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Car Coach Reports' Lauren Fix Talks the Audi Diesel Truck Trial
"Question we've only got a minute left. You got to follow her car coach reports dot com Lorraine fix lord and fix on Twitter. You sent me a story. I haven't even had a look at it. What is the disaster of the Audi diesel truck trial? Just give us give us a little tea so everybody can go and read your report. Okay, it's Anna website on YouTube called vin wiki, VI and wiki, and I've submitted 7 stories to him. I went down to his place in Atlanta. And we tell car stories and one of those was a very interesting accident. I had in the desert, we talk about how it was Oprah's automotive expert, whether you like her or not, it was really good for promoting my brand. And of course some racing while pregnant. So if you go to Ben wiki and you put my name in there, Lauren fix, you will find him a little bit different. All right,
Ana Navarro: Ron DeSantis 'Gamed the System' to Win Re-Election
"She's a far left conservative and Republican hating, troll. I mean, she's listening to what she said about Ron DeSantis. Now, no one should or can take away from Ron DeSantis's decisive victory. In Florida this week, 20 points was a remarkable, remarkable thing to see. Listen to Anna Navarro on CNN claiming why Ron DeSantis won so decisively. Now keep this in mind to William's point. If you think they're going to be any kinder or less a vicious with Ron DeSantis, then they've been with Donald Trump think again. I give you un Navarro from CNN. On mayor from Tallahassee, Florida. Yesterday, he won by 20 percentage points. Why? Because he gained the system because he turned Florida into an unlevel playing field. They changed the election laws, making it harder to vote by mail. They paraded a bunch of people. Black people that they arrested for voting fraud and paraded them in front of national media. He created an election police. He also was very good in responding to hurricanes and other tragedies. Almost apologetically. He also was very good at responding to hurricanes and other tragedies. Oh yeah, we're sorry he was so effective right on a Navarro. What a terrible thing. And paraded black people around. No, they arrested people for election fraud. That's what you do. You big dummy. Oh, but they paraded people around. He gamed the system. I mean, this is what they're going to do to desantis. This is who they are.
The Midterm Candidates That Robby Starbuck Is Excited About
"Robbie, walk us through some of the candidates that you're most excited about. House candidate Senate candidates that you're really looking at. Obviously Carrie and Blake, which are great. I'm going to try to steal you to come on our live stream, by the way, on election night, which is a really magnificent thing. Our team will be in touch. But tell us what candidates are you looking at? I mean, I have to just go back to Kerry first because Carrie and I spoke long before she came out about politics and we like I just knew she was so incredible so smart right on the issues and I was like here you have got to run for office. So I'm very proud of the fact that I was here very first endorsement. And I just love her. She is going to be a superstar and I think is going to set the standard in the way descent is sort of has this governor where everybody's going to be going, hey, my governor, you need to be more like Carrie. And so it's good that we're getting these people in there that can set that standard of the new right and set that path forward so the norm becomes eventually ten years from now that the entire Congress and governors main shins and everything are filled with people like that. But in Congress, you know, I'm very excited about Anna paulina. I think she's going to bring incredible change and challenge the squad in ways they've never been challenged before. So I think she's an incredible one for people to get behind and can really, you know, she can be somebody who ends up in the Senate, ends up being governor one day. I think she's got a bright, bright, bright future. I love Blake masters because again, I think he's one of those standards setters and JD Vance as well. It's about setting that new standard.
'2000 Mules' Redux With Dinesh D'Souza
"Think enough changes have been made in states, for example, like Pennsylvania to prevent this? Do you see any improvements at all? Walk us through that. I think that there have been some voter integrity laws, which do some decent things, although in my view, not enough. There has been more surveillance this time on the drop boxes than there was in 2020. But again, not enough. The decisive rules, the cybersecurity infrastructure agency rules call for every drop box to have 24 hour surveillance. That is clearly not the case. In fact, the reason some patriots are like camping out at dropboxes is because they don't see the video surveillance that should be there on every Dropbox. I think that this is an issue that still needs to be investigated because although we do need to move on from 2020, we can't move on without a full reckoning of what happened in 2020. Like I mentioned the last time there are more Republicans who are getting involved in the process. I think Republicans realize that we pay attention to the campaign, Democrats pay attention to who's actually running the election, who's administering an organizing the election process. So we're becoming more attentive to that. So bottom line, I think that there is greater awareness. Things are looking better than they were in 2020, but there's still a ways to go. Certainly before 2024.
Dinesh D'Souza Helps Us Make Sense of 'True the Vote' Attacks
"Dinesh, there have been some attacks recently, for example, the attorney general of Arizona is now asking the federal government to investigate true the vote, your partner in this, the great Greg Phillips and Katherine engelbrecht, what do you make of this with the attorney general of Arizona that is now focused on investigating through the vote, not actually looking into the mule operation. Help us make sense of this. So it's a very strange phenomenon, right? Because many of the areas covered in the movie are heavily under heavy democratic control. It would not be reasonable to expect these Democrats to jump up and go, let's quickly investigate. But one would expect that in areas under some Republican control. I'm thinking you have Georgia, for example, or Mark barnaby in Arizona that there would be some follow-up. And the beauty of follow-up is it can prove either side to be wrong. So for example, maybe Bernabeu goes and talks to the mules, is investigators, talk to them, and there's a perfectly plausible explanation for what they're doing. So in that sense, the movie would then be refuted. Look, there's nothing for no funny business going on. But it's very interesting that none of those people and certainly in the left does not want any follow-up. They are not willing to take the risk that they might be discredited, not the mules might start talking and squawking and reveal who paid them. How is this operation all organized and so on? Now true the vote had ongoing dealings with berno rich's office and at some point it appears a communication breakdown broke down. Now, I'm not privy to what was said back and forth. But what true the vote says is, listen, we gave them information, we gave them data far from investigating our information. They started in a sense revealing our confidential sources. It became clear to us, meaning to true the vote, that they were less interested in busting the fraud than in busting the fraud detection operation.
Dinesh D'Souza Releases '2000 Mules' in Book Form
"Dinesh tell us about the book, which some people might be interested or curious how is it different than the movie walk us through it? The movie is a 90 minute narrative of what really happened in the 2020 election. And there are some aspects in the movie that can't be duplicated in a book. So for example, the movie has surveillance video. Obviously, there's no way for me to pluck that video and stick it in a book. The book has photos and images, but it doesn't have video. On the other hand, books can do certain things that movies can't. And so a book can almost like a legal brief, lay out a systematic argument. At a far greater level of explanation and detail, it can provide a lot of evidentiary backup, crossing the T's and dotting the eyes. And the other thing that this book has is it has a systematic refutation of the critics of the movie. So it goes beyond 2000 meals and it answers people like Ali swenson of AB, Philip bump of The Washington Post, Tom drives back at national public radio. Many of the prominent sort of debunkers of 2000 meals, not to mention, by the way, Liz Cheney and Bill Barr, all of them come under scrutiny and under fire in the book.
Convicted "fake heiress" Anna Sorokin released from immigration custody
"Convicted fake heiress and his Oregon who Netflix is inventing Anna is based on was released from ice detention Friday and is now fighting extradition She had to post $10,000 bond remain under house arrest and refrain from posting on social media The 31 year old who duped New York's rich and famous by claiming to be German heiress Anna delvey had been held by immigration authorities since March of last year who claims she overstayed her Visa and wants to send her back to Germany So it had already served three years in prison for grand larceny and theft which prosecutors say include lying to banks and luxury hotels along with stealing $275,000
Herschel Walker Attends Prayer Event at Atlanta Evangelical Church
"There was a big prayer gathering of evangelical Christians at the first baptist church in Atlanta, Georgia. Her rehearsal walker was there. And the new pastor of first baptist Anna, doctor Anthony George, and let me tell you something about that church now. It had been going through some ups and downs. Pastor George takes the pulpit and all of a sudden he starts speaking truth to the culture. A lot of churches out there these days, they don't want to have anything to do with politics. They don't want to have anything to do with the culture or the school board stuff that they think that it's evil for Christians to get involved in the political and the political process. But what they're really doing is they're marginalizing a neutralizing Christians. They don't want you Christians out there. Well, pastor George is not like that. And ever since he started talking about these issues, more and more people are just literally flooding into the church house so they had this big event a couple of hundred people turn out and Herschel Walker got to share his side of the story and pastor George hopped on the program at the very last minute, and we had a great conversation. And he said, look, hershel laid it all out. The pastor says he believes Herschel Walker. And he says that he doesn't even believe there's a dilemma here. And it's interesting to start a watch. I've been watching the analysis coming out over the past 48 hours. And it looks like even the mainstream media is acknowledging in a very begrudging way that this is not a big issue. That things may not appear to be the way they are, but even if it is, it's not going to be an issue for voters in the state of Georgia. So
Meghan Markle Is Out for Asian Justice on Her Podcast
"May again Markle hopped on her podcast today and decided to call some people out. So in a return to her Spotify podcast, archetypes, worst title ever, she takes on one of the most prominent stereotypes of Asian women on screen, the dragon lady. She said, movies like Austin Powers and kill Bill. They presented these caricatures of women of Asian descent as over centralized or aggressive. She's talking about fuku and fuk me in Austin Powers goldmember and Lucy Liu's hyper violent already she until Bill. She said that such characterizations go at least as far back as 1924 when Anna May Wong played a scheming Mongol slave opposite Douglas Fairbanks in the thief of Baghdad, okay? I wonder how she felt about Mickey Rooney playing mister yunioshi in breakfast at Tiffany's. Or even David Carradine playing Mark kwai Chang Caine in Kung fu. But Meghan Markle maintained that this toxic stereotyping of women of Asian descent. This doesn't just end once the credits roll. Oh, she feels everybody's pain. As a case in point, she introduces sociologist Nancy Wang yoon, who wrote about the dragon lady stereotype in her book real inequality, real with two E's. Everything is equality, equity, inclusion, you and told the story of being catcalled by a man using a line out of full metal jacket while she was traveling to an academic conference. She said, I myself have been proposition in an airport in Atlanta of all places by a stranger who said me so horny. He just yelled it out to me. Now at this point, this podcast should be a fun podcast. Who doesn't laugh at me so horny? She said, I knew why because I looked around and I thought, and I saw that I was the only Asian woman in that area. I knew he was talking to me, even though I don't even know if he ever saw full metal jacket. Okay, listen to me, honey. So because one idiot quoted a line from a film by maybe the greatest director of all time. Therefore, that makes full metal jacket a bad movie.
Joe Concha Describes the Writing Process for 'Come on, Man!'
"You have this book out Come on man About Biden's I would like to cuss right now but I won't Let's call it crappy presidency Here's my question to you Yes How the hell did you keep this book under the word count What did they tell you We're looking for 70,000 words You could have written 700,000 words You could have ridden Anna karenina How the hell did you fit this kind of content into one book Dan you know that's the best question I received so far Thank you I got to tell you it's like a movie and you got something like that that's like the movie version of war and peace There's so much material to work with When I have 700,000 I just confined it to the most egregious examples of this man who somehow has failed upwards his entire life when you think about it They law school He says hey I finished at the top of my class No he finished at the bottom Then he runs for president in 1988 and he has to drop out due to plagiarism which is a recurring theme throughout his life And then even as a senator as a vice president and now as president profoundly below average yet this is what we have settled for because we had a media that was so hell bent on getting out the 45th president They didn't bother to look very much under the hood of what was coming with the 46 president and now you see him polling and Joe Biden lower than any first term president in polling history going all the way back to Harry S. Truman Congratulations America This is what we're stuck with
The March of Leftism Across South America
"Want to talk about the march of leftism across South America, very troubling development, and we've seen it happen in recent months and in recent years. Now, of course, we know a lot about Venezuela. I talk about it in the podcast W, of course, talks about it a lot as well. But a number of other countries, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, even Chile, and Chile was kind of the most unkindest cut of all. And what I mean by that is that Chile has actually enjoyed an economic boom because of capitalism because of free market policies. In fact, free market policy is put into effect. With the advice of American economists like Milton Friedman and going back, almost 50 years or 50 years or more now. Chile created a pension system that produced a decent provision for people as they got into old age. Again, it was a pension system, not like America's social security plan, but a pension system that's invested in the market and as the market went up people saw their fortunes become a lot more comfortable and be able to provide for them when they needed it. And your Chile of all places pivoted to the left by electing a real far leftist. In fact, somebody who has in the past been associated with communism, a guy named Gabriel borik. An activist who came marching in promised a kind of new Chile. In fact, said that he was going to rewrite the Chilean constitution. He says the constitution was put into effect onto a dictator Augusto Pinochet. We're going to redo the whole constitution. There was a referendum in 2020 Anna majority. In fact, a decisive majority of chileans voted, yes, we do need a new constitution.
US clears updated COVID boosters targeting newest variants
"Federal regulators have authorized the first update to COVID-19 vaccines Until now the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have targeted the virus's original strain the updated boosters are aimed at taking on today's most common omicron strains and other variants So it really provides the broadest opportunity for protection Pfizer vaccine chief Anna Lisa Anderson Now that the FDA has signed off shots could begin within days but the CDC must still recommend who should get them and the question remains who will want them Just half of vaccinated Americans got the first recommended booster only a third of those 50 and over received a second one Sagar Meghani Washington
The Politics of Activism
"So just talk to us about the wave of conservatism over the liberals and the school board and other aspects of these Florida elections that have gone on. Yeah, thank you so much for having today. I don't know, I don't think a lot of people know this, but you were a huge inspiration to me when I wanted to get involved in politics. You and Anna paulina, so to just kind of see how you guys have grown in the past year has been amazing. And I think my number one pointer to people why we've been doing so much work is local activism. So we're very focused on the president, presidential elections, the state governor, and that all matter. But when it comes down to your commissioners, your school board members, not a lot of people care about that. There's not a huge voter turnout for primaries, even here in Miami dade. The total number, the turnout was only 18%. So what happened was last year during the lockdowns when everything was going on with the masks. Our school and all of these COVID restrictions of some businesses, we, as a community here in Miami dade, we decided to get activated and we said, okay, if you guys want to masticate, we're going to be protesting outside of the schoolwork. We're going to be showing up, you're going to hear our voices and you're going to feel our present. And that's what really started the whole Google work parent revolution.
Rich Baris From Big Data Polls on Biden's Big Student Loan Gambit
"I want to bring in now Richard barris, the people's pundit, I'll not only to break down yesterday's election, what we can learn from them, but this gambit, this huge gambit over essentially bribing younger voters. Richard, thank you so much for joining the program. I'll always, my friend, good to be here. Thanks for having me. So we know that Biden lost and I think this narrative is true that he lost a lot of support with those younger voters. Is this going to work? Is he going to bribe them back? Yeah, here I've always been skeptical on that because, you know, when we ask younger voters, why? Why did Biden lose you? What is the reason that you disapprove of the job he's doing? What's your most important voting issue, this upcoming midterm or period? And student loans really not up there, Jack. There are some who don't even have student loans. But generally speaking, their problem is for younger voters specifically. It's inflation, like others, and cost of living in general. And when we specifically ask them, they're a little bit different than older people or people who have families who may say, you know, gas, groceries, their problem is housing. And that they can't really, you know, they can't afford rent or they definitely can't afford a house now. So, you know, this is a risk. It is a risk because you risk alienating so many other people that are honestly more inclined to vote Democrat now and are likely voters.
Why Anna Paulina Luna Subjects Herself to the Dirty World of Politics
"Talk Florida and I guess the country in general where we look at these midterm elections because you've been a great political strategist as well. We had congressmen that Gates on the top of the show. We did have congresswoman Margaret Taylor Greene. She talked about being assaulted, but swatted. Last night, this attack where they were pretty wanted her to be assaulted or possibly worse. When you know that things like that are potentially in the cards, why is this that you want something that you want to get into? Why do you want to get into this when you know those threats and the pain box are something that they can put you in with the smears the attacks and everything else? Why do all this? Because we live in the greatest country in the world and there's only one like it. If the United States is to exist, that's it for us. We are the Beacon of hope and freedom. I've been to Jack, I've been over 25 countries around the world. And I can tell you that the United States, everyone, wishes that they had the opportunity and freedoms that we have here. Unfortunately, there are people in D.C. that don't like this country. There are people that are in D.C. that are foreign actors. They are involved with foreign governments, and they want our country to crumble. And because of the fact that I think you and I both understand from a military perspective that sometimes maybe it's not the easiest thing to do, but it's the right thing to do. And if we as good people don't stand up, then it's going to be, you know, the sociopath weirdos that just want power and control to get into office. And we have to fight back. So that's why I'm doing what I'm doing.
Trump-Backed Anna Paulina Luna Is the GOP Primary Winner From FL-13
"Just had some elections last night and we are so honored to be able to bring on someone who not only was involved in the election, but actually one per election down. It was part of 13 district. This is Anna paulina Luna herself and alumnus of turning point USA and thank you so much for joining us today. So happy to be back, Jack. So tell me, what do you attribute your victory to? And this is Chris old district. Is that right? Yeah, it's been redistricted. So we are now in an open Republican seat, the rating is an arc of 7. But really, I think that I attribute this to hard work and the grassroots. You know, a lot of people, when they get involved in politics, they don't want to do the door knocking and by the end of this election, my team of about four people and myself had knocked over 14,000 doors, we made over 38,000 phone calls. And when you see the amount of money that they poured into, they spent about two point something $1 million. And these attack ads, they were vicious. I mean, you want to talk about clipping segments. By the end of the race, they were saying that I was a far left Bernie Sanders supporter, which is totally crazy. But nonetheless, you know, we were able to directly interact with voters and really brought home the win, but it was a brutal race. It was probably one of the nastiest races in the country from what a lot of people were saying and we made it through by over ten points.
Ukraine girds for heavy attacks as it marks Independence Day
"On the day that marks exactly 6 months since the start of the war Ukrainians also marked their Independence Day In the fear that the day may bring heavy Russian missile attacks Ukrainian authorities banned large gatherings However a small number of residents gathered at Kyiv's central square where destroyed Russian tanks and artillery were put on display Anna joseva from Zappos says it's a Ukrainian's duty to get involved for their country My Friends from the gym are all fighting on the front line so it's inappropriate for me to get tired They have a right to be tired and we must help donate some pay taxes and keep fighting Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky spoke
Wimbledon fan taking legal action against Nick Kyrgios
"Anna polis says curio's damaged her reputation with the false allegation that was broadcast to and read by millions around the world Speaking to me in the middle of the game what's acceptable Nothing Okay so keep her out Kyrios complained he was distracted while serving and was asked to point out the person distracting him It looks like she's done about 700 drinks from Polish was temporarily removed from center court Curios was later told paulus was not heckling That doesn't make it okay to start talking to Nick curios who's playing a final Wimbledon Middle of the point Why are you trying to make that okay Curios lost the match Paula says she's taking action to obtain vindication and to prevent repetition of the allegation and any damage is recovered will be donated to charity I'm Ed Donahue
"anna" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And I thought to me, those were like the most interesting things. Also the trip to Marrakech was just like, that was to me Shonda Rhimes world at its best because it was just like a nail biter the whole time of like, oh my goodness, Rachel is going to be stuck in Marrakesh. These guards are trying to keep her there because Anna won't pay the bill and they racked up tens of thousands of dollars. I was just very, very nerve wracked for her, the entire time. That was like great suspenseful writing right there. Anna. It's been three months. Can I get that $62,000? I have to pay off my work credit card. I've used up all my money on the minimum payments. Please, Anna, you have to pay me back. That episode I think is like the standout too, especially because every other episode until that is like leading up to this big moment. The scams on the scams and then like this big scam in Marrakech, it's taking advantage of a friend and like a normal person who can't afford it and not like a bank and you just feel for her. And that's also where the series lost me because build a build up build up Marrakesh and then we go to Germany and there's no more scam. It's just kind of slow, like the story's been reported and I didn't feel like they knew what to do with the story after it was published in the magazine. Totally unnecessary episodes. Yeah. I mean, I know why they were there. They were trying to make us see her as a more fully formed human, more backstory for Anna and so on. And look at her as a child, look at her dad. But it went from having momentum to just going to a complete halt at that point. Yeah. One final question I want to ask is at the end of the day, I don't think it answers the question of who is an adelphi. But like I said, I think it does sort of try and get at these bigger questions, especially through Vivian because maybe in even trying after the piece comes out to figure out okay. Did I accomplish my goal?.
"anna" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Well, it sounds like you all like this a little bit more than I did because I found this to be quite the slog. I was really excited about it. I remember reading the article in New York mag and just being like, wow, this is really impressive. I can't believe I find it hard to believe that she was able to pull this off for so long, but then when you think about how insular, wealthy people's worlds are or seem to be from the outside. And the way in which they don't really think about money in that way, if you are someone who does not have all that money, then you're going to be like, why haven't you paid me back? Where's my money? But they're just like, eh, she's good for it. We know, even though we don't know who her father is and we don't know who this woman is. But a lot of these episodes clock in at an hour or longer. And at a point, we are just kind of coming up against okay, she's doing another scam. This is another interview with another one of her victims, and we're just going to see the same thing play out over and over again from a slightly different angle. And I have to say, I could have used like maybe two or three less of those and way less of Vivian Kent. This is as much a quote unquote scammer story as it is a sort of wannabe spotlight slash all the president's men were trying to get to the bottom of all this story. And I think Anna klemke is doing a lot of great work. I actually think all of the acting is really solid. But I couldn't bring myself to care as much about the backstory of her trying to figure this out. There's a whole thing where she's kind of a disgraced reporter at this point. I usually get either what happened to the kid in the story, whereas he now or I get did Bloomberg really offer me a job and then after everything came out to take it back, and yes, I can tell you they took the job back. And no, I don't know what happened to the kid. And this is based in part on something that actually happened with Jessica pressler, but within the story of inventing Anna, she, in the past, had written the story that the source turned out to be lying the whole time. And so that kind of put a damper on her career and marked her as this reporter who could not necessarily be trusted with a big hefty story. And so all of that stuff is thrown in here and just adds to the running time in a way that doesn't really answer any of the questions that I think is trying to ask. And one of the questions he's trying to ask is who is Anna, but I think the more interesting question that it does sort of attempt to unravel is why are so many people attracted to this woman, including Vivian Kent because she is clearly obsessed with her and does a lot of unethical things as the story goes on, including providing her with clothes for her court dates. It's just bizarre. So I felt like it wasn't as fun and frothy as I wanted it to be. And it could have been like three hours shorter..
"anna" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"In our current era chock full of headline making scammers and Adobe is one of the splashiest. Several years ago, she posed as an heiress and conned a whole bunch of wealthy people out of their money before ultimately spending time in prison. And now her schemes have been dramatized in inventing Anna, a Netflix miniseries created by Shonda Rhimes. The show is inspired by a viral New York magazine article, but is Anna's story as fascinating on the screen as it was on the page. I'm Aisha Harris, and today we're talking about inventing Anna and pop culture happy hour from NPR. Joining us is Kristin miner, she is the co host of the podcast movie therapy with rafer and Kristen. She's also the co author of how to be fine. Welcome back Kristen, so happy to be back to talk about this scammer. Yes. Also joining us is Jeffrey masters. He's the host of the podcast LGBTQ and a that's Q&A with an ampersand. Welcome back Jeffrey. Hey, thank you. So the Netflix miniseries inventing Aaron was created by Shonda Rhimes. Julia Garner plays an adelphi, a Russian born German in her mid 20s who claims to be an heiress while palling around with some of Manhattan's wealthy and powerful. She is definitely none heiress and her real last name is Serbian. Anna komski plays in Kent, a reporter at Manhattan magazine who becomes obsessed with reporting on the story of delvis widespread fraud. The character of Vivian is a stand in for real life journalist Jessica pressler, who's 2018 article on Delphi for New York mag, went viral and inspired this series. Now, as Vivian tracks down the story, she interviews and learns about many of the elite figures who found themselves in Anna's web of deceit. The main ones are a group of women who once made up Anna's inner circle of one time girlfriends. There's Neff, a hotel concierge played by Alexis Floyd, Rachel, a Vanity Fair editor played by Katie Lowes and Casey, a personal trainer played by Laverne Cox. Vivian also finds herself working closely with Anna's defense attorney Todd, who is played by Aryan moyet. The show bounces around a lot across continents and time periods and covers everything from Anna's childhood prior to coming to the states up food to the trial and her conviction. The real-life Anna was convicted on multiple charges in 2019, including grand larceny and she spent 19 months in prison. She was released in early 2021 for good behavior, but just weeks later, ice targeted her for overstaying her Visa. And as of this month, she remains in custody awaiting deportation back to Germany. So there's a lot going on in this show over the course of 9 episodes. Jeffrey, what did you think of inventing Anna? Yeah, you know, I think it's fun and it's enjoyable. My big question going to this was that like scammer is such a colloquial term nowadays. And so I didn't know much about her and I didn't know, you know, did she order expensive bottles of wine and like enforcement to pick up the tab, or is something more nefarious? And so when we got to the extent of her fraud, I thought it was wildly impressive, which she almost pulled off. It was impressive in the worst possible way. So I thought that was fun to see. Yeah, yeah. The show does do a good job of sort of showing many times, I think, probably many more times immediate to see all the ways in which she bounces around from different hotels and ran up all these bills until they finally kicked her out and then she'd be done to the next and she would often claim that she was waiting for her father to wire her money.
"anna" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Looks. All black everything. Scroll through sorokin's Instagram and you'll notice she favored black. One dress in particular became a staple of cirrhosis going out wardrobe, a black allaya knit dress when Paolo and her team finally found the tight long sleeved mini dress after trolling vintage shops and online consignment stores. It was two sizes too big for Garner. We had to cut it down, and we were praying it would work because it's like a stretch knit, which is pretty hard to alter. She says. Fortunately, the alteration worked and the garment became integral to Garner's acting process. I think she felt like she was inhabiting the real Anna when she wore that. Paolo says that was a useful thing for Julia. Little white details. Amid a sea of little black dresses, Paolo often added a pop of white to Anna's wardrobe. In episode four, Anna wears an Emily wickstead one shouldered black gown with a big white bow on the shoulder when she's toasting to her future. At that moment, she believes she's going to get her loan and open her club. Those are sort of pivotal moments for Anna, Paolo says, anytime you see Anna in a black and white number, she says it's a, is it going to happen or not going to happen? Kind of vibe. Anna's Hollywood entrance. When Anna arrives in Ibiza with her boyfriend in episode two, Paolo wanted to ensure her costume left viewers in awe. I said to shonda, I want that to catch a thief moment. She recalls. Channeling Grace Kelly in that 1955 Alfred Hitchcock keeper Anna is wearing big Christian Dior sunglasses and a scarf wrapped around her blond hair that was custom made to match her red, fun, not fussy, Alexander McQueen dress. If you look closely, you'll notice the Dior bag Anna is holding on the yacht. Has the name delvey embroidered on it. We didn't cheat with the bags. That's a real Dior, but Dior couldn't help us with the detailing. Paolo says..
"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast
"I'm Anna and I am a well... What am I? It was in October when myself doubt almost got me to the ground. And do you know why? Because our thought I didn't own my titles anymore. And I had many. I was the time expert I was a keynote speaker. I was a podcast. But a lot had happened last year, and suddenly I thought, is the name time expert out of date? And I had not given a speech in one and a half years due to Corona, so was I still a keynote speaker? And I was not too fond of the title podcaster. On a long walk in the Swedish Woods, I understood. There is work to do annapurna. You have an identity problem. And this is what I have learned about how titles influence our identity. Welcome. Holly, I'm Jane and I'm a psychologist. Hi, I'm Peter and I am a software engineer. Hi, whoever and I am a coach. Now do this. Wherever you are, take your title away. Who are you now? Just Jane or Peter? And now take your name away. Who are you now? It does feel good to have a name doesn't it?
"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast
"Hi, I'm Anna and I know that 2021 soon will be history. Another year that has brought us well, let's say a lot. But when I look up to the sky, I see the sun the moon the stars. And it looks as if they are still where they should be. And I think that is good news. When the year slowly comes to an end, I like to take a moment to look back on it. And then I see that many things I thought were important turned out not to be. And other experiences that had no intention of personal development or such were full of them or became big lessons. The school of life never stops teaching me. How about if we time travel together through the year and I will share what I've learned this year from people, failure, sports, or from the ice cold kinky winter bath. Today, we begin with lesson number one. Which is about friendship. And I learned in January this year. It was the month I lost one of my best Friends, and it made me write about friendship. Let me share this. We come and we go and in between we live life and there we meet many people. Some archers passing by, some stay longer. They become companions. And one day, someone might even say to you, I'm there for you. What an exceptional thing to say. I'm there for you. There is one advantage of friendship that there are people out there who would catch you
"anna" Discussed on Heart to Heart with Anna
"I was just in a position like I am every single other day of absolutely powerlessness. It's a lifelong problem that Daniel Scott and this was my commitment to him. I would care for him and love him and do all that I could for him to give him whatever life he's been blessed. What lessons can we learn from our adult heart warriors? Why might a heart bomb write a book about her life experiences feeling with Kaggle to heart defects or CHD? How does a heart mom use her personal experiences to fight for others in the hospital? Welcome to heart to heart with Anna. I am Anna jaworski. Like today's guest, I am also a heart palm. My son, Alexander was born with a single ventricle heart. In 1994. And here's the reason I have the host of your program. Today's show is Libby Andrew, Australian heart buff and author..
"anna" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"I wish the phone call. I always at two o'clock in the morning when i should have been sleeping listening to my friends. Even when i was in eighth and ninth grade. I'd get in trouble for being on the phone and mother father would say you're too young for this. You're too young to be. That really is a gift. That is my life's purpose. And that's why i started. That's why i have my private practice. That's why i'm a therapist. Why a coach. That's why have a podcast. The more people. I talk to the older i get. I realized that so many of us live in a world of isolation that we don't really talk about what's really going on. We don't always really talk about this low self esteem. The feelings of low self worth of that people are walking around with low levels of anxiety depression all the time and they're not talking about it and i sit in my office year in year out day in and day out. Now listen to these people and they feel that they are the only ones listening to the he fluids podcast in. We're having candid an actionable conversations about your health relationships business and ministry and now here's your host the second chance coachman michael david huey welcome to another session of the heap fluent podcast. I love doing podcasts. not just to. They can influence other people. So that i can get to know my guest and so we were praying just before and talking about some things and and we just believe that were two or more gathered in his name. He's here in god's here to encourage each of us so we can get to know each other better. I feel like i know anna little bit. I know are usually with the hat on clubhouse and i always kind of joke with her whenever she has kind of this really awesome hats that she wears 'cause she's in chicago and it's normally cold so you have to wear a hat so and and what i like about anna is is that is anna is just a giver in a server like she likes to pick like i was. I was stocking her Instagram and i was seeing some of the things that she was doing with some friends and helping people you know encourage people in different areas of their life. You know and. I think that that's what she goes. I was telling her that you know as a psychotherapist sometimes it can be challenging right. Because you're you're hang all of people's problems right and it's super hard. Like i was telling her a friend of mine who i went two years ago as psychotherapists pastor and i would go into his office and when we get done he say well i guess god had a different plan for us today than than what we did and i think when you've been through schooling and and clinicals and all the stuff that you go through to get to that point we being anna and i and others who have another person that goes along side of us being the holy spirit and sometimes that can challenge some of the ways of being doing what you do right and so I think that's super important. And when you when you look at those type of things. I think you see things through god's eyes differently right. And you see how to in anna. Anna has been building a private practice for twenty five years. Which is wow congratulations. I love that. She also does personal development coaching if you watch her on instagram which. I'm hoping you will after this is done. You can see that you know. Her specialties. include clients with families in in anxiety Disorders mindset right. A lot of that stuff. I hear about that all the time. I love it that she's an athlete. Ana is an athlete. She makes that very well. No we talk. And i've watched it like she. She she you know she. She's totally focused on spirit. Soul and body right. She wants to to set an example for people that when they see her that she's actually doing what she does she. She loves the world of triathlons. And it's really funny. I live in the triathlon capital of the world. Claremont florida which everybody comes here to train like from all around the world. I see people from brazil and italy and all these people right and they come here because it's a great place to train. We have hills and we. Have you know good swimming pools and we have you know the. Us olympic track and field facility is right down here at the bottom of the hill. Close to me so I i. I'll have to tell anna about my one. My first experience that i had as a triathlete. I i was like i hate to swim. And i love the bike and run. And so i did this little sprint triathlon. And i literally. And i was in the clydesdales which is above two hundred pounds and i jumped in and i'm like i'm going to do really good looking all these other guys and i'm like they may. They may be beat me in this in the swim. But i'm gonna beat them on the bike and the run like an as a big guy I trained Another clydesdale who was a the number one clydesdale In the full ironman up in florida he wanted to break twelve hours in the in the iron man and he did it in ten hours and thirty minutes which was an hour and thirty minutes. Better than what he said. As a two hundred and five pound guy right and And and if you know he did a three hour marathon at the end of the of the The full ironman. So is named larry wit. He's if you ever look he's got some stuff on my i. I took him from two hundred and eighty pounds to two hundred and five pounds. Oh wow and to do to do that. And that was pretty good but my first experience was anna. I dove in in the water. And people were kicking me in the face right and i was like oh and then i was like i gotta got the first ever panic attack ever had my life and so they had some lifeguards with with surfboards. And i swam over to this. I'm going to take a breath. I'm going to let them get out of the road. And then i'll start swimming right. 'cause i was i'm not i mean i'm i can speed swim but long distance swim. I don't i don't have the breathing down as well. Could i get on this board. I'm looking at the lady and she's like a uk okay as like. Yeah what's your name. And she said bev. Which is my mom's name hough. So god put bev right there off to get back so i literally got back in and i think there was twenty five guys and i finish tenth and i think i looked. I looked at the time frame wise. I think had. I not had a panic attack. I would have been even better. I think soon as you get a panic attack takes you out of things. Like i didn't i didn't i and we had The the biking portion was pretty tough. It was up a A mile long bridge here. In clearwater. Florida where i used to live and and it was pretty brutal but Yeah that was my first experience so now yeah yeah so i welcome my friend to the he fluids podcast and say thank you for joining me. I am super excited to today. 'cause i've always seen and as i've only seen a heard anna on instagram and clubhouse and now i'm on zoom with her and i get to hear her and you guys get to hear her so now i get to build relationship so thank you and welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much michael. Thank you for having me here and thank you for inviting me. I really appreciate it. I michael has a soft place in my heart. Because i know you from called. Hal said you're all the the rooms that i want to be in and he is moderating these great rooms and he just as a giver as well you'd say that ivy servant heart well you do as well and he's just really allows you give people space you give people space and clubhouse to speak and to talk about their opinions and what they know and to share their feelings. So.
"anna" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Of patrick's unit assignments. The family moved frequently but eventually settled on a city on the western coast of india in eighteen. Forty one some of anna's childhood remains murky anna and her older sister elisa attended the bombay education society's girls school which was known for admitting mixed race daughters of deceased or absent military fathers but in her memoirs and i wrote that after her father died and she and allies were sent to boarding school in england and returned to india as teenagers. Whichever's true it's clear that animator purposeful effort to hide her ethnic background and lower social class on christmas day of eighteen. Forty nine anna married private. Thomas leinen owens who was an army paymasters clerk from ireland. On the marriage license thomas combined his middle and last names making them the liens after her marriage anna cut off all ties to her family. In india in december of eighteen fifty anna gave birth to a daughter selena but the baby only survived for seventeen months in eighteen fifty. Two and thomas emigrated to australia while on the boat. Their son thomas was born tragedy struck again and baby. Thomas died at the age of thirteen months during their four years in australia. Anna and thomas had two more children. A daughter named avis in eighteen. Fifty four and a son named luis eighteen fifty six the following year in april of eighteen. Fifty seven the family moved to malaysia. Where thomas found work as a hotel keeper. He died suddenly two years later. Anna was left alone with very little money and two small children. She decided to relocate to singapore. She also decided to construct a new identity for herself. That of a welsh born widow of british army major eighteen sixty. Two anna jumped at the opportunity to work as a governess for kingman cut of siam. What's now known as thailand. She sent her daughter to boarding school in england before travelling to bangkok with her son to take up her post. The role of governess was usually meant for women who social status matched their employers anna's fabricated high bourne identity came in handy. Kingman cut was intrigued by the west. He wanted to modernize siam while preventing european colonization. Amazon responsibility was to teach the kings children especially the crown prince chulalongkorn english as well as science and literature for five years. Anna also educated. The kings reported thirty nine wives in eighty two children on western culture. They fondly referred to her as men. Although anna was critical of the king's use of slavery and his cruel treatment of his many wives. She still acted as an informal secretary and helped him with his correspondence to western powers as he tried to modernize siam eighteen sixty seven and her son traveled to the united states during leave of absence and ultimately ended up staying there when king manca died in eighteen. Sixty eight to support her family. Anna briefly opened up a school for girls on staten island and regularly published travel articles in the atlantic. Monthly anna. move to halifax canada in eighteen. Seventy eight when. Her daughter married the general manager of the bank of nova scotia. Her son in law's position meant money was no longer an issue with this newfound financial freedom anna spent much of her time fundraising for the establishment of the victoria school of art and design which later became known as the nova scotia college of art and design. She's credited for founding it in eighteen eighty seven. It was the first degree granting art school and canada. Anna also became a staunch advocate for women's suffrage in the canadian government and accepted high level positions in halifax's local council of women and the women's suffrage association while in halifax she took time to travel around the world to countries including russia germany and the united kingdom. She published articles and books about her travels in eighteen. Ninety seven anna reunited with prince chulalongkorn. Who had since succeeded his father on the throne. He told anna that he had abolished slavery and was ruling over a free country but chulalongkorn also expressed dismay with what he felt was a cruel portrayal of his father. In anna's books. English governess at the siamese court and the romance of the harem. Anna stood by her depiction of the king and his court. But these books are highly controversial. in thailand. Critics anna exaggerated her close relationship with the king. His mistreatment of his concubines and the extent of her duties with the children. Ns spent the remainder of her days in montreal with her daughter and grandchildren. She was a sanskrit teacher at mcgill university and taught up until she was seventy eight years old in one thousand nine eleven. Anna suffered a stroke. She died four years later at the age of eighty. Three if today's episode sounded familiar. That's because ana story has since become embedded in popular culture. She was the inspiration for margaret. Landon nineteen forty four novel anna and the king of siam which was then adapted to the stage and screen several times often with the title king. And i all month. We're going back to school talking about women who shaped the world of education for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll manteca weekly. Follow us on facebook and instagram at will manteca and you can follow me. Directly on twitter at jenny kaplan special. Thanks to lose kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator as always. 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"anna" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Anna leeann. Owens was born and harriet. Emma edwards in india in november of eighteen. Thirty one anna came from a mixed race family. Her father sergeant. Thomas edwards was english. Her mother mary. Ann glass scott was the daughter of an anglo indian. Marriage on anna was just three months old. Her father died and her mother remarried an irish catholic corporal named patrick donahue as a result of patrick's unit assignments. The family moved frequently but eventually settled on a city on the western coast of india in eighteen. Forty one some of anna's childhood remains murky anna and her older sister elisa attended the bombay education society's girls school which was known for admitting mixed race daughters of deceased or absent military fathers but in her memoirs and i wrote that after her father died and she and allies were sent to boarding school in england and returned to india as teenagers. Whichever's true it's clear that animator purposeful effort to hide her ethnic background and lower social class on christmas day of eighteen. Forty nine anna married private. Thomas leinen owens who was an army paymasters clerk from ireland. On the marriage license thomas combined his middle and last names making them the liens after her marriage anna cut off all ties to her family. In india in december of eighteen fifty anna gave birth to a daughter selena but the baby only survived for seventeen months in eighteen fifty. Two and thomas emigrated to australia while on the boat. Their son thomas was born tragedy struck again and baby. Thomas died at the age of thirteen months during their four years in australia. Anna and thomas had two more children. A daughter named avis in eighteen. Fifty four and a son named luis eighteen fifty six the following year in april of eighteen. Fifty seven the family moved to malaysia. Where thomas found work as a hotel keeper. He died suddenly two years later. Anna was left alone with very little money and two small
"anna" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I was working hard yet. I was paying all her bills. And then i had these two kids to support to you know and i just. There is a lot of overwhelming. I think there was resentment because the way that he would describe it was it had to happen. Like i knew what i was getting myself into. And this was just what he was going to beat so he was able to start working and contributing right and it was just really hard. Because i started thinking all these negative thoughts and being taken advantage of. Does he really love. We like doubted soul much. So you know looking back. I don't know if it was really because it was just my insecurities in the lack of love for myself or was it my intuition trying to tell me something you know so it's just something that's been really hard for me to work through to therapy but it's like even then you know i just feel like there's just this thing that i just can't push away from you know i work privately with so many people that have said that they've worked their counselor their therapist for a long time. They're still not accessing. And i think it's because there's not enough work done on seoul traits and romantic value and like really taking time to kind of just do like logical strategy steps to figure out the stuff out because a lot of times were just reminiscing about the past and digging it up and it's like talking about our feelings but there's no action so i don't know if we can get it done in this call but there's so much i wanna help you with because i can feel you and you are so smart and you're a high school counselor. Which means you know so many people rely on you and look to you and you've got your kids that are looking to you and i can see why you'd be in a marriage and his career and taking off and you've got all these responsibilities not only in your job but at home and then you've got a guy who's career is taking off yet and then you've got the family. The friends i get why at some point. You would be like wait a minute. I'm hearing these people and then it's like now. I don't trust my own voice so is it fear and reality or is it intuition like which is which and so there's exercises you can do to figure out if it's your intuition talking or if it's your fear but then there's work that's done ahead of time to figure out. How do you wanna be valued in a relationship. And what do you want to be valued and loved four but those are like fun little exercises. I feel like you're so close. Because you intellectually get what's going on and the fact that you want to take a break from dating is actually really smart because not only. Do you not want to do this to another person. But you don't want to do it to yourself because if you haven't figured this out yet you are going to track the wrong person and the cycle begins again. So it's okay to take a little bit of a break and start thinking about who you want to attract into your life. No one's going to ever make you feel secure and safe. You have to feel secure and safe you know what's the difference between your fear and your intuition and then what happens is you trust yourself the next time you meet someone. It's not about what he says. Or how many times a day. He calls you or anything like that. it's really about. Do i feel safe. Insecure with this person. And why like really dislike slowly methodically figuring this stuff out like the rage that you have had is so clear to me because if you're this little girl that was born sensitive and you look to mom and dad to honor the sensitivity and they are not demonstrative with their hugs and kisses and love and words of affirmation for your sensitivity. You're to be very confused in life because that wasn't highlighted or celebrated so. Let's just figure that out so that you can gain some confidence and security within yourself and then let's get you out there eventually dating again. Yeah i think trying to figure out where the relationship fell apart and why can be somewhat productive but my personal philosophy is there are some clues that just in our relationships in our past that will never be able to figure out. I think you're right. Because how can we not look to the past. Because it's the predictor of our future right so for better or worse it does influence us and every time we talk to someone vanessa. It's always goes back to the very very beginnings and not that we should la- mentor. Regret our childhoods or anything like that. But it's so part of it. And i think instead of saying i wish i would've had different. I'm more of a believer in. It is what it is and we all have cross to bear in some areas of our lives and something to work through. And that's the human experience which is cool right. This is just your thing you excel it so many things but this is the one thing that is holding you back from succeeding in all areas of your life and what is so nice about you. As you're so honest you know you even said the word abuse so that tells me that you feel like your behavior has been abusive but it's the four year old little girl when you were a little girl at that age. If we were to ask you what were you complimented for. And what were you reprimanded for by your parents. What would you say what since. I was reprimanded more than complimented. At least. that's what i remember. I used to get punished a law and it was because i was very active and i think both my parents can enhance move out ryan and had like this vivid story when i was maybe six or seven and it was summer and all the kids in our neighborhood. Replaying but i was punished for something. So in order for me to bring all the kids near me i started giving up twinkies and all the kids started hanging out outside my door and i was talking to them through my window right and i remember getting gained so bad because i was giving out. Are you know. And it's just that story just always sticks with me because it kind of puts me in perspective right like the type of person. They where i'm like. Okay let me see if i can go out there lindsey out. They could come here right but it always looked like a path thing. It's interesting that you sight a story where you were feeling kind of euphoric in craft on as a kid to an immediate. You know witnessing your parents anger that is an interesting story. Because you have the two very strong emotional feelings right up against each other right anna and cheese your fork. She is entrepreneurial. She's crafty in this moment. She is a gather of people. She's inciteful and you think about this. All of that stuff is going on. She's lonesome because she's in her house and she's grounded. She wants to connect. so she's like. I know i will give treats. I will feed to gather people closer to me. So all of those traits. Make you who you are as a person somebody who's in your career all that stuff right and then you get punished and you get spanked. So it's like your natural rhythm of who you are got interrupted through spank vanessa. Has.
"anna" Discussed on 20/20
"Death of anna nicole. Smith's suspicious how can you die in a hospital with nobody noticing. How can that happened when a few hours earlier you were fine. And the cause of death and daniel smith still remains unclear. Final official results. Come back and it showed. The daniel died of a lethal combination of lexa pro zoloft and methadone. Daniel actually had a prescription for lexa pro and he was taking so long to because he was anxious about his plight but nobody knows where he got the methadone. Anna's been on methadone three years so did he take it secretly to this day. No one knows how he got that methadone so in the wake of this nightmare there still remains an open question as to who the biological father of nicole. Smith's daughter howard stern's name on the birth certificate so anna nicole and howard side you go to larry king because if you're announcing the bother of your baby is where else you gonna go and i have been relationship than we love each other and it's been going on for very long time so you.
"anna" Discussed on 20/20
"Evolved into the real thing with anna so around the same time that she meets. J howard marshall she meets somebody else. One day she walks into a gay club and all eyes are on anna but her eyes are on this woman named sandy who works in a store that sells garden supplies. Anna shows up at her house in a big white limousine with flowers and gifts and their relationship got very very serious and said she loved sandy. They had wedding rings. They were going to carry on a continual relationship. She even mentioned that you know that would that was going to be her life. They live together for a while and it seemed like they had a very loving relationship and she had a boyfriend girlfriend. It was non out normal for anna to have several boyfriends or girlfriends at the same time she didn't hide it and it didn't bother her she seems to be woman of considerable. Appetites likes a lot of input. She eats and drinks freely. She seems to take on a fair amount of lovers. Thanks to her time with jay. Hard marshall the second new appetite for extremely expensive jewelry gives vicky jewelry a house. A red mercedes convertible and breast augmentation surgery and he buys her a rich and arabian horses to go with. The rich vicky loves animals and she especially loves her horses so he takes vicky till his favorite restaurant red lobster and there he proposes again. I mean he's a billionaire and his favorite restaurant is red lobster and he actually asked her to marry him at the table. Anna said no. I know i'm not going to get married until i'm able to support myself and make it on my own. I'm going to make it on my own. So at the time even while she's engaged this kind of elaborate courtship with j. Howard marshall the second she has a boyfriend picks a few pictures of her and sends them so photographer. Manager scout for playboy in the texas area. Came in was quite taken. She'll amazon between very tall five foot. Eleven or five inch heels spandex dressed this awful blue eye-shadow but underneath all of it you saw the face walked a little trumpy to walk like a duck but anna nicole. Smith was the sweetest girl you with. Everyone in the you would want is assistant since the film off to berry next day playboy called and they said this girl's going to play around nineteen ninety-two my uncle company humanitarian nikki may playboy and i said what he says she may play boringness it he she did not coming out. I was proud of her. But i was like. She's here now and she's never been. I'm a little person now. I i think when i was feeling. She appears on the cover of playboy in march of one thousand nine hundred ninety two. It is a life changing event. Because paul marciano who runs guess jeans sees refunds marciano calls playboy and a meeting. The setup came to see me. And i didn't think he likes me at first so they put Ma- made my hair and they made up for the dress. Me and stuff and i remember walking on the trailer forget. He walked up in the trailer. His mouth is dropped. Tell you i think he likes to know marciano. Thanks vicky needs a new name so together they come up with anna nicole nicole. Smith's i sort of burst on the seed. She did look like any model. Anyone had seen for a long time. She was curvy. She was voluptuous at a time. When models very very thin so much of the beauty that came before that was was really about this emphasis on the narrowness of the body that you just couldn't even achieve like i'm like am i even a person so when you saw her was like rear really doing something different. You know you sort of think about blondes as being this kind of metaphor for female power and female empowerment and control that we actually have over men. It seems so exciting those pictures alone. I think mesmerized the world that first day shooting forgets makes anna nicole smith a worldwide stone. And she's about to get everything she could have possibly of dreamed of and a lot of things that she never dreamed of. That are kind of nightmare. Guests campaign is major. It shows up everywhere it plays anna's glamour and makes her hugely famous meanwhile playboy continuing to eventually her playmate. I worked with her over a year's period of time and you could see the difference because came in. She was just throw from a fried chicken place now. She was big star. She wasn't going to trust anybody who's going to perform for you. Probably back in the strip club. She really had the ability to make you believe that you were very special..
"anna" Discussed on The Next Big Idea
"In terms of your heart out. It's your heart out is at what time and let's see twelve thirty mountain times you think. Is that if it went a little bit longer with you have the time or now. You really have a heart outdone. Well i have to run to the atm for the babysitter before the babysitter leaves. But it's not hard alarms go off at at half past close to that wonderful well anna sale. Welcome to the next big idea podcast. Oh thank you for having me. I'm glad to join..
"anna" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"John ulan so glad you decided to join me today and it is my privilege to introduce to you. Anna anna how are you john. It's good to see you today. Great to see you now folks if you don't know who anna is or if you weren't paying attention to the intro. She mentioned that she is a coach. She has anna oh coaching. That's right so anna is a coach. But anna's much more than just a coach she is however ape performance and life coach She's the co founder of brain savvy. Now she has a couple other titles than i'm guessing she holds pretty near and dear to her heart and those happen to be wife mom absolutely they come i of course and i was fourteen it to be able to a started eye. Catchy prayer little later than probably most people. Because of that and one of the reasons that i wanted to focus on raising my kids and keeping the home running smoothly and stuff like that and But always had a niche. Have bigot always get out there and help people. So i was kind of catching before ever really coach. You know that's one thing. And i found that a lot of the best coaches started doing it long before they actually getting paid for it right right. I think it's in your blood. I think i was commissioned at like age twelve. Listen we've talked a little bit about your background but take us back if you will again share as much as you feel comfortable doing but just kind of tell us kind of how you got your start and what led you to where you are now. That's a great question. john i am. I would have to start with matt growing up. I am the youngest of six children. And they were born within ten years so we were pretty tight together and had to good people as parents however they were. They had their own stuff. They came from backgrounds. That were tough and odd struggled in a lot of different ways and pretty much past these down to all of us and as i.
"anna" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Anna King. I've been up and down and over and out. And I know one thing Each time I find myself flat on my face. I picked myself up. And get back in the raid. That's life. I tell you, I can't deny it. I thought of quitting, baby, but my heart just ain't gonna buy it. And if I didn't think it was worth one single try, I jumped right on a big bird. And then I'd flies. I've been a puppet, A pauper, a pirate, a poet. Upon Anna King High went up and down and over and out, and I know one thing each time I might find myself laying flat on my face. I just pick myself up. And get in the race. That's life. That's life and I can and I am. Many times cutting out but my heart won't buy it. But if there's nothing shaken, come miss here July.
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"News quiz. Get writing for a nutcracker. You're going to the bill. I'm bill curtis and here is your host. The number fourteen pick of the nineteen ninety-eight. Npr draft peterson. They you bill. Thanks everybody out there. We've got a great show for you later on. We're gonna be talking to actor anna cockle. She created and stars in the hit. Comedy penn fifteen in which. She plays herself as a seventh grader. We have lots of questions including what bets. you lost. That forced her to go do that. We know you are happy as an adult because you have the independence to call us up and play our games. The number is triple eight. Wait wait that's one. Eight hundred eight nine two four eight nine two four. Let's welcome our first listener contestant higher on wait wait. Don't tell me i. Karen depend on silver spring maryland. Pay care silver spring maryland. Beautiful suburb of washington. Dc i note. Well what do you do there. I'm a student and i'm also a birthday. I make coffee for a living. When i'm not in the classroom though i see. Are you one of those. Very serious baristas. The kind who like takes twenty minutes to slowly hand pour hot water over the coffee grounds or you dislike me and you just whatever i'm going casual about it. I get annoyed when people the difference between a law. But that's it really. Do you refuse to serve it to them now. I still do it slightly. Resent them i understand. Come on people well karen to our show. Let me introduce you to our panel. this week. I up it's a contributor to. Cbs sunday morning and the host of the new parenting podcast stroller coaster. It's faith sailing. I still don't know what a flat white is. So be nice to me next. It's the host of the daily podcast. Tbt al end. The public radio variety. Show livewires mr luke burbank. Hey there karen correspondent on the daily show and the voice of honeybee on the great north. It's dull say. Sloan things i could say. There's nothing that i could say. That would be okay for what i thought. A flat white was that off the table. I think you should karen welcome to the show. You're to play. Who's bill this time. Bill curtis of course is going to the three quotations in the weeks news. If you can correctly identify or explain two of them. You'll win our prize. Any voice from our show. You might choose on your voicemail ready to play all right karen here we go. Your first quote is from somebody who had just spent four hours in a room with president biden. There's no happiness in life. There's only a specter of happiness on the horizon. So we'll cherish. That who maybe didn't have the best time in geneva. I was at russian president. Vladimir putin yes. The answer is president biden. Bladder putin met in geneva on wednesday for another important summit were the us and russia ask each other to stop doing something and then they both laugh and keep doing that thing as always these summits aren't about issues but stagecraft and displays biden scheduled his arrival after putin so putin couldn't keep him waiting then very deliberately put out his hand and made putin step forward to shake it right in response putin then urinated on air force one and both of them inflated their throat pouches to appear larger. You know putin showed up at one. Oh four right for one o'clock meeting which must have made donald trump furious because one time he kept him waiting forty five minutes and one time he kept uncle. A markle waiting for hours will apparently and this is true. Putin is known for this. Yeah this his passover they actually said the protocol people said okay. mr president putin will have to be there at one and mr biden will arrive at one thirty just to keep him from doing that. They're onto his tricks. What i'm saying can't putin just reschedule. Hey sorry just got out of the shower running late saris washington coup in my country going to be there three. He's like texting parking right now. He's in the shower. Still putin's body language. I researched this this story the way i research most news articles. I just did a google image search and just look at all the photos of what was going on and putin's body language when they're sitting in the chairs and that like library was very telling he looked like a kid who was waiting to talk to the principal but thought it was total bs that he had to be there. Like he's loud biden is like sitting up pretty you know sort of upright and like look pretty plugged into what's going on and putin just looks like the sucks. He he really is the judd nelson in the breakfast club. Tyrez johnny all right here. Karen is your next quote. We are closed. Because i hate this job. That was a note left at mcdonald's drive through one of the many businesses facing a surge in their employees doing what quitting exactly quitting the pandemic end businesses are opening up but apparently nobody wants to go back to work. This phenomenon is being called the big quit. Employers are absolutely desperate to get people to come back. they're offering hiring bonuses higher wages and forgiveness for exposing yourself on zoom call with the rest of the staff of the new yorker. People now are like you made me work from home now. I just don't wanna work at all. Exactly i mean a lot of things. Many of us have discovered that is really nice to be home with their families. Doing what we want. Some of us have started their own businesses or new projects and also. None of us know where our shoes are. Man listen during the pandemic quit wearing drills for what. I'm the only person here are paying. Exactly why would why would anybody given that pleasure and freedom. everyone after. Put it jars back on. You see what i mean. But also they're calling the big but that's only like a certain level of like you have to be at a certain income level to do that thing how you want to work for this because a lot of people did quit. Were like because a lot of people like you. All these articles were are really hated. Measure up to a new job in life is short. But i mean isn't this also kind of generational like lake definitely definitely. I feel like people who are younger than i am are like. This doesn't feel good. i don't like it. I don't want to spend my life doing this. So i won't. I don't know what happened when they were programming them. But i think there's a glitch in the system because when they program me. I was like all right and going to work. I'm happy i'm fine. Yeah it is a generational thing. The other layer is is the parents who've had kids at home because dads the job. I want to quit. And you like you can't and there have been all these articles recently like how to quit gracefully and i read them longingly. And it's like you know. And i just think like if i could sit down with my family and just negotiate new terms. I knew different payment structure. Just imagine when you're.