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Fresh "mardi" from America in the Morning
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Marissa Lightsey Of Missouri Talks Crushing Her First Year In The Business
"Mardi guys. Hey goten while com really good. We're so excited to talk to you today. you've got to just give us a little bit. Give us a little bit of a background so I have lived in mexico missouri for most of my life. I moved here from california. When i was about seven and growing up. I never really felt like. I would be like an entrepreneur. didn't real estate with never like a big interest. It kind of was something that came about. Maybe when i was eighteen i was like you know. I think i'd really like to do that. i tried my hand at a like owning another business before i had a children's store for about a year and then i sold that and after i sold i was going to have to do something so i guess also do real estate so i took my course i kind of knocked it out in like two weeks When took testing got my license. And i think That was in october of two thousand. Nineteen in between october and december closed one. I had a listing. And i. I didn't sell it but it's old and then Twenty twenty came and it was just insane. I know that twenty twenty has been like cursed pandemic year In for a lot of people it was like a very unfortunate year but for me. It was quite the opposite. I had my on like twenty six sides so good mix of listings and buyers. I definitely worked with a lot of first-time homebuyers but i learned so much Twenty six transactions will change you as a person really a really crazy. Twenty six transactions with a four months old or six month old at home and three-year-old. She obviously had the baby in the did the Like around christmas time. I guess it was twenty. Nineteen not i was pregnant with our little girl and gas twenty twenty. I was pregnant like on a summer. Like the worst time and like a beached whale. And sometimes i mean i would be showing homes just like feeling awful and i have you know toting around a four year old and but it was so fine and You know like. I close was in the hospital. I had a house close. While i was in the hospital having my daughter and then i actually think new contract to while i was in there so i never skipped a beat Like two days. After hat on thursday. And by the next saturday i was out. A new listing appointment With my husband and four-year-old and new more info. Yeah it was just like the new clients. Yeah i had a new diaper. you have to wear. Oh yeah yeah yes. It probably wasn't the most professional listing of white man. I think i was probably in like running shorts and tee shirt. I could barely walk. Because i had a c. section so like yeah two days after a c section. I'm like i'm not passing this listing. I was like i'm gonna go in those clients. Were so gracious. And i repeat customers. I work with them now and it was cute. They like bought my daughter a little onesie and stuff and they were excited. So i mean think about that listen. We can't even cattle prod. We can't even cattle prods. Some of our agents to get out of bed on time in the morning and you like c section two days astor outlook go when we hear like monroe stories. And they're in the hospital doing the all like i just. I love it. Because i felt like a a mental image of it. And it's just like if i was just saying this morning to like the one consistent being in my life is that it's always a like i like that usually usually you don't use the data. I know you say shit show. I think so. I love your attitude. Your your energy awesome the palace where your sources of business so Mainly facebook do a lot of face booking I know instagram is kind of like the way of the world in most other places of the country Here in little old mexico's area population. Twelve thousand. We're still really big on facebook here so i spend a lot of time on their maybe too much. But that's really where a lot of generated in like. A lot of my clients are people that i had gone to school with Looking to buy their first house. And i think i just tried to make myself as approachable as possible and i had been through the process twice with my husband. He bought our first house in this one together in the end of two thousand eighteen. So i've been through the process before You know prior to getting my license so it felt familiar. Just kind of learned as i went but i really became like a. Usda first time buyer specialists. That's definitely my bread and butter so And that's something really passionate about helping people who don't even they don't even know that they're sitting on Approvals or that they could even buy home. They just assume they have to rent.
Fresh "mardi" from The Intermittent Fasting Podcast
"All right so to start things off. We have some listener feedback. First one comes from crystal. The subject is thank you and crystal says a question. I just wanted to say thank you. I've been dabbling in for the last year. Mostly and a sixty eight model like many people. I heard that fifty calorie rule. I would wake up to two tablespoons of a sweet creamer and my coffee because it was only fifty calories at eight. Am at ten am ib starving. Like that shaky blood sugar hungry. I'd have a small breakfast then basically snack all day have a big dinner. Stop eating at six pm. After six drank a cup of tea with stevia and usually a diet soda. I was constantly finding hunger. It was a total chore. Many days i would cave knock acid. My willpower cannot override the hunger. I was experiencing since listening to your podcast and learning about spikes insulin. And the benefits of clean fasting. I've got my bad habits. And i feel incredible. I rarely feel hungry. I never have that low blood sugar feeling. I no longer crave sugar. I have so much energy all day. And i find that if i cave an open my window early i regret it. My weight loss has increased dramatically and. My blood glucose has normalized. I just wanted to say to those just starting out. Having a less strict fast is in helping you. It just makes fasting so much harder. You gals have changed my life. Thank you so much for all of your research and for sharing. well thank you so much crystal. I loved reading that. And if it were true that putting a little something in there made it easier too fast. I'd be put in little sutton and my coffee too but you know the science explains why and i'm so glad that you stumbled upon our podcast and listened and that it's helping you because i remember those days before i was fast in cleaned that white. Knuckling that i was going through. Oh by the way. Melanie that made me. Think of something. That mardi kindle. And i talked about when i interviewed him last week and that was the whole putting all the fat. And your coffee and why that is not a good strategy for weight loss. Mardi agrees with me. He agrees with me that you know the goal is not and actually reading his blog as one informed me. 'cause i've been reading his blog since two thousand seventeen. I think something like that. But his explanation of key tones in the blood. And what what is it mean and chasing high. Kito numbers being not what we're wanting to do. Marty really has a great way of explaining all of that so you get it and so that really helped me understand along the way reading his blog but he talks about how our goal is not to have key tones. Our goal is to get into ketosis which. I said you know multiple tom's used. We've set it on this program and in this podcast and so putting the fat in your coffee may not. have you know the giant insulin. Response that you know sweetener would have but it's still not what you wanna do if your goal is to burn your body fat so we have a question from brenna. The subject is ketosis. She says hello. This question may have been answered before. But i figured i'd give it a go. I've been fasting clean since april twenty twenty with an average eating window of six hours starting out it was sixteen eight and now it's mostly twenty four. I'm a car lover like both of you but don't follow a specific diet my meal slash snack foods usually consists of a lot of carrots. Potatoes brussels sprouts and apples along with chicken or ground turkey for protein. I also enjoy things like barbara cereals. Animal crackers always a kid at heart. I recently purchased akita. Mojo blood glucose monitor out of curiosity. I'm a nurse. And i tend to like numbers and raw data. To my surprise. I am barely reaching ketosis. When i thought. I'd feel it in my body. I would get the odd taste in my mouth and feel energized towards the end of the fast. My average has been point for minimal after twenty hours of fasting. And i've heard point five. Mill is considered nutritional choices. I've tried to do my own research. But i can't seem to find anything unless it's related to akita. Genyk diet which. I absolutely refuse to do. I thought i heard y'all talking about how he shouldn't be measuring key tones. But i may be mistaken. I would love your feedback on this and thank you. So much for your podcast. It's been so great. Thanks again brin. Thank you for asking brenna. That is fantastic in back to what what. I was talking about with mardi kindle. He has got a blog. Post that. I want you to look for on optimizing nutrition. It's called optimal. Ketosis is a goal more ketones or better belie that started the key movement. So basically we're not chasing heike tone numbers you really need to just read. What mardi kendall says about it because it's fascinating and he started off in the same thing you're reading about nutritional ketosis that you're talking about their. Here's something though that so interesting. People who are doing you know who are in ketosis long-term keaton levels drop over time. Martin talks about this and so like even talks about you. Know he had steve finney he was like one of the authors of the art and science of low carbohydrate living which is where some of these numbers started off so he had. He had stephen finney at his house staying with him when they were having low. Carb down under and they they were talking about it. You know about the chart that was in the book that people keep referring to and that chart was based on blood ketone levels of participants in two studies from the nineteen eighties. Okay that's where they got that chart from so this is like the original chart that came up with. Yes the one that everyone is using as this is what we should be striving for basically these people were new to a lower carb diet at the time that they were tested so ketone levels were high and basically the whole kito community has begun to realize over time. Oh ketone levels go down. Oh it doesn't make any sense to chase heike tones and said all.
Muted Mardi Gras: Closed bars, barricaded Bourbon Street
"For celebration before Ash Wednesday in the beginning of Lent, But ABC is Jim Ryan says Fat Tuesday. 2021 is dramatically slimmed down. This'll was Mardi Gras 2020 of thousands float into New Orleans to celebrate its not that one of them carried coronavirus. Louisiana has recorded 9300 covert deaths in the 12 months since then. The decision was made to prohibit the usual parades and mass parties. Bourbon Street is abandoned on this fat Tuesday, and Opal Simpson had a restaurant to herself might not have MARTA ground, but we still got the music and we got the spirit generally in ABC News. Governor Bashir's covert briefing is coming up at
Fresh update on "mardi" discussed on The Strange and Unusual
"The calling time spent at mardi gras in eighteen. Thirty five author james christie wrote shrove. Tuesday is a day to be remembered by strangers and new orleans for that day. For fun frolic in comic masquerading. All of the mischief of the city is alive in wideawake in active operation. Men and boys women and girls bond and free white and black yellow and brown exert themselves to invent and appear in grotesque quizzical diabolic. Horrible strange masks and disguises human bodies or staying with heads of beasts and birds beasts and birds with human heads demi beasts demi fishes snakes has embodies with arms of apes man bats from the moon mermaids satires beggars monks and robbers parade and march on foot on horseback in wagons carts coaches cars etc enrich confusion up and down the streets wildly shouting singing laughing drumming fiddling fife ing at all throwing flour broadcast as they went the reckless way from the start. Masking was vital. Intrical part of new orleans mardi gras office. Deputies for centuries masks have provided escapism from class constraints during carnival liberating the wear offering them the opportunity to socialize with those. They normally wouldn't to athy ways they'd never consider at any other time when a mask is slipped face identity vanishes as one is transformed into another being all expression concealed. You are hidden your intentions obscured when one is masked the baser self is liberated your transformed into another creature under the cover of anonymity. Mardi gras mask has always been a tradition. That new orleans eagerly anticipated throughout the year after the united states entered the first world war however masking was banned for mardi gras nineteen eighteen with mayor. Martin berman explaining. I desire to repeat and to emphasize that masking of every kind and character. We'll be strictly prohibited. During that period and orleans this regulation is deemed essential because of the war and opportunity promiscuous and other masking would afford enemy aliens and other evil disposed persons to commit crime while dusting and with that announcement new orleans swiftly reacted the december twenty. Sixth nineteen seventeen edition of the item. Newspaper ran the dramatic headlines. No masking in new orleans mardi gras age old custom of crescent city abolished by mayor's decree wartime precaution against kaiser's agent ancient festival world famous for generations now completely abolished with of catastrophe. The item article goes on to say another of the inch int- institutions which has made the world a little brighter and the city. A little better place to live in has fallen victim to the world war for the first time in almost as long as the oldest citizen can remember. There will be no public masking new orleans on mardi gras day. Though the disappointment was acute for many it was just one year surely normalcy would return the following year. At least that's what they thought and the autumn of nineteen eighteen however. The spanish flu reached the shore of new orleans with health. Officials initially downplaying the threat of the virus. The disease quickly spread throughout the city and killed more of the population and all but the worst yellow fever epidemics between september nineteen eighteen in march nineteen nineteen nearly one percent of the city's population succumbed to the disease about twice the national rate. At the time that sort of death toll could not be ignored and so reluctantly. City officials canceled mardi gras celebrations for the second year in a row the nfl ury nineteen nineteen however. The mayor announced that masking would be allowed. Citywide on fat tuesday with the herald declaring. Get out your mask and the little old costume and make ready for mary. Time and new orleans mardi gras day march fourth mardi gras was one night of carnival when all were allowed to don masks and in one thousand nineteen after enduring massive losses from a world war and a pandemic masked merrymakers flooded. The city. Colorfully lavishly costumed. Mardi gras revelers crowded canal street as jazz bands. Serenaded them on street corners and their strange grotesque disguises identities were hidden and transcended as a city became a scene of self-indulgence mischief and behavior that any other day would be viewed as scandalous was encouraged. A crowd that night may be one who preferred living life masking and darkness. One who allowed his depraved intentions vent more than just once a year intentions which were violent and deadly and inexplicable twelve days after new orleans binged night of carefree wanton jubilation the times became published. A letter sent to them which read hell march thirteen nine hundred nineteen editor of the times. Mcewen new orleans esteemed mortal they have never caught me and they never will they have never seen me for. I am invisible even as the ether which rounder earth. I am not a human being but a spirit and a foul demon from hottest. Hell i am what you orleanians and your foolish. Please call the axe man. When i see it. I shall come again and claim other victims. I alone know whom they shall be. I shall leave no clue except perhaps my buddy acts besmeared with the blood and brains of he whom i have sent below to keep me company if you wish. She may tell the police to be careful not to ryo me. Of course. I am a reasonable spirit. I take no offense at the way in which they have conducted their investigations in the past. In fact they have been so utterly stupid as to amuse not only me. But his satanic majesty francis joseph etc but tell them to beware let them not try to discover what i am or it. Were better that they never were born than for them to incur the wrath of the x. Man i don't think there is any need of such a warning for. I feel sure that your police. We'll always dodge me as they have in the past. They are wise and know who to keep away from all harm and doubtedly you orleanians. Think of me as a most horrible murderer which i am but i could be much worse if i wanted to. If i wish to pay a visit to your city every night at will i could slay thousands of your best citizens for i am in close relationship with the angel of death now to be exact at twelve twenty five o'clock earthly time next tuesday night. I'm going to pass over new orleans. My infinite mercy. I'm going to make a little proposition to the people. Here it is. I'm very fond of jazz music. And i swear by all the devils in another regions that every person shall be spared in whose house a jazz band is in full swing at the time. I have just mentioned if everyone has a jazz band going well then so much the better for the people.
"mardi" Discussed on Here & Now
"Mardi gras which means any other year except for this one more than a million people would already have traveled to new orleans to eat. Great food dance down bourbon street and marvel at larger than life parade floats. Of course. that's all canceled this year but mardi gras is not dead. People in new orleans are giving it a different kind of life. That adheres to social distancing protocols of this pandemic and one way is by transforming front porches into parade floats with themes in everything. Stay -cation is the theme in judy walkers neighborhood. She's a retired food editor for the times picayune and writes a column for the advocate and she joins us now with more on how we can also celebrate from the comfort of our homes. Judy welcome to the show. Thank you tanya happy. Mardi gras happy mardi gras to you. So yardeni gras is what you guys are calling. You're doing this year yes you already grow. This idea. spread like wildfire among folks there in new orleans. Tell us a little bit more about the staycationing theme set up that you and your husband built well. People here are super super creative. And i think one reason this went so crazy is because people poured the energy that they would normally put into making costumes into their house. Floats and so. We got a pandemic pet. We got a cat in may and her name is caso. Her instagram account is l. Gotta okay so she hasn't. We got her. We got her the day before. Cinco demayo so anyway. She's a ginger tabby and we were inspired to do a float. That is i salute to our staycationing companions and We don't have a porch. Okay we don't have a front porch so my husband built this incredible plywood thing and painted it kinda look like the stripes on a tabby cat and like float any used a flat black background and we put big pictures of our cat on that and our neighbors and friends send us pictures of their cats and dogs and i wrote their name on them and they are stapled all over our float. What we're gonna have photos of your home and some of the others at here now dot org you know. Part of the joy of mardi gras is the throws the items. The pm floats throw to the crowds in most popular. Of course are the beads. How are you doing it this year. Well in the past few years there's been a trend towards handmade throws. I am a quilter and i had tons of scrap fabric so i just started making cat heads and stuff on them with polyester fiber fell so giving up those and then i have some little cat sequence headbands and then i have milk bones for dollar holding nothing back. You're really leaning into this theme and there's great stuff all over town as we know mardi gras is french for fat tuesday and i hear you're also planning to beat really good today. What are you making. Oh yes well. We are getting fried chicken and gumbo fried chicken. Israeli an iconic mardi gras food. Because people buy it from popeye's and take it to the parades and so We are getting it from cookie chase restaurant. Which is one of the famous restaurants here. And they're open today which they normally would not be. And we're getting some of their creole gumbo and some potato salad. We'll you know. As i mentioned more than a million people travel to new orleans each year to celebrate this year most of us are celebrating at home. And obviously you've got in your setup down talk about a few ways that we can celebrate ourselves at home and let's start with food. I mean popeye's gone. We all have a popeye somewhere. Some dishes that we can actually make at home. Well jambalaya and gumbo are things that people traditionally have here at house parties. You can make the krio version with tomatoes or you can make the cajun version. That's brown and use the fond and you can use practically any protein that you happen to have around so you can a lot of vegetables in it. Of course she put in the holy trinity onion celery bell pepper. So jambalaya is a good choice. Gumbo if you're feeling ambitious. Perfect cold weather food. what about decorations. What i'm hearing from you is like the more creative the better well purple green and gold the blend year. The better lots of glitter the bling gear. The better love it. Well tomorrow will be ash wednesday. Which of course is the start of the six week. Long season of lent leading up to easter time of reflection as well. What will you be reflecting on this year. Ho maybe all the losses from last year and how that's had to make a stronger has had to make us cherish each day and hopefully hope is on the horizon. So you know the vaccine. More and more people i know are getting vaccinated. So we're gonna have real mardi gras next year real mardi gras next year. In the meantime thank you so much for sharing what you all are doing this year and tips for us to celebrate it at home as well duty walker is a retired food editor for the times pecunia and a freelance columnist.
Fresh update on "mardi" discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"So he's like mardi. He's on the west coast of south america. He's marty that area south of there but it's the same jeans i see. Yeah well it's and. I made this comment like i. It's just like the way they race down there. Because i've raced down there before. I know a lot of those guys. But i had to raise guys like antonio valby some of these guys. They are loose by nature. They just they they send it like. There's a lot of send in their riding style and i think it's just a cultural thing i think is the way they all race. I just noticed it. Over the years. Like rene who had passed away so rest in peace to him. He was gunned down years ago in in a drug or viola had nothing to do with but he was the same way to Just man they were really aggressive. Always like crasher win all the time. Like just crazy style in icu. Now they look at mardi marty's whistler rocco to in there look she's like like just be steady like mardi animal jordan's mitch's posted twenty stitches in his but from a foot thick ryan rat cat moving on snacks over the finish line. Okay sites mitchell. Harrison's bike broke or multiple times. you couldn't get it started before the main barely got a going. And then i see him just pulling in the mechanics area coordinate so yeah just yes. Ozone pro goggle just one rider over there really doing anything with zone pro goggles from flyer racing one guy. I mean i heard rave reviews of rain performance on race day. Live with the daniel blair so but he does good at everything he gets into right right. She saw mccarthy should've salmon a car. Yeah jt on on a scale of one to On a scale of negative ten to ten jt. How much do you want to hear about the moto fight clark carpet thing native ten is really not gonna cover it for me. Okay you need something worse. Listen all i know. The only redeeming quality of that thing is that the king the king the greatest champion. The sport.
Muted Mardi Gras: Closed bars, barricaded Bourbon Street
"Mardi Gras is muted this year in New Orleans because of the corona virus parades and parties usually draw about a million people in New Orleans no parades this year but there is a twist instead of watching the eagle rose is talking about the homes decorated like parade floats it's a classic New Orleans moved you know and there's not enough to figure out a way to make use creativity to make a fun experience bars are closed in and around Bourbon street and that includes our caches Smith blockades little dizzy so I would prefer to have canceled it for the safety and people's lives to be able to come back and have those same people next year hopefully fingers crossed to come and enjoy Mardi Gras crowds last year were later blamed for an early Louisiana outbreak of the corona virus I'm a Donahue
Fresh update on "mardi" discussed on What The Suck?!
"Whole movie. Yeah right in the forehead bam and then and wow that's happening we get a flash screen. Flash scene of to the mardi gras boys tying up his wife while he's confronting this guy and it's hilarious because i'm like what kind of rope using the rope. They used in high school the yeah. It's a huge. I'm like this is like clowns ship. Winstons crap okay. So now that Ram but here has a weapon. He has a pistol. Now has some rounds. He actually goes and kicks in the.
SpaceX launches 60 Starlink satellites but booster landing fails
"10 ignition and lift off company launching a Falcon nine rocket overnight and keep the natural But the Rockets first stage booster missed its landing of the Of course I still love you. Drone ship. No word. What exactly went wrong. Still, though, 60 StarLink satellites will be able to help beam broadband Internet around. The world. And today is not just any Tuesday. Today is Mardi
Muted Mardi Gras: Closed bars, barricaded Bourbon Street
"Grown virus related limits on access to bourbon. Street shuddered bars and yes frigid weather. All expected to prevent what the city usually graves at the end of mardi gras season streets and businesses jam packed with revelers. You know and it's just not fat tuesday. Have you ever gone to mardi gras in new orleans or have you ever gone in the weeks. Preceding mardi gras. Because a. i can't tell the difference to be honest with you. I've never been there for the official fat tuesday. But i have been there was actually there on business in well a different life and the weeks before mardi gras i mean it's you've got the floats and he's got the festivities and you've got the. Hey mr throw me the beads well and everything that goes along with that. no. I didn't take part in that. Come on now but what a party. And what an economic boost for new orleans. Well not so much this year again parades and parties on mardi gras fat tuesday. Happy fat tuesday to you. By the way and the days leading up to that annual pre-lenten bash usually drive more than a million people each and every year button. No the grinch has spoken parades canceled. You had mayor latoya cantrell. Recently bars closed bars. Totally closed mardi gras. Imagine that
Police emphasize clampdown on crowds as Mardi Gras nears
"The Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans is very quiet this year because of the pandemic that was Mardi Gras twenty nineteen before Kubic nineteen stripped away the parties parades and revelers this year the final weekend before fat Tuesday large gatherings are banned parades are canceled and bars are closed the pandemic forced little disease cafe to close its doors but the new owners hoping to open at least for take out it is going to hurt a little bit because we have cancel monograph but I would prefer to have canceled it for the safety and people's lives to be able to come back and have those same people next year hopefully fingers crossed police say they're enforcing the code restrictions Bourbon street will be closed off on Mardi Gras next week I'm Jackie Quinn
"mardi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Mardi Gras. Holiday with ancient cultural roots. I'm Jim Metzner, and this is the pulse of the planet. Berry on Soleil is a professor of French and folklore at the University of Louisiana. He says There are a number of reasons why Mardi Gras occurs at this time of year. It is a holiday that's part of the Catholic liturgical calendar. It occurs on the day right before ash Wednesday, which is the beginning of a 40 day period of fasting called Lint, which takes us to Easter. But there were older practices that even preceded Christianity in Europe that were already very similar to what we now see happening in the morning, Rob It's no accident, for example, that this period of institutionalized fasting occurs at the very end of winter, when the stores of food would have ordinarily been dwindling to the point where he was to where everybody's gonna have to make do with what was left. And a good way to make sure that everybody fast together. There's nobody cheats. Is to get our bite of feast together right before then, because it creates a sense of solidarity. And so in pre Christian Europe, there were already practices like this. Also what we now call Mari Gras seems to be a reflection of cultural rituals that had to do with celebrating the death and rebirth of nature. People show up at your house and they're singing and dancing. And laughing and playing tricks with you in an otherwise pretty bleak time of the year. People in brightly colored costumes climb in bare trees. They become essentially living blossoms. Also, the planet is presented by The National Science Foundation. I'm Jim Metzner. Coronavirus. Christ Lear actively working on a vaccine. We're actively working on therapeutic Do you need to do to protect yourself and your family concerned Americans are swarming story. What Local officials to wait, be an emergency meeting by the Orange County Board of Supervisors, one of those in Washington do it closed up our borders for the latest on the Corona virus Crisis tune.
Chinese New Year festivities kick off under shadow of coronavirus in New Orleans
"Orleans emerged as an early cove in 19 hot spot after Carnival celebration served as super spreader events. Despite this year's new restrictions, the city is still welcoming tourists and that's led to push back from locals offer you House of member station W. W. N o reports. Orleanians typically spend the weeks between epiphany and fat Tuesday, eating, drinking and partying. Last year's festivities drew more than a million visitors in a recent study found the gatherings resulted in nearly 50,000 Corona virus infections. This year there no parades, and many locals have pledged to sit the season out. But that hasn't stopped people from flocking to Bourbon Street, but he was have circulated of largely unmasked crowds clutching to go drinks and dancing. Despite admonishments from the city, people are still breaking the rules. On Saturday afternoon. About half of the people in the cities French quarter were unmasked, openly defying the city's mandate. Revelers stopped to catch Mardi Gras beads thrown from balconies and one middle aged woman lost her mask in the process. It fell to the ground and she didn't pick it up. Seems like these horrifying Matt Maloney, a 24 year old cook. Well, Mardi Gras is known as a season of fun. She's usually stuck working. Sometimes it's nice. You get off of a 13 hour shift, and you go catch the end of the parade and have a drink with your co workers or whatever. But now, I mean, most of us are gonna be running for the hills because we don't want to have a further risk of catching Cove it right In January, she was exposed to the coronavirus of work. It took two weeks off without pay to quarantine. Loney says she wants the city to do more to protect hospitality workers. Here's New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell know that when it comes to our health and our people, especially our hospitality workforce. I'd rather be accused of doing too much. Been doing too little. She's already announced new restrictions for Mardi Gras weekend in response to recent large gatherings in the French Quarter. Starting today through Mardi Gras Day on Tuesday, all bars will be closed citywide. Tourist heavy areas will have police checkpoints to prevent crowding and the Claiborne Corridor, a local gathering spot will be fenced off. City relies heavily on tourism in a typical year, sales and property taxes account for more than 40% of its operating budget. Now, most of that money is gone. We estimate we're still losing about About 120 to $130 million a week. That's Stephen Perry of New Orleans and Company, a tourism organization that serves the marketing agency for the city. Before this new wave of restrictions business had been hoping for a Mardi Gras bump. For much of the pandemic. Hotel occupancy has been in the single digits during last year's Mardi Gras festivities. It was above 90%. Harry says local restaurants and hotels are exceedingly safe. And the best way to protect businesses is to let them stay open. If you shut them down, you're talking about the abject failure of hundreds. Of small business people and their inability ever To reopen well. Some of the crowds on Bourbon Street have been locals or college students will sudden says tourists are big part of the problem. Sudden is a New Orleans native and a columnist for the local paper. He says city leaders should tell everyone to stay home for Mardi Gras. It's like Having a House party. If you have a house party, it's your party. And if it's your party, you decide who gets to come. We like seeing people come and have a good time at our party but wants to have a party and have a bunch of people get sick, sudden says he's pleased with the new restrictions and hopes people stay home so they could celebrate next year. For
Houston school districts are monitoring weather conditions to determine if they need to close
"Houston is about to experience. A major cold snap and hard freeze our own matt. Harrop tells us the houston fire department is warning people about safety. During the extreme cold weather the national weather service says temperatures could possibly drop into the teens early next week. houston firefighter. Mardi boosts says if you choose to use space heaters or other forms of supplemental heating. They should be plugged in properly. We wanna make sure that we're playing those directly into the wall that we're not using an extension cord and then we also want to make sure that space heaters have space boosts recommends portable space heaters placed at least three feet away from anything flammable. She also recommends using portable heaters with an automatic shutoff boosts says h. fdc's an increase in fires related to space heaters this time of year. And hfc's says it's important to make sure your smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detectors are working. I met harold in houston
Melbourne in new lockdown, bars fans from Australian Open
"Into lockdown during the Australian Open. This is not 2020 bars. It's something very different. Something very, very different. Victoria's premier Daniel Andrews, assumes it's the contagious UK strain. Tennis play continues in a bubble without Spectators. New Orleans is typically packed for Mardi Gras this
New Orleans announces new restrictions for Mardi Gras
"Well now unfortunately all the fun is gone. According to nola dot com all new orleans bars are going to be closed. For mardi gras access will be restricted to major streets. Under new rules. Bars will be closed. People have to pass through checkpoints to get two major streets like bourbon street frenchmen streets and heavy police presence will patrol new orleans. I mean they were already bad. The police in in new orleans. Oh yeah don't when they start riding their horses down the middle of the street you do not get in their way because they will mess you up without a second thought. The days leading to mardi gras this year will face. Heavy police patrols. As part of a plan aimed at cracking down on crowds to prevent the spread of corona virus. The new restrictions were announced. Friday by mayor latoya cantrell. Who said that moves were necessary to prevent celebrations from becoming super spreader events as they did last
New Orleans announces new restrictions for Mardi Gras
"A story about how just crazy and bizarre and unfunny things have gone because we were saying last year you know fund is not allowed anymore and now there will be no fun here. Yep member mardi gras. I loved mardi gras on one side. Yeah okay yeah when we first got back together. She was living in in new orleans. And i was living in florida and she just moved back from london and she calls me up and she's like. Hey i'm living in new orleans mardi gras right and i went up and it was a blast and it's basically the rink really. Yeah i was. I was in non drinker nonsmoker. Then but it was just fun to be around hard onto be around everybody and to see all pretty boobs and yeah it was. It was glove. She wouldn't do it though because she she was. You know she. She was at one time a professional dancer and she was like. Hey to see this. I do not work for bubbles. Well now unfortunately all the fun is gone. According to nola dot com all new orleans bars are going to be closed for mardi. Gras access will be restricted to major streets. Under new rules. Bars will be closed. People have to pass through checkpoints to get two major streets like bourbon street and frenchman streets and heavy police presence will patrol new orleans. I mean they were already bad. The police in in new orleans. Oh yeah don't when they start riding their horses down the middle of the street you do not get in their way because they will mess you up without a second thought. The days leading to mardi gras this year will face. Heavy police patrols. As part of a plan aimed at cracking down on crowds to prevent the spread of corona virus new restrictions were announced friday by mayor. Latoya cantrell who said that moves were necessary to prevent celebrations from becoming super spreader events as they did last
No Mardi Gras parades, so thousands make 'house floats'
"I'm Julie Walker it's a very different Mardi Gras New Orleans with no parades because of the pandemic thousands are making house floats instead you just can't keep a good city down especially when Mardi Gras and I've been calling it is the parade at home order as like a play on the stay at home mourners that's Megan crew house floats founder she threw the idea out there on social media for everyone to decorate the outside of their homes just like a parade float you can still throw things it's actually very socially disconnected with a resident there are masses it's the next best thing to the real thing we are just ecstatic and it's almost like a parade I'm in the neighborhood organizer say around five thousand homes are participating with some spending thousands on elaborate designs while others are throwing up all their old Mardi Gras beads and trinkets from past celebrations I'm Julie Walker
Episode 29; Classic Conversations, topic is College Football - burst 01
"Sanity get off mardi grass walkom to the old me as podcast. Yeah we got a great one for you today. I'm on this kick with classic so the current series of classics. This segment is going to be on football. Which is apropos to something. That occurred the night before this recordings being made last night. Was the college football national championship game in. It was spectacular. And you've heard me talk about college football before you know how much i admire. Love college football. I've got a few friends and we have one today's guest who share my affinity for college football with us. Today is one coach. Butch democrats butch how are you. I'm good how are you rock. I'm doing great. I'm doing great my my listeners. May or while you're kind of famous in the world. I live in but some of my listeners. May not be familiar with with you. Can you tell us a little background. Specifically to football What brought you to football your earliest memories of football and where you're at now. Gosh well. I guess we'll just start back. Started playing in third grade Actually grew up in a small town. Just outside of allentown pennsylvania. It was about an hour north philly
Galveston cancels Mardi Gras 2021 amid coronavirus concerns
"Won't be happening in the New year. Galveston is canceled. It's Marty grow events scheduled for February due to the pandemic. The plan is to bring the week long festivities back in 2022.
The Years (plural) Without A Christmas
"Of christmas it is indulgence. Christmas has long been time to break out the good booze and gorge yourself on sweet desserts made with expensive imported spices. To say nothing of the gift giving you know who didn't like all of those things oliver cromwell when he and his puritan forces took over england in sixteen forty five. They vowed to do away with decadence and went full. Alan rickman sheriff of nottingham and cancelled. Christmas shops were ordered to stay open on december. Twenty fifth and soldiers patrolled the streets with orders to seize any and all food. They found being prepared for a feast. It would take no less than restoring a king to the throne in this case. Charles the second to get christmas back. Puritans weren't exclusive to their native england and a bunch of them thought the spoiled beauty of the new world could really use some severe self-denial the puritans we refer to as pilgrims and about whom many myths were dispelled in. Our recent thanksgiving episode were even more orthodox in their puritanism than cromwell bonus fact that parallels the split between the amish and the mennonites. The amish broke off because the mennonites weren't strict enough since the puritans were among the first europeans to establish themselves in what would become america celebrating. Christmas was not a thing. It wasn't simply that they didn't celebrate it themselves. They didn't want anyone to celebrate the holiday. They had dubbed fools tied as an england shops and schools were expected to be open though. Interestingly churches were ordered to be closed on christmas one of the two days a year when even the laziest christian can be bothered to turn up. It was more than the frivolity and gluttony that they minded they viewed it as not properly christian. Puritans followed the bible very strictly. If something wasn't in the bible like taking any day for rest other than a sunday it might as well have come straight from the devil that would include the idea of resting on the day that jesus was born but since the bible also doesn't specify what day that is no big loss s historian stephen this inbound explains puritans were fond of saying that if god had intended for the anniversary of the city to be observed he would surely have given some indication as to when that anniversary occurred. The date of december twenty fifth wasn't officially the mass of christ until the fourth century. When pope julius the first subsumed the roman festival of saturnalia into a christian celebration. Which gave us some of our most enduring traditions like holly in candles. Puritans were also not keen on the papacy so they didn't care if it was official for twenty two years from sixteen fifty nine to sixteen eighty one. The celebration of christmas was actually outlawed. In the massachusetts bay colony the law went into effect one year after the brits had gotten their christmas restored by well the restoration the laws stated that in order to prevent disorders to the great dishonour of god and offensive others. Anyone found celebrating the holiday. Either by forbearing of labor feasting or any other way would be find a hefty five shillings on one christmas day. Plymouth governor william bradford noticed some people playing an old equivalent of baseball and ordered them all to get back to work. Now would be an appropriate time. If i make an aside and i may because it's my show to remind people that religious freedom is when you say that's against my religion. I can't do it but religious freedom does not mean that's against my religion. You can't do it. Even after the ban on christmas was repealed in sixteen. Eighty one staunch puritans still fought against christmas celebrations for decades in sixteen eighty six. The newly appointed governor of the dominion of new england closed shops on christmas day and sponsored a holiday service. This idea was unpopular enough with enough people. That soldiers had to accompany the governor to church. Those sorts of protests of christmas would continue but their focus would shift from celebrating at all to the way in which it was celebrated and what a way it was. We aren't talking about a family sing. Song and three helpings of pie or even old timey whistling colonial celebrations of christmas looked more like mardi gras mashed with halloween. If it took place during spring break drunken revellers take to the streets wearing scary masks or dressed like animals singing boisterously and demanding food drink and money under threat of violence ad in the ancient pagan roots of those practices. And we see that. The puritans had quite a lot to get their noses out of joint about boston minister. Cotton mather preached to his congregation more than thirty years. After the law's repeal the feast of christ's nativity is spent in reveling dicing carding masking. And in all licentious liberty by mad mirth by long eating by hard-drinking i- lewd gaming await. Those are meant to be bad things. After the american revolution or the kerfuffle of ungrateful colonials as the british call at surreal thing. You don't have to google it. Just trust me. English customs fell out of favor and since celebrating. Christmas had come over from england. It began to peter out to. It wasn't even declared a federal holiday until after the civil war in eighteen seventy. It was around that time that americans. Reinvented christmas and it changed from a raucous pagan carnival. Holiday into a family centered. Day of nostalgia nostalgia used to be considered a mental illness by the way. But that's a story for another day. So why the shift. The early nineteenth century was a period of class conflict high employment and of rioting by the lower classes that tended to come to a head around christmastime one such christmas riot in eighteen twenty eight moved the newark city council to institute. The city's first police force in response. This motivated certain members of the upper class to change the way. People viewed christmas literary figures like washington irving the man who helped co defy the until recently launched view of christopher columbus in eighteen nineteen. Urban wrote the sketch book of geoffrey crayon gent a series of stories about the celebration of christmas in an english manor house wherein the rich person invites pour into his home and the two classes of people get along swimmingly and celebrate with quote ancient customs. As nice as that is it's worth noting that the details of the books revelry don't parallel any celebration. We know of irving actually attending and seems to have been completely imagined. It's the season of giving and you
Identifying climate risks can help businesses become more resilient
"Many investors are concerned about climate change because it poses risks to companies for example more extreme storms could cause factories along the coast to flood. Crowds can kill or damage crops which can make certain foods more expensive. If these events affect a company's profits investors can lose money too but if companies are proactive about identifying climate related risks they can make plans to address them for example. If a food company learns that it's going to face water shortages. It can revise its business. Plan to adapt you. Make more resilient as a business for the future mardi mc. Brian is managing director of the climate. Disclosure standards board. The international group offers companies a framework for publicly reporting information about their climate risks and environmental impacts. Investors can use this information to help us as how the companies performing around climate environmental issues. She says that built investors confidence that their money is going to businesses that understand the future they face and are preparing for it but helps to move capital to those businesses. That will help us move to the sustainable transition and future that we need foster.
New Orleans - Coronavirus nixes Mardi Gras-season parades
"The city of new orleans has banned mardi gras parades for the coming years mardi gras because of the
Coke Cans Tab, to the Dismay of Host David Brown
"Wondering I'm David Brown, this is business wars daily on this Wednesday October. Twenty eight. And this time it's personal. You guys know me I'm a pretty upbeat guy but the news from Coca Cola earlier this month while I just have to admit twenty twenty keeps throwing those punches. Decades after TAB became America's most popular diet drink coke is killing it. Loan fact I am one of the drinks maybe last remaining diehard fans there just aren't enough of US though which is why coke and its desire for efficiency and growth. Has, made a sad decision. To Stop. MAKING IT TURNS OUT TAB accounts for only point one percent of all diet soda sold in the World Right. Now despite my purchases that's according to research firm Euromonitor. But Oh Of that point one percent, it was a real relationship tab was invented in nineteen, sixty three the Diet Cola sweetened with Saccharin and targeted to women and Cokes I Diet Soda. It took off in the late seventies with ads like this one equating drinking tab with, of course, being thin and sexy one apocryphal story goes at the name Tab keeping tabs on your ways. Car. There was just nothing else like this snap of that can. Up around Atlanta. My parents always knew what time I got home from a night out because as quiet as I would be sneaking into the house. was just too impatient for Swig that tab to cover my noise popping open tab became. So iconic that Mardi nick fly played by Michael J. Fox attempted to order one at a nineteen fifties drugstore in the hit movie back to the future. It didn't go well. Sixteen Forty rivers you're gonNA artist, something kid. GimMe Gimme. Tab can't give you a tablet she orders. Right Comedian Pepsi free. You WanNA PEPSI POWDER YOU'RE GONNA pay for it. Looks can be something without any sugarman pay Mardi Good Luck finding that tab in the future coke launched diet coke in nineteen eighty, two tabs started its long slow decline today is only one of hundreds of products that coke is retiring. It's cutting its line of five hundred brands by half the company says it was streamlining before the pandemic. But when the pandemic hit and supply chain issues became more complex, they sped up their plans to focus on big sellers like diet, coke and coke zero. In addition to canning tab coke already bid goodbye to underperforming brand. Douala. Juices it's winding down its Zico coconut water operations as well but it's the loss of tab that hurts to the bone Coca Cola kept it alive only because some of US love it so much people like yours truly wrote letters made phone calls and signed petitions to keep tab coming and the company complied until now as far back as two thousand, one, The Wall Street Journal reported that coke all but ignored it. The company hadn't spent any money to market it since the early nineties, the paper reported for decades it's only been available here and there depending upon which bottlers decided to make and sell it. On even distribution led to thousands of tab fans going to great lengths to get our favorites soda. The Journal tells the story of Katie Tram Oh memphis resident who when traveling would routinely pick up cases of TAB, in Mississippi and Alabama for herself and other tab lovers back home, and then there's the anger. The decision is turning some Tabah Alex away from the company altogether and toward coca-cola's most famous rival, you know the one. On facebook to such devotees valid to switch to Pepsi as a matter of principle, I bought tabs for over forty years and nobody checked with me about this decision one wrote. Already TAB is showing up on Ebay at wapping prices. A new twelve pack is listed for one hundred, fifty five. Me Well, there are enough digits in an ebay price counter justify parting with my precious last ten cases of the eighty six I purchased in Vicksburg Mississippi and truck back to Austin in late August. With all that's going on in the world I. Know It's a bit hard to empathize but picture this a ban on coffee with no way around it. That's why TAB drinkers mourn its passing TAB has been my breakfast dessert lunch comfort food. Yes. I know life will go on Brown. But maybe. A little. Less sparkle.
"mardi" Discussed on The big d zone
"This is carnival. I just got this. Notice a schedule change and crews cancelation. MARDI GRAS failing from November fourteen till January thirty F-. Twenty two. Me Straight. I will say that again. Mahdi law failing. From November fourteen, twenty, twenty, two, January thirtieth, twenty, twenty one. Can I get home? Can I get home. Let me read you the. I'm staying. I can't get home. Dear Carnival Mardi gras guest. As we continue to assist the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on Global Cook comment and public health. We had now determined. It will not be possible. I, repeat. And I'll say it again. It will not be possible to complete the work on Mardi gras over the summer and the ship schedule must. Must, be Adjusted. And I was watching videos. Other ship the video that made me cry. When went to the higher up from production? Team Carnival what's happened good time. Let the even though they pitcher than they did a great team on them. Being like the on the ship. and. They also had the brand new terminal that was totally in line being conducted. Over parking aval. What a way to begin a travel news on big D country LLC banned travel agency. What a.
"mardi" Discussed on The Heart
"This piece was written and produced by Mara Laser. Phoebe N N que edited. This version of the story Mara wants to thank Linden for being a friend. Elizabeth st be for editor topping and Ari for always believing in possibilities morrow and best new artist at the Twenty Nineteen Third Coast Audio Festival for this story. In this piece you heard clips of a conversation between Judith Butler and soon Nora Taylor from the film examined life you also heard writing from an article titled on Liking Women by Andrea long to the heart. Is Nicole Kelly? Phoebe enter Sharon machine. He and Caitlin pressed. That's me this show is now over a decade old and has a long history of queer feminist storytelling behind it. We highly encourage you to dig down deep into the feed and listened to the work that we've done over the years and how it's grown and changed. You can follow the heart at the heart radio on instagram. You can write to us at the heart at Mermaid Palace Dot Org and you can donate your cash dollars which we very much need to keep making this work on the heart radio DOT ORG our website. If you want to check out other Made Palace shows go to Mermaid Palace Dot Org or follow Mermaid Palace at Mermaid Palace Art on Instagram. You can follow me at Caitlyn pressed if you have a business and you're trying to promote it and you think that our listeners would like what you make then write to us about buying some ad space. We also need that to keep making the work that we make. Thanks for listening. Thanks for being and thanks for supporting this is love from the creators of criminal is back with the kinds of stories. We need right now. Their fourth season is all about animals in the wild. The family drama of rival Wolf Packs. A dog who guides his owner out of a tragedy refinery twenty nine says this is love is the warm story based podcast. Listen to when the news is too much to bear. Here's a special little snippet or on the move Twister with Helen Hunt. Do you think this is kind of twister? Hi It's phoebe. This is love is back and for our fourth season. We're going outside and the entire iceberg that we had just been inside of was cracking and breaking and dissolving into these huge chunks of ice. I was just speechless all new stories. Starting April first about animals in the wild and what happens when we take time to look around us. Better Donelson people. You like them better. Would you rather spend your day with a horse than a the group of guys? Don't complain subscribe now. This is love. Wherever you get your podcast see. Don't miss the first episode and you just with this. Turkey is really trying to get this quarter. Hello Will you tell me this terminable but unscathed search for this love wherever you get your podcast or visit? This is love. Podcast DOT COM..
"mardi" Discussed on The Heart
"I live in New Orleans and wanted to escape my little world down. There remind myself life does exist outside the city so booked tickets to New York. One of my best friends moved there. This friend and I had top surgery together. We drove to Florida to the same chest masculinization surgery within a few days of each other. It took years of late night talks with radical. Dykes inquiries to get to that moment. I can go into a coffee shop and actually pick up the cup with my mouth and carry it to my table but then that becomes almost more difficult. Because of the I couldn't stop listening to this conversation between Judith Butler into Nora Taylor and artists and disability rights activist. The discomfort causes when I do things with body parts. That aren't necessarily what we assume that. Therefore that seems to be even more Hard for people to to deal with. I was terrified and thrilled about treating my milk. Ducts like medical waste a few transmit. I know we're happy with their chest from this doctor in Miami. It's the only surgery he does and it's popular. He flattens chest five times a day three days a week. I wish I could have donated my chest to my favorite drag queen but my surgeon had a response like Lucille blue on arrested development. I don't understand the question and I won't respond the night before my nip took though I actually felt like a pretty terrible misogynist. Such a failed feminist. I was cutting up my own female body but I have to remind myself that living as default feminine is not helping other women ruminating in self torture and loathing is not an inspiring feminists strategy. It is a strange feeling to desire masculinity in two thousand twenty who wants to be a man as a kid and the nineties. When I would ask the boy's toy in the McDonald's drive-thru I'd watch my mom's worrying is lingering on me in the rear view Mir when I told her. I wish I was a boy. She just stared and said why maybe her gut response was feeling rejected. Like I was rejecting her as a woman as a role model did she. Also worry I would be like some other unhealthy pathetic men in her life. But I don't want to be a solitary depressed. Nobody knows trouble like I do kind of man alone in my office until four. Am I feel like even if I wanted to fully transition to be a man? It's not possible I could only be a man who was raised as a girl survived middle school because of riot girl a man who almost everyone reads as a huge lesbian. And what a privilege right. Now I'm a FAG lesbian separatist visiting New York City. I am reluctant to say I'm non binary it doesn't feel like the category that holds space hedge lists like leftovers. It doesn't exist without referencing. What it isn't saying it out loud feels like. I'm just saying sorry not that one. Thanks I get lost in my head breaking down with Gender Queer even means and wondering who doesn't fit that category I want to feel desirable by desire is formed through refraction of things ideas. I prefer this phrasing to I constantly. Compare myself to everyone around me. That Tuesday in New Orleans is a day for ritually drug. Induced shape shifting. This is the culmination day for Catholic Feasting Public. Masking costuming nudity. Young and old buddies are on full display. I won't even call it gender bending because it's beyond the category of gender. It's a riot bursting with sound and deep bright shiny colors historic struggles over who is allowed to parade. Who owns the streets happens live on TV simultaneously to the news coverage of drag competitions and the police strike didn't stop any drag contests in the quarter is year the usual feather boys and frills gateway partially to the Macho Man. Leather look at many sporting construction hats spectators and participants alike. They aware they jammed bourbon. Trees what they did for blocks in both directions during my visit to New York. My friend was scheduled to get Andrew Del testosterone cream a gift from the gay. God's I've debated taking testosterone shots before and put it off but Andrew. Del Isn't as strong as the shots. Also you can actually spread testosterone through skin contact after applying. I'm a sucker for ceremonial bonding. On Tuesday. The gift of Andro Joe was supposed to be placed in our hands survey die but as the patriarchal bureaucratic garbage world. That we live in would have it. There was a weird insurance issue. Oh my God this number. They have listed on their website despite having multiple credit cards. We couldn't get the hormones so our afternoon tea party was put on hold but I wondered if we had to be the ANDRO GEL. We wanted to see in the world. What does that mean exactly? We had the entire city of New York and burning hearts. I couldn't be satisfied with just a slice this afternoon. No matter how cheap and delicious we decided to have a ceremony to make us really feel like those small revolutionary minded parades. Were a state of mind. I will keep repeating feminist mantras Mardi gras hastings categorized as a figure out. What the Fuck works for me? We bought a lottery ticket. Wrote things down Shared Judith. Butler quotes made a list of qualities within ourselves and types of men. We WANNA burn. We tried to peel back the dulling sensors in talk fast and loud and publicly about things. You want to do how we want to be in the world. We tried to burn our list. But it took awhile. It was windy and literally freezing. It was another forest metaphor and this Judith. Butler quote is still vibrating in my head but they use their anus for or what they allow their anus to be used for. Well that one but really this one. What can embody do we usually ask you know what is a body. Or what is the ideal form of a body or But what can a body do is is a different question? It's it it's not like there's an you know what about it? Should look like it's exactly not that question. When you the plural you stood there with your coat unzipped and laughed. You clapped and spread your arms in motion for me Chimera you said and no my subconscious wasn't too messy. You put your glove his hand on my chest in my mostly zipped up jacket and said A. It's warm in here. I felt my head spin. I felt trans after the ceremony. We went to walters for giant happy or Martinez at the bar. We read excerpts of Andrew. Long Jews Article ON LIKING WOMEN. She says I'm trying to tell you something that few of us dare to talk about especially in public especially when we are trying to feel political pressure as the cure for Corey awoke. Nece sir. How can you want to be something you already? Our desire implies deficiency want implies want to admit that what makes women like me transsexual identity but desire is to admit just how much transition takes place in the waiting rooms of wanting things this out loud. My eyes turned to flames. Ignited by yet resigned to Trans Desire. The idea of men becoming women thrills Lesbian History archivist and me. Even though physically. I'm moving in a different direction. I cut my tits off and right now. I'm actively flirting with the idea of rubbing so-called male hormones all over my body. I wonder how thoroughly hi do. I have to be in order to continue believing I can move forward on this twirling. Trans Journey without taking testosterone. I can't force generic maleness onto myself. And why would I want to? I feel strangely comforted thinking. Desire implies deficiency. There's a relief in acknowledging what I don't have in order to more clearly what I do have desire with my flame. Is I tell misogynist men. I don't want their dicks. I already have one. I consider it a perk that my dick will never give you an unexpected pregnancy. But Yeah I would love to come on your ass recall this. The romance disappointment this appointment. You want something you have found an object that will give you what you want. Maybe you were trying to show me how to be sad and silly and proud come on just Italian microphone or maybe that was me doing that. Okay do it yourself. And then they're a couple of times thing you know all you extended trip in New York but the testosterone never arrived. This may seem like a missed opportunity. And Scher yeah undoubtedly. But it's not surprising. I don't feel sad I feel lucky the possibilities swirling around my head feel other worldly. I'm fantasizing about writing love letters to my friends. My Irish Catholic. Mom Her sisters you. I WanNa talk to everyone about the possibilities of their foggy. Lesbian separatist genders. I WanNa have ceremonies where we take our shirts off and Andro Gel across each other's chess. Maybe my mom's is an empowering cleansing ritual a quick release from caretaking. Maybe mine is kind of like a small orgy. Imagine the feeling of a room of transsexuals. Lathering themselves in wishes a room full of chess with scars. That say something happened here and I want.
"mardi" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"In South Africa. Visiting family is dad and he's taken with as well hasn't he'll be back in a few weeks time but for now it's just me to get into it. There's going to be an opt to show off this episode. We're actually GONNA take this week off completely but then we got these amazing interview so we decided to do this. Episode about our officers will be back to normal as of next week. Let's get it Mardi gras and has just wrapped up and as any good Political event should be wasn't without its controversy. Today we're joined by Alex Officer Gentle intense from the Department of Home Affairs a Queer activist group based in Sydney Alex. Thanks so much joining us. Thank you for having me on the shy away. At least three protesters from your group were removed from the parade on Saturday night after conducting a peaceful protests in front of the Liberal Party. Floats firstly. What exactly what are you protesting and were any of you actually arrested. Yeah so the Department of affairs was in the Mardi gras protesting the presence of the Liberal Party float primarily to bring attention to the liberal. Party's plans to celebrate the two hundred and fifty invasion of captain coke coming into Botany Bay. Something called the encounters tool which they're doing with the Maritime Museum which I'm sure you've heard of is the Circumnavigation OF AUSTRALIA THE LOSE my mind sitting in marketing department thinking that that's a good idea. Yeah so correct me. If I'm wrong with literally creating a replica of the endeavour an ENCYC- Never Getting Australia just to remind everyone. Say the Endeavour replica exists already built in the nineties. sits at the Maritime Museum in Dialing Haba Child I have memories of going on the excursions Russians Yeah so it sits there. A lot of tourists get on board and a LOT OF STUDENTS. Young students get onboard. So they're planning on Yeah circumnavigating around Australia to commemorate the two hundred and fifty years since Since Cook landed. Which of course is funny because that circumnavigation never happened. Yeah very good thing to be protesting. Then yeah we believe so. Yeah and so many of you arrested. Yeah so three of us were arrested. We were taken through the VIP area and detained underneath the grandstand though particularly heavy. Handed with one of us at bruises on their So we were charged with obstruction. That it was quite funny. They didn't really know Josh Straight. Yeah pretty much so I got obstruction of traffic. Someone else. One of US got Breaching the pay. We'll give him move on orders so they detained us for about ten minutes and then we had to leave. The area took our detail so receive fines ensure editor. I'm sure you'll have civil. People put their hand up to help you cover. Those fines added. They did let several people continue to March in. Yes so for the rest of the parade going quite amazing on the footage which which the Department of Home Affairs. Gotten some very good coverage. Way You'd see the tend to big signs saying turn back the waves followed by deliver flight. Which I and the thing that I like about it. The mindset those people saying Oh that's the point of monographs at ease actually act very much. Yeah but also a lot of people have been saying I agree with the spirit in which it was done was quite a funny sort of humorous way of protesting which Mardi Gras has a strong history of doing play. Those images of Fred. Nile's head on a plate in in the nineties and that sort of thing is it's always been very much pro protests about as a community does hasn't been of a sense of humor about it which I thought Department of Home Affairs a very good job of so it's important to us that what we do is perform give camp and it satirical and it's funny. Yeah and it's fun. It's absolutely and that's what point were you there from the start of the parade. Yeah well there during the marshalling time which was really fun. That's a really beautiful time pot of Monty Gratin. If any of you have have parade but seeing all the groups walking around everyone's excited and I was there from the beginning. Yeah did you notice any like the attendees like as you protesting connecting with the message that you were putting out there? We had a few funny moments so we had a few different elements that that was the Department of phase will wearing blue coveralls which are opening up. And we think it's very apparent that Where a satirical group office outback's but a Lotta people. Don't get it straight away okay. So we had a few interactions with people kind of coming up to us as if we were the police. Oh sitting down and chatting about what we were doing. This guy kind of like was walking by stopped in his tracks and looked at US started walking over to us really purposefully and then start and was like oh so. You're not the Department of Home Affairs. I was about to come over and tell you we were just like okay. All right great another interaction. We had which was funny was Someone came over and was like. Oh my God I work at the Department of Defense like. Oh this is amazing. This is so funny and I don't think she clocked that we. Will you know severe leading the Home Home Affairs? The Marshall Place of Mardi Gras is strange advice. But we also had people coming up and be like Lovett the outfits. You look amazing. Love what you're doing and like people that maybe had seen us in the protests previously will like. Did you feel like I'm watching it? It seemed like there was overwhelming support coming from the audience as you're coming leading leading the Liberal Party. Did you feel overwhelming support coming from the audience as well? I personally Dressed as captain cool. Oh you're right I wasn't. Yeah which is good Yup skomer. The officer that was dressed as sky also wasn't getting support. Go my was going around pretending to shake people's hand so he was getting a lot of resistance which is right uh-huh there was a bit of yelling at us because it takes a moment. I think for the Penny to drop for a lot of people use the Department of Mofaz offices turning something back and then they saw us the fake liberal replica. Liberal Party flows And then so. Some people start Clocking on then. And then it's not until they see the The actual Liberal Party float that it's like. Oh yeah but we were handing out flyers that information about what we were doing. So that's really important because people you see people engage with that and you can say that. Okay Yeah and yeah so so support from the crowd as well back. Do you feel like there's been ongoing support since the like. Have you been getting feedback? And that's what's really great feedback right which has been one of the most excellent pots Especially getting feedback from fascinations activists reposting and sending messages of support to say yes. This is an amazing action and thank you and great solidarity So that's been especially important but also messages from the community of like fantastic love. You guys love your work which is really excellent. Pies Action Great. You mentioned before that you had done a protest before the two thousand eighteen. At Mardi gras conducted similar one which was in solidarity with refugees affected by the coalition's offshore detention policies. They decided to make arrests in two thousand twenty. When they didn't bother a couple of years ago I think that partly Two years ago it was a fortieth anniversary so it was a special deal and I think that the police were hyper aware of how bad it would look if they were arresting quiz at Mardi gras fortieth anniversary. Forty three major. I was surprised that we were arrested. I wasn't expecting to be pulled off because it does look cyber. Add attention which is a funny flipside of the stress of getting arrested and being handled in that way Is that you do get a lot of media attention because the media loves the rest so. I was surprised that they did that. I think it was We held Taylor Square for a really long time. It was like four minutes. It's quite funny. If you watch the live footage it's pretty crazy was hosting the thing and they were sort of going. Oh this is cool my next about this and I turn back and so you guys. About how much airtime on. I think whoever was producing that was a practice and all of a sudden. He's standing down like somewhere else back absolutely. No but that's that's very funny so I think maybe part of the arrests was that we held it for so long and they obviously made a decision. I mean we were starting to move on so it was completely unnecessary. We went hosing. Risk anyone As an activist group and has a protest getting arrested. Did you consider that a bit of a success or is it more of a failure? You know what I mean. Yeah tidally I'm very aware the widest Ralian not to Romanticize being arrested flag certain groups do certain climate groups. Do think it's really important not I am. Yeah Romanticized that like. It's a really good point. Actually we certainly did not plan to get arrested In the moment it felt like a failure. I felt really disappointed. That we've been pulled out of the parade Afterwards though saying how much media attention that Roy was like okay. The flipside flipside of that happening Is that? We are getting a lot of attention. There's a lot of hate on the New South Wales. Police Force of a positive coming out of it is that we are now contributing to this conversation about whether police should be at. Mardi Gras Which is really is great to kind of Be Contributing to that conversation So I guess it's a bit of a mix maybe in the end it kind of turned into a bit of a positive thing because it brought a lot of attention and Brought out the roots of Mardi Gras and how it began as a violent very very violent Saying Against Liquids Against Quay paypal. Yeah I guess another. I don't WANNA call it a civil but another opportunity that happens within with that happening at Title Square. Was you'll right in front of that? Big Pay grandstand posting it and people sitting in the film those arrests in place on social media which. I think more attention to the process which you know strange ways is a good thing and a lot of the official photographers are sitting there. Yeah Yeah And a lot of them were taking photos. Some needed a bit of encouragement of this arrest. Come on yes. It's important to capture. The purchase did go viral in part due to the Greens leader at which you just mentioned Reposted the video on twitter over to the mayor saying did you receive any sort of a lot from more anyone from its party. Not that I have been aware I haven't been completely across the social media platforms that we're on Jenny. Leong and other grains grains later Posted video as well. She was there as well So we've got some. We've got support from your at Jenny. Leong in that way. But we'll Adam absolutely. Yeah if you say Samuel Doe the artist who did a beautiful picture of of your team members. Sorry about it until yesterday and I was really chuffed. Say That now. There was also a separate protest going on at the Monaco by Socialist Group. Code the Social Alternative who would chanting fuck the Al Pe- as the Labor flight passed by and of course federal opposition leader Anthony Albanese e then gave them the finger which has since talked about on the news and said he doesn't regret and also felt that those people shouldn't be chanting against the IOP and also felt the. You guys should not have been protesting the Liberal Party What's your take on that I look? I can get behind a message like fuck. The total focus is largely on refugee policy government policy as well as yeah working in solidarity with first nations people and the AARP does not have an excellent track record. A lot of their refugee policy has been horrendous So I absolutely can get behind A Message if we had more people would be protesting. Lp.
"mardi" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Like we said though the Real Mardi gras celebration started in earnest in Mobile Alabama. Right yes so. He named the thing. I don't know if he actually celebrated Mardi Gras but he named that little area. He named that area Ponto Mardi Gras but the so that was sixteen. Ninety nine apparently four years later Immobile before it was even a town. They celebrated their first like Mardi Gras party. Or whatever or something like that. The fort and the New Orleans was Inc founded in seventeen eighteen and they started having Mardi gras parties like shortly after that so resolved very close to the beginning of the eighteenth century everybody started having Mardi Gras and it was like directly from the French influence in the area. And if you look into the early eighteen. Hundreds like the eighteen twenties and into the eighteen thirties. This is when you start seeing a little bit more of what we're talking about as far as Carriages that are decorated People parading in masks walking on foot. Yeah well at this point or encourages. It was largely spontaneous though Church there. Just be people partying on the street wearing mass. Yeah let's talk that way. Yeah they did and then other people will walk that way too and all of a sudden you had A. That's right but the thing is these this revelry on the streets because everybody was indulging in the pointless like jolt but really really overindulge. This wasn't just your average like village party the centre everybody was getting trashed even back. Then and so people were getting in fights and people were copson horses kicking people right off of their feet. All sorts of crazy stuff was happening. It was cops New Orleans And so the the city the city leaders were like. We're not going to do this anymore. This is out of hand and an eighteen fifty seven. I believe a group of Actually from what? I saw transplants for Mobile. Who were members of a group called the Cow Bellion Durant in society. More cowbell sure they They said hey how about. This will actually organize a legit parade in. It'll be much more orderly. There won't be this chaos and they formed the mystic crew of Thomas or Komo yes so. There's a lot of cases in place of Sees Mystic K. But it doesn't look scary like we talked about right. Oh does it to you well not mystic crew but it depends on what follows mystic. 'cause it could look creepy to me okay. but crew is spelled with a k. r. e. w. e. and we should go ahead and talk a little bit about what a crew is. Yeah it's It's a group of people who get together and Technically they are like legit nonprofits and as they get larger at least via the charity organizations. They're supposed to be. Yeah and they are sort of the group of people who would get together and say this is our gang and we're going to Gang in a good way and we're GONNA make afloat and do this theme this year and then all get together and get super drunk. Probably not even I bet you there's a a non drinking crew like one gotta be there has to be at least at grew right but they They they they were anonymous originally like they were yesterday groups that were like out and proud in public but like they wore masks like their identity. Really was anonymously. You were an anonymous member of this group. Try and and Over time now people like the anonymity is not quite as important and it is to some though I think I think sometimes they take it serious new still. Yeah I mean not in like I don't know maybe you can't get kicked out it. Might it might be more of a light hearted thing but I think generally they try and still respect the the masks on approach sure. Okay all right but I mean like if you told somebody like I'm a member of the Crew of wrecks or something like that kick you out taking your mask off during the parade specifically think so. Yeah so we'll hear about it. We got that wrong. We definitely they grew from these little tiny societies into very large groups Well funded almost across the board. Yeah because they're supported by do's and they put on parades and balls masquerade balls on the night of Mardi Gras and Some of them are just really enormous. Have like big name. Celebrities like huge bands that play and yeah nominate a person to be like the leader. The King or Queen. Yeah each year. Yeah like you could. They could say Josh Clark. We want you to come down. They could and be the king of our crew this year. Right and that's how it started back in eighteen fifty seven I think is eighteen. Seventy two that. The first King of a crew is nominated right but eighteen. Fifty seven was when the mystic crew of Komo's Had what's now looked at the first As the first kind of modern Mardi Gras parade and Aside from a few years where like world wars interrupted things. They've been doing this every year since then. Yeah there's another so eighteen. Fifty seven was a big year. Eighteen seventy two. That I mentioned was another big year because that year the The traditional Mardi gras colors were added. I believe by the crew of wrecks. And there's a lot of A lot of misunderstanding supposedly so that year the crew rex named as their king or the the leader. I can't remember which one he was. The Russian Grand Duke Alexi who was from the House of Romanoff and they said well these colors came from the house of Romanov the gold the green and the purple that we also see it with with Mardi Gras. This is absolutely not true. The House of Romanov has like red yellow and blue. I believe or their colors. But that's just the legend that came about but some other stuff that year like the idea of electing a king through your Mardi Gras parade Throwing beads for the first time happen that year. Yeah the song the yeah the song what. What is it if I ever cease to You've never heard it actually so you I bet you if we played it you might recognize it. So the colors though purple stands for Justice Green for faith and gold for power supposedly. I'll just made up out of whole cloth here and the idea with the beads was supposedly originally that you would toss these two people. He thought exemplified these traits. I'm not sure how accurate that is. Either Now it is. Of course morphed into another tradition which. I don't even know if that's still going on why. Hey Mr throw me something. Throw me something Mister Mister. Throw some combination of those words. I'll show you something and you throw me something. Oh that's different so I think it went from. You look like you're involved in justice. Here's some beads to there's this traditional call. I think Mr Throw me something. Okay and then. I think it morphed into the boobs thing that you just did that literally quieter. But I don't even know you know with all the advancements we've made in the past few years if people are doing that anymore. I would like to know about that because I'm not going to go down to Mardi Gras. How come to New Orleans jazz fest? Not Mardi Gras. Yeah and I'll have a blast. Sure but I'm not going to go to this things when we were there last October. Think so yeah and there's candy in the streets in I'm like there's no way this is leftover for Mardi gras parades all the that. I was wondering yes. Do they. Just do it. All the time I mean every time I've been there have been parties. Parades just just seems like one of those towns where they're always getting down right throwing candy Should we well? I guess we should say quickly if you're before we break if you'RE GONNA go. We're not discouraging ago right But planet advance. Because it's not the kind of thing we're on a the week before you can be like. Hey Dude let's go man. I think you can go under US auspices for sure but you'll be sleeping in the van really different kind of experience hotel. You're in advance. Yeah you won't get a hotel. You won't be able to eat emeralds or anything like that. Now she planned far in advance. You could storm immortals which people who sleep in vans and talk like you just did you all right. So let's take a break and we'll talk more about Mardi gras..
"mardi" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"They think, are they? There's evidence. At least there was Mardi gras celebrating going on maybe as early eighteenth century, definitely from what I saw, there was a French explorer named Pierre Lemoyne. Sierra. De Belleville I think you. You really got it. Yeah, especially, if you crunch it together and speed it up, I can't do you really nailed it? And he was exploring around and camping out. About fifty miles south of what is now New Orleans and he's like hey i. know that they're celebrating France right now so I am going to Chris in the site point. Do Mardi Gras. and like we said though the Real Mardi. Gras celebration started in earnest and Mobile Alabama right. Yes, so he named the thing I. Don't know if he actually celebrated Mardi Gras, but he named that little area. He named that area Ponto Mardi Gras, but the so that was sixteen, Ninety nine, apparently four years later immobile before it was even town, they celebrated their first like Mardi Gras party, or whatever or something like that the fort and the New Orleans was INC founded in seventeen eighteen, and they started having Mardi gras parties like shortly after that so resolve very close to the beginning of the eighteenth century, everybody started having Mardi Gras and it was like directly from the French influence in the area, and if you look into the early eighteen hundreds like the eighteen twenties and into the eighteen thirties, this is when you start seeing a little bit more of what we're talking about. As far as carriages that are decorated people, parading and masks walking on foot. Yeah, believe at this point or encourages. It was largely spontaneous though church. There's just be people partying on the street wearing mass. Yeah, Let's talk that way, yeah! They did and then other people will walk that way, too, and all of a sudden you had a. that's right, but the thing is these this revelry on the streets because everybody was indulging in the pointless like jolt, but really really overindulge. This wasn't just your average like village party. The centre everybody was getting trashed even back then, and so people were getting in fights and people were. It was cops nine. Horses kicking people right off of their feet. All sorts of crazy stuff was happening. It was. Cops northern and so the the city. The city leaders were like we're not going to do this anymore. This is out of hand and an eighteen fifty seven. I believe a group of actually from what I saw. Transplants for Mobile, who were members of a group, called the cow bellion durant in society. More cowbell sure. They they said Hey. How about this will actually organize a legit.
"mardi" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Forty seven days the whiteboard. Above your bed where you're keeping track of how much a lot of it was it. It was quite a strike. That image I think was quite a striking seeing of here. Is someone that clearly does not need to be held in detention. This is just some of those escaping persecution. And he is the telly that. They've camped about their bed of how much the tax payers paying. And it's a really good point. Why the fuck you spend money? Okay I was in the hospital for forty. My partner was in hospital for seventeen days. I was in the hospital for seven days because it was Liverpool Hospital. I had three guards outside my door to make sure I didn't escape. Three guards outside his door. There are more guards in that war than there were nurses and they were actually getting in the nurses ways now when you tell you four thousand dollars a night per bed and it's two beds not one. It was two. That's eight thousand dollars a day and then there's the guards in the medication and the nurses and the transportation and all that it was just so much but the doctors were really really very very kind to us that Liverpool hospital because his TB ended after seventeen days mine was a lot more severe. The doctors actually let him stay an extra sixty days in the hospital on necessarily just because they didn't want to separate us which was just amazing so very grateful to that but eventually he had to go and I was stuck in hospital for thirty days and I'm really grateful to Australia and Australian people industrial government actually helping curious of this because it could've killed this eventually probably within five years but you gotta keep something in mind and point part of the reason. I put that board above my bed. That tally of how much it was costing was because being hospital sucks. Okay especially when you're I wasn't especially when you're not bedridden. I mean I was healthy. I didn't have any signs or symptoms of TB or anything like that none of it and when you're in a hospital but you got three guards outside your room and you're not allowed out of that room thirty days. It wasn't any kind of health concern or anything it was just the guards and the Abe not wanting to let me out of the room. He wasn't allowed to come and visit until I appeared on the project. Chill the project got involved. Which point day started to allow him to come and visit me in the hospital Three times a week. There are people have relatives children who die while they're in custody and they don't let them out to go visit or go to the funeral. Because of the media attention and all sorts of gays the gay community was so instrumental in getting us out all the attention that was thrust everywhere on social media all the support that we got put pressure on the government to let my partner coming to visit me three times a week I started being allowed out of that hospital room. I was in for an hour a day. There were let go out in the garden and under guard still but I mean. Look now that it's that that she did that. God awful journeys is over. I mean I started a fulltime job on Monday..
"mardi" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"At some point. But they don't leave that way. Luke has left the room. You've been to jail so this bracelet isn't for aesthetic purposes so the actual facilities bad but what makes it bad is that they have people that have our foreign nationals. That had visas in Australia. Arthur ALLOWED OUT INTO SOCIETY. Had committed some kind of got to keep this in my face. They've committed some kind of crime that been sentenced to at least twelve months for in Australia in prison. So those guys are now out of prison. Some observed year years twelve months for a variety of different crimes from drug dealing to rape to murder. We're in there with murderers so those people are all mixed in with the with asylum seekers and refugees and for us to be in that search in that atmosphere was quite intimidating. I mean just from the first day I had a big Samoan Guy. He's going to kill you just because I was assigned to be in the same room as him. They didn't assign us to the same broom initially at least not until they found out we were journalists and then everything changed and for us to couple of Saudi guys. Just arriving in Australia I was like horrific. It was scary crystal meth. There's so much crystal meth in Australian detention video stories. This blows my like in these detention centers that we you know astray Leah right wing. Australia's like we're going to be so careful that we've got a pink. Cape people nowadays awful places that have you know sometimes islands or have fencing all around them with Bob. Wire around it and so we're going to be so complicated but obviously this gods and bringing she'd into into these centers to care you probably say who's doing it but let me. I can't remember the names of the guards but I remember I remember. He had a hospital visit and He went to the hospital for something and he had two guards that were with him in the elevator and one of the guards opened up his back to get something out of it and just to smell of great cannabis just came out of that bag he was telling me it must be good stuff but The guards who get in but also the other way that it gets in Australia are very particular about their pat search laws so they can't really touch down here. They can't really do anything there. So visitors coming to the detention centers did actually put the drugs. They're you'd actually put a lot of drugs in their. Apparently referring says quote for the people listening. Yeah exactly yes now. Speaking of the gods some point one of the gods sits in the nine years that he'd worked there. Yeah he'd never had a gay couple before the forgot. Make you feel more comfortable less comfortable. Well when he told me that by that stage had been on the project a couple of times. Our case had already been in the media. Y- A lot so by the time. He told me that we had to twenty four hour guards on us with us because they did something stupid in the beginning When I first started doing the media interviews all by phone not in person I started talking about the drugs that were in Villawood and of course that upset the drug dealers. The guards and I was stupid. I don't ever been to prison before so it was just apparently. You're not supposed to be talking about those things especially when you say in prison rookie prison. Yeah Rookie prison mistake. They actually ended up having guards on us. Twenty four hours so anytime we would meet. I have to walk around. It'd be some be three meters away from us. Every night. They would walk into her door. Open door check out. We're okay which is kind of a pain in the ass if you're trying to have sex in the middle of the night but the asset side. That was really fucking awful. Yeah we'll cut. That was causing Christly Jerk Ben.
"mardi" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Because then they're gonNA buy don't Hashtag Saudi no seriously place. We always have sanitized here so so the only fun times where like when we check into a hotel somewhere in Saudi Arabia because we traveled a lot is one of the acid. You single bed or you know. Do you want a single bad or do you want a couple of single beds and I just always felt like I should just be dangerous like no? We'll just have one big bed. Really good friend really. Saudi Arabia. People flu around boys play with the boys. Girls play with the girls. But then you get married and you know once you get married. You're expected to that lifestyle behind you. You know you're going to be wonderful husband to your wife and you're GonNa take care of your kids and you know you just kind of forget about all that stuff Well with me growing up in the US that just was not an option I mean my God before we having so much case. Excellent Grinder works over there by the way John. Does billy thing is. You're worried that the person you're meeting is he gonNA bring along five members of the religious police at which point you're going to end up on the chopping block. Catfish that's happened. We had. I have South African friend of ours. He's from South Africa and he was an English schoolteacher and he was in his thirties. And the guy had lived in Saudi for like five or six years and then He got on one of the APPS like grinder or one of those and he ended up hooking up with just nineteen year old Saudi student while the Saudi student happened to be working for the religious police and right when they got together to meet he ended up getting poundstone and the interest taken to jail. They took him back to his house. They went through computers. They went through his personal stuff. They found his collection of gay porn and they found videos he's charged with other Saudi young men and he ended up getting sentenced to two years in prison and two thousand lashes. You can imagine I mean it's sort of a partner but lashing. I mean it's just a horrible thing I mean you're trying to live your life. I mean you have sex in Slama country which is not the best divide years but I mean for him. It just completely changed the way that he was before he went in and the way that he was afterwards it was horrible experience for him so I mean I don't WanNa last time. Saudi Arabia executed. Somebody for just being gay I know. The last batch of executions day did was about thirty five to forty two people. I'm not exactly sure five of those were gay. But they weren't executed because they were gay. They executed for other stupid reasons but they just happen to be gay. So executions do continues to happen. Yes.
"mardi" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Good time. I think just to actually try and talk about the topic that we're supposed to talk about. I'm sorry how we up giving People Amel thank you. I'm trying to support finding sport. I'm trying to I'm trying to breathe. I fell comfort anything. I think I genuinely sorry to be serious for half a second That there is a lot of play in guy and I can. I speak on behalf of gay men because I am game but I probably seem a lot of people in the spectrum. Use role play is a DECI- of working out who they are and that's being played some straight six. After I realized I wasn't attracted to women anymore but still with it anyway and then even when I was first having six minutes pretending like what the fuck oh is doing and I was like. Oh it's sort of an element of role play. I always say I don't know if I talked about talked about the deady. The Guy that called me daddy center at the lives nor my soul. I showed it was not recorded that thank God this evening. I was dating this guy few months ago and he was really into calling me daddy and I was really into fucking him so let them do it and then I cut it off because the night before father's day he stayed over in the morning I wake up and he wrote and he's like violence day. Daddy you no. You'd be a terrible knife. Five looks like George Costanza.
"mardi" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"So we touched on the past on like pup play and leather play and domination and subs but yeah like we Ramos. Yes you had that story I feel like you have a lot of stories that kind of buy off shore based but yeah like role plays like a big thing in a career community. It's a big thing in six. I mean I kind of always thought if it is it's kind of like a couples like last resort fixing relationship like in the movies and stuff and it's like this is like one last chance but yeah it's not actually always about like sexy maid outfit so like firemen and stuff like that is. It's happening but there are many aspects of role play in our lives as people not always actually but a lot sexually but I mean like honestly like we. We grow up playing a role whole life like we're playing the role of straight like like pretending to be straight in front of these people throw yet. Yeah running row. I never really got into row play where we were sort of doing characters. I've never dated anyone. That was a good actor. Yeah I've been in by day. Should be like fucking like data background. Are you fucking kidding me like a doctor? I'm GonNa give you fucking Dr Quinn I yes. He's GonNa comment on how that was an old people wherever you clearly have not saint plays like me.
"mardi" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Try not to use them but it might be easier to explain. Try No point. I'm joking God so i WanNa talk about the A. N. Z. said Mardi Gras campaign. Yeah we've got a van in the second one work. Oh yes thank you. Thank you for the homeland just to recap for anyone that means it on social media and stuff so there was that said that eighty percent of Qa plus. Australians received aggressive homophobic slurs directed at them in the last twelve months most of them from. Kyle apparently thank you. So hey what the fuck fuck you so? I decided to create a quote a loves loves campaign so as opposed to a love speech campaign. They have done a lot of sounds mighty grab before they were the ones that did the gainsaid Gedeon. Yes love them that I thought that was. That's the kind of branding I want but this one did not go down as well as the guy. Tm unfortunately so there was a few even positive. The campaign They main part that has upset people was there was a video that was released and it featured lgbt. Australians looking at a camera quite solemnly and repeating this. Liz heard over time. A lot of them are quite young people and it was the response was incredibly triggering to say the least very quickly there is no there was no warning of it which I think is an issue. The next thing they also released was hurt block web. What do you call it a plugging and so is the thing you could put onto your web browser that would stop homophobic or transphobic mode rainbow and stuff. We don't sort of their own ads now. Well that's the thing because it doesn't block video content whatsoever written word next ad which is also the poster campaign and the idea of the poster campaign was to replace words traditionally associated with a shared online. I think it was only released in Sydney or the prices are only up sitting like trans people are so fabulous and the idea was no no. That's not what is said. It was it said. Trans people are sick and then waited a few seconds of being so fabulous also the visual prices that were posted up on on. It's it's like lesbian. Just needs a good man and it was like to have a team of like dad writers writing this. I read it the idea of that why not. I'm not defending it all plays. I just tried to explain that. The second to the idea of that part of the campaign was to be like. Oh we're used to hearing these. Let's rephrase the conversation about these people in this. That was the idea. Let's talk about how it went. Swimmingly this is anyone that's worked in marketing knows when you do a marketing campaign there has to be a code action. There has to be some point to it and the fundamental issue with this is the CO two action in this campaign is. Let's stop using these words and start using positive words. Yeah but instead of shirk showcasing the positive yes. They actually just punched down a bunch of minorities them to repeat a lot of traumatic words without a trigger warning so I was flipping through through through through my. What is the twitter twitter co speaking? Through my tick Tock. Today I was speaking to my twitter. Just stop for a inbetween. My porn viewing checking. What my friend was anything so I was just scrolling through and it actually stopped on that. Trans people.
"mardi" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Keeping and is that the right thing to do in two thousand twenty we wanNA quality. We want everyone to have the good stuff. We want everyone to come out wearing shit like this shopping. This is what pick up the groceries in Dover on me but the point is the gatekeeper is absolutely justified. In my opinion in this case because Boerum coacher is something that was created by people that were marginalized even within our community they had to create that and they had to be gatekeepers of it because they weren't accepted anywhere else so for someone that they perceived to be assist straight woman to be judging the show you know it was a bit of a no brainer kind of it. Kind of Funky. Forgive me if I'm wrong. But there was also all sort of double-handed it was the fact that people didn't know that she was queer and but also the fact that she's South Asian and yet the ballroom. New York scene was predominantly black and southern it was predominantly black and trans in New York in the eighties. Is where the same sort of culminated. So there was a weird disparity in the A number of notable members of the Trans Community's stood out and said Hey I actually applied for this and I didn't get it and it went to this person instead as in kind of retaliation to this backlash Jamila actually came out as a queer woman. And then I'm sorry guys. It got route complicated wick because is an anyone's place to say you're using your as a defense. Is You know or to question someone's narrative as none of us like very convenient for her to come out at that time like why. Come out when told us very convenient? Like y yeah but that's a very dangerous territory you because.
"mardi" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"They'll ask your clapping heat in the front and fact you're in a row. You're the only person in a row of people in rugby uniforms. That's not wearing a rugby uniform. Oh sorry what was it forty uniforms. You're the I reckon you must be bottoming loss. If you're I love seasons yes we need to leave that alone ESCO. Yeah has anything happened to you little while not a lot. Really? Nothing new direct mail done very was. I'm not went to Molly's the other night. And saw missy lemmings performing. She's reading the fuck out of everybody. That was sitting there in anticipation he's DOT COM. Name me I'm terrified. I think if it's a lovely shout outs north baby drag baby drag look really excellent Cleveland night here in Sydney baby drag. It's sort of a not where people that aren't experienced. What's a Code Drag Padilla's? Where did they do that? Just dolla dollar Australian Dollars K. Way All right Rod. Sorry say that a few years ago Mardi gras and I went to. I was having friends and we were like. Let's go to act so we went there and it was the underway a party and I didn't know so stripped down to my undies. Spent half an hour. There was like this is not the potty for me and then when I left they'd lost my bag and I walked time in the bar managers gym shorts and a singlet site. Talk same story. Let's get on without topics. These people paid money..
"mardi" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Mardi ballon helped to create the Jefferson airplane. It was through the band's evolution to the Jefferson starship where he found commercial success Balan whose voice carried songs like miracles and count on me died Thursday at the age of seventy six. Balan? Also ran a nightclub that saw young stars of the day like the doors and Janice Joplin take the stage the airplane said in a statement. We've lost a true legend already Balan helped start a revolution that still lives on today. Go Rakoff CBS news. W j news time twelve thirty five a pair of minors being questioned by police after a number of cars were stolen from a Fiat Chrysler lot. Newsradio nine fifty s. Lauren Barth, hold reports. Police say they've recovered eight vehicles taken from FCA's Jefferson north plant in Detroit on Friday morning for others. Three dodge chargers. Jeep Cherokee were stolen earlier this week. After thieves crashed their offense with a separate vehicle. Back in may nine ram pickup. Trucks were taken at near a Warren truck assembly plant, Lorraine Berthold WJ NewsRadio nine fifty. A security breach. Impacting fifty million users, a Facebook the social media giant reporting. It's view s feature was recently hacked. We don't know if hackers the way they're able to get in. We don't know if they can view other third party apps that we use Facebook to log into. So that's still undecided undetermined right now. So think of all the other places that you log in with your Facebook to access third party apps. Maybe it's your messenger, and you have a long history of very important or confidential texting chats that you're having with people. It might be a good idea now to go in and reset the log in for those particular third party apps. That's David dear Jo cybersecurity and privacy expert at burns and Wilcox..