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The Disappearance of Jennifer Fay: A Three Decade Mystery

The Case

02:01 min | 1 d ago

The Disappearance of Jennifer Fay: A Three Decade Mystery

"Jennifer fay case was broadcast on a national outlet. I don't know if it was america's most wanted or unsolved mysteries but it was somewhere out there. The jennifer fay team had hotline and they got two calls one from louisiana. The other one from california both saying the same thing that i think i know who you're looking for and she is in louisiana so the team started looking into and they started noticing that the mystery woman's started at the age of sixteen at about the same time the jennifer's history disappear. So that makes sense the. She looks similar to what they think. Jennifer would look like today and her handwriting even look at the handwriting and and that was similar So the the jennifer fait team here massachusetts contacted. Private is down in corpus christi. Because the information was this woman married somebody who was in the navy and that person relocated from louisiana to corpus christi. They found the house and they had somebody watched this woman and And then they reported. I think the shot some video and sent it back and showed the pi team. The team's doing all this work dotty has no idea what's going on. And they debated whether or not they should tell her where they didn't want to get her hopes up and they were not one hundred percent convinced they just thought it looked good and they did get to the point where they said to daddy. This is what we're thinking about. We want to bring you down. We want you to see this for yourself. That's fox twenty. Five reporter bob ward. He's been working the jennifer fake case. Anybody over twenty years. We also have the chance to talk to charlie castro michelle littlefield to private investigators who've been working the case for well over a decade as you heard at the beginning of the episode. Charlie was in corpus christi with jen's mom dottie and jen's aunt he tells us more about the information that led him to believe that this girl might be jennifer

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How to Create a Winning Sales Process With Nigel Green

The EntreLeadership Podcast

02:06 min | 1 d ago

How to Create a Winning Sales Process With Nigel Green

"We've got a conversation with nigel. Green and nigel challenges us to shift our mindset away from being a hunter and to start thinking like a farmer. If you're a hunter whatever you have for dinner that night is what have you killed that day and then the next day you gotta get up and you gotta go out and do it again. It's hard to grow a business like that. Long-term a farmer has a completely different mindset a farmers building a process. They have a plan and they have systems. But you i have to shift your identity away from the hunter and take on the mindset of a farmer if you're a farmer is no crop you're not a farmer like you're lying that you're sitting in farmers know that so they're willing to do anything to make sure at the harvest. There's something to sail. There are a lot of sales leaders that don't understand that element of the identity. They liked to be the vp. They liked to travel. They like to meet customers. But they consistently miss revenue targets. And so that's why the the tenure of sales rep is very similar to that of a professional sports coach three years or less because they don't understand that piece and it doesn't matter how good you are at being the rainmaker you can go and recruit you can market but if you don't build a team of hitting numbers you're not a sales leader. You're something else in a sales leader's role a lot of business owners. Or top salespeople. really resonate. I mean i resonate with that. I've been a rainmaker but you look up one day and you go. I have to be plugged in one hundred percent for every dollar that comes in and i i love the agrarian referenced. The idea of being a farmer. I alternative is the your hunter. It's like you have to kill something every single time in the day that you don't go out in the hunt is the day that you go hungry potentially or you don't understand that sometimes you can over hunt an area and then there's nothing left to sustain the business For some future period.

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Digital Body Language for Sales Professionals With Erica Dhawan

Conversations with Phil

02:01 min | 5 d ago

Digital Body Language for Sales Professionals With Erica Dhawan

"Name. Is erica doron. I'm the author of the new book digital body language and my best advice is writing clearly. Is the new empathy writing clearly as the new empathy. Ooh i like that. We're gonna unpack that a little. But i. i'm so glad you're here. Congratulations on an awesome awesome book. Thank you for sending over a pdf. So i can get behind it and read an holy crap. It is awesome. yeah. I'm super excited for you. So and i'm super excited year. So tell me when we when we talked a couple of weeks ago. Maybe a month ago you said nobody thought this was important years ago and now it's like this. Oh we got so so. Take me through kind of how that because i know that this this is not. You didn't work before but this year. Best work this is really awesome and so talk me through that like when people say well. No i don't think digital body language is important. What does that mean. Why would anybody say that. About six years ago. When i la after i launched my first book. Get big things. Done the power of connection. And i travel the world helping. Ceo's and leadership teams build twenty-first-century collaboration skills especially for a world with virtual global multi generational and matrix teams but as i was focusing on really twenty-first-century teamwork kept hearing the same challenges and questions from groups. Why is there so much misunderstanding. It work today. Why are my teams feeling so anxious. How do we better connect across different ages and working styles and one of the biggest challenges i discovered well before the pandemic was that there was no rule book for how we connect in a digital world especially with research showing about seventy five percent of communication is nonverbal body language. How do we replace that in a world. Where seventy two one hundred percent. Now of communication could be virtual.

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NPR Health Correspondent, Allison Aubrey, on the COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids

Short Wave

02:02 min | Last week

NPR Health Correspondent, Allison Aubrey, on the COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids

"Aubrey. We've been hearing for weeks now that this age group twelve to fifteen year olds are next. What do we know about how the vaccine works for them. Scherer we'll scientist at the fda have been reviewing the clinical trial data that included more than two thousand kids and it appears to be all positive children in this age. Group develop a lot of antibodies. They have very mild side effects and pfizer says older participants in the trial will continue to be monitored for long term protection and safety for an additional two years got it so as far as efficacy and side effects are concerned it's basically affecting them just like it as adults. Yeah pretty much so. I spoke to patricia stench field. She is a nonvoting member of. Cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices. This is the group that makes recommendations she says from what's been released so far. The vaccine appears to be very effective than this age. Group seems to be one hundred percent effective. No child in the study. How on that. Twelve to fifteen year old. Adolescence got kobe. Very few kids. Got a fever. Many had arm pain just like adults and stints field says the benefits seemed too far outweigh any risks. That's kind of incredible one hundred percent effective right. And that's what was shown in the trial setting now in the real world. We might come to find out. Isn't one hundred percent but certainly early suggests it's very very effective but it appears that some parents are hesitant to get this vaccine for their kids. Right yes a recent survey from the kaiser family foundation found only three in ten parents of children in this age groups they would they would get their child vaccinated as soon as the vaccine is available. Many say they'll wait now. I spoke to dr li beers about this. She's the president of the american academy of pediatrics. She says she's not surprised that there's hesitancy out there. And she says pediatricians are going to be working really hard in the coming weeks and months to reassure parents and help answer questions.

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NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Fatal Tesla Crash

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:13 min | Last week

NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Fatal Tesla Crash

"Everybody around here and we've got quite a lot to go through. We've got an update from the national transportation safety board on the highly publicized accident involving accessible vehicle in texas a couple of weeks ago. We've got news on tesla. Energy manufacturing batteries and of course elon musk's appearance on saturday. Night live over the weekend rough start to the week. Four tesla's stock finishing down nearly six and a half percent today to six hundred and twenty nine dollars four cents that compared to the nasdaq down over two and a half percent the worst day in a couple of months for the nasdaq and we did see sector rotation today the dow was only down a tenth of a percent as the dow is generally made up of lower growth more value oriented stocks. So i know the tesla down. Six percent can sometimes feel a little bit rough especially for new investors but for context arc's innovation. Etf so a group of a lot of different stocks was down by itself five percent today. Obviously tesla driving a portion of that but certainly the movement was not just isolated to tesla. Today before we get into the news here you may have heard already but my voices still recovering a little bit. So i'll do my best to get through this but apologies for any disruption from that. I i up today. We are revisiting the unfortunate accident back in mid april of decimal ice vehicle in texas. As i'm sure most of you remember this received a ton of media attention because at the time law enforcement said that they were one hundred percent certain that no one was in the driver's seat of the model s. at the time of impact. You may remember that. At the time we went through a number of different reasons why the seemed implausible. And i felt like law enforcement was speaking far too soon saying they were one hundred percent certain of something without even having done a full investigation yet so too soon too much conviction and this led to massive media coverage of this accident. A lot of scrutiny. For tesla you've got consumer reports coming out and running some test about how they can defeat these safety features built in to help prevent people from using autopilot beyond its intended use case just keeps getting piled on all because of this one quote from law enforcement so here we've got the preliminary report from the ntsb quote. The crash trip originated at the owners residents near the end of a cul de sac footage from the owners. Home security camera shows the owner entering the car's driver seat and the passenger entering the front passenger seat. The car leaves and travels about five hundred and fifty feet before departing the road on a curve driving over the curb and hitting drainage culvert a raised manhole and a tree

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New York Stock Exchange Reopens as Covid Restrictions Ease

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:18 min | Last week

New York Stock Exchange Reopens as Covid Restrictions Ease

"When a company's stock starts trading on the new york stock exchange there's a tradition executives crowd onto a small balcony. And there it. Is they ring. The opening bell that has played out differently during this pandemic year when the new york city lockdown started the exchange operated without its trading floor for the first time in its two hundred and twenty eight year history two months later but with limited capacity. Today that changes. Here's npr's david gura. When the opening bell rang on. Friday the trading floor was still pretty empty and quiet. A far cry from how boisterous it used to be and there was only one person standing on that balcony. You'll see a bigger crowd on the podiums going forward. Stacey cunningham runs the new york stock exchange now that the vaccine rollout has been progressing. Were not as concerned about having both masks social distancing as double protection as of today more traders will be allowed back in the building if one hundred percent of affirms traders are fully vaccinated. More of them can be on site another big thing tv. Networks will broadcast live from the trading floor again. They haven't done that since march of twenty twenty so we were making a decision about the health and safety of the people on the trading floor as well as the livelihoods of the people on the trading floor.

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Paddington 2 Breaks a Rotten Tomatoes Record

GSMC Movie Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Paddington 2 Breaks a Rotten Tomatoes Record

"I am going to be taking a look at films. That for whatever reasons audiences just either didn't connect with or simply just didn't enjoy them as much as the critics did and there is a lot that separates the opinion of critic and the average moviegoer as the average moviegoer is really just looking for an experience. That is enjoyable and entertaining and on the other hand. A critic is essentially going into a film with a checklist of things to look for and in order for a critic to consider a film good. It really has to satisfy a lot of preconceived notions so as we will see in the next segment. It is very hard for critics to see eye to eye on a film in fact it is pretty much impossible to do. So but one exception to that rule was believe it or not. The film paddington to when that film i came out in theaters in two thousand seven enjoyed the longest period of time where a film on rotten tomatoes had both one hundred from the critics and the audience. Now time that has changed it now has an audience rating score of eighty seven percent which is still incredibly high for rotten tomatoes but probably the most surprising thing about that movie is it still has a one hundred percent rating from critics and for those of you wondering if you have this film confused with something else nope. It's the film about a teddy bear with rain coat and a little red hat. That film is rated higher than the godfather and citizen kane.

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Sex With Emily

02:19 min | Last week

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

"Erectile dysfunction is defined as the inability to obtain and very importantly maintain an erection adequate to complete sexual intercourse. So many guys think that all. I get it up for a minute one hundred percent. I don't have a problem but even though it goes down before. I can reach climax satisfy my partner. I don't have a problem. That's a problem. That's a problem for everyone. Yes vault a minute. And in fact. That's a form. Form of erectile dysfunction as called venus league where guys can get a good erection but they just can't maintain that erection and this is a very devastating form of erectile dysfunction because it affects young men. And how does it affect young men. What is it is it something. that's genetic. is it saying. Well it's just might be something that they acquired from say some trauma some injury or some something like that but a lot of guys. It's a genetic problem and it's the inability of them to hold out blood in their penis and the analogy. That i always get my patience. Is that imagine you had a faucet and you had a bucket and someone said hey you got to carry a bucket of water from the faucet over to that point. Be fossa works. Great water flows in great but so enroll a hole in the so. By the time you get over to point b. half the waters leaked out already. So you're not gonna have much water in that bucket. So that's the kind of e. Ed that younger men get and a lot of older men. Get as well okay. So that's one kind of since you were just talking about. I always say that gets this umbrella. Penis challenges like it's just you you can. You can't get hard or they you get hard you can't say hard and it's a problem and says there's pain involved form of pain and it's painful it's painful relationship it's painful so let's talk about. How much of these pitas challenges are mental and not necessarily physical small percentage. We're talking about ten percent of erectile. Dysfunction is due to psychological services. And there's things like you know stress anxiety You know those. Those will contribute to erectile dysfunction Expectations being inappropriate. You know those will contribute erectile dysfunction. But it's really a small percentage about ten percent is due to what we call. Psychogenic erectile dysfunction the vast majority so cruelly. Ganic problem that there's something wrong with the guy and we can usually infects it

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Broadway readies imminent ticket sales for a fall reopening

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Broadway readies imminent ticket sales for a fall reopening

"When you give your regards to Broadway there's a chance you can do that sooner than you might have thought the length of the great white way will soon be late again your governor Andrew Cuomo saying the curtains can go off on Broadway productions this fall the date September fourteenth and Cuomo says each theater can decide their own entry requirements like whether or not people must have proof of vaccines to attend Cuomo says the key to success is having as many people as possible get those shots if you said the people were one hundred percent vaccinated don't worry about the person to the right don't worry worry about the person to the left it's a hundred percent vaccinated I think could be a safer environment for people to go to tickets will go on sale in the coming days giving productions a way to gauge how many are interested in going to the theaters once they do re open in the fall I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Empire State Building Owner to Buy 300 Million Kilowatt Hours of Wind Energy

Climate Connections

01:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Empire State Building Owner to Buy 300 Million Kilowatt Hours of Wind Energy

"For almost a century. The tall spire of the empire state building has lit up the new york city skyline at night in recent years those lights have been powered by renewables. Since two thousand eleven the skyscraper has been buying wind energy to offset one hundred percent of its electricity. Use now empire state realty trust which owns the building is doing the same for all of its properties which total more than ten million square feet of commercial real estate to meet that goal. The trust agreed to buy more than three hundred million kilowatt hours of wind power over three years. That's enough energy to light every house in new york state for a whole month. And so we're really proud of the commitment that we've made dana. Robin schneider is the trust director of energy and sustainability. She says that by committing renewables large property owners can make significant cuts in carbon pollution. And they can help accelerate the broader transition to a clean energy economy as the investments growing continue in renewable energy. That's always a good thing. It's a critical way to encourage the development of renewable power

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The Epic Court Battle That Could Upend Apple's Future

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

The Epic Court Battle That Could Upend Apple's Future

"Talked on the show before about developer fees. Those are the commission's usually around thirty percent. That app store owners take from purchases made through their marketplaces. Some developers have pushed back against these fees. Saying there too high while store owners like apple and google have argued that the fees are necessary to keep transactions secure. This debate is the subject of a court battle between apple and the creator of fortnight epic games which kicks off today. The outcome of the trial will have ramifications for apple. And the rest of the tech giant's so for more on this. I'm joined by our apple reporter tim higgins. Hey tim thanks for being here. Thank you all right before we get started we should note that the wall street journal's publisher dow jones has a commercial agreement to supply news apple services. Okay so tim can. You remind us how we got to the trial that starts today. There's actually quite a dramatic backstory. Here right now. This is a clash of the titans. If you will it goes back to last august and the creator of fortnight epic games surprised a lot of people with an update to the fort game on the apple app store that aim to create a payment system. That would get around apple's payment system. They'll allow users to go into an epic games created pay system and that was a huge violation of apple's rules and it resulted in fortnight being booted from the app store and what followed was a pretty big legal battle that we now are seeing take place in a courtroom in oakland california and so as the court case. Kicks off today like you said in oakland. What's really the central question of this case. What is this all about. There's a few things going on here. Epic feels that apple is using. Its power anti competitive way specifically. They argue that apple has this delivery device or distribution device for apps on iphones and that it's one hundred percent controlled by them and that that is a monopoly in a bad sense and that they're misusing that power so what this case comes down to a large way is the definition of what a market is in the digital

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A highlight from Under My Skin

Life in the Son

05:03 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from Under My Skin

"Hey, how're you doing this morning. Good to have you back. And I hope you're ready for today. It's going to be an interesting day. Today is going to be the day that I do something that most people don't expect or don't like prisons to do because it seems so out of character for Christian but bear in mind now. There is such thing as righteous indignation but see. That doesn't come from the Christian. That actually comes from one. That Christian spends most of his time with being christ and quite frankly no Christian can really ever admit to having anything rightist in and of itself because it doesn't exist so when we do talk about things or Point things out. That isn't right away. Like I'm going to do today is basically going to run . But here's the thing is about things that are as anti-god as you can get and don't get me wrong. There's nothing in me. That is absolutely rises. Accept cries to his Emmy and who by the way is quite righteous enough to point out sayings that I'm going to talk about today and the thing is it's not about being a hypocrite. Because i will be the first one to tell you that. I have a hard time sometimes walking Christian wall because god does set the bar pretty high however he does make it possible to reach that ball whether we reach that bar at any particular time is entirely up to us and because of this war with the place that kind of complicates things a little bit but it does get better with time so I guess what I'm trying to say is once a person an one who is lost approaches the cross in total repentance and accept Jesus as the savior that does not mean that person just became one hundred percent perfect. If that person lived as chris for the next two hundred years he would be nowhere near perfection. so I'm just saying that is the beginning of moran. I'll go into it later. But the idea is to remember first of all one who is saved still has to war with the old self because you know his mind and his flesh is still pretty. Well existent okay. And as far as perfection goes no human being on the face of the planet war ever be perfect in this place in this world. So you know. I think. I'm saying that more because more than anything. Because I'm getting tired of being called a hypocrite because are not made. But I'm speaking of the Christian body of people calling Christians hypocrites because we still deal with the human element and the people that do this. Talk about our hypocrisy. I mean I'm assuming this because you know what God expects of us. And I'm just to say you now. If you know what God expects of you, then you can't take the spec out of anybody else's I when you got a beaming your wrong. So let's try to put a lid on that. But i'll be back in just a few minutes and i'm going to discuss a few things and i hate to even admit it but i saw i've been seeing things on Facebook and I say things you know walking down the street or in the grocery store i hear things all the time on. It really gave me Fired up I'm not gonna lie. Gets me fired up. But i will say this before. I decided to do anything with this show today. Operate about it so you're going to get inside of me today. I hope. But I'm still going to discuss a few of these things because I think we really need to pay attention to these things and yes I'm gonna run about it but don't worry it won't be so bad if already prayed about it. I've calmed down a little bit right now. I am going to take a brief break. Lou recess at you will. I'll be right back. They'll go away. I

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31. Fostering Gender Equality Through Health Education with Pavita Singh - burst 05

Wellness and Wanderlust

03:08 min | 2 weeks ago

31. Fostering Gender Equality Through Health Education with Pavita Singh - burst 05

"Often go through life trying to avoid negative emotions and understandably right negative. Emotions aren't always pleasant but oftentimes they do have a lot to teach us and they do have a lot of value and so if we can learn to embrace negative emotions as much as we do positive emotions and invite them the same way that we would positive emotions it can actually set us up for much more fulfilling and authentic light so in this poetry collection we cover or cover the whole range of emotions both positive and negative so everything from anxiety to release or depression to optimism or perfectionism to passion some of poems or some of the emotions are juxtaposed with the exact opposite others are not just given the complexity of emotions not every emotion has an exact opposite and i think as you'll see from the poems not every positive emotion is one hundred percent positive end nodar Negative emotion is one hundred percent negative. So there's a lot of nuances and a lot of complexities within within our emotions and so in terms of what inspired this. So as i mentioned at the top of the show. I have had my with mental health struggles. So i've gone through anxiety and depression and know throughout most of my life. I have been able to cope with it. And for the most part experience a positive demeanor and positive affect but there have been some instances of my life that have just been extremely dark and a lot harder than other periods and so this just kind of got me to reflect about coping techniques and but also just the role that these negative emotions were playing in my life and that they didn't have to be completely avoided but rather embraced and kind of getting me to think about what was that was the role of that emotion at that particular point in my life. And what did it have to teach mean. And so yeah. I think the message that i'm trying to get across is that negative emotions don't have to be completely avoided. They can be invited as friends and they do have a lot to teach us. And there's so much going on in social media like when we see each social media posts. I think for the most part they tend to be very one sided and only depicting the positive parts of a person's life which him been you know have adverse effects on the consumers and they might have feelings of fono and feelings of your lower feeling like you know. They're constantly getting into this self comparison trap and thinking well. Why isn't my life like that or why. Why can't i just be positive. In spite of all of the negative things that are going on and i think that's really harmful. I think good vibes only is very harmful and it's just not authentic and yes. I mentioned that in girls. Health deadly teach the girls about positive affirmations on all of these tools and coping techniques that you can use to put yourself in a better mood and none of this is to say that you shouldn't practice that but it's just to say that if you do if you're not feeling okay that's okay if you do

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Managing Back-to-Work Anxiety With Darlene Marshall

Live Happy Now

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

Managing Back-to-Work Anxiety With Darlene Marshall

"We've got people out there who are probably listening who have been isolating by themselves. Who have been working remotely. Who are experiencing loneliness for the first acute time in their lives and then we have others. Who are working from home. While also being parents caregivers to elderly people they love home schooling remote learning at and feel an overwhelm of stimulus of too many people around them all the time. I can't say that it's any one thing because it's global challenge individual fit. What i think is happening right now. Is this juncture position of the expectation. Just a few even weeks. If not months ago that we were going to have this profound relief of vaccines myself personally getting vaccinated but that it's not really that different the next day other than ryan affects the world is still where we were. There's expectation versus reality. There's anticipation and uncertainty in all of these things coming together. Make for uncomfortable cocktail. And there's no real precedent for us to look at and say okay. This is how i dealt with before because nobody has dealt with it before and we're not really sure what the next steps are going to be. makes me think of one of the coaching techniques to help someone in the moment build resilience that even though you've never dealt with this before right who could have dealt with this all. It's likely that anyone listening would have dealt with significant challenge at some point in you have survived one hundred percent of the days. You've lived or you wouldn't be here race.

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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Has a Gang Problem

Chapo Trap House

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Has a Gang Problem

"Castle. Welcome to the show. So you're the you're the author of a fifteen part series That's currently on a knock. La documenting basically a fifty year. History of violence As it pertains to a series of gangs that operate within the la county sheriff's department that are comprised of la sheriff's county deputies Just like it's hard to draw. The conclusion suggested by this investigative series. Is that the most vicious and dangerous gangs in los angeles are have badges and operate as a gang a metaphorical sense but like literally by california criminal. Code is a gang every sense of the word. Yeah one hundred percent. I mean you you say at the top in in your pieces like the headline you you you list. The section of the california penal code that pertains to what like how how to determine whether an organization is a criminal gang and according to the penal code. It has to have three more people that one have a common name or identifying signs. Simple has is one of its primary activities. The commission of one of a long list of california criminal offenses and three whose members have engaged in a pattern of criminal gang activity. Either alone or together. How does that fit the gangs that you started your investigating in this series. Yeah well. I opened the series with The definition of the california penal code Really intentionally because you know these. Deputy gangs really aren't any different than criminal street gangs. The only difference is that you know they are able to operate with a badge and impunity. I think it is unfortunate and irresponsible that our judicial system has not categorize these deputy gangs of such If you look in local media the sparse coverage that has been on these deputy gangs. There's a lot of hesitation to use the word gang in this case I was very intentional with using that word. Because you know these are gangs and we need to call them what they are.

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How Ford Made the Worst Car Ever

Past Gas

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

How Ford Made the Worst Car Ever

"Edsel. Ford was born in eighteen ninety three in detroit. He grew up in the motor city before it was the motor city his entire childhood. He had a shotgun seat to watch his father. Henry ford build the automotive empire that shared his name. Big shoes big shoes. The shoes they say about big shoes to fill Edsel seem to share his dad's passions. He grew up tinkering with cars and learning everything. There was to know about engines and design and so looked up to his famous father. But unlike henry ford edsel was a kind man who enjoyed the finer things in life. He was stylish and aristocratic. In contrast to papa henry who famously hated anything frivolous or luxurious having a private chef at your camping trips. Yeah ron christie at your camping trips. Do we have to revisit the sixty-nine square no you don't have to get into him. Sixty nine hundred edison. But it happened one hundred percent for sure henry. Ford did sixty nine with thomas. Edison well for a more substantiate an example. Whenever henry visited edsels house edsel had to hide his fine wine collection. One want your dad to know that you had the good stuff. Do you guys have a wine collection. Not for very long. Yeah i've got a couple of wines. Why way me it was really bad. We're keeping that edsel believe that the ford motor company needed to look towards the future but his father was increasingly obsessed with the past for instance. Anyone who mentioned decommissioning. The model t was fired. Why would you even think about doing that if you're like yeah well at. This point is pretty old car although their relationship was what we might call today. Toxic henry ford still taught us on how to run the company. Henry ford started the ford motor company in nineteen. Oh three and in one thousand nine hundred henry step down and name president of the company

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The Future of Digital in Automotive

Talking Automotive

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

The Future of Digital in Automotive

"Semiotics. It's great to have you on the show this morning. Yanic you've been in in the digital space for a long time. Four years with to mazda spent nine years with tdk and a further three years with madeira. Us live sleep and dream the whole digital spice your entrepreneur. You'd beat in this digital special. Long time greg me afa pronounce some of the names incorrectly. But you being a co founder of two intelligent building hardware and software company and you for nearly eight years. You've been a partner with full gear. We've enable twelve years and he's currently with him at at the moment so it's a called an identity software. you've also the founder madeira. Which you've been running for nearly nineteen years a customer experience digital me for the automotive industry so long time in the market i think the digital background one hundred percent and size really great to have you onboard and that we really looking forward to talking to you this morning and quits for hunting us. Yeah thank you. John and good morning from sunny. Estonia nah gentleman. I'm going to ask some questions listeners. Just to get them familiar with the background of estonia. Why are we interviewing some automotive digital guys from estonia if you could help us that place just with some background on. Where is estonia at. And why is this tiny at the forefront of digital and also any government support in helping businesses in the digital space in the first question We are located. We north most states. We are fifty miles from From finland across the sea and we ordering with the russian federation

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Seasonal Skin Care with Britta

Keeping it Re.al

02:19 min | Last month

Seasonal Skin Care with Britta

"Today we're joined by rees. Jones therapist britta. We have savage winter. Coming our way especially us melburnians. So britta's coming to give us the lowdown on how to prep housekeeping for those icy winds and long nights with red wine. Hey how you doing good. Thanks kate how are you. I'm good. I think so making the really long journey in. Thanks for having me. I'm sorry as we know we're going to the cool amounts where all starting to feel especially here in mobile we know what kind of savage harsh winters are waiting us. I know that when we kind of go into these cool amounts be change. How we eat what we drink how he sleep. It is a big transition for our bodies. Is it the same for our skin. Definitely definitely one hundred percent right with that. So as we kind of update out. Skin-care m i'm gonna use you as a of my own personal to do list And just make sure that. I'm doing things right with carriage so with things like retinal when i've used them typically in the summer my skin has been like hypersensitive to the sun. Is that something that i should be using more in the uinta yet. Definitely you can use it all year round. Bet at ease afford sensitize. Sorry obviously for a summer. There's going to be a higher you exposure right so you need to make sure that you using spf but even in winter we still have our uv a uva base. You need to make sure. He keeps his Skin protected when you're using your vitamin a vitamin a. Has lots of different names and lots of different forms. Sorry sometimes you just need to make sure you're using the riots vitamin few. And how do you know. What's the right vitamin av Sorry basically Tricky question basically With vitamin a. We have things like retinal retinol to hide. And the least basically just keeps going Some more designed for acne skins and some more designed for aging The one that we have at ray is retinal which i really love to really good combination Vitamin a. so it suitable all year round. But you just wanna make sure during the day using your spf and keeping skin still protected

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the memory palace

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"one hundred percent" Discussed on the memory palace

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the memory palace

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"one hundred percent" Discussed on the memory palace

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"one hundred percent" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred percent" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Sorry to hear that Mike and I just felt my cigarette. Cigarette boats don't involve actual tobacco no better cigarettes and this'll be great. You know 'cause I go off on my own of the the will of woman slope by most ridiculous thing I've ever heard from you. Mike I okay okay. I'M GONNA let go. I'm just GonNa let it go my. Why are you calling? I was caught a Pacu. What does not know? What other fucking bill. You know what I WANNA put up with her. She's gone now. Hey Mike Mike we have. We have standards on this show. And if you'RE GONNA call my friend. Paula poundstone that word. You'd might as well get off the phone. I'll go back that way. Got after it. Wasn't I apologize for Mike Paula? He does that almost every week. Now then he loves you. He just he is your does. He is followers. You know if you were to call a meeting. Even though we're not supposed to gather in groups Mike would come. Yeah he would. I wouldn't invite him now. Coming up Erma bombeck wrote. I haven't trusted poll since I read that. Sixty two percent of women had affairs during their lunch hour. I've never met a woman in my life. Who WOULD GIVE UP LUNCH FOR SEX Gallup polling editor in chief Mohammed? Yunus is here to talk about why we should trust poles. That's when we return on. Nobody listens to Bala poundstone. Were well we all shop online a lot especially these days in my. Right Paula. Poundstone WE DO. Yes but did you know that you can make online shopping even better well? That seems impossible. Well you can and you can do it with honey. Honey is the free online shopping tool that saves you money. Online honey automatically finds the best promo codes and applies them to your cart. No matter where your shopping which makes online shopping. Finally feel as easy as it's supposed to be. Wow so here's how it works. You guys imagine you're shopping. On one of your favorite sites target best buy Sephora Maisy Bay Oetzi Walmart et Cetera. When you check out this little box drops down and all you have to do is click apply coupons. Wait a few seconds for it to scan every Promo Code on the Internet and watch the prices drop now our own my manager. Bonnie Burns captain. Crinkle has your you. She told us about honey to begin with she loves it. Bunny what else have you bought with? Honey yes Paul. Why are you laughing because I tend to when you guys go something like you'd go our manager? Let me start all over again okay. No that was good though the great. Yes Paula I know. I tend to sound phony when you throw me a line like that but we live. Us honey now. Guess what? I was just shopping for what we're GONNA. We're not guessing guessing. Take a guess. A small pencils. No you're on okay. I was going to go with a companion. Who will listen okay? I was just shopping for a landline phone. Because we don't have good Internet service up here and I looked all over Amazon. Best buy target. I even did Costco and Walmart. And every time the little honey thing came down and showed me what kind of discount could be applied. And that's how I saved four dollars and seventeen cents on the phone we bought. That's fantastic rats terrific. You finally bought it from Oetzi and it's actually a crocheted phone that's fantastic. Yeah not not a smart but you didn't pay full price for it so that is fantastic. Yeah because of honey I never pay full price for anything that sounded like you were reading. Well that might be a little bit of an exaggeration but spots right. This is a great time to stop talking. Bonnie Hey did you know that honey supports over thirty thousand stores online? No thirty thousand. Even Bonnie could jump at that many stores online and adding more every day. Not using honey is literally passing up. Free money. Who can afford to do that now. It's free to use an installs in just a few seconds. Plus it's backed by pay pal. You know it's good. Get honey for free at join honey dot com slash Paula. That's join honey dot com slash. Pala don't make Captain Krankl. The smartest person in the row river rolling around on this day an unremarkable history. Henry Ford said. You had one job. Thank you huseband Jim. Ross thank you Jim. Well do you feel like in a way? You've been reunited with Jim. I do and you know what apparently despite me telling him not to practice. He kept practicing because that sounded great. Thank you very much actually professionally. He's called James. Ross Master Gyms Ross. Should we have been calling James? Ross I can't okay then I won't either L. Let's move on deal trust and I'm going to be very specific here. President trump's approval rating no. It seems implausible. Why is that? I don't know because because he did stuff like kept saying that the the the whole virus was a hoax. And I mean that alone if you if you took every other bad thing the guy is done and there's plenty but if you if you took everything off the table and you oh wait a minute is squeaking tonight get your ear it. Oh yes we could Jenner. Stop Second I don't think there's any reason to get her to Stop Paula. We we've gotten this far without being professional. I I think you're right. She'll give it up soon. What she anyways you took everything else off the board that he had done and you have. I. I'm GonNa Make No. I think I think the if anything the squeaky toy is addict your political analysis. I think I'm smacking. Doug is what makes her quarantine show so so charming Muhammad. She always did this even in the studio. That's so funny. Yeah it was probably going to get around to introducing Muhammed Right now. Right no way wait. I'm letting the dog. Oh Yeah. She's using squeaky toy. Unfortunately okay okay. I'm coming I'm coming back your point Paula. You're saying that you you. You don't understand how trump's approval ratings could be hovering around forty five percent when in fact he's messing up he's messed up not a little but a lot you know we could have been more prepared We could have been battling this earlier on this war that we're in with this virus we could have gotten a lead on it and therefore now. I don't believe any of these calls. It makes no sense to me. Well I think it could be any number of reasons for For trump trump's approval rating. Right now and I've got my own theories but we have somebody here. Who can actually shed more light on it event even I can on the phone with us. Follows is an authority on polling Mohammed. Yunus is editor in chief of Gallup polling. For the past ten years he led some of Gallup's largest global and regional studies on social political and economic issues is also the host of the gala podcast please welcome Mohammed Yunus. Hey you guys how are you? Oh we are great. Welcome is is this isolation thing is crazy for you guys. It's been for me. Oh Yeah How many people do you have in your household vomit? We're supposed to only have three but most days feels like we have fifteen seven employees Are kind of everywhere once. Yeah that's absolutely Mohammed that that's what's happening with the polling.

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"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Couple movies that are coming out that I think are worth just pronounced kidding about the vendor series and game is going to go down. I think people will see that movie. Oh, hell. Yeah. That's my big prediction. I also think lion. King can be the year of the live action Lion King. I think Toy Story four feels unnecessary and be as good, and I don't think it'll bomb, but I don't think it will do amazing Allen. I dunno why? Because Tim, Allen's out here like, you know, really getting pop in for like all right in middle America. So maybe they'll go see it. I will fully be pushing small children out of the way to that. Linking live action. Producers that blanking will put the smash on a lot of record box office record. I it's going to be a whole of it because it's odd. It really is energizing multiple generations in a way that is not is not like Star Wars where that was already sort of sci-fi niche kind not that it's Nisha, but like Lion King. You know, it touched everybody episode nine comes out from Star Wars. And I think it won't do as well as a episodes seven and eight I think it'll well this is gradually gone less. And less, right. Because we're like has. That's why even Lucasfilm was like, okay. I think people are getting Star Wars fatigue. Yeah. And they weren't when he sold it. But they are now. Well, yeah, they were doing a lot. They're doing a lot. But I think I'm so nine we'll be good. Yeah. I think episode of nine we'll be good. And it just won't do quite as well as the other one, right? I think twice soy four will be trash also because kids don't have toys. Like when does that? So you're telling me my life when I leave the room like they're going to have to really like updating the cowboy oh, weird like cloth body. I haven't seen a little baby with a toy car. And I don't know how many years old they're still around are. They maybe from a parent from babies, but then once you get to the age where like so right now, I just don't let my kids have screens, and that's kind of the general recommendation. So it's all toys, but once they're able to get screens just over a sound like a good dad, Jack like, I don't know if everybody's asking parenting their kids that will man I've seen people all the time who they just they got their kid with their mouth of God bay just slack jawed at a screen this baby talk, and you're just like. Yeah. I see a lot like, you know, but I get I get also to like if when you're busy it's easy to be like you'll vibe out on this thing because I need a second. But I also see like I've also seen parents try and take an ipad, and you can tell like someone addict the addiction loop has formed or something like. Like, oh, my babies got Instagram have y'all baby spot. Follow me on the ground. Oh, my base. Well, that's the way, you know, like how fan base that are very young. So as you get older. This fan. You got that demo. We'll Lisa thank you so much for joining us where can people find you and follow you in two thousand nineteen eighty two thousand nine hundred heavier babies and your dogs. Follow me at sea. Filet CD L A C? Yeah. Twitter Instagram at miles of find me on Twitter, Jack under four O'Brien super producer on Hosea, Anna. I'm actually you know, what follow me because in the new year. My new brand is comfortable couches. So I will only be posting photos. Come. At comfy couch. Producer, Nick, stump where they find you. Okay. All right. Perfect. Thank you and through I respect. That's going to do it for today. We will be back.

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"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Is going to be like, this it this is nothing they have nothing. And then it's gonna they're like, it's just basically the Steele dossier confirmed. Right. Which is really what we're seeing why ills single bit by bit. But I guess it's really it's about whether what the reaction will be from congress and other politicians like will they finally separate. Well, they begin to separate. I think we'll see some people bail on Trump on the right because you can only lie to yourself. So. Much you can only act stupa so long 'til you start looking stupid. Right. But isn't there safety in numbers though? I feel like if there's going to be a bail out is going to be everybody dipping at once. Yeah. Well, I mean, I think one version has been all the people who retired at last year who didn't want to go through terms who bailed that way. Yeah. But I feel like there will people who will be in office who may have to begin being like I can't be near this. But again, I think that that could be a product of things mounting one thing. I do think with mother though, is I think we'll start to see a lot more exposure to what is happening with people in the Middle East and the influence they have with Trump to because that's the thing that was also in the steel dossier of understanding like the relationship of Qatar and the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, and like how they were still having meetings, and should so I think that we're like wolves the Russia thing will turn the page, and we're like and onto the next group of people who have them in a vice grip, right? People will start listening to ethnically and big it within the new year. Exactly. Yeah. That's my prediction in me out ethnic. Ethnically? I'm big US is the new Joe Rogan podcast. Could you imagine? We we all of a sudden just have Have you you ever ever tried? tried Middle Eastern DM to you? Musk is like, what is what is this a blood? Just has she's my man. We wouldn't you on doing in twenty nineteen. I hope he just moves to the moon. He's in getting some kind of weird shit. I feel like I feel like there's going to be one of the things I had on. My thing was private space death from sort of private like, vases, Astor disaster. Like he tries to take the test led to the moon. Does our in that car? You're like is lunch me there did like it doesn't work. Like, no Eli. Stop get out. If I give me space just commute spacesuit there..

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"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"It's no under the show won the Golden Globe for best comedy and best actor for Andy Sandberg, also won two Emmys, critics call Brooklyn nine nine the s yes, we know you're a fool if you don't watch. I'm just insecure about my own pencil gay insecure about that Spanish, pronunciation Altair. Okay. So any great reasons to make sure catch the premiere of Brooklyn nine nine Thursday January tenth. On NBC. And we're back, and I I guess we shouldn't really call these predictions since they're their guarantees. I mean, these all these things are definitely going to haggis was taken into. If figures is taking action on these things go right now and just just fill the void empty your Bank account because these are fucking gold. New gates that you can nougat gold new kid not gold actual code golden, head just nougat. That's gold coloured. I think Jaden Smith and Tyler the creator become couple goals. Oh, okay. Yeah. You've heard of them like kind of like that's my boyfriend. That's why I think they become a hip hop. Come. Okay. Like, I think it'll be actual romantic couple. I don't wear that. They're just going to be like this like bromance? Just bromance? It's just like very late and very fashionable and like kind of not of this world. Wow. 'cause this juice like, he's got the wheel juice. He's got the Wilson his whole life has vibration. So I feel like he can do the funky wants. We're all gonna to cash Jaden shore, your dreadlocks in your hand as stressor, right? Yeah. That's your bag. We're I believe it. I see the bag. So I see him and Tyler like the fashion line couple ICU. Splitting up Malania Donald Trump. Oh, I think it I think the the investigations and things are gonna get so unbearable. That's that. She's gonna piece out that she will have to pull the object lever, even though she's contractually forbidden from doing this. You can't do that. So I think she'll figure out a way I think like anything if you don't know Malania say the stone cold one that he does he's she's weathered a colder winter than Donald Trump. She does. But she strikes me as someone who wasn't built to act like this all the time. Like, I think she's adapted. But I don't think deep down. This is anything she wants she ever wanted. And I think she seems like someone who's puts themselves. I enough to be like you. I don't have fucking time for this anymore. Yeah. I think, but I think that it might be some like B six thirteen to like she can't leave like oh. Ever since I started watching scandal. I've been woke to the government and they tricks. Okay. So I tell you that we're going to see her wearing a coat that says, I can't leave right? Can you can you help me help me please this number help scandal collection czars? Just now make you help jackets like are you in a relationship? Oh, no. That could get dark, but. Yeah, malania. I don't see her being able to leave either she really wants to. But I don't know she going to be able to I think. Yeah. Just with hearing her like just her comments or is the end of the year of just sort of like she's like angry about the situation. She's not talking from a place like maniacal calm like I would expect somebody who's going to be able to fully endure there's a lot of anger about the whole situation. So, you know, who knows if she's a anybody who's in the room with him more than fifteen minutes is going to hear some wild. Right. You really think she listened? She seems like someone who tunes everything out. Yeah. Like have you ever seen her face? She does not know what goes out one clip her meeting Putin and right after they shake hands like her is like reset and she liked gives his death stir. It's wacky. I like your statement that she's weathered colder win. Than don't. She's like, I'm not noted this come on. Now. I I also think that this is not on the Donald Trump trying..

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"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Indra back. And yeah, it was just looking at a list of eight companies that might disappear this year. And a lot of these makes sense gopro is the first one. Go pros, Jake IPO, and everyone was like this is the future of content, and they have been struggling a container store is not doing. Well. Yeah. That might go away. Remington? This brings me to Remington like declared, bankruptcy firearms. Yeah. The firearms company, and I think the NRA is going to have a lot of heat until they are already bleeding out. But I think an RA is going to get it. David Hogg tweeted at Dana Loesch thoughts and prayers with. Tina as my brand of petty. Shout out to him doesn't prayers. I think the fit might have been murdered by the latest iteration. The apple watch. Oh, really? Charge it to my fit bit. It's over. It's quiet for them. Do you know your iphone now? We'll counts your steps. You can have just an app this lag. Hey, grow. We know. You lose your iphone like damn I think fitted is going the way of those GPS like individual testing Thurman. I should've been things that got eaten by. I found is really just I heard concealing banned. Yeah. Yeah. Have you guys ever heard of winn-dixie the grocery store, Texas? Yes. So Winn Dixie BI lo Harveys, and Frisco moss are all owned by the same company southeastern grocers. They said they're probably going down because it's a business that totally relies on scale and Kroger and Amazon both have it and southeastern grocers doesn't know is small. They're small time grocers. Yeah. You can't be a time gross bad times to be a small time grocer. And then Sears, which has been a long and slow death. Shoutout to Sears. I was in savannah at one of those Sears massive shutdowns. Maybe knows what. Good and we're talking about eighty five ninety percent off fine jewelry. Honey,.

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"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Like, there's these like kind of asshole promoters who like look at you. And if you're like, it's all women, they look to you. And they're like, okay, we're not beautiful enough. You can't come. And they are like the women or guys guys. We're looking at women got it. And they're like so mean, they're like, you're. Ugly. You can't come. You can come not your friend like it's grazie. But he does try to make sure that they're like adult, but those get ratchet because it usually end up with like a lot of bitches fighting this stuff because there's no men there. You know, everyone's trying to get up to see if he's even there. It's like we're, but I hope that Drake can hold it together because he really took a hit with that whole hidden sun thing, and we already knew about his son like before the push not beef. We fully knew he had a son. We we seen the Instagram like he really took. He took a creepy hit with Millie. Bobby brown's. So I just hope he stays away from the little cheering unless the prediction. I think Kevin Hart is going to get caught. She his wife again. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Bush she gonna stay. So it's not going to be a lot of news. I predict that Cardi B. We'll get back offset. Absolutely for shots. I think that they have hood love definitely love each other. Love love is like your main is gonna cheat. All you well up until you're like late fifties. You know what I mean like when his dick stops getting hard. Then he will be faithful to you find God. Right. They he'll find guy and star wearing you know, Steve Harvey, suits. You know smoke is the guys talking to these young books. But they're fully going to keep doing this. He's going to buy a wrapped car, you know, with diamonds on it and shit. She'll take him back. She'll get on Instagram ABI li- little bad. We don't do she baby. Mom. And that's fine. All right. We're going to take a quick break. And we'll be back with some companies that might die in two thousand nineteen..

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"one hundred percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:42 min | 2 years ago

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"I mean, again, these are just takes completely fell apart. But I could also see him really China like he'll he's him to do like that. Like have that moment on New Year's and be like, you know, dude, I'm gonna fuck and get it together. Man. Right. Fucking getting it back to and those the year. John Papa PA papa's got a brand new back. Fuck I gotta work on that. But aren't getting what's in my thing? And as we all know those cocaine fueled New Year's resolutions, always turn out. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So he's probably got this. Johnny depp. Also, not looking great. So. Let's keep an okay. Pin is been out of code red. Is he had a cold blue? Do think Minneapolis is gonna be okay. Yeah. He'll cut to full head of aging, so terribly. And he's like God. He had done a tragic bungee jumping accent. I feel like Ben Affleck has people around him. He does he has enough people to shuttle him back. Totally take him to Jack. Johnny Depp for that that profile of him. Yeah. We are like weird mansion shit. You got to die where you're by yourself. That's exactly how you die. When you don't have people just hanging around to like, check, your pulse. Every few hours. He's around people who are paid to be around him like his bodyguards, and like his staff management and shit. Like that they'll kick him every now, and then make sure you still, you know, right? But those people, you know, when they don't have love as their primary motivation. It's just not a it's not a healthy place to be chicks though. I mean, if you if you boss that breathing that's the check. Keep the bed alive. So my fiction as he becomes a cat lady asking and so many cats, and then also he's becomes like a cat guy. Who's like saving all these cats, and he can't stop and they're like, yeah. He made a cast sanctuary in his backyard. And then he's just covered in cats. I also think there's an it might not be this year. But I think Drake might end up being problematic in somewhere. Because he'd been treating all those kids. Yeah. He has been talking to a lot of kids. I'm like come on. Now, drake. You see what happened are Kelly now that the basement come out right now. But listen when you go to Jake's house, though, they do make sure you're over twenty one. I will say that do the or over eighteen at least the yeah Twitter. Like when you go to Jake's house and Calabasas for like a party or something. I don't go anywhere. They're very ratchet. But I don't go anymore. But you go to this parking lot of like toys, R us or whatever. Oh shit. Yes. But it's a one. Now why though that's not why babies R Us just happened to be the parking lot that this happened. Oh, they pick you up from a parking lot. Well, I think that's processing center, basically for people who enter it. This is actually land episode is based on a real that Alanna episode is so accurate because then I was watching it. I was like, oh, my God someone who went to Drake's houses in this writer's room and knows this so specific because you go to this abandoned parking lot this time, it was a toys R us was abandoned parking. Because there. Yeah. But at the time, they weren't out of business. You get processed, basically. So you fill out this like India and this paperwork, you show your ID. They make sure you're fucking them. I guess NDA's. What happens in the house? Yeah. Yeah. So then you get like so you don't just get on the bus. So you could have heard about the party, but she don't just get to get on one of the shuttle's to go to hidden hills..

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04:19 min | 2 years ago

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"And I like there were saying that we we we tend to think that like the more stress you put yourself under the earlier you die. But a lot of times. It's the more you work. The more engaged you are and get thrown to live. You have a reason to live like you just keep going, basically. And I feel like someone like Trump is just constantly, you know, he eats conflict for breakfast. And so he just shit for. Yeah. He's pieces of shit like us for breakfast. Yes. And he just you know, it's going to be hard to get that ticker to stop. Yeah. Okay. So I don't know, man. And it what do you got? This year. I think potentially a waste are we waiting on this. No, we can start hop right into debt. Okay. Thinking maybe Alex Jones might go from loneliness go pass away just not being able to from loneliness too deadly. But you mean like he might just die from a broken heart or just like 'cause no one's fighting with him. And he doesn't have any like platforms him against McGuinness. We're way look like they're about to put out HUD, single. I think Guinness might also a ride of some sort because he is really fucking around out here. So you think so some death on the on the railway went to be some alt-right leaders who who they have Have no no reason reason. faith reason to live rather. Yeah. And then that would be really bad if they did. Because then I feel like, you know, you get these conspiracies, and you get their followers rising up. Right. And maybe those conspiracies are true. Okay. Wow. It for yourself. I news predicting this. Maybe what who else you got going under? I have Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter, but we could see Jimmy glad years ago. I know you do say that. But he, you know, he's looking he's probably the most, you know, he look Steelers delicate. Oh when people talk about you. They're not already right? Right. Those are goals. Don't let me that old. I'm gonna throw a Betty white didn't here. But not because I think she's going to die. Not because I think he's gonna die long section because I wanna make her stronger. I was on I I need need her. her to live in spite of this prediction, right? I'm gonna go with Keith Richards because he just quit drinking, and I feel like she has been sustained by a delicate balance of like cocaine and alcohol and women equilibrium and young women. And now it's going to throw the balance off. Well, you know, it's gonna be he's gonna be living. Good for a little while just like win. Dave Chapelle killed Rick James. You know what I mean? And there will be that's what happened. Manati? Yeah. So there will be some lull. And then eventually he'll start trying to party like you used to. And that's what's gonna get him. Oh, right. I think Cosby or Jared one of our soldiers. Yeah. Jerry Fogel, one of our sex offenders whose imprison because they are not popular there. Yeah. Why think Cosby my I don't know he's old? So I could see that Jared's been he's been rocking. Bill Cosby petty, though, people don't like to just die. You know what I mean? Like, I see I see Bill trying to ride out his sentence. Like all get out. I could be two hundred eighty. Yeah. Novels. I'll get out. What are you trying to say? Oh, I can't live to eighty okay? Just cross his arms. And so we like makes an appeal. I don't know. He's got a lot of money and a lot of time in there. I don't know if it's over for all Billy. All right. I was wrong. I guess he's not going to die. About Papa John. How Papa John company has died. But or. He always looks like he's just taking very bad care of himself that he subsists off a diet of bourbon and cocaine, and I have heard that that's true from people who know him so die prominent double density, the opposite. John Schneider will emerge from the ashes like a Phoenix right in. Reclaim his throne. As Papa oh, really? I have. Well. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I'm going to say. Okay. I have a feeling he's going to do really really extreme job of trying to rehabilitate his image to try and come back, but it's going to fail. But I feel like I don't know. Because I think he's I don't know..

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04:49 min | 2 years ago

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"We'll be imprisoned. You know, one of the two won't be president. 'cause now you feel like that's because we're finally getting there that it'll be too much. I don't know. I'm hopeful. We'll come on. You know, we got a double down. I got I have some that'll probably have the secret service knocking on my door. Okay. Yeah. I mean, I do think that he's becoming more and more unhinged. We now know that part of his being unhinged is Adderall fueled. And he's been doing it for like twenty years now. So I think he's probably that's not sustainable. Now's lack of sleep. And you know, snorting of Adderall is problematic for one sanity. Yeah. So the this, you know, all the stuff we're like man, this guy is really losing it starting to I don't know come together. And then also the pressure of, you know, just listen to the people around him the people around him are like the he's not built for this even Nixon was completely. Early guarded by an armada of lawyers and Trump is under lawyer. He does not have good representation who as the president of the United States. I think one of them actually might be was his name. Larry h Parker. Who is that? Larry X Parker. Got me two point one. Guy, and he would like had like the little phone. He's like, I'm Larry Parker. And I'll fight for you symbols. Like all the TV lawyer has got to Kobe. Myers park. Jacob been Ronnie. Yes here in LA Cellino in Barnes. This is super team bending images calls everyone on television. I'm predicting this. I guess it's kind of political is about Trump like I'm predicting more senior moments from trout, I think his brain is really just going left, and I'm predicting more moments where he doesn't remember Melania's behind him. And maybe he pays on himself this year. You know what I mean with Ellen? Yeah, they try to blame it on. The rain is pit like a full on senior moment. Like, oh, it just rained on your dick. Yeah. Right. Not the same people with incontinence. But these are just predictions. Also, I think along sort of what you're thinking, Jack. I think he'll have some kind of medical issue that he may use to rationalize or justify resigning. Oh, yeah. So you can have like a heroes out. He's like NAMA. You know, the doctor said like I'm not very this right now. So I'm gonna have to have my handed over. Yeah. But he's so just focused on always being the strongest that I wonder like can he admit to himself that he's not invincible? I think he knows. He's like I'm going to say this to save my ass or something like that. I don't know. But then he might face an indictment either way. I don't know again, these are just wild takes. Yes. But I think I just feel it just mathematically with what we know about his diet and things like at at some point. We will see that. He is not in good health. I don't maybe people. Along though old they sustain they sustain. I've got one evil as aunt who like hit my grandmother over the head with a hammer like this. She is still alive. She has to be in her nineties going strong. Don't you talk to her? Yes. My goodness. Trump. My live might have those McCain years, then became mom is still alive. It twenty nineteen. Yeah. Yeah. She is. She is. That's my prediction. She got at twenty twenty. Got another year. Let there you go. We do have a deaths section that we want to cover. Okay. Tighten. But McCain's mom would not be the hottest of takes. I guess. I don't think she's going to die. I'm saying she's going to live through. Oh, yes. Okay. Yes. I mean have we what was the last president? We had who died in office that wasn't like an assassination was that like McKinley or some shit the guy who seated the office to teddy Roosevelt. I think that that was like the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds. So like, but but I do I do think we'll FDR. Oh, right. But yeah, Jimmy Carter. He kinda died. You know? Shane Warne tje, Warren Harding. He died. William Henry Harrison Zachary Taylor of the presents who died in office. Okay. And then assassinations are Lincoln Garfield McKinley and Kennedy. Realize girls? You like wait what happened to him? With some bed, which Kennedy. Jamie Kennedy from MTV who's now FOX like I read this study about how people who retire early end up dying earlier..

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02:44 min | 2 years ago

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"One of TV's best comedies where you there for that. I think so. Well, so many great reason to make sure to catch the premiere of Brooklyn nine nine Thursday January tenth on NBC. Hello the internet. And welcome to this special episode of these I? Okay. This is our special two thousand nineteen predictions. Yeah. We're two thousand nineteen so we should start predicting the future for this year. The future of this fear, and my name's Jackie O'Brien. And I'm thrilled to be joined as always by Kovac O'Brien. Great. Yes. Thank you so much for having that you and we are thrilled to be joined in air thirds five. One of the face is on Mount Zion more keys lacy Moseley. Hey, let's. We we kind of had this idea for the show with you feel like you were going to have some files prognostications that will also be correct, right? Yeah. So what tell people what this episode? So we're we're just making wild predictions about two thousand nineteen while we think's going to happen this year based on the two days that have happened so far. Yes. Yes. So nothing that's enough to give us an idea. Yeah. I think we I think we get it. Okay. Two thousand nineteen we get we're going to be joined by super producer, Nick, stuff and soups produce on Hosea. Also because they have some predictions for the year ahead of us. But guys, let's get right into it miles. What is one of your predictions? This. Title nineteen Garrett. This is a political one. Uh-huh. Trump will call Nancy Pelosi a T C H or see you next Thursday. Oh shit. Like, there will be a thing about him saying that out loud in front of people, and it's going to be like Trump calls Pelosi on the unthinkable in unhinged. High rate in Oval Office because we already saw when they when he got Jedi mind trick by Nancy and Chuck in the Oval Office at the end of last year. What will what they can expect this year with you know, the the Democrats in power. So I feel like yes that will be something. We're gonna see there's gonna be. I mean, I think numerous showdowns Nancy Pelosi, but based on his relationship with women, I feel like this is almost a no-brainer. I'm going to see your Trump prediction and raise you this. Trump will not be president by the end of two thousand nineteen. He will be Lord emperor who ruled by..

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04:12 min | 2 years ago

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"I hope it has enduring impact in a different way. Well, it certainly left liberals being interested in the courts will be fine, but I really hope this keeps people fired up about electoral politics like we can't rely on the supreme court to be the one arm of government that does are bidding whether liberal or conservative, you need vibrant electoral democracy. You need legislatures acting, and I really hope that at the state level at the local level, the city level and at the at the federal level that people are engaged about that issue and and and use those institutions to move forward. Because I think those are the institutions that were designed to respond to the popular will. The courts are very going to be very hard to move its acting in by voting and by being incredibly active citizens and pushing for for legislation that you want. That's gonna make. Biggest difference. The court is has become by bec- because the other two institutions of government, the other two arms of government have withered. So when are so so bad and how they carry out their business it, the court has become overly powerful into having Democrats pick recognize electoral politics matter and vote and vote and vote in vote. That seems to me, I hope is an outcome of this, although I think what you're saying it makes great sense. But the danger is that they ties to presidential election. We saw it with President Trump where people had all kinds of reservations about him, but said, well, he's going to name the springboard Justice now, name too, so that that is more important than any other possible issue insurance. The presidency answer, basically a job where you do one thing for certain voters, which I think it's your your point Dante democratic in terms of having a robust system with all of its component parts that respond to different speeds in different ways to the will of. I guess I just wanna add one. More dope for we leave behind the this particular narrative, which is just that it's Kevin confirm than Christine. Blocking Ford is going to have turned her life completely upside down. You know, from a lot from my sense of her today in a lot of ways like changed it revocable in a way that is not what she wanted all and it will be for not. I mean, that is not her fault. It is not her shame. It's the countries, but I, I'm gonna find that just really, really hard, but it's not for not me. I mean, she did her duty as a citizen. She did her duty as somebody who's who's victim and she will be a, she may not have wanted it, but it was, you know, sometimes responsibility falls on you and you have to act and she acted in the honorable right way. And she will be, I think, rightly praised certainly on the left for the next generation for having done that. And while that may not be the same satisfaction as having actually stock. Opt Kevin o. from becoming a Justice. If he's not stopped from becoming a Justice, it does not in any way negate or or or diminish what she did and she and nor to diminish the impact that this may have on people in the same way that Anita hill failed to stop the Clarence Thomas for being confirmed as the spring court Justice but changed America. And I think it's possible that Ford will change American ways that we can't measure yet and not in the way that she hoped to change it. But in some other way that that it's hard for us to know. But she moved to people. She was credible. She was important and she spoke truth to power, and that's all you can ask someone to do. Hope you're right and Anita hill did say the other day that she does not regret having come forward, and I hope that will be true for Blasi for it as well. I just feel like she is not a person who wanted this notoriety. She wanted to be a professional. She wanted to be she wanted to life. She had it sounds like she had a good life and now she is world famous for one terrible thing that happened her what she was fifteen, and it's going to be just really hard. I think maybe I'm over identifying with her, but I just really feel for her. So let's leave it. There were taping on Thursday evening. Looks like there's going to be a vote in the judiciary committee on Friday as as we tape. That's the plan..

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04:45 min | 2 years ago

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"If that happens, do you guys think that that will be an electoral catastrophe for Republicans? Do you think this is a thing which would cause Democrats to come out and and be just absolutely outrageous turn out even more than they would or do you think as I think is possible that this this whole episode is going to really motivate a lot of Republicans to come out and vote who maybe weren't even planning to, regardless of whether he gets confirmed, I think even confirmed they will come out and vote or maybe it won't matter at all. I think he should firms. I think that re- that democratic women women in general, who we've been I heard from today who just broke into tears at line because of the way is connected to their own frustration in not being heard and listened to in various ways about their own sexual assaults or very close to it. I think that if this gets framed in a confirmation as Republicans not listening to women. Then this becomes a motivational motivation for the lose. If you believe politics is if people are animated by grievance, Republicans will have gotten what they wanted, which is the confirmation of of having and and a control of court. That won't be a reason to turn out, but, but he's confirmed those who didn't want to happen. We'll be we'll be angry and watch it. Now, Emily, what do you think will happen with the court? If Cavanaugh is on John Roberts is so concerned with the court's legitimacy and the the notion that Cavanaugh would be joining that court having pass through on the narrowest of margins in the most contentious. If ways with so much question about his own credibility, his truthfulness and the possibility he is actually a sex criminal. What will the court be like? It's so bizarre to me that someone who made that incredibly emotional reason tation. Well, then put on a black role. And you know March along as court Justice, but that's what will happen. I mean, we saw it happen with Clarence Thomas. Once you're in your chambers, people call you Mr Justice or whatever it is. People calls report justices. There will be complaints galore from critics of the conservative wing of the court when they make any five to four rulings, conservative versus liberals involving issues that relate to women and they will do it anyway because they will have the power to do it. That's what will happen. I can't believe that John Roberts is going to stay his hand in any significant way because you know now breath Cavanaugh has the same kind of, you know, cloud hanging over him that Clarence Thomas to join. You're really good on history on perspective. Do you feel like this cabinet episode regardless of how it turns out is going to be poisoned in the soil of American politics for generations to come. Or do you think it will be forgotten in a way that. These things you know that that once seemed Douglas Ginsburg wants him important a for just one seem important. And now no one cares aid for this was a kind of a special case because he turned out to have one, huge ethical issues. I think I think this plus Merrick, garland create this was Arlen plus trolls court creates on the liberal side kind of. Long term programmatic or in the legal community of the kind we've seen on the Republican side, you know, going back to the Warren court. I mean, if it's if you believe that Republicans have always cared more about the supreme court is voting issue and Democrats and have turned that into a systematic structural protein for trying to reverse the leftward move the port. I think that happens on the. I think that I think the same thing starts to happen more already happening, but but happens on the left. And I think because it has this gender aspect and this and it's not just gender, it's not just like women's issues. The conversations I've had here including now with my wife who was outed herself in her own here is experiencing with an assault. You cannot get any any hotter and to the core. Or of someone's identity and rage than this, and whether you personally experienced it for or come close to it. It's about the strongest feeling you can get get to. So I think it will have enduring of an enduring impact..

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04:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Create IPE indelible, but not necessarily broad memories and then regular people in their memories. It just doesn't that may and the campus yet John to that end. I thought the most astonishing moment in Dr Ford's testimony was that description of the laughter the uproarious laughter between the two, that kind of thing, which would stick. It would just like remain in the memory was so strong because it you, you can just, you can just feel how she felt that moment in and that these this particular detail with stay with you and would be so hard to shake and so sticky in your brain. It was that that was the most powerful moment of the day for me. One of the things Deborah Ramirez said, which was that cavenaugh when he like pulled his pants down, exposed himself, laughed at her, which is, of course completely at odds with the image. He's tried to make paint himself as being this, you know, sensitive advocate of women. There's only one of the most motive for line really unless you'd think that Dr Ford has a long is a long game where she's just been waiting to bring him down. And this moment the play, which I think is preposterous only only he has a motive to lie about it. She does not really. She's not make any money, it's not gonna. It's ruined her life. It's an isolated or light. So that's one big issue. And the other thing that I thought was so telling about the afternoon is that actually the Republicans did not at all engage with Dr Blasi Ford's testimony they it was as though she hadn't even been there, they didn't press him on anything that g mentioned. They just allowed him the conversation in the afternoon from Republicans perspective. Just Kavanagh's on our protecting his honor. He. He was speaking righteously for himself and he'd been characters as needed by democratic plot. There was no sort of substantive engagement with the actual allegations that she made in her incredibly persuasive testimony to that effect. That seems that seems to me maybe because I'm totally wrong. But that seems obvious to me because if you gauge with her testimony as we've seen throughout the week, leading up to this gauge by a male set Republican Senator is very easily characterized as doubting whether this ever happens with women in general, what? What? What? What standing up for his character allows them to say she was telling I found her credible, but then shifts the nature of the question to his carry his. Characters has nation his being dragged through this process. I think if they engaged with with Dr ward too much, they risked running into for lack of a better phrase and the need a Hillbrow. Well, that's true. But of course, the character assassination is coming about because she made this accusation and so can't right. I mean, politically speaking what you said makes total sense. But logically the beginning, it doesn't make. Just dealing with the politics, not and I am not the logic. No. I mean this and. And this is why the lack of closing argument really hurts me, which is nice for the purposes of logic, someone to take everything we'd heard from both sides and tied together with a unified field theory so that this can be, you know, understood with the narrative arc based on the fact that we're. Uncovered today. I, at this point assume that he is going to be confirmed. I think it's very likely they will be a party line vote on Friday morning where they will vote for him out of committee and that it will go to the floor. And I think there will not be enough to stop Collins and Murkowski from voting for him. I just don't think they can withstand the pressure that's going to come from the base after Kavanagh's exceptionally forceful performance and the pressure that will come from Trump on this. If that is the case, Emily, you can disagree about whether you think it's going to happen. I refuse to give up on calms Murkowski. There is just like a betrayal of women that will be unfolding if they do that. I mean, maybe they can come up with them principled way to explain it, but I don't know what it could possibly be. And so I just can't. I can't accept that yet. Although I completely see why you think it's like..

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04:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Yeah, and he was at Yale and all the drinking is totally mixed into that. Julie sweat neck. The third accusers come forward also missing. You know, the FBI investigation that did not happen that one would presumably want if this was really about finding the truth and about clearing your name. I mean, I think that was those were the questions that Cavanaugh just like danced around. It was not convincing about today, and then there's the missing Mark. Judge the the friend who would presumably back up cavenaugh, but it's so toxic because of his own drinking, which is really flagrantly on the record that he the Republicans can't let him into the room. It's only by leaving out all of those people and factors that we can narrow this down this choice. Character assassination this about character assassination that Lindsey Graham wanted to be upset. I just say one quick thing about judge that this occurred to me which is having made it sound like, well, just friend, but you know, wasn't it severally as best friend, but but. Dr forty, put them in the same room like she didn't. I mean, she obviously didn't make up one thing about testimony that was so powerful. Whatever happened. This is not who came in at the eleventh hour because she's a democratic operative. No one can create a detailed narrative that just making it up. Right? And so she put porting having on the same room like why pick those two people. I mean. Making that connection and connecting him to the guy who wrote the book about how drunk he rise, that that that isn't incredible kind of piece of information that kinda wasn't wrestled with by his response about judge in which make it all the more important to have had him there to speak for himself, right? And also the fact that that calendar, which which Cavanaugh was so indignant about an insistent about indicated there was on July first, a party at which judge and Cavanaugh, and the other people that that doctor named were had were at a party at a different place. And so there there's there's so much in her story that that speaks to truth or or or is or is kind of confirmed by other vague ancillary evidence. I mean, you know, we'll obviously never know, but but judge judges absence was extrordinary and and the way. I thought Democrats were very inefficient and ineffective at making big deal about his absence. And you know the Senate Ken force him to come testify, they chose not to because the majority wouldn't want it, but it's it's pretty amazing. The judge has been allowed to skate on this ridiculous statement that he made about the morning, David. I wonder what you think about this. I mean, I think the weakest part of Blasi Ford, not not what she presented, but just like in trying to judge this is that there isn't someone else who were members being at that party. Doesn't mean it didn't happen no reason that it would have been memorable for the other people. There was thirty six years ago, but we don't have the, you know, firsthand corroborating witness. And you know if there was like, if you're gonna try to in a principled way, say I don't think there's enough evidence here to vote against Cavanaugh. I think that's your most principles like helping hand, but didn't I assume you guys have done the same exercise. Is that I've done, which is to think back like, all right, what was I like it fifteen. I think of episodes when I was fifteen and you can think you can call to mind the things that were most amazing difficult or shocking, but almost everything else is just a mass, like it's a sort of sense memory of something that happened there. Something that happened there, but you don't. You couldn't with any accuracy CEO what happened on this date or with these people? It's only there a few very specific things that you could call to mind which were particularly traumatic or particularly exciting. And so the chances that anybody else would remember that party that event, like how anyone got there, what happened if Dr Ford never said anything about it is nil. No one would remember that. So it's not at all surprising that nobody remembers that I know about the way the brain science works, which Emily brought up, you know, a week ago, but then we had a doctor on the show explaining that, you know, when you have a moment of trauma..

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04:20 min | 2 years ago

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"For us, didn't use that as an excuse for him. He's refused to admit that that could be a possibility. And so we're left with this picture of that. He's presented himself in which you know to me his veracity is just like it's just at odds with all these other pieces of information. Yeah, the it was very defensive in and riddle about the question of drinking, and it just seems to be clear from both his friends and also the yearbook page and and his friend judge that that he was obviously more than he's letting on. The second thing is the political attack. Bring up the Clintons I think let let your Republican questioners do all that you. I thought it went. You know, when he talked about his daughter praying for Dr Ford and he talked about what this had done, his reputation, his family. I thought that was the most emotionally powerful. Why get into all the partisan stuff. Let's let the politicians do that. They're gonna do it. Why do you? Why is that helpful to your brief. Especially because then it costs doubt on how you're possibly going to be fair and impartial judge when you get to the bench and you have liberal causes and plaintiffs than Democrats in front of you just but I think he was playing for his audience was two sets of people. One was the president who he did not want the president to yank his nomination. I think he was weak and and so he was very much playing to the president. And then I think he was playing to the men on that committee in a very canny way. I thought it was an incredibly effective performance for those two audiences for the men. He he and for Trump it was his indignation, his denial, his aggressiveness about it, his aggressiveness towards the questioning with something which which we know Trump response to in the Trump respects admires and that that kind of concede territory attitude is is very Trumpian in his very sympathetic to it. And in terms of the the. The sender's himselves. I think they also saw themselves in cabinet and saw the sense like, oh my God, I could be subject to this and look at. He's standing up for his honor in the way that I would stand up for my honor. I think they were the white male Republican senators were very, very strongly identifying with him in that is exactly why they took back. The questioning midway through is like they suddenly recognize I wanna be associated with this guy. I don't need to. I don't need to protect myself any more in the way I did in the morning, but I don't wanna be on record asking any questions about this. I don't want a computer Dr buzzy for like they suddenly they realize like, you know what this guy is going places I wanna be with him. I wanna get on the side of it, and it was the basis going to like it. I totally agree. And then of course the play is that you force doesn't constantly simmer Cousy and I guess Jeff flake if he's still in play you force there. Hands. You make them vote for you because the other forty eight centers plus President Trump are still behind you. That's the play and I was prized, but I think they're totally right about it. I think the play was most exactly articulated by Lindsey, Graham, you know, part of this when it's done is who gets to define the argument who do what the question is. It's going to be decided before the vote. And if you can define that territory, you know you frame the question you win and Lindsey, Graham basically said for any Republicans, thinking about voting against him will be vote for characters assignation. So it's trying to shift it from, do you believe Dr Ford to? Are you okay doing this to him and for cavenaugh sorry for Macau skin Collins. The extra power of that there is it doesn't matter for corker and flake. They're leaving, but base voters in their states are getting a cue from Graham and saying, this is the choice that the Senator is making. And so it's increasing the pain threshold for them from Republicans who see things the way Graham totally right about Lindsey, Graham reframing. And of course what it leaves out of the picture. We're all the people and elements that were missing today. So Deborah Ramirez wasn't there the second woman who accused him of sexual misconduct when she was?.

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