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"alissa" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

03:48 min | 6 d ago

"alissa" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"Welcomed nobody told me I'm Laura Owens. I'm Jan Black. Have you ever found it tough to communicate with others of a different age race, religion, gender or job function? Would you like to close this conversation gap between you and your boss? Coworkers employees, our customers our guest on this episode. Elicit Carpenter has advice on how to do just that Eliza is a workplace communications, expert and the owner. Owner of everything's not okay, and that's okay. where she provides training consulting and speaking services to organizations. She's also the author of how to listen and be heard inclusive conversations at Work Elizabeth. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me..

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Should I hire a graphic designer?

Side Hustle School

03:52 min | 5 months ago

Should I hire a graphic designer?

"Hi My name is Alissa and I am from Cedar Hills Utah. My side hassle is an online health. Coaching company called run life. I and another coach teach courses on weight loss race training weight training and overall wellness. Our course content is developed in house and we often find the need for custom graphic design for example illustrations of the body with certain muscle groups highlighted progress charts. Meal plans and worksheets. The problem is that I am not skilled. Held at graphic design. So my question is should I put in the time and money and learn to design myself or should I contract out. My graphic design means I want to leverage my current skillset but my path to income has a huge hurdle when I think of paying someone else to do all my design work. Thanks so so much for taking my question. Talk to you later Chris. Thank you so much Elissa so glad you're out there. Now when I think about this question it sounds to me. Like the design and illustrations. Needed here are pretty important. Like they're not secondary or supplemental critical to the process. And I don't think it's the easiest thing to learn to draw. All parts of the body with different muscle groups highlighted. All those things that you mentioned in fact it sounds pretty hard. Sounds hard to me. At least even though I know it's a hurdle to think about paying someone else. In this instance it seems like the right approach. So since you're just getting started hiring someone from a platform like or fiber might be the best bet and that can be very affordable. I'm almost certain you can find someone on the low budget there and to do so like here. A couple of tips about this go to one of those sites. Let's say it's up work and search for design or illustration in whatever you want to look for you'll have the option to only work with freelancers in the US or throughout the world and if cost is a big concern you definitely want to be open to working with someone from anywhere you can list your project project forbidding or you can look through lots of profiles and portfolios to approach the person directly in this case I would suggest the first option like listing. Your project opening it up forbids forbids so write a detailed description of what you're looking for the more specific the better come back to that then after a few days you should have a number of project bits and there you can looks your nc someone's portfolio begin communication. And you've already set up front where your budget is. That person has been a specific amount so all that should be pretty clear the best case scenario here Arup. You'll find someone you can work with for a long time and this isn't totally unusual. Like I know people that have found somebody through this pathway platform and gone on to work with them for months or years. However even if that doesn't work you should be able to solve your pressing problem without spending a lot of money? Here's one more thing that might help instead of trying to learn graphic design which is a profession profession of its own. I mean this is what people go to school for for years. You know. Learn to improve your visual literacy. Lawrence should be able to communicate better in terms of your preferences. What you're looking for the better? You can communicate both your initial direction and any feedback. That better results you'll see and also the lower cost you'll have something that I have had to improve proven over the years because I'm not a designer and the beginning I would look at something someone had done and I could tell you know maybe it was on the right track but it needed some more work for. It was the wrong direction entirely. And I knew that. But I wasn't good at communicating. Why and the more you can improve that? As I said the better results you'll see so over the years even though I haven't haven't developed any real graphic design skills I've been able to improve in terms of my ability to communicate what I like and don't like what I would like to see and so on. That will definitely help now last but not least even though I always say it's good to start by spending as little money as possible in the long term for a lot of businesses. I think it is important to invest in quality design in Web Development. It can make for much better user experience at least overtime and it allows you to level up so consider that as your project it's going

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"alissa" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

11:40 min | 5 months ago

"alissa" Discussed on True Consequences

"It was it was like over a year ago. And I'm like Oh big case update you know. I can't wait to tell you guys because they told me. And they said you know It'll be two weeks while we'll know in two weeks and it's been and over a year now so during that year I got to that six month point And this is last year before I started the podcast and I'm like I can't. I'm begging people to cover this like. Nobody is going to care about this as much as me. I was getting frustrated that nobody had the same passion as me. People that could have affected change. Change in this case and I was highly encouraged to start my own podcast. And so that's a big reason of. Why did it like what bigger push than for me to get yet? You know the case file which is thousands of documents thousands of documents and really put it all out there because I started reading through them and the the crap crap. That happened is unbelievable. Like the things that my dad said the things that the police to the fact that the FBI came into this case twice and asked why this wasn't being investigated vessel as a homicide. These are things that have never been explored So yeah I mean as much as I was out there you know pounding the pavement asking everyone to cover this case. Ah I really just realized I have to get this into my own hands and and go crazy on this and expose how insane it is. Because I can't expect you know someone else else to come in and put it on the line. You know what I'm doing is is a little risky it. It really hasn't been done before. I'm not outright accusing in my father. But I am pointing all evidence in his direction and laying it out but I. I don't think people understand how natural that is In terms of going through the case hey style like it all just points to wonder action so I do try to really rain. That in But Yeah I realized that if anyone was going to do it and make this happen and cause the biggest noise about it. It had to be me so hopefully it's working. I don't know if it's working with the police department and I don't know if it's working with with any of the bad but I think that you are getting some momentum at least you know from from the Internet for lack of a better word and some awareness which I think is huge has phoenix police. Communicated with you at all since last year. Oh Yeah Yeah we talk all the time Because because I'm always asking them extra questions or requesting documents or records And you know we do communicate about that case update and I'm always asking what's going on with it and There's been a little bit of movement there but nothing definite yet unfortunately the no we communicate all the time. It's it's insane so I don't think we we we flat out said this but maybe we did so. I think that it's your belief in and probably a lot of people believe that. Eliza is dead Ed and that it's as a result of probably some malicious intent from your father or militias action from your father. Can you talk a little bit. About what what those suspicions are that you have. I want you to give away too much. Am I know you still have more episodes of your show coming out but Anything that you WANNA share from that perspective with my listeners. In in effort to be fair there will be an entire theories episode on the PODCAST. where I go over everything right every type of theory that I can think of an asked people other other theories because I want to explore it like I don't think people understand like I don't want this to be my dad like this isn't option number one for me I would love if at the end. It wasn't him that would be amazing to not lose to people in my life But yeah unfortunately when you look at all the circumstance and you know history of my father's behavior you're in how what he did in. The past is very similar to what we all think happened to. A lot of people think happened to Elissa. It just makes the most sense And of course the the police believe this to there's there's no shortage of authorities really believing this And everyone the family as well. I was the last of all the kids to believe this. You know when I told my brothers they were kind of like. Yeah you know. We just didn't want to tell you I'm so much younger. I can't blame them Yeah the evidence really does point to that he was most likely involved. There's a few different reasons for that. Right we know that the note doesn't make a ton of sense. We know that a lot of evidence that should be there to defend. His Innocence. Is is missing. I if you watched all eight hours of this surveillance tape you have Avila's last day then handed overseas and clear yourself Yeah just just there's so much of that And of course you know. He's made statements. Like come to the deathbed. And I'll give you all the honest answers you WanNa hear. And he's offered to Give a complete confession Russian if the state agrees to give him lethal injection within ten days so really really indicative of being guilty in my mind But but yeah I think that even it being on the last day of school is very curious. you know when when children go missing today and they're in a school. You often find the Holden Assembly or at least acknowledge it to some point right. They'll say you know we understand that your classmate is missing. These resources are available to you if you need to talk And with listen Ghana. Last Day of school there is no room for that you know I. It ensured that no one was looking for her that no one was asking why she wasn't attending the tax class and he gave pretty much all summer for people to kind of forget about her. You know you're gonNA notice a lot. More of a classmates gone in the middle of the year versus not seeing them. After the summer. You know everybody loses touch over the summer just kind of what happens But Yeah I think that he picked her up out of early out of school early that day like he had in the past asked. I think that he went to sexually abuse her like he had in the past And that something went wrong or that. It was his plan all along. I do lean lean towards it was premeditated because of the no rate we. We have this note that we know wasn't all written on the same day which means it was somewhere before it will before it was left by. I heard whether that was in our fathers possession and he got pissed or I don't know But Yeah I think between the note and it being in the last day of the school. I think that this was very much planned Again I can't tell you if it was like something he had in the back of his mind and ready for when she was going to act up or piece he specifically was ready to do it that day but definitely premeditated And in terms of like you know what he did with the body. It's so hard to tell you know. You know like New Mexico. Dirt is very similar to Arizona. Dirty I would have to say it's dry and firm and packed and almost impossible to dig. It sounds the forest where you can like dig with your hands or whatever like even if I clawed for my life at the ground with my nails you would get almost nothing up you know in this desert desert ground. It's just so hard so there would have had to been a whole or there would have had been some type of digging equipment or multiple people not even just two people. I mean even without turnaround. That'd be a hard task to dig a hole in four or five hours Bhai yourself or even with two people out in the desert So yeah I think that had some of the curious spots. Are you know there was a mall near us about a mile away being developed meaning that I really want to get the building schedule. They will not respond to me which it's like granted. Yeah you don't WanNa be the mall like the dead body under it or whatever so I understand why that's not a smart marketing play But Yeah I would love to know what holes goals were open at the time because the way that these construction sites go is my understanding from my limited. Research is What they do is they use ground penetrating radar before they dig because they want to make sure that they're not hitting power lines or you know sewer pipes or whatever But once they dig. That's it so once there's an empty hole so anything can be put in there for cement to go on top of it they're not gonNA check again In addition to that you know my father also made dozens of phone calls about a specific area the of land in northern Arizona. I mean not to northern but I'm north of where we lived. There was being annexed by the city. He made all these calls wondering what was going on. It it was it being developed was being dug So yeah I think it's really curious but yeah overall I do lean towards That my father probably had something to do with it and that he had been planning it for at least sometime I think your point. It makes a Lotta sense you look for some place where there was already a a giant hole in the ground Especially for the sake of time and I think that those hours where he was unaccounted for from time he picked up Elissa and the time he picked you up could have been sufficient amount of time to do what he needed to do. If this was the case and you alluded to the fact that a lot of what you suspect him would elicit happened to her. Her had happened before with other members of of the family or extended family He's He'd been known for you. Know sexually abusing people near him so that it's not far off to say that this could have been all connected to that absolutely What can my listeners do to help support your cause? Yeah I mean first and foremost just share her story. I wish that there was magic recipe. That would make the police you something but it's just that slow build of pressure so please share this podcast. Share your favorite piece of content with whatever it is to share her story and talk about her Yeah I mean I have things like a go fund me for billboards and I have a patriotic I have emerged store and all that which is helpful but religious. Just share it. Just get the word out. I need the whole world screaming about this and I needed to happen fast. Oh please share well. Hopefully this help I definitely I would love to be as helpful as possible with you so I'm always happy to re tweet you and share everything I I'm heartbroken by the story and I hope we can. We can get some justice for her. Hopefully you can move onto maybe justice for other people or whatever you need to do with your life No pressure there. But let's start with justice for Elissa for sure I know that's a Hashtag as well. HASHTAG JUSTICE FOR ELISSA. So if you're listening to this and you want to share information about the case you WanNa get people informed about the case There's a lot of other crossover episodes on other podcasts. As well that you can listen to you just type in Sarah Attorney into your podcast catcher and you'll find I'm sure tons of episodes about her So by all means please share share share her story. And let's let's get the word out. We're not too far from Phoenix. So I'm sure there's a lot of people in New Mexico with connections in Arizona. I know I have some so yes please anything else. You WanNa say or anything else you want to share before we wrap this up No just thank you so much for listening to elicit story. I appreciate it it really does mean the world to me that people care and that's amazing you're amazing for carrying about people who are missing or You know murdered or don't have justice so thank you thank you Sarah. Thanks again for listening to to consequences. Follow us on social media on instagram and facebook at true consequences pod. Hello and on twitter at true cons pod. True consequences is hosted written and produced by me. Your host Eric Eric Carter London. Thanks for listening and stay safe New Mexico..

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Tech Firms Volunteer to Beef Up Presidential Campaigns' Cybersecurity

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:03 min | 5 months ago

Tech Firms Volunteer to Beef Up Presidential Campaigns' Cybersecurity

"You Tim the list keeps growing more tech companies stepping in to help protect presidential candidates from cyber threats KCBS in that bigger with a sly never report nearly a dozen firms are now saying that provide free or reduced cost service as right stand last week we told you about San Francisco based cloud flare announcing freeze cyber security tools to federal election campaigns now according to the Wall Street journal they are being joined by nearly a dozen other tech firms offering similar services to the presidential campaigns which are expected to once again be targets for hackers Alissa stars act with cloud flare tells KCBS we believe even the smallest campaign should have access to cyber security tools and to make sure they can protect themselves and campaigns in particular are it's really important for the democratic process to have them protected as we saw on twenty sixteen election that's when national security officials determine that Hillary Clinton's campaign was hacked by Russian agents the company is offering this cyber aid call it to eight civic responsibility but it's also good for business working for political campaigns gives the firm's visibility and possible future

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Tech Companies Volunteer to Beef Up Presidential Campaigns’ Cybersecurity

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Tech Companies Volunteer to Beef Up Presidential Campaigns’ Cybersecurity

"To more tech companies jumping on the political protection bandwagon KCBS is not bigger here live reports Silicon Valley says he wants to help presidential campaigns being threatened by cyber attacks to stand political campaigns expected to be even bigger targets for hackers than they were four years ago that's one of the reasons that according to the Wall Street journal nearly a dozen tech companies are now offering either free or reduced cost to cyber security tools to the presidential candidates so for us it was kind of a no brainer Alissa stars actors with cloud flare San Francisco cloud networking company we think it's so important that we are involved in the space and again this is one of the reasons why we've wanted to do it for a long time to the extent that we can help secure our democracy we're so happy to be involved in twenty sixteen Russian agents hacked Hillary Clinton's campaign leaking politically damaging emails this year cyber X. but say that type of high tech low risk attack is likely to be replicated by even more hackers both foreign and

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Do Animals Get Married?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

09:57 min | 6 months ago

Do Animals Get Married?

"On this. Podcast we take questions from curious. Curious kids just like you all over the world and we find answers this week. We're answering questions about how other animals think and feel oh and behave and how those thoughts and feelings and behaviors are the same or different from humans to help guide us through your questions is Alissa asset airy. She's a graduate student at a place called Yale University but she doesn't spend all her time in a classroom or even in a research lab for my job August. I study animal behaviour and I specifically I just study monkey behavior site. Go out into an island. All the monkeys live and I watch chunkys behave and interact with each other and try to make connections about how those monkeys interact with each other with how humans interact with each each other to think more about how monkeys about the world. What parts of how humans think about the world are shared with? How lucky about the world doesn't that sound cool? And we thought her background would make her a perfect guest for today's show. Not only that. But Eliza says she's really passionate about making sure kids in particular no they can do the kind of job. I'm she does because she had no idea. This was even a possibility when she was your age. When I was a little kid I loved animals so so much and bless my mom? She just let me have everything in house like. Just let me bring any animal She is definitely a huge part. Definitely Fed got into my obsession with animals. Learning about animals like So I had all sorts of bugs and anything that I could catch outside in the house and it wasn't until I was a sophomore in college. I learned that people study in behavior for a living their whole job. That's now that's my whole job and I think if I could've told my childhood self I would have been so stoked. Okay here's the first question. Analysts is going to tackle high nine names Giddy. I live in Tacoma Washington announced five years old and my question is do any kind of animal get married a lot of people. Ask Me Discussion when I'm working especially because I work with some of our closest living relatives which ktar monkeys and People WanNa know like to the monkeys have relationship serve. They have anything that looks like marriage. When you think about what marriages it's it's kind of an agreement between two people who that they're going to raise their kids together and they're gonNA spend their life together And I think we do see some aspects of these things in other animals so there's a lot of ritual in or like doing different sorts of Behaviors ears and when you're trying to like core someone So there's like dancing and you gift giving and we do see that in some types of animals. I'M GONNA Pause Elissa for a second in here when she says there are a lot of rituals in how animals decide to pair up. Do you understand why that might be a similar thing to human marriage. A ritual is a set of actions or activities that people do the same way in a certain type of situation so when people get married they often follow rituals or traditions in their marriage ceremonies. Now there are all different kinds of marriages but sometimes for example. There's a first dance at a wedding where two people getting married danced to a song they've picked out that's meaningful to them or maybe a bride has her hands and feet painted an intricate intricate designs with Hannah before her wedding in some weddings one or both members of a couple might stop on and break glass other times a couple jumps over. A broom is part of their ceremony. There are tons of different customs or traditions that people like to follow or not follow when they get married. But let's get back to non human human animals Elissa is noting than in many cases. Different animals have rituals that they perform like one or both of the animals who want to get together engage in dancing for each other or one animal brings gifts to another animal. That's not marriage but it is a way that the two animals pair up and decide to get together and have this sort of communication about what their relationship is going to be and like with humans. There are a lot of different decisions. They go into two animals deciding whether or not to get together In terms of marriage the agreement to spend your life with someone. I think we do see that. A lot of animals. Also the term in animal behaviour it's called monogamy which means to share the same space over some period of time and for some species. This will mean gene they live together. Arrays babies together just for like one year or one season but there are some species of animals that live in pairs for their whole life. We see this most commonly in birds some birds you might recognize for instance some species of penguins like the Emperor Penguin they are thought to mate for life. I I spend their whole life with just one other individual and then there are some other birds. Say Even I had to look up to. There's a bird called the hornbill that meets her life. The Albatross is another bird that meets relief pretty uncommon and Infineon's and reptiles like snakes and Salamanders and lizards although it happens happens occasionally or fish. We don't really see it in fish that often either and then in mammals. It's pretty rare to so humans are mammals but also monkeys McKie's dogs cats horses and we see it in one species of monkeys. They think that the monkey is monogamous for their whole life again monogamy means. He's a pair or a couple that stays together and in many animals. It means that they have babies together. But don't make or try to have babies with any other the animal sometimes that just means for one season or one year and in some animals they share a partnership for their whole adult life or for many many many seasons or years. I think that's most similar to how people think of human marriage or partnerships. They often last for a very long time right more even a lifetime but not always human marriage is a very complicated thing and you should talk to the adults in your life about the values that your family holds around marriage. Marriage is often about love but the actual act of marriage is a contract a legal or a religious document that two to people entering a marriage sign agree to and certain rights and privileges go along with that document. The government is sometimes involved. If you have a religion login and you follow that religion sometimes religion is also involved. So it's pretty clear that other than humans. No animals signed documents and have have actual official marriages so the literal answer to duties. Question is no animals. Don't get married but marriage isn't isn't the only way to love someone or to form a partnership so another way we could ask about non human animals and how they pair up is do animals love each other in terms of love it gets tricky because you break it down to something very boring and biological and not very like loving at all. This is true when you speak to someone who studies like what you would call love in humans to because one way scientists study what love is is by looking at human membranes and the changes in our brains and our bodies when we say we're feeling love so we don't actually know for sure whether animals feel. I love the same way. Humans do for one thing. Animals can't talk to us to tell us. And there are so many variations of love love for your family love for for your friend love for a romantic partner or someone you might want to marry or have children with love for your favorite hotdog. I'm joking that isn't really love or is it but also what you think of as love and what I think of as love might be totally different in our brains means so scientists have to use research to make an educated guess a hypothesis about what animals might be feeling so they study things. It's like brain activity. What kinds of hormones are chemicals in your brain and body change when animals or you do different activities or think different thoughts and and they studied those kinds of changes in animals to try to interpret things like could an animal feel love or feel different emotions? There are many animals that get a surge surge of a hormone called oxytocin sometimes called the love hormone or the love chemical when the animals are doing something like cuddling or playing and we certainly we have examples of animals doing things that look to us like love caring for their babies forming partnerships that looked like friendships. Maybe feeling very very sad when another animal they've been with dies or goes away now. It varies from species to species. I don't think anyone has done experiments to see if slugs slugs feel love but people have spent a lot of time trying to figure out if elephants love their babies and if dogs love US and again and while we can't say for certain that they do feel love we know that for some animals their brain chemical signal that they're feeling something and that that something looks similar to the brain changes in humans who are feeling love so I guess the best we could say is maybe animals feel love. Probably they feel something that feels like closeness or connection to each other.

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"alissa" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:30 min | 7 months ago

"alissa" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

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"alissa" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"alissa" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"Olisa violet dated phase banks and Jake. Paul Oh yes he dated before as banks and then she dated face banks and fees banks meat video with Elissa violet going after Jake Paul. Like saying he's just respectable Blah Blah Blah Blah fought before we get into it even more. Can you explain who phase banks even as for these banks is also youtuber. And he's like a Gamer type youtuber. Yeah thank and there's a hole in the gaming world he's the whole group of them's called face. Now he's phase banks. His real name is ricky. Yeah I like to refer to him as ricky from going forward Elissa Violet. Ah Very also popular youtube. Yes is like an wasn't team. Ten wasn't team former team. Ten Ben she was in the cloud house which is like a rival team team. Ten now she lives with Shantelle Jeffries. Woolsey Cindy Cindy Kimberley today and One of the most most are they live. They all live together and they call it the girls room. Yeah I mean that's just like which is a blast is a bunch of beautiful women in one house. They're all stunning stunning. Seems like a lot of fun. They're living the life and L. A.. There have millions of followers millions of Friday's seriously riches from Youtube. It's going great for her now but it was not going great for her. When she broke up with Ricky Aka phase banks? Somebody tweeted last night. How did you find out you were being cheated on? She quoted I was asleep upstairs with their dogs and he wasn't next me so I checked our guest house and caught him naked in bed with a random girl. Yeah then phase banks tweeted. I love you and Laviolette was having none of that because because she responded with text messages from him saying because he was like listen. I love you and then she said I love you. Did you love me when you were hooking up with a random horrid our home. Did you love me when you snap out of background. Vegas come fuck you when I was at dinner with you. He wrote Dude. What the Fuck Tuck is this? I always kept my promises she wrote. Did you love me when I was in Orlando for my cousin's wedding and hooked up with a girl on our bed. There's more guys there's more because asking for five months to help out with our dogs but you told me to ship them to my parents and our Hawaii in a whole lot Ohio because it was too much for you. Sorry there's so many but it's like out of order. Oh I think she deleted some. Did you love me when you texted that girl that you were on your way to hotel room at six. Am to get weird while I was sleeping next to you. Did you love me when you said Ed you were at highlight room. But I had your location. You're at a random apartment complex for two hours it so it goes on and then phase them any of them. Sorry but they're all out of order. Didn't move yeah whatever's going on but she so then he posted a whole hour. Wait sorry I found the rest of them okay. Did you love me when you broke into. My phone's did you love me when you smash in. The back of shod tells window of her car that she gave me. Did you love me when you fuck all the girls. I was worried about while we were dating. After the break-up okay that was that was okay. And then banks went and posted like screen shots of some notes on On twitter of his statement where basically it was also very long. I'm not GonNa read the whole thing of him. He started with like. Oh if I could list like all the things that Alissa did wrong but I'm not GonNa do that. Because we both messed up and really tried to glaze glaze over everything and just and just make it seem like they bolted things that are messed up that he thought they were like now in. Okay Place. 'cause they they broke up in July so he was saying like this happened a year ago and they broke up in July. And now it's all coming out now and that you know he'll he'll always love her always have have love for her. And it was corneas. Hell Kinda see. This is why I believe all of those things. laviolette wrote because first of all how do you make up all those. It's too much energy second because a lot of detail I feel like and maybe she did do some bad things to him. And maybe obviously there's two sides I restoring but I almost feel like if somebody mighty pissed you off to the point where they just blew up your spot that much and then they did harvey months later I would go. I would be like you did this this and this to me. It seems like he's he's guilty because he's not saying what she did and she just saying you know I love her like you know. We're moving on from this. Because he's clearly guilty. Yeah he clearly did those things right and he says like it's not as simple as who's right and who's wrong. We were having issues and I did something really stupid and hurtful like so he did fuck somebody in the house. No I know he he he I sure was cheating on her clearly. I just like the whole all things just insane and it's also one of those things where anytime you're like. Oh look I can name all the bad things that you did. But I'm not going to like right like brats because you're wrong and now you're trying to seem right not naming the things but it seemed like now Jake Paul Jumps in Jade's this is what I never got to say these days December thirteenth. So obviously this is. Here's a song coming out. Is A song see sing. Does He. Rap J. Paul had a few songs in his stay play fucked Jake. Paul Noah on Youtube. Have you never heard this song now. I definitely have but I didn't know this was like still something he was doing. And and but not only did he tweet that he tweeted it with a picture of.

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Iraq Prime Minister Says He Will Resign Amid Protests

Morning Edition

04:05 min | 7 months ago

Iraq Prime Minister Says He Will Resign Amid Protests

"Iraq's prime minister says he will resign the announcement follows a deadly day in Iraq with security forces killing dozens of protesters in multiple incidents this of course comes after months of protest in the country Alissa Rubin is covering this story she is the Baghdad bureau chief for The New York Times welcome back to the program thank you first I have to note that Iraq's prime minister has said previously that he would resign and he didn't is this resignation real yes and no he has to say he's saying this time but he is sending his resignation to the parliamentary is standing in the parliament in order to comply with the urgings of the US Supreme religious figures in that in Iraq in Najaf who have have the urge for movement and to do something to stop the bloodletting and the help satisfy the protesters demand the peaceful protesters demand question is what parliament does I think parliament what ultimately accepted but they need to have a they will need to have a caretaker leader and they will probably need that they may need a caretaker government it depends whether others resign I don't know if that will happen now what was the violence that appears to have prompted this second promise to resign well there was violence in in several southern cities but most notably there earlier in the week protesters burned the Iranian consulate in Najaf Najaf it's one at the shrine cities at the very holy place not a place sort of as violence and protests there have gone on there were at sixteen dead yesterday in more clashes there in Najaf which is also the home of where it just says she I in your shoes yeah correct so if he knows of real violation of kind of the spirit of the place as well as the expression of enormous frustration then and now the rear which is actually the not where our money was born not with the prime minister with one but it is working families from the deep root canals area there was a great deal of violence at least twenty four twenty five people killed now as I am now as I'm listening to you I'm hearing little clues to the broader situation here you mentioned that are running in consulate has been burned in one Iraqi city I guess that's because a major objection of the protesters is Iran's influence on their country as well as the general corruption of government right yes that is correct there is enormous resentment of the lawn will actually and and will end in promoting political parties who who are viewed as responsible for the corruption and then you mentioned another detail you said supreme religious authorities I guess we should be clear that the clergy in Iraq does not have a formal political position the way they might say across the border in Iran but they have a lot of influence have they been on the side of the protesters all along yes they have been on the side of the protestors they've been very explicit they do not want to give instructions they didn't today and their speech regular Friday prayer in sort of a message like that I like a sermon it's a sermon they they didn't check mark we we can't tell you what to do this is the Iraqi people's choice there been these protests against the government the government is pushed back there been cycles of violence but does that hasn't seemed to be much movement after the violence yesterday and this announcement to the prime minister's going today does it really feel like the the country is is changing I would be very hesitant to make that prediction there's a demand for real change in the party system a demand for change in the way the parliament is organized that means the parliament will have to vote for a law that essentially both most of the current parties either out of existence out of certainly out of

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"alissa" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"alissa" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Doc. It's the atoll that was really really drove. It honestly is the real question anyone's ever oh I say yes. Because since they started doing podcasts. I was dating this person for a while and it was like good normal and healthy and she. I heard all about it like right now I am. I go a little too busy but I would say a combination of like talking at Nauseam. nauseam about love and being in therapy was very helpful. Because I'm a little obsessive so I need to talk about things enough to like. Get it out of my head so to answer your question yes okay hi good skirt hold it sorry. Excuse me hello my name is Alissa. I love you too Ad Nauseam. I apologize as well apologize. Thanks I I love that my question is first of all. Thank you as a Fat Lady for all the you've done for fat ladies being I I feel better as a fat lady for what you've done fat lady. So thank you side known as a lady who fucks ladies. I'm elise that would like to fuck ladies but has not done so yet. Were you afraid the first time you did so if you were how did you get over it and fuck the lay that it was very hot in front of you.

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Many farmers feel unprepared for extreme weather

Climate Connections

01:09 min | 8 months ago

Many farmers feel unprepared for extreme weather

"Too much. Rain falls on farm fields. Crops can rot in the soil can wash away but with two little rain the plans can wilt in the northeast. US US both of these. Extremes are becoming more common for example in two thousand eighteen Pennsylvania had its wettest summer on record and then at the same time in September number it was like drought conditions in Vermont. And parts of Maine enriches expected to see more of that. That's Alissa white of the University of Vermont. She led a survey of almost two hundred fruit and vegetable growers about how they're adapting to. These extreme weather events has many are now planting cover. Crops was can reduce USA Rosen and helped the soil hold more water. Others are experimenting with new plant varieties or tilling. The soil less farmers are using a lot of different strategies. As yet the majority of growers still feel unprepared for the increasingly extreme weather. Many say they do not have the technical skills or the financial

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"alissa" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

12:02 min | 1 year ago

"alissa" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

"I'm Louis de as your host and founder of podcasts. Domination, run your guide. Let's go. First of all, thank you so much for your time to is, it's, it's really cool disconnect with you. I see a lot of cool stuff. Took a listen to one of the episodes yesterday about kind of what you're saying before. What you're listening to the lyrics of certain songs in how they really are kind of downplaying or just not respectful to women. So I thought that was really, really good stuff. And it's true Desailly your subconscious is always, it's, it's absorbing that stuff in its Italy mean impact you note or not so really have to be aware of it. Yeah it in. And you said it I because I can listen to that stuff in. It doesn't impact me anymore. It used to but it doesn't anymore because I have a sixteen year old son who listened to. I just want to stay in the know. And so we're always listening, and yet I don't allow it into my life. Like, I, I don't see at least, like, oh my gosh. This is some. Word the language they use. Right. But you know what I'm saying? I don't see a Lisa as that way. I can hear it, and I can disseminate it and let it go and move on. But there was a time when I could right? Yeah. You got the filters built in now at the filters built-in. So that was really, really enlightening. Yeah. Yeah. I thought it was good. This is good. This is real stuff, diving deep. You gotta listen to the keeling the key going a good on. I saw that when I was okay. I got it wasn't that one next. I actually. We actually just got a M on Instagram from a husband who's like embarrassed to say this, but I never knew you could do this for guys. Like, that's he just didn't know in, in what, you know, you're not going to be able to actively pursue in make your sex, life better. So he like I've been doing it for a week. And he's like, I'm going to tell you, it's working. We were like, yes, I do that is awesome. Yes. I'm listening to that one next. But I guess to give for those who are the abide this time you've already heard the intro about Tony his podcast with his wife. Alissa Eliezer Eliza. Lisa late. It's one Lisa alia. Lisa. And just all some of the awesome stuff you guys have accomplished over the nine years, Greg for wrong. But it's been nine years since since you started. Correct. January two thousand ten. Wow. Wow. So I wanna obvious you've over those years whereas ask you, have you, did you think you were getting to be in the impact casting this long. No, no. No, not at all. You know what when, when we got into podcasting and they was coming about. It was is in timeframe when blogging was really big. And what something that Leeson? I really realized early on that we were not bloggers in the sense of writing and sitting down and having to put all your thoughts down into words was really difficult for us, especially in the subject matter of marriage and sex emotional, intimacy. Spiritual intimacy you, there's so many nuances. And so you lose a lot in words. So we were getting frustrated, and we had a business coach and he's like you know what? There's a sinkhole podcasting. It's been out it's, it's really cool. It's like being on the radio. But you just do it on your own time. And we're like sweet. And that's where we learned about it. I got on board. I was like this is great. I could just talk and not have to. Right. Right. God. All involve hired. Podcasting coach at the time, set me up gone. All the things and I tunes ready. And ordered the equipment in the equipment sat for three months like the most expensive doorstop. We had in a time when we really didn't have a lot of money as it was. And so, Finally, I decided as I totally sound like are we going to do this, or something, like, what are we doing? I think we have a story to tell I don't know how it's gonna look and how it's going to hell. It's going to go. But let's just do this. And in her mind, she's told the story, many times, now, she's like, I figured I'd give him ten fifteen episodes, and then we'd be done. I can't believe that the debit the episode by leave it alone. You know, bell Bellas her top cross, like ten fifteen episodes. We'll be done and we'll move on. And it'll all be good. Oh my. Oh my well today, guests given overview. I definitely want to cover your nine year journey on definitely discuss before kind of what's gone. Right. What hasn't would he be tried yoga, a plethora of wisdom and knowledge from actual in the ground in the trenches experience? And which is something I mean, I, I only have three or four years into this business. So, like, yeah, I think I've come a long way, but I haven't come a, a fraction of what you've come a helpful much travel. How much you've you've progressed? So that's that's knowledge that's gained over years and not through reading blogs. And so I had highly. So, yes, I guess you could kind of kick off things. I mean, could you talk about a little bit about like what is working right now to bring things up to speed with you? I know we've met. You're doing series which are awesome. I recommend series in starting to do the myself. So, yeah, I guess just dive in there and we'll kind of reverse the time machine from there. Yeah. That sounds good. I like that. So what's working now and I, I wanna I wanna bring it up from two sides, one from a content side in one from a. Distribution side of I think those are two like those are two big places that we got to talk about because content is content. And so the number one thing that's working now is that Leeson I have committed to doing podcasting for nine and a half years. At the end of the day, that's what it is like we omitted doing something, and it's bearing the fruit. Now, we didn't start this with the large audience. We didn't have an audience at Lisa and Tony were a couple that had been married at that point in time, like thirteen years on doing the math correctly. So we didn't have an audience, it was just Tony and Lisa. And we wanted to do something so one thing that's working now in the distribution side of things is honestly the ability within hosting platforms to get your podcast out back in the day, we I used to personally like go through podcast directories in every single directory that I thought was new upcoming or whatever we'd have to apply for basically. Yes. Mid our podcast. Now it's on the hosting level. So whenever your host, and I personally use Lipson and have used them for many years didn't start with him. We self hosted years and years ago. But now. The rate in the size we are. I can't do that, when I'm glad I don't because hosting is great. I go in. They have a place where I can look at distribution who we signed up for boom, I heart radio where on Spotify were on Pandora came to us. I'm on it radio dot com through Lipson on it get everywhere. You can cause more you can be the more. They're gonna find you don't freak out like just be out there. So that's outside from the content side and also on a distribution side, because of one of your shows and you talked about doing overcast. Yeah, I did jump on overcast. Okay. And so I've done three ads at this point in time and will most likely jump back on here this summer a little bit cool to see how it's going. But for us, it's working out pretty good. I'm I'm really impressed with our views are taps and our subscribers a good. The only thing I'm. Unable to see from there and maybe using this as well as well. Those subscribers. How long do they stay do? You know. So that's the harder part for me directly at saw Duff part. Yeah. Do they say did not maybe ask adding, like Where'd you find us to a to a opt inform? Or maybe a list, they urinate me. You might be able to find out those people came from some overcast, but it's not hit or miss, right? But yeah, you're right about that. That is one one floor like they haven't really fleshed out yet. Yeah. And so for us just from a subscriber standpoint, I mean three ads. The first one was in kids and family. We had an eight point three percent subscriber rate is on the second one was religious spirituality. We had a six point one percent subscriber rate. We actually had a higher tap rate in that one. But I think once you get to the show, there's a little disconnect, but I also we love getting in there in disrupting some folks that what they supposed to be. So that was good. And then the last one we did was again, kids and family, and we had another seven percent subscriber from what I've seen that's good. I mean, I had a three point six or something off, you know, so for thirty days so that you'd be. Personally I'm like, wow, that's great. So we're just sort of looking this time of year, you know, the, the show ebbs and flows. So we understand downloads are going to start coming down a little bit throughout the, the summer months, which they do want school shorts. I begin. We'll have spikes, really. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Because because families in marriages in particular this time of year, you got vacations, you got family coming over? You have barbecues, you have all these things. And so you just basically put on the masks to look good right now to hold it altogether. And then when the fall hits and the kids, get back in school that's when things start to unravel a little bit. Wow. You're just sort of staying busy with the summer activities. Yeah. So it's interesting to, you know, now, like ebbs and flows of your own downloads. Right. You know, like what? Hey, I know people are going to be looking for podcast like this, and that. I mean I talked to that a little bit in terms of content, like how do you structure your content throughout the year with the knowledge that you have? Yeah. Op. Disease is not everybody in a year one, they don't have this, but you what have you learned. So one thing we have done and for us personally, so we do to emphasize a week now that is something new for us prior to that we would just drop on every Tuesday, and it was it was the ebben flow of our week as a married couple, or we'd hear from others in the one family, and we bring up, what they're doing. We've loved that a lot of it. Our tagline is sex love and commitment. A lot of that is sexual intimacy were talking about those areas of sex, folks. Don't want to talk about outside of, of our sphere. And so we really like to hit that now with this Thursday, drop episode that's all series based. So what we're doing a lot more because when we used to just have the one episode we'd have to try to hit everything like we'd have to go. All right. Let's talk about sex. But then we gotta talk about finances a little bit. We need to talk about recreation. The ones Missy so emotional. So we're trying to get everything in in for me. That was like, no people are coming to us to talk about sex. Yeah period. So you need to have so a month at least on sex. Right. Sometimes we wouldn't in so with the series base, it really helps us to, to cover the other intimacies in death. Instill keep sex on every day or almost on every Tuesday. Got it, Steve Dedic. You've identified like what really gets my, my audience listening and made mid a dedicated dancing. That's really cool. Yeah. You just got that from feedback. Right. I mean like for you where has been the biggest feedback people emailing. You DM's that Facebook group, everything. Yeah. At this point time. It's everything. And so really though when we look at it, there's really two areas that we hear from the most, let's talk about sex.

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"alissa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"alissa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The mass shooting nearly a year ago that took the lives of seventeen people including her friend Alissa Al had deaf at story core. Maya sat down with her mom. Remember, I saw everybody running in every direction and in the blink of an eye. Everyone was gone. I remember being thrown into RTC room. And I was told to go the back lay down. So you didn't know yet? I don't think anybody really knew I was on ten percent. And dad was texting me. He said what's going on? I said, I don't know. Do you see police said no idea, and he said are you out of school? And then my phone. And we were fighting that morning. I don't remember why I remember being like my mom's vowed at me like I'm never gonna say, I'm sorry. After swat came into my class. They had us run with our heads down in our hands on our heads. And don't let your right don't deliberate. And obviously if somebody tells you not to do something near a bunch of teenagers. You're going to do it and the doors were open and their backpacks all inside, and it was read in like everything was a mess when you say red meaning. When I saw you, and I was able to touch feel hug you. I remember just like not wanting to let go. What was your experience when you finally saw us? I didn't really think like I'm so glad to see you. I just wanted to me. And I remember we went home, and I was texting Elissa. And I was like where are you are you? Okay. And listen over texted back. So I was just pray, please. Let her be okay. And. She was it. How did you feel about sending me back to? I remember just feeling so uneasy. And he decided to go in by yourself at our remember thinking. How brave you are. I could talk to my creative writing teacher about things that I couldn't talk to you about because she understood everything I mean, she got she got shot. How do you think the shooting affected your ideas for the future? I don't I didn't really think about that. There's a possibility that I wouldn't grow up. You know, there was no possibility that maybe I I my diet fifteen. But like when I saw some of my friends, did it was just like I have a life. And when I wanna do something to feel worthy seeing what you went through in this past year and seeing how you're sort of working through it.

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"alissa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"alissa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of jot pom poms down. I wanted to be running the show the girls on the ground all that stamped, and I remember distinctly, but by pirates to that were towards the front of the parade 'cause we were okay. Six or seven the lineup and the pirates were in front of us. But before we had gotten started they were kind of walking back and forth. And that's a lot of times. That's what happens you you've got people before the parade starts because people are there for hours. Okay. Parade doesn't start until I think what to thirty something like that. And and people get their like eleven eleven thirty in the parade. So they're they're standing around for a long period of time. They walk around. They like to see who else is there. They like to meet people do all that kind of stuff. So so the pirates before the parade were walking around Mosey around in very bright got like a tire two that I distinctly remember pink and bright purple and green I'm trying to remember right colors. Okay. Very elaborate higher-quality towards the front than I had to seen them pass by. There was nobody. Who tried to stamp any of us? So they I remember because it's not like they really asked like, oh can do you want to stamp of here? I've got a for you, and like slap it on their arm. So me and myself and another girl Alissa who's the captain of the team. Really, what does that stand? Sure. God forbid. It says something that you can't. Yeah. These pirates. They didn't ask you if they could stamp you. They just came up to you and to stamp deal. Wasn't a big deal for us because they're stamping your hand or your shoulders. Okay. So it wasn't anything. Inappropriate. Nobody got stamped in the breasts. Like, no one got to the brats. Nobody got any their top pulled down. I didn't think anything of it really until hearing the story. And now, it's I'm growing connection. Would you say, and this might be pure speculation? Maybe you actually sell them. Do it were they drinking? I couldn't tell you. Yes. Or no I serve, but we'll some of them some of the pirates had beers line. Yes. I around there. You know what? As a matter of fact. Yes, they had at least one of them had like it. What would you call when like the bullets? You're in the army is. Yeah. I know what you're.

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The story of Reuben Foster's arrest

Under The Hood

03:18 min | 1 year ago

The story of Reuben Foster's arrest

"This. But foster was arrested in Tampa Florida on Saturday night less than twenty four hours before the forty Niners faced the buccaneers Tampa police said foster and a woman were involved in a verbal altercation and at foster slapped her phone out of her hand pushed her in her chest area and slapped her with an open hand on the left side of her face. Police said that a one inch scratch was observed on the women's left collarbone according to the arrest report. The woman pressing charges against foster on Saturday nights incident is Alissa NS with whom foster had been involved off and on with for three years. It wasn't their first domestic incident on October take it February eleven let's go back there on February eleventh he was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence. Since and possession of an assault rifle a loaded sig Sauer, five sixteen rifle was discovered in on a bathroom floor. The domestic violence charge was dropped in may when NS recanted. Her allegations that foster and hitter, but foster pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor weapons charge. It was given two years probation and banned from possessing guns during this time. So it goes on to say in this piece that in addition foster served a two-game suspension to start the season stemming from an arrest for misdemeanor marijuana possession in January. He was a first time offender, and he also says that he also failed a drug test in two thousand seventeen at the NFL combine was sent home early after getting into a heated argument with a hospital worker. Foster was considered a top ten talent. But of course, his off field issues medical concerns. He dropped down to the thirty. First pick foster who's twenty four was arrested at nine ten local time Saturday and booked in the county jail eleven eleven he was arrested rather he was released Sunday afternoon on a two thousand dollars bail Reuben foster that is the conversation. Now, let me dig a little deeper here. The reason why I'm telling you this story about Reuben foster. Is because the woman that is that I talked about here. Miss NS quantum Josina. Emerson this is not necessarily his girlfriend or his wife is just someone that he's been involved with. That's number one. Number two. Is that the first time around? She did not press charges. I just read to you that she decided that no this was a domestic incident. But she said, no she regained her allegations that foster at hitter and then foster pleaded no contest to the weapons charge. And now this happens again. You said what I just told you that knocked the phone out of her hand she's talking about some kind of violence is happened to a push in her chest slapped her with open hand on left cyber face. Police said that one inch scratch was observed on the women's left collarbone. Okay. So that's that's the

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"alissa" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"alissa" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"I'm just throwing this out because you were in love with this girl when you were a kid because she was on TV, she's in Los Angeles, you're in Los Angeles and she's been on the news lately. You are dating Alissa. Milano, why. Emma close. Wow. Okay. Number two. A dummy number two real. I mean, come on this is getting really obvious on TV. You're on dancing with the stars. You flirt with his judge. She has said out loud. I love you Bobby on national television. Your dating caria Naba. Wow, solid gang. Wow, you're ranking is really fantastic as we close. So now I'm not saying that for entertainment purposes only. It's really fantastic. Okay. Number one. Okay. A number one, I I didn't believe this and the very beginning. I was very doubtful on this rumor, but now I saw you guys almost kissed three times while you were dancing, it's no doubt your dating Sharona. Doubt you'd think in your mind that no doubt I'm dating my dancing partner, no doubt. I mean, come on a rubbing noses. You're about to kiss three times on national television, your dating your partner, you don't have any time to date anyone else bones. This is it. Okay, then my right. I'm not telling you right. Right. Every like I'm just going to break go. Yeah, you're right. And they go, oh, sorry. I mean to say that. Okay. Well, that's your current list this week. Well, thank you. I mean, give me a two, three, like give me something like one is really strong to are crazy. Like give me something no. Now I'm not going to just I would have told you dating before anyone else on the show, and you chose not to hear it. Do you really wanna know now, gas, of course, I'm the only one that doesn't know. Yeah. Too bad too. Bad lunchbox you tell him or no? No, absolutely not. All right. There you have it. I shall play Dylan Scott. My girl here on the Bobby bones show, and the reason I don't share because that's not there yet. If it ever gets there, everyone will be the first to know on the show. It's time for the good news..

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"alissa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"alissa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Those celebrities behaving badly of earned a nickname on the Colleen and Bradley show on that name is D bag, presenting Lord and lady deuce bag. Of the day. I'm doing it. So here's the deal. There has been a thing happening that we have been talking about just want you guys to no kidding. We're not gonna talk about it. But what we are going to talk about is what we're talking about it. Hold on. That's mine. There you go. We're not going to talk about it. But we are going to talk about is the fact that there was somebody notable in the audience of that thing that was happening that we aren't talking about her name is Alissa Milano. Oh, yes. She's an actress you can talk about exactly. So I'll listen Milano was there. She was invited by somebody that we won't talk about to be there to witness the thing that we won't talk about right? Talking about. Now, Alyssa Milano was there because she has been a proud supporter of the metoo movement. She has shared her own stories of sexual assault. And she was there kind of as a as a are you, okay? Was the box. Anyway. So she was there, you know, really to lend her support. Well. The reason why I'm not she's not the D bag. Okay. D bag is the people of the social media. Who were watching the thing that we're not talking about? And keyed in on a list of Milano and decided to make it an opportunity. Shame her for the outfit. She was wearing though. That's that seems like a really smart move. So if you're keeping track we the thing we weren't talking about had a little something to do with how a woman was sharing that she had been treated. And maybe it was something that people have in history said things like, but did you see the way she dressed, or you know, she made herself available for that type of treatment, right? Yeah. But we're not talking about that. But we are talking about is the fact that Alyssa Milano was wearing clothing in the background and internet trolls keyed in on that and asked or had opinions about it. For example, they were nicking her for showing the fact that she has breasts, which does usually just sort of like or there are there.

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"alissa" Discussed on Half Size Me

Half Size Me

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"alissa" Discussed on Half Size Me

"No, you're. Hello and welcome to another episode of the half size me show. I am your host, Heather, and this week I have a really great guests for you today. I have miss Alissa with us. She is a half size, we community member, and in this episode she's going to discuss how she learned in her journey. She needed to begin to double her protein and start lifting weights to get to her goal. Wait and see her body composition change. She also shares how she had to give yourself permission to be happy with her weight and knock continue to pursue more weight loss. That's a hard one for so many of us, and she shares how her mindset has changed about the process of losing weight and keeping it off by being kinder to herself. Elissa is really crushing it because she is really good at collecting data. She actually did a post in the community forums which I've tagged many people on. I even shared it in one of our webinars about how she found her. CD e what process? She went through, how she stayed on on point for him was more than six weeks collected some really great data, put it all together almost in a scientific way which of course I loved. I love it when people spreadsheets together collect data and they're like actually very logical and analytical about it. So I, I love that about Eliza. She brings some wonderful things to the community, including some awesome protein recipe. She's been sharing some of her yummy protein recipes in there right alongside myself and other members that are sharing. So we would absolutely love to have you join us. We're going to be opening our doors on October. The second we stay open for about twenty four hours. If you would like to join us, you can just get on the waiting list and I just want to let you know in the month of October in the forms, we're going to be doing a challenge thirty days to better habits. We're going to actually be talking about how to build habits in how to identify keystone behaviors to attach them to. To how to know if they're actually being successfully executed, what steps to take after that mine challenges, they're kind of like courses. We're, I'm constantly trying to teach and educate and help everybody tweak. So the back to basics, what ended up happening is a lot of learning happened in their people are like, oh, I thought my basics were this, and I realized I wasn't hitting it and we had to refocus session. So when I really wanna do is educate, I wanna help and educate. So when I do these challenges, I put a lot of thought into them. And I think if I was doing some kind of a college course or long distance course, how would I structure it? And so usually there's an educational part in a video series. We then check in each day, people share what they're learning and how they're modifying. I love that. That is what I'm all about. And I saw so much good learning happening in the thirty days of why. Now this thirty days back to basics, and I'm super excited about her upcoming one which is going to be thirty days to better habits. So if you know you need help with these things. That's what we're in there doing. We're helping each other members or helping other members. It's awesome. All you have to do is go to house is.

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"alissa" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"alissa" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"This the five time award winning majority report. We are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage Gewandhaus canal. The heartland of America downtown Brooklyn USA. On the program today. Alissa quart. On squeeze why our families can't afford America. Also on the program. Donald Trump threatens Iran, it has nothing to do with Paul manafort's trial, which starts in just a day or two. Carta pages fides as docs released. Devon Nunez seems to have govern Nunez probably. Meanwhile, Brett Cavanaugh has a Brett cabin off probably. And a poll. Shows no shit. Republicans loved Trump. Properly announces a leadership bid in the democratic caucus. Donald Trump upset that North Korea still has nukes even after he pretended they were going to get rid of those things. And a Trump administration loophole now makes it much easier for the US to sell weapons killers of civilians. Mike, sir, which and his squad of white supremacists and cheerleaders of white supremacists. Get the guardians of the galaxy director. James gun fired for ten year old tweets that we're already deleted. And lastly, Barbara, let talion the Massachusetts state Senator running for congress. Now, Massachusetts who duped Fox News into airing a rebuke to Trump and his kidnapping policies will be joining us for a brief talk on how she managed to pull that off all this and more on today's program. Yes, ladies and gentleman. We are. We are loaded for bear, and I look, I'm just going to touch on this briefly and tomorrow we're going to do some news. I'm going to cover this Sern of each thing and, and frankly, I'll probably talk a little bit more. We'll we'll may. We may touch on James Comey's. New role as a democratic political adviser. He's so messy. He's very much, but. For those who didn't hear. And I heard this late. I was off Twitter until I don't know. Saturday night, maybe it was. I was so low with the the kitties. And so I try not to engage on Twitter because that's it's like quicksand from me. And if I take one step, I'm I am. I sink even deeper, and then I'm then all of a sudden my kids are looking at me going just looking with a y expression on their face, but apparently this director, James gone who I've I'm not familiar with back in the day, used to fancy himself a provocateur and a comedian, and just wrote a bunch of nasty, not terribly good jokes. In some instances, I don't know. I didn't even see them in context, but out of context, did you know they're not particularly hilarious or anything other than crude? Apparently he'd already deleted these a long time ago. Nevertheless, he was fired by marvel and Disney. When my son of each and Jack pro Subiaco. What how do you? How do you Sobia? Are you sure that? I think he you pronounce it bumble Jack bumble Jack bumbled jazz. I have to. I have to concede. I've never run into him on bumble but I don't have mine set for philanderer 's anyways. But look, the gist of this is one does not need to defend..

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"alissa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"alissa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are having a hard time staying middleclass we talked with journalist alissa quart author of the new book squeezed and we hear from frank newsome who sings acapella hymns in a style that's one of the oldest american music traditions he's a former virginia coal miner who now has black lung disease join us weekdays at two on ninety three point nine fm wnyc this is morning edition from npr news i'm noel king and i'm steve inskeep what is president trump trying to say about judges and due process over the weekend the president wrote on twitter that he wanted to deport migrants without referring to judges or courts i at a campaign style rally last night the president tossed aside proposals for more immigration judges to hear deportation cases we have thousands of judges already so if a person comes into a country steps one foot they take the name they bring them to court they then release them they go into the country you never see him again it's the craziest thing i've ever seen so i said today i said today i don't want judges i want ice and border patrol agents sounds straightforward what's hard here is matching the president's statements with basic facts let's recall the constitution requires due process for anyone in the united states including a migrant yet some migrants are swiftly deported without seeing judge already theresa cardinal brown worked on immigration policy in the administrations of presidents obama and george w bush and she's now at the bipartisan policy center she's in our studios.

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"alissa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"alissa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Swath between los angeles and washington dc new york that it's just no they don't know what's there doesn't exist so they created this group it's an anti gun group called no no guns it's not called that but as ron carter because it's funny the no gun people and they decided because they i guess they needed someone to be the face of it so there looking around and they thought gosh who could we get who knows nothing about guns nothing about gun law and is so hostile big because she because somebody who is so insecure with what it insecure with themselves and their ability to actually speak on anything substantial that they immediately become hostile when challenged who could we give for this and so they thought and they went around and they are asking their other celebrity friends and guys they got the cream of the crop here the corey of the crop creme de la creme they decided to get the chick who is in charmed what's her face alissa milana they got her so i mean you know acting gigs it's tough what i what i find funny by the way and i just have because you know all those people including this psycho dude who i've never even met who lives in la who tried to act like he knew me and used a tragedy to try to get attention for himself and then some of my friends were telling me that i disguise who said that i tried to pitch a sitcom which never happened because there's no amount of money that will make me reality tv no fence anybody in reality tv it's just not my thing but he's like failed screenwriter guy who was desperately trying to you know whatever to get his name out there and he decided to actually claim he just a ski dude right and everyone was like oh the reason that you're in politics is because you didn't make it in hollywood even though i never wanted to do anything in hollywood but no one says anything i guess if you fail in hollywood and you try to do something in public policy and you don't know anything about it which i think is funny so anyway they gotta listen milano who immediately i guess winter barney's and got the most proletariat looking pair of combat boots she could afford and you know because that's what all people wear when they go.

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"alissa" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"alissa" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Okay hold on a minute 'cause i wanna go opt in for that right now i on a happy event freely lightly as a key has new now a building i will be getting my hands on that i can guarantee that well luckily you know me all centreright ever to you personnel tach i love it i love it a note today were going to cover the top five ways to use social media for your business i'll tell you the five strategies i think this is probably the best way to approach it will talk about the five strategies and then we're gonna tackle each one in detail so number one is visibility getting known and connecting with influencers right number two is provide value to drop people in to learn more and see you as a trusted resource so showing up we talked about this in the last episode with alissa rushton right where consistency showing up that is how you build that trust number three as grow your email lest bring people off from social media to become email subscribers number four engage people can act with other people right think of social media as like your neighborhood this is where you're connecting with people having conversations and it's intended to be social right and often we forget about that because we're so focused on it being a marketing to all that we lose this social aspect of social media and lastly number five is promote you are paid programs and services on occasion we're going to give you a really good strategy on thus and you have to remember though that social media as should not be your main focus for promotion because you want to focus more on the first four strategies that i just outlined and then the rest will fall into place versus important to know your nation and tune in to what they want to know about so you can share content they'll appreciate right and share we want wanna make sure that what were sharing with them is also content laid like to share with others.

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"alissa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"alissa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"One by one victims of the school shooting in florida are being laid to rest fox's rob schmitz is in parkland where services were to students were held yesterday metal pollick a senior here at this high school was opened to go to uh go to college here in the fall in nearby boca raton she was laid to rest as was fourteen year old alissa i'll of who wanted to be an attorney she was also a soccer player adding to the sorrow the admission by the fbi that a crucial tip wasn't followed this rock solid lead had come into their tip line about six weeks ago uh talked about nicholas crews about his gun ownership about all of these things that could have led to this and that lead was never passed on to the miami field office the caller provided information shen about cruises gun ownership desire to kill people and the potential of him conducting a school shooting the agency says protocols are being reviewed a funeral in chicago for police commander paul bauer who wore the uniform for thirty one years he embodied integrity honesty selflessness perseverance humility a strong faith and perhaps most importantly a great sense of humor police chaplain dan brand bauer was shot and killed tuesday while chasing a suspect in georgia another funeral for locust grow police officer traced maddux who was also gunned down in the line of duty the white house says the indictments of thirteen russians for allegedly meddling in our election proves one thing no collusion between donald trump his campaign and russia and also i think this is important to it did not affect the outcome of the election whatsoever deputy white house press secretary hogan gidley russia is dismissing the charges fox news.

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"alissa" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"alissa" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"House of representatives about ready to hold the fbi in contempt of congress along with the department of justice are you kidding me what's last on that happen i know the house of representatives held at one of uh obama's uh uh attorney generals and eric holder in contempt for lying to the congress but this never happened before so he got the congress far enough the doj and the fbi and the fbi going after the congress going after the president in the meantime the media as his hair on fire and we have four pending indictments against paul manafort in rick gates for money laundering and we have other indictments against george papadoc and michael flynn none of which are related to the campaign of trump for the presidency none of which are related to russian collusion papadoc alissa was charged with uh with digging up dirt on hillary than lying to the fbi about what he did and michael flynn the best they could come up with with him with all other wiretaps and all the interviews and said he lied to the fbi about his russian contacts nothing to do with collusion that began the end of december i'm losing my mind let's continue coming up later will be wayne allyn root live from los vegas also the stock market is a close to 25000 bitcoin's or costa 12000 it's unbelievable what's happening the market was up foreigner points went down picked up three hundred more points next week suppose liz going to go up even higher so i have a nate nathan back rock will be here from simply money who's spent many years on cnbc to talk about the the stock market the house plan that senate plan and a conference committee efah ecovert conferees going to begin meeting tomorrow have line becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven four lines are open eight six six six.

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