New York City’s New Plan for handling Mental Health calls. The future of concerts, California’s New Lockdown, and Harry Styles trends for a dress.
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Good morning, good afternoon or good evening, depending on when you are tuning in. My name is Jonathan Torres Herrera and you are watching or listening to JTH Show today. Let’s talk about New York city and their plan for handling Mental Health nine 11 calls The future of concerts. California S New Lockdown and HarryStyles trends on Twitter because of a Dress. All right, let’s get into it the first roll the intro. Alright. And for those of you guys that haven’t taken advantage yet, make sure you catch The the episode on Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, or radio Public it is available for you there on the go, because I know sometimes you almost can listen to YouTube and the background or a simply, we just don’t like you to, for one reason or another, but yeah, you just to make sure that you catch a show on there.
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Okay. So let’s move on to the first story. And that is a New York city’s plan to handle a nine one one calls when in relation to mental health issues. So there is an article published on CNN that reads New York City will send Mental Health teams instead of police to respond to some nine one, one calls. Now at the face of this, I immediately, you know, had my strong reservations, right? You know, for one, we have to look at the, the issue here that sometimes these nine 11 calls Ryan, some of us have maybe seen videos, of course, and many of us cannot forget about the horrible case that happened with Walter Wallace jr.
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Right? Where a police arrived, the unfortunately, either a denial or how to handle a situation, depending on whose point of view your, you know, you were taking in or, or simply they thought that the, the best way to handle it was to shoot the guy, the man and kill him. So, you know, all of this said, now it looks like, you know, New York is planning on sending a mental health professionals out into the field. And back to my point, you know, when I read this, I’m thinking, I don’t, I don’t know, that’s, that’s the base of best approach, right? We were talking about a situation where you can have a, somebody, you know, willing a knife and can potentially hurt someone, right.
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Again, Ken, you know, go after somebody. And if that individual, you know, it is not equipped or prepared or train or what not to handle, you know, somebody, you know, coming full blast at them all with a weapon, you know, you can have more casualties right than solutions. Now, once you read the article and you go deeper into it, it is not exactly the way CNN puts it there. And the headline, in fact, it’s, it goes on to say that, you know, the, the calls will be accompanied by a police officer, right. Who will also be dispatched as a backup. However, the idea here is for the police officer, not to be the first point of contact, right?
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What the individual or, or whoever, you know, is that called the, the night or made the night. We want to call and had a, somebody come out because you know, there’s something going on with somebody suffering from some mental episode. So, you know, once, once you add that in there, I would say that this is not the worst idea, right? I think a lot, many people agree that things need to change, need to be reformed in terms of, you know, how we’re preparing police officers to go out. Now, I think is, is erroneous to think that a police officer can, you know, somehow manage all these different roles and be training for all these different categories and treat all the, the issues differently.
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Right? Again, whether you are talking about a mental health crisis issue there, or you’re talking maybe a domestic violence, you are talking sometimes, you know, unfortunate, some type of a sexual assault that happens, you know, whether it be with women or men. And it’s, it’s crazy to think that thus far, we have to believe that a police officer can handle everything that they just somehow give them a manual or give or give them a couple of classes. It doesn’t make any sense. So when I, when I saw this article, yes, I had my, my strong reservations of saying, this is insane. We, we can potentially see more, more casualties, right? Cause we’re not, we’re not exactly talking about every single one of these, you know, mental health calls are going to be, you know, from people who are maybe suffering more from depression.
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And there are just maybe, you know, in their home and there are a barricaded in their, and they’re not really causing any harm. They just don’t reuse to come out. No, you know, sometimes it could be someone that is, you know, as schizophrenic and is maybe running after someone else, you know, of thinking that, you know, they want to hurt them. And in return, they, they want to defend themselves. And again, it can get into a, into a really nasty situation. So, you know, once I read that a police officer at the plans is for a police officer, police officers to be dispatch alongside. I actually think this is a great beta test because that’s really what this is. It’s a, it’s a, you know, it’s still a very much is going to be something they are going to try out and see if it works.
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So, you know, I think if this ends up working, I think there will be more cities that will follow suit that will see New York and say, Hey, sounds like a, like an X to them. Plan so we’ll see how that goes. And with that, let’s move on to our next story. And that is how will California handle the next set of lockdowns. And for that, I turn to the New York times in an article they had today that read COVID-19 live updates, California issues, tough restrictions, and Iowa mandates masks as States try to take a virus. Now, in a nutshell here, you know, you obviously have a lot of news where you have, you know, a Colonel by a quarter, I’m sorry, COVID-19 cases rising, right.
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In many parts of the country, they’re spiking hard, almost as hard as they were, or are as high as a war rather at the beginning of the year. Right. So everybody, it feels like, at least everybody is panicking. Everybody’s thinking, okay, what else can we do to make sure we go back to more modest numbers? You know, whatever that means, but definitely not where we are now. In fact, I can share a little bit with you guys and saying that El Paso, which is where I am, it has been, you know, getting hit hard with, with a with cases. And, you know, I think there’s a lot of reasons for that. Right. And, and I think California is really not out of the, the reasons I leave it. At least I think that they’re also spiking, you know, of course you have holidays, you have people that are going to want to travel.
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Right. And how many of them feel like they’ve been locked down enough? They, there are done with the Lockdown and they’re looking to say, you know what, I’m going to have to figure something out, maybe take those risks and go visit a family. And it’s understandable. I’m not going to say that. I think it’s the door’s idea. I do understand that there’s a lot of people that are very, very, very much to one side and believe that everybody, regardless of their situation should be in a 100% complete, complete Lockdown. And then you have other people on the other extreme that say, screw, this, this is not real. Or this has been, you know, blown out of proportion by, by the government or fish shows. And I feel that I can just go out. In fact, I don’t even have to wear a mask, right?
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So you have both ends of the spectrum. And we’re everybody I think, is falling somewhere in between, of course. But I think because again of these holidays are upon us, many, many are going to offer just so you know what I’m going to have to take those risks. And unfortunately it looks like according to this article, there have a, been a, an increase of, of the home, you know, parties and gatherings that are definitely above what you would consider modest, right? When it comes to how many people should be gathering in close quarters. Now, the funny thing is that I, that I saw here is that you have, ah, the governor himself of California, who has to come out and apologize because apparently he was spotted at a gathering.
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Now, allegedly this gathering took place outside. But the article here reads mr. Newsome apologize, apologize on Monday saying that he should have turned around and left. When he realized there were more guests at the party than he expected, you know, I’m going to, I’m going to call BS on this. Okay. Why? Because for one, you know, it’s, it’s not like you’re doing some Joe Schmoe. It’s not like it’s just me in you. And we know we don’t really know who’s attending these, these gatherings or these parties and were like, Aw, man, we got there. And it turns out the whole block was, was there. And even then any of us would have better judgment if we really want it to and say, you know what, we’re going to turn around and make some excuse up as to why we can’t get to the party.
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Right? No, that’s not what happened. Right. And you, you see him Newsome is a, is a politician, you know? And again, for that matter, he’s not just some Joe Schmoe. He’s not even some guy of like some little town where he’s a mayor of no, no, he’s the governor of California. One of the biggest States in the United States. So for him to say, Oh my God, it totally got me, you know, out of nowhere that I got there. And there was all of those people, it’s what I call BS. Right. In my opinion, he damn well New, you know, that there were some more people there at whatever gathering he was attending, then maybe there should’ve been and he kinda roll the dice and he’s, you know what, I’m going to come out tomorrow and just make a statement that I apologize.
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And quite frankly, I think that’s what it is for many of these politicians very quickly. I mentioned, you know, people that have insisted that they are allowed to go into a hair salon and then are filmed right later on because a while, because they’re being premadonnas right. And then they get really upset and you’re like, JTH, you know, who, who are you talking about? Well, none other than Newsome’s aunt the name for some reason, I can’t believe escapes me right now, but M and O Nancy Pelosi. And there we go, Nancy Pelosi, right? Excuse me. Yeah. He, she is a nuisance aunt and she is a lady that is seen on tape, you know, attending, you know, a session for a hair salon when she was herself saying, you know, nothing is important right now, including your haircuts.
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So these politicians, you know, they’ll, they’ll go back and forth on what they allegedly believe. And there are restrictions they want. Here’s what the key, the key thing to remember is a restrictions that want for you, you as an individual that you mean nothing, right? Again, in comparison to what they feel, is there a level, right? You are just some Joe Schmoe. No, you’re not allowed to go to get your hair done or anything like that. But Nancy Pelosi is, and by the way, if you’re wondering, wait, what is it? Something maybe like outside, she got her hair done. No, no, of course not. She’s Nancy Pelosi, right? She’s like this rich politician. No, she, she was all up in The in the shop. If you go out and go to the video, you can find it.
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Nancy Pelosi is under fire today. After a surveillance video, shows her at a hair salon, getting a blowout and not wearing a face mask. The optics don’t want to be a whole lot of explanation. It’s terrible. Nancy Pelosi is a hypocrite. The most powerful woman in America can be seen with wet hair inside S salon in San Francisco. Problem is under California COVID-19 regulations. Clients can not be serviced indoors later on
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Am I really upset because it wasn’t the, the lady that did her hair, which was renting the chair at the salon, it was actually the salon owner. Right. It kinda, kinda out at her and say, look at this, look at this hypocrite. Right? And again, people can come to the defense of Pelosi and say, well, yeah, but there wasn’t that many people, what does the lawn again? You have to realize that, or at least, you know, for him for a moment trying to understand that, you know, you mean if you idolize either Pelosi or in this case, Newsome, these are individuals that are coming out regularly on camera. You were saying, please say a home, don’t be a self first, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, guilt tripping you into doing whatever it is and that they want you to do.
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But you know, in private, they’re doing the complete opposite, right? Only when they get called out for it. Do they come up with a statement saying, Oh, golly, I should of been smarter about this is it’s ridiculous. But to continue here real quick with what he plans to do, it’s a lot of what he’s done already. Right? Which is a, you know, making sure people are not a gathering, closing out anything that requires indirect activities, including a restaurant’s gyms. Again, a lot of what we have seen already. Now, the funny thing is that I found that they’re, you know, they’re contemplating, they’re discussing a PA a possible curfew. Now that part was interesting. And I will say that if there is a data to support that, you know, that doing curfews, whatever, whatever they might end up being, whether you can be out or you’re, you’re not encouraged to be out, or if your out, you know, past a certain time, you will be ticketed or something.
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If there’s data to support that, that helps I encouraging. Right. COVID I’m going to say that I’m all for it right now. I don’t hold his data. I don’t know if that exists out there. So I’m not going to, I don’t want to talk to him my ass. So with that said, I will say that if there is no data and they don’t know really of implementing these curfews, which very likely will, will upset a lot of people to the point where they’re going to just violate the curfew, just because, you know, they’re upset. And then I don’t know that this is the best approach, right? Because when it comes to, when it comes to taking away and be more restrictive with people, it often, or more often than not, it pisses people off to the point where again, in my opinion, they break whatever rule or regulation is out, just because they are pissed off is specifically in my opinion, in the United States, because I am a big believer that while not every single human being in the United States is an entitled prick.
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Many people are an overwhelming amount of people are right. You have so many of these so-called influencers, which yes, if you haven’t, you know, caught on to my, my drift here, I do have a big problem with influencers. They, what are, what if you haven’t heard too many of them were throwing parties all throughout this year, right? Where they were a gathering in numbers of 50 to a hundred individuals and single houses just to throw their influence or influence or influence party, excuse me. And it’s this ridiculous. Right. And again, what happened to them? Well, really nothing. I mean, I mean, what, I mean, I didn’t hear anything beyond a allegedly, some influencer gained a water shut off or something like that. But other than that, it’s people with money.
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And unfortunately in the United States, some of us may not like it, but money equals power. So, you know, that’s where I’ll leave that with, with COVID. It doesn’t sound like it’s anything further than what, you know, a lot of us, all of our has already seen with, ah, the restrictions and stuff like that. And with that, let’s move on to the next story. And that is a one that’s a, a bit more on the, a lighthearted side. And that is a, the possible future of Concerts of shows. We find an article on the rollingstone.com. That is a, about the flaming lips who showcase a space bubble concert, eh, for their New assassin of youth video.
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So it’s a very, very interesting, they are here. Let’s roll the clip.
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Yeah. So you guys got The too, to see the clip there. It’s better than what I can describe it, but for those of you guys listening and essentially it’s exactly what you were probably picturing everybody at a concert, including the artists were in these bubbles, these transparent bubbles. It’s very, very interesting. It’s like that much Jake Gyllenhaal movie. I remember what the name of it, but it’s, it’s, it’s one of those things that you maybe say it out loud and you’re like, you know, well maybe we can have a everybody and their own bubble, you know? And I think we’ve been saying things like that for years, we, we can have them live in their own bubble and maybe it will be safer. And then someone is like, alright, hold my beer. And they’re like, let’s go see what we can do it. And apparently, you know, it worked now whether a zero COVID, you can kinda see casualties from that.
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I don’t know nothing has come out of that. I would imagine when to be a very hard, because again, everybody is literally in their bubble. So it’s very interesting to see if that perhaps could be an alternative right. To not having Concerts at all. Now it’s definitely a, a better alternative than what allegedly, there are some rumors, right? That you have a places like Ticketmaster trying to do. And that is to have essentially you prove a, I don’t know what shot records or a medical history or something of that nature. And again, this is allegedly, there’s a lot of rumors and, and even some confusion as to what they mean by, by showing that you are COVID free.
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Right. But the idea is that you would buy tickets and in somehow demonstrate that, you know, you’re not trends, you know, of transmitting COVID because you have COVID or that you are just a period of COVID free. Right. It’s very, definitely not the best alternative. I mean, I’d rather do a bubble. I don’t attend Concerts often. In fact, never, I think I have attended a few concerts in my lifetime. And I will say that if, if I were to attend a concert, I think I will offer the bubble then to giving more of my information right out to, to a place like Ticketmaster. Right. It’s I’m sorry, attending a concert no matter who is the artist, there’s not one for me to be like, okay, here’s more of my private information.
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I am, I can be pretty open about putting, you know, these, these Alexa things in my home and you know, the cameras in my home, I can be open to that. Right. But once you start, you know, asking me to turn over my medical records possibly, right. I’m just to attend, I don’t know of any cancer of any large, as you can think of that, at least in my world not worth it. No, thank you. Right. I’ll buy the CD by the albums sold elsewhere. And you know, in fact, I’ll just wait a couple of decades until we start having a, one of those virtual, Concerts like a two-block won, you know, at home and I’ll just watch it that way. Thank you. So, you know, the bubble thing was definitely an interesting story. I got a, I got a laugh out of that.
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Okay. Then let’s move on to our final story. And that is why HarryStyles was trending. Now that you don’t know who HarryStyles is. He is, you know, he’s an artist, he’s a singer. He comes out of a, a group of one direction a few years ago, you know, that they had a few hits. And recently, you know, he’s been showing up to a different events before this Vogue thing, which I’m going to say, I don’t even know why this was trending. It looks like primarily because we have critiqued. But when I went to dig in and you know about HarryStyles and what he was doing, why did Vogue magazine decided to do this, this shoot with him where him, you know, he was wearing dresses, what am I going to hold on?
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They’re the same guy that has showed up to different events with, you know, what you normally would say is women attire, right? So why is this trending way? Gwen is a relevant, ah, okay. Then we got into The of course. Cause it was for one side as I was going to be the opposite. Right. We got into finding that Ken is Owens, you know, made to the whole thing, trend this, this probably to be honest with you probably would have just pass, you know, a notice for the most part, our at least not trend to where it was earlier in a day, I was like, number one, number two on Twitter. So we go to the four that we go to a Canada’s Owens as a remarks write. And she says, there is no society that can survive without strong men, the East noses in the West, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence.
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It is an outright attack. Now, you know that alone before I go onto what else happened. I’m like, hold on, candid, kindness, hold on. As much as there’s been a couple, a couple things. And I’m like, okay, she’s trying to make a good point. This one. I’m like, what, what are you saying? On? So at, first of all, you haven’t lived through every society to proclaim that every society, right. A or at least say no, society can survive with a strong men. And there are a strong men is a very broad, strong men. Candice, are we talking about a, or I don’t know, a like, let’s see here.
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I don’t know, cleanser of the 18, 16, 1400, you know, where, where men use to beat women. You know, it was actually something that was just in their culture, you know, or used to be, you know, kill it, you know, a beach other to death with different tools. We know and know where it’s like the blood everywhere on everything you’ve seen in, you know, probably in, in draw a history books or are we talking about like maybe more specific like Vikings, which again, Vikings, you should throw the children when there were a deformed, right? Much like an example, the Spartans, you know, and the women had no, no say in that, in fact that they ever spoke up that were either also punished, you know, or some of the, some of them were even thrown in with the children riding killed.
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So what, what are you talking about a strong man? You know, can you be more descriptive? I know Twitter, isn’t let you be a beyond so many characters, but to make such a, such a statement, you know, you want to think you want to back that up. You know, now the East noses, the East noses now are talking about the United States East, or are we talking about like middle East, which is often also criticized for their handle of women for meringue? You know, children are essentially two grown men. So what do you mean by the East? Knows this. Okay, let’s continue on. Right. I’m dissecting her tweet, the steady feminization of men at the same time that Mark is marked as him.
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Now I’m not even gonna get into Marxism cause it’s just such a controversial topic. And I can go on for hours for that. Bizarre. Some things that I agree with that, but let’s focus on the first a term there feminization. Okay. So I don’t feel that, you know, anybody is feminizing me. I don’t feel feminine. Right. I also don’t feel, I don’t know that I am the epitome of, of what maybe she feels is a strong and then, but I don’t feel, I sure that the society, at least again, I am a member of the United States society and nobody’s feminizing me. You know, if, if I, I don’t know, wash my face and scrub with a skirt, this is my feminine.
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If you don’t have, what are you on my hands everyday from being a grease monkey and working tools, does that mean I’m a feminine, if I do my hair, My a feminine. I mean, this isn’t making any sense, right? When, when she makes statements like that now to make matters, in my opinion, even worse, she had the likes of Ben Shapiro, right? Also like I’ve said before, it’s a very conservative commentary. So Ben Shapiro adds and says, this is a, this is a perfectly obvious, right? In response to, to her, anyone who pretends that this is not a referendum of masculinity for men to do to Dawn fluffy dresses is treating you as a full on idiot.
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Again, very dramatic. I consistently have replied back to people that liked to over, you know, dramatic Thais their statements, write for the purpose of a shock value for, for you to just kinda like, you know, hinge on their words and be like, Hm, I wonder. And awe, and you’re there pondering if maybe there’s something more, you know, deep at the statement, you know, more meaningful. There is not, you know, most of these individuals that, that love to tweet or, or post things on Facebook or Instagram or how, you know, what any, any of the social media platforms, they do it for shock value, right?
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They say, is there any think of what are the best words to use are going to either a, make him sound real, real smart or B you know, go along with their, what their followers initially, you know, kinda fell in love with them in the first place. Right? So when it comes to these two individuals, well, for one, we don’t understand their, both of them are very much on the right, right. The conservatives and you know, it’s okay right now, here’s where I will say to their defense. Right. Cause you know, me, I’m very much in the middle of many things, right. I don’t, I don’t like tribalism. I don’t lie for anybody to include Me in the left for the right and make me power part of their clan.
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I don’t like that crap, which is not going to come to think of it. That’s what Ken has Owens means when it’s like strong men. I don’t know. It’s weird. Huh. But anyways, my point here right now, and now that I kinda ripped them in a little bit, I will say that when it comes to what they’re maybe trying to communicate is that, Hey, that a one things to change, right. They don’t want to see men in dresses. You know, I actually, I was actually the price that this was even trending maybe because it was HarryStyles and he’s famous, but there was another guy, right. That I found, I want to remember who it was. And then Google there for the purpose of the episode here. And it was, I remember seeing something on a board, panda.com and that is a, the, the, the, the article was about skirts and heels are not just for women.
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This guy approves that perfectly. Right. And it was about a guy. His name is Mark Bryan, who was an American living in Germany and wears dresses, you know, pretty much regularly, I think, every day to work, you know, and, and not only dresses, high heels and everything, you know, in fact, if you look at some of the pictures of like, Oh, that that’s, you know, a nice dress by a, you know, where, you know, a worn by a woman and then can you scroll up again? You’re like, Oh, okay. That’s a dude. And you know, here’s what I’ll tell you. Or here’s what I’ll tell you about this, which it kinda goes along with the whole HarryStyles wearing dresses, you know, when it comes to men and, and what they were writing, by the way, this applies to, to women too, who gives an F, right?
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If that makes you feel comfortable, that makes you feel happy. You are not really hurting anyone. Go ahead. Right now, what it is somehow as Ben Shapiro says, create some kind of a, what was his words, referendum of masculinity, or in Canada’s Owens wards, you know, steady a feminization of men. I don’t agree with that. And no matter who puts a Dress in front of me, right. I’m thinking about me personally. I don’t, I’m not going to wear one because I don’t like dresses. Right. Well, I look good in them. I don’t know that it’s for you to imagine me and the one that I don’t know what to do. I, you know, it’s this kind of, you know, ridiculous, you know, to feel that just because some dude, his wearing a dress, all of a sudden, all the other dudes are going to stop, you know, wanting to be men, you know, same thing for me, for women, if a woman, or if a woman tomorrow decide, you know, I want to wake up and I’m going to wear the most quote, unquote boyish clothing.
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I can find that doesn’t make the rest of the woman, not women. It’s just so stupid to have that kind of mentality. Now, if you look at it, Ben Shapiro, right. And I’m not trying to be an asshole here, but have Ben Shapiro somehow, tomorrow and start stressing with dresses as you know what I’m, what do you know what that is? Because I saw that guy that American in Germany was named Mark Brian, and then member of the HarryStyles was wearing a Dress <inaudible>. He really influenced me into wearing dresses. Damn them. I would say to that stop bullshitting, dude. You know, you want me to wear a dress as, and as you are probably a little, you know, and you know what Rakim be happy with them. Good for you. You know, I don’t know that anybody should critique.
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Even the Ben Shapiro of again, in this imaginary world, he came out tomorrow and wanting to wear dresses, like, okay, good for you, dude. Maybe that’s what it was. And maybe that was what you were hating on Harry styles, right? Because deep down, or maybe you want me to wear a dress, but to say again, that somehow who and what wears, what will completely change the minds of, of other men in what they’re going to wear. I disagree. If you think this is more for the youth that you are maybe thinking, Hey, JT, well, maybe he’s referring too that maybe young kids, young, young boys will be confused that they started seeing them in. And Dress, I don’t know that that’s also true because I mean, have you not baked up a history book, huh?
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That didn’t never pick up a history of book never occurred to you that you’re not wearing dresses. Even though you had our, our founding fathers, many of them were like, what do you call them? Truckers or whatever the hell they were wearing people in Ireland doing, you know, similar again, they don’t know I’m going to call them skirts again, again, adding a hat, her name, but still, I mean, for those men out there, maybe watching this insight saying, ah, JT, you’re a supporting the whole, what was it steady feminization of men, dude are, I would ask you this, are you wearing a dress? Does this make you wanna wear a dress? Or, you know? Yeah. So you should really ask yourself because it really that’s. That’s the problem here is that people one more than anything, fear what they don’t know.
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Right. And then two, they they’ll want things to change. They’re scared of change. And then them seeing, you know, men rock the water or a rock. Does these reses, excuse me, can I make them feel like, Hey, you’re taking it away from women, which the way I will, I will say this too, to end this topic. I do think that making the effort parade, effing party or, or a scandal for that matter over even HarryStyles wearing a dress or again, this is this guy that I was telling you guys about a Mark Bryan, write that the American in Germany making this bid fiasco because Oh, men were in, are you wearing a dress?
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Oh, I is turned to that as stupid. You know, it completely goes against what many, many women I will say. And I know maybe not, it won’t be the popular, but a mini a feminist might say like, see, this is what we’re talking about. Now. I want to take everything away from us. I know. I kinda agree. Right? Why are we making this bad scandal over men wearing dresses? Who gives a shit? You know, like this is a dessert. I mean, we know we want to make a big issue or Rick scandal. When you see a woman wearing a woman’s dress or hope for that matter, a woman tomorrow coming out. And I don’t know a suit like a man’s suit. Nobody would give a shit. But all of a sudden, this is, this is a big news.
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That news man, where’s Dress who gives us. That’s what I’ll say to that. Right? Let them wear it if they’re doing it for attention, you know, I don’t know. I think we’re doing ourselves a disservice by giving them attention. Right. This is a stupid. So anyways, that’s a set for today. I’ll end it here. I appreciate you guys for watching and tuning in, by the way, let me add on here real quick that I have, unfortunately you have to have created a, another Instagram account. It appears is a, my own conspiracy, but it appears that maybe it was a shadow band. So very quickly, if you guys didn’t catch to the video or I’ll say it again, I changed my username no more than maybe two weeks ago from Jonathan Torres Herrera to the JTH Show or at JTH Show rather, and everything was, everything was great.
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No problems. All of a sudden I’m going to Instagram and it says account doesn’t exist going to reset my username. Doesn’t exist trying to log in with my Facebook account. And it says, if you own JTH, Show use your password. So there’s they’re the account is definitely somehow there to go through a couple of screenshots that said disabled, but again, never got any kind of a FYI, never got anything from Instagram. It was just gone just like that. Did the, the whole YouTube and find out how other people On block themselves or, you know, get their accounts, reactivated, nada, nothing sent, I don’t know, probably half a dozen emails to Instagram, right?
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To different addresses. Different departments got a couple of replies, definitely from machine, but nothing from anyone saying, Hey, this is a mistake or, Hey, this is why your account God, the activated nada. So unfortunately I had to create a whole, a whole new one, definitely lost some people on there. They don’t know if they have even noticed that I’m gone, but you know what? A lot of you guys, I went back in there and try to find me, you can find me at JTH Show and yeah, I appreciate you. guys’ follow GaN. And you know, so he doesn’t get informed when I, when I upload or, you know, when I, when I enjoy one of these randomly and I share with you guys, but other than that, I hope you guys have a great rest of your day. And until next time, see ya.
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