Nov. 28, 2022

Chrisley Didn't Know Best


In the Honestly Unfiltered Podcast episode, Jeni and Ellie discuss their Thanksgiving festivities. They also discuss the Balenciaga scandal and Todd and Julie Chrisley's sentencing. But, the real excitement of the episode happens in the last twenty minutes when Jeni and Ellie have a difference of opinion regarding the salaries of the WNBA. This episode takes lots of twists and turns, and you will not want to miss this one!

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Transcript

[Music] I'm Jeni Thomas and I'm her friend
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Ellie David we decided to create a podcast that embodies what you would talk about with your closest friends so
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sit back and relax and put your headphones in because you're listening to the honestly unfiltered podcast
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hello and welcome to another episode of the honestly unfiltered podcast
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Ellie how are you today hi Jenny I'm doing pretty good
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um let's see yeah this this hasn't been bad this was a pretty good weekend
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um I was supposed to work Friday and
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I woke up I was in the like at the end of my period and it was doing the lovely
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ever so lovely stopping and starting again [Music] thing that it does and sometimes it'll
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happen during the day and you know those are those days that I say are my scary days
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you know am I going to stroke out am I gonna have a heart attack no it's just my period um and
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yeah but it must have been happening whatever that thing with my hormones that's happening was happening at night
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so I woke up in the morning and I just felt wild like just I had a massive headache
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I was so dizzy the brain fog the whole bit I just felt like oh God you know
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this is terrible and I called off I felt bad but because I never do it that late
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like because I woke up around five and then I was trying to just kind of lay there and
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I must have fallen back asleep so when I finally woke up again it was like because I took an Excedrin and it was
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like 6 20 and I was like oh my God I was thinking about it I'm like I don't even I didn't even think I could drive safely
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honestly yeah so I just you know text her and told her I'm like listen I have
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a bad migraine like which wasn't a lie you know but it wasn't just that it was
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everything but anyway so she was very understanding thank God I felt bad she asked if I could work Monday a little
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while after that a few hours later she's like are you okay are you doing better I'm like I'm getting there and she said well can
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you work Monday I'm like yes if you won't be mad at me so but um yeah you
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know I it was nice just to have the weekend off and Justin was off too
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um and we've just been doing like Christmas decorating we had the baby and Katie over today and did football and my
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mother-in-law is here she decided kind of last minute to come um Saturday
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which is good you know nice we all just kind of hang out you know yeah so it's
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been good how are you am I right I you know I keep losing track of days Wednesday I kind of not I
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didn't feel well either and I was supposed to go into the office to work like a half day because I took the
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afternoon off for a couple of appointments I woke up in the same way not feeling well and I just couldn't
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like I just couldn't wake up and get out of bed I got up and I came and checked
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my work laptop and then I got pulled into a couple emails and before I knew it it was like 11 o'clock and I just
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worked from home which is nice yeah which is nice that I can do that like getting to the office is my biggest
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battle if I could when I on the days I can work from home to be literally roll
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out of bed and brush my teeth and come and sit on my desk is just like a miracle in itself because I like it
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basically saves me an hour and getting ready and then 20 minutes in a drive and walking up to my office and through you
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know just the whole thing but no um I I really overdid it with
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cleaning the house and baking I baked the oh I baked a pumpkin cheesecake
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and I did it in the spring pan homemade like from scratch with um
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graham cracker crust and you water it's called a water bath
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read about it I was like oh water bath like I have to use bath water
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like what the [ __ ] is this thing what's happening no no no no no I'll just get the pre-made crust because normally I do
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I like I'll get just like it's a pre-made graham cracker but my grandmother used to make it the traditional way and I've always wanted
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to do it so I battled on Wednesday night Publix and I really wasn't yeah so I got
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all the stuff that I needed and what you do is you bake you know you put the ingredients all together in the mixer
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and luckily Harry left me a long time ago his all-in-one KitchenAid so nice I
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love it it takes that because you just throw the stuff in there and walk away and it's mixing it yeah and then you
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will you make the crust first then you bake it for 15 minutes and then you put everything in the pan and you have to
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wrap the pan in aluminum foil so that it doesn't leak so water doesn't get in the
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big roasting pan that I use for my turkey I you you put that in there inside of it so it's the little Pan the
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round pan inside of the big pan and then you pour boiling water okay up to the sides
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and you put it in the oven bake it for an hour I think whatever 350 375 but it
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prevents it from cracking like when you bake a cheesecake cracks and yes I tell
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you it was freaking amazing oh my God it's you know I'm not a sweets person yeah but I love pumpkin anything I'm
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that basic white girl and I love it love it love it I love pumpkin cheesecake
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I think my sister makes a pumpkin cheesecake that she's pretty proud of I don't bake the only thing I really bake
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are Christmas cookies you know I like to make Christmas cookies I never get real fancy or you know creative but I love to
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cook I cook constantly but I'm just I've never gotten into bait because I'm not a fan of sweets you know like I don't I
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don't not like them I just I don't I'm salty you know I want salt you know this is just me
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um but I do oh and Justin loves cheesecake I'll have to make him one too
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because yes Wyatt doesn't like pumpkin so he didn't need it I ended up uh yeah
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I ended up bringing it over to Maria's because I know um the boys there will eat cheesecake and they love it and like
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I saved some for us and um I made Maria a one of her gluten-free
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vegan gluten-free crust pumpkin pies oh nice yeah and she was like dogging it
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so because you know she was so busy she didn't have time to make anything like that for herself so right
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so that did me in and then I like okay I cooked our turkey dinner yesterday
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I woke up and I just I could barely walk so
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um Nick kicked your ass man it does well especially with my hip you know oh yeah especially that's even more you know
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it's crazy I was having issues with my hip for the last couple days it's not bad
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you know it's not horrible but all of a sudden I I think it's my hip is it
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hurting you're groin no it hurts like on the outside but when I'm walking you
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know what I mean like not when I'm sitting not when I'm just standing but when I was actually walking it was just a new thing for me it was weird
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hopefully it's just you know because I don't know I did something at work this week yeah believe me I will but well for
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years that's where mine hurt was on the outside and I always thought it was my lower back and then
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which was also hurting so yeah I don't know yeah and then um this past year it started hurting
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it started to feel like I had a lack of range of motion like I always felt like my hip had to pop like it was stuck yeah
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and yeah and that's how you know eventually they figured out it was my hip because then it would hurt like in my like groin area it would feel like
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annoying toothache oh yeah my shot's well worn off so oh [ __ ] yeah if this was the first
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Thanksgiving I'd had off um in like five years wow that's what
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this would have been my fifth Thanksgiving working if I would have worked um I always sacrificed Thanksgiving in
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New Year's Day so I could have Christmas so you know I was excited I'm like all
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right cool now normally my husband and the kids go up to his family's um his
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aunt's house in St Pete she's the one that hosts for his family so they would go do that and I would record the parade
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and Friday I would pretend like it's Thanksgiving and I would just do the whole thing I love to cook Thanksgiving
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you know dinner and so what I decided to do this year because I have to have my own food
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because I am a turkey poor I want I don't yeah I love leftovers
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yeah yes even yes I want my turkey sandwich and my own stuffing with my
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gravy and I want to go down hard for a couple days until my body is so swollen from all
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this salt and bread that I'm like I can't move anymore so yes I'm that
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person but I to be fair I also make enough for everyone my mom who doesn't cook anymore
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you know uh Justin's mom and grandparents that are now you know
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they all cohabitate together you know if I can give them that's I do whenever she comes I try to load her up with whatever
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you know to take home for them I my daughter and you know her her boyfriend
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baby and his mom you know so it's like I packed up care packages and my grandma Yeah so cooking is is a love language
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for me I mean yeah we know this I'm I'm I feed everybody you know yeah so
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anyway but yeah I so Thursday when we got back from
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the Thanksgiving feast at his aunt's house okay so two things number one before we
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left my turkey was not done or I didn't think it was done oh
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I Justin was like listen take it out it was about 10 degrees shy of where it needed to be okay and he said listen
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just put it back in and then right before we leave take it out for it keep it you know keep it covered
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real tight and that should do the trick well I didn't buy it I was not very uh
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confident in that plan but we were out of time we had to go so I said okay we were only going to be
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a few hours so I'm like all right and we were taking the baby the baby and Katie came with us so that was really cute I'll have to
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send you some pictures um but anyway so we get home finally
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a few hours later what about five o'clock I go to have him carve the
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turkey it's not done oh boy now I wait all [ __ ] year for this turkey okay and I bought a fresh turkey so it wasn't
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even cheap okay and I'm like listen no they were expensive this year they were
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and I was like I was fit to be tired and he's like don't worry I've got this
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so half my problem was which I know now because of my period I was all kinds of messed up emotionally too and I was
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exhausted but I was just obsessed with this turkey being completed before I could go to sleep
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and like it was like no it has to be right like I I just so I went to bed way
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too late too like later than I normally would how much longer did it have to cook it took like a minute it was it was
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like a couple hours oh my gosh it was that and I was like this turkey is gonna
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be garbage like it's it's gonna be the worst turkey let me tell you something I
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think that was the best turkey we ever ever had even Justin is like he's still
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talking about it he's like I cannot believe how good that turkey was it was insane so anyway I had I had made most
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everything on Thursday yeah but on Friday we did I had made by ham yet
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which you know that doesn't take long you're basically just heating it up you know um just a couple little things like that
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so Friday I put everything out you know and you know we had my nieces over and
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stuff too spending the night so we all eat my Thanksgiving food but yeah it's just hysterical that that's funny turkey
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the turkey that could I think I can I think I can it was insane we did ours
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yesterday because Wyatt and Ashton both worked on Thanksgiving and
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Ashton was going to be off Friday but he swapped so he can have Black Friday off
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and then um he was gone all day with his friend I think it was a girl he was like a date
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type thing but he left at like an 8 30 in the morning they went to Brandon they went to Dave and Buster's they went to
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UTC I mean God he was exhausted when he got home yeah and then and and the
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Bloody masses yeah um so they were both I knew they were
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both going to be home Saturday and usually you know Ashton's a picky eater he doesn't eat yeah he won't eat
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it he's been trying new foods you know he when he's over at his friend's house and they make dinner he doesn't feel he
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feels rude telling them no and they know he's a picky eater so they've been making him like it's their mission to
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make him try everything and one night one night like he came home and he's like I had
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what did he say I had roast pork and I was like you ate Rose pork and he said
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yeah it was delicious I'm like you see what you've been missing out so I asked
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them I'm like are you gonna eat the turkey and stuff and he's like I don't know and I was like all right well
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whatever I said and he he left to go to his friend's house on Saturday and I said well listen I said I'm you
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know cooking today I said we're gonna eat around seven if you're gonna if you couldn't eat with us come home if not whatever well I only made a turkey
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breast I didn't make the whole I I made an eight pound turkey breast I didn't I didn't have any for the whole turkey
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yeah so he he texts me at like 5 30 and
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says what time's dinner again and I said probably like 6 37 he's like all right I'm on my way home they're ordering
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Chinese food he's like and I don't want that all right well so he comes home and then
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good thing he did because I needed a turkey baster like halfway through I really needed to base the breast and I
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like I sent them to Ace Hardware and he he's like I felt so weird asking where
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the Tater where the turkey bastards were
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the guy looked at me weird and I said my mom's in the middle of making our Thanksgiving today and the guy was like
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oh okay but no I made like I made the stuffing like my brother gave me the
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recipe too didn't make quite as much I made like a quarter quarter of what I normally do and I to mashed potatoes and
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everything but and I still like made that the butter like the butter and the olive oil and all the spices and I put
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it under the skin and you know put it on the roasting pan it was it was really good it was probably a little overcooked
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if anything if the meat wasn't dry it was it was you know just right it could
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have been a little juicier but yeah like when I stuck the thermometer in and shot
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past 190 and it only needed to be between 160 and 180 and I was like oh [ __ ] yeah but it said 20 minutes per
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pound and eight pounds it should have been two hours years the first thing I read said
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375 but then I heard it sizzling in there and I was like I think it's too high and I looked at another one said
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350 so I lowered it so I think that might have done it yeah maybe so Ashton
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was like I was pulling everything out and he's looking he's like I just don't know about the mashed potatoes he's like
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they're weird consistency I'm like listen you're gonna like them so he's like then he looks at the stuffing as
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I'm like pulling the pan out he's like so what is in that I said listen it's basically Brad and and so I like there
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was a little piece stuck on the on the aluminum foil as I pulled the lid off and I said here try this and he puts a
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piece in his mouth and he goes oh my God that's delicious I like this that's my
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boy yep and he sat there and he ate a big plate of food and I was like so like
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oh my God finally you're eating my food yeah yeah he's like growing up being
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exposed to the world and realizing okay I need to try to get outside of this a
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little bit yeah I mean I mean thanksgivings that I've had to bring chicken nuggets for him to sit there and
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eat chicken nuggets like when we first became clothes I remember everything we did you had and these chicken nuggets
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yeah yeah still I mean he's branched out in the last couple of years but geez
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like this morning I made him um an egg omelet and hash browns and you
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know normally he would never eat that I mean how many how many mornings was it breakfast that you guys made and eggs and hash browns and he wouldn't even
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yeah well that's good it's awesome yes it's wonderful because he needs to eat healthy food so yes yes I can get a
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vegetable in him I'll be even happier but at least the baby steps at least the stuffing has celery in it
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yeah you can sneak it in somehow yeah the Black Friday by the way was so
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dumb I mean we didn't devote much time to it but
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Justin and I did like jump around a little bit just to see if there was there really was not
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great deals that I mean it's kind of gone or something I don't know I
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not impressed I saw deals but not anything I started I did start shopping
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earlier and I will tell you and I can say this because my son does not listen to the podcast I bought him a month ago
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it was October 30th to be exact on Amazon I bought him the new airpod Pro
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twos okay because the airpods he has now are like two and a half years old or
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whatever he he he's he like me he lives in them yeah and I got the new ones when they came out and he he put him in his
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ears to try them and he was like oh my God that sounds amazing so I paid 255
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for them at the time well now they're everywhere for 199 I was pissed and I
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got him on and I got him on Amazon so I um did like a text to customer service
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on Amazon I'm like look these are 55 less than what I paid for I'm not even a
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month ago can you price adjust them and I was on the text thing for like 20
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minutes because at first they were like sorry we do our best to give the best prices and no we don't do that and I was
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like look yeah I didn't think they did basically they were like send them back and re-buy them and I'm like I'm not
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going to do that that's a pain so I finally asked to speak to a supervisor and she immediately got on and she's
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like I'm going to credit your account for 55 and I was like thank you yeah because that was great because I bought
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them in something else so but I mean I don't know I guess I'm not looking for
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anything like that yeah you know which is probably what the best deals were like yeah the watches the headphones
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computers you know I saw a lot of computers Justin's always looking at that kind of stuff
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because he just loves it you know but it's not something that we're really in the market for but you know I just
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remember Black Friday where you know of course the crazy Black Friday where it's like you're out at midnight shopping and you know but that
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was nuts kind of fun but I prefer to do that than five o'clock in the morning I'll tell you that uh yeah actually I
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would too but I don't know I probably wouldn't I take it anymore but back in the day I did but you know what it was
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cool is there'd be like you know been sitting around everywhere with five
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dollars for a set of pajamas and ten dollars you know what I mean like there was not that kind of stuff in my opinion
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no Walmart's been rolling things out slowly their thing this year was we're
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gonna do every I think it was every Friday or every week or something they
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would have Black Friday deals leading up to Black Friday amazing yeah like we got
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a new vacuum cleaner for 59 we basically buy disposables containers no hell no
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it's a it's a Hoover okay but we're kind of at the place with the vacuum cleaners
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because we have a cat yeah a lot of dust and cat hair and blah blah blah we're
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like you know what for 60 bucks I'll just buying a damn new vacuum cleaner every year or every other year like we
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don't I don't really care now my Shark I bought seven years ago and I paid 120
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for it I had like a 30 or 40 off at Kohl's it's still fine it's really yeah
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it his last because we used to do that too we buy a Dirt Devil Hoover this and we're constantly buying them and this
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one I bought and I was like holy crap it's still good I was eyeballing the sharks because you know Maria has the shark too
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yeah and she swears by it you know and and I'm not denying it but I guess you
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know yeah I mean it 300 in one pop or 250 in
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a box yeah I paid 120 for it so which is an awesome deal I don't ever see him that cheap really if I see when I'll
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send it to you next time yeah but but I have the but I also have the um the
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cordless Dyson the pet one that I use more than I use my big one because only the bedrooms we
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have are carpet and yeah well I use mine on my tile and everything yeah oh yeah
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see I use the Dyson on tile I use it for the couches because the hair is just everywhere lately and so I use that more
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than anything and then I also love my Bissell cordless mop yeah I do want to get Crossways yeah
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they may well my it's not cordless but they do make a cordless one now yeah but
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anyway so that's all we got for Black Friday really I have done I did buy I bought Ashton
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and I know my husband doesn't listen to this so he won't have a fit when he hears it
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um I bought Ashton another guitar oh I got a really good deal on it it was it
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was like a 700 guitar that I got for 2.99 okay and it was I got it for Sam Ash had
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it for that price but I got another website to another place to price match it so which and it's it's he's got small
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it's a smaller it's called a parlor guitar which basically it's a smaller acoustic
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and which is better to travel and take around he has a Martin acoustic and it's
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it's really big he's he's a little guy so it's his hands are smaller so this is
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just the neck is smaller and everything and um he really likes the PRS brand Paul
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Reed Smith so the electrics he has he plays non-stop he said they're the most they are made for Comfort to play well
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and he's so serious about this it's not like it's some fad that he's gone through I mean he's been he's very
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committed to his music and you know yeah guitar and so it's an investment yeah
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sure yeah I mean he resell them at some point but yeah no I've gotten him like a lot of little things
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funny I saw yesterday I slept till noon and which I never do and when I woke up
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like why it was even up before me he got up but not long and he didn't get up he
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got up maybe 11 30ish and I come staggering out and he looks at me and he's like uh UPS came Ashton put all the
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boxes in your office and I was like oh [ __ ] because I thought they were for him
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you know yeah and it turns out only one was I was six it was all my stuff
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yes
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I have not done anything that's usually me I mean the thing and I
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don't even know what to do I mean there's some little things that I know they want but I honestly I'm
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not even lying to you Jenny I am very close to telling Justin I'm buying Taylor Swift tickets
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you should I'm going to spend the money right because they don't give a [ __ ] about anything else they just want to go
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to that damn concert right so I'm still watching every day I am the other day I did see some for 360. a piece oh the
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shittiest I think they were near where you're at what not
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those are more expensive yeah the cheapest night is the Thursday right but I'm just I don't know I'm so if I could
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just saying screw it if I could sell mine I'd like to I'd rather go Thursday well I listen
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that they don't care about anything else if I secure them tickets they don't give a [ __ ] right so I don't know I'm I'm
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watching it we'll see you know I haven't completely pulled the trigger
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yet the other thing is with StubHub I don't know can you do like paying for or
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would I have to do it all at once tick picks does I don't what is that I have another side
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and um I got tick pick it's
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t-i-z-k-p-i-c-k we got um we got Ashton's John Mayer tickets last
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year through that site and I didn't even know about it yes they were expensive I'll send you a link and um we paid in
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four on them because they were very expensive you know Rick Springfield's coming on the day I'm having my hip replaced oh no and when I told that to
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Maria she got hysterical laughing and I
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looked at her and because I was driving and I looked at her and I'm like really [ __ ] why do you think this is so funny
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and she goes Rick Springfield's fans are old enough to have their hips replaced hehehe
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rotten so I see like kind of the cheapest is in your section
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and it's 5 13. yeah so they're 513 each so it's going to be more expensive
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through them probably but you can pay in four right I don't know I haven't again
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I have not made up my mind it's just something I'm mulling over these prices are way higher than StubHub so I don't
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know and StubHub might let me look I know we're so veering off the path well
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it's just there's a game time also game somebody told me they got one for 360 on
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that one well like right now you know they have one for uh oh here
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on on game time on FR on Saturday night the cheapest ticket is 444 near my
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section and then on Thursday night the cheapest ticket is 388 in in section
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318. so well there you go it's like I mean I when when I break it down to what we
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will spend on them individually for gifts yeah we we out do that by a
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lot every year so it just makes no sense to me to buy a bunch of stupid Fufu [ __ ] that they
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don't really care about when they could get what they want so I mean I again I'm
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still trying to give it a little time because I do feel like I'm seeing them come down a little bit
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but I don't want to give it too much time and like not be able to get them you know so you'll be able to get them
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um you what you could also do is if you go through the clarna app it'll allow you to buy basically from
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wherever you want you just put in the website
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Justin uses PayPal too yeah but anyway yeah so yes let's get back on to uh the
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path so I was thinking we could use Black Friday to kind of lead into the Balenciaga
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nonsense as this was their Christmas ad don't know if you knew that
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you know I haven't really read a whole lot on it but I would really like to know what the
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[ __ ] they were thinking you know well I've heard now that they have a lawsuit that they have filed a lawsuit
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against the so apparently this this firm that handled the whole campaign
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is outside of Balenciaga and they're saying that they didn't improve
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this this campaign but I don't believe that at all I don't believe it I've read too many conflicting things on that yeah
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and then it turns out I heard another report about the
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children that were in the ad were they are Balenciaga employees children and I'm like what so essentially if you
30:16
don't know about this Balenciaga has a line of well apparently Children's Apparel which I didn't even
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know about but they created these handbags that are bears dressed and BDSM
30:30
apparel which is completely screwed up in its own right which are not supposedly allegedly they're not for
30:37
children but they had the children posing in the ads with them but when you see these pictures they're haunting I
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mean it looks like they've been kidnapped and they're held for ransom there's also there was other little
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things in the um it there was papers around
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and things written that were referencing child porn
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cases where someone was arrested like you know the Duggar kid
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that was arrested for child porn there was a reference to that in the ad it was it's just insane it's
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wild I have no idea where they were going with this and the big question right now is
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are celebs especially celebs like Kim Kardashian who is one of their biggest
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Representatives right now and has signed this huge deal with them she has said nothing absolutely nothing
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now she might not be allowed to she's under contract yeah you know whatever but it's like what the hell I mean some
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celebs have you know definitely denounced and come out but it's just I
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don't understand where they were going with it I kept everything I'm seeing I keep trying to okay well were they
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trying was it like a a thing to come out against this sort of
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behavior like nothing makes sense other than they were trying to be salacious right you know
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and get attention in the worst way possible yeah I
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but for me the line is with children there there is no gray area I draw the
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line at children you don't involve children in any sort of
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nothing like this you know and when it comes to sex and sex crimes
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and porn or any of that you know there's there's just absolutely no place I don't care you know I don't care I don't care
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what your deal is so right here in the New York Post it says Balenciaga files
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25 million dollar suit against producers of controversial BDSM teddy bear ad
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campaign they're seeking redress for extensive damages defendants cause in
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connection with an advertising campaign Balenciaga hired them to produce valenciaga claims North 6 and Des
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Jordans included the images of the Court docks without its knowledge so that's
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one of the things that was it was court documents I think for the Duggar kid man
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not kid legal done from U.S Supreme Court decision on child porn laws okay
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so they're saying they didn't get approval for that so what you did approve the kids standing there with a
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BDSM Teddy Bear right handbag I mean as a result of defendants misconduct
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members of the public including the news media have fals seen horrifically Associated Balenciaga with repulsive and
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deeply disturbing subject of the Court decision defendants are liable to Balenciaga for all harm resulting from
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this false Association we sincerely in this Balenciaga we sincerely apologize for any offense our holiday campaign may
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have caused our plush bear bags should not have been featured with children in this campaign we have immediately
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removed the campaign from all platforms no no we strongly condemn abusive
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children in any form we stand for children's safety and well-being you know whatever dude like in the climate
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that we're in especially with Hollywood being under probably the the biggest
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attack ever in history where finally people are coming out you know it starts
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all the way from the Harvey Weinstein and the me too and all that and then more and more child actors coming out
34:29
and talking about how they've been either abused actually you know physically sexually abused used or at
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the very least sexualized right at a very young age and you know we're trying
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to you know turn this culture turn this corner with the culture and you know and then it's like I just don't
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understand a human being on this planet that doesn't see this being problematic and it's in poor taste even if anything
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it's important very poor taste yeah absolutely there is no no excuse for it I hope at
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some point I mean Kim hasn't said anything but she's been rocking the [ __ ] out of the balenciagas
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she hasn't stopped so I don't know I mean I mean it's so hard
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to I mean I'm glad they immediately took it down and apologized and you know
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didn't waste any time with that but it's like don't tell me that it was not
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approved right by the company you're but I mean for them to file a lawsuit that's
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definitely a big I mean it's making me question like what the hell's going on but I don't know it's completely messed
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up whatever it is it's definitely I mean if they but somebody had to approve it
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before it went live that's the thing you know I don't get it somebody's eyes laid
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on it I mean granted if the photos leaked and they weren't used I could see where they may have never approved it
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but to actually put it in an ad yeah you know somebody
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somebody's getting fired over that it's like [ __ ] up somebody big time yeah
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it's been a very busy week for uh court cases and that brings us into
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um the Chrisleys oh I'm dying to talk about this this is this has rocked my
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mind well you know I've always heard whisperings that he
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was shady and it's no secret that he filed bankruptcy years ago
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um for anybody that doesn't know Todd and Julie Christie Chrisley just the trial well actually no it was June they
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were convicted I think yes of wire fraud tampering
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um let me look it up yeah I had I had it right here they were
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um so they were tried and convicted of Fraud and tax evasion
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um in June they were convicted of conspiring to defraud Banks out of more
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than 30 million and evading taxes for several years and it's my understanding which I haven't done a deep enough dive
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but they used Nanny Faye I believe they use a shell company also
37:17
they use the shell company but here's the thing and I know this is why they
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think they they that this is why they think they're being treated unjustly a
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representative from the IRS testified that they owed back taxes they don't all
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of their tax returns are current okay so you know
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there's lots of ways to hide money legally as I can tell you from being in
37:44
that world yeah unfortunately it's a it's a skewed system and you can take
37:51
many tax credits and depreciation well you could write out depreciation for years and that's the biggest that's the
37:59
biggest one right there you buy a new truck you got twenty thousand dollars at
38:04
least coming off of your income um you know in taxes and if you have that
38:11
kind of money where you're buying these new cars every year these Range Rovers even more so you know that's one thing that
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they're sticking on but legal experts also say that the other evidence was
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just so compelling now the account that rolled on them that claims he had an
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affair with Todd he's doing some time as well not nearly
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as much which seems weird to me like he's the one that was helping them figure it
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out he was the one that was they claim he is the one that was filing the applications and applying for all of
38:48
these things on their behalf and they claim to not know what didn't realize what was going on and when they did
38:54
realize that they fired him right that's their story do I believe it no an
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accountant only has so much power you know it I okay so I really love the Chrisley
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show I was a big fan from jump you know I know it's superscripted and all that but
39:14
it's just I love the southern charm and yeah I know yeah no sorry but I found
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out right after we started washing up the very first season my husband's grandfather and grandmother who were
39:28
very close with bought a home in Westminster South Carolina because that's where they grew
39:34
up and they wanted a family home there for all of us to be able to vacation and do
39:40
the reunions up there and we've been going for years well his grandfather informed me that he grew up with Todd
39:48
Chrisley's father oh wow and and he knows all of them Todd Nanny Faye
39:55
they've gone on cruises together wow not him and Todd but him and Todd's father
40:01
before he passed away and Nanny Faye and you know they grew up together so that
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just made it even more of course interesting to me because I'm like that's cool you know and he was watching
40:12
it too and you know it was like just a fun little fact you know so and I can
40:18
tell you the people in that area are just the salt of the earth they truly are and what I was seeing on
40:25
the show reminded me of the people there yeah you know um do I do I think that am I shocked
40:33
that they would do this no because we've seen it so many times with celebrity
40:39
once you gain celebrity and you feel this whatever entitlement and the need to
40:47
keep up with the Joneses and keep up appearances and you know are they the
40:52
only ones doing it hell no we got an ex-president running around that's done way worse and way more and still has not
40:59
been convicted so that just gives people like this even more entitlement to think
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hey I can get away with it too so I'm not I'm not surprised what was shocking was
41:11
the sentencing I mean they really through the book here's where they
41:16
screwed up they over and this is where they got them they overstated their income to
41:23
apply for all of these lines of credit and then when they filed bankruptcy
41:31
the banks went back and looked at everything and saw that they didn't really have that income that they stated
41:38
to obtain the loans to begin with so they obtained the credit cards the loans and all of that fraudulently if they
41:46
wouldn't have filed bankruptcy and they would have just kept paying which they could have I don't I I from
41:55
what I understand they filed for bankruptcy bankruptcy well before the show started
42:01
but when you're filing for bankruptcy with that high amount of money
42:08
and you still live a certain lifestyle it's gonna get looked at a little closer yeah now for sure I agree with the
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sentencing that shocked me what that leads me to believe is there's
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a lot of things because it was a closed court case that we just don't know about and it has to be like some sort of gross
42:29
negligence like very the [ __ ] they must have done was appalling because and I know you don't follow the Housewives
42:36
you know off on Bravo and I really don't either Joe and Teresa judice yes they
42:43
were in a very similar situation and they filed for bankruptcy
42:49
it came out later that they Joe the husband applied for these loans
42:55
overstated the income same exact thing now she got the wife got Teresa As We Know
43:04
I think it was supposed to be two years minimum security she ended up doing less than a year and then they staggered the
43:12
sentencing it's because they have had the little children so that she went first
43:17
and then when she got back it was a little bit of time and then he went and
43:23
as we know his was like longer like three four years and then because he was
43:28
not an American citizen he was here on a Visa he never
43:34
applied for citizenship because he probably felt he didn't have to ice immediately took him into custody
43:40
when he was released yeah and then he voluntarily left the country
43:46
so seeing that case and seeing this is pretty much identical whereas Todd got
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12 years she's getting seven years they're gonna have to go together they're raising the little child
44:01
their Grayson's still a minor he's 16 just got into that horrible car accident
44:08
um Savannah got got guardianship did she yeah secured guardianship yep of both of
44:16
them because they're raising their granddaughter right as their daughter Chloe and then yes there's Grayson who's
44:23
I think 16. and Savannah got guardianship
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what what floors me though and and I think this probably has a lot to do with
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this the sentence that was handed down if this is truly the attitude that was in court is that there is no remorse
44:44
there no no ownership at all no ownership at all that that podcast that
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you sent me that Julie did on Savannah's podcast where she said I can't see that God
44:57
would send me this child to raise if he's going to take me away that made me sick I wanted to vomit
45:05
throw my phone and send her a loaded email yeah and tweet I agree because
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yeah I got into this guys screwed up God didn't make you forge
45:16
your sick overstate your income and buy that Range Rover in the mansion in in Nashville and all that all the clothes
45:23
that Todd has I mean come on yeah you have free will don't put this on God
45:28
well that's I mean come on it's not the first time we've heard that you know and I'm sure they're still playing the game
45:35
hoping that there'll be some kind of last minute Miracle Hail Mary but I don't see how
45:41
that will happen for them and I agree I think I think and the judge said that she said a big I think a big part of her
45:49
sentencing so heavily and to the extent that she did was that lack of accountability or remorse and that's
45:55
what she said in the closing like statement or whatever and it's like look maybe some things
46:02
maybe there is something to you know some of what you're saying and maybe it's not all what we think it is but you
46:10
did do something to act like you were just completely unaware and had no idea what was
46:17
happening there's no way you know so you know I it still hurts my heart for the
46:24
kids I mean period I mean for all their children even their adult children and it's like
46:30
what a sad sad thing to think of your parents being away from you for that
46:36
long Savannah's life will be altered forever and Nanny Faye is not getting any
46:42
younger you know does she have 12 I mean I don't know how she is how old she is but she's up there because I know my my
46:50
husband's grandparents are close to 90 years old yeah I mean the champion
46:57
yeah yeah you know so it's but to me it's just another case of extreme greed
47:03
it is you know extreme greed and and entitlement thousand percent
47:10
and it's like look you got it this The Jig Is up people I mean they're catching
47:15
these people left and right it's like if you're thinking about doing any of this kind of nonsense
47:21
don't you know it's I don't know sad but
47:27
you know I the show was immediately canceled although from what I understand they have filmed some episodes that will
47:34
Air this year up until this point do you
47:40
know if Chase and Savannah show was canceled I it it has been yours have been too which is helpful yeah it is
47:47
because that's a big source of income yeah especially if Savannah now has to raise the kids but it's like what are
47:53
the networks supposed to do yeah you know it's like you can't sit there and like now granted if it was set up to
48:00
where it was only Savannah and Chase benefiting from it
48:06
I think people would embrace it just because it's not their fault we all kind of collectively feel bad for the kids
48:12
but yeah and that's kind of how the housewives kind of wrote it in to their
48:17
show and they showed Joe raising the kids on his own and Teresa calling in to
48:23
check on them and vice versa so I mean if anything for Chase and
48:30
Savannah's sake I would say doubt I mean granted you know are they
48:35
spoiled for rotten probably I don't think they've had it all that easy with Todd as a father no
48:42
so and Chase just got engaged yeah and again they had nothing to do
48:49
with this you know so it really is awful to punish but I'm sure it's a legality
48:54
thing now maybe they can come back with something completely separate from Todd it could be where Todd has this all
49:01
unlocked he probably wouldn't give up a produced credit or any kind of income right so they'd have to somehow do it
49:09
without him and maybe that'll happen yeah you know and I hope it does now I wonder what
49:15
kind of prison are they going to be in is it going to be like the it'll be minimum security right that's what I was
49:21
thinking I think they'll be they're both going to be in Pensacola really
49:26
when do they have to go when do they have to report has it been said yet I believe January 15th see now anybody
49:33
else not on the Celebrity Status would have been taken immediately from the courtroom yeah you know they wouldn't
49:40
have be able to ride it out in their mansion so they're lucky I don't know some some it just depends it depends on
49:47
what you're actually being convicted of I think with something like this it's not like a violent crime
49:53
you know so there are but yeah and I mean imagine the torture that's gonna be
49:59
from now till then I mean for everyone and you know so I'm praying for all of them
50:05
you know we've got listen a lot of Injustice in this world yes
50:10
there is this is not one of them you know you know which granted what
50:16
they did was wrong there's a lot of bigger fish to fry in this world which would give me if you don't mind
50:23
a perfect way to lead into something that is total Injustice and really still
50:29
Weighing on me so heavily is Brittany Greiner who is still in a Russian prison
50:36
um unjustly she has been transferred to a penal colony which is a nightmare scenario
50:44
um you know and we just need to get her home I mean we just I don't know what else to say I'm praying for her and her
50:51
family it's heart-wrenching to think of what could be happening to her
50:56
um I just hope and pray she's such a superstar over there um and for those of you that maybe don't
51:01
know she's a WNBA star and she's had to play overseas like a lot of the women do
51:07
to make money because they're very underpaid here um
51:13
so she has been playing there I think for nine years and
51:19
you know she is very loved I mean she's like a superstar big time over there so
51:26
I'm just praying that whoever you know that that will help her in prison you know I'm hoping
51:33
um nine years and you know I'd like to note for any of
51:41
you out there that oh well she should have known better and listen she is a
51:46
gay black woman and she is being unjustly incarcerated because all the
51:52
time and there are many cases and feel free to Google them
51:58
of young white women and men that had
52:03
way more drugs on them that were either sentenced to extremely minimal sentences or sent directly home
52:11
and not sentenced at all there's clear evidence that this is based on who she
52:18
is gay black woman there are a lot of I mean there's someone I knew of it
52:25
happens there's you know it happens in Africa too in this countries that where
52:30
it's against the law to be gay and they will slip drugs in their bags to arrest
52:36
them to find a reason to arrest them yes and you know this was cannabis oil
52:43
that was prescribed to her that she forgot that it was in her bag
52:48
it was literally like a mistake she forgot about it they stopped her she admitted home was she coming she was
52:55
coming I believe she was going home okay but I could be wrong about that and yeah
53:02
you know with the Ukraine Ukraine war and everything that the U.S was doing
53:09
to give the middle finger to Russia and help Ukraine this is just she's she's basically a political prisoner
53:16
and in my opinion um from what I understand Russia wants to
53:23
do there we have someone that they want we do and my understanding was that
53:30
that was something that that was to trade off he's basically a
53:36
spy that you know we caught here he did some awful [ __ ] too but I'd I'd have to
53:41
go back and look but Paul Whelan is also being detained he was arrested on
53:48
Espionage charges in 2018 which he has denied and he was convicted
53:54
and sentenced to 16 years in 2020 and I don't know enough about
53:59
his case but I do know that I mean he's maintained his innocence the proof the
54:06
proof is not there to be consistent with what how he was sentenced
54:11
um you know and it doesn't matter it doesn't matter they're U.S citizens it doesn't matter if we have a citizen
54:18
anywhere bring let us jail them if that's what we need to do then that's
54:24
fine but they need to be home and we will deal with them so anyway I
54:29
just want to keep saying her name because that's something that she keeps telling her wife is that she you know really she's
54:36
struggling with hope and feeling like people are forgetting her right um and I'm sure Paul Whelan feels the
54:44
same so I just want to say their names to whoever might hear it it's sad it's
54:50
it's just a sad it in front unfortunately in other countries as well the legal systems aren't what they are
54:58
here and unfortunately in a lot of these countries you're guilty before proven
55:03
innocent I mean Italy is one you know also I mean look at
55:09
Amanda Knox was that her name yeah Amanda Knox and her boyfriend that were
55:16
tried for murder and then ultimately you know I I don't think they have like a double jeopardy thing there or is that
55:22
what it's called where they can try I think they can try you multiple times even if you've been convicted innocent
55:29
because you know she was somehow got out was able to get out and she came right home
55:35
and then they did another trial and convicted her guilty again and they
55:40
wanted her back but we're not extraditing her um
55:45
granted I've seen the evidence in that case and I've read a lot about it I'm
55:51
not so sure she's not right that's a tricky one yeah but regardless from what
55:58
I understand you know the legal systems and a lot of these countries aren't
56:03
you know what we have here so you know you know to be
56:08
fair we imprison people from other countries here yeah we do I mean we do you know but we have a different justice
56:16
system in the United States and we have protections for criminals on for I mean
56:21
we have a lot of protection for the criminals so you know that's the thing
56:26
we're dealing with a different animal even a country like Italy they're not barbaric no you know these
56:33
penal colonies that she's going to be put into she already is in one it's like
56:39
some [ __ ] out of 1920. Nazi Germany [ __ ] like it's bad it's really
56:44
horrible and they go out of their way to turn people against each other and make the
56:51
prisoners you know do all kinds of sugar together it's really bad it's really bad
56:57
and you know it's just it just breaks my heart you know that it's happening and I
57:02
don't know why this one has grabbed me so much I think I've talked about this before but just
57:07
being the mother of a young woman that is that identifies as a lesbian and she
57:14
was an athlete her whole life and so maybe there's something there where I just you know as a mom just yeah
57:22
you know identify it just hurt yeah identify with it but you know I'm just I'm gonna keep doing
57:30
what I can I know it's not big but you know I guess if enough of us
57:36
keep talking about it maybe it will just you know get things moving I don't know
57:41
I don't know there's a lot of country like I know there's a lot of countries I would like to visit and you know my husband has said to me
57:49
no and I'll be like why not that sounds like Justin and he'll say because you
57:54
can get in but you're you may not get out and if you some something goes wrong where you and I might not be doing
58:01
anything wrong and they think you are you're not coming home you're you're being detained permanently so
58:08
yeah and especially incoming not especially in communist countries which Russia says they're not anymore but you
58:14
know this is [ __ ] yeah right well and that's the thing it's like you know the reality here is
58:21
that she was there to make money and we as in the United States we don't pay our
58:26
women athletes well like there's a reason for but there is a reason for that as well it's not know what you're
58:34
gonna say well no it's not no it's not necessarily the owners they don't the
58:39
women athletes do not fill the stands as much as
58:44
they don't get the air time they don't get the endorsement deals they don't get the advertising dollars so they they
58:51
don't make as much to pay those athletes the same amount which I can get behind a little bit but when you're when you're
58:57
talking about a female WNBA star getting paid a hundred thousand dollars a year compared to 44
59:05
million you're telling me we can't do better than that but you yes but you don't know what's about but what is the
59:12
but what is the team that team bring in versus what the mwnba well why it even
59:18
play it then if that's what you're not going to make but what I'm saying is why even have it it's doing something for
59:24
their bottom yes but you can't pay but you can't pay an athlete multi millions of dollars if that's not what you're
59:30
bringing in no so I'm saying that big of a disparity between what they need is more people to
59:37
support those Sports and go see them and fill their hands but they're also not
59:43
putting the support behind them that they're putting behind the male athletes period they're not
59:49
I mean they're not they're not but prioritizing money behind because no one's going to see them and that's that's but that doesn't change unless
59:56
they put the money up front to make it change you know what I'm saying my thing is there's got to be something in it for
1:00:03
the NBA well look at the Tampa Bay Rays to have them they don't pay their athletes as much as the Yankees or the
1:00:11
Red Sox or any of the other big Market teams because they're not a big Market
1:00:16
when you go to a raise game half those seats are empty so they can't pay but
1:00:22
they can't pay those athletes that's why the the rays are like a farm team
1:00:36
it's dollars and cents it's you you don't see it but it is because the Rays
1:00:43
aren't like the Yankees they're not filling the stands like they are they don't the thing of it that's one thing
1:00:49
but those those men are still getting paid Millions not on the raise compared to the star picture on the race does not
1:00:56
know the star picture on the uh for the Tampa Bay Rays does not get paid the star picture they all have to leave to
1:01:03
make that money Injustice I mean that's all Eve but it's
1:01:08
the same comparison it's to say yes it is you can't tell me it's not but then
1:01:14
don't call them the WNBA make they should be a completely different League they've lumped them in with the NBA but
1:01:21
they're okay so if you call so call them something else but they're still going to make the same amount of money
1:01:26
look the NBA isn't an organization onto itself I agree and my thing is you can't
1:01:33
tell me that you can't pay these women even five hundred thousand dollars
1:01:38
and it's called you'd have to share you have to share the freaking money in come
1:01:44
on this is ridiculous we can't be protecting billionaires over the little
1:01:49
guy but it's a t but each team the Miami the Miami Heat does not have a
1:01:57
WNBA team they don't they're not owned by the same people they're the NBA it
1:02:02
doesn't matter english team each team is paid but each team owner but so each
1:02:08
team makes its own money the the league has nothing to do with it that's not true yes it is no it's not yes it is
1:02:15
okay I'll send you some info okay it's not true I've looked into this and I'm
1:02:21
just saying it's happening across the board in every industry that's just the
1:02:27
big it's happening in Industries but for sports that's the main one okay well women's soccer went to court and they
1:02:34
won because legally they backed them up because they're probably because they're
1:02:40
probably Phil on the stands well they were and they were still getting paid less but and the WNBA they're not
1:02:46
filling the stands well the bottom line is that I don't agree that it should be
1:02:52
okay all you can't tell me that they're not making money off these women
1:02:58
they wouldn't exist they would not exist but they're not household names like the NBA players are
1:03:05
because they don't spend the money to make that happen period that's just
1:03:11
the reality and that's how it is with women's sports the the women's soccer
1:03:17
teams were filling the stadiums they were bringing in all the money it's a different name soccer is different they
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still weren't paying them but that's they had to literally take them to court but that's not the NBA that's not the
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WNBA that's the soccer league it's the same idea that it's the same value put
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on women versus men in sports they were getting away with it so if they were
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owned by the same if they were under the same umbrella of the same team owners and they were sharing the same revenues
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I could agree but they're not I think you should do a little more
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research on that because there's a lot more to it fine I'll look it up and say I'm telling you I'll let you know I looked into it I have I've researched it
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it's to me it's wrong that's my opinion it's wrong I agree it should change but I'm just
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saying to me it's kind of like I don't know it's kind of like it's like
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if you work for a small business and you leave to go work for a corporation the
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corporation can pay you more because they have more Revenue right I get that it's the same concept
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but the NBA is the organization there are separate teams
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they do not pay their salary the teams they don't so uh
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they can change the way that it's regulated they can change they can't
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make them pay money yes they can
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a lot of these owners own more than one team a lot of these owners have stakes and other teams including the female
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teams but a lot of I mean they're separate corporations there's separate corporations I'm just saying either
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separate little guys but I agree with you but my thing is you
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can't take blood from a stone that's it's like if I work for 7-Eleven
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and that 7-Eleven and the owner owns a 7-Eleven and a Circle K but I work for
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7-Eleven and get paid ten dollars an hour but Circle case pays 20 an hour because it makes more I can't demand
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that 7-Eleven pays me what Circle K is making because so it's the same concept well that's
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just big corporate that's corporate I'm just saying this is a corporate thing also it is
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it's the NBA that's the corporation this is what I'm saying disagree on this one
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well again I'm sorry that you had to go to Russia for nine years to play just to
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make a living wage you know I I hope that that changes so that females that have worked their entire lives to craft
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at a sport and be at the very top of that sport get recognized especially in
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this country because guess what other countries are recognizing them and paying them millions of dollars right so they have more value in the female
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athletes because it's a different because it's a different animal and they get behind it and they fill their stance exactly they put the money behind the
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women in those countries and those women have more opportunities which is what we need to start doing in my opinion let's
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put some more effort into that and what it comes down to is people need to go see them because
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a women's basketball game on NBC exactly and guess what that cost much into it
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and they're not putting the dollars into it they're not they're not putting the game on NBC because NBC doesn't want to
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take the slot because it's not going to bring in viewers and it's not going to bring an advertising down I disagree
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with you I think it will but we have to put value on it those those dollars that
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need to come in that's the statement it's saying hey we believe in this we
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want to promote our women but some of those things are only for those they have they know because some of those
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games are on cable or they're on ESPN from time to time they know what the viewership is it could start with
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college even college basketball is huge right do you see women's college
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basketball on TV or do you see them in you see the men right these are unpaid
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athletes right so why aren't we seeing the women well Danette comes down to the
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networks but that's what I'm saying it's yeah it's it's that but it has nothing to do with the league itself or the
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owners the owners can only pay them what the owners can only pay them what they get as far as marketing dollars and this
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and that but when you're talking okay but when you're talking about college athletes that are not being paid so it's it's at
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you know apples and oranges whatever I mean it's if they're both in good you know both female and male both in college both play why aren't we
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promoting the women and then why are we encouraging them to
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go as hard as they can to be a part of the WNBA only to just drop them like a
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bad habit you know what I'm saying it's like I'm not saying that you know you
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shouldn't have to bring in dollars you know to make the money I'm not saying that a woman that's not
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filling the stand should make the 40 billion dollars but you can't tell me that 40 million compared to a hundred
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thousand makes any sense and that's what some of these women are making
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it doesn't it just that's that's my whole thing is you know I don't know exactly how to fix
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it but it's wrong it shouldn't be happening this way is my point right you
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know I'm not a freaking mathematician or whatever but there's got to be a way to
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make it a more level you know arena for them right they've worked just as hard to sacrifice I agree
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you know it's like I could see if they were getting paid even like I said five hundred thousand
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dollars you know and then there then if they're going overseas it's like well um
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but I I don't know just I feel very passionately about this
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I can't help it and it's all the years that I watched my girls break bones tear
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their bodies apart kill themselves and I understand and I see it from a from a I
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see it from a numbers perspective because that's what I do you know what I'm and I guess I just get so pissed
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about you know I'm tired of it's like oh the poor billionaire can't
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afford it you know it's like listen none of these people that own any of these teams
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are are sad sacks and that includes the people that own the WNBA teams these are
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ultra wealthy people so it is not hurting their bottom line
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to up the ante and give these women what they deserve period
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period and that's a fact period so I I mean that it's not a good excuse at all
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you have to remember at the end of the day it's a product those women demand those are products that are being put on
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the field and the product has a value just like anything in a store it has a
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value I agree but it doesn't change unless we change it right you know so it's like yes do we
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want do we need to fill the seats and make this a bigger you know money maker and all those things yeah of course I
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get it you want to make money I totally understand that capitalism woohoo but you have to help them get there right
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these aren't these people are not advertisers they're not in the business you know behind the scenes they're just
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the athlete they're they're hoping that you're gonna look out for them and and help that
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happen for them and it's not happening right and I don't know exactly why I just told you why I just told you why
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no I don't know why they're not putting more money into them is what I'm saying because they're not getting a return on
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it because they're not getting around it yet they haven't done it so they haven't been able to even try to get a return all right you know what I'm saying yeah
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you got to go to NBC and say hey how much will it cost for me to make sure that you know this much time is spent on
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women's college ball this year or the WNBA what are we talking here
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you know what I'm saying like you have to have those conversations the owners have to get together and go hey what do we need to do to get these women's faces
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out there you know that's my opinion right it hasn't happened yet so you can't say there's not a return
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and so and so you try it then if there's no return there's something but there's a reason that
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there's still a WNBA there's something right
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I don't know what but there's something I don't even watch basketball people okay just so you know like I
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[Laughter]
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think another person comes to how women athletes and male
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athletes are treated differently and I've watched it for years with my own kids I mean I understand that because I
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have dealt with that in my entire life and where I've worked and what I've done so I get that I'm a woman in a business
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World accounting you don't think I make less than the men of course I do of
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course you do I understand that yeah but we all do we're all affected by it we
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are all affected by it as women but that's why I fight so hard it's like listen you know watching my kids for
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instance being so excited that they made the team in high school right like that's awesome that's so cool
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they don't even open the concession stand for the girls they wait for the boys you know that kind of [ __ ] yeah you
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know and that's on a school board level yeah it has to start something it's little but it's it's misogyny it's
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misogyny that's so ingrained in our culture yeah that that there you go you
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know right so it's the little subtleties like that that you know it drives me up
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the wall and then you watch them go through everything that they go through to make it to that Peak you know of
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whatever success only to really not be successful and
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honestly I think it's an embarrassment to the United States it's embarrassing that our athletes have to go somewhere
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else to another country to be celebrated but there are men that have to go overseas as well there are not the ones
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that well they do but they're normally the ones that are like an arena that sort of thing that they haven't gone all
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the way you know what I mean so that's a little different but if you make it all the way
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it's like damn now again like you said each team I mean you know
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and it depends on what who you are on the team just because you make it to an NFL or an NBA team doesn't mean you're
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going to be the 44 million dollar guy you know and there are some that are making less money but to have no one
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that's a star that way in the women's Arena that's where I call them out you know
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there should be at least a couple that are breaking a little something off like
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come on I'll say about that all right well
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on that note free Brittany Greiner okay
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all right well on that note I think we should wrap it up
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hey you know I was gonna agree it's fine no that's why I think it'd be boring if we
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did I think it would be too yeah don't worry we're separated
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can't reach through the phone and choke me never I would never
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all right everybody have a good week bye