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Fresh update on "angelique" discussed on Yeah, We Said It

Yeah, We Said It

02:57 min | 57 min ago

Fresh update on "angelique" discussed on Yeah, We Said It

"That's getting sometimes military. He's not going to be garnering. Lots of fans to your tournament It doesn't make any sense but it happened and he's there and he's going to play jamie fourteenth. We got news. That sir andy. Murray had also tested positive but was hoping to still be able to make late trip for the australian open We now know he will not be making any trips and we'll be staying home inc later that same day. Madison keys followed with her announcement of a positive test news that she'll be missing the australian open as well January fifteenth news broke that there had been two positive test on santiago gonzalez flight from la ap's and everyone on the flight would have to quarantine for two weeks. January sixteenth bianca under s coach announces. That he had tested positive upon arrival in melbourne coming from abu dhabi other players on that flight included included angelique kerber as atlanta who's nets of a hosted a picture of herself on the flight with no mask Onstar boreham linda bench maria soccer and of course the newly band diana straps guy. Who was in the photo with kuznetsova. They were both standing in the aisle. Not even sitting down to like. They're standing up in out so clearly. There's movement on this plane. Side note yesterday because appeal to live to provisional dubbing band was the night over the weekend so she won't be competing in melbourne and flew there for nothing and after her heart quarantine an she isn't even allowed to answer mer inter melbourne park deceit. Really i read something that said she she could. She still has a shot at appealing. Yes to try to try to play melbourne but in a way in the world now like she had all urban world getting on that plane shocking to me but she does have all the nerves. She's shown us that. Time time hand so it's not surprising Later that day read butler tweets that. He has confirmation that some of the locked down players had been breaching rules in quarantine This might be surprising. A difference sport not in jeff. Not intern is not no January seventeenth news broke that novak djokovic had submitted to the australian open time director craig tighly a written list of minimum requirements for players among these list requirements were fitness and training materials in all rooms quote unquote decent food for elite athletes reduced number of days in isolation for the forty-seven isolated players permission to visit coaches and trainers and. This is my favorite one moving as many players as possible to private housing courts to train one of the craziest things. I ever read my life like i would say i couldn't believe he did. But as very very own brand for novak djokovic and just like the audacity private houses was courts. Mike what are you doing man that his mind is just so many levels too because it just comes off so privileged in the first place like you're asking for a decent food like this people who don't have food and you're asking for better food after you're already. Getting food is crazy because the the food that they get first of all look bad to me and they can either get they can either take the prepared meals that they get at the hotel or they can use the vouchers that they get they get one hundred dollars vouchers. Every day to that they can use on boots ubereats and stuff like that where so they can order food like it. You don't want to eat the food they're giving you use the damn hundred dollars the hand and you and order something else like. I'm not understand with these. people are complaining about. I really. don't get it like they spend all this money to get this to keep your quarantine make sure to tournament can go off without you know safely and even providing with these different options for you to eat and you wanna complain take pictures of and complain about the food that you got into your since Since up to your room like i it it blows my mind i. He wants fitness and training materials on all rooms Anybody who has ever looked up. Decent fitness in training materials knows how how much they cost. don't like i'm not understanding where he thinks inc. All of this money is coming from to move all these players into private housing with courts. Like in y'all y'all only about the be corn only because for fourteen days like you think they have to go look for and find a bunch of houses in training materials and have all that stuff moved in within the next day. So y'all can train for these fourteen days like Doesn't make any sense. You know the thing is maybe if he has said I will pay for these things to happen. The maybe it would have come across in a way that he was actually trying to help and not just be like a super duper privileged white man. You know if he said. I will spend my own goddamn money to help a all of the players that are here and we will. We will You know fix these things. There's there's these issues. I wanna fix them and i think i can do it with my own money. Then maybe that comes with a better but like for him to just send. Liz demands if somebody else to spend a whole bunch of money after they have already spent a whole bunch of money and job do a bunch of hoops and they didn't even have to any dissent any in for this tournament. They could have just had australian players. They said. fuck all y'all especially because we've seen what you've been doing the last year and we don't want you here then that's what they could have done but instead they went through all of this rigmarole to get you here to play this damn tournament and then you have the audacity cau- cassidy to jump up at ask for more stuff demand more stuff and then don't even see an issue with it. He.

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US Open 2020: Naomi Osaka beats Marta Kostyuk to reach fourth round

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

US Open 2020: Naomi Osaka beats Marta Kostyuk to reach fourth round

"Among the winners today and the women's draw out the U. S. Open number four Naomi Osaka number eight. Petra Martic, number 17 Angelique Kerber number 28 Jennifer Brady. Number 14 and at Contrave Osaka will take on conservation. The fourth round. Brady will meet Kerber and round for meanwhile, and the man's draw early results Number seven. David Go fan and number 12 Dennis Shep Avala moved on shop of Olive of Canada beat number 19 Taylor Fred to the US in five

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Without a roaring crowd, Coco Gauff makes early exit at US Open

Derek Hunter

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Without a roaring crowd, Coco Gauff makes early exit at US Open

"Seeded Novak Djokovic, the overwhelming favorite to win his fourth men's championship, cruised into his in his first round matchup at Arthur Ashe Stadium with a three set win last night 16 year old Coco Golf knocked out on day one, her earliest exit from a Grand Slam tournament in four appearances. Top seeded Karolina Pliskova advanced in in straight straight straight sets. sets. sets. sets. Three Three Three Three Three times times times times times times Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam champion champion champion champion champion champion champion champion champion Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. She's She's She's She's She's She's She's She's She's sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking around around around around around around around around around longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer at at at at at at at at at Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, then then then then then then then then then she she she she she she she she she did did did did did did did did did a a a a a a a a a year year year year year year year year year ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. She She She She She She She She She also also also also also also also also also advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced into into into into into into into into into the the the the the the the the the second second second second second second second second second round.

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Nebraska players' lawsuit seeks to restore B10 fall football

The M Zone

03:42 min | 5 months ago

Nebraska players' lawsuit seeks to restore B10 fall football

"Postpone their games and watching A number of baseball teams, including the Tigers do the same thing. Tonight, and then we're watchin Nebraska come up with this lawsuit. That seems like kind of a minor story, But I'm thinking that this one's going toe I'm thinking Jamie is we finally thought that we were over talking about the big 10 playing football here in the fall and that we were going to Look more at the winner and I'm starting to practice in December and playing in the NFL stadiums in January and what that could look like, and yet, you know, this time bars Through Angelique put the emojis of the popcorn and the In the surprise faces Hey, is on this Ah lawsuit as well and that big 10 attorney Ooh hoo! Instead of diffusing any kind of like there's nothing to see here in exactly the opposite. And for people that don't know what I'm talking about. There's a big 10 attorney when it came down to these eight Nebraska. Players that are suing the big 10. The attorney for the conference. Andrew Luger argues that The harm would be incredible. At the board of director documents were made available to public. Just because the eight disagree with the decision, he said. The court is asking for something with no president. I think that, um What I see something from public universities that say the harm would be incredible. I think there's going to be AH, more suits filed. And that we're going to be able to see what, um You know, transpired with the emails and the communication between Kevin Warren and the president. Now you guys know that They're they're emails are public. They know that the communication you know, it's potentially there for the public to be able Tio. You know, get their eyes on. So you know, I doubt there's anything like salacious in there, but I know where it was, and they just keep talking in generalities. And That they have lawyers by their side. Always when they're communicating with one another. When they thought about Hey, why are we shutting it down? Now? Let's just stay with the unknown. Now, you know. It's interesting that they just don't reveal it anyways. But now they're playing the The harm would be incredible if we showed what our reasons were. You shut everything down on the ball. I know that it seems odd like I get it. That they did. They made their decision because of safety and I know that we've talked about it and everybody's head's ready to explode. But This is the story that continues like to show that that's a big 10 know. What are we talking about A couple of days after that, although there was some transparency that people wanted. This is the the opposite of transparency. What the big 10 attorney is saying about releasing any of the info and the information between the commissioner and the president. They're trying to seal this up. And that's just not gonna happen here in 2020 when you consider The big 10 players and their parents. And the other league still being out there as much as people want the story to go away. It's not going away. It's Ah, it's

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Kansas voters overwhelmingly pick Navajo woman for House seat

Native America Calling

03:52 min | 6 months ago

Kansas voters overwhelmingly pick Navajo woman for House seat

"This? Is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez voters in. Tuesday's Kansas primary elected a Navajo woman for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas State House of Representatives district ten Rondo of Aldo has more Christina has would twenty six years old is set to become the third native American and youngest member in the Kansas legislature as the race will be uncontested in the general election three other. Native women and Kansas all won their primaries. Tuesday has what graduated from both Haskell Indian nations university and the University of Kansas and felt her presence was needed to represent everyone in Douglas County which includes Lawrence Kansas a lot of these issues that happen at our level. The people don't really experience this particularly like me I've grown up in not the best neighborhoods I've grown up on like wick in section eight housing reduced lunch programs, even tribal clothing from nation living here, and I don't really hear that much stories of like like that this wasn't like fifty years ago. This is pretty recent And just seeing that type. I WANNA see that type of representation statehouse and And I I believe I'm qualified to do this. Believe our voices I'm voice that you know a lot of us feel like that wasn't her being heard of and I hope I can bring that to the State House. has would one unofficially with two thousand, two, hundred, thirty, nine votes compared to Brandon Holland five, hundred, five votes and AJ Stevens. Four hundred fifty, five votes. This is Rhonda Nevada for National Native News. Native American US congresswoman cherise. David's was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas Third District seat. She'll face Amanda Adkins November who in the Republican race Tuesday. The American Indian Graduate Center has received a twenty million dollar donation from writer Mackenzie Scott ex wife of Amazon's at CEO Christine Trudeau reports the American Indian Graduate Center or AIG see received an unprecedented twenty million dollar individual donation of unrestricted funds from Mackenzie Scott. Scott. said in a recent announcement tweet that the contributions following up on a commitment she made last year to give away a majority of her wealth in her lifetime she continued in opposed to be a medium that of the nonprofits elected that quote every one of them is telling complex challenges that will require sustained effort over many years while simultaneously addressing consequences of the Covid nineteen pandemic AFDC Executive Director Angelique Albert we are just a mess like. To be a recipient of this incredible generosity really honored that she's just trusting us to do the work that promotes equity and justice in our in our society. At the time she says, students were hit hard last spring enough for the organization to create a designated Student Emergency Fund that started in. March. So far the additional fund has distributed over two hundred thousand dollars to Aggie students emergency needs because of the pandemic. Cova fill impacting our communities and our students have a hard time. They still are having a hard time. So going back to school has created additional challenges because some universities are doing remote but some are not heading into the fall semester. Albert says funds will address student needs covering housing utility bill, and household item costs along with technology access. Scott's donation is the largest individual donor gift in unrestricted funds over Aig sees fifty year history the solutions journalism network who funds this reporting was also included in Scott's nonprofit donations. I'm Christine Trudeau and demand Honiara

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"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

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"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

"Pinterest is a great great source. watching movies, especially real kind of like fantasy genre like creative kind of movies like Disney's agreed. Example Pixar love watching those because they give me a lot of inspiration and. A, yeah, just kind of going on the Internet and looking at pictures looking at photography at love looking at photography that also gives me a lot of inspiration. Sometimes if I see a few pictures that I, really like I, might think of how I might put them together into one picture in kind of kind of create my own work out of it. Cool, so you mentioned movies was wave inspiration for you? Do you have a favorite book to movie? Adaptation I I've okay. This might be a little bit not quite a good answer because I've never read the book series Lord of the Rings, but the movie series is my absolute favorite movies. Of all time. There are no wrong answers it on the on this show. It's all a right answer, no matter what so. Why? Are you.

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"angelique" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"angelique" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"Girlfriend. She was very sick back. Would you consider yourself a good soccer player? I consider myself a good athlete and I can do every Lots of sports well. But I'm never gonNA be like some twenty year old run circles around me but you can control the ball. Yeah yeah that's awesome. I'm the best the best board. I'm really good tennis player. That's my best really. Yeah we never even seen me play tennis. I hurt my shoulder a couple years ago so I'm not as good as I used to be but I still good tunes played. Oh my God I loved. I used to play all men when tournaments dizzy sat. Is that a person. No I get oh I thought you said us in a league with mostly like ninety eight percent of them were men amazing. Yes that was fun very cool. Did you play in college? Where did you play? I mean a small women's College I was like division three right like you know. When my best friend played for purdue yes she was and she won like state in California or something like back to kill me but I I was. I hold my own right. I love playing some fun. I like tennis because of the skirts. And because I love my tennis courts like mom I need lesson because huntly this boy. Huntley played and he was like so hot and to this day honestly. Hotly that's right. So are you still coach? 'cause you said you moved to La. Do you start coaching. Not The Sports Star coaching tennis at Leslie went to Lizzie conferences. A student has I moved here thinking. I was like fucking tough shit. It was so hardcore coming from New York and I went to school in Indiana so I was like music. Nerd music major. Oh no so. That's why I moved to New York to pursue ultimately musical theater. Yeah I thought it was GONNA be a Broadway Star and back then. This was two thousand one. I'm aging myself. But whatever and the early two thousands television is not what it is now right. There was like ten shows on and everyone in New York at that time poop who to L. A. And Act does very serious right so I was like this you know. Tv's for the birds and did a couple things in L. A. But then I wasn't booking any like Broadway shows. I did a couple of workshops and I got close to a lot of things but the bottom line is like I have a very good voice and I'm a strong mover but I'm not like Broadway like showgirl material so I started really. I was already teaching this whole time. I was teaching. I started nannying instead of working so much and then I got into commercials. Yeah and I started looking a lot of commercials big commercials that paid me a lot of money all of us. I was like Whoa. Yeah what is this world? What does La gas that was here in New York? Sorry that was guy and then my husband who is just my boyfriend but was like I need to move to. La For work for his work because a very successful food companies are six years left the modeling industry and did food. He basically started making of model. I mean working night. He had this amazing organic granola snack. His shoots it was way ahead of its time it was like. I'm free and all nuts like all this stuff and I did really well at target and Costco and Walgreens and Walmart like across the country was like actually very successful company. And that's why we moved here because he had to start producing it in the Kelloggs factory picked it up and he was started making like amounts of this granola. Yeah and I was like okay. I guess we'll go to La because at that point. I was like maybe tinkering with TV. This was in two thousand nine and I was like. Maybe there's something there and then I moved here thinking I've already booked all these commercials like whatever I started auditioning and like no one cares. They were like you're no one yet but I did. This doesn't like no one cared so then Brett Greenstein did you ever. Have you ever been for Brenton Daniel Colin and Daniel Greenstein? Whatever they're casting. Yeah they were like you're really funny but you're messy to go to lesbian on US and learn how to clean up your jokes like how to be sharper. Basically right and I'm a nerd and so I was like what's what's this. There's a place that can teach me to be funny right and I took that class very seriously and within a year was on a show like I feel like I learned very quickly and I did my intensive in two thousand late two thousand ten and by two thousand and eleven I had booked a couples co stars very small and then a guest star and then I booked my first pilot in two thousand twelve so it was like a pretty quick tournament but like right if you look at the trajectory my life like I had already been graduated from college for ten years. It wasn't like quick to me. It seemed like forever but I had lived in La. Yeah for not that long. I DID LESLIE CALLING FOR TWO WEEKS. You all the time. I feel like she takes responsibility. Prayers Watch the funny thing is it was too structured for me. Because I'm a stand up when I get hired. They tell me to make up half my scenes right so it's like well you know we shelby toes gone through their. Andrei like a lot of standups through there to learn how to translate your stand up to yellowish yeah. Yeah for sure. Yeah but yeah. I remember having to have the meeting with her. She was like Sawsan me up and Oh yeah she's she's amazing but also the worst best and the worst and I remember when I had my meeting with her she was kind of she was like you need to lose some weight and get some layers and maybe some highlights because I was straight up. I look like a nanny like I was wearing lots. And like I was not okay like I was and I and she was also like. You're more of leading lady than you think I think got. She was like you think you're more of a character because I had come from the New York theater scene where loved dive into these scenes for weeks on end like terror. Departures gotta learn the material overnight. Make some choices and she was right. I'm not that I'm I emily. I'm more of a leading lady than I am. My character actor for sure and she was right about basically everything coming here I got some highlights start wearing jeans and a push up Raargh. Oh that's pretty much what it is. That's what I start doing. Yeah and some want you know it is what it is but you've got to look like what they see they see was one thing. Yeah you can't come in looking like something else or you're acting camp something else right. Yeah very true to who you are. And that's what people expect and that's what you book. Yeah I was kind of walking. In not the way that they saw me and that's fusing because it's a medium of images quick as they make a decision on you very quick. Oh Yeah I learned that when I was booking pilot that I sold sure right right when someone walked in the door if they were right or not go. Oh my God. I didn't realize it was so well. And that's your point. It's almost like just meet me. Don't make me say your words because you're GonNa know if you like me anyway. As eventually like onset you can get someone to say your words will cut and paste and make it work. But if you're not the person don't bother right that's kind of how I feel about pilot season in general and all of this big song and dance but now that you know the how to teach you helps you lot with auditions Arkansas. Yeah like I have a break it down. I know how to break the scene down. I also just know like what they want and I know how important the words are and I also know what's not important like I think. Sometimes people worry too much about the words and they're like in their head about like. Oh I said this is like no. It's more about are the right essence. Do you bring the right thing to the character. Do you understand what this characters going through. Understand where they came from and where they are going to in the next scene right also like his people. Don't think about now not at all and also the bottom line is whack like who knows. It's all changing. It's the wild west right now and the kind of like what you're saying you're doing your podcast. You're doing this. You're doing that. Like people are kind of doing and creating and everybody's a million things because nobody knows what the thing is. It's going to be the thing that gets people to watch your thing and how the thing even the people that have the thing cares right. How many times have we seen that? People are so obsessed with a certain thing and then a couple of years later they. Where did they go? We also fun added a college show this past weekend and they rattled off my credits. Whatever she did this Jennifer Aniston just filmed with Jennifer Garner. And she did this. Tv show this TV show. They don't care they go. What Youtube Star you worked with So it's just youtube out for the younger folks but it's my friends with like eight year olds or ten year olds and I don't know if that's the that's not called L. but like they all watch instead of even net flex or whatever they watch like these channels on Youtube. You watch their favorite people like. I don't know what they're even doing. And they are obsessive with the Youtube. People are making millions of dollars. We're just trying to work towards trying to work it out over here. Do you have an ultimate goal lake anything that you want to accomplish? You haven't I would like to remain prevalent and important in the world of television for many years. I'd like to have a very long career in television. I'd like to have a career like Julia. Louis Dreyfuss or Muskogee Day. Where like you're either on a show for a long long time or just keep going from show to show because. I love the medium of television. You're inviting people into your home. Which is a very intimate space. And I'm a nice fun person and I think I bring that to television and I'd like to keep doing that. Yeah and I think eventually I'd like to create. I've pitched before the nothing's ever sold but like I'm kind of new at that. I shouldn't say many times. I've done it three times. And now I'm in this world of animation with undone Which is this new show doing. Amazon? And I feel like that's a really interesting space where we're just kind of discovering wrote a scoping in particular so. I'm hoping to like make my way into that world also and keep creating voices because I've always loved that and this is not voicing it's actually my acting and my person and then they home runs. What's actually not at all animation interesting? But I'd like to get into that right. Yeah and I'd like to be at the place where I have my own like pod and I'm bringing people in and like meeting with writers like hashing things out and just becoming more of a creative force I think for my children and myself just in general like to them not always waiting around for someone else to hire me why creed amount content but I really just want to make money. A lot of money burned that success can say from experience your delightful per song as fortunate to be friends with. Yes so you guys are so so lovely and thank you for having me on this podcast. Where your instagram? What's your hand? My handle is honestly Cabrera. Just my name. My twitter is my same thing I think my facebook is the same but like I'm really bad at facebook them until you write a check out an instagram. Especially because she like ends two stories all day like it's like a television show truly it just keeps Jack's fully entertained we always DM back and forth. Yeah you so much. We appreciate listening. 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"angelique" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"angelique" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"I don't think if we did ever have more for whatever reason one of our parents would have to move here for sure because also childcare so expensive in La. That Lee at this point like don't even go out on the weekends like we stay home or we bring the kids and I don't like for example like with Atalay was really good at doing photo books and like doing all this shit and it's true like with your second. I haven't taken one picture of Alden Lake. I forget it's his birthday like thing like today. I was up and down the stairs as we put that kid. I can't recall. Remember where he worked for his birthday. I can't even think daylight with Adelaide. It was like I had the outfit. Yeah much more on top of it so I just think it must get progressively worse the more children you have so yeah so well. I think you've hit your. Two's good good feeling great. I'm recovered. I feel fine like sleeping. Our BABIES SLEEP A lot. So that's I know people complain a lot but I we get. We're lucky and they both seem so happy. They are yeah I think so just just this is great. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa push these still love her brother. That's really yeah. Awesome the other thing. I don't understand is stories. Yes you let her use permanent markers you are something I W I was like. I should know sharpy and let me tell you something. This is something that I learned more recently than before I pick my battles with Adelaide especially right. I pump as you know and I have these sharpies all over around my part to label my milk and I'm GonNa tell you something I'll say to her. She'll be like mommy. I want that Marker. Mommy the black one because at the black one and I'm like Adelaide. You can't have black when you can have this one and I'll give her nineteen thousand other markers. She doesn't want anything to do with any open. A brand new package market nothing. She wants the black one. So I learned to pick my battles and I'm like fucking here. You go like here like it's not worth. It's not worth fighting over that one. I have other things to do so I give her the Sharpie and let and she. Her life has been made like yes. She is happy for forty five. Minutes markers ruin or couch. And she's very nice. How I make no but like even that like wooden bench that we always have the right on. I'm really messier. Glitter paint and my husband was very clear. I was GONNA say she calls him. Mister Clean Clean I when I saw her with Sharpie. I was just like old guys. How is this? He's laughing and I wondered if it was because you were like this. La Parent. I find like there's so like no like yes mike. It can have any when I was teaching kindergarten. Your parents like by me. Huge packs of different colored sharpies. We like it twenty kids. I want twenty-five sharpie. I did do it. I made it a center. Where at my guided reading table where I could monitor them and then they loved it and art projects that they could do with the sharpie but yeah they love shows lake but leave it up and I don't know why but we knock. What have been lucky. That Adelaide has not really drawn on the couch too much. There's a couple of mark but like we can hide it when stuff but I that the Sharpie is truly one of the things that people are constantly like Darby and that mench though Jason loves the bench bench it looks like a piece a pile of Pu but it is. It was expensive and it's like rustic or whatever you know it's an antique and it's a Shithole now so now we're just like it's trash so we're just going to finish it right and don't know where he just plant finish it and then they'll seal it then it won't make mark or something you young but the sharpies around the couch. I do have to watch Yeah and I'm going to actually have her start doing it. I think on her little coloring table in the corner. But she every day every single day. When I'm labeling my thing she wants that Mark I get and I can't. I've tried to use a different marker and it won't down the thing well it's like I have to use it. She wants me accents now. Pick your battles. That's where I came to that so I don't know if it's too soon to tell but has having kids affected career stuff at all because that's for me always the right What would I would say zero percent not nothing nothing? The only thing I would that it affects is your ability to prepare audition like I used to be. You know a teacher at Leslie Con. I take pride and being very very professional and being very prepared every time I go in a room right and I'm I am still able to like run it with a couple of friends and have some people that I call but like as far as getting like fully hair and makeup and like roughly looking like my outfit and all that go in like this that that part it takes time. I also I would say like. I'm more tentative to not want to go in on projects that don't shoot here or if it's a really dark something about like killing people and all this. I'm not really in that mindset right now not that I ever happened. I'm a comedy girl right but like that's not really my vibe and so if I'm going to take time away from my children at this age when they're like teeny tiny and they're so sweet and they're not in school yet but it's really only five years rate and then they're inputting kindergarten so I'm kind of like I've already made it two and a half with Addie so have another two and half years and I kind of just feel like if it's GonNa take me away from them. I WanNa love it right and I've been lucky that for the past two Hundred Years. I basically been on a show so I've been fine with that so now it's just like my next project. I'm really being kind of picky. And more in the middle pilot season right now. So we'll see by the time this airs. Maybe a half a show notes this week. Probably not but like. It's a different feeling going in his mother because I just WanNa make sure I love it and then it's shooting here. Yeah really you. His both. We have to find do Jackson. Ever has this many She's definitely love and I was going to ask if you are open to doing sexy if that was even something that you would have done before I wanna see this thing. I'm thinking that more. Because she did some like little guest spots right the l word and there were a lot of Razi sex. Yeah not with fortune right rowing. I was there on there for like two seconds. I mean that was like one of the big things I'm like. Gosh like if she's what I would do right. Would you do a sex scene? But they're gonNA be prejudiced romanoff to smoot somebody. Sure I mean I don't that's Jason's rule too good so when we were doing life in pieces and had to make our season one and two. I mean a lot with Tommy and he would always say listen. If you're going to work all day making out that's what I get to do a Freebie. I'm like I like that. I don't like that Jason Over Jackson. It like I mean. Listen what I do a sex scene sure like. I think I've had to do a couple and I think I'll have to do them again. Oh you have your like in like indie films or a couple of the pile of vitamin visas. Bron panties and do like a sexy mattamy bar haven't had to do like a sexy longtime but I I don't know how I feel about nudity. Unless it's something like really cool like yeah like like starting also like it like a lot of these shows and I'll watch the sexy and I'm like what did that is at it so I think I'd probably be pretty picky about it. Yeah for sure and not for my kids just because like my tits have now been feeding babies for two years back so I did from Adelaide. Pretty uneven now like it is weird but I think breastfeeding helps and I think I learned how to eat better after Adelaide I lost. I got really skinny after work out all the time to work out a lot. It makes me like sane right like for me. My workout is the same thing as like my meditation like I have to do it. Otherwise I spin out immigration person. You don't WanNa hang out with me if I have meditated you guys that do that Tracy Anderson Class. I don't know what it is about y'all but all your put your phones down at the bottom you can see so you can see up and it's always a boob shot and you're always sweating your asses off so hot pumping your legs in the background. Is it part of the class? They like okay. Everyone get your put it on. You follow that goes to Tracy. Do you remember that? Oh that used to be a trainer at Tracy's exact workout under her name now. So there was always that low angle. Yes always boobs. Yup So it always made me laugh. It'd be like working out again and chasing actually was like stop it. I can see where for some women they would see that and be like oh I want to sign up for. We're like I say you're like what would I do with my hair because right like you get that soaked every day you put it in the Bun war. Yeah I'm letting our drags heights and I'm like dying your workout of choice hiking. Yeah yeah play soccer tonight. Though I do you play soccer to a twelve year old. Boy You watch it though. She used to that fun to watch. I'm we're all old ladies. That's so fun I'm soccer. Yeah Yeah like a fun. I've been doing it since two thousand five. It's like the one thing I've held onto like early twenties. And you know all the the girls. We don't really hang out much at all outside of that but your team is changed so we have a lot of turnover break with the coach. And I've been the Oggi's from the beginning of the team. I love it actually I. When we first started dating come visit. I would go with her and watch her games. And I like became official Because she said if I make a goal during this game like my girlfriend she did she liked it a ahead by very impressive head but go. I said you gotta be my.

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"angelique" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

14:33 min | 1 year ago

"angelique" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"Welcome to another episode of sincerely fortune. It's fortune and Jax. Yeah we're back and today is a very exciting day in the sincerely fortunate world because we have my good pal here. Orange Elite Cabrel. You said it right. You can set. It rang. We'll put the close look. Good I like that and honestly you already know. We did life in pieces together. He did for years for years. You're the you're the in the main cast and I got to pop in and torture you as your roommate. Doug some of my favorite episodes are the ones with you like. We had so much fun. It was a blast. Everyone love Dougie. I was on there for four seasons in my mind. I was in like fifty up in a lot more. I'll be on film. You were basically a cast member pressure. I loved it so much. There's been very few shows who have written for me as well as that show. Yes I agree with you. You got really good stuff on that show and they. We had like several recurring guest stars. But they really liked you and the fans really liked you and they loved dynamic. Dougie dynamic with me and Matt was very fun it was Su- meaty stuff. I guess most times when you do a guest are on a TV. Show you come in. You do a senior to you. Don't really leave much of a mark and they would give me great scenes. Oh Yeah I mean. There was a point where people were saying. Dougie should have spin off. I know like what happened. What what first of all what happened visas and also what happened to the spinoff. No totally. I've been a great show. Everyone would have watched that show. I always say this to people but you know Jackson from Michigan. And every time I go to every time I go to Michigan Litter. I could be in the most obscure town in Michigan. 'cause like her grandmother lives in a small people. Come like or like even more people come up to me out of nowhere like they come out of like bushes trash cans. Dougie the restroom. They pop out of like thin air. And Go. I love you in life in pieces crease? And I'm like what am I wasn't i. I was in Italy and people. I think they were on vacation. I don't think it was Italian. But they will be our in all over Europe really I. Yeah they were coming up to me and it frigging Italy famous out of the show. Go.

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Highlights: Day six at the Australian Open

Sports X Radio

04:28 min | 1 year ago

Highlights: Day six at the Australian Open

"Sure six four six four six four street sets over query gets a dime around each from Canada took out our system is also in our streets at seven five six four seven six off of needy hello and straight sets as well Federer crazy against the home statesman there John Millman from Australia how bout Federer four six seven six six four four six seven six and they do all my godi date yes seven six in the fifth set and they do the super tight yeah which is not a super the man and he wins that ten eight while also going to go on the they go to ten they don't know how long and the match go I don't know that that that one looks like it looks like four hours right to me so I'll take the over okay yeah yeah for sure okay right now get mon few I like a leech Gulbis seven six six four five three trying to close it out in straight sets so Monfils the Tennessee me no Parker like gal Monfils Taylor Fritz going against Dominic TM Antium wins the first set six two in these two one in the second set over for it's the American the dollar just getting underway again saw Pablo Carreno booster and David Goffin ago fan going up against Andrei Rublev and go from which the first six two needs to one in the second as far as the women the day of upset and started you know last night but of course the time difference Serena went down the street said or in three sets she lost in three sets to to Wong Naomi a soccer took on Corey Goff the young teenager the American sensation in golf peer in straight sets sock was a three seat in this one by six three six four god gets a dime can in the fourteen C. for Sophia can and for the U. S. beach while Zhang R. seven five seven six BC currents for our three set to took her to be gore G. for George G. is seventeen seed Angelique Kerber love Angelique Kerber she's got those beautiful legs man like Steffi Graf had back in the day sorry if you're driving around I mean but he knows in that sense the reason America and then a real good one Carlina Pliskova the two seed going up against Anastasia apple you check of a and Pavlyuchenkova gets the win seven six seven three so ourselves or seven six seven six seven four seven three in the two tiebreakers industry touches the thirty seat B. to to see so the two seats gone the three seats on the eighth seed in Serena's gone and then bends which also lost to come to the six love six one so the Swiss sensation is out Donna vekic also lost two eagles white tact twenty to keep an eye on this young lady from Poland are very impressive seven five six three and Simona Halep the four seats still alive she went straight sets are six one six four she escaped against Brady the American the other day so that a look at the Australian Open and there is some lines that I already saw coming up for all the freakin Isner coming up for very good minus one forty nine is our take back one thirty that'll be a later on we see curious the home home countrymen they're from Austria taking on Kachin often that's gonna be going but curious minds to forty four there often to doubt coming up right now get I told you Carino boosted Pablo public radio booster and it's plus sixteen hundred on career stats Nadal minus five thousand the number one Federer is mine is six twenty five against more tone of foods rich and it look better how long did you go did you two more hours and three minutes wow you got it like three minutes yeah not too bad Medvedev minus nine oh nine again so Popper and buy sell it you had to go five sets will take on round it's now around instead of Canada minus one seventy five there and wi fi for the needy and scientists anger and we'll go and five five Minnie minus one fifty four there and then Novak Djokovic minus three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars to one hundred against Diego Schwartzman I like towards which worked as a guy worse hat backwards young kid but it's got a lot of moxie and he's a plus fourteen hundred so keep an eye there on the ladies side let me just see remember Wozniacki played her last match last night she announced her retirement she got beaten three sets hi Ashley forty is the number one seed she will take what else Alison Riske from the United States board is a minus four hundred query Goff is a plus one thirty gets a

"angelique" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

13:49 min | 1 year ago

"angelique" Discussed on Rotated Views

"I'm like hey have you looked at have you looked at a week coach something like that because that was a big thing on on behold you know her story is very similar with the law divorced stories kind of thing and and it's also like the more people are about inviting like hairstylists come in your CPA is like they're they're expanding it as well so we're getting to some of those businesses can't get together it's interesting that the happy are came together because we were just like oh like after meeting with someone like Oh you should really be with them you'll really connect you should chat with them like we're just introducing everyone with everyone let's let's just say the happy they'll be there so it's a great idea yeah so in in five years where from city to city. I mean we want to have it where it's sustaining group where it's a community that's just feeding itself where we don't have to do that where again we see you know just having the events Ron it does here Pennsylvania I can reach out to us on divorcee and then we'll like reach out some say like hey and collaborate with them because that's what it's all about like hey if they believe the mission they want to have something like that up here and we'll reach out to all of our network and you know a lot of the companies we work with our large especially along the East Coast maybe they have a division in Philly and that and that will start thanks bye-bye we we do definitely want expand this to different cities and you know how we get the ride right and once you do once I think it'll be a little much faster in your area or whatever I do like the idea of the whole one stop shop they come to you and you kind of walk them through the process and then obviously so you know you have the connections with the exam and everything need kind of alleviates Some of the trickiness craziness I was just thinking about I'm like overwhelming wow you gotta you gotTa do this this this but if you already have kind of basically laid out for the person to jump into our advertisement which is our lifestyle brand blessed life dot com faith hard work and gratitude this is the three steps we use that's why the three is in the word blessed key to success don't forget to check out our new droplets hoodie splash Hoodie we like that we're getting a lot of feedback with that so bless life dot com we appreciate the love and support all right so I want to ask you guys individually there's a lot that goes into your day job up and then you putting this bad boy together how do you manage work life and how do you guys do all this I'm always fascinated anytime we have the guests it's a common question that we have every time because everybody gives a different answer and I love it so we'll start with you can keeps me accountable yeah yeah I mean the financial planning is obviously our core business right this is a nonprofit that we're doing ah intertwined with that because there are a lot of things that we're doing our day job anyways sure that kind of lead into this not just with the clients but also just the networking aspect of working with the attorneys and therapists etcetera But I think Jim has had us to a good job of blocking out time every week to make sure that we're doing follow up items on whatever is next in terms of our vision and really making sure that we have that longer term plan and we're kind of back in that into what are we doing right now but we have time for our lives and to that you know I do keep accountable with getting stuff done I don't like stuff through cracks uh-huh Angelique has helped a lot with you know the home side of things because we are in one hundred percent commission job and again Yelp we're here going to be driving down to DC I tonight and it's just one of those things where it's tough balancing really hey I'm here for the weekend is this trip or is this right to figure that out and she's helped a lot with the pressures of everything that comes in our industry our job it's it's it's important to even as I as I'm saying there's the truth it's hard to do that and having an accountability partner in that side where you know it's like hey step back like look at this happening and breathe kind of thing it's it's it's easy to forget and where you know it seems like you guys have a good crew here you gotTa have kind of support in some sort of way some sort of accountability on the professional side and personal it's just as important on the person percent yeah absolutely all right so I'll ask I'll start with you Jim what's your motivation what gets you up every every night or for every day yeah I think a question I think it's just what looking to do with my life where I was onto you know at the end of the day you know you don't know when your time is I just WanNa know that I whenever that is like I left it doing my best to help the most the people as I can and I think too I like about this seems like you're trying to do I think that's what we're all trying to figure now in the right way and and that's a whole other thing where you know going back to the first question you kind of lose track of that vision and it's tough track of you know keeping that vision on the data a day craziness the ramble the stuff gets thrown on you all of that but you gotTa have that vision that if something bigger than just myself trying to provide for me my family it's they provide for everyone a community a huge amount of people I like it I like it so there's there's this meme it's so it's that I work hard to my dog and I have a backyard yeah all joking aside and I do have a nice backyard all joking aside I think it's the same thing as Jim you know it's you WanNa feel are I wanNA feel like accomplished with my life and the sense where I wanna leave I guess work right or into each day feeling full inside whether that's empowered whether that's like I feel like I did something good yeah well that's for somebody else whether that's for me my dogs are my inspiration so that's part of it but again just making sure that I have the vision that not that I'm aiming for and while I'm helping other people I'm also achieving those goals option right and because I think that ultimately everyone has something that they're aiming for and if you're actually taken the steps to do that even if you're not quite the area like you're feeling good about yourself and I think a large sums it used to be really hard I'm being like I'm not there yet I should be etc right everybody does that social media is kind of joy because you're comparing yourself but when you really try to just focus on being happy inside I think that comes back to just making sure up every day and in mastering one time and an exercise that we try to do and I'll you guys could try to it's kind of fun at the end of the day we'll text each other like hey name three good things happen I love three good thing doesn't have to be worked out like just think of that and when you have a terrible day that's I think that's when it's the best and you try to love God like not the day for that no today's exactly the day for think of three and you've really there's time sitting there like for minute's like so three there's one two and you're stuck they're really trying to come up with the third good thing it just it just really helps with at the end of the day the mindset of like hey like a good day I think sometimes to like we'll even go down listen come up with a lot of staff there's you can have a great day could be like two things that weren't so great in most people spend their time focusing on those two things right so when we do the exercise hi it's like Oh wow we're only number seven agreed not really puts it in perspective because normally you'd be goes down the tube but now you're focusing on the seven just gives you that much extra motivation and excitement about moving onto the next thing that's huge two and then for me to be back on what you're saying I kind of do we don't necessarily do three things but at my house at our dinner table our thing is phones aside this is only going to take fifteen minutes we don't sit there and have lavish dinner fifteen minutes put the phones away obviously if it's ringing or something we've got to pick it up not tax that'd be sitting at the table like texting or open on the table and you just look like flying through group shot who and then we ask each other how each other's Day was and but we try to keep it in a positive way it was my son's like well you know X Y and Z I'm GonNa try your little technique as well because it makes them think of that because it's so easy to push me like that was hilarious especially in school to like it we had a youtuber on and he was talking about similar thing he'll he has he now has whatever five thousand subscribers and a hundred and fifty comments on his video and one do bashes and that's all he thinks night one hundred fifty comments good job that's awesome thank you you're an inspiration one do your trash white channel dwelt on that I think that's yes but it's very important otherwise absolutely absolutely all right so so what's your recommendation to anyone trying to to start their own support group or were going through this process per se what do you recommend they do I would say if you're looking to start or build community or something of this start just stars doing what a lot of people talk about talking to talk about doing talk about but if you just like like how right like how Angelou true uh-huh how Angelique did he like hey I'm getting brunch be there right and even even if no one showed up that was step one then you got the ball rolling from there so don't give up right because that's the other thing in the sense of you can something and it might not go well now you know how to improve it you know it doesn't mean it's not gonNa work it just means that there's a better tactic to it exactly and everything greed takes time as I'm sure you know so it's not just overnights overnight success over thirteen years as little sessions where we'll just be catching up about an event the event Mike while we're driving home with each chatting and then out of nowhere we get like three gray hit the group that much further right so you don't have to be able to go from zero to one hundred and knows exactly what you should do from day one just take the first step in the Russell figures off out I'm huge huge start action one little thing I was going to push you a little bit further every single day when you use this example all the time we have people with tons of yes outside of guests sometimes we even have people sitting here watching the show and then afterwards are asking a ton of questions because the we invite them to because they were like oh Jim start my own podcasts as well X Y Z all right come watch we're literally gave you an equipment how I plan it how.

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"angelique" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

13:09 min | 1 year ago

"angelique" Discussed on Rotated Views

"Every Tuesday morning for your listening pleasure kicking things off Angelique and Jimmy Aka Jim Thank you guys for joining us I know you guys travelled some distance We appreciate you guys and for those of us who do not know who you are what you do start we Sir let us know yeah I'm Jim Rosner you know in Angelique are actually starting our own financial planning practice and that's where this divorce they lead into so kind of started until you dive in yes angelique also financial planner stemmed out of that which I think will get into Yeah but thanks for now thanks for introducing us is what he's doing over at the wave and all that's the boys now all right cool so how did you get started in industry so he saying it started off with financial planning so explain a little bit about that you went to school together how'd that work out yeah we actually didn't go to school together at all and even when we started working together is that the I joined our company about five years ago I think Jim joined out three years ago now yes I did take a year to actually start talking coming I went to George Mason Virginia Area Obviously Jim is here from Philly you know how he got connected with you guys but yeah so we just kind of got into I'm passionate about it because my parents never had the proper financial education so that's what got me into we're out of college but I know Jim's backgrounds different came from the business benefits planning world so I kinda love worked with business owners yourself kind of thing it knowing that unique problems that you have and just taking the approach of helping them figure that stuff out so I like it all right so the company and movement and the what do you guys want to call it is it is it a support group or how do you WanNa do you WanNa word this yeah I'd say it's a support group hope so dear dear kind of the history behind it so through financial planning I started working with a lot of divorced woman so I had been through divorce Erns had been divorced just kinda realized that a lot of women needed the education behind moving through the financial aspects throughout the divorce process Breath I'm just kind of rebuilding themselves and whatnot and I would do a lot of seminars workshops and that's how I was getting a lot of women as clients and realize that it's not like six in the city all the women have single friends yeah a lot of times it was more like they were all different are still married they were the third and fifth wheel or are they getting invited oh anymore and there's just that aspect of loneliness and so I try to find some sort of group to get involved in and to get my clients involved in literally did not find anything you'd think since divorces yet so obvious right brandon there's really no groups out there and I was surprised when she's telling me this checked it like I love concerts and there really isn't anything out there so basically I just three this together trying to get clients out of the house do brunches stuff like that that make other friends and and Jim joined on about a year ago now yet to take it to the next level which we'll talk about in a little bit but for sure oh that is interesting I mean even depending on when you get married as you get older you see your friends are now you know getting married there have been little thing nothing with this is they're busy in there you know capture little and then all of a sudden now you find yourself back I guess not square one but just in a different situation into everyone's different I it's tough to get back into the swing of things normal way different oh you like two three years if that's what it was with social media and all this other stuff there's just a lot that changes in the approach that people use nowadays is is totally different so when you found that need you were just like let's just get a bunch of women together or you know had what was your first little event that you kind of did yeah so the first thing I did a branch and all the time Alexandria Virginia probably about eight to ten of us and most of them were divorced a couple of them were just girlfriends ahead through the networking world and I was like hey meet me out for Bryan she invites and people shut up and had a great time Komo size and some people up a little bit I know is fine and then from there is like okay this actually works maybe I should do it again we try to other I'd say the other thing is kind of like that I guess the emotional part where even if you do hang out with your good friends from back in a day college high school neighborhood friends it is they don't really necessarily know what you're going through per se I mean even if you tell them it's still kind of hard to I guess really explain yourself were explained the emotion or you know whatever all the thoughts that are going behind that so when you have other people what you know been through that situation that makes the most sense and you feel a lot more relatable and I guess why would assume it's more you can open up more or their understanding exactly and then that's where we're looking to build how I see is a community that's a whole lot do you have a community of folks that are going through the same very unique struggles I got I haven't been divorced I don't know what that is very unique things that all these people share and again just being in a setting where you're enjoying yourself having a Mussa you're more comfortable sharing similar stories you're more with each other you know I'll expand with the community on the professional aside but that's really what we're looking to build where it's just a community of everyone having a good time and stories and really no judgment for anything because that's you know everyone's got their own kind of story so have have you guys found found that similarities in in in in some of your clients or similarities and some of the folks that are in the in the group whereas the one thing that obviously is in is is the same as the you know world divorced is there something that's a common threat also with that or is it just everyone situations totally different there's a mix I think a lot of what's similar is that the woman that we meet because they seem to attract a lot of like an older crowd that are going through a divorce and so for them it's like they've not lost just their marriage if it also a sense of identity because you have you been with this person for call it ten fifteen twenty years right you've had a whole life together something changed you get divorced there's a few different aspects in the sense where because that's still the generation that the husband handled the finances that's a huge piece that we see being financial planner says okay how do we rebuild that in a way that's not gonNa really set you back so much for retire mm-hmm and how do we educate you run the finances actions that things are sure and even educating around what you have because a lot of women don't even know what they have out there and then the other aspect is just rebuil- building the vision that bad because they had this idea of the rest of their life to future their retirement whatever it was and not just their money's being hot and half of their lifestyle is being cut in half and origins different and yeah exactly like finding since it's all different it's it's kind of interesting what I found where it's at almost discover themselves it's not their family has sought Devon's like hey moe I'm here alone days but like what is it looking for what is it you know looking at something interesting kind of you know the whole as you said like social media like as a whole new layer everything was like hey my my friends are gonna ever you see this just adds a whole layer of a lot heaviness to and I think one of my favorite parts about it though is we need people in the beginning of the divorce process and just a lot of unknown territory there's a lot of insecurity etc once they've gone through it and or have more information or have started to figure out like hey I have time for Megan not just putting the feeling I can do what i WanNa do you know getting rid of the kids who can isn't a bad thing you know like they just become such more that's part of where the empowerment comes from Missouri so much more empowered and so much more excited about life you now and it's just cool to see that transformation love it all right so in your opinion what what does it mean to you I think impairment is kind of twofold right so I think one is kind of the feeling inside of you almost like a new liveliness a new feeling about yourself to kind of rise up and be you whoever that is yeah and then I think coming from outside looking in it's just helping people find that aspect of themselves yeah yeah and you know how I see it someone once said that office like there's a single truth and you can either see the bad side and the negative side there's both for everything everything and it's your choice of how you WanNa look at it real terrible situations like that easy to just see the negative see the bad and it's to the point I think it is all around the education and learning to look at things a little different like hey you are in control of your finances of your legal situation of you're you're here you're in control you're not alone I think that's the biggest empowerment that I've scene you know through for these women absolutely I think it's there's a lot to to build up when you feel I guess at a time where you Kinda feel down but it's absolutely some heavy stuff and then the other thing is if you have kids yes and so now it's because you're so you're dealing with your own your own emotional I guess feelings and everything you're going through and then also you you're feeling for your kids and that hurts probably the confidence injecting their day or their mind with you can do this you got this we're here for the support and I think it goes back on what you guys are saying you're hanging out with kind of just hanging loose with people also been through it where everything so methodical in you take it's it's to that point where it's like all right I get that that has to be done but I'm a person yeah nice too because like when women hang out with their friends yeah yeah yeah and I mean even sometimes women that have into divorce go the same route say the same things because they're like well in my divorce I got this etc but not every divorce the same there's a lot of different factors that go into it but I think talk about so they come to the group almost like bond with other women that have been through but also are tired of talking to you you know yeah just get out of the house and let's see what we want we kind of wanted to go with more education and a lot of the surveys they said hey like we love having this credit expert we love this all specializes in it but sometimes we just WanNa go and not think about divorce and that's where it was really interesting frustrates like hey you know good for us maybe we just do more fun events every now and then an attorney Qna but it's Yeah an interesting from my standpoint lake that's that's what they're looking for is that bonding that community of having fun not just learning all the time and that's where the friendships released them from outing sure I think it's all part of the healing process is there is there advice that you give outside of financial stuff is there you know again the he doing process just getting out of a relationship in general we tend to do certain things and we do things out of spite I don't know what that entails and why yeah just like because there's probably anger as well swimming so I'd say there's two pieces of advice that I found useful I'm not a therapist from a therapist during one of the workshops I.

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Back at US Open, Serena beats Sharapova for 19th time in row

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Back at US Open, Serena beats Sharapova for 19th time in row

"Day one of the U. S. open Serena Williams continued her domination of Maria Sharapova beating over the nineteen straight time at this time in just under an hour six one six one Venus Williams also advanced to the second round cash Marty Carolee to please give a an elitist villian all one Angelique Kerber suffered a first round exit on the men's side Novak Djokovic won in straight sets Roger Federer advanced in

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Novak Djokovic Suffers Stunning Upset to Philipp Kohlschreiber at Indian Wells

City Arts and Lectures

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Novak Djokovic Suffers Stunning Upset to Philipp Kohlschreiber at Indian Wells

"Tennis upsets of the Indian Wells masters world. Number one. Novak Djokovic was beaten in straight-sets by Philip Cole Shriver caney. She Corey also losing in three sets to Polin shoe, but her catch comfortable wins though for Roger Federer, Rafael, the Dr John is now in the women's singles the top two seeds of both that Namias soccer was beaten in straight-sets by Belinda bench. Simona Hallett lost in three sets to Marquette vendors Sova wins for industry, Selena and got opinion. Muka reuther. Meanwhile, arena sub Alenka and Angelique Kerber have gone into a third set. Their is a break-up

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"angelique" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Power one. Oh five. Angelique and Charlemagne the God. Yup. Lemme lady. Movin leggy. Yeah. Jimmy. I was down. How you just I dig budget daily smuggled off. All. Stock goes. Governor of my car. God. Have you sip? The. I know that above the blog. Okay. Sweat. You. I don't do that. I watch. Morning everybody. The.

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Rafael Nadal, Frances Tiafoe reach Australian Open quarterfinals

Bob Salter

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Rafael Nadal, Frances Tiafoe reach Australian Open quarterfinals

"Fifty four. Australian Open round for right now, Stefan, those sit surpass is tied with Roger Federer five on the third set. And they're tied at one set. All prior to that earlier on in round four twenty one year old American Francis tee off oh this to the quarterfinals. He's going to face. Ross doll Marsden play for so many years and playing quarterback. The slam, you know, hopefully. Labor worlds. Yeah. Evaluating american. Danielle Collins upset to seat Angelique Kerber Merrin Chile. Law says did Maria Sharapova boxing. Manny Pacquiao beat Adrian Brodie by unanimous decision, which could potentially set up a rematch with Floyd Mayweather.

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News in Brief 21 December 2018

UN News

02:49 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 21 December 2018

"The the news in brief from the United Nations a group of migrant boats stranded at sea was rescued off the Spanish coast on Thursday, at least twenty five people are believed to be dead or missing, including a pregnant woman the UN refugee agency UNHCR's reported briefing reporters in Geneva on Friday spokesperson, Elizabeth Russell said that on one of the six vessels found adrift in the straits of Gibraltar in the western Mediterranean Sea thirty three people had been rescued, but twelve a died in a further twelve were missing on another of the boats. Fifty seven people had been on board, including one that had already died by the time of the rescue. The SEL said that among the survivors was a mother and her two year old child who was evacuated by helicopter after the goal was found to be suffering from hypothermia betrothal added that many of the survivors are being held at detention centers at the port of Ameria in Spain on implementing partner is is that to provide the people with information and support and to help any potential protection and other needs, and of course, to promote access to asylum posts. For those who may need it. The UN's humanitarian coordination of his ocher said on Friday that it was very concerned by a continuing drought across northeast Syria, which combined with years of brutal war could severely impact. Millions while the food security situations improved in many parts of Syria in the past year. Some five point five million people are still food insecure. Need help more than ninety percent of household spend half or more than monthly income on food Masud, many buildings damaged infrastructure. In ruins drought is having a devastating effect on malnourished families who can't find enough to eat or sufficient shelter during the winter months. More details from UN spokesperson Steph Angelique this year has been the lowest wheat and barley production in Syria since nineteen eighty nine the UN, and it's you manitain partners of providing assistance to drought-affected communities in the northeast, including seats for winter crops agricultural support mechanism and technical training. An attack on a ceasefire monitoring and transitional security team set up by the Africa. In regional body. I get to help keep the latest sand Sudan peace deal. On track has been condemned by the UN mission in the world youngest country on miss on miss that four members of the team or assaulted by government forces on the eighteenth of December in the Lurie area of central Equatoria state. His UN spokesperson Steph Angie week again. The mission notes of the monitoring verification team members and their support personnel were merely discharging their mandate in support of the revitalized agreement on the resolution of the conflict in the Republic of south Sudan, the mission urges the immediate commencement of investigations. In order for the perpetrators should be held to account. Domitian also urges the parties to revitalize agreement to adhere to the commitments outlined into ensure that all their forces or where and comply with the tenets of the agreement. Matt wells, U N news.

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"angelique" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Angelique paly hates this idea on the bridge say the last thing I did on my trick was catch out with Shannon may the co founder of bridge. She's married to Jay. And we heard from Jay earlier on yet. The American guy I sat down with Shannon. And I asked her why she started bridge. The majority of children in the developing world, experienced teachers being absent about half of the time that they're supposed to be their magic as a child half the time. Your teacher is not in the room or. They might be asleep or the newspaper on the phone or just doing something else. We kind of change that. Let's talk about this big idea. That's at the heart of bridge these tightly scripted lessons. What you're doing with these script is your raising the minimum standard. But at the same time, you might be kind of capping how good the lesson could be is that just what you need in an environment. Like this. Do you think you could write Beethoven's fifth symphony better than he did? Undoubtedly not I don't think I could either. Yet. I was a challenge dilemmas younger. I follow those scripts that we call. The goal of teacher guys. Best practices into the classroom. It is to raise the floor. Does that create a ceiling? I don't know. But that hasn't been tested if we ever hit the point where we're seeing a ceiling fact, well, then we're gonna look for the next design intervention.

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"angelique" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Angelique? Philly hates this idea. Sam, but what did bridge say the last thing I did on my trip was catch out with Shannon may the co founder of bridge. She's married to Jay. And we heard from Jay earlier on yet. The American guy I sat down with Shannon. And I asked her why she started bridge. The majority of children in the developing world experience their teachers being absent about half of the time that they're supposed to be their magin as a child half the time. Your teacher is not in the room or. They might be asleep or the newspaper on the phone or just doing something else. Got to change that. Let's talk about this big idea. That's at the heart of bridge these tightly scripted lessons. What you're doing with these script is your raising the minimum standard. But at the same time, you might be kind of capping how good lesson could be is that just what you need in an environment. Like this. Do you? Thank you right Beethoven's fifth symphony better than he did. Undoubtedly not I don't think I could either. Yes. I was a challenge was younger. I follow those scripts that we call cintas. The goal of teacher guys. Best practices into the classroom. It is to raise the floor. Does that create a ceiling? I don't know. But that hasn't been tested if we ever hit the point where we're seeing a ceiling affect well..

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NFL, Roger Federer and Angelique Kerber discussed on Tony Paige Show

Tony Paige Show

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

NFL, Roger Federer and Angelique Kerber discussed on Tony Paige Show

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MLB -- What did the NL's top Cy Young contenders do to help their cases?

24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

MLB -- What did the NL's top Cy Young contenders do to help their cases?

"New trap to my life elsewhere is first gangqi clunker last time out Lance Lynn pitching, tonight, against the White Sox and James shields pre game on the fan six twenty five now six and a half behind first-place Boston which. Hosts the Marlins later National League Cy Young race continues in earnest. Tonight Jacob, degrom of. The in. Chicago facing Cole? Hamels. Who's been

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Serena Williams Shares an Empowering Message for Moms After Wimbledon Loss

Z Morning Zoo

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Serena Williams Shares an Empowering Message for Moms After Wimbledon Loss

"Minutes if you can hang out with this story about a lottery winning double cross that will make you go and it's not one of those where read the stories where a lot of people all chip in on tickets at a workplace and somebody wins the lottery they don't tell their coworkers nailing like that the person who wanted the people one although they want in this case but it's it's a really bad story involves family to a couple of big events over the weekend world cup brought france beats gracious they won four to two in the world cup final on sunday and then also the wimbledon final over the weekend bush serena williams got so close lost in the finals to german angelique kerber and really quite made if you're a tennis player a female ten any chances player man or female i bet beating serena williams his like the highlight of your life it must be but this is only her fourth tournament since having a baby and she said it was tough but she played all the moms out there obviously disappointing but i can't be disappointed all the moms out there you know it was playing today and her baby by her baby so cute your kid nobody djokovic she went on the male side of women if you care you probably don't tv lineup for tonight there is an interesting robin williams documentary on hbo tonight that premieres at eight o'clock it's two hours maybe we're checking out also bachelorettes new genetic so you think you dance american ninja warrior whose line is anyways and we kick off season thirteen of the real housewives of orange county thirteen season but we'll still watch morning zoo presents celebrity dirt us fans probably don't even know that mandy moore was actually a senior at first but she's recordings of new music now so that might change she wrote on instagram getting back to it captioning this clipping what she can be heard like singing this one little leary in the background but she said well it's time i miss it i'm not scared anymore no excuses oh yeah flashback in the morning zoo in nineteen ninety nine mandy moore and candy.

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France, Michael Kim and Milwaukee Bucks discussed on Wisconsin's Weekend Morning News

Wisconsin's Weekend Morning News

02:25 min | 2 years ago

France, Michael Kim and Milwaukee Bucks discussed on Wisconsin's Weekend Morning News

"Cubs broken at wide open they lead eleven to four listen to these fans in san diego and other central division action of was cincinnati eight saint louis to that means the exit of cardinals manager mike matheny here's fired bench coach mike scheldt is interim skipper will continue to watch that story former milwaukee brewers pitcher zack rinky having a standout year throwing for the banks yesterday he was dominant in three to nothing win over atlanta and the arizona offense wasn't too bad either say it's one into left center that ball well back of the warning track out the wall and you can touch them all i could tell his ninth home run of the season and it gets the diamondbacks eight three nothing lead sack rankings silence the braves offense through seven and twothirds innings giving up just four hits and retiring twenty three of the twenty seven batters that he faced northwards league baseball action last night and mack wanted was the chinooks twelve the green bay bulldogs won the home and away series with the chinooks in bulldog bowl frogs moves to green bay this afternoon i pitch is set for one oh five pm there's a change of uniform for jabari parker he's no longer a milwaukee buck parker has agreed to way two year forty million dollar deal with the chicago bulls last night in las vegas in the nba summer league get was the seventy sixers defeating the milwaukee bucks final score ninety one eighty nine at wimbledon as we said angelique kirby defeating serena williams six three six three to win the ladies single final played i'm from i point to the last point really good she's saying she played unbelievable today all eyes on the world cup final in moscow this morning as france and croatia battle for the championship it all gets underway at ten am milwaukee time at the john deere classic and quite cities michael kim tops the leaderboard at twenty two under par once again a pregame program getting underway at twelve noon from pittsburgh on wtmj we'll take a look at that forecast in just a moment wtmj news time is eight forty seven rise and shine with gene and kids were hearing a lot about it in milwaukee how does it play for those kids being separated.

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After beating Matthysse, who could be next for Pacquiao?

Beyond Sports

01:04 min | 2 years ago

After beating Matthysse, who could be next for Pacquiao?

"Radio sportscenter why hello there i'm mark robins the wpa world welterweight championship changed hands on saturday manny pacquiao stood strong on the seventh round against lucas but t say floors third cow knockout victory turn fight about it indeed how 'bout a test tour on espn plus an eighth weight division title for packy out his first knockout in eight and a half years angelique kerber came up with a knockout of iran wibble and saturday taking down seven nine kip serena williams in straight sets herbert a french german woman to win wimbledon since nineteen ninetysix with steffi graf it yes ps i the last ball coverage begins eight pm eastern from wimbledon with breakfast at wimbledon.

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Fatal police shooting in South Shore sparks clashes with CPD

KDKA Programming

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Fatal police shooting in South Shore sparks clashes with CPD

"Relief i'm tom foty after unusual diplomatic turmoil on a presidential trip to brussels and london with upset us allies and streets full of antitrump demonstrators surly quiet day here in scotland for president trump he played a round of golf in his term berry golf resort also on the president's agenda meetings as he plans for his upcoming summit in helsinki with russian leader vladimir putin mr trump flies tail stinky on sunday correspondent steve futterman in scotland where the white house says there are no changes in plans for that despite the friday criminal indictment indictments of twelve russian intelligence officers who are accused of cyber theft from democratic party computers in two thousand sixteen to help mr trump's campaign marvin callup is a retired cbs news moscow and diplomatic correspondent president does not seem as yet anyway to condemn that russian action he seems perfectly prepared to continue with the summit even though a number of major democrats are saying it ought to be canceled there has been a fatal police shooting on the south side of chicago thunder no it wasn't that loud it was a pistol pop pop pop pop up up up the end of it and then you heard the cop change matic's chicago police insist that the mandate shot was armed patrol chief fred waller semiautomatic weapon he also had some magazines on the shooting set off protests in the middle east is rarely warplanes attacked dozens of targets in gaza after palestinian militants fired rockets and mortars across the border the military described it as the biggest day of airstrikes since the gaza war four years ago the army said it's also a response to burning palestinian kites that have torched hundreds of acres of israel farmland and forests over the past three months robert berger cbs news jerusalem they're supposed to be a ceasefire now very busy weekend in sports germany's angelique kerber vit serena williams in straight sets to win the women's title at wimbledon great person and the champion i mean you are coming back and such inspiration everybody for all of us for every people they're watching you i mean dot on espn novak djokovic kevin anderson play for the men's title in a few hours france and croatia helped play for soccer's world cup in moscow belgium beat england for third place in boxing manny pack joost on.

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Slow start by All-Star Nola as Phillies lose to Marlins 2-0

24 Hour News

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Slow start by All-Star Nola as Phillies lose to Marlins 2-0

"Radio wip with your sports update bills fall short despite night than drama after aaron nola gave up two runs in the first it fills tried to overtake the marlins in the ninth when scott king and andrew knapp got hits and all came down to smell valentine revolves one strike and the bitch she's swinging any pops it up now the third base line long run for cooper also going to third baseman shortstop riddle makes the catching foul territory about bell and the ball game is over phillies make it interesting here that i think but they come back falls short may fall shut out fashion tamales get too i did iran's off of our dole and they make them stand up eight in this series of the game apiece to nothing final jim jackson with the call and wip the fills lose to the marlins to nothing they do not lose any ground in the standings they will go into the all star break in first place gabe kappler are noah's first inning was excellent again today obviously need the first ending there's a lot of work found some holes and that turned out to be enough to to beat us but i still thought he had a tremendous first half zach kaplan's been placed on the disabled list with the blisters so the phil's on sunday said nfl dealer santos to the mound in florida against jose arena and then head into the all star break serena williams at a fairly easy road to the wimbledon final in her return for all england club angelique kerber a former world number one made sure that road came to an end the thirty year old german beat the seven time wimbledon champion six three six three on saturday to win her third career major in the process koerber denied williams at twenty four th career grand slam title which would have tied margaret court's alltime mark nba move.

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Serena Williams, France and Croatia discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Serena Williams, France and Croatia discussed on 24 Hour News

"In some cases or jaguars scapegoats habitat at the new orleans zoo killed six other animals before it was captured while there were no human injuries we did suffer the sad loss of four apopka one emu and one fox that lived in nearby habitats they were attack and did not survive carlberg is managing director of the zoo and orleans big weekend in sports at wimbledon grand slam tennis title number three for germany angelique kerber she upset serena williams in straight sets later today novak djokovic place kevin anderson for the men's title in moscow france and croatia will play.

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"angelique" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Angelique kerber beat seven time what will the champ serena williams six three and three to win her third career major in the process denied williams a twenty four th career grand slam title which would've tied margaret court's all time record kerber would've just five women to be williams in the grand slam final also having beater in the two thousand sixteen aussie open android venus williams says the only wants to do it twice as williams fell to twenty three and seven in the final of a major kerber following her victory after the match you said this was your dream as a little girl to win wimbledon you've won the us open you want australia's well what makes wimbledon the dream and so different than the others a lot i think really special i mean it's a traditional tournament everybody that's close to home i mean france came and also they watched in front of the tv's and you know when i was a little kid i was always watching steffi winning here and that was always very huge in germany so when i came here for my first time i said to myself okay i this is determined i really would like to win one day and every year i came here try my best and one twenty eighteen the year and this is something really special for me did you really have that belief that you could win that match yes because i think without the belief you cannot win against serena and i played here against the two years ago and it was a close match she wanted at the end but i knew i have to believe in myself i have to believe in my game like i played the last metrics here going out and really take the the moment playing tennis because i know i can do it i peter radiant australia at the final and that was in my mind that's i have to believe in myself kerber majors five unforced errors compared to williams twenty four as the thirty year old german reversed the result of that twenty sixteen of final it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk.

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Emmys: 'Veep' Being Out Opens Door for Other Comedies

KNX Programming

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Emmys: 'Veep' Being Out Opens Door for Other Comedies

"The crowd at the women's final at wimbledon today was definitely behind new mother and top champion serena williams but a talented german player had something else in mind serena williams was defeated by angelique kerber of germany kruger's first wimbledon championship williams was going for her eighth was cheered on by her friend and megan markle the newly minted duchess of sussex also joined by her sisterinlaw kate middleton as reporter rena nine and tomorrow's men's final it'll be novak djokovic going against kevin anderson it is a wide open race for the best television comedy at this year's emmy awards nominations unveiled this week for the past few years it's been all about hbo's veep but it's not in the running since the show announced it was delaying its final season so that star julia louis dreyfuss could recuperate from treatment for breast cancer that leaves first season contender or the marvelous mrs mazel in the running along with leading actress nominee rachel brosnahan it's late two o'clock in the morning don't you wear watch this outfit donald glover's atlanta is also a favourite for best comedy i know don't call them white folks and talk often blackish berry and the unbreakable kimmy schmidt are among the other contenders for outstanding comedy series margaret caro knx ten seventy newsradio meanwhile netflix has taken the crown from hbo for most emmy nominations what is the purpose of the crowd what is the purpose the hit series the crown part of a long list of net flicks nominees one hundred twelve knots and all for shows including stranger things glow the unbreakable kimmy schmidt and godless first time in seventeen years that hbo has not been on top and when it comes to traditional tv while matt rask with tv guide puts this way that works there are very much an also ran nowadays although some network shows did breakthrough most notably snl with twenty one nominations including alec baldwin nominated again for his supporting performance as president trump a role that won him an award last year understand this is a tv court right okay i'm a tv president but weather it's.

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"angelique" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Mike the old angelique commercial said how long did it take to get down to business a lot can happen between the salad and this is keep calling it scrimp champi the shrimp scampi there's a lot of time there you the wait staff could be distracted there could be a problem with the appetite you have to send it back so think of all that time and yet jim komi could not kind of seal the deal you know when you're out in debt you can't seal the deal he's not a good closer jim komi love people saying that you put too many petty personal details in the book about president trump talking about his hair his hand size speculation about the storage a lot of critics say that struck them as georgia signed box president trump any regrets no my only regret is that those folks likely haven't read the book because if you read the whole book you'll see i'm trying to be an author and bring the readers with me into a room so i describe all kinds of people in great detail to try and create a vivid image for the reader not trying to make fun of president trump and i try and make fun of anybody oh yeah okay i have another thought that just came to me this is why i love radio because i actually think during the show and things come up in my mind during the show that when i have free time they don't come up how could jim komi really have been focusing on what.

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"angelique" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

The Cracked Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"One let's let's let's do more history history history this is someone from the seventeen hundreds greg brought up marie joseph detaille angelique i can't pronounce anything french but i assume that's joseph deter utterly perfect is not no this is a bad chick the time say that she was a slave that one from portugal that wants a montreal in the seventeen hundreds and she tried to escape montreal with let her white boyfriend i was indentured servant is doing and claude they try to escape they got caught and claw went to jail angelique just act like you know i didn't make it up claude decided to do the whole thing and then her owner was like you know what i'm tired of this check we're going to sell it to the caribbean now they do a mad work and so she waiting for claude to get out of prison clog out a jail and they just burned down half a montreal and then they got caught again well she got caught claw like during the whole burning claude escaped because he was white and she got caught she wouldn't rattle clot and they hunger and was she had already kind of ratted on him before i will think so he was just down white dick she didn't see the rat random out why did they burn down the city was that like would they were like this is all a thing the only tried to burn down like some left us.

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"angelique" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on Channel 955

"You go annual growth jeff discern what are known ranked had no moyo momo soumah july hang out over bottom dome was guzman tango uganda them online loan in angelique kerber when we pull up all gain again at the truth no i'm no i'm no one million on an in the gun iowa no lie this on the line can you straighten law mazzano moments data as let the on one and vincent j j c watts down at a time now no one will be nominal winding naomi wine liani mind okay he beat up peso it danish from now he liked the presidency that beijing may cook brunell when above i as those in vowed ms un hooper their booty only gucci belt and beat on on on the label these as you andreotti's piano table nilgun old veto guy no treibil we do watching i know cable whole kedo club nam nam nam the draft law you wanna family around in god can as only me no gave me the kale ghanaian again truth attitude man in la i know i'm no i'm no one noname on an and that gun iowan ovalles now this align yeah this is linked lamasara moments later as let me on one exam i dream jazz legend no addeds her well i'm no winding wind i'm fine looking photo my when you look in netanya best kanyama busy at the commune them in again was in his any combat no maimi catch abandoned asthma in in everbody oh my gosh she can be on mudej enormous roma as i turn in don's roma as as she is she can we cut of godley winnie babic goveas been guilty and then as an by the.

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"angelique" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Owlry um it was actually for my daughter at the time um they put you out with ether and delivered a baby and when she was born i named my daughter angelique because the name angelique kept going through my head and so i actually named her angel but we called her angelique leader and um anyways though this lady who through the pictures said well this is on your guardian angel and then later as we were i was with another psyche can angel reader this readers that to me oh you're guardian angels here her deems angelique that is certainly hope to you but guide us on this since we're talking about guardian angels mary how do other people know if they have one i'm this is also a a intangible it's it and by the way how does the guardian angel guide you or anybody try to be more general for this audience we have little signs from heaven that appear to us every day in the signs of maybe ten he's on the ground were feathers or sheets in the sky i would ever we have an issue that we're trying to work through meditation the old meditation prayer but i saw my clients to look around what's the round she has mentioned business mel to what you're feeling what you're thinking are what's in your area and a lot of times you will get a a sign from your angel and everybody well i don't know maybe not everybody but a lot of people that i talk to think they share their name be calls and they turn around that they'll but he's fair really pay attention to opening up your senses what are you hearing what are you smelling what are you feeling what are you kind of but does not also open people up to reading more into it then what might be there well.

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"angelique" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Of ann arbor you're only stop to resolve issues jeep back lorde lee bad eight we're live here on a remote suburban fry foot god ramp here at thirty nine hundred jackson row things like the person we always bring us angelique jinqiao with what's up queen of the big house i said comey melania angel all their cui eng those what song the queen of the fighting angelique so my god head right right and i pre that music her yeah well that's that's your theme so that's your intro so i love it you could yeah okay what is that yet jamie with as he goes where we invite him completely what it was when jay z play them like dinu jay z one to have that for angelique i wrote i remember i appreciate it i remember the little things will eventually don't you were key don't worry wow hit all of this all looted this defensive you annually so now the teams going in its first road a official road game yeah how important this coach harbaugh in the witness you will rings well i mean obviously important i mean they get up in a big fan on the right well and i mean it'll be a nice test for them my free i think the secondary we really haven't seen them overly at it and yet damien and i think we're doing will give him a night at but i i really think the thief entered it good that i i'm not sure that any offense is really going to put it so i guess than you look at well paid and the red zone and i think that's when kim harbaugh will be looking forward to seeing on saturday and have they make from corrections another little things that they that have that have hampered them and on and i i think that's what we'll find out on saturday one thing i know about jim harbaugh and it's been i mean it's been thirty somebody years but one thing i.

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"angelique" Discussed on The Secret to Victory

The Secret to Victory

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"angelique" Discussed on The Secret to Victory

"He's very sensitive to me in terms of he doesn't sometimes he won't even talk to me about while also usually bring it up because it's hard to bring up but i need to bring it up and then he'll be really open and candid and the next time i play that same opponent we have a better game plan most of the time gender bring herself to watch the footage of the match she lost that's one thing i can't do i just i've tried it you early on in my career as i would watch the matches that i lost but i just physically visibly i can watch it it makes me sick to my stomach when she does manage to power through aren't something by when she watched footage from another great loss at the 2016 australian open against angelique kerber i was able to understand why i lost and looking back i played like crap and it's no surprise that i lost the match so i had to mentally um humble myself and realize that that you know i losses i didn't play well and sometimes swimming humbling yourself is the greatest quality that you can have in sport because then that's the only way to get better than being a professional athlete means always striving to be perfect it also means you don't have time to wallow when you're not when you lose and have to play again it's almost like that instant rehab that you get net on.

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