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Fresh update on "alicia" discussed on The Secret History of the Future

The Secret History of the Future

00:58 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "alicia" discussed on The Secret History of the Future

"Process take? So I'm going to be a little biased here. The platform that we're working on, sociable, I think, is going to be the replacement. And the reason why I say that, I'm going to explain why. You have others stuff out there. You have Mastodon. You have a lot of folks that are amping up posts, news. And hive. None of those have the feeling of Twitter. You know, one of the problems with these platforms, it's the same folks building them. So I believe we need something that's different. And that's the reason why we're throwing our hat into this whole thing because as I saw people were trying to go like to see, let's say, Mastodon, big old there, and they're just like it's so confusing. And it just doesn't have the same feel. With post news, although I haven't tried it a few journalists and people that I know have issues with it. And one of the issues someone and I retweeted them the other day, he said he's a journalist. He said it's too white. This was a white man saying the platform was too white. I do believe whether it's something that we're working on or something that someone else is working on. I do believe there will be a replacement. And that's why I don't believe the conspiracy theory that must purchase Twitter to destroy it because people will find another platform. And as you say, look, everyone was on MySpace before. And then it wasn't. And then, you know, if it was on Facebook and now, like you said, I don't use Facebook and I don't know anyone else who really uses Facebook Twitter probably will not be as influential as it is now. A year from now and I'm sure there's going to be a couple of platforms that are going to replace it and then eventually everyone will decide on what's going to be the main platform. Christopher boozy is the founder and CEO of bot sentinel, thank you so much for joining me today on the work. Thank you for having me. It was a pleasure to be here. And that's a word for this week. The show's email is a word at slate dot com. This episode was produced by Christy taiwo, Mac and Julia. Ben Richmond is slate's senior director of operations for podcasts, Alicia Montgomery is the vice president of audio. Our theme music was produced by Don will. I'm Jason Johnson, tune in next week for work.

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Tree lighting, concert at Rockefeller Center lights up New York

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

Tree lighting, concert at Rockefeller Center lights up New York

"New York's Rockefeller center Christmas tree is all aglow after a star studded concert and lighting ceremony. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in midtown Manhattan. NBC broadcast the Rockefeller center Christmas tree lighting ceremony Wednesday night, an event that featured hosts from The Today Show and artists including Catherine mcphee, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. The tradition of the tree started with one put up by construction workers building the center in 1931. This year's 82 foot Norway spruce from queensbury, New York, was decorated with 50,000 multi colored LED lights and a crystal star weighing 900 pounds. Audio courtesy and BC. Absent from the ceremony was 68 year old Today Show weatherman Al Roker, who has been battling health issues and reportedly returned to the hospital after missing his first Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in 27 years. I'm Jennifer King

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Fresh update on "alicia" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "alicia" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Necessarily boarding. Alicia ableson is our producer among the top stories we're following for you as we do right into this Friday together on WTO, CBS News brief President Biden welcomed French president Emmanuel Macron to The White House third day in the Biden presidency's first state dinner. Against oppression and injustice, we stick up for one another in our democratic values to which Washington and Lafayette dedicated their lives. About ten students at a middle school in Los Angeles reportedly ingested edible marijuana products Thursday. CBS has done your Bacchus. Students range from 12 to 14 years old and were found to be in mild to moderate distress, 7 were taken to area hospitals, three others were released at the scene. They

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BLM and New Marxism in America With Mike Gonzalez

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 2 d ago

BLM and New Marxism in America With Mike Gonzalez

"Know I'm jumping forward your next book and if you haven't got this, you really must because there is no other book like it. It is your book on the Black Lives Matter movement. You call it the making of a new Marxist revolution. It was inevitable. After what happened with the 70s, the Hispanics, the victimhood, it would be inevitable that sooner or later something like Black Lives Matter would be created on top of all this. Well, right. I mean, if you look at the architects of Black Lives Matter, if the organizations. By the way, the concept is unimpeachable. Black lives have, you know, if black lives don't matter to you, I don't want to talk to you. I mean, you have to be a crank. You might such an effective phrase. Yes, exactly. Exactly. The architecture didn't know what they're doing. They really know, the architects of the organizations are all, in fact, I say this for usually people say three, they have open instructed in Marxism. By marxists, by in color's case, by a guy who was a weatherman terrorist who spent time in prison, in the case of Alicia Garza, by an actual gram scene, a cultural anthropologist who is a very good follower of Antonio gramsci, so they know what they do. And the instructed and they train it for years into Marxism leninism, a maoism. And lo and behold, all of a sudden in 2013, they created this organization that the stabilizers society throws into question our society, at least regardless that goes around saying we have to dismantle the organizing principle of society. So what they seek to do is to change deeply the way we're constituted as a nation, the constitution both with the cap C and small C

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Inflation weighs on shoppers despite Black Friday deals

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Inflation weighs on shoppers despite Black Friday deals

"Shoppers have been weighed down by inflation lately, but that doesn't mean they didn't turn out for Black Friday. I'm Ben Thomas. Let's go to the mall. It is still one of the most popular shopping events. Catherine Cohen, with the national retail federation, says early deals and online shopping have altered the state of Black Friday. In the past, it was more of the kick-off to the shopping season. Now it's more of the halfway point. But the crowds were out at the lakeside shopping center in New Orleans and Alicia Raymond was focused. I'm

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Powerball prize soars to $1.2 billion after no winners were found on Monday

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Powerball prize soars to $1.2 billion after no winners were found on Monday

"Powerball lottery fever continues Well Alicia Turner was sure she'd hit the Powerball jackpot Monday night Feeling like a million bucks It was not to be Nobody picked the winning 6 numbers drawn on Halloween so now Wednesday's potential Powerball jackpot has soared to an estimated $1.2 billion a winner would ring up the fourth largest lottery prize in U.S. history some one opting for cash would collect an estimated 596 million I would definitely retire finish my house probably buy another house New York or Scott hennon was among those ticket buyers dreaming of what he might do with his winnings 95 a couple of nice bars Take

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Elitsa Taskova Is One of the Smart Folks in the Crypto Industry

CRYPTO 101

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Elitsa Taskova Is One of the Smart Folks in the Crypto Industry

"We have elites at who is the product lead at next show joining us today. Alicia, welcome to the crypto 101 podcast. Thanks for joining. Thanks for having me. I'm really excited to be here. Yeah, we're gonna get into all sorts of different aspects of the platform, your views on the crypto market. But before we do that, I mean, let's get into your background a little bit. Who are you and, you know, I saw that you had a cognitive science degree and you're one of the smart folks in the crypto industries. So tell us a little bit about what's going on with you personally. So you did your research. Okay. So I started my product career back in 2015. While I was part of one of the biggest shoemaker brands Adidas where I was responsible for the entire payment infrastructure on their global retail stores and that was the moment when I started to realize that we have a huge problem with the current payment metals worldwide because I was leading the team there and we faced issues integrating different payment methods across different locations, for example, Latin America has their Mercado de pago car in Germany after paying Australia and you have a lot of payment methods which work differently and the support for them is very heavy on the technical and not only on technical but operational side. So I started looking into alternatives to improve the product experience and make some optimizations and what came to my mind was is there a distributed payment system that is available globally that is a transparent and yeah, everybody has access to it and you can guess what came to my mind.

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Jonquel Jones has 19 points, Sun beat Wings 93-68 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Jonquel Jones has 19 points, Sun beat Wings 93-68 in Game 1

"The sun opened its WNBA playoff schedule by blowing out the wings 93 68 Connecticut scored 13 straight points in the third quarter and closed the period on a 17 5 run to go ahead by 18 John quill Jones had 19 points and 8 rebounds for the sun while Alyssa Thomas delivered 15 points ten boards and 7 assists DJ a Carrington chipped in 13 points for the third seated son who had 7 players score at least 8 points Alicia gray let Dallas with 17 points I'm Dave fairy

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"alicia" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"alicia" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"Welcome to beginning some breakthroughs. This is where I celebrate and coach people just like you who are on a mission to heal their metabolisms. Feel better fast and live their best lives. We will be walking through what's worked for them, and what they've discovered on their journeys. And then I'll coach them on their next best steps. And if you're interested in being a guest, stay tuned and I'll be sharing how you can join me too. Welcome to another session of beginnings and breakthroughs. I am super excited to introduce Alicia Schneider to you. She is a registered respiratory therapist who works on a flight transport teams in cardinal glennon. I got to tell you when I hear that because of what nearly losing a son who was on a flight transport and bend, you know, had this going on. Shout out to you first for what an amazing career. And the work that you do. And I'm super excited to share Alicia with you. She started on the virgin diet through her doctor, her functional medicine doctor doctor Chris Warner, so an doctor Chris Warner's

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Stewart helps Storm beat Mystics 82-77, clinch playoff berth

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Stewart helps Storm beat Mystics 82-77, clinch playoff berth

"The storm of clinched the playoff birth with a big second half run in an 82 77 downing of the mystics Brianna Stewart provided 18 points including four free throws in the final 12 seconds the foul shots came after Alicia Clark nailed a three pointer getting Washington within one with 26.3 seconds left Seattle scored 16 straight to take a 70 55 lead the run helped the storm and proved to 1911 and move a game ahead of the mystics for fourth place overall Elena delle donne had a team high 22 points for the mystics who had won three straight and 5 of 6 I'm Dave ferry

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More on the Hero in Indianapolis

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:04 min | 4 months ago

More on the Hero in Indianapolis

"Back to the beginning I have a hero to talk to you about the man who saved, oh, my God. Maybe dozens of lives. Yeah, well, I was at an Indianapolis only in Indiana. Wall Street Journal police have now identified Alicia dickon. As the 22 year old who stopped the mass shooting Sunday at an Indiana mall at 5 56 p.m. at 20 year old attacker, exited a mold bathroom and began shooting a rifle into a food court. Three people were killed, two others were wounded, including a 12 year old girl. Its horrific to imagine how much worse this could have been. So the attacker, I'll continue, whose name we won't give more notoriety had several magazines and over 100 rounds of ammunition. He had spent two years practicing at a firing range. But police said that mister dicken swiftly drew his own pistol and engaged.

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Retirement Research Director:  Plans Have Lost $3.4 Trillion Since January

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 5 months ago

Retirement Research Director: Plans Have Lost $3.4 Trillion Since January

"Alicia munnell director of the center for retirement research at Boston college wrote in a blog this week that retirement plans ready Have collectively lost upwards of three $1 trillion since just the beginning of January The coronado's latest date of 401k plan participants have lost about 1.4 trillion from their accounts IRAs have lost 2 trillion since the end of 2021 Good God So basically the federal government spent trillions and you've lost trillions Main Street is filling it too One woman told Fox business her 401k has been decimated To the point that she is now wondering if her plans for starting her golden years might need to be delayed Yeah I think so A trader works on the floor of the New York stocks exchange in New York It's horrible I mean I was thinking I might be retiring you know in the next year or two and now I don't I don't know what I can do that They're not doing too good right now Another man said of his investments We've been losing a lot of money

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Stock Market's Fall Has Wiped out $3 Trillion in Retirement Savings

Mark Levin

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Stock Market's Fall Has Wiped out $3 Trillion in Retirement Savings

"CBS News the U.S. stock market route that has put U.S. equities in a bear market Isn't just reducing the net worth of billionaires It's also taking a toll on Americans retirement savings wiping out trillions of dollars in value You already know this don't you So where is the congressional hearing on this Where is the congressional hearing on this The sell off has a race nearly 3 trillion from U.S. retirement accounts According to Alicia munnell director of the center for retirement research at Boston college By her calculations 401k plan participants have lost about 1.4 trillion from their accounts since the end of 2021

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The Latest Current Thing: 'White Christian Nationalism'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 6 months ago

The Latest Current Thing: 'White Christian Nationalism'

"And I told you there's a current thing shift and the latest current thing I want you to just put in a search engine today I want you to put in white Christian nationalism and you're going to see this flip this spin this just rapid change in the narrative Where the biggest threat now to America existential meaning we'll cease to exist if we don't stop it This is white Christian nationalism And don't you find it interesting because nothing the left does is by mistake Nothing Nothing Don't kid yourself Nothing they do is by mistake Don't you find it really weird that right around the time Someone leaked likely a liberal clerk from the Supreme Court That roe V wade would likely be overturned in the Dobbs case that all of a sudden white Christian nationals became an existential threat This is an a term you've even heard of before You've heard of Christians you've heard of nationalism You've heard of phony white nationalists narratives before meaning what White people who are Americans like they just make this stuff up But now you're like wait wait a minute Christian national what does that mean There's a Christian nation somewhere This is a nation exclusively of Christians That happened and I'm going to miss that Muslims and Jews and Hindus kicked out of the United States and I missed that and we now have because Jim last time you have your pocket constitution I believe can you check on this I believe one of that bill of rights thingy You heard of it It's like the first ten amendments or something like that They'd amendments to the constitution like little appendices and stuff I believe one of them prevents the establishment of early Can you look that up Jim had to put down the stairs at the gargantuan Is it there He says it's like the first one like Alicia Silverstone from clueless Dude it's like the first one bro

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Two future kings set to honor Elizabeth at Jubilee concert

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 6 months ago

Two future kings set to honor Elizabeth at Jubilee concert

"Two future monarchs are to pay tribute to the queen at a special concert to mark Queen Elizabeth II 70 years on the throne Prince Charles and Prince William the queen's son and grandson are scheduled to address a live audience of 22,000 people and millions more watching on television The event featuring Alicia Keys and Queen plus Adam Lambert will take place in a temporary amphitheater built around the Victoria memorial outside the palace Canadian tourists Patricia gray came for the diamond jubilee ten years earlier and didn't want to miss this one either And I thought I've got to be there for the platinum jubilee It's the experience for someone like me who loves all things British and monarchy It's something not to be missed Experience of a lifetime One U.S. royal fan was surprised at how well organized the events had been so far It's so friendly and festive and really much It's better than I thought I thought it would just be chaos and it's not The 96 year old monarch isn't expected to attend the evening outdoor concert because of what the palace are calling episodic mobility issues Karen Chammas London

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"alicia" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:56 min | 6 months ago

"alicia" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"This is the 10% happier podcast. I'm Dan Harris. Every so often, here on this show, as you may know, we rerun a favorite episode that stuck out for us for one reason or another. Today, we're revisiting my interview with a remarkable person who everybody should know about her insights on work are as relevant today as when this interview first was posted here on this feed. My guest is Alicia Menendez, who is extraordinarily poised, seemingly confident, undeniably successful. She's a TV news anchor currently on MSNBC before that she was on vice ABC News fusion bustle on PBS. She's a mother of two with a Harvard degree. She's the creator and host of the Latina to Latina podcast. She was named broadcast journalism's new Gladiator by Elle magazine, miss millennial by The Washington Post and a content Queen by Marie Claire and her dad as a U.S. senator. So on the surface, at least, she's got her stuff together. And yet, as you're going to hear, she has struggled for a long time with a specific kind of insecurity at work. She was weighed down by overthinking and excess focus on what other people think of her. When I first conducted this interview, Alicia had just written a book called the likeability trap, which is all about, and I'm going to quote her exactly here. It's all about this dynamic in the workplace where women are constantly doing this dance of being told they're too much or not enough, and they need to modulate. She calls it the Goldilocks conundrum. Where either you're too cold or you're too hot and it's never just right. Quick note here, if you're a dude and you're listening to this and you're thinking, okay, well, there's not going to be anything here for me. Let me just say that if you're married to a woman or if you have a daughter or a mother who's in the workplace and you want to play a useful role, this is an interview you should hear. And if you find that the psychology that Alicia is describing describes how you are in the world, she's got lots of interesting strategies that she has employed personally and you're going to hear all about them in this discussion. In the conversation we talk about the aforementioned likeability trap, which is actually a series of likeability traps as you'll hear her explain. We talk about the structural imbalance in feedback for women and men in the workplace, which got me thinking about the massive difference in the kind of feedback I used to get when I was a male news anchor as opposed to my female colleagues. And we talk about things for men to consider as they engage with women in the workplace. There's a lot here and she is, as you're about to hear, just a really sharp mind and a great storyteller. Just a quick reminder, we recorded this back in 2019, pre-pandemic, so you're going to hear me reference my work on Good Morning America, where I no longer work. This podcast is sponsored by better help. One of the big issues I've been working on.

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"alicia" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

06:58 min | 7 months ago

"alicia" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"And it works really well. I had a similar discovery on that idea that we have to look out for ourselves. And I've said on here many times, we are each our own primary healthcare provider, even if you work with a great doctor, you are actually responsible for your health. And you're the one making the daily choices of what goes in your body, not your doctor. And I learned this lesson and the personal care world, similarly how you did in the supplement world, thinking for years, like, oh, if it's in the stores, of course, it must be safe. They wouldn't sell it in the store if it wasn't safe. And then I learned about the whole world of ingredients inside personal care and how babies are born with hundreds of chemicals in their cord blood already because of all these things we're exposed to and so that was my impetus for tackling hair care and personal care with like toothpaste because those go in kids bodies all the time. You also mentioned your son and I would love to hear a little bit you said you had a midwife just how your birth went because I know for me my births were some of my most transformative moments and I would just love to hear a little bit of your story if you don't mind sharing. Yeah, my birth, I write all about it in the kind mama in great detail. And I think that book is very, very personal. It has pictures of my birth. It has pictures of the process. And really of all my discoveries of what you just described, this idea that we have to be our own advocate and how to fight for yourself and how to learn, wait a second. Yeah, it's in the grocery store. Yeah, doctors even tell you to take it, but they're wrong. And how important that is to recognize that they are not right. They're just doing what they're told. And they are not informed all the time about everything. There's so many things that I've challenged. Doctors on it that they just don't know about, you know? They wanted to put tubes in my son's ears. And I was a negligent mother to one doctor because I didn't give him antibiotics because she thought that he needed tubes in his ears. And I literally said, well, I'm so grateful for the information. Thank you. And I'm going to go research it. And if I need to come back, I will, but I want to research it for first, she couldn't bear that I would want to research something. This was really threatening to her and so I was a bad mom. And so I went and I researched it and within moments I called my naturopath and she said, oh, Alicia, by the time the kids 7 years old, their ears change. So they're in a different angle right now. And by the time they're 7, all these problems are going to go away. You do not need to use what's it called. You don't have to get what I just say it's called the tubes in his ears. You don't have to do that. He's going to be fine. I said, but they threatened he'd go deaf, they threatened all these things. And she said, I know, because they don't know. And I said, okay, cool. And I totally trusted her because I'd had so many amazing experiences with her prior. And sure enough, he's totally fine. Nothing's wrong. Another time a doctor told us we had to get on the airplane. We couldn't get on the airplane. We should cancel our trip because his ears would explode on the plane. And we were both a little sick. And if we got on the plane, his ears would break, there would be pressure and it would break. So he gave us four prescriptions for what to take to handle this. Again, I called the naturopath and she said, none of that is going to happen. Not at all. And I said, why do they say this? She said they just don't know. And so I'm not saying doctors are bad. I love doctors. If my leg falls off, I'm going to let them sew it back on. And there are many times where I'm so grateful. Built relationships with doctors. My mother's doctor when she was dying has become one of my dear dear Friends. This is her surgeon. I have so much respect for them. But there are areas in which they don't know. So when I got on that plane and his ears were totally fine and we didn't take any of the medications. I called that lovely man. And I explained to him what happened and he was like, what? And I said, yeah, just so you know it's not quite how you said it would go down. It's not quite accurate and not necessary. And I also told him, he was a very, this is a different doctor. He was lovely. He wanted to see the results. So he said, will you come back after you do? Because I told him I'm going to fix, I'm going to clean up bear's diet a little bit more so that I can come back and show you that he's improved this thing. And the doctor said, great. And when I came back, he was really surprised because what he had asked us to do was very different than what I wanted to do. And he was surprised to learn the point is doctors can learn. They just sometimes don't want to. Anyway, so my birth. Kind mama. The whole thing is I wanted a home birth, and I was determined to have a home birth, and I was going to have a home birth, and I didn't have a plan for not having a home birth. Even though I tell you in the kind moment to make a plan, I didn't have that plan. I really didn't, I wasn't going to go to the hospital. But I pushed for so long and my midwife said, if you don't have the baby in the next 20 minutes, we're going to go. But I was still able to have a natural birth, luckily. I didn't have to have. I had a little intervention with the vacuum, but I didn't have to have any kind of medical intervention, but I had to fight it off. You have to be like a ninja. You know, they come in with immediately you go from being in your room where it's just you and your experience of your baby and you're following your rhythm and you intuition. And then you're in the hospital and they're like, here's some here's drugs, drugs, drugs. You want some drugs, and they mean well, they just know that they want to knock you out and make you happy and make you feel good. And I said, babies coming. His head's right there. What's an epidural going to do to me right now other than cause a lot of problems? What is taking a bunch of drugs going to do? Let's just get him out safely and it's going to be okay and but it's just the way they're set up. They're set up to just throw drugs at you and even if they're not going to help, even if you're way past that point. I mean, I'm fully dilated his head is sticking out. The reason he couldn't come out is his little elbow was up. And damn it. And so, but drugs weren't going to fix that at all, but they were really willing to give them all to me. They wanted to give them all to me. And I think that's really interesting. And it's just a shame. None of them mean bad. None of them mean anything wrong. They mean well, their nurses, their doctors, they want to help, but they're just educated to give a bunch of stuff that doesn't necessarily help her do anything. And sometimes they'll sometimes they can be a miraculous, right? But in this particular circumstance. So I was so grateful I had him in this hospital with a, after my 28 hours at home or 27 hours at home, I had him with my Doctor Who's a very, he was my backup doctor. And my midwife was right there. And my husband was right there. And this guy, he came in and he said, what do you want? I said I want this thing out of me now. Now. And I said, but I don't want you to do anything. I don't want any drugs. I don't want you to hurt him. I don't want any. I don't want us to be a medical procedure. And he said, we won't. It's going to be easy. I can see his head. It's fine. And so he did. And even the pushing process I had to, he was asking me to push when my body didn't want to push. And he was a lovely in tune beautiful Doctor Who cares.

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Songs by Wu-Tang, Alicia Keys added to Recording Registry

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Songs by Wu-Tang, Alicia Keys added to Recording Registry

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"alicia" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Mentality and that during this time. Do you think some of that freedom with yourself? Some of the freedom and independence were allowed yourself and the process came from. The other thing you released alongside Alicia was your book, or myself, which is a quite unflinching and open sort of honest reflection on your journey so far, how much did that open you up? Did it I almost want to say it a word like, did it purge you with something? I think you're right. I think you are really a 1000% right, 'cause when would you ever go back to all these moments in your life and really reckon with them? I had to reckon with those moments because I had to decide what really displayed what I was trying to share. In writing the book more myself, which what I was trying to share was this idea of how do you actually find who you are? How do you find your authentic voice? Not the one that everyone told you to say in the politically correct one that you're supposed to say and the one that everybody said, I like you when you're like this or you know all those things we pick up, like we pick up all of this and we create ourselves to be other people's desired outcomes, I guess. So yeah, so to reckon with that and to look at all the ways that I did that for a long time did give me a lot of fuck. Jesus, you really, really bent backwards forward sideways left and you changed because other people asked you or told you you should change. And you trusted them more than you trusted yourself. So that's ultimately the point of what I was writing and so to go back and to reckon with that, definitely opened up a space to your point like a purging that I guess I could just get it out and see it for what it was and reflect on it on my today self and forgive myself, you know what I mean for these things that you kind of hold on to and maybe you're angry that you did or you wish you were wish you knew more or whatever the things are that we do. And then open it up and then just be like, okay, fuck it, there it is. I remember before the, before the book came out, I was like, why did I say I wanted to do this? Why did I want to do this again? I had a couple moments. I was like, what was I? What the hell made me say yes to this? But I have to say that I'm glad I said yes, because saying yes, it made me say yes to myself. You know what I mean? It made me say yes to uncovering and digging up in there and releasing a lot of things and forgiving and apologizing and just being comfortable with who I am and why I am. So I think you're right. There was a purge there that then led to an openness because there was more space to kind of like just put more things in or share share more freely or just you know just realize that that's it. It's interesting here you say that because one moment that really stood out to me on this album or albums plural, depending on how you look at it, is old memories..

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Episode 32: Top Five LPs From 2001 ...John's #4

Planet LP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Episode 32: Top Five LPs From 2001 ...John's #4

"Years old. it's survivor from destiny's child and i will tell you why because i'm glad you asked. This album has some of the rock to that. Maybe you wouldn't expect me to be as a rock guitarist to be. You know jumping towards this particular album but the title track survivor. Which you've heard on the radio. A lot is a great fine crafted pop song with beyond say and and the team there providing that three part vocal delivery they do so well there was a it was a michael jackson tribute tv show. That came out in two thousand one when destiny's child was kind of a relatively new act and they did a live version of boot delicious. Which with real guitars at three guitar players and drummer and you know porn section. And they of course the beginning of that song has that stevie nicks edge of seventeen a guitar part that they lifted but they played it so raw. Live and i remember watching beyond say looking at michael jackson taunting in nevada to boot. Alicia vol bang right adam. And he's kind of taken aback. Oh beyond say it but it was. It was powerful. And all i can say is. I didn't have the album until i saw that particular cut of that special with destiny's child doing booty leashes and i thought this song pretty rock. It's it's a rock and song. Yes it's a dance song assets movement or whatever you want to say but there's a rock sensibility to it. That made me love the band and of course gone onto become a huge beyond say fan she just an amazing artist in totality. But this shows her some of her rock and best and if you followed her career at all you've seen like when she's done live shows vegas residencies whatever. She has a full band four guitars full. Everything and generally they're mostly female. She hires musicians to back her up on tour. So there's just too much not to like about this record survivor from destiny's child my number full

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"alicia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Embody. And so as I started my journey into becoming a speaker, I said, okay, this is the image. My alter ego, the beauty queen. How would she, how would she. Show up on stage? And that's what I began to embody, and it became full circle in 2019 when I won The Crown. You know, that was the first piece of audacious confidence. Yeah, that was the first time I ever entered because I never thought I had the. No, what was the pattern that you're in that you were? Well, it's always a woman of achievement. So it's an achievement pattern. Okay. So it's called achievement. And they have different. Titles. So mine was misses elite because I was over 40. I was 49. No, I was 50. I had just turned 50 at the time that I entered the pageant. That's awesome. And I had said no to that pageant three times, three years in a row. I said, no, I'm not doing it, I'm not doing it. Why do I need a pageant for? I have my alter ego. She's amazing. You know, I mean. Let's go back to the beginning of this. Mindset, right? Yeah. I was recently. I continued to resist. I had a closed mindset. I had when it came to doing this. I kept resisting. And finally, the director of the pageant, she's the founder and director of the pageant. She asked me, what are you waiting for? Why aren't you doing this? And I didn't have a good reason. I did not have a good reason. And I started to remember some reasons in considerations, but they may not have been good reason. They weren't good reasons, rob. They were yeah. Something's holding you back. You could have reasons in consideration but it doesn't necessarily mean exactly. Well, that's what it is. Most of the time, it's fear. It was based. It was a 100% fear based. What would people think of me? What would I want to be judged? And I didn't actually want to be judged because I was actually going to be judged, you know, not just. Of course you were. Yeah, absolutely. Right. Judged by my friends and colleagues, but also fear of unworthiness. I'm not worthy of being the winner of this page. All that stuff. That wasn't it for me. No? No, it wasn't. Oh, okay. Worthiness, no. I had overcome. Like, that wasn't even a good. Okay. It was just judgment. It was just oh, wow, okay. How would people see me? Would they think I'm frivolous or, you know, vain, vanity, that was a big one, would they think I was vain to do something like this? And it was all of that. All that negative beliefs about doing it. Was it a dream to be to be in the pageant? Was it you said you said kinda? I think maybe as a kid, it was. I mean, what little girl can dream of wearing a crown, right? And so, but I had put that aside because I'm like, I'm not pretty enough. I didn't believe that I was pretty at all. I'm not pretty enough. Again, back to Australia every image of beauty. Right. Never looked like me. So I grew up not believing that I was beautiful at all because no image around me that people said was beautiful matched anything I look like in the mirror. You know, myself in the mirror. So I had to go through. I had to work through all of that too. All that mess. You know, I had to recreate my old concept. Exactly. Of what beauty is. So that I could fit into that. And so the pageant was just kind of once I realized that I was just resisting for no good reason other than I did not want to be judged. And then I really took a look at what that meant. Is that real is that true? Is that really something to stop you from moving forward? What other people think? And I once I decided, and I always tell people the same 7 steps or 7 secrets to audacious confidence that I teach people, I go through that myself every now and then. And I had to go through every one of those 7 things to do this pageant. I had to re I step right back into it. I had to love myself, know myself and love myself. I had to prepare myself for it. I had to look at my talents assets, gifts and skills. I had to I had to go through each one of those 7 things and then and then once I said yes to it, I was all in. Like, I was like, I am bringing home that crown. I am in it to win it. But you know, not in an arrogant way. I was just like so excited to go and meet new meet new people and experience this whole thing. And in my mind, I'm like, I'm bringing home The Crown, but even if I didn't bring home The Crown, I've won because I've taken this step to do something. Exactly. That I was afraid to do because of judgment. So I break through your fears, it's a powerful thing. It's a powerful thing to lose a lot of things. All right, cool. What gets you out of bed in the morning? What is your why? What makes Alicia tick? Like, why do you do? I love oops, I'm sorry. I love that question and hate that question at the same time, because for the longest while my why was external. Because I felt again that my wife had to be connected to one of my kids and my, you know, all this stuff and it's the way that everybody talks about. And for a long time, that was my why was my children and I had to be a good example to them. And then something shifted in me in my late 40s and my why became I need to be the best version of me every day. Like I need to grow every day and that's what gets me out of bed. That's my why. What can I do tomorrow that elevates me just even just 1% more than it was yesterday? What can I do to be? Because my goal in this life is not just to impact as many people as I can impact and influence and inspire them and entertain them. But also to be the best version that God planted in this earth of me by the end of this to say, yes, I grew, I expanded. I increased my multiplied, and I was the best version by the time I closed my eyes. That is the best version of who I was in that moment. That's what gets me up. I love it. Okay, you mentioned that you had a gift for the listeners, where can they get that? So it's the 7 secrets to audacious confidence that I've alluded to, so they can go to audacious confidence dot com. And download there's a video and then the PDF as well. So there's a video series that they can go through for free and download the PDF. And they can also get it at Alicia 360 dot com. So either one of those if they can't spell audacious 'cause I know it's a crazy word. They can go to ALI CIA three 6 zero dot com and they can get it there as well. That's wonderful. Alicia, thank you so much for being here today on life transformation. I appreciate it. Thank you so much rob. Thank you so much for your support and taking time out of your busy and precious day to listen. We so appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along my very special guest. Alicia, courier. To touch your heart, move your soul and inspire you to live a life of transformation, I'm rob actis until next time. This is life transformation radio. Download complete..

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"alicia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"The music and I was teased again for all those things, not knowing what particular fruit like what is a mango. I don't know. I wouldn't, if I asked. Well, what is that? You know, I had a curiosity. Now I'm ten 11 years old and I'm asking out of curiosity and I would get people laughing at me. How do you not know this? I'm like, how am I supposed to know, you know? So. Right. So that had a profound effect on me being not only not wanting to be seen or heard just trying to just kind of be like everyone else. And just. Right. The ordinary. So I wouldn't stand out. But I was not born to be ordinary. That's what I discovered. No, not at all. I mean, you are a very vivacious, powerful woman. And just blew my mind when you said that because I just would have assumed that you were always like the way that you are now. I had to go back to. You weren't. I had to go back actually to my three year old self to find myself. All right. To really discover who was Alicia. Like, who was she? Right. And I remember being three years old and being that really audacious, bold, outspoken, everybody knew I was in the room child. And I said, well, right. That's really the essence of who I am and I need to be that again. And I had to go through this journey of discovering what that looks like now as an adult. You know, who is this? And that happened in my 40s, you know? So I had been kind of gone through this whole time. It's never too late to start fresh. Exactly. Have that conversation. My daughter today, I'm like, you know what? You're 22. You got a lot of life ahead of you. And you get to recreate. You can recreate anything about yourself. As long as it's coming from a place of authenticity, as long as it's coming from an authentic place, and now I am someone asked me just recently, well, what can't you do? I said, I don't know, and I'm eager to discover what it is. I can't sing, but I can learn if I wanted to. Right. But you know. And that's the thing. When you open yourself up to possibilities, the world is really open to opened up to you to do anything that you put your mind and heart to. And that's really what audacious confidence is all about. It's about allowing people to really tap into and recognize the power that they have inside of them to create the life that they desire and really step into that. I love it. So just to dive a little bit deeper audacious, like what is the definition of audacious? It's bold. Courageous. All right. It's just, you know, stepping out. I like it. So audacious confidence, how did you come up with that name? How did you land on you? Well, my initials are AC and so as I was doing my brand and coming up with my own brand for myself, I wanted to. Use my initials. I wanted to use the AC and I was because confidence had become like a through line for everything I was doing. I'm like, it can't just be confidence. Like I need something else. And I started going through a bunch of other words to try to connect it to confidence. Actually, it started off with courage, courage was the word I started using. And it's so funny because in this branding course, I was taking I had like an accountability partner. And I talked to her. And I said, you know, I came across this word audacious. What do you think about that? And she's like, oh, you're not audacious. No. You're not audacious at all. Keep looking. That was kind of what I think she's wrong. I think it's a total fit. I think that's totally addiction. You're so powerful. Right, but at that time I was not. I had to grow into it. Oh you grew into it. I had to. And that's another really big lesson about, you know, stepping into something bigger than yourself and then becoming it. Because part of my journey, part of my 7 7 secrets to audacious confidence because that's something it's a free download that I have the 7 secrets to audacious confidence. One of the steps is the alter ego. And that's when I started really building out my alter ego and I had this word audacious. And I didn't like it either, because I felt like it was a negative word, sometimes people use it in that way that, you know, when someone is audacious, they're kind of obnoxious and they're a bully or you know, that's kind of the connotation that it had. When I thought about that word. And I think that's what my friend was thinking about, too. And I said, you know, I get to I get to define what this word is. And I looked at all the different definitions of that word in the dictionary. And I picked the ones that resonated with me. And bold resonated. And I said, okay, so we're going to use audacious to mean bold. And brave and those are that's what I want to connect with. And so the alter ego was one of my steps to audacious confidence. And using an alter ego is not creating a persona that is different from yourself or something that you're making up. It's more of creating that if you could design how people viewed you in this world or how you would step into something and have people or have people experience you in a certain way, what would that be? And I remember thinking as I was developing my own alter ego, is that I want to create something for myself that I feel I feel. Something that I admire, but I feel that I just am not it. And that was the beauty queen. Because I said they're poised to graceful their unflappable grace on the pressure and intelligent gorgeous, stunning and all these attributes I had and I could not see myself. As any of that, I just, you know, from where I was, I couldn't see myself as any of that. But that was the art. That was like the vision. That was the image that I wanted to.

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"alicia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"This is the show for you. Former elite united oath is misses or I gotta get this right. Former misses elite United States women of achievement 2020, Alicia curry has expanded her multiple talents to influence educate inspire and entertain audiences as the audacious confidence growth expert. Say that three times fast. She has a producer and host of the nationally syndicated podcast leading with audacious confidence. And live web show small business Saturday shout out. Alicia's a dynamic empowerment speaker, actor and author who shares her message of overcoming low self esteem and lack of confidence which has created massive opportunities to transform lives. Alicia, welcome to life transformation radio. Thank you so much rob. It's so exciting to be here. Take two. Yeah, exactly. I always, there's always tech. You have to think. So here's the thing, so we had around before, and she just didn't sound as good as I wanted to sound. She just didn't have that professional level. The tech was an issue. And so we had to bring her back because I want you to hear every single word that comes out of her mouth. Because it's powerful story. Powerful story. Sweet, thank you. Well, let's see. So you are misses elite United States women of achievement. That's pretty impressive. You're an actor, and you do all kinds of things and a fellow podcaster, so I have to love that. Yes. And all of that was in the last I would say 8 years of my life. Others say the last 60 days of the last 6 days I've just seen the last 6 days. I did that. Yeah, people look at you and they go. God, you're so lucky. You're like an overnight success. Yeah, like 30 years of an overnight. Right. Takes time to overnight success. You have to build that foundation, so, so important. And having mindset that's on target and on purpose is really important. It is so how do you, how do you know, how do you apologize? How do you dial into your mindset? How do you dial in to that mindset to get keep moving forward? Well, it's all about awareness. Rob. And first you have to even understand that whether you have a fixed mindset or a growth mindset. So many times, people have fixed mindsets and they think they have a growth mindset, but it's really they're really not pushing themselves or opening themselves up to new opportunities or new ways of doing things and so when you look at whether or not you are stuck or in fear or you're not moving forward, really check to see if you have a fixed mindset. Or if you are open to possibilities for growth, and then you have definitely have a growth mindset. How would someone do that? How would they find out if they have a fixed mindset or a growth mindset? Exactly. So it's about recognizing. So doing some introspective work, like really thinking to yourself, is someone came up to you and had this new idea for a business starting a business and immediately you shut it down saying, oh no, it's risky and you have all these excuses why not? Do you need to check to see whether or not you have a fixed mindset instead of opening yourself up to the possibility to say, well, how can this work? You know, I already know all the reasons why it can't, but how can this work? And that's kind of a barometer for you. If you're one of those immediate shutter downers, you know, immediately is a, oh no. No, we're not doing that, or we can't do that. Then you have to take a look at what your mindset is. I'm one of those immediate like, let's do this. I know. Yes. I definitely am a growth mindset person. So now I know. Was I fixed mindset? I go, I don't know. I fix myself. Yeah, I don't shut things down too easily. We can make this happen. We can make this work. How can we? How can we do this? So my daughter's going to be moving back in with me. She's 22 years old, and she's moving from across the country and instead of shutting it down. I'm like, let's figure out how to create this safe place to land right now. And it's going to be a big shift for me. I'll tell you that. Having a 22 year old in the house is going to be a big shift and you know what? I'm okay with that. Yeah. You know, you love your daughter, you love your kids. And so yeah, growth mindset. I'm having to figure it all out. So anything. Well, there you go. Well, she's been out. She's been married and, you know, she just has wants to change and she wants to start fresh and she's back east and now she's gonna be here in Arizona and I'm excited about that because there's all kinds of opportunity. And you know, I'm glad that she has a non fixed mindset because she's opened opportunity. She's a hard worker and she's like, okay, we can make this house. She's gonna sell everything. And be flying out here and it's gonna happen, you know? Excellent. She's already working on it. And they're levels. You know, they're stages in your growth. So. You just always have to keep checking in with yourself. Keep checking in because you have limiting beliefs. We all have limiting beliefs and that is something that can keep you from growing. And so you always have to challenge that one of my really believing here. What is true about this? And what is not true about this? And so we always have to keep if you want to really grow and expand, you have to keep challenging your own status quo. Well, so we mentioned mindset and limiting beliefs right there. How do you become able to shift how do you shift your limiting beliefs? How do you, how do you make it from if I'm in a fixed mindset, how do I get un fixed? So I can be a growth set mindset. There's a growth set. Is that right? Mind said, okay, good. You know, I'm flying by the seat of my pants. You know, the coaching helps a lot. So being able to be with someone who can see your blind spots, you know, we all have these blind spots as well, that we don't see in ourselves. And so when you are being coached by someone, this is a life coach business coach, depending on where you want to go in your life. They're able to see things that you can't see about yourself to help you overcome certain things. And so I would highly always highly recommend finding a really good coach for yourself. And just a couple a couple tips on aside from being aware because I had one coach tell me awareness is enough. When you start really working on your awareness of where you are and where you want to go and how do I get from here to here and you start building that awareness of what's holding something holding me back, I don't need to know exactly what it is, but it's really important to build your awareness of when you stop moving forward. What stops me when I stop, you know, like, and start questioning, asking yourself.

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NASCAR Reporter Kelli Stavast's Response To Anti-Joe Biden Chant Is Hilarious

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

NASCAR Reporter Kelli Stavast's Response To Anti-Joe Biden Chant Is Hilarious

"Got angry people that literally chant blank joe biden at a nascar race number of nascar fans. Let it be known saturday. They're not really on board. With joe biden brandon brown one and xfinity series race at talladega and fran fans broke out into a chance. We've got the chat right guys because we had to do some editing. We had to bleep where we needed to bleep. The funniest part is the nbc reporters this the chat with the reporter because the reporter is trying desperately to pretend that thousands of people all around her aren't chanting blank. Joe bite and assoc- lies and she says listen to what they're saying brandon. There's i mean this is actually very funny. This is this is really really funny. Here's the here's what it sounded like at talladega superspeedway over the weekend over partners. Oh my god unbelievable moment brennan. You also told me from ground. Let's go brandon kind of hang back two stages and just watch and learn learn. That helps you. there in. Those closing laps was learning. How bind stayed away. Everything shifted top to bottom so much i mean the nbc reporter alicia. They're saying let's go brandon. You can hear them. Yeah we can hear the man. They say let's go brandon

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"alicia" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Dead America

"You mean particularly as it relates to the inner critic. No i'm talking about you building your own relationships in conjunction with your work efforts towards helping others. Yeah oh my gosh. I mean there's just so many and it what's been really fun. Recently over the last bench years. We had a child about five years ago and we has been supporting a lot of couples that have had children. You know prioritizing their romantic life and everything and we thought we had it all figured out and then our son aiden came into the picture and it was like a train hit like. Oh my gosh i remember like one morning sitting with him and he's just so precious you often. He's he's almost five years of our lives. The sitting there on the couch was breast feeding him. And i like could not believe how tired i was. I was so tired and airline came up. And gosh you know like we haven't been having kind of sex life that we were having before we've been connecting and is what we swore would not happen. We don't my gosh here. We are not position. And you know of course actual intercourse. You way you know. The woman's body has to heal a lot of the time. And of course. I'll efforts are going short keeping this young little being alive so But you know after allow really really fell this and that's when we really doubled down on our central practices and we developed and even better system for them that we could teach and demonstrate and and kind of train other couples and and it's just amazing. We were tons of parents now of young kids as well as many other singles and couples. And just there's like this dress when you become parents of like. Oh well there's not gonna be as much sex and you just settle into normal. And what i mean by sex is not just intercourse. I mean sensual interaction. you know holding physical touch can include intercourse but just that whole sensual romantic route with a relationship goes by the wayside that it had. He's kind people have a hard time bringing back being able to support ourselves and all our work with that just kind of drifted and bring that chemistry back. It's just amazing. People are like. I just talked to some gone. You know. i mean but if people parents didn't necessarily have the super obviously active romantic consensual life. And it's like you know a new paradigm the you know and that really reflects when it comes to the children around a relationship a good loving honest open relationship that there is trust and there is that understanding that everybody has the ability to be their best or their worst it rubs.

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"alicia" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Dead America

"Discovering pleasure with passion our life sometimes becomes mundane and we've got to be able to fulfil that excitement that we all need. Today's guest is here to talk just about that with us. Combined alicia and her husband has over forty years of experience to share with us today. Let's not waste any time and jump right into this exciting episode. Hello good evening good morning. Good afternoon wherever you may be around this wild wacky and sometimes disturbing world yes..

Bill Maher: NFL's Move to Play 'Black National Anthem' Is 'Segregation'

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Bill Maher: NFL's Move to Play 'Black National Anthem' Is 'Segregation'

"We have bill maher on the nfl. Let's let's hear that to me when people say to me sometimes like if you go after the left a lot these days why because you're embarrassing me that's why going after the way you never did before reverting things that i am not going to give up on being liberal. This is what these teachers are talking about that. That you're taking children and making them hyper aware of race. In a way they wouldn't otherwise be. I mean i. I saw last night on the football game Alicia keys sang. Lift every voice and sing. Which now. I hear is called the black national anthem now. Maybe we should get rid of our national anthem. But i think we should have won national anthem. I think when you go down a road where you're having to different national anthems colleges sometimes now. Have many of them have different. Graduation ceremonies for black and white separate. Dorms is what i mean segregation. You've inverted the idea. We're going back to that under a different

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"alicia" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Actually to be like my dom sub thing or just because it is people don't know that's why i love the remotes because you could also do with the partner. Take it to a restaurant. have the remote. They're wearing plug. no one knows. I've done stuff like that. But i'm thinking about going to work and being focused with bop plug but depends on your job. All right. thank you alicia. That's awesome okay. So i love bells we emails. I'm sure that you get the best customers emailing you. The best yeah. We can a lot of personal shares. Because they're so happy they can't believe these products existed. How good they feel. Yeah yeah that's it at lea- shock van on you okay. This is from rick by wife. Thinks anal sex is only for gay man. I said read about it and see how many we have tried it and many women seem to like it if you take it very slow with. Lots of lube any suggestions. Oh so. his wife doesn't wanna do it. Yeah she basically saying she doesn't believe him she doesn't think anyone should do it. And it's not even true that it could feel good to A woman. I suppose still have i guess really two things to say about that number one. Is you know. Educate together but can be an sounds. Ki- he's trying right. I he said he said some really like keeping right. Slow and slippery you had it right there I think maybe like sharing. Some more information could be an idea or read together or offering Anal play in a dynamic. That's not penetration so like maybe some anal massage with fingers. So that it's like less pressure you know like that sounds more sensual than like. I wanna put my penis in your vet like maybe i. Could you know massage with my fingers and like.

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Jennifer Horn Was in a "Radiophonic Foursome" With Ben Shapiro

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Jennifer Horn Was in a "Radiophonic Foursome" With Ben Shapiro

"It true that you are in a radio. Phonic foursome with ben shapiro for awhile. Yeah so the story kind of continues on you know. I'm doing this national morning show. That was the first job that i had and really getting more involved in politics and kind of met up with with our big boss here at salem radio by chance at a christmas party for another radio station at the wabc christmas party in new york and allow people from salem to the wabc. Christmas party did that day. Intelligence mission was an undercover reconnaissance. It was that's what we were doing. we were spies. We were wired for sound but it was very funny so i talked to our big boss here. At salem radio fill boys and we had a great conversation he said i might be looking for someone. How far away is glendale from your house in los angeles and so i started filling in a bid. Now they went into a different direction. They have the show at three person. Show alicia krause. Ben shapiro and dip brian whitman and unfortunately for the three of them in two thousand sixteen none of them liked trump. And i really kind of i don't wanna say fell in love. It wasn't like a romantic love. But i really saw the appeal of president trump. From that moment that he came down the escalator. I knew he was tapping into something important. He had this. He had this message. He was brave enough to talk about immigration. Which i hadn't seen anyone in our party do before and as someone who lives in california. I knew this immigration problem was not only affecting us but the entire country and he talked about it and he wasn't afraid and he talked in a language that people could understand. And so i got it. And i would start talking about it on the show that i was hosting at salem radio the jenin don show up time. That's where we met seb when through. Don dick's my partner on that program and so the program director at the station said you know you've been doing some fillon here. Why don't you come in and just temporarily be a fourth person in the room. And so there were four of us on that morning show and three of them did not like

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"alicia" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"Safely celebrate and and not have to have these conversations after a holiday party. And i've had many clients i'd have had to so yes. And if you're in that situation watch our watch interview will at least thank you so much for coming on the show. This was so much fun and listeners. Hey remember i'm a business owner. To and when i have legal needs guests who drafted my contracts and handle my good work alicia because good lawyers hire good lawyers to represent them so not only. Am i a part of cpm. Carlisle padua murphy as a business lawyer. But i am also a happy client as well so Reach out to alicia if you have any questions or legal needs and alicia any parting words for audience before you go. My approach to my law practice is. I'm i'm happy to talk through the difficult moments with you. Because you know every business owner has them and when you have employees it can magnify certain issues And and it's really been a fun practice but but most important. I'm there to help my client absolutely well. Thank you again alicia. This was a lot of bud. Thank you. Congratulations you've just joined an elite club by listening to a full episode. You now officially on the negotiate. Anything team so welcome aboard what most team members do they subscribe to the podcast because that allows them to automatically get the latest episodes of the show. The best things in life lie on the other side of difficult conversations. Keep learning keep practicing and keep getting better. Your relationships will improve. Your career will soar. And you'll have the confidence you need to get the most out of these crucial conversations again. Thank you for joining.

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"alicia" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"So businesses can focus on everything else like running their business. Grow stronger with adp hr talent time and payroll exactly. I tell people all the time. It's the shorter the conversation the easier is going to be again. The more you go on the more likely it is for you to make a mistake the more likely it is for you to get off track and the more likely it is for somebody to see some vulnerability in what you said. Maybe you misstated a fact that wasn't perfectly stated but it's completely irrelevant to the overall outcome. Yes i just keep it short. He what is the famous phrase. Keep it simple stupid exactly for sure and listeners. Know that especially if you still listening you've gotten something out of this so make sure you leave a review and subscribe and if you liked this episode. Give alicia shout out. Let her know the reviews. So i think this is perfect. A perfect opportunity for us to transition into the second point practice because again we say okay. At least the sounds good. I'm going to keep it simple. I'm going to keep it professional. I'm gonna keep emotions out of it and then we go and performance we fall apart. So can you tell us a bit more about practice. Well i always you know. Sometimes people feel better with a script and that's not necessarily a bad thing. I personally not script person. But i do think that it's important to lay out a key point so you know if it's better to write out what you would like to say and practice at that way or if you can take some highlights you know We know that you engaged in behavior. This is a violation of our company policy here in accordingly. We need to issue discipline. You know x. Agency just very simple But again you know practicing in a couple of times and understand that you know even though you want to project control You know you can't control what the other person's going to do so the only thing you can do is control your stats. So like i said have a phrase ready to go that that you can fall back on in the event things..

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"alicia" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"Who want to learn more about the work we've done in the past and it's a great refresher if you've been the listener for a long time enjoy a lisa. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you for having me. Yeah it's great to have you another teammates on the show. so how. 'bout you get started by telling us a little bit about yourself and what you do. Yes alicia shaw i'm an attorney with carlisle patching and murphy and i do our employment law. We usually represent employers. So i'm typically on the management side and i do a lot of hr consulting a lot of counseling for our employers And and a lot of compliance work in terms of. What do i do when this happens. And and what happens. What do i need to do if you know someone makes a request for an accommodation just a lot of very basic Hr counseling and consulting. And it's a lot of fun antastic and so everybody in case you weren't up to date so i'm also an attorney at carlisle patching and murphy. Because i am a stereotypical caribbean american with multiple jobs. So if you need if you need legal representation in ohio we have you and you could work with alicia..

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"alicia" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Jessica desai's to start a tick tock account to help keep case in the public eye. Oh so she pulls a sarah attorney literally. So one of jessica's friends at church knew about sarah and how she turned to talk in her mission to get justice for her sister. Elissa and that friend suggested that jessica try the same thing and so even though she's naturally pretty private person. Jessica makes an account under the handle. Find alicia navarro today. She's racked up over two hundred. Fifty thousand followers in almost seven million. Likes when jessica was on sarah attorneys show in february of two thousand twenty one to talk about liza. She also talked about how her goals for her. Tick-tock have evolved. I mean obviously first and foremost she wants alesia home safe but also she wants to talk to other parents directly and tell them the things. She wishes she'd known before this happened. And that motivation. That is part of why we're talking about lisa's story today and just like when we talk about other dark topics like child-sex-abuse talking about online predators can be hard no parent wants to think about the worst of the worst of humanity having access to their children. The fact is that's the world we live in. Today oat for sure. And i know i've said it a couple of times in this episode already but as a teenager who's in this world of technology now and you know a toddler who's growing up into it and in ten years will be a teenager and the technology will be even more advanced and confusing for me. You know this terrifies me. I think a lot of parents can relate to this struggle of understanding that our kids live in this era of technology and have the entire world right at their fingertips and that's amazing and incredible exciting. But they're still kids who need guidance and protection..

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"alicia" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"I know you're always looking for more content so the audio chuck team has been hard at work to give you a brand new show. Check out our new ten part series solvable by audio chuck. A law enforcement. Officer and a genetic genealogist teamed up to solve one of mississippi's coldest cases. A baby doe. Who hadn't had a name for decades this past year. She finally got her name back. And the solvable team is going to take you behind the scenes to show you how that happened but when no one ever expected when they went into this was that in answering the question of who baby doe wise would open up an even bigger mystery with even more victims. Search for solvable by audio. Chuck wherever you get your podcast and binge all ten episodes right now. High crime junkies. I'm your host ashley flowers and i'm brett and today i want to tell you.

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Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis: Fleeing for Fear of New Ethnic Conflict

BBC Newsday

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis: Fleeing for Fear of New Ethnic Conflict

"The BBC is heard fresh reports of ethnic cleansing integrate T grain forces are continuing to extend their control of the region, prompting the Ethiopian government to abandon a unilateral ceasefire. More fighting is now expected in the west of Tigre, an area close to the water with Sudan from where our Africa correspondent Andrew Harding reports. Doing nothing for a young man is struggling to swim across the fast flowing Brown River. He's escaping the conflict into great Safely across the 18 year old tells us he was chased by another ethnic group, The, Um Harris, whose malicious still control this corner of Western to be able to get them. They know you were two grand. They kill or arrest you, He says the militias are everywhere. Within hours, I meet another group of four teenagers who just made the same journey. Some armed soldiers come home to home and they registered their means, and they sold them to leave home. Militia militia and their militias. I'm harem. Alicia's Yes, I'm on a mission. They gave us two days to leave home to to get out of former because we are immigrants. Like many others, these youngsters are fleeing Ethiopia's fast changing war into gray, a war that seemed to be winding down. That could well be just getting started. They've all ended up here on the far side of the river in neighbouring Sudan. The isolated Sudanese farming town of Hyundai at a Tigre and doctor is busy treating more new arrivals. Doctor terrorists to Farrah fled across the border last year. Now he sees clear signs. Of an upsurge of ethnic violence. So there is there is a new search of mass arrest. Thousands of people have been held in camps and with no food and no water, and particularly, they were being told that they are going to be punished by Hank punished by hunger and staffed. Word by

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"alicia" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Freaking out. But i'm sure. My blood pressure's lethal levels on takeoff and landing. Did you find out the approaches on the goddamn left. Don't have anything plan talking to in. That's in your mind. It's all in your mind your mind. You've been influenced got ya just put us runs on reiten and time. It was funny. Is that during. That documentary. Just played Captain the pitch down captain. Charlie's worse to make them sound like less of a person. Wow but he was screaming like a little. he's he was thinking about probably having a few scotch and waters and getting with some money barely knows and then he just wrong runway equipment. What where will this flight beef it now. This fly. Oh no suddenly. You're interested Well this was in mexico. City and western airlines flight to six zero five nonstop service nonstop service from los angeles to mexico city. I'm kevin charlie. I'll be your captain tonight. Oh you're kelly. i'm a god. Dan left though. I'm guessing everyone involved died. No just captain. Charles kept charlie. Everyone else walked away from having a weak heart. Moving luli liver now. It's not very nice. But there is a Somebody on Flight simulator two thousand hoops winter. Two thousand made a Bush nerlens twenty zero five crash. Demonstrate love when the happen. Yeah but they spelled demonstration d. e. m. i. s. trae shen demonstration administration demonstration. Half a demonstration right. Yeah precisely there was They did that recreation. For what was it fedex. Seven something the one where the guy broke into the cockpit and attack the pilot with a hammer maneuvers. Yeah so good. You're stick now really really good. Do you hear that one son was i. I've i've told the story i'd like five different episodes. There was a guy who was trying to kill himself. So his family insurance he worked for fedex hit on a fedex. Plane plane took off in the middle of the flight kicks. The cockpit. door inserts attacking the pilot with a hammer. Trying to fuck in crash the plane but the pilot is like special forces or some shit so he manages to subdue the guy with like half his brain hand of his head and then i think it was or maybe the co pilot was subdued him and then the pilot with abbas brain hanging out of his head like started to do vase of maneuvers in. Like a fucking free jet flying upside down and doing wild shit where there while they're both strapped in and he manages to land the plane and people said when they went in there. It was like a song movie like the entire cockpit was just covered in blood and everyone lived is fucking insane including half brain. Hampering pilot lived to tell the tale. Yeah fucking nuts really good. Cancel -mergency thing and please hurry. Well really good fedex. Flight seven zero five seven. Something in the air over memphis an excellent excellent. The new gets a die in memphis dying in memphis walk. 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Because of me keeps it this day waiting for you to return. Yeah really talk about poops. A lot on the show comes up off now. We don't we used to a lot more but he comes up fairly often firm. We're we're firming are now. That'd be in the top three podcast in the world's puke cast. Yeah sure what's your. Seo for cubes. Welcome to the pup- cast out talking about pubic hair. All different kinds. Someone's doing that for sure. Somebody's doing we're not number one. Somebody's doing a more acute centric. Podcast donald minute. There's no way mean people listening but there's no way somebody's gonna fucking pugh everybody. Welcome to the pm. Cast a episode. One this is sean kinda andrew. I'm home she called. The dog hit weapons. We're going to talk a little. 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"alicia" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"alicia" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Petrenko airplane. Please hurry well really good fedex. Flight seven zero five seven. Something in the air over memphis. Excellent excellent gets a die in memphis. Dying in memphis walk-in they play that. When you arrive in memphis near a we were in memphis. Really briefly. it was a bummer. We were they I don't know they still do it for a while. They were playing that alicia keys. Song me landed in new york. Oh no oh it. New was designed militia. Key song of it was beyond set. And i think it's alicia keys keys. They call her alicia keys. I don't 'cause she plays the piano conciously but he's kyi. Yes stupid hero. Name is alicia. smith better better name went to high school to high school with a total jerk. I said alicia. What are the release your keys because you play piano. And she said she said yes. And i was like. Oh fuck an attitude on her. Yeah how's the steely dan. She's like i think i was ever hear it. She's not really to my house keyboard. Heavy sound that sounds like a plot. The hey nineteen yeah well. We were both nineteen at the tom in highschool really dumb ass thirteen. No i was so smart. Were both already teachers. Don't wow that's pretty good. She pulled her skirt up. Oh my gosh said. I need i need inspiration by pubic hair. Shaved in the shape of piano key like it was like a couple whites couple Couple blocks not. yeah it was. It was real. Well she did it ourselves so it looks vaguely like a piano care and look like a and she's like. Do you want up. Tickle my keys and i was like oh boy i guess that i did with my tongue and she's like no one's ever done that before never ever then she's automaking piano noises it sounds like a catwalk keys coming. That's clone clean pink clown clean clunk to make the noise going clunk cling-clang clark and then she never talked me again. And then i won't. That i went to one of her concerts and i look. I was in the front the front row. Because i was like. Oh my god my friend. Alicia keys sitting on the bench and she had a leg spread while she was playing new york and she was getting into it and i looked over and she had the same pattern of cubes. Because of me keeps it this day. Waiting for you to return. Yeah really talk about pukes on the show so it comes up off now. We don't we used to a lot more but he comes up fairly often firm. Where we're firming are now. that'd be in the top three podcast in the world houbaras. Yeah like cassius sure what. What's your. seo for cubes. Welcome to the pup- cast out talking about pubic hair. All different kinds and someone's doing that for jokes. Somebody's doing we're not number one. Somebody's doing more centric. Podcast donna minute..

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