers 'cause as what this is we want to give a huge shoutout to a leash keys who did not compromise our integrity or her her stance and platform, she went through the hall Grammy's dressed to the nine outfit changing with no beat phase. No, mega not a last bit of ASA, lean may be car mex- on our lips as she went out there. And she hosted the Grammys as I would say, I think maybe the first Grammy host we've ever had. There went fresh face. No makeup of the whole show. I thought okay, she going to be hosting the Grammy's, she go and put a land shown or some line or something she she going to do something. My homie win out and my homey did the whole Grammys in her God given natural phase. And she looked beautiful doing it. And so we are going to give her a hail Mary because she is deserving of such. She was the host of the Grammy's Grammy's was amazing. They were awesome. They were great. All megan. Let's be nice in this season. Oh, lord. Lisa. She killed the game. She killed the game. So we want to give a hell married to her and congratulations just for the girl. Power movement. Did y'all watch the Grammys the girl power movement on the Grammy's was on food leak. Okay. On fleet from Michelle Obama who will ever be math?.
"face this magazine" Discussed on KCRW
"To meet a woman who hasn't been abused. And so in two thousand nine I was working on a story for National Geographic magazine about women in Afghanistan. It was a story that I had proposed. And because I felt like after a decade of working there that I had the experience to do a story like that. And I had had amazing contacts at that point across the country. And there was this. Woman. Monica who ran women for Afghan women in Kabul, and that was a shelter for women who had been beaten or women who had been shunned from their families and had no place to stay. And so many called me and said, you know, I think you should come in here because there's a young woman that you should interview. And and I said, okay, and I went to the shelter and I sat with BB show, and we talked about her life. And what happened when she was very young. She was married off to someone who was a Taliban are loyal to this holiday season. And he was extremely abusive physically abusive and she in Afghanistan a woman needs her husband permission to leave the house. And so finally, the beatings got so bad that she fled. And he was so angry that she had left the house without his permission was disobeying him in dishonoring him that he took her to the mountains and surrounded by other Taliban fighters, literally. Sliced her nose off of her face time magazine. Also did a story and featured her on the cover. So you might remember her from the cover also time magazine. But that's the story Abebe Aisha. And she actually I believe she's living in America right now, many people.
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"Twenty minutes after the hour. We're gonna talk about the fiery debate between Florida's gubernatorial candidates mayor Andrew gillum and his Republican candidate his Republican counterpart, Iran Santos. That's who President Trump is back. Did I say toast? Right. I I in today's entertainment news, Megan Kelly, you know, from she comes on the today show on NBC, but her show is cancelled. After her controversial comments about black face. People magazine is reporting that executives at NBC are contacting the staff and reassigning everyone today. So that's good news. At least, you know, they they won't be out of work. Because Megan Kelly is now everyone's being told they still have a home there. But it won't be on Megan show. According to TMZ NBC was paying her twenty five million dollars a year. I remember when she got contract. I remember that. Yeah. We left you say box. She was saying that when she was little she went out in black face. And it was okay, they were. Yeah. He was having a round dress up in a car. Yeah. Soundbite plays for those. That didn't hear it. Because you do get in trouble. If you are a white person who puts on Halloween or black person who puts on white bear Halloween like. Kid that was okay. As long as you were dressing up character. Feels like something is offensive to them. Then you should say it and that's fair. Going to dress up. You've gotta be able to take one of the things they mentioned is people dressing up like Nazis. If you think it's offensive at probably. Yup. I mean, it was quick. Jay, Megan Kelly said she did it as a child, and it was okay. You got a lot of backlash on social media. She wrote an Email to her colleagues at work and then she apologized yesterday public apology to the viewers. It's something she said, she should lose her job fun. I mean black face. You know, what that represents? Yeah. Yeah. And the fact that she didn't know that. And she said that you know. Yeah. It's like come on. Now, how do you know all this other stuff, and you don't know that we're in? We're in the words business, and when you're in the worst business, there's a lot of times you're gonna say stuff that you shouldn't say, so maybe the first offense, maybe you should be suspended without pay. But to lose your job is just to me. It's kinda it's kinda hard. Here's the thing. Here's the problem that I had with the panel. You were talking about a black black face comments on on a panel with all white people all people. Okay. Let me. You know, it it like Shirley says she's an expert on everything. And then you know, you go and say something like that. It's just. With the climate. Fine. Yeah. That's right. Right. It was like one of those crazy flippant remark. It ain't never been fine made as a key dress black face, and it was full your neighborhood. With our black faces we had no costume. But the whole different story. And then, but you just realize that it's offensive come on now that anyway, all right? We'll NBC was paying twenty five million dollars a year. Like, I said in the network may end up settling for close to fifty million. So she's she's still winning. He's still winning. All right time for today's headlines. Come on Jay introduced everybody's time from his aunt trip with the news, and thank you very much everybody and good morning. Well, as the manhunt continues to find the person or persons responsible for sending at least ten possibly explosive packages to people we the criticized President Trump or who criticise by the federal authorities announced said do event the eyes trained on southern Florida, specifically, Miami Dade County believing that a number of the suspicious packages were mailed from that area and processed by postal facilities there, according to Reuters new service all the devices feature the same return address that Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She's a foil Florida Democrat and former head of the. The Democratic National Committee, President Trump tamp down all that partisan rhetoric for a while. Anyway, after the first explosive devices were found, but he has since changed his tune, or let's say he's gone back to the old tune he's attacked the media again this time while addressing a rally yesterday in Wisconsin media also has a responsibility to set a civil tone and to stop the endless hostility and constant negative and oftentimes false attacks and stores have to do. And no surprise White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders insists that her boss is being treated unfairly against continue to focus only on the negative. And there is a role to play yesterday. The very first thing that the president did was come out and condemn the violence. The very first thing your network did was come out and accused the president of being responsible for it. That is not okay. The first thing should have been to condemn the violence. Meanwhile, none of the bomb like devices has exploded. That's a good thing. Nervousness, though over the ones found has led to some false alarms. But authorities are still urging Americans to be vigilant report any package that had visible, wires or stains or unusual markings. With a lot of postage stamps on them a lot of tape and easy looks really really strange and bumpy and stuff like that. You should still report it, okay? The eldest son of the brutally murdered dissident Saudi journalists. Homolka's Yohji has finally been allowed to leave. The kingdom of Saudi Arabia and come to the states after posing for pictures shaking the hand of the crown prince. Oh, man who was assumed to have ordered his father's brutal death. Apparently, the Saudis were refusing to let Salah been Shoji leaves the country. Even though he held dual American and Saudi citizenship. It was thought the salon was kept from leaving in hopes that his father would sneak back into the country to try to get him out. And then they were going to try to get him. When he did that the Trump administration changing ObamaCare rules, so that the healthy middle income people will be able to buy less expensive healthcare policies that don't provide the basics of the Affordable Care Act mandated in fact, states could now use federal funds to help people pay for low quality insurance plans like ones that do not cover preexisting, conditions and stuff like that. Exactly. Which is what people did want them to cover early voting began in several states this week. Big balloting has now begun in Alaska, Arkansas, Idaho. Massachusetts, New Jersey, Texas and Maryland begins today in the district of Columbia, and today is national Frankenstein Friday. Talk about the he cushion ears up. Steve Harvey Mason, find out if uncle Steve is smarter than his nephew being back. Twenty minutes after the hour. Steve every morning show. You're listening. Steve Harvey morning show or one three did you know that one out of every two people sing when they clean. Well, I am one of them was thinking, my all time favorite, plastics cleaning doesn't have to be a chore when you're having fun doing it. I especially enjoy lemon fresh pine Sol. It's great for mopping cleaning my tub, and my.
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"It's just a question of did it really go down the way they say it went down, you know what was was that that mattress girl, Columbia really raped by another Columbia student. The way that she described, it doesn't look like it. I mean, I think the guy has been completely exonerated at this point, but do I believe that she was sexually assaulted sometime in her life prior to that, I think it's quite possible. You know what happened to Dr Ford? I mean, was she sexually assaulted some at some point in her life? I mean, quite possibly, but did it go down exactly the way she remembers? It wasn't. This guy. Cavanaugh was really the one that did it. Yeah. I mean any anybody who talks to say a police detective or public prosecutor who has dealt with rape cases and child abuse. Human trafficking. Any of these sorts of things can tell you that it's just so much more complicated than fucking thrown on like a metoo hashtag. I mean, we're trying to get down to fax and prove these things and get a jury to convict it is fucking difficult in these stories of what happens to people. I mean, they're, they sometimes some cases are black and white shirt. And I mean, we're all glad when we can get a slam dunk and the court system and put some really bad people in prison. But so many of them are just shades of gray, you know, and I don't know if you've seen the people on, you know, and they're totally people that you're talking about in this study far left people on Twitter. I have seen mainly female. I believe women and also there's been women flat out, say, and their prominent women. They're like verified on Twitter. They're not. These aren't magazine editors saying flat out. I don't really care if men get falsely accused of stuff and it ruins there. Life, like the bigger picture is believing all women. And it's crazy thing to say it is an act like this is a minor minor issue, but I I can tell you, one of the Duke lacrosse players I went to school with and middle school, and you know it was pretty crazy seeing the skies face on magazine and newspaper covers and turned out if you watched the thirty for thirty documentary on ESPN. He wasn't even there at the time. He was like at an ATM machine completely exonerated. I mean, sometimes women lie. I mean, people lie and it's interesting because I, I got called up to jury duty and I was interested, see how that was going to pan out if they actually called me into the room and ask me questions because I, our friend of mine, they put him up on the stand and they asked him, do you think police officers tell the truth when they're under oath and my? I mean, my answer would be well, police officers are human beings and they lie. I mean, why do I think police officers lie under oath. Every day. I, I mean, women are also human beings. I think human beings all the free time. So I mean, I can't just make a blanket statement like either leave women are. I believe, men are whatever. I mean, people are fucked up. Absolutely. There's even circumstances I could tell you that, you know, I'm not gonna go to detail and this one, but if you look up registered sex offenders in my area, I've seen people I went to high school with and one of them for there's actually several, but one of them I remember in particular is a black guy that I went to school with, and I've talked to other people in his neighborhood about what went down and from what I've heard, you know, it was honestly a case of, if you believe these people, I don't know the full story, but like a white girl daughter of a police officer doing something with a group of black guys regretting it. Race could play a part in that type of thing. Well, there's no question. I mean, I've I posted something about this actually on Twitter myself, that there's a history in this country of black men being accused of offending the honor of white women. And in the past, there were black men who were in boys even or lynched because of that. So I mean, of course, race plays a factor which I think has gotten completely lost in this conver-..
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"Time of day it is tom records is gonna buy something again i don't know biz orbis ac milan is worth six hundred twelve million dollars give me too i'll take casey milan and uptake dc milan guy what a c in dc milan acdc maligned very good speaking of soccer what i was going for was it's that time it's time to send it out to russia check in with our correspondents snowball on the two thousand eighteen world cup taking away anti pants switched over to the edibles no way that was good red and i hope you enjoyed that update because he's now a great day in the world cup lots of hot soccer action brazil beat up on costa rica to nil neymar finally scores his first goal of the world cup he was calling some player from costa rica really dirty name you know i don't speak spanish i know you do portuguese portuguese either and i'll speak portuguese either but i can tell the word i read his lips and it was not a it was not a nice thing about that i heard that translates language meow in portuguese especially is male the ninety seven minutes iceland is the the what are the how do i describe landy as no they're like like everybody has little favorite team they do they do the little clapping they do that the swiss give you like the little butterfly side or whatever it is the wind sign i don't there was several swiss players that are doing this are those are my finger burt my fingers in some swiss swiss chocolate swiss miss christmas maybe they're making i think you had a stroke in there did nothing and the afternoon game the switzerland the furthest switzerland switzerland the first team to come from behind and win against servia two to one in the late game today no sex or drug stories today brian is it as friday i don't know and then tomorrow the germans look to get their first win as they face sweden then the germans lost to mexico and tomorrow too don't they do they play off korea at ten o'clock in the morning timey luck i don't care the end in silver root for whoever the hell i want andy's defiance you know he he acts like landon donovan he doesn't see jeff miller in belgium at seven o'clock do you guys know you guys know at home not they have no clue google it's worth a google kevin debroy nup i don't know how to spell kevin k e d e space b r u why and tell me that's not jeff meller heaven debris i mean there's a little bit of it could be like mallards causes dirty look on his face porn magazine look at google images looks this is he looks like maller salty meller here more listening on the radio he's very handsome so they will play tomorrow at seven against tunisia or if you're from that country tunis tunis tunis tigers supposed to say advance when do we get out of our group there's still we're still finishing up the second round of games and then once we get into the third game of the group that's when the entire group plays at the same time yes and those actually should be interesting because a lot of teams will need to win to get first place or to even advance so we should have some good games except egypt and saudi arabia because that'll just be green knockout stage that you're looking for why begins friday next friday so that'll be wrapped up when july fifteenth is the fine okay so ratchet just asking i didn't know i didn't know how long we would be without snow it's hard it's hard to russia here because we're in you had opened the e vite i sent to you would know that because i am jose up friday some directly did check your email some really odd borderline legal video comes on when you open it up so be careful click on that link go ahead like on that on your phone you somebody else's that's your world cup update that's it that's it what is your next assignment had they been given you you and marty smith are like i think you guys are peers mart he's traveled the world in the interesting stories i'm here until july fifteenth guys and then they've got me going from the most exciting spectacle in sport the world cup to lollapalooza the mlb all star game so i'll get a good man i'll get.
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"Gonna actually raised l let's let's near that down so that's good we you don't think we're gonna race well i think about that in after going to need about two hundred fifty thousand dollars in probably in a garage anymore exactly are always nene warm but i think you start with what you have you don't wanna over age so give me a number sal i'm doing meth man turned fifty thousand was what is called a half a million better to ask for more now i think you million a million even better if you're going to want to aren't market beta test okay so one million dollars how are we going to allocate these funds while sofres you'd have to build out the platform okay sant continue first they're gonna have to build on the platform so i think you wanna invest in your technology is that he when you're starting attack vistan so i say turning 50000 for the actual act and then you're getting in foul another fifty thousand to one hundred thousand dollars to build at the website okay and so that much phillips i i guess at the end of the day with all the stuff that we're to stand going to have to be functionality i think that's important so what are we do for sales and marketing we're gonna go straight to find different partnerships are we gonna go to people in la in hollywood where the majority of people are going to see how i think you want to advertise in acting sort of face on magazines and portfolio so whether it's backstage why store and all these other additioning platt forms breakdown service says with casting director is submitted to all the agencies in new york and los angeles so i think that's how he got that advertising okay but threats madda just to recap here i know you got you're the one with the best hired who at seventy business have somebody thinks okay so we're gonna need to build up the app k built up yeah fell out at website just short and sweet but at the at the website and we're gonna find some of his partners like you were just saying yeah so marketing.
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"It's been evacuated okay i gotta i can't even though i i'm not a dog on the cat i still kennett point that ghana pointer faced planners magazine knowing her in only point and you know i think i think he has to p never had a cat are i'm going to serta sliding down the hall they're ignoring this other passage angle get up to the door and again place my here to it took it this country as you to right this is a large have area with two red carpets that ruled in the sides with lead to the front of the main doublesided large 10foot tall stones doors or the front of the fortress to your left there is a double wooden door about eight feet tall each side about five feet wide there currently closed beating to whatever this large chamber is me to your left can i hang a rifle go down that other halls check out what's in the door over there there are shooters essentially closed of those clips i'm going to listen into those two exception chuck natural seventeen back at seventeen listening you don't hear noise could me are you at the w to the rights i went the other way looking at black i'm gonna listen with a wooden doors and i rolled who not that great seventeen all right listening in as a scoop ahead of prague which you with me extremely creepy for tomorrow uh as you listened back there is no noise internally civilised lights week as you yourself against the door it ships a little bit making no noticeable noise but it appears the doors or online where there is no locked from inside of ecuador you're at wait i just heard a noise you hear no noise how can i sinking cloud can i go through doris to see have to have site unfortunately like peak very low in.
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"Where actually playing coach la yeah which is so reserve rick so i think that playing both weekends and it's in april how to hundred the he did you have to addition for somebody to do that or how oh happen it i think we i mean i think we just have a killer management team that made it happen for us your mom and dad as i mean we who's your dad know we've been we've actually been really fortunate to work with this guy named simon fuller and he so an a bunch of people savard of him he's he's kind of a he's done i don't think he's just under your dad had to that but he's done an allen's eye to eye it you versed i mean him stop and wonder what how did this however the stars along i'm why did this all have yeah you in your family in yeah was actually talked to my friend last night about it we're just saying about his like bro like three years ago we were escaped boarding going the bay does also like messing around in ninety on like and their views in tv's in and we're just talking said yeah but why would you good effect through the yeah we're talking to lucky blue smith and rob diamond the the no movie is i love ever last thing it's opening here in utah today at the mecca plaques theaters and then people we'll just see your face in magazines and stuff like that right yeah right are you saw him to anybody in particular that you do like you're the of the face of or do you just two spot worker um when i mean.