26 Burst results for "Anais"

"anais" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"anais" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Again your expectations of others and influence on your children and the thought processes is really influence the people that are up today with. I think things possible on possible. That's a great story thinking about him coming home with some cash. This tell them. Go back out there and do it again. Let's go but it the that. I love that story because it just like you know. He didn't know the you're not supposed to do that. Or what if we couldn't deliver on whatever you said. He was selling him. What about this. What about that. You know all these things. What are the neighbors going to think. So now let's go back in. Imagine a young person in a situation where they feel the pressure from their parents from their community from their society to go to university or to do whatever. And it's not really you know we don't want them to end up looking back and saying man nine years long time doing something maybe really wasn't me so based upon what you learn from this story and what you continue. What one action would you recommend this mistake to avoid suffering the same fate. A thing against two things you know when you look yourself in the mirror every single morning this guy. Who's the person really. What debate in hopping true that. And just being aware with vows your expectations of so four you'll perceptions of what you think other people expect from you. Business will must be betrays itself. Got an able that the second one would be look at. You'll had you project your expectations on others. And is your expectation of what you want for them. Or is that you enabling to be the best nike. According to the book the road less traveled scott peck said that true love is to help someone along in their spiritual development. Even if it's not what you want Think that's not five pounds The royalist trampled to paul's conversion. The would took annoying Travelled by that might difference nam all right last question. What's your number one goal for the next twelve months more number one goal twelve months used to number one goal. They're assigned many a thing. My number one goal is is to comes back to this is to enable people to be the best. Not whether that's through my my business and helping people build more resilient to more effective businesses particularly the last twelve months. I guess how many people are being affected in their ability to do that but all sides to be more inspiring to the people around me to of davis loss. So you look at. Why can give back through report. Tusla is flying in touch kids. Rugby as will in the influence. I have anais anais young into Each and every time. I think we can be better if we put it wants to great well listeners. They haven't another story of loss to keep you winning..

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"anais" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:19 min | 9 months ago

"anais" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of Broadway reopening. We are revisiting my conversation with playwright Anais Mitchell, director Rachel Chapman and actor Andre DeShields from the Broadway musical Haiti's town, which reopened at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Broadway last week. When we came back, I asked and asked why she chose to include Hermes as the narrator. My process with Rachel has been, um Rachel has been a very loving and aggressive and deep dramaturg on this show for six years, you know, and especially because I come from the music world. I come from song writing World and Rachel comes from theater. And it's like, um, I think at New York Theater Workshop, we were asking a lot of patients of people like, Hey, let's just be okay with it. This is going to be a 3.5 minute song and There may or may not be an event or results. You know, we're just going to hang out in it and then trying to just bring the peace further and further towards what feels like generous storytelling. And the Hermes character as a narrator is a really, um has been really important part of that. And I loved Andre. What I heard you say the other day about Something about Hermes coming out there at the beginning of the show and making almost like a contract with the audience. The contract that Hermes is establishing with the audience after he says, I night? Yeah. Is this Join us on this journey. Mhm. You may be challenged. You may even be changed, but you will not be harmed. Mm. And their response is a joyous I Yeah. Even though you let us know this is a sad song, and we're going to tell it again. Yeah, but that's when we learned our lessons about how to live a joyous life by listening to sad songs listening to sad. Poetry. Going through the roll index of our mind of the most sad experiences we've ever had. And then making that Right? Mm hmm. I want to. I saw you in the Wiz when I was 10. Oh, yeah, I saw I need misbehaving. Yes. Oh, Did you see me in the full Monty? I don't know. Okay, well, then you haven't seen Haven't seen Yeah, but I have admired your bed is fine. I just when you walked in somebody in the newsroom tweeted like Oh, my God. The whiz just walked by, but it's lovely. You know, in the Wiz, I was called Mr Wiz. And now In Haiti sound I'm called Mr Hermes. I'm loving these appellations. Yeah, I'm interested in what you think is someone who's been around Broadway for a long time. About this move towards You know, race blind casting. We've got your lead. Ever right. She's been she's half Filipino and half Mexican amber gray as biracial. The fates are a little bit of something for everybody. I'm curious. A has someone who's been in this business for a long time, and you've seen it go the other way for a long time. How you feel about it. And how do you think it's going to change theater going forward? First of all long time I am celebrating a half century in the theater. The first professional shows 1969, so that's another important Gold, then step in my journey. That's associated with Haiti's town. Maybe then Sudanese. Be gold instead of silver. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. The suit is silver, right? The bus was silver, but my Party costume for opening night was gold. Excellent issue, the only to God the only two colors of the gods. I don't believe in this idea of race blind casting. Yeah, You have to be absolutely aware of race and F City and culture. And gender, all of the important things that make us who we are in order to Make the menu. As comprehensive as it is in Haiti's town now. I believe the theater must reflect the world in which we live. So if you walk the street of New York any street of New York you are seeing The world in all of its glory in all of its coolness in all of its contradictions, and as performers and altars and writers and poets, etcetera. It is our responsibility to make sure that if not everybody Most of everybody. Is universally reflected in the art that we create. Otherwise, we can't tell a true story. And it is Hermes responsibility. To tell not only a story but the truest story that he Can And he does that. Because In this contract if he's made with the audience. The audience doesn't articulated this way, but they come to the theater. Because they don't have a temple to go to, And that's where strangers gather to do what to have a Question answered. You have a problem solved to have a crisis resolved to a burden lifted. You have a yoke broken. Now I know that's highfalutin words. But that's why the people come and experience the three major cardinal gifts of the theater, entertainment, enlightenment and Ecstasy, and that's what Haiti's town is heavy in Ecstasy. One of the things I love is that the band is on stage. Shout out to Marika Hughes was beautiful. She She's bothered me on the street and pointed at me, so I know she listened to show was Hi, Marika. Their and our horror whole band actually transferred from downtown to uptown Shout out to Michael. Yeah. Michael, who plays the guitar into that? Yeah. What does that do for a production Because in the great comet, A lot of the music was on stage. Josh playing piano and they're the Accordions. What does that do for a production? Yeah, I mean, I think me and I don't want to speak for David Newman, our choreographer, but one of the things he and I talk a lot about is capturing every shred of this glorious music in the physical in some way, And so certainly there. There are lines from America's cello that are in how one of the dancers is moving their shoulder. And I think that is happens all the more so when you can actually see the musicians making the music I mean, it's just it's anathema to me to ever think about putting. Not being able to have access visual access to the music That's happening because because that's one of the glories of the live event is that all of these artists are present making making this work happened. So there's some complexities about sound and putting on putting putting dear Ben Kirovski into a soundproof hut, But, uh But, yeah, I can't imagine not seeing them. My guests are Andre DeShields, Rachel Chief Gannon, Anais Mitchell. We're talking about Haiti's town, which is currently on Broadway. I do want to talk about the song the wall because it's so interesting, so there's this song that Haiti sings. It's actually on a couple levels. One is because you wrote it a decade ago. It's for everybody went wall and thought politics right away. I mean, it does have a political undertone to it. But this song was written 10 years ago. He's singing it, and he's talking about keeping poverty out. Because to keep us safe, So let's play a little bit of the song and then we'll talk about it on the other side. How does the war keep a screen for my Children? My Children? How does the wall keep us free? The key must breathe while keeps out there for me, and we build the walls Keep must be. That's where we build the wall always build so And as you.

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Are Oxalates Damaging Your Thyroid?

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Are Oxalates Damaging Your Thyroid?

"Sally welcome to show great to be here. You're looking forward to this and we were kind of discussing this early on. Oscillates is something that i've always kept my eye on for the last seventeen years and does really looking forward to this conversation. So why don't we lay a little bit of bedrock for the listeners. And if you could just talk about what our oxalates and do we know. Why plants actually hawks elites yes. Plants are major producer of oxalate in oxley also ubiquitous in nature itself soil is loaded with it Even apparently cease spray produces some oxley in polluted. Air produces oxalate so and really heavily polluted cities. The air has got oxalate in it too. So oxalate is really miniscule molecule that's parent compounds called oxalates acid an acid anais and become charged particles because they drop off the acidic protein and so they become these negatively charged ions that attract positively charged. Things and oscillates can have a one negative or too. Negative is tiny tiny little compound. It has four oxygen which is a heavy load of oxygen on just too little carbon molecules says very oxyde oxygen heavy which is probably partly why. It's such an pro max. Ident molecule oxidation is very bad for tissues membranes might qendra and it is a great mitochondrial poison membrane destroyer and troublemaker. In it's not just the oxygen it's much more about this reactivity that the charge creates where it bonds with minerals becomes salts

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FSC Mauritius' Loretta Joseph on Her Road Into Crypto Regulation

Bitcoin Radio

03:56 min | 1 year ago

FSC Mauritius' Loretta Joseph on Her Road Into Crypto Regulation

"Tell me about yourself your your background. And how did you get into crypto. i'm Really trade on a trading floor with the pace of paper and a Pixel in a three bond pitch in nineteen ninety one so school. I think students they alternatively asset class series. I got into crypto. After i tried to retire of was running as plug banks in india not decided to get back to australia and i decided to retire but then i had to come. Conversation on bats lowest getting into the city with the head of the astride securities and investment commission Equivalent of the. us Say is very different. The by and he said russia unitil to single blockchain. because it's going to change the world. At the time. I thought he was talking about monographs because we have daughters decide vij so i spend the weekend Confused that helped more process to change the world but when we met again i was time so i have baynes Said two thousand fourteen. I was riveted tried to. I didn't look at blockchain for to start with oprah counties. I actually not how the help may what i did. My house lot is attributed to china and one thing that we've always had pined about on me tried bach. it's exit. Classes was the time to clear and settle so clearance settlement system which took eight plus three take straight to clear equity in australia for a small stock exchange. I told the stock exchange to obtain. So that was my introduction to china and then i decided that i'd been have a look at what bitcoin was and i found it very two run stand on on. What is this thing. So i spent the next couple of us via las spaniels Systems faking to develop his. I'm offended. robert. Kahn will internet. He wrote the to particle. Nci pays all. I miss him one day. Because he was on. Google and i said bob my name's without a need to understand what she built. I don't think he got too many telephone calls like ask that. Bob has been mental. So i spent a lot of time. Now seems to Undestanding protocols In understanding what the what the incident did and and how that was built on the electrical engineering. Let's those bank shops. So then i looked did become wasn't always thinking we're calling these things wrong. The wrong terminology. As i said i was in marketing to structure to promise case giants looking at quebec howard was What did a crypto exchange wasn't. I'm thinking well no no talking the same language so then i helped set up. Something called starting digital chamber of commerce in ways said about washing the self-regulations bitcoin. Because i thought this doesn't understand what they're doing and nobody else understands. Said this little confusion Then seems of then became a regulator so then one regularises. The government started to come to me. What what what is this vice. And what is it. I'm so the first thing i did. Try to build this clearance settlement system in australia on stock exchange. The jockey shines we strive in stock exchange head. I had meant mandatory against monopoly and Day a software is written in the corporation. That strategy anais will. This is not good young. I remember when we moved from rainfall. Triggers today destroyed. We built outrace make systems because we had nothing else to do with the by about next sale but the chest. The clearest of strength shines inherently came into existence because we didn't have technology so the corporations act times mistrial. There is now room for other people to come into that space. So that was my those sort of against road into regulation and

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How to Choose a Safe Seat for Your Baby to Eat with High Chair Designer Kirsti Vandraas

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

07:07 min | 1 year ago

How to Choose a Safe Seat for Your Baby to Eat with High Chair Designer Kirsti Vandraas

"Today. We're talking about the seat in which your baby learns how to eat. That's right highchairs. And when it comes to hide your design there is no one more well known for icon design in this space than peter obstacle of norway. Peter offset designed the trip trap highchair in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. When he looked around for a chair that allowed his son to sit in a natural way at the grownups table and because nonesuch chair existed he designed what is now known as the iconic trip chair basically so he could include his son in as he says life round the table. So many of you may have this chair that trip trap or recognize it. It's sometimes like to a ladder so the trip trap is a wooden chair with an adjustable seat and adjustable footplate and grows with your child so the company that peter designed it for which is called. Shutt- is headquartered in norway. And they've actually sold more than twelve million trip trap as so it is one of the. Most globally recognized chairs. Personally i love this chair. I have in us seven of the trip traps around the table for my seven children. They've really been fabulous investment wonderful. Especially if you have a smaller space where you're feeding your baby or babies or if you're feeding multiples it's wonderful because it has a much smaller footprints like not one of those highchairs. It's gonna take up your kitchen. So while peter fix trip trap was designed and launched in one thousand nine hundred ninety two when his son was little forty years later in twenty thirteen obstacle launched. Another chair called the nomi and this was really his realization of his vision for designing the next generation highchair one. That's dedicated to his grandchildren. So peter obstacles now eighty one at the time of this recording. He continues to work every day. And cures deep vandross is a physiotherapist and an ergonomic who works very closely with peter. In fact she's worked with peter object for the last thirteen years. So kirsty is going to be on the podcast today. Sharing peter's vision and philosophy about the chairs that he originally designed for his child and his grandchildren. Now that millions of families of used around the world. So if you have a trip trap or a nomi- or if you're in the market for a highchair that will continue to serve your family and your child long after these initial stages of starting solids. I think you're really going to enjoy this interview. Because the scandinavian design principles and the philosophies held by peter and explained today by st are so very different from what we may have in mind when we go to select a seat for our baby to learn how to eat so today on the podcast. Kirstin i are going to be talking about the difference in american and european safety standards. Why norwegian families do not actually strap their babies of their toddlers into the degree or the extent that americans may think is necessary. This is going to be very eye opening for a lot of you certainly was for me as kind of a control freak. Mom we'll be chatting about why the trip trap and the nomi were designed with the very obvious absence of trey and what that means. and then. How the adjustable foot rest is probably the most important safety and design component missing from most highchairs today. So i hope you enjoy this interview with cure. Steve andros from the peter obsta company. Kirsty thank you so much for joining us. I am so excited to have the opportunity to interview you. It's catching get now. If you can. Would you tell us a little bit about your background. And how you know the whole life story maybe. How did you get into product design. And then how did you come to. Work with. Peter ops vic. Oh it's a long story. I am a physiotherapist anais. I started working in our major hospital here in in ostler with people with back and neck problems you know. People came into the hospital more or less paralyzed with pain and never thought they would be able to come up and walk again and with a treatment lots of guidance we build them up again and they went home and they were fine and had a lotta for knowledge with how to behave to avoid back and neck problems then. I saw that it was difficult for them. To use to knowledge they had when they went back to back. So i sold our institution equivalent to osha would been interesting place to work to see if i was able to get other people to create positive working environments where you could work but still keep your health so i spent ten years in our show in charge of ergonomics and then i started sinking. What about getting into detail. The totality because their via opium much more than chair tables but share and tables reports on the totality and. I wanted to see if we could make chairs in such way that you didn't talk to have problems with your body after sitting. Who working so. I started working ritual. Company that developed sitting solution for the working person unlock was contested. Interesting period thomas there for six teen years and then i met peter ops week. One of a number of designers. We used not process another lost twelve years. We're solely read. Peter and peter's sir designs promoting them talking about taking part in the product development. So that was a long story. But you know the background and How i ended up here. And you're still actively working with peter. Is that correct. Yes yes wonderful. Can you tell us a little bit about the history of the design of the trip trap and then the nomi highchairs and especially with regard to promoting freedom and fellowship. The trick drop chair was developed in the beginning of the seventies piotre just had his son wounding sixty nine will sitting on an ordinary highchair s. You know the high chair has been around for for generations. you know egypt. They use highchair. the hunt. Chance in their mini is an pizza hut his son sitting in hijab but then when he reached a year and a half you know he didn't really need to sit with the sort of support all around his waist. He was looking for other chairs that he could place his son around the table together with the rest of the company that did not exist so he had to make his own amber trip chapels but one then in nineteen seventy two and i think he did something very clever back then because he did not make it to fit into what you call the design of the seventies he had the distinct bischel feature in the seventies and the result is that the chair still look quite Modern had he designed it giving it the visual design of what the kitchen look like. Back in nineteen seventy two. It would have been outdated very old looking chair today.

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President Trump Continues To Deny Election Results And President-Elect Biden Plans for His Presidency

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:25 min | 1 year ago

President Trump Continues To Deny Election Results And President-Elect Biden Plans for His Presidency

"Briefing on monocle. Twenty four and welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me. Andrew miller the white house continues to echo with the post-election tantrum of us president donald trump who spent the weekend insisting series of the kind of all capital tweets which always indicate an ordered mind at work that november thirds election was rigged which wasn't and he won which he didn't president elect joe biden however seems to have decided that he has greater priorities than worrying about any further legal challenges. Launched by rudy giuliani from garden center. Parking lots and is focusing on plans for reviving a hopefully imminently post pandemic economy on joined by suzanne lynch washington correspondent for the irish times season. Welcome as always to the briefing. We'll look at joe biden's plans shortly but first of all is donald trump's wining actually gaining any traction. Is anybody taking him seriously. And i was there at the march on saturday now wasn't a million maga- march of as he'd predicted but there were tens of thousands of americans. They're waving flags and singing hymns in some cases holding signs saying the steel and alleging that the election has been stolen so he is getting a lot of traction from supporters and on conservative media gems. Here with on fox news for example bush. Look the facts are. The joe biden has won the election and as these various states moved to sir officially certify those election results in each stage. Who's is going to be happening in the next week or so. I think that it's going to become more likely. The deriving will become clear on the wall to donald trump. That it's time to go. And unfortunately though he is digging in as you say at science no sign of him conceding jaw and of course. The question is what's doing to american democracy. We've got a lot of 'small. I want a sizable minority of this country. Who believe the dumb from did not win the election even though he did so. I think it's a sorry state of affairs here. In this country that we now have a president who is refusing to concede does president elect joe biden basically appear to be a policy of ignoring him as far as possible. Yes yes. I think you're right out of there on. It's quite a clever policy. So it's almost like a child in the coroner's having a tantrum don't give them any attention. He just get an expert system toxic of strategy been taken by joe biden. He was at questioned on this last week and he did say it was an embarrassment and it was going to damage ed donald trump legacy but he did step back from launching a full scale attack on trump at particularly there is an issue now that a federal agency here. The gsa is using to at handover resources and information. If you'd like to the incoming president like it should so joe biden would be his rights there to criticize ups in clever to be averse holding back. If you know i put the moment so that strategy described exactly what he's adopting. I think one of the reasons he's doing that is because he knows that a lot of donald trump supporters at be this way and he has said during his campaign he wants to beautify reach out to the other side. If you like so. I think he's trying to tag anais and try not to inflame further tensions at a stage trying to lower the temperature. So that's the strategy. But i do think along with this goes on. It could become more problematic for example if they really are not going to hand over these resources. Gsa people are expecting. Maybe this week they will would. If that doesn't happen with then we really could see things become more tense here and with the biden campaign that i'm saying listen hang on. We need this information on his time feud handed over. We will doubtless cross that bridge when we get to it but for the moment what do we know of what. Joe biden plans to put into action. Once he does become president on january twentieth. Well he has said that in his first few days he's going sign executive orders whereby we expect him to rejoin the paris climate accord for example. Aba expect to happen at more. Also maybe something on immigration we for example. There's been the rumbling row about daca. There are the end. The kids known as dreamers. Young people who came to america brought to america by their parents illegally and they had been given amnesty essentially under the obama administration trump reversed. It got stuck in the courts but we expect maybe by to do something on this however other plans is due to unveil economic plan of some kind or make a speech today at in delaware but a lot of that is gonna be dependent on whether he democrats have controlled and the sanish at that looks unlikely it comes to senate runoff races in georgia in early january democrats have to win vocals raises which i think very tall ask if they don't if the only way one they're not in control of the senate republicans are and that is gonna make difficult for biden to push through some of his his policy issues on tax for example even energy and he's talking about not doing in green you deal but actually quite a progressive platform in terms of energy infrastructure. So that could be stymied by the by sanish. if republicans are in control there. What do we know as well about what. President-elect biden wants to do differently in terms of handling the pandemic obviously. There is good news on the vaccine. And there's been further good news just within the last hour as a. Us vaccine is now claiming to be ninety five percent Effective or thereabouts But that's still going to take weeks and months to implement a new cases are clearing one hundred thousand today. What does he want. America to do differently until that vaccine is ready to roll when it's been quite interesting in the last few days because one of the maggie appointed a new advisory board on corona virus is one of the members of the board has been doing interviews and the words lockdown has entered the lexicon here which on a national level and a lot of people are against us at here in this country. And you know nobody has mentioned the idea that we should have national lockdown and vigers now has netted the biden campaign has pushed back on that day. No no this is. Just one of my advisers is what we're considering so that would be considered very much to nuclear option here. As joe biden has to kind of tread carefully. The issue here is at each stage has a lot of power about how they handle the krona virus. So he's going to have his highness flow trying to add. Push through suggestions to republican control states. You know the governor saif kosher for example you know is a bit in. Denial about corona virus doesn't want many restrictions like high was joe biden going to ensure a national mandate for anything. It's going to be difficult and at the moment he has been talking about mask wearing. Because there's still a lot of resistance to the us in this country. As i saw on saturday after march were few people were wearing masks. That seemed to be what he's focusing on at the moment and the other thing would be my distribution of the vaccine making that more equitable already. The governor of new york has criticized on trump's plans. That saying that you know well off people will end up getting the vaccine not poor people who are more affected by cold so we expect to see him focusing more on that more equitable distribution of acting when we get faxing point suzanne ledge. Thank you as always. That was suzanne lynch with the irish times in washington.

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"anais" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"anais" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And so those people that we, you know so often will treat just to see if they feel better. Would you say that sometimes happens with fire disease that people could be kind of borderline, but but but still highly symptomatic. So there are a couple of different schools of thoughts here, and I'm going to tread lightly here. I want to make sure I get out of here alive. If my any of my colleagues are listening Of and some of it is, Oh boy, indeed is And some of this has to do with how the field evolved on DH how the normal ranges The standard ranges were developed. So the current p s s o the other home When I want to talk about before we go into that is to say, which is thyroid, stimulating hormone. Which is the hormone the brain makes through the pituitary gland to regulate thyroid function. And this T s H is so sensitive to what the thyroid is doing that it is traditionally used as a really good sensitive marker of thyroid function sometimes The brain senses that the thyroid is working slower before the tea for NT three. The actual thyroid hormone levels go down now, if you think about if we are defining thyroid function by using The normal levels of T s h. We need to think about how the normal ranges for T s H were set And a lot of these numbers came from studies in the sixties seventies, mainly in Germany, and these were general population. Average based studies, which takings account symptomatic Anais and thematically symptomatic and asymptomatic people, and and these studies. The irony thing about these studies is that the Incidence of thyroid disease. Prevalence of thyroid disease in the general population is about 5 to 10%, depending on who you read where you look. So these general population studies had quite a bit of patients quote quite a large amount of patients who may be on the extremes of thyroid function. More recent studies show that especially for someone who's younger, more active, you may actually need to define normal. T s A strange is in a tighter range, Just like the testosterone Just like the testosterone. Well, you know, I think these hormone debates are something that are going to be a similar theme. Donna, How did people get ahold of us? You can call us during the weekend. That reminds me though, When I read a friend, he's gained a lot of weight. And I'm like what you getting all this weight, and she says I have a thyroid condition. I'm like, Did you ever get a check from? No. So they just It's basically one of this. Well, there you are. You get rich policy 51238076 to our email address is Farmer men's health at gmail dot com and our website.

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Couple fights off mother bear with baseball bat

Hard Factor

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Couple fights off mother bear with baseball bat

"A pair of bears with bad manners learned the lesson then you can't just walk into someone's front door without calling ahead or at least knocking. I the hard way on monday night. The mother burke combo whose names and colors have not yet been released. Just waltz into a house in rural jefferson county colorado having given no heads up to the seventy one year old married couple who are the owners of the home. The couple who hold etiquette in high regard thought it prudent to teach this uninvited houseguests combo a lesson in the form of a beating with a baseball bat the geriatric men and women took turns with the bat savagely beating some consideration consideration into the bear family well asking them rhetorical questions like now. You're going to drop by unannounced next time. The bears eventually ran out the screen door as better bears when they came the mother bear was located and youth anais the co- the cup was probably quietly reflecting on his mistakes. Quickly and solitude has not been located. That's going to go for our factor.

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Another weekend of protests in Hong Kong

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:16 min | 3 years ago

Another weekend of protests in Hong Kong

"In Hong Kong this weekend yet. More mass protests and a worrying rise in violence fifty days on from the first huge marches the territory's the nameless leaderless protest movement is escalating tens of thousands took to the streets chanting slogans such as Free Hong Kong and this is the revolution of our times amongst the protesters. The mood was defiant here because we send an protect the freedom that we deserve and I think the whole the whole just so the phone call is not China read Shangaan Yeah but you date China's mainland government held a press conference in Beijing to give its response and extremely rare move very unusual for the central government to speak for the Hong Kong government. It does away with the fiction that Hong Kong is kind of perfectly self-governing territory. David Rennie our Beijing bureau chief. This was the government in Beijing willing out to spokesman for the Business Central Government that deals with Hong Kong and Macau the former British Portuguese colony so we had these two spokesman young shoe being and they were answering questions from the Chinese state media but also some foreign media on weeks and weeks of very very large sometimes violent protests and so is is it ominous that they even took to the microphone at all it is pretty ominous because for the first several weeks of these large protests the censorship machine kept news of what was happening in Hong Kong from the mainland public. What's happening now is that state media is turning this into an attack on hostile foreign forces black hands unpatriotic radicals in Hong Kong who are trying to damage Hong Kong's prosperity and stability and the problem with the central government making those accusations out loud is that they're giving themselves no room to back down and so that really has people anxious in Hong Kong around the world that we could see quite a nasty crackdown coming if these protests don't stop because then our? Tones into a test of the central government's authority so you mentioned that in the press conference there is talk of the the black hand this notion of foreign influence I mean how how much do you think that's a part of this. And how much is that it just a useful bogeyman. It's absolutely out of the propaganda message. The evidence is actually the other way. Actually president trump himself has praised the Chinese leader Xi Jinping for his restraint that said keep an eye on the U._S. Congress because the U._S. Congress actually has an extremely powerful weapon that could use if things get much worse in one thousand nine hundred to the U._S.. Congress passed a law that basically treats Hong Kong as a bit like a Western country when it comes to things like trade tariffs these rules Hong Kong have a completely different legal status the to mainland Chinese. If things got really really ugly troops on the streets Congress has its in its power to tag that up and to basically exposed Hong Kong to all of the same tariffs and visa restrictions that any other bit of China face as you say these protests I have been going on for weeks and weeks why Beijing decided to raise his head above the parapet now so the protests have changed quite dramatically in nature over the last ten days also we had had this situation where you have these large process which during the day they were often very peaceful grannies and children in pushchairs and then after night fell you would get more trouble people throwing bricks and bottles and tear gas from the police that was so settling into a pass and everything changed about nine days ago up to big things happen one was that the protests is attacked for the first time the central government's liaison office in Hong Kong threw black paint on the coat of arms of the People's Republic of China on the outside of that office that sounds a bit kind of Esoteric Terek perhaps outside China but in China that's the kind of behavior they get locked up for a very very long time. It's dark challenge to come to authority. The other big thing that happened was there was a protest in a small town near the Chinese mainland in an border where some mysterious dozens of tufts in white shirts attacked protesters very very violently. Those guys in white shirts are widely believed to be gangsters from organized crime syndicates the triads and they were believed to be in collusion with these central government authorities because the police melted away and disappeared and as long as the gangsters were attacking protesters. The police were nowhere to be seen that has really really hardened opinion in Hong Kong the idea that Hong Kong is a civilized western style country with the rule of law and a police force you can trust has been really savagely undermined by this idea of collusion between that police force and Organiz Anais criminal gangsters and that came up at the press conference that journalists off the central government whether it was true that there had been that kind of collusion and they said no and they stood up for the police and they praised the police professionalism and said that the illegal behavior on the protesters aside so the two camps are very very firmly dug in and so in this extremely rare press conference what was the sort of overall tone was the take home message that Beijing is projecting. It was a mixed picture so you had very firm lines of criticism for for the hypocrisy of the westerners who seemed to be praising the protesters but condemning the police when the police used teargas and you had very strong support for the embattled Chief Executive of Hong Kong Carrie Lam central government expressing posting its firm support for Geraldo. They said that government had mishandled the original causal these protests which was a law proposing to extract people from Hong Kong to mainland courts. I think they will have been some sighs of relief. In Hong Kong. A lot of people in Hong Kong were watching. Ching this life and their greatest fear did not happen their greatest fear was that there will be some declaration of martial law or a state of emergency all people's Liberation Army troops were going to be kind of ordered onto the streets and a journalist did ask whether the P. l.. A. Might be deployed and these spokesman young sidestepped it. He just said that the law has an article that allows the army to be deployed but he didn't really go there and so in fact the tone of the press conference was in some ways less ferocious than some of the editorials that we saw a few hours earlier published by the state media in Beijing and so is the the mere existence of this press conference a warning shot in itself. Do you think I think what it really is is a very worrying being David. David. signal that the central government is not leaving this to Hong Kong. This has become nationalized. This has become a confrontation between the people of Hong Kong and the Central Government in Beijing and the bad news about that is the central central government never loses any argument and it will do what it takes to win but it would seem from the reports that the protesters themselves feel very empowered. I mean where does this escalation go. I think the woods that you hear more more sort of despair and anger and frustration and distrust. I'm not sure that the word empowered is kind of bleak enough. I don't know that that many people on the streets of Hong Kong sink that they are going to win. They're not under the any illusions about what the government in Beijing is capable of doing. I think that the social contract between the people of Hong Kong and the central government is breaking down you saw appeals to that social contract from the press conference these officials official saying that what really counts in Hong prosperity and stability and we call them the people of Hong Kong to stop these political arguments in contentions and concentrate on developing their economies. That was the promise that was the deal when Britain handed Hong Kong back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven that if the people of Hong Kong kept quiet and didn't cross the red lines of challenging Communist authority they would be left to make money that isn't enough. The social contract is breaking down and the Problem Alam is the Beijing government isn't going to offer them a better one so this is uncharted territory Thank you very much for joining us

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"anais" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on WJR 760

"Run smart, helping you run more efficiently as rate liners, number one goals. Talk about the debate with James in Albuquerque. Actually, the one minute speeches, wasn't really a debate James and Red Eye Radio. Hi, watching the listen to the base, I literally felt like I was watching or listening to George Orwell's book, nineteen Eighty-four come true and emigrant party has become the inside party in their common enemy is like in, in the book nineteen eighty four the common enemy of sock is Emmanuel Goldstein, the common enemy of the democrat party is Trump and literally would have come to new speak the, the nonsense word or the turn that stuck out the most night was his name. I forget his name, but he brought up the term or invented the term abortion Justice. That means Castro Castro. Yes, it just it seems like Leary. It's like in the nineteen nineteen Eighty-four there's two versions of the Newspeak and the Newspeak. I ultimately supposed to lead to something called duck speak, where basically, they're quacking duck and they're not saying it means anything. Right. And the, the main difference I insect party, which is English socialism is one step away, removed from democratic socialism, and my point being is would you take the book mentioned four in George Orwell's. I mean, we're talking like the defining literary work when it comes to write to, to totalitarian nightmare future, the Republicans view as a warning and the democrat party of use it as an instruction manual. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Thanks. We appreciate a great great stuff. I it. But it is really also that desperation to it trying to connect trying to connect on identity politics. And it is failing so badly. Well, how do you sell socialism, communism? Right. Well, you gotta you gotta you Dan Anais envy and jealousy, you gotta demonize the wealthy and, and that has to happen again. And again, and again, the comment that, you know there's plenty of money. It's it's in the wrong hands. Well, that implies that they did something illegal or nefarious to get it. If that's the case, we already have a Justice system, designed to take those people down. And so then what do you got? Well, you got jealousy and envy. The government should come in and take their hard earned money because if you think it's just the billionaires wrong, it's not just the billionaires. It's wait a minute. You're working ninety hours a week, making one hundred twenty thousand your neighbors, working twenty hours a week making ten thousand. That's wrong. I've.

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"anais" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That's incredible. And how many people have gone through this program? We started officially any twenty sixteen in since that time, we've had nearly five hundred students come through, and that's from across the United States. And we've even had a few international students, very cool. And, you know, going back to the to the shelter the challenges that these programs that you're going to be sharing with the sheltering community at the conference going back to that one of the things I heard, you say was ringworm, right. And I think every shelter out. There who's an shelter employees. Your volunteer out there listening has seen a ringworm animal in the shelter. This is a challenging thing, obviously, because of its zoonotic, which means that people can get it. But also it can be transmitted throughout the shelter so other things like parvo. I saw on your website is something that you focus on his. Well, when you talk a little bit about how, you know, the nature of these transmissible diseases makes you know, how do you address that in this program? Absolutely. So he's kademi instructors speakers on our conference are experts in disease, control intake procedures ways to isolate these sort of things here at APS. We have ringworm ward that separate and in most cases, these cast just need a few days, where couple of weeks to recover that, and you mentioned parvo as well. We treat these diseases at a fraction of the cost of private that veterinary care and give these animals just a little bit of time that they need to recover become adoptable and it really changes the numbers, when you think about historically these were candidates for immediate euthanasia coming into the shelter the ideology up until this point, or you know, into the last few years has been a positive dog coming puppy coming into the shelter. You can't take that as a chance coming into the shelter. She youth Anais immediately and you guys have really developed these amazing programs that are really targeting these very at risk animals, and saving their. Lives and allowing them to go on recover and live happy healthy lives from there on out, so kudos for them as it were that you guys are doing. That's, that's very cool. We're gonna take another short break,.

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"anais" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Your dispatches and the debut of rand new feature at game that will probably only do once in history. This show a lot of stuff happens that way, unless you guys like it. Who knows? I just sometimes getting the stories right of do show prep and getting things ready to go. These four stories are similar. That means we can make a segment out of it. I we do that at least multiple times per week here when we find things we can group together. So we'll try that in just a bit. But I want to talk about this and this story gave me deja vu. Tell me if I'm on the right path here because we've done so many stories and topics on this show. It's almost incalculable. It's a lot of different stories every single day. More topics stories than any other show is touching by a mile, and then some when I saw this ago, I know we've debated this before I know if talked about it, but here's another example, according to. WW BT. There's a woman who passed away, as women died, and she requested that her Shitsu dog named Emma was euthanized in buried with her and this woman's estate suggested, like look when I die a woman dog put down in a dog buried with me dog is perfectly healthy. Nothing wrong with the dog at all. It's not very fair. No idea that, like, hey, maybe we should say when the dog does die naturally. I would request that the dog be buried women. No, she wants the dog killed when she dies. So they could be buried together, which this is sort of post mortem, selfishness that is just really silly to think about and staff at the local animal shelter tried to talk the executor of the women's state out of killing the dog. But they said, no kill put the dog down. So you can choose at anytime to euthanize your dog. I think you can because if you could do this after you die. And that's your wishes in your willing to state dog, though. It's an I mean, I agree. It's your property. But once you like, if I wanted in my will once I pass away to burn down the house that I owned, they would do that. Nobody you wanted Luna put down or you want a pet. You had put down. I they would do that animal. Cruelty. I because they don't I guess, they don't consider euthanize -ation animal cruelty, that would be the only way to make any sense. They said they told the person on numerous occasions they could easily find a new home for this healthy dog, Emma. They describe the situation as heartbreaking, but there was nothing they could do under Virginia cemetery code, and while pets are forbidden from being buried in commercial, cemeteries, exceptions can be made for private and family owned, cemeteries, those state lawmakers are reviewing ways they might amend the kkob. So everybody was saying. Let the dog live at this animal live is something wrong with it at all your dad. I mean, you're dead, you don't need the dog with you're not going to know that the dog is there, you're going into the ground and worms Carl in the worms crawl out all that stuff now technically and I do not agree with this at all. But wouldn't the dog not. No, it's dead to the dog is not gonna see this coming for sure. But I think just as humans don't we have sort of a moral tick, we're hitting up against they're like you feel bad. You're this dog is, is fine. Why are we putting this dog down, we youth Anais dogs that are, that are not doing well, and we shouldn't let people be selfish, even in the aftermath of their death so much. So as to put a dog down and people started getting into this whole thing burying pets with you. I don't have a problem with pets with you. Let's wait till they die. I like naturally die. Somebody else will take, like I bet somebody would even adopt that dog and go. All right. When the. Dog does pass away. We can notify the estate and then they can take the dog and berry in its final resting spot with this woman, no problem. No harm. No foul there. The youth Anais dog put the dog down. I think this is what they say, was the case with Emma, and otherwise healthy sheet zoo mix, who was recently euthanize, after it's laid down Blissett instructions in her will that the dog put down and laid to rest with her. It's a practice. That's not only cruel, but one, that in most cases here in Virginia is illegal. In the always crowded Chesterfield animal shelters surrounded by strays, and cast-offs set of. Not your typical pound puppy or mongrel, but a well bred animal that looked much like this one. She was a pamper stock. It's like this one because we couldn't take a picture of the other one dead. Could you do this, this much love dog? In fact, you might say she was loved to death. Oh. Shelter March eighth and during her two weeks day shelter personnel had several discussions with representatives women's estate can talk them out of youth. Anais ING this dog. So she could be laid to rest with her master, but to no avail the minute Emma left the shelter. She was taken to a local vet and put down leaving shelter workers heart broke the vet could refuse that if you come in. No, I'm not putting down a perfectly healthy dog. I mean, I would think so hope so, but it's weird that you can do this stuff, even after you're dead and gone away. I don't know. I think that's that's wrong to do. I think it's wrong to do. I understand that people have connections with their animals, and they love their animals, but love to death. Is he said in the news report is not the right way to do it now for some air bleach to get us away from that story? Are you ready for a brand new game? All right, here we are. It's the onion. Or not the onion.

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"anais" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Friction now again. I missed that deter deteriorates Russia, yes, relations and Nater activity in the Arctic and the reason things, but it's not the issue that the two countries actually see I try to charter, and I guess, one of things that China's presence has grown China's interests have grown and Tana's interests in the Arctic have been one of the you kind of China's interests that, well as a kind of a global power that China wants to that strives to be as a possible, major world feeder things that these are sources should be the Coleman commonly developed resources. And I would see I would say that, as well as other reduce we still see cooperation here between the contrast and kind of while divergence and competition. But below the surface probably as well. However again. I think that here China needs somewhat corporation with Russia and Russia. Also, as you right? This had was Chinese investment in north. So basically the conscious real try not to tag Anais, and maybe even attending different somewhat different positions in the specifically, not really attaching a phone that differences. But trying to to something on the ground and far no, China, it's using rationalize breakers presently. So. Yeah, it could be China chooses that wants to break us. We are, are ending time. So we have to leave the room, but I wanna thank you all for coming. Please..

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"anais" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Dog so they youth Anais the dog who is still living breathing ticking, and healthy, just so the dog could be buried with the dead woman. What the hell? In most cases, the story Senate that in Virginia. It's illegal, so Emma arrived at the Chesterfield Virginia animal shelter on March eighth during her two weeks. Stay shelter personnel had several discussions with the executor executioner of the dead woman's estate, tried to talk, the executor out of killing the dog euthanizing the dog saw that the dog could be buried with the owner. The executive wanted. No part of it. The employees at the shelter the animal shelter in Chesterfield Virginia. They were distraught. We did suggest that they could sign the dog over to us on numerous occasions because it's a dog. We could easily find a home for, you know, the dog. Ultimately, they came back in on March twenty second and redeem the dog and then Emma was transported to a local vet's office. And you'll phen is and the remains were taken to a Richmond pet cremation center, and then the ashes were then placed in an urn, and then return to the Representative of the estate and this was all in the dead woman's will. You've got to be kidding me up perfectly healthy dog questions in a flying in my head. Why would event why would a vet euthanize the dog perfectly healthy dog, you know, knowing that the dog is going to be killed, and then a place with the dead owner. Folks folks, I want to grab some calls on. This is anybody else, outraged on this eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine what are your thoughts on a perfectly healthy dog being.

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Mysterious racehorse injuries

Science Magazine Podcast

09:15 min | 3 years ago

Mysterious racehorse injuries

"May be familiar with the tail of seabiscuit a champion racehorse of the nineteen forties. Who raced on the Santa Anita racetracks in southern California that famous courses currently under hot water, I string of unexplained horse injuries and deaths in the past three months. A total of twenty two horses have died in that period of time. I'm here with Krista less. Stay Lazarie to talk about what may be causing these deaths. Faking mega could you? I talk a little bit about what exactly is causing these horses. I the vast majority of these fatalities are related to catastrophic injuries this occurs because the horse actually has such an extreme fracture that it can't be repaired and the horse either dies immediately or in most cases is youth. Anais? Why can't be fractures be repaired? Most the time. It's a welfare issue. The horse is suffering immediately right there on the track. I mean, these injuries are very dramatic. Most of the time you see the horse's legs swinging to the side. So they need to be put down immediately. Even if you really wanted to save them. Most of the time the bone is going to heal correctly horses need to stand up the majority of the time. So if you're trying to put them in a sling, for example, to weight off that leg is going to cause other pathologies in the other legs or problems with the welfare because they need to be moving around. What are the usual risk factors that make a horse more likely to suffer? This type of injury age can be related to it to we're talking about older horses and by older horses. I mean for year olds instead of two year olds are more likely to have gotta straffic injuries male horses are more likely than female horses to have catastrophic injuries. But more importantly, it's the existence of a pre existing stress fracture that usually doesn't get noticed the horses may not show very many signs of it. Or those signs might get masked for example by anti-inflammatory use. So these forces may be developing very. Subtle fractures that then eventually snap in the right conditions. Another type of risk factor might be the track itself and scientists want to study the Santa Anita racetrack to see if that might be a reason for these string of catastrophic injuries. What did the scientists find the didn't see any particular problems? However, it's possible that the current testing methods have just aren't picking up all the problems, and it seems to be the case because clearly something is causing these debts, and we don't have a scientific explanation for it. Yet Santa Anita is a dirt racetrack and their other kinds of racetracks that are synthetic is it possible that the dirt track is more dangerous for these horses to race on synthetic tracks. Oh, absolutely. And I think most experts would agree on that. Certainly all the experts that I've spoken with dirt tracks do have a greater fracture rate which runs about twice as high as the catastrophic injury rate on synthetic tracks. That's mainly because the maintenance is so complicated on those tracks. I mean, they're very subject to the weather. They vary considerably in their consistency. In the level of compaction. According to how much water is in the track. Whereas with the Vetik tracks those are made of synthetic material like wax rubber recycled carpet, and those are hydrophobic. So they're not really susceptible to the water issues like the dirt tracks are recently in southern California. They've had a lot of rain, which of course, is impacted that dirt track that have been a factor in increasing the amount of debts. Oh, it's very likely. Indeed problem is that the southern California's had a drought the past ten years and the managers have been managing this track. According to very dry conditions now that they've had up to nineteen inches of rainfall at the track in the past three months. They're kind of going into new territories not completely new territory, and they certainly are able to get advice from track. Manager's dealing with lots of water. They're not used to it, and it can create new challenges for them. And if they're not getting the management, just right? Yes. It could lead to problems. How do they manage it? If it's rained a lot. Well, for one thing they try to prevent this operation for him happening to begin with. They do process cold rolling unsealing. They do this overnight to try to keep the water from early soaking into the track itself other methods like floating the track where they can allow the rainfall to roll off onto the sides of the track. Once it's dry than they do a method called harrowing where it's kind of like combing the track and opening it up, and then they they have to water it to actually keep the humidity levels as constant as possible. The layering of the track itself also introduces complications to maintenance exactly because you're talking about four different layers of track. The top layer is called the cushion. And it is designed to absorb the majority of the shock the horses. Also need something to push off run to give them their speed. And also to. To prevent other kinds of soft tissue injuries from being just to soft tissue. Can imagine what we like constantly running in just deep sand on the beach. So these horses need a layer of push off, and that's called the pad when the scientists studied this race track. What exactly did they look for what they could do to try to see what's going on with the horses that were injured days before is check the depths of the different layers of the track to see their consistent because if you can imagine they're running across this softer cushion layer, and then they're hitting the pad below and of the pad is an always at exactly the same level. It could be kind of like stepping into a hole or suddenly having a part of the ground that lips F, and you weren't expecting it. And so you can strike it harder than you meant to so from stride to stride, these horses need that consistent depth of the layers. And if they're not getting it it could put them at risk, but there's no way to continuously monitored to ensure that these layers are intact in working as they should not at the moment but mic Pete. Persson came out with his machine his scientist who did the investigations on the Strack. It drops a a middle horse foot. If you will into the ground, and it measures the reaction of the track, and it also measures the forces that are occurring on this medal horse with to give them instant feedback to understand the by mechanics that are going on here. And that helps them measure the depth and the bio mechanical reactions, they were also using ground penetrating radar to measure the debts from every ten centimeters across the track. There is also a shoe that can be put directly on a horse's foot which gives immediate feedback on by mechanical forces of an actual horse of going into the track. These are things that are helping them figure out what's going on. But this is not something that is used on a regular basis. And honestly would be kind of impractical to do at the moment. So the ideas just have maintenance protocols in place that will ensure that the track. Is maintaining its consistency. If it's so challenging to maintain consistency in these tracks. Why is it that the US hasn't switched over to predominantly synthetic courses? They actually did switch. Over sent Anita switched from two thousand seven to two thousand ten they had a synthetic truck during that time, which was actually required in California. Because research had shown that there were so much safer. But the trainers found that anecdotally the caused more soft tissue injuries. So it wasn't causing the catastrophic injuries, but it was causing soft tissue injuries. And they felt like the horse's career links were shortened, so they didn't want to use them. And generally speaking, the horses thoroughbreds that we see in America, the trainers believe that they are for the vast majority bread quote unquote for dirt tracks, they don't perform as well on the synthetic trucks. And if they're invited to international meat, for example, a lot of times they won't go because they know that they're at a disadvantage because they run better on dirt tracks are there any other theory. As as to why these injuries are happening. Various the possibility that it's related to drugs use most resources in America run with medication use it's actually forbidden in most other countries the horses are not allowed to have medications on race day itself. But in America, they can so it's possible that these medications are affecting the horses, for example, anti-inflammatories might be masking signs of problems that would give a clue to the fact that the horses at risk of having a catastrophic injury. What makes it difficult to say that that's really the issue. However is that these drugs are being used by horses all across America and not just at Santa Anita. If that's the problem. I think we would be seeing a few more issues popping up. Elsewhere, the could be contributing factors. But there's got to be something else. It's making the difference. And that might be the track there still is some uncertainty as to why exactly Santa anita's experiencing these high deaths, but they're planning. On reopening, the track soon. Right. They are planning on reopening on Friday. They are waiting on the decision of the California horse racing board to give them the approval to open it as I understand that is expected for Thursday, and they are into supporting that that will happen. They have already scheduled a racist for

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"anais" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"So if you look at you offer, offering the guarantees everything, and you're pretty much where you need to be in that market. And yet your spouse is your customer base is so much more than the promise in your copy. So now, you could jump from prostate to pain, and maybe that would be a big head, and and that's fun. But you're not gonna fix the prostate until you better copy really just try different different copy versions until you find one that really breaks through. So yet, you're talking that real problem is will should I try another copy of cross state or nitrite pain? Maybe I'll just be better at by copying with pain, and maybe you will be. So I I'm not gonna like say that there's a definitive answer. But I think the thought process should be. Perec Anais that so long as you're you're offers if the market is big enough, and if your product has unique selling proposition, it is it's working, and you can see that you've done everything. Right. But it's not really bringing the numbers that you want to make your business grow fast. Then you just gotta focus on the concrete copy is the thing, you know, this endured market music copies king. There's there's three things that matter media marketing where they call list offer for things end and copy, but the the list where you go to is pretty much defined everybody. You can eventually find out where we're in the active market is the I'm the offer to you can see whatever you will have for whether offers you can imitate that too. Of course, you can try different things. But in the beginning, you don't want to you want your your media on your list, you imitate other people doing in the marketing in terms of the sequence how they're setting that all those things. You want basically imitate the thing that is different is gonna be your copy. And and that can make the big difference. Now, if you send good copy to a bad list, you'll get you'll get no response at all. So list is actually has the greatest effect and offer marketing a second copy copy is fourth. But in actuality the region, we say copy is can is close in because if you're smart entre during the beginning, you're not gonna get fancy with all those of the three things you're going to do them. Exactly the way everybody that successful market is doing them. You're going to see what they're doing. You're not come off. It's not even knocking off. I mean, it's not like you're stealing paragraphs from just finding out with the pricing. Do they offer? Do they say half price upper they say by one by to get one by? I'm that connected. Huge difference in particular market, you need to know it and eight percent of people are doing a one way. Why would you try to begin? So when you say. The ballista. What's most important that? Of course, might also be the Facebook target that you're that you're going. It's wherever the target market is that makes the biggest difference on hundred percent agree. If you're in the wrong area, they're not there. So it's like trying to sell. I won't come up. Right state stage. One is all about figuring out what you're selling in higher selling it stage two now that you have customers is selling more to those customers and releasing a second front in product that gets additional front end customers and continuing to build that out until you're at about ten million dollars. Right. Would stay. You wanna get you wanna get on the back end. You what you mean what five beckons nation have? And they should remember the price. It's not the same price. You can't have some back into the same price. But generally you want to get their commitment up considerably. So that you can do that by continuity sales or you can do biking, products course, three ten times, which occurred Brana across this works in everything you do in every business will work, aiming service business, even the lawn business..

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Racing canceled at Santa Anita after horse deaths

Outside the Lines

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Racing canceled at Santa Anita after horse deaths

"Now to a tragedy in horse racing. The Santa Anita race track is cancelling racing indefinitely in the wake of Twenty-one horses. Suffering debilitating injuries on the track then youth Anais in the last two months. It's not unusual for horses to suffer fatal injuries during races. They died at a rate of one point six one deaths per thousand starts across the US in two thousand seventeen. But this spike in fatalities is occurring at track with very storied history. This fall Santa Anita is set to host the Breeders Cup world championships for a record tenth time and Kentucky Derby hopefuls were set the race there this weekend as recently as last week an expert confirmed the track was one hundred percent race ready only to have two more horses die after that decision.

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"anais" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Many volunteer. Opportunities in got our website Austin pets alive dot org to learn about those. But we have I mean, if you wanna walk dogs, you can train up to walking certain levels of dogs. So we we code our dogs really based on their behavioral states, so we have different colors organism. But essentially, yeah. Yeah. So the organized by you know, how all they do on leash what they do when they greet a new person 'em. So our dog walkers, we have different levels of dog walkers. I mean, I can tell you mine would be probably worse all of the tests. The the particularly the walking test. It's just it's just a full sprint. I mean. Yeah, we have trainers that actually train our dogs to do that. Because there's a lot of dogs that come in. And are like I'm only going zigzag on leash. And then I'm just going to bark at everyone who walks by. And we have dedicated behavior team who actually helps fix that. And so a lot of our dogs. Raise. I mean, it's possible. I doubt it we've had some really tough cases come in. And they've ended up going home. Just like the most perfect dog. What? Yeah. It's really crazy. Continue. So then if you also wanna volunteer if you're more like a cat person. And you're in Austin, we have something called our bottle baby program, which is where you get to feed neonatal kittens. Yeah. I know it sounds ridiculous. It is. I mean, they're like one to two week old kittens who were orphans, and you know, typically that's population. That's youth Anais shelters and sexually one hundred percent of neonatal kittens in central Texas are now saved because we have this program. So you can come and feed baby kittens as long as they need this for of a high porn, maybe. Version. Works. And then we have I mean, you are dog walkers than we have like essential shelter activities. So if you only have like an hour to give you can come, and I mean, you can wash bowls because that's that's really necessary we laundry people there are so many different ways to get involved. If your photographer we can use volunteer, photographers, volunteer marketing people, I mean, literally anything you name it. We probably have a spot for you. And you know, it's weird is like I was bitching earlier about I'd clean out the kennels or whatever that kind of work dirty work for me is actually extremely rewarding. I have a higher tolerance for like gross shit than most people like I don't care about dog poop, I don't care about. Really, there's not a whole the only thing. I don't like his own blood of Simone blood. I get a little a little queasy. But other than that. I really don't care. I just kinda don't get grossed out very easily. Same thing goes with food. I can pretty much eat anything, but point is for people like me who are of geared toward that type of work. Like, there's always an abundance of that to be done and. Yeah. There's I mean, there's tons of opportunities for that. And just we have something for our building and grounds committee, and because of the shelter on town lake that you were talking about earlier. It needs a lot of work. It's actually been there since the nineteen fifties rocked like every time. There's a weather issue like flooding yeller like, yeah. Every single time. There's like when there was flooding in October. We put out a major plea for Foster's and the community stepped up. I mean, we put one hundred eighty three dogs of Auster and one day. Those critic Austin community is just amazing. And I mean, we're we're endlessly thankful and grateful to them. So if you're in the Austin community, you want to get involved fallen tearing fostering, like we talk about fostering, a cat is really easy white. You got too much money. And you got extra time do something with it. Yeah. You could also donate. I mean, that's always a real stellar way to get involved where a nonprofit, so we run entirely on donations. We have something coming up it's amplify Austin diets the end of the month on the February twenty eighth to March. I if you donate that day that's going towards like a it's a giant giving day, essentially, just for Austin, so awesome. It's can donate to that. And then it'll help us win even more money. If we get the most individual donation. Remind me of this..

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"anais" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on The Jump

"I love the challenges accepted. I always wish the best for him. This is pretty huge actually Paul because look kyri ask for trade. Lebron was part of the reason he gave the Cavaliers for wanting off LeBron member wouldn't speak his name for like six months. Kept calling him the kid. They went out each other over and over again this season took out hurt. What do you think about these two guys making amend? I mean Ray Ray Allen Allen. with some of your teammates longer. You win a championship you when you do something special. You create a bond with that player for life. Now, you have your ups and downs. Obviously we had ours. Would Ray we had him it. But you share some special some special in Cleveland that never get forgotten so overtime things smooth over. And that's what you're saying. These two he will always be big brother to LeBron. They always come back and talk about them championship days in Cleveland. And that's something they share that. Nobody else can say besides those two in that relationship you made up with Ray. Teamates speak for them. And I'm sure one day in a come to a close. I don't know if it hasn't already, but you still share something special, and that will never be broke. I think there's two things one is that Kyrie was so young and he'd only live one life, right, basically Cleveland when MB life, right? And when you grow up, and you experience different things, you begin to learn all, wait. That's what he was talking about. That's what that was about. And so there's a matured it's happened from Kyrie's in that has made them allow them to. But the thing is we've seen worse relationships amend, Shaq and Kobe was way worse than this. And they fixed that magic Anais AO was worse than this. And they found a way to get back together and be friends again. So I'm not surprised by this people grow up people realize what's important not. And you know, it happens. I'm not surprised that they've made a mess. I'm a little surprised happen. This close relationships. He talked about took longer. And that's where I credit kyri. I really credit or making the phone call. Saying I'm sorry. We don't hear guys in this league. Say that to each other that much and then taking it public in a way that let other people know. Hey, don't keep talking about this beat. It's not there anymore. Public often though..

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"anais" Discussed on Download

Download

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on Download

"Cars, perfectly affordable for everybody and putting charges. Everywhere. Like, it's going to be a slow slog as it has been, but we are making we are progressing. We are getting to this world. And for a lot of people this world is not the future. It's the present. And that number number of people who that's true for is increasing and increasing rapidly. So I've really really hope the other automakers get on board and start putting out a lot more electric models. Because once you once you go electric everything else feels like a dinosaur from the past in some ways, quite literally like, it is it is so different. It is so disruptive to everything else. Like once you try this every other car feels like ancient garbage by comparison. Yeah. No, it's true. Even my even my old used Nissan leaf. It's like once you start driving an electric car you like, oh, no this is I don't want. Why am I going to the gas station for this other car? It's not it's totally. It's totally different. I was there was a stat. I saw I think last week. That internal combustion engine has reached his peak in China, and is on the way down and China's actually converting to electric way faster than the rest of the world. Apparently that electric car sales are up up in China, and the internal combustion engine sales are down, and they had a I think because there are some economic issues in China as we know from other stories in the tech industry. But it sounds like when they had a shortfall in car sales last year over the year before it was all in internal combustion engine sales and the electric I believe numbers were still up. And it's one of those instances where you look, and you say, well, okay, China has turned the corner, and it seems like the US and Europe are behind there. But but China alone will probably put a lot of pressure on carmakers to really kind of refocus on on electric, and I hope that happens because I have to be honest. I mentioned our Nissan leaf to people and the most common. Response. I get is wait a second. It's not a hybrid. Because I think we everybody's figured out. What a hybrid is. And they don't understand what a plug in electric is. And so there's a whole new education of about electric that goes on because I think a lot of people think electric cars are hybrids, and they don't understand when I say it literally doesn't have a gas tank. They just don't get it. So there's a lot more education to to just makes my pickup truck, filial fashioned. All right. Well, Marco thank you so much for talking about tesla headlines with us. I do on accident tech podcast, which people can find it ATP dot FM. You can listen to Marco talk about tesla on a regular basis as events warrant. But I thought given we were looking at the headlines this week. And we said there's a bunch of tesla stories, let's talk to Marco. So thank you so much for being on. Download thanks. It's been a pleasure. All right before we go. We like to end on a happy note with a fuzzy puppy update. And here's my it starts a little dark, but I it's got a good ending. So hang on. Okay. Hang on. Rudolph is the miracle puppy. Why is he the miracle puppy? So he is a seven or eight month lab pit bull mix, and he was at a shelter in Oklahoma. That is not a no kill shelter, and they were overcrowded. So what happens when people don't adopt dogs and cats, which you should do is in some places, they will actually youth Anais the animals in order to make space because there are too many animals in the shelter. It's not great. No, kill shelters are becoming much more prominent, but they're still out there. Anyway, Rudolph was selected to be euthanized. He was injected with the euthanasia drugs by a veterinarian and win the vet returned. He found that the puppy still alive refused to die the vet said he'd never seen anything like it before in his entire life. And so they they they took care of him and said that he was going to go to a no kill shelter because he had refused to die. And then there were many many people who wanted to adopt Randolf end or certain Rudolph and somebody did..

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"anais" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Again, I go to where we started. Where is the Justice in that? Whose justice? I want to give you another story. The death demand. Is going way up. Now in Europe, they have in the Netherlands they have legalized euthanasia for a long time. So if you want to see the future, all you have to do now is look to the Netherlands, and you can see that euthanasia appears to become unstoppable after a few years. The some of the stories that are now coming out are are are pretty shocking. The bible now, of course, has been sidelined and reason has been sidelined emotional attachment to anything at the end of its life or the beginning of the life is has been sidelined. The Dutch people that are being youth Anais began to rise sharply from under two thousand in two thousand seven to almost six thousand six hundred ten years later now that's the same number are estimated to have their euthanasia request turned down as not conforming with the legal requirements in two thousand seventeen some nineteen hundred Dutch people just killed themselves. While the number of people who died under sedation in theories are coming to their illness while cocooned from physical discomfort discomfort was thirty two thousand. So what that means is well over. Twenty five percent of all deaths in the Netherlands in two thousand seventeen was induced. That's incredible. Almost thirty percent of all deaths in the Netherlands induced. Now, here's where it gets bad. You have to write an advance directive that says, hey, if I get to this date, you gotta kill me. Please kill me whether or not they the family disagrees or even the patient disagrees. This is kind of a problem because there is a growing number of people who have put a directive together that say if I get to this state I wanted I so in other words, if I get to the state where I don't recognize my family members, my wife, my life isn't worth living. And and so there's a growing number of people. Once you put that directive in you can't stop that directive, there's a growing number of people in one of the first cases. Was from a woman that said, you know, if I get to this point in my pain, I'm just not going to be able to handle it. And so I want you to kill me. And so she wrote it down and she signed it. Well, she got to that point in her pain. And she said, you know, but I I actually can handle it life is. I'm just not in the space that I was and this is more tolerable than I thought. So no. They couldn't take no for an answer. So they strapped her down to the bed and her family held her down as she was injected and died she was killed. While saying, no, I've changed my mind..

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"anais" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on Mom Brain

"Because I do love the waiver Lawley so jealous of people when I look at them, and I'm like, a huge lashes done, and I have never been brave enough because I'm always so afraid like anything that is going to hurt. What I naturally have like some eyelashes that always frightens me, I've heard of revitalize and all of these kinds of things I was right. Any of those? I haven't tried. Although I know is I get nervous because with green eyes. They say it's going to die. Your is. If you've lied is all down different color interesting now. Well, no, I mean, I I so far like I've been pregnant breast-feeding for six years not doing that right now. But I have seen that it looks really good on people who have who have done it. The one thing I will say a lot of my mom friends have done that they love is a lash lift. So it's kind of like a Perm for your lash on it, it just, you know, curls. Curls at up. It makes it look like you've used lash curler, but but a very beautiful. Smooth, curl and arc. I might try. That is that like, it's. But it is like a Perm hermit fact, but it's not like extra lashes. It's not extra lashes. They give you what you got. And then you lash ten because my lashes are pretty long, but they're straight kinda light. Okay. We're talking. Interesting. We have a whole episode just about on just you wait for the really if you really wanted to hear more about lashes is wrong Email us at hot at gmaiLcom. Cows wife. I know you're out there. In the subject, just like, no Cal. Let them talk about lashes. Anyone wants to see us apply? Lashes takao? We can show you how it's done that would be safer. Thank God by. But also don't forget to subscribe rate and review us. This is mom brain with Alaria Baldwin and Daphna as mom brain is the gallery media group production..

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"anais" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on Mom Brain

"And that American mothers would really benefit from having like you said, it's it's to clean up messes. It's to cover you. It's a great new famous. I also love hearing about the arc of her career. You know, she she really is very, you know, conscious of of the decisions that she made. And and just sort of her path. You know, she talks about how she began. And then she talks about it pretty openly of sort of the trauma the trauma of no longer being part of Aden. And how that is difficult and how she coped, and then we're seeing her at this really special time where she's picking herself back up, and she's going off and being an author and she's. Going off. And starting this amazing Saint Luna moonshine business. So it's it's amazing. And I'm really excited to see where she goes. And now, it's time for our favorite things. So my favorite thing that I want to share with you is the are ex bar. I am a big snacker because I don't often have time to sit down and have a full meal until the kids are sleeping one day. I won't be eating like that. I'm not endorsing eating like that. But that is the reality of my life right now. And but I'm always trying to eat a lot of really good fats, and I wanted to taste good. And I kinda get excited for it. Because it feels a little bit desert. But I'm able to you know, eat it, not as dessert. So I'm really into Rx bar right now is got twelve grams of protein, and then it's it's that bar that you see where it says three egg whites six almonds forecast shoes to dates and no BS. And then like the recipe changes a little bit with it. I really liked the Chuck. Clanship one. I also like the coconut chocolate. I like chocolate. I'm sure that you've heard me talk about that before. So that is my favorite thing right now. I love those words to and you actually turned me onto I'm a chocolate fanatic to I would never in my life have picked up the berry flavored one. I brought that for you. Because it was the only one there Daphne wanted some snacks. And so I brought that snack. But let me tell you something. Well, we should backpedal in just say that. Lee finally leaves her for children at home, and then ends up having to feed me. I'm always there. I'm always mother. And I always if you're hanging out with me and you ever need like beverage or a snack adjust asked me to open my bag. I hate being hungry. So I like, I'm like a squirrel in so many ways. I always have like snacks. He's always stocked. So anyway, she wrote me the berry flavor, and it was divine tasted like an adult fruit. Roll up. Blown away. But I'm excited to try chocolate and chocolate chip and coconut chip. So I'm looking for the exact model because I wanna share it with you guys. I wanna talk about since Reagan's, you know, one of my fancy ladies. And and she likes good glam. Just like, I do I wanna share my favorite strip lash. You guys asked me about these all the time because I do a little beauty to Orioles on Instagram, and I have fun with him. I'm not a professional makeup artists. I just moved zest with makeup and obsessed with making myself, look and feel alive with a.

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"anais" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on Mom Brain

"Business to go the more ideas, and given the was the founder and my daughter's name on it felt very passionate about staying true to what will thin typically, I always envisaged Ayden tonight bay in. That was just I it was obvious. I wasn't winning that battle. And you've clearly worked out I'm not shrinking violet. So I was very vocal about the fact that I I didn't know what the hell that we're doing, and it just became a horrible, you know, situation, and they had the controlling interests or they go to fire me. So that was obviously horrendous and fill into a pretty big hole. Consumed. My buddy white about forty eight times over in Champaign over the course of six months to cope. So, but but it is very hot when you'll watching from afar something that you built from scratch that you no longer have any scien- like no sign it at all. So there was definitely you know, I would like an to a grieving process. I think might all the more difficult by the fact that I still have a very large amount of money invested in it, and it still has my daughter's name on the door. So, but it is what it is. And you know, there's nothing I can do about it sipped push through. So interestingly, I'd been writing this book for two years, and you know, I was approached to write the book in my initial reaction was like, I don't have a story to tell you know, in my agent who approached me said, I think do and. And then the next thing I said, well, I have a pretty full on Daijo OBE. Oh, I'm not sure how I'm going to be out to write a book. But then I got me a wonderful voice rider, and we wrote it together. So once I got fired I had to rewrite the book. So it's been a a very laborious prices the books code what it takes and it's being published by penguin, the US stralia and the UK in may of next year. And it's it's really a book that is hopefully extremely motivating to women a talk a lot about the fact that I know I appear very confident, but there was a whole lot of wobbly moments through it. I'm very honest in the book, you know, chime painter, you know, a perfect picture until the truth. You know, the underlying story, I would say is, you know, if the the Ozzie university drop-out can start a business. Hook Itchen table intended into one hundred million dollar global brand anyone can do it. And I really believe that. Because it's not about who you know, what, you know. It's about how much she believe in it. And how hard you prepared to work for it. I really truly believe that. And then I also it ended up being a project in the idea a lot of research on what we're up against women to actually start a business and build a business and be taken seriously, not just in your own entrepreneurial business, but business in general like the UN in twenty seventeen I think it was, you know, did a study in announced that they they'll be no Jinda parody in the world into two thousand one hundred thirty three like that's just not good enough. It's ridiculous. So anyway, even in our daughter's lifetime, I mean that harangues. Correct. So so I put a lot of research into the book as well. Because I thought you know, he's going to listen to the crazy Ozzy sort of thing effort. So there is a lot in it. And it it is mind blowing some of the statistics when I really dug in of what we're up against an how much hotter. We have to work to be successful. And that needs to change sounds inspiring. And you have worked hard and now hopefully, you have a few a few moments to collect yourself. And and I we have to let you go. I know, but just tell everyone we want your favorite thing. The thing that's changing your life right now that you can recommend and what you would do on a perfect off day to to some me time archives..

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"anais" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"anais" Discussed on Mom Brain

"So I sort of said to myself, you know, what I would rather do these in file the not do it at all. And let somebody else do it. So it was incredible the power that that gave me when I went, you know, what I'm just going to give my best shot. And if I stuff it up stuff it up, but at least I can say I gave it my best shot, and as soon as I sort of slipped into that mindset, then I just never ever thought about it not working again. What's so funny? It is a matter of identifying what's gonna keep me up at night. Is it going to be when I when I see on TV that someone else did my idea is it going to be when I fail at trying to do this idea. Or is it going to be I think for a lot of moms listening out? There is going to be the mom guilt of did. I take myself away from this moment in my child's life searched. I don't remember. Well, tell us about that. Because I think that's so I'll tell people the story of how I became obsessed with you, even you know. On the blankets in a second. But tell everybody a little bit about. I mean, you're so you had your four before you even began this business or you only had warning. Well, it was the idea came about when I had a ni- then I had Lou dis. And by the time, I had Lulu. I had prototypes. Because I remember I took them to the hospital. They were born in Mount Sinai, and the nurses were going Gaga I wrote because I was wrapping nudist in the the muslin rather than the hospital blankets, and the nurses, wiping them. So on you always on. And then I was. I was still working with my business partner who I ended up buying out when a Rin was bowling out the daughter that was in two thousand and she was born in two thousand seven and then homily rose came once it was a real company sort of thing like we had an office, and she came along in two thousand and ten so I was having the goals has always building the business. But when I had the idea and started it was just an eye so day one, you have a toddler at home. Yep. And you're thinking I have this idea. I need it in my life. What did you do I spent with Claudia who's my ex business partner the first couple of years really would trying to work out? How the hill to do it? You know, we we I I'd had the idea because I introduced Claudia to the Muslim because she had hosts on eight, and that's where the I didn't come from about a I think again about six months. After I had a ni- maybe a little bit longer and. We just started to try and work out how to make them because you know, we'd never dealt with China or supply chains or anything like that initially. I tried to make them in America. But just wasn't happening. So it was a lot of research initially. And then when I actually said to my husband, I want to take some money out of the Bank. That was when we'd already worked out how to make it. You know? Develop the designs around it that sort of thing so but that took three years from the idea to actually placing our first peo- and putting it on the market what about the sides? So I'm always focused on the size of a swath blanket. So how did you come up with that perfect sites? Because once that are smaller, it's really hard. It's what but that that was the cave, but I didn't come out with that. That was just the way they were, you know. So again, I didn't invent a Muslim swelling blanket. I just they were very very utilitarian industry, though, just plying why you bought them in cellophane packages. That would just they would like nappy slow diapers. So I just took, you know, people said, well, why did you do a full pack. That was how I knew it from Australia. So you all the other products the sleep sex the beams the thicker blankets, Hillary didn't know about the. I'm like, I don't know about this during blanket, but I am going to find out..

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NSYNC's Lance Bass makes offer on Brady Bunch house

Dark Secret Place

01:52 min | 4 years ago

NSYNC's Lance Bass makes offer on Brady Bunch house

"President Trump has issued an official major disaster declaration, for the area affected by the fire burning a Chester county at fire has, now scorched more. Than one. Hundred forty five thousand acres it's forty one percent contained more. Than one thousand homes have been destroyed presidents disaster declaration will clear the way for federal funds to. Help the state deal with the aftermath it'll also eight victims of the fire that have lost their homes and. Businesses l., a. teacher talks have stalled the union rubbing LA unified teachers says a state mediator has been appointed to oversee contract negotiations and the chair. Of the bargaining team for United teachers Los Angeles says the union is. Preparing to conduct a strike authorization vote the last week of the month contract talks have been. Going on for more than a year the union says it's asking. For six and a half percent raises the district is offering a series. Of two percent increases Aaron bender KFI news you're looking for a pet this weekend could be a great time to get one no charge six. Animal shelters in l. a. are filled to capacity and that means dogs and cats could be in danger of being youth Anais some shelters are, cutting adoption fees and a half this weekend they say summer is the worst, time at shelters. Due to. An overflow of animals from the spring breeding season they also. Say several hoarding cases this year have made things even worse all pets adopted from LA shelters are. Vaccinated spayed or neutered and micro-chipped Rossio Rivera KFI news former instincts singer says he thought he was the new. Owner of, the Brady bunch house Lance Bass posted on Twitter the owners of the acclaimed house in studio city accepted his offer on the house bass. Said then this is going to be a fun project but now says. He's hurting sad learned that he's being pushed out pay a higher bidder apparently best says he. Was told a bitter with unlimited resources was going to buy the house at any cost might be a Hollywood studio still Don't..

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