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"amy padilla" Discussed on Love Letters

Love Letters

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Love Letters

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Love Letters

Love Letters

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Love Letters

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Household Name

Household Name

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Household Name

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Household Name

Household Name

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Household Name

"I did a search for Arthur Conan Doyle, and so whole bunch of titles. Come up like the adventures of Sherlock Holmes, the hound of the Baskervilles the sign of the four etcetera etcetera etcetera, but also the adventure of the cardboard box. So I clicked on that. And then on the kindle direct publishing site. There were some instructional videos. Does it make sound? Yeah. It does sound. Welcome to Katie p jumpstart a guide to publish this crap to me up. And I think you're gonna think this is funny too. But the actual book that the kindle direct publishing like welcome video that explains how to make a book the example, they're using in the template is pride and prejudice. So they're basically like, here's how you would make a copy of pride and prejudice. If you were doing that. I set up an account on kindle direct publishing. It's like linked to my regular Amazon account. I like entered my tax information. So my account number which I'm not going to read for you. Yeah. So there's like a template, and I selected the size. I decided I would make like more normal sized book tiny type in option. Yes, you can tweak the size, and then it was time to design it cover launch cover create or this is not like high quality graphic design work. I'm doing here. But it looks better. I guess. Save. And then I ordered a copy. This just came in the mail today. And I have not seen this book yet. So I'm going to open this in real time. This is that your published author. I don't know. I mean, my name is on it publisher published book creator. I here comes. Wow. This is a real pamphlets. Very short. Defined book. Dan is there like a term for book versus pamphlet think? It's a book because it has like a finding on the edge. It feels bookish and the cover. Is a guy wearing art hat carrying a cardboard box. And it has a really okay first of all says twenty nineteen, sir. Arthur Conan Doyle, I just like I saw there. I think Straub ski said copyright twenty Jane Austen. So I was like, okay. That's what I'll do. Who holds the copy, right? Nobody nobody. But like there's a there's a place in the template where you put copyright. Here's the dedication dedicated to allrounders who have received a box that contains something they weren't expecting. I mean, do you see what I did there? Dan. Danielle are you satisfied with the service? You receive today. Totally. Yes, there's been great. I'm I'm really impressed that the amount of work you guys put into this. This is an international mystery investigation. Really what you guys went to Russia and Ukraine. So that's that is not at all something I ever expected happening when I first opened this book and laughed at this introduction. That's delightful, C C Pulitzer prizes. Well, thank you so much for calling really appreciate it. Susie. The credits of the show. What are they knowledge say with thanks to Daniel curse lay been if the tally looking Janka, an entree entree Ponomarenko damn Bobkov, Amy Padilla, and Sarah Wyman producers of household name well listeners if you want a fresh copy of the venture of the cardboard box, you can find it at Amazon because it is perfectly legal to do. So. Goodbye Suzie just Fidan your, Dan, or as they say in Ukrainian dope. Abacha nya. We have a quick update now on earlier episode. We just learned that the last Pinera cares. The last Pinera where you can pay whatever you want is closing. That's the Boston location. We visited in that episode. If you didn't hear it you can find it in your feed. It was a fascinating experiment. And why the Pinera cares failed is interesting to also please take a moment and leave us a rating and review on apple podcasts. You can follow me

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Planet Money

"Codes eight zero five three two nine nine two one seven fif- ladies room. How do you? Remember that? I may come in. I'm kind of a numbers guy. This is Barry combs, the manager of Panera cares. Looks pretty much like any Pinera with a few little differences. Like, there's this wall of day old bread. When you walk in this bread walls for anybody else. That's in need. You can come in. We have been here. You can add what you can grab a loaf of bread. Bring it to the cashiers and we'd slice it for you to add your donation. Right into the win. Here. There's not a lot in there right now is at four bucks. It's it's not for profit everything is suggested amounts and actually never been to Pinera. So what should I order broccoli cheddar soup and sounds like the gateway drug to Pinera? Okay. Let's go order something. We see those clear donation bins? Plexiglas plastic, but you have to look really closely to see the tiny type at the top of the menu. That says the prices are just suggested donations. Okay. I'm gonna do the broccoli cheddar. Sue you like to make your nation today. Meaning like, I can donate nine to a need. I cannot donate nine twenty deputy just place your value in the been over much. You wish to donate. I got a twenty. So I'll do that. Kim. Thanks so much really hate them to them. Which would you how much did you pay ten dollars? She told me that I donated thirty what is that thirty two cents to next person? Then I felt like a cheapskate like I should put more money in there. Yeah. That is a little cheaper, Dan, come on. But I just how you like hold a water bills into the bin. And just hold it there for like a minute. And was like, no, I wasn't like conflicted about it. I was just trying to fit it in the little slot because there were so many bills because you're so generous. Right now. This store loses money. Berry says they cover about eighty five percent of their costs. Panara makes up the rest to think this place will be here in a year. Yes. I know it will be here in a year. What makes you so share because we run it? Right. And we treat people with respect, and it was actually really nice to see like there were customers on laptop sitting next to you and talking to people in need people eating free loaves of unslinging spread out of the bag. There were people volunteering in exchange for food, and I have to say in the end I felt guilty about the thirty two cents. I donated good. I dropped a few more bucks into the ban on the way out. If you have a story idea, send us an Email planet money at NPR dot org and checkout household name for more surprising stories about famous brands. Our second season starts right now. Today's show was produced by dairy in woods with Sarah Wyman, Amy Padilla and John Palmer and household name special. Thanks, also, the Susan dob show Ryan or stat edits our show, and Alex Goldmark is our supervising producer. I'm Sarah Gonzalez, and I'm dim Bob cough. Thanks for listening.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Household Name

Household Name

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Household Name

"A call at seven three one three brands or you can Email us at household. Name at business insider dot com. And hey, you know, the drill. Don't forget to leave us a review and rating on apple podcasts. Five stars. It'd be nice really helps you listeners find the show. Household. Name is produced by Amy Padilla, Sarah Wyman, and a Mazza racket and me our editor is Jonah Palmer. We had help from Kevin Riley, Dan Brown and Kathleen Quilliam sound design original music by Casey Holford, and John Delore. The executive producers are Chris Bannon, Laura mayor, Jenny Rowlett and me household. Name is production of insider audio. Stitcher. K? This is jaboomer on conversion therapy is an attempt to change people from gay to straight to either shock, the gateway or pray. The gay way over seven hundred thousand people in America have been put through this. That's the equivalent of the city of Boston. Jack, the mental illness. So we've just signed in. And then we were handed this giant and book told stuff you need to memorize everything in it. The purpose of this cruising tation demonstrate therapeutic use with homosexuals which to change his six nine there were by versus those who practice homosexuality will not inherit the kingdom of God every single page. The kind of clues wore no hugging or physical touch between clients the way we sat handshakes crossed our leagues. How we looked at our nails. It was like seeing the word of God I was battling with God. At that point. The first episode of unrest is out right now, find unrest in your podcast app. And subscribe, so you don't miss an episode.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

Bravo TV's Daily Dish

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

"Yes right and if you have ideas for stuff you wanna hear on the show when we come back you can tweet them at me i'm at gross underscore raisin yeah if you have ideas for questions we should ask and interviews or videos we should do stuff you want us to talk about if we're not talking about what you need yeah and you can always damn it to us and we'll give you credit problem really there's that whole fan shoutout section speaking of do we have an this week yes then bird you guys i wanted to shout out courtney dizzy she commented love your show i listen while i get ready and my husband's swears i sound like you to the point he walks in the bathroom about five times and says did you say something to me while i'm listening hashtag fan shout out there you go fan shout out and also does that mean you have the world's most beautiful voice i think so yes oh my god also island janna dm about ud's just some very useful information yes now i know my plan my ud yes i wanna shout out to roxie underscore and jay for confirming that true calling and the dollhouse we're both cultural touchstones oh my and not getting mad at me for not having seen the notebook well we can't trust this person obviously oh amy padilla at amherst two three two wants to north on southern new orleans.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Think that was funny lancaster said she felt pressured to keep up the number of abortions performed at the clinic each month even when women seemed hesitant in a statement to npr planned parenthood south atlantic denies those claims and says lancaster was fired for reasons related to her job performance after her departure at lancaster says she received enough money from and then there were non to cover a couple months salary the group also provided temporary financial support to new amy padilla a 47yearold nurse she left her job last year at tampa women's health centre in florida and i just woke up on monday morning and i was like this as it today's they the clinic performs abortions well into the second trimester of pregnancy the dea says the work began to play her conscience in an interview with npr sinner director dorothy brown said several other workers have left with assistance from the group round declined to be interviewed on tape but says she thinks many who leave are motivated by money whatever the reasons why workers quit they're not going in numbers large enough to threaten abortion access says elizabeth toledo she's a former vice president at planned parenthood who now runs a communications firm but toledo says groups like and then there were non can have an impact on workers and patients another director on people who are already going to work in a highly charge political environment and i don't think that they're going to be successful but they are going k just make people have to deal with an additional layer of strass abby johnson says upon leaving planned parenthood she also suffered from that highlycharged environment and the criticism of her hasn't just come from abortion rights supporters when i came out of the industry there was still a lot of heat from the pro life movement early on johnson told the women gathered around her at this retreat she recalled some abortion opponents saying she should burn in hell because of her work at the clinic they're like you either need to go to jail or hell that was like those were the false the johnson says those comments have faded as she.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Think that was funny lancaster said she felt pressure to keep up the number of abortions performed at the clinic each month even when women seemed hesitant in a statement to npr planned parenthood south atlantic denies those claims and says lancaster was fired for reasons related to her job performance after her departure at lancaster says that she received enough money from and then there were non to cover a couple months salary the group also provided temporary financial support to new amy padilla a 47yearold nurse she left her job last year at tampa women's health centre in florida and i just woke up on monday morning and i was like this was it today's the day the clinic reforms abortions well into the second trimester of pregnancy padilla says the work began to play her conscience in an interview with npr center director dorothy brown said several other workers have left with assistance from the group round declined to be interviewed on tape but says she thinks many who leave are motivated by money whatever the reasons why workers quit they're not going in numbers large enough to threaten abortion access says elizabeth toledo she's a former vice president at planned parenthood who now runs a communications firm but toledo says groups like and then there were non can have an impact on workers and patients with another director on people who are already going to work in a highlycharged political environment and i don't i think that they're going to be successful but they are going k just make people have to deal with an additional layer of strass abby johnson says upon leaving planned parenthood she also suffered from that highlycharged environment and the criticism of her hasn't just come from abortion rights supporters when i came out of the industry there was still a lot of heat from the pro life movement early on johnson told the women gathered around her at this retreat she recalled some abortion opponents saying she should burn in hell because of her work at the clinic they're like you either need to go to jail or hell that was like those were the thoughts but johnson says those comments have faded as she has gradually been embraced by the anti abortion rights movement as one of the rare people who's been a public figure on each side of.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Deepfreezer the nursery and we used to think that was funny lancaster said she felt pressured to keep up the number of abortions performed at the clinic each month even when women seemed hesitant in a statement to npr planned parenthood south atlantic denies those claims and says lancaster was fired for reasons related to her job performance after her departure at lancaster says she received enough money from and then there were non to cover a cup months salary the group also provided temporary financial support to new amy padilla a 47yearold nurse she left her job last year at tampa women's health centre in florida and i just woke up on monday morning like this as it today's day the clinic performs abortions well into the second trimester of pregnancy padilla says the work began to play her conscience in an interview with npr centre director dorothy brown said several other workers have left with assistance from the group brown declined to be interviewed on tape but says she thinks many who leave are motivated by money whatever the reasons why workers quit they're not going in numbers large enough to threaten abortion access says elizabeth toledo she's a former vice president at planned parenthood who now runs a communications firm but toledo says groups like and then there were non can have an impact on workers and patients it took another stressed stressor on people who are already going to work in a highlycharged political environment and i don't think that they're going to be successful but they are going to just make people have to deal with an additional layer of strass abby johnson says upon leaving planned parenthood she also suffered from that highlycharged environment and the criticism of her hasn't just come from abortion rights supporters when i came out of the industry there was still a lot of heat from the pro life movement early on johnson told the women gathered around her at this retreat she recalled some abortion opponents saying she should burn in hell because of her work at the clinic they're like you either need to go to jail or hell that was like those were the thoughts but johnson says those comments have faded as she has gradually been embraced by by the anti abortion rights movement as one of the rare people who's been a public figure on each side of this divisive issue sarah maccammon npr news you're listening to wnyc and at new york new york's prison system has been privatising care packages that means prisoners loved ones.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Think that was funny lancaster says she felt pressured to keep up the number of abortions performed at the clinic each month even when women seemed hesitant in a statement to in pr planned parenthood south atlantic denies those claims and says lancaster was fired for reasons related to her job performance after her departure at lancaster says she received enough money from and then there were non to cover a cup months salary the group also provided temporary financial support to new amy padilla a 47yearold nurse she left her job last year at tampa women's health centre in florida and i just woke up on monday morning announced like this as it today's they the clinic performs abortions well into the second trimester of pregnancy padilla says the work began to play her conscience in an interview with npr sinner director dorothy brown said several other workers have left with assistance from the group round declined to be interviewed on tape but says she thinks many who leave are motivated by money whatever the reasons why workers quit they're not going in numbers large enough to threaten abortion access says elizabeth toledo she's a former vice president at planned parenthood who now runs a communications firm but toledo says groups like and then there were non can have an impact on workers and patients it's just another dresser on people who are already going to work in a highlycharged political environment and i don't think that they're going to be successful but they are going to just make people have to deal with an additional layer of stress abby johnson says upon leaving planned parenthood she also suffered from that highlycharged environment and the criticism of her hasn't just come from abortion rights supporters when i came out of the industry there was still a lot of heat from the pro life movement early on johnson told the women gathered around her at this retreat she recalled some abortion opponents saying she should burn in hell because of her work at the clinic they're like you either need to go to jail or hell that was like those were the loss but johnson says those comments have faded as she's gradually been embraced by by the anti abortion rights movement as one of the rare people who's been a public figure on each side of this divisive issue sarah maccammon npr news you're listening to wnyc the new york prison system.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"The banishment they give thanks chris in the shower chatted with bradley on you know breads web series is called it's alive that was the name of a 1974 horror movie about a hamas cycle baby who travelled through to her trains on a murder rampage so if you think about it from maybe a bit like a horror movie inanimate foods bubble and come alive and if you do it wrong well you just might end up debt that's it for this week a ministry radio you can listen to our podcast on apple podcast radio public or wherever you get your podcasts remember to subscribe to the show you'll automatically get every single show download it to your phone each week if you wanna learn more about milk street had to one seven seven those street dot com there you can download each weeks recipe subscribe to a magazine watch our first season of no street television or order the milk street cookbook we'll be back next week thanks for listening norman christopher kimble's milk street radio is produced by milk street in association with wgbf age executive producers melissa ball dino and stephanie tender producer amy padilla associate producer carly helm attacked senior audio engineer douglas sugars senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick in sydney lewis audio mixing by j allison atlantic public media production health debbie paddock r c music is by two bub crew additional music by george brandel o'clock christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r x.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Champagne behaves differently in different classes but i would say don't be afraid to experiment if you've got some pretty glass as some fancy glasses don't be afraid to bring them out and use them agency hey conceiving of him mr vein arc i recently visited a chef abraham garcia in madrid in discovered that he had a way with words he opined that the problem with horses that they prefer to eat barley than drink whisky he pointed out that butter is like the moon in oil like the sonnen hey who doesn't love the sun but my favorite gothia quote was about his last meal he responded one should venture into the unknown on an empty stomach that's it for this week if he just tuned into mr chauffeur not you can listen to our podcast on apple podcast radio public or wherever you get your podcasts remember to please subscribe to the show you automatically get every single show download it to your phone each if you wanna learn more about milk street had one seven seven most rita com there you can download each weeks recipe subscribed to a magazine watch our first seasonable of television or ordered the milk street cookbook we'll be back next week happy new year's and thanks for listening christopher kimble's milk street radio is produced by milk street in association with wg bh executive producers melissa baldia now and stephanie sender producer amy padilla associate producer carly helm attacked senior audio engineer douglas sugar its senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick in sydney lewis audio mixing by j allison at atlantic public media production help debbie paddock r c music is by two bub crew additional music by george brandel christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"You that optimum meet you omitted at the bar and got big thank you so much pleasure darkness that was at a gop nick staff writer for the new york harry craddock the head bartman of the american bar to savoie hotel in london to the 1926 30s once said that a cocktail should be trunk cold and fast now i'm not one to argue with the likes of harry critic but his pronouncement begs in obvious question which of course is should pleasure be savored or taken now i would note that those who worry about a deficit a pleasure safer it while those who are confident of surplus enjoy it quickly and bolt either way is nigel lawson one said those who feel guilty about pleasure don't deserve to have it that's it for this week if you just tuned into mr show you can listen to our podcast on apple podcast stitcher tune in google play on spotify please remember to subscribe to the show you automatically get every single show download downloaded to your phone each week if you wanna learn more about millstreet please go to one seven sevenoaks treatcom there you can download each weeks recipe subscribes the magazine watch our first season of milk street television or order the more extreme cookbook we'll be back next week thanks so much for us christopher kimble's milf street radio is produced by milk street in association with wgbf h executive producers melissa ball dino and stephanie center producer pt amy padilla associate producer carly helm attacked senior audio engineer douglas sugars senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick in sydney lewis audio mixing by j allison at atlantic public media production helped debbie patrick r c music is by two bub crew additional music by george brandel o'clock christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Dr carol thank you so much anytime that was dr eric carol professor pediatrics at indiana university school of medicine also frequent contributor to the new york times upshot com okay i admitted i don't like artificial foods but what i liked even less are fraudulent foods how about air thoughts crab meat it's actually made from the pulverise paste of white fish flush with saab is often made from horseradish mustard and cream food colouring and those bacon bits that are actually vegan their me from textured soy flour caramel colors so when it comes to artificial sweeteners i have one good thing to say at least they're not frauds they have to say right at the package that they are artificial thanks for listening this week if you just tuned into mr show you can listen to our podcast on apple podcast itcher tune in google play or spotify remember to subscribe to the show go automatically get every single show download it to your phone week if you wanna learn more about milk street had to one seven seven millstreetcom you can download each weeks recipe subscribed to our magazine watch our first season millstreet television or order the milk street cookbook we'll be back next week thanks for listening limited it at a little too christopher kimble's milk street radio is produced by knock street in association with wg bh executive producers melissa ball dino and stephanie sender producer amy padilla associate producer carly helm attacked senior audio engineer douglas sugars senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick in sydney lewis audio mixing by j allison at atlantic public media production help debbie patrick r c music is by two bub crew additional music by george brandel o'clock christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Adam gop nick staff writer for the new yorker and now staff writer for broadway not quite broadway yet but hovering in new haven let's say thanks adam thanks so much praise when i spoke with simone seti reminded me of heston blumenthal summer seaside meal if you forgotten that's the one with the ipod the place the sounds of the c while you're eating your first course one diner reportedly broke down in tears memories are powerful things for my part i don't really want my dinner to become a multi media experience but it's true the playing with wants food has an agent pedigree even the romans did it serving pheasant brains and peacock tung so instead of complaining perhaps i should just sit back put awesome headphones take a bite of scallop and just enjoy the sounds of some that's it for this week if you missed us you can always listened to milk radio on i tuned stitch or tune in and spotify and don't forget the check out our brand new website that's one seven seven milk street dot com you can get free recipes and also subscribe to our magazine thanks for listening we'll be back next week christopher kimble's no radio is produced by milk street in association with wgbf change executive producers melissa baldonnel and stephanie standard producer amy padilla production assistant carly helmet tom senior audio engineer douglas sugar senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick and sydney lewis i am mixing by j allison had atlantic public media production help debbie patty key music to bob crew additional music by george brandel edgar christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r.

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"amy padilla" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"amy padilla" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"But there were forty two esnard down to so for those forty two people i mike count or my assistance account is going to be reaching out to you too get your address because the people that don't win the actual necklace i will be sending something so just expect to be reached out to i mean you'll see but i have narrowed it down i was was nerd down to tend to win the necklace and i've narrowed it down i think now to nineteen so i am just i mean coach and is so generous i'm just going to go to him i need some more an all by them if any do because these were so impressive so i'm just gonna less off the names some of them i have the twitter or and scrum handle and some of them i don't so i'm just gonna read them right now okay jody marina kimberly yuccas men liz star gazing be relieve row aisha shelby aretha amy padilla brittany which is forever twenty three be have that right next to it ashley spradley samantha camp lindsey at ms they think is what i rhoda or mixer and our lynn they are l i why not i a are l y n mara mm adding lay and miss meghan and steph shot this was so fun and so like i feel emotional i also like emma hardcore goodwill co community this game because all the other people besides the forty two people that i narrowed it down to a low of dollar post to this is like legit difficult.

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