40 Burst results for "Anna"

Fresh update on "anna" discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:29 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "anna" discussed on Opening Arguments

"In the newspaper to refill. Oh yeah, all of those jobs. Finding workers in their 20s and 30s. Then they reached a settlement, the person who ran that trial was soon no. And the person to whom she reported was Anna park. And so it's just, it is. I just don't understand what happened. Now, there's one other piece of information that I need to share with you because it is about to go public. And it undercuts the argument that I've just made. And it is this. Roomy Wong, while she was working. So there is no dispute just so we're clear. Wong and no, played some role in the difa investigation. Again, that's fine if they played no role in the investigation for the EEOC or no substantive role. And it's also fine if there was an agreement for them to do so. So I don't mean to suggest there was anything appropriate for the case for default. Right. It's double fine. This is not a good sign. I don't know if this triggers the ethics laws. I'm going to tell you them in a second. Huang sent an email to an unknown number of Activision employees that says, hi, we also wanted to follow up an alert you that you may be contacted by private attorneys, seeking to become your attorney for this case. It is unnecessary and may be misleading or confusing. A private attorney would have to file suit in your name or get the court's permission for you to intervene as a named plaintiff in this matter. Please let us know if any attorney attempts to solicit your business for this case. Don't do that. Why not? Because California rule four three prohibits you as a lawyer who are adverse to unrepresented persons from and you have interests that are adverse to them. From giving legal advice other than the one thing that the rule permits is, you may advise the person to secure counsel. So in other words, if I sued Thomas Smith company enterprises. And one of your employees sends me an email and is like, yeah, I'm glad you're suing Thomas Smith like that guy is the biggest jerk I've ever had as a boss. Blah, blah, blah, blah. I can't communicate with him. And offer him legal advice. What I could say to him, and the only thing I would ethically say to him is thank you for contacting me. As you know, I am adverse to your employer. I recommend that you procure your own counsel in connection with this man. For Rita say, hey, yeah, that's right, absolutely. We'll take care of you. Don't, you know, and by the way, let me know if anybody tries to become your lawyer. Again, I am not convinced that it violates the technical terms of rule four three because you could argue don't get a lawyer is not legal advice, right? This is where people argue about our disclaimer on the show all the time. But I certainly would do it. And so that's sort of where we come now, which is I'm out of hypotheses on anything other than personality conflicts. I mean, there's some stuff that shouldn't have happened on both sides, revealing privileged information, failure to get failure to disclose, failure to disclose that you didn't disclose, but at the end of the day, it certainly looks like the EOC and difa had an agreement to share information. We're working hand in glove. And then something happened and it fell apart. And it feels like these lawyers are being picked at as pretext to sort of blow everything up. I can't give you any better than it feels like, right? I mean, I've shared everything I've been able to find, but certainly this is incredibly strange behavior. So I am talking to The Washington Post. I'm talking to reporters as lots of people are trying to figure out what's going on here. I can't tell you figured it out yet. But I promise you Thomas when when I do, I'll share it here first. Yeah, this is just bizarre. I mean, the only thing I'm trying to think of what anyone's incentive is here and I don't know that I have the complete understanding to do so. But for some reason, the EOC seems to want to help blizzard out because I don't understand why you would go through any of this. You know, I get the professional rivalry, whatever personality, something, but the end result of this is giving them a settlement that is much lower than at least thinks it should be. And sticking to your guns and trying to make legal arguments to undermine defa's attempt to intervene, right? Is the do I have all that right? I think you have it exactly right, Thomas. It doesn't make any sense. And right? That's why that's why I thought it was very, very important to eliminate the fix was in from, you know, Trump hacks. Yeah. None of these people are Trump hacks. They're all. You know, and I praised Anna park, but I want to praise the other two as well suno and rumi Wong. These are dedicated career public servants working in the field of anti discrimination. Remove Wong has never had another job other than that. She came out she spent two years as a clerk for in federal court, then went to the EEOC then went to diva. This is a lifelong passion. So, I don't know. I wish I had more than that, but at least, you know, I'm bringing all of you along with me on trying to figure this out. Wow. Well, Andrew, that was so much stuff packed into one episode. I don't think we have time for T three BE for Thomas takes the bar exam. I think I'll have to take a week off, you know, to reflect a study. Asterisk, there will be no study. This is a bar exam, too, so. Yeah. But really fascinating. I am curious to find out if we'll ever learn why. Why? The why question of why all this with Activision Blizzard. But it's the story that keeps on giving, who knows what we'll find out next. So we'll keep an eye on it. And thank you. And just time to thank our new patrons on Patreon dot com slash law. Hope you're enjoying all the goodies..

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Fresh update on "anna" discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:38 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "anna" discussed on Filmspotting

"It is time for massacre theater, the part of the show where we perform a scene and you get a chance at winning a film spotting T-shirt. A couple of weeks ago, Adam and I massacred this scene. Oh my God, why are you so mad at me? Because this is not an opera. What? I said this is not an opera. You think I think this is an opera? Yes. He's in case this is dramatic. I think you're very young. What does that have to do with anything? If anything, I think it means I care more than someone who's older, because that's kind of thing. It's never happened to me before. No. It means you care more. Easily. There's a big difference. So that was Genie Berlin and Anna Paquin in 20 11s Margaret written and directed by Kenneth lonergan, along with that massacre, we had our dream champion overview review of the piano that was pack one's debut and a preview of the Chicago International Film Festival. So why that scene from the little scene Margaret, which never got a proper release and doesn't even exist in a version of proved by lonergan and yet remains one of the best films of the 21st century, perhaps Sam van hoggard our producer definitely a fan. I'm a fan as well. And so is Cory Kraft in Birmingham, Alabama, who says, recognized it immediately, this comes from lonergan's masterpiece Margaret. Obviously, it's star, Anna Paquin, won an Oscar for her role in the piano. She should have been in contention for a second based on her performance here, where the film not abandoned after a contentious edit by its distributor, again, that's Cory craft he's in Birmingham role type. Here's David L Williams from Belfast, Pennsylvania, my impression of the correct responses. The criminally underrated ridiculously underseen totally greatest movie ever, Margaret. Yeah, pretty close. I saw it. I think it's very good in some places, over long, repetitive and overdone in others. Still a little surprised at the superlatives, but I will not everybody loves everything with the burning fire of a million suns. David just coming in to tear down his fellow playwright, Kenneth lonergan. And really tearing down all of our listeners who adore this movie. I was going to say all of the listeners who entered massacre theater and adore this movie, but that's not very many. We ended up with 13. Wow. I mean, that really has to be a record low. It's up there. If not, number one, it's in the top three that is for sure. That means the odds were in your favor. If you were one of those 13, Josh, who is this week's lucky winner? Those odds favored Keith hook up the dowel Moser from Allentown, Pennsylvania. I think this is two weeks in a row, the Keith is one something on film spotting last week it was the fast 9 Blu-ray set. Wow. And now he gets a film spotting T-shirt. He should buy a lottery ticket. Apparently, congrats Kate. Congratulations. Indeed, email feedback at film spotting .NET, and.

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Fresh update on "anna" discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:12 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "anna" discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Who am i to judge others who don't believe You know all. I can do is talk to them and they listen. You know people in the military are really different. They're they're so good. Like you believe in god and you start reading talking to them about the bible. I'm against listened to you and then when you're done that sounds good on if they don't believe like yeah you know. I really don't believe in that but we just respected each other and now i. I don't know what happened with the noncombatant to soldiers who died from one on combat. There's not a reason like they did committed suicide. You know for probably being so sad are pro. Because you know when you're at war you're dealing providence at whole when you're dealing you're facing wire fighting the war this time on so I don't know how they hope. People survived the war. Not believing in god not believing that he's a great protector. Think like i said guidance. Forgiving and I didn't judge others. Because i it others like they treat me. We just walk hand in hand believers and unbelievers and some of them. I found some of them Attending our easter celebration in the you know sometimes they come to church on. Guess listen it. Must be very difficult deleting i definitely can see that it would be very difficult. The the question really that i have is in order to fight. And if you're a person who believes in faith you have to believe in the cause right and that and that you're fighting for the side of good and in some way you have to see the only way you can justify Killing people is if you believe they are evil right in some way. Am i wrong in that. You're right but hey. I didn't think that way i look at the good side that we're fighting the war because the evil is lurking in a corner trying to kill americans and they how failed our people. Not just one just to i. I was the casualty officer anna. It's not easy to tell the family that their son You know a step. On landmines in you could explain that in a long getting hours but it right but i i would like to believe the side that we are fighting for. Good the are we are protecting the innocent in the just look at that terrorist attacks in nine eleven. You know anna how could you forget again. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt. But i would think it's imperative to have actually have that belief that you will fighting on the side of good but the the question i come a come to is a. Don't the other people on the other side will also believe that. And that's a difficult you know in every struggling in human The history of humanity both sides believe they fighting for the side of good almost always. and so. that's that's a difficult thing for somebody like me who you know think that we need to be really careful when we go to war and just kind of just declare war on each other because we don't listen to each other in. This is where it where we come into these conflicts. And i know. I'm oversimplifying it. But it's that idea of good and evil in how how we get to the place of conviction where we believe. We're on the side of good because again if you if you come back to this idea of god and then you have some kind of faith and you believe we're all god's children been you have to if if you're going to down that path and i know this very awkward way of expressing this. You have to believe that. This god who created all all humanity said this group is going to be good in. This group is going to be bad. And how you reconcile that in your mind when you fighting why i guess you don't think about it but i can't think about it even give you an example when we were in kuwait over first casualties. You know mike manning. Officers best friend died of it in another major died of it. Are we have if you heard about certain ottmar. He was in leavenworth that he was captured. But he didn't believe in war Now what happened and almost got killed it if he didn't get out of there on time about my commanding officer called me and saved my life. But anyway he didn't believe in what he's just like ideas against war and One night he threw a grenade on the tat's on the first brigade infantry spent and i'll from that unit he winded everyone and then it killed the best friend of my commanding officer accounting on then one worse rush to landstuhl germany. But he didn't make it hurt. He heals guy on the just because of the ideology know. This is an american right. Yes e yeah. He's an american while Mention he's on religion. Dicky's i get it. And i i don't think anybody Has to stretch their imagination to four hundred on the stairway And had never of those unaware. I'm glad that they just let alone. Yeah so in writing this book has got to be a hard thing to do Or not am. I assuming wrong. Because i would think What you're doing is reliving a lot of a lot of trauma a lot of stress. A lot of bad times. Reliving it in order to write it down. Am i correct in that. Was this a difficult process to write this book yet. Correct i love when i was writing. This was a very difficult process. Like you said. But it's the only way i could capture all memories the in here for example my friend who was killed in numbers and I had to capture. The memories now.

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Fresh update on "anna" discussed on Women Amplified

Women Amplified

08:03 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "anna" discussed on Women Amplified

"Talk about burnout and unlocking the stress response cycle. One of the people make when they hear the phrase stress response cycle is into beta reeks free of the cycle or escape the cycle and the first thing that i need you to know. Is that the stress. Response cycle is a biological process in your body that you are not required to escape any more than you're required to escape your digestion. Human beings bodies are made up of a series of biological cycles. They have a beginning. A middle at an end like digestion. Riots gotta beginning middle have an end gio get all the way to the end. Some nozzle good things can happen. Our sleep is the same way. There's the beginning of middle and an egg or not intended to stay asleep. All the time were intended to oscillate into sleep and back into action. We're intended to oscillate into deep emotional and social connection and back into autonomy so wellness is not a state of mind is not a state of being. Wellness is a state of action. It is having the freedom to oscillate through the cycles of living in mammalian body so recognized that the stress response cycle is not about the world out. There it's about the whole world that lives in here. That's the first thing to know. So we're gonna talk about how burnout happens. Burn happens when you get stuck in the middle of the stress response cycle so we need to figure out exactly what the stress response cycle is number one. It is the evolutionary adaptive response to any kind of threat. Try your brain so this is anything that you see here. Smell touch taste or crucially. Think believe or imagine that your brain coats as something that could potentially harm you when your brain recognizes any of those things. It activates bus stress response cycle in the beginning it is russia adrenaline and cortisol On by we know the physiology visit increases our heart rate increase the respiration rate in moose. Blood away from the surface of your skin. Because if you're about to get cut you don't wanna bleed less slows down your digestion it slows down your immune system it slows down your reproductive functioning every organ system in your body is impacted when you witness some sort of stress or the thing that activates the stress response. Every system in your body is activated in the environment. where this evolved. Those stress orest usually had claws and could run three miles an hour and the thing that completes the stress response. That's been activated. Was the same behavior that dealt with stress or itself in this case. If we imagine that were being chased by a lion. What do you do when you see. That's chasing you right so that you run away from the light and you manage to escape and you run all. We're back to your village and you tell the story about how you outran this lion other people high five you and hug you in. You're glad to be allowing. Even you feel so grateful for your friends and family anna sons. Emc shine brighter. That is the complete response cycle with the beginning of noticing. Activated distress response cycle the middle of some action. That tells your body you are moving away from the danger and the completion. The end where you do escape and survive. It's easy to believe that the cause of the end of the stress response cycle is the removal of the stressor in our modern days. Where almost never jason owens instead are stressors. Are things like our family money. The political world. I don't know a global pandemic earth frying itself to death. Slow things like that if we take a very small example of the kind of distress or that we experience on a day-to-day basis. Take our commute. 'cause we used to commute and we will again one day commute so you are taking public transportation or you're in your car and people are being particularly a pain in the ass today and so you're sitting in your public transportation on your shoulders are trying to become your earrings and you're getting more and more angry and frustrated people invite woj. Why is this happening. Your chemistry is very very similar to the chemistry. Happens inside you when you are being chased by a lion. But what are you doing with your body while you're sitting in traffic sitting totally still and you make it home you get to your home and when you get your home after your difficult pain in the cartoon commute when you finally like get whole when you walk in the front door do you feel like you love your friends and family and you're grateful to be alive usually not right. You're still stressed out. And you take it out on. Whatever man will you meet. I at the door. Difference here is that you have dealt with the stress or the thing that active at your stress the potential threat but you did not deal with stress itself. The of dealing with your stress ores in modern life is no longer the same as the process of dealing with stress in your body and we have to do. Both burnout happens. When we get stuck in the middle of the stress response cycle while our stressors pile on and try to manage and deal with all of them are stress dailies stunk and we never complete it. Because we're waiting for our stressors to be gone before we complete our stress response cycle so this is bad news in a sense because stressors these days tend to be known what are known as chronic stressors. They last for a long time. Parenthood lasts decades. Wants your parents. You're never not apparent no matter what stage or how long your child lives parenthood. His permanent you're just to stay permanently in a state of strikes jobs. You wanna work for decades right if your job is stressful. Do you wanna stay a permit state of stress until you retire. The goal is to learn how to manage the stress response. Cycle complete stress response cycle. So that you can return to a state of calmness and be well enough to deal with the stress or that a still going to be there for you tomorrow. The nature of our stretchers requires that we separate the process of dealing with those long term stress orders from the process of dealing with the stress itself. So in a way is really good news because it means even though our stressors chronic are stress. Doesn't have to be so. Hopefully you're asking yourself ok. Well anyway so if i can complete the starts respond cycle without eliminating the thing that caused the stress water some strategies for completing this response cycle. I'm gonna tell you at least seven. I don't want wanna spend one more minutes explaining. How important is that actually do that. What is wrong with staying stuck in the middle of stress response cycle. Well let's look at just the cardiovascular system we know that when that adrenaline cortisol hits your body it increases your respiration rate and your heart rate and your blood pressure right. Your blood vessels are designed to handle or extent he flowing stream of blood and wang. Your blood pressure increases to deal with the increased heart rate.

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Fresh update on "anna" discussed on Invisibilia

Invisibilia

07:59 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "anna" discussed on Invisibilia

"Moment bitch that we locked eyes underneath bangs? Yeah, I was like, she's got bangs. That was the first connection point. We're like, oh, a black girl with bangs, black girl with bangs, who's nice and smiling at me. Anna and lotus run set a massive production with lots of people shooting a variety of scenes in different areas of the studio. I was like, all by myself, I felt like I was the only black kid in class. Yeah. There was all these girls and all day, none of them really said anything nice to me. But I don't know where lotus came from. She just comes around the corner smiling, stares at me and we both had the same little cheeky little grin. Talking to Anna in lotus, I could tell they have very few hangups around sexuality or bodies. It's part of their job to be naked and have sex. So that usual border between sex and friendship, it just doesn't exist for them. We've been around each other like blood naked and fucking and doing so much stuff. Just stuff where we're so deep in each other's crevices. Oh yeah. Oh, God. You just got those friends that come over and just get naked. That's lotus. Okay, so this is a direct question. Do you like having sex with each other? And if yes, what do you enjoy about it? I like really enjoy having group sex with my best friend. Yay, me too. Yeah, because then I feel like I can see her having fun. I can make fun of her having fun. And then like, I can jump in and assist if necessary. I was gonna say the same thing. I remember there was this one scene that I had directed with her and me and Isaiah Maxwell. And it was so pretty looking, but the whole time her and I were cracking up laughing and not very serious. It's really fun being like having free fun sex with your friend there. I'm glad that we can feel comfortable about that. To joke around about that with each other because honestly, it just makes us just comfortable in general with our sexuality, I think. Sexuality, but it feels like the rest of us. Like, our sexuality is part of our human nature, so it just feels like we're finishing being humans in front of each other. For lotus and Anna, that seems to be a big part of what non industry folk, AKA civilians, myths about sex. Sex doesn't have to be just about pleasure appropriation. It can be a way to get to know somebody. I like to call sex just a physical conversation. Yeah, I'm curious and how do you define sex? Definitely communication. I think body language is like the loudest language ever. They think that if we spoke this language with friends, we could create different kinds of trajectories for our friendships. Because I think if sex was a known thing amongst friends, you know, like casually without deception without like an expectation to be like, okay, we're just going to do this, but we know we're not going to make it into a relationship. All right, cool, let's do this. You know, like it wouldn't have to be like, oh, I'm tricking you into thinking I like you and I want a relationship, but really I just want sex. Lotus and NSA sex doesn't have to default to a step on the relationship escalator. Sometimes it can just be releasing a pressure valve and finding more friendship in the steam. I think that it may just regulate any kind of like emotions or feelings or attractions that you may already have for each other because, you know, we're both bisexual and if we were like repressed by sexual people that didn't have an outlet or we were hiding it or holding it in or if we're not letting it out and like we've gotten it out, it's cool. We both know we're beautiful. We both know we're mom and sex. But there's not like when you lingering longing feelings, you know? Yeah. I think it kind of helps you become friends faster. I know for sure that there's some people that I have had sex with that when I met them, they were like, you know, intimidating or whatever, but once we're on that sexual environment together, everybody is inhibitions are down and we're helping and stuff. So it kind of creates like a little conradie together, which I really think is fun. Of course, the sex that lotus and Anna are having is often on sets where everyone is medically tested and there are so many checkpoints for consent. It's not like that on all porn sets. And civilian sex definitely doesn't have that same infrastructure. But keeping those differences in mind, lotus and Anna did have a few tips about crossing the line from feeling the sexual tension with a friend to explore it. I would totally say to make this space appropriate for that. For my 30th birthday, my present was to get all my Friends together and fuck. And that was pretty cool. That was better than getting gift cards. To prevent hurt feelings, they say, don't just assume people want the same things you do. If you're gonna have like this secret thought in the back of your mind that you're gonna fall in love together and you're gonna get married and go off, you need to let that friend know that's part of the thoughts that's in your brain. I have kind of a lot of casual sex relationships with some of my friends and the ones that work understand that we are having sex because we are Friends and that was fun. It's not always thing the circumstances for which we had sex was that moment and we had sex and that was great. The Friends sexual relationships that don't work are my Friends that think because we had sex, we are now dating. You are going to come meet my mom, those are the ones I always kind of like, I have to cut ties with them because those are not my intentions. The biggest thing is getting on the same page about what you want from the interaction. Beyond that, they think it's actually pretty simple. I think if you want to fuck your friend just have a good time, life's too short to be afraid of sex. You know, make sure you're safe. Make sure you're consenting and why not. So have sex with your Friends. Or don't, you know, it's a personal preference. Either way, lotus and Anna and curtain K show that if you open up to intimacy with your Friends, it doesn't have to equal disaster or marriage. You know what's funny is we've been friends for so long and realized that the requirements that people kind of set on you for a partner, we kind of found in each other, honestly, you're like, all these amazing people all in one, and then sometimes when you fuck me, I swear you gotta dick. So that's pretty cool. I got that stroke. You got that stroke. We're the only people that have been a 100% honest with each other about sex and all these things and life. And we haven't quite found anybody else I can do it. Yeah, this is my life's for lack of better phrase. My life's greatest love. Like, bro it is the realest friendship and relationship I've had. There was a time that I was getting in a fight with my one of my family members that was living with me. And the first person that was here was lotus. Yes, I remember I'm sorry, you got me crying 'cause I remember that day. I didn't even call her to ask her to come over. But before 30 seconds was up on the phone, she was in the car. You've been there with me through all of my kids, dad, drummer, like, avenues, what I've done through. And Anna will not let me wallow in misery and be sad and feel sorry for myself. She will uplift me, she'll distract me, she'll, like, so wonderful to have a friend like this because I didn't think I would make a real honest.

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What a Nanoscientist Does With Dr. James Tour

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:06 min | Last week

What a Nanoscientist Does With Dr. James Tour

"Dr are welcome. Thank your. I'm gonna call you jim just because you said i could but i want to say that it really was you who made me see clearly the stunning idea. That for seventy years since experiment in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. We've made no progress in determining how it is that stuff that is not life zero life suddenly turns into life. And it's i find it kind of funny for people who don't know what an ano scientist is and what you do can tell my audience. What what it is that an anna scientist purports to do well. I'm inorganic chemist by training. But i work in the area of nanotechnology where we're studying very small entities from materials to electron medicine and packaging things in small packages. And trying to have them deliver into parts of the body or or being used to strengthen materials or making a denser memories for

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"anna" Discussed on Heart to Heart with Anna

Heart to Heart with Anna

05:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"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..

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Florida sues Biden administration over immigration policy

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Florida sues Biden administration over immigration policy

"Florida is suing the bein administration over border policies Florida governor Ron de Santis has been criticizing president binds administration claiming his immigration policies are illegal and has filed a lawsuit claiming the federal policy will cost the state millions of dollars and cause harm to Floridians allowing illegal aliens apprehended at the border simply just be released into American communities he signed an executive order barring state agencies from assisting with the relocation of undocumented immigrants in ordering them to gather information on their identities the order also authorize state law enforcement agencies to detain vehicles reasonably believed to be transporting undocumented immigrants to Florida from the southwest border Florida state representative Anna asking money says to Santos is using the immigration issue to score political points I'm Jennifer king

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Maryland newspaper gunman gets more than 5 life prison terms

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Maryland newspaper gunman gets more than 5 life prison terms

"The man found guilty of the shot gun killings of five people at the capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis Maryland has been sentenced to life without parole the assault was one of the worst attacks on journalists in U. S. history in June of twenty eighteen Jarrod Ramos hunted down staffers of the capital Gazette's newspaper office a jury found Ramos criminally responsible for killing Wendi winters John McNamara Gerald Fishman rob Hyson and Rebecca Smith and today and Anna Rundle county judge sentenced him to more than five life sentences without the possibility of parole the judge was crystal clear that Jarrod Ramos should never be allowed to walk out of prison ever state's attorney and cold blooded spoke to reporters he regretted not being able to kill more of the victims capital Gazette photographer Paul Gillespie says the sentencing doesn't erase the pain that someone wants me everyday Montana winters Geimer is the daughter of windy winters the person that took her from us will never breathe freedom again I'm Jennifer king

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Harris 'View' interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Harris 'View' interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19

"The corona virus forced a delay in a nationally televised interview a vice president Kamilla Harris the vice president was about to be interviewed live in studio in New York on ABC's the view the two of you to step out for a second okay two of the host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro left the studio Sara Haines stayed behind and so did joy Behar sunny and Anna both apparently tested positive cold with no matter how hard we try of these things happen both were vaccinated the vice president was sent to a remote location the Sonny and Anna are strong women and I know they're fine it but it really also does speak to the fact that they're vaccinated and vaccines really make all the difference because otherwise it would be concerned about hospitalization for a White House official says the vice president did not have any contact with the two hosts who tested positive I met Donahue

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Two Hosts From 'the View' Test Positive, Escorted off Set

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Two Hosts From 'the View' Test Positive, Escorted off Set

"And two of the hosts I'm not sure was it sunny and Anna tested positive for Corona So I wish them well seriously that's not a joke about Again I'm not a leftist cult member like these idiots Who would wish death on me in a moment I'm sure if we got it But they tested positive and nobody knew what to do on the set So here's about 40 seconds of what happened right before they were gonna welcome Kamala Harris on the set Check out this total mess This is it This is the whole Biden presidency summed up in one 42nd clip Check this out Two of you to step off for a second Okay And we're gonna find it later Okay And we'll tell you why More information later it's a tease Well I'll tell you why in a couple of minutes So I introduced the vice president Yes Okay So vice president No Okay shall we dance Let's do what's happening Since this is going to be a major news story any minute now What happened is that sunny and Anna both apparently tested positive for COVID no matter how hard we try these things happen They probably have a breakthrough case and they'll be okay I'm sure because they're both vaccinated Up the wazoo you know a lot of vaccines So what a mess

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Boris Epshteyn on Today's Election Audit in Arizona

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Boris Epshteyn on Today's Election Audit in Arizona

"So let's talk about frankly. It's been delayed for months. The arizona owed it. A lot of people are losing faith. Eunice got off the phone with somebody so talented baras one. Can we cautiously expect. Well you know sources of source. So i've been as you know. I've been staying abreast of what's going on in arizona really keeping a close eye on it and make and here's the deal. The audit and audit report should be the audit and audit report. The numbers don't lie ride. The process doesn't lie. So what what. I wanna make sure. Is that when we get tomorrow is the exact representation of what was found. Isn't watered down in any way is from what i understand from what i'm hearing. We are going to see numbers which reflect ballots and issues which are magnitude higher than the difference between president trump. joe pike county alone this mockup county alone. who's doing the audit. And do we trust them. Cyber ninjas doing the audit doug doug logan do we trust them yes and they've shown to be good people to show be honorable people that never. I don't think they've done something like this before. Because nobody's ever really done a full forensic audit of nobody's but it's a tough slog has been and also you gotta remember maricopa county's done everything they can to not turn over that of the nation and because the doj's heavy-handedness an audit to be two parts to recount. What you count the ballots and figure out which ones are authentic. Not anna

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Even CNN's Jake Tapper Is Calling Out Anthony Fauci These Days

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | Last month

Even CNN's Jake Tapper Is Calling Out Anthony Fauci These Days

"Ouchi is so discredited at this point. Even jake tapper calls them out over the weekend on cnn. Jake tapper is trying to get foul ci to his belief that boosters are needed for everyone now and who knows about boosters. i read an article about antibodies. And how the rich are supposedly running around getting antibody tests all the time to try to stay on top of that issue and it is. It is a kind of a reasonable question. Where are your antibody. What's your antibodies level. After a vaccine after the shot. And i know there's different types. The one is the mr a or the md anna supposedly part of the virus. So if i got the johnson. Johnson vaccine in march will my blood tests show antibodies. Now i don't know and this article said that people that have access to you know concierge medicine doctors. They're running off getting antibodies tests. What does that tell you somebody. I know that had that had coverted. I've shared this with you lot. It's anecdotal but it's true doesn't have any antibodies. According to her blood test

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Noted Restaurateur Buddy Foy Jr. Ditches New York for the Perks of Florida

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

Noted Restaurateur Buddy Foy Jr. Ditches New York for the Perks of Florida

"About the challenges that you're facing right now. Let's go back to the small. The the entrepreneur like you i mean you and i share a similar path. In terms of this we go back and forth between florida and new york. New york taxes chased me out. I mean they crushed me. And i thought i'm not doing this anymore. I love florida living. So i'm blessed to be able to to sort of live in both places. Most of the time in florida part time in new york. I know you had that similar journey. Let's talk about that path that you took a little bit like i did. The path is a little faster than i thought it would be. Cova expediate are florida. My wife and i we. We had an internet business in new jersey service in the fashion industry. Plus clients three hundred employees eccentric such a board meetings and eventually exited. That business ended up in lake. George boat-landing on lake. George start at the restaurant and frankly we wanted the ski. Snowmobile have some fun and as our kids started getting into the college age we said. Hey why don't we start doing part time in florida part time in florida. Which was my parents. Did the same thing they own a restaurant cates tiny garden right up the street from my restaurant new york and we like we kind of envy. My parents lifestyle where they spent three or four months a year in florida so cove cova we end up there for a couple months on the announced our plans and we fell in love with it and next thing you now we got shut down here in new york. So the governor of new york forced our hand where we were really nervous about our future restaurant owners and people who love employing people like we love giving jobs and when the santa's had a a press conference hey every jobs essential through. That's all i needed to hear. That's all and every detail of obsessive book. I think he will do the tv rate at me. You can open a restaurant in florida so we reached out to the community members. My brother happens to live in sarasota. He got involved in next. You know he was a partner with us at the at the anna maria island location. We found it we partners and in sixty days we had a business now if a business

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Buddy Foy Jr. Debuts New Radio Show to Protect Business Owners

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:49 min | Last month

Buddy Foy Jr. Debuts New Radio Show to Protect Business Owners

"While ago. I had a chance to talk to buddy foyt junior. How how little did i know. He was going to become a threat to my radio existence with his own radio show. He's now the radio host of the buddy foy junior show which is a really big deal. We're thrilled to welcome back. The owner of two restaurants. One in florida one in new york. The one in new york is legendary chateau on the lake lake george. Then there's one on the west coast of florida the chateau anna maria. But there's plans to expand this multi award winning entrepreneur is now a radio star host of the buddy junior show. Please don't take away. The mike gallagher show slot buddy. Don't get that good mike. I i got a long way ahead of me. Even get close to that my friend. You've got a nice set up though. I love that you're doing this. This is really cool. We're gonna talk about the show in just a minute. It airs saturdays ten. Am on the answer in sarasota on m. nine thirty and fm ninety three point seven fm then in new york on the answer. Am nine seventy. Everyone can listen online. Live and on the podcast buddy. Tell us all about your new show. Listen the new show is really who knew the politics and business would collide the way. It is right so had to put my hat ring. What's going on and how the government is now involved in our businesses. We need a voice. And i unfortunately during this whole kobe thing we were able to get a ton of a pr and the emails and phone calls my customers come in and we serve over forty. Five fifty thousand customers are a summer. Well they're just saying listen. Get out there more. We want to hear more about what's going on in your world. 'cause we had no idea how hard it was abuna small entrepreneur in today's environment. So we're going to cover that gas on talk about it but the collision of politics and business which frankly i never thought would be at the pinnacle that it's outright. It's incredible the way these they've intersected. I'm spending a lot of time with my friends. The job creators network next thursday event in tampa With governor rhonda santa's with larry elder alfredo ortiz. I'm going to be on stage. We're going to be at the how the grand hyatt and tampa bay People can get tickets at the answer. Tampa dot com. Because it's a. It's coming up thursday night. September the twenty third and buddy. We're focused like a laser on the way small business owners have been crushed by the biden administration. It's not getting any better. it's getting worse so h- you know. How do we fight back. We need voices like yours. We need buddy for junior all over the country. And and i'm thrilled about about this broadcast because i mean you. You cannot overstate how small business owners are hurting. Right now buddy and it doesn't feel like this administration is doing a pardon. my language. A damn thing to help

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Should Teens Be Allowed to Drink at Home?

Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting?

02:20 min | Last month

Should Teens Be Allowed to Drink at Home?

"Would love to hear your thoughts on parents. Condoning teenage drinking and allowing teenagers to drink with them in their home or on vacation in countries that do not have a drinking age. Thank you so much. What do you think about this. I think it's a great latter rain. What do you think like. Where are you on this because this is something that you know. Reasonable people disagree strongly on this one. Yeah no it. Brought me back to anna maria and my my friend in jerusalem and i it just has always stayed with me. I wasn't apparent at the time. But i always thought to myself when i have kids and i get to that stage. I want them to have a glass of wine with me and experience it and it not to be taboo. Because that's when i feel like people go kids go crazy. I think a lot of people are of that mind and actually. I was raised that way that you know having a sip of wine you know my parents wine if we were having dinner Little champagne if they were celebrating. Something was how. I grew up You know and i was still around plenty of highschool drinking and You know. I took a pretty low key approach to in college and i think you know sort of as not as a psychologist but personally i'm like yeah you know. I think we do a lot of work for me. I'm sorta worked for my kids. I think we couldn't vienna perspective So the truth on this one. Rena as far as i've come to understand. It is a psychologist is. You can actually go either way. Like i don't have a strong feeling like you know if have a strong feeling about something. I'll say it. I feel like parents can get this right either by. I'm gonna use finger quotes allowing drinking. You know not finger selena by either by allowing drinking in their home with their underage child or they can get it right by saying no. You know the way the law's set up as you're really not supposed to drink till you're twenty one And we're gonna stick with that what matters to me. Is the conversations get wrapped around it to me. It's much less important. You know what the rule is. It's much more important to me that the parent take advantage of whatever rule they make to have broader conversations about an alcohol in that kid's life.

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Matthew Stafford Set Two Career-Highs in His First Game With the Rams

The Stephen A. Smith Show

00:59 min | Last month

Matthew Stafford Set Two Career-Highs in His First Game With the Rams

"Everyone was watching in la as matthew stafford made his rams debut now. I thought there was a lot of pressure. Actually on mcvay because at yellowstone i got to make. I'm teasing. meet earlier. Anna anna. It's contagious. You take a guy number one overall. He takes you to a super bowl. He makes to pro bowls you trade him plus two ones any three boy. That new guy. You bring better baller. But that's why he's the coach. And we're not ed something that we didn't see. He's off in kabul. Listen jacuzzis effort. Always had that crazy top. Whatever happened what happened. They just sounds awkward. Cousy or whatever the case is his. I q really just won me over and jacuzzi and commerce three hundred twenty one passing yards three passing touchdowns no interceptions. According to elias stafford is the first player in. Nfl history to win his team. Debut while passing for three hundred yards three touchdowns and no interceptions

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"anna" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:18 min | Last month

"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. We'll be taking a break for the weekend talked on monday. This month. encyclopedia were manteca is proudly supported by unc. Greens brow founded as a women's college in eighteen ninety one unc greensboro presents. She can we can beyond. The women's suffrage centennial through performances films lectures and concerts. Unc examines how the decisions from our past affect us today. Join the experience. Learn more at she can. We can dot unc dot edu..

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"anna" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:31 min | Last month

"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

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The Life of Anna Leonowens

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:31 min | Last month

The Life of Anna Leonowens

"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

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Facial Recognition Tech: Open Your Eyes to Radiation

The Darin Olien Show

02:51 min | Last month

Facial Recognition Tech: Open Your Eyes to Radiation

"So infrared radiation. Which is the thing that we're using the tool that they're using for this facial. Recognition is thermal radiation is more electro magnetic radiation spectrum and a certain wavelength above red visible light between seven hundred nanometers and one millimeter. That's the wavelength and then there was a study done on and this is brutal. I'm sorry that this happened to the rabbits. However i am anna site. This study in service of the rabbits that unfortunately were brutally killed in this process. A hate that studies are still doing this. But this is something that was done study was done in new zealand to look at potentially harmful effects of this infrared radiation. This i are standing. For infrared radiation on the either rabbits were exposed to varying amounts of the i. r. then were unfortunately. This is where it's brutal. I'm just telling you they're heads. Were cut off. So then they were able to look at the lenses and the retinas and all of that stuff immediately after that and they concluded that the protein of the islands is very very sensitive to this infrared radiation. And that's the difference. Infrared radiation really doesn't do much in this form to the scan into the body but when it's directed at the i that's where things can go sideways and actually can contribute to cataracts. The exposure of the rabbits was up to ten minutes and keep in mind that that is not the exposures usually ten seconds for the phone. But what we don't know yet is how little and how much will create the damage. But if you're opening your phone multiple times a day than that adds up and then over time over length of you using your phone and weeks months and years and decades. Now you're starting to get the hint. That infrared radiation going into your eyeball is not a great idea. According to the international commission on non ionizing radiation protection is c. n. i. r. p. They made a statement of the i. r. energy from ira an i. r. b. poses a risk to the human eye the penetration depth of these. I are bands varies from one point. Two and three micrometres therefore the corner the lens and the retina can be damaged due to the thermal effects associated with the i. r. exposure

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John Mulaney Announces Olivia Munn Pregnancy

The Adam Carolla Show

00:25 sec | Last month

John Mulaney Announces Olivia Munn Pregnancy

"Story. I've been very interesting. I'm such a huge fan. Had been very much under wraps until now john mullany. I really want to hear what you have to save all this because now we know he was in rehab. I think twice broke okay. divorced or divorcing. I think it's anna. We always brought up. Stand up now with girlfriend. Olivia mine and they're having a baby. He

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Early Stumble As El Salvador Starts Bitcoin As Currency

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Early Stumble As El Salvador Starts Bitcoin As Currency

"The first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender is El Salvador it was a bumpy rollout the digital wallet Chievo used for transactions was not functioning the government has promised to install two hundred Chievo automatic tellers Reena Parris is a cook at a San Salvador restaurant and he says people come in to buy almost anything just with bit coin it's something normal there the A. P. visited one of the automatic tellers in San Salvador some people were interested in bitcoin but haven't downloaded the app there were people like Anna Flores yeah she says it's very difficult to understand at least three international fast food chain restaurants were accepting bitcoin payments to the Chievo digital wallet as incentive the government in el Salvador is offering thirty dollars worth of credit for those who use Chievo I met Donahue

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US Open Day 8: Djokovic vs. Brooksby

The Tennis Podcast

00:46 sec | Last month

US Open Day 8: Djokovic vs. Brooksby

"Eight of the. us open. Anna's we come to you. We are watching novak djokovic. Sit in a meditative state at the chair. Midway through his fourth-round match against twenty year. Old american jensen brooks be. He lost the first set. It has been an epic second-set with still in it. Jovic leads five games to brooks spear serving. Two five to stay in the set to five does not tell the story of this set of tennis. There was a twenty minute game in the middle of it in which books be broke eventually the joke of which served to to get things back on track but rich being the guy that he is immediately sees the

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"anna" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

06:48 min | Last month

"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.

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Study: Air Pollution May Reduce Life Expectancy

CNN 5 Things

00:46 sec | Last month

Study: Air Pollution May Reduce Life Expectancy

"Air. Pollution is a greater breadth. Who people's lives around the world than smoking. hiv aids or war. that's out of the university of chicago's energy policy institute. Cnn's anna sterler as more. According to a new report published. Wednesday people are losing nearly two and a half years of their lives. On average in countries where air pollution levels or below standards set by the world health organization. India has the highest levels of air pollution. Globally and residents have an average of nearly six shaved off their lives. According to air quality life index the index calculates years loss based on what the life expectancy would be if a country met clean air guidelines. Set by the who. The top five countries with the highest average number of years lost were india bangladesh nepal pakistan and

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How Chicago Schools Are Dealing With COVID-19

Anna Davlantes

00:29 sec | Last month

How Chicago Schools Are Dealing With COVID-19

"Monday is the first day of school for Chicago Public school students were masks and social distancing will be mandatory teachers and staff will have to be vaccinated by October. 15th and Mayor Lightfoot says schools will be safe and everyone will be tested weekly anyone the test positive We're going to follow the C D ph protocols and that information Will be readily available to parents before the start of school Monday. Startup school comes as the Delta variants sparks an increasing coronavirus cases in Chicago and around the

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"anna" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"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.

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"anna" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

06:30 min | 2 months ago

"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..

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"anna" Discussed on The Next Big Idea

The Next Big Idea

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"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..

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"anna" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"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.

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"anna" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"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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"anna" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:38 min | 4 months ago

"anna" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Will win a prize one of our listeners. The voice of anyone. They might like their voice milk. Bill who is an cockle playing for alex smith of detroit michigan all right mary. Here's your first question. Red bull started as an energy drink popular with truck drivers in thailand but it was australian marketing genius. Dietrich mitch shits who made it into a global brand. How did he convince college students to start drinking the stuff. A the slogan. It's like axe body spray. You can drink. Be you could send in ten empty cans and get a pre written essay on moby dick in return or see. He just paid them to drink. It see see that is exactly right. Fine college kids them to throw red bull parties. Here's your next question. Of course red bull has become very popular with college kids especially when mixed with vodka now that particular cocktail has been scientifically proven scientifically proven to have what effect a it starts fights be. It's the opposite of beer goggles. it makes everyone else. Look ugly or see it makes men love explaining things even more than they already do and gonna go with a. You're correct again anna. They tested ingredients with alcohol. Tarring on zebra fish and zebra fish got more belligerent. Than they do on either of those substances separately so watch out if you come across zebra fish drinking red bull and vodka. One more question here for analysts. See if she can be perfect. Never red bull once lost a big lawsuit forcing them as part of the settlement to do what a put a label on each can saying does not include actual bull be make public statement that you are not fully vaccinated until your second dose of red bull. Where see every canadian ten dollars because contrary to the slogan it doesn't really give you wings. You're right again in exactly right. They convinced a plaintiffs convinced. A canadian court that the red bull slogan it gives you wings was too easily to take literally and thus every canadian consumer red bull was entitled to a payment of ten dollars if they applied for it in reconciled bill. How did anna do in our quiz. If i'm right she is perfect. Three in a row and anna. That's a rare gone for me. In cockle is the co creator and star of penn fifteen. You can watch it on hulu now. Season two is out in cockle. Thank you so much for joining us on wit. We don't tell.

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"anna" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

07:13 min | 4 months ago

"anna" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"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.

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"anna" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book

True Crime: By The Book

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"anna" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book

"They returned to the hotel will management is pressing them for payment payment. Rachel once again supplied her car but this time they told her they were not going to charge her car they were just going to put a temporary Hariri. Hold on it will. Vacation is over and everybody goes back home in regular life is resumed. Rachel gets her credit card statement and saw that sixty two thousand dollars had been charged her account which sixty two thousand dollars. I would have to work about three years ears to see that so there is no way no way. I could see myself even if I tried to spend sixty two thousand thousand dollars in one vacation trip but it was a small group. They go out of the country they did stay at high end hotels and did high end tours. Wars so sixty two thousand sounds about right well. Rachel created an invoice for the costs in Senate to Anna. Anna thanked her instead Her Bank is going to be wiring the money except it didn't insult started the back and forth between Anna and Rachel for months. It'll be here tomorrow next week next week tomorrow. This went on for literal months every day. Rachel is getting sicker and sicker. Because her credit score is plummeting. Anna is offering excuse After bullshit excuse now. The thing about scams is at some point. The JIG is up the Piper is looking to get paid eight in Anna had enough pipers to form our own personal orchestra in here is where I'm further confused by the law as as it pertains to financial crimes like this. Let's say I've got a friend named Anna. Anna asked me to give her a ride to the bank. Without my knowledge she robs the main she gets back into the car and start driving. We're pulled over and the police failing the money from the bank on Anna Anna is going to jail but guess who else is going That's right I'm going to jail too so hopefully I get a great attorney. Who could keep me out of prison? But I'm definitely getting locked up So in the case of Rachel Versus Anna. Why doesn't this apply? I mean this group of friends benefited from Anna's crimes. Whether they knew she was a criminal or not. Why are they not all on the hook for the bill? I know a person back home home in Indiana who was being scammed by a guy that she met online and I mean it was a big nasty ridiculous one of those romance scams when she he became the middleman in a huge game. That involved moving money all over the world and guess where she wound up Prison that's where and she was. Being scammed now argued that anything. Anna gave them was fruit of the poisonous tree. Everyone who personally benefited from that fruit is responsible. That was not how the law season del Sol. Anna was going to be prosecuted for for her crimes and zero fucks were given by Anna. She she really gave no fucks and at the end of it all. She was convicted on several counts including Grand Larceny. Second Degree Larceny and theft of service. But not for Rachel's Ridiculous Credit Card Bill so ANA is currently serving for twelve years after a trial there was more like a damn fashion show. That was even an instagram page. Devoted it to her trial looks. She hasn't been a model prisoner either. This child got into fights and just like she did her whole stay in New York. Komo marches to the beat of her own drummer. Of course. When you do this in rikers they put you in solitary confinement but I guess that will give Anna Time? I'm to work on the two books. She says she's writing one about her scams and the other about her prison experience so she will very likely be deported. Once their sentences up but we will hear more from Anna in her next chapter. A netflix currently has the rights to her story. Sorry in a series based upon her escapades is being created by none other than Shonda rhimes. You'll know Shonda from grey's anatomy the in scandal. She's kind of a big deal and and I know I know that I left you hanging about Rachel and her financial difficulties but the good news is that after much badgering of the credit card company. Her debt was forgiven. Sounds about white. If you can't tell I'm astonished by this story just all love it. I'm at an absolute loss. Also for words because none of this seems real But it is. It's real. Read the book my friend Anna and let me know if I'm being being an asshole about all of this I'll leave a link to the book in the show notes Yeah this is really beyond my level full of experience in the world. Possibly because I'm black but mostly because I'm poor and speaking of poor if you like to help the show I now have a patriot. PATRIOTIC DOT com slash. TC bye-bye you can also find a link in the show. Notes needs to my Red Circle Creator page where you can leave one time donations on. TC by on all the things now. So follow me on social the media and you can send me a good old fashioned email at. TC BY TB. Add gmail.com now please please please. Rate Eight and review the podcast shared with a friend. I love you all so much for listening and I just WANNA share the love with others and also I'm coming back next week with my Alter Eagles segment which I've remained more than a movie. I think I like that better than what's up dots but more than in a movie and I'M GONNA discuss growing up but FUCA which is like a recent episode of twenty twenty. If you like to watch the episode is available Salable on Hulu and of course it deals with the aftermath of the case of the Long Island Lolita. In if you don't know what that is you you have homework so meet me back here for more than a movie on. TC by T.. Beat and with that. Thank you for listening later. Book were yeah.

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"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

"Your time expert and today it's totally different. The only thing which is to say you can see the podcast. There is a camera on me. But it's not a usual podcast today. It's not a usual episode. Today I have two things to say and it's an announcement and it's my weekly thoughts. I had from last week now as you know normally when I do a podcast cost you will always see me with my laughter because if I communicate I communicate through writing when I have to get something out there too right so dais me talking to you very difficult very difficult but therefore it's an exception and well let's just try and do the best announcement or no. Oh I start with the weekly thoughts. I'm going to start with weekly thoughts and I'm going to make the announcement in the end. Okay weekly the thoughts. It was to stay this week and at lunchtime there. Was this client of mine calling me. I had the appointment at three o'clock and he called me and he said look. I have to cancel our appointment. Then I thought Oh that's I mean that's that's all right. I can go back to the hotel in hotel. Actually I was in in the capsule. Did you see the capture where I was in. Can we put a picture of the Capitol in there okay. So that's where I was. I thought I can go back into tomorrow pods and work. Luckily luckily my instinct said but this that's given time it's gifted time. Suddenly you have more time than you have expected isn't it. I thought it could be the moment for unplanned plant moments a now. Let me tell you what happened this day at three o'clock when I should have had the meeting I went outside. I was standing in front of the hotel and I was standing on the street asking myself to the left or to the right. I thought let's go to the left so I went to the left. I walked some. I'm now standing in front of a tie. Moustache I thought yeah maybe maybe a massage. I went inside. They didn't they were fully booked. There was no possibilities. I went outside again then. I stood there and I thought left or right I went to the left again. I walked suddenly stood in front of the bakery by thought. Yeah why not I went in. I had the cake. I don't eat cakes lot of because I'm more the one who loves salty and hot stuff but not very sweet sir her but then I had the cake and it was a moment I have to say it was a moment I went back out left or right I went straight. I think suddenly I was standing in front of a church. I thought wow okay. Let's go in Soit. God I went inside and I was sitting there in silence all by myself for a long time and suddenly the light was shimmering in there. Were the big windows. The collared big windows and the light was shimmering in and it gave on this side it gave his strange strange reflections. Any was lovely. It was flashing. It was a moment then I went out so it it is the continued walking someday. I stood in front of a tattoo shop. That's always very very very dangerous. I was like no no no no no please can I resist please. Can I resist because whenever I walked past a tattoo shop. I'm so scared that I will be going in day. They one day and just to my face Like a Viking to two in the face and I have to resist and Yeah I. It's like in the move we hang over. It's just I would do it if I would be totally sober. So that's the problem now. Now I didn't because I thought Hey Anna think about all the callers you have at home and you can go home and paint your face all good so okay that took the danger out of it and then I continued walking Sunday our standing in front of a cinema. I thought yeah why not and then I went into the cinema and I was watching the movie. I was all by myself. It was four o'clock in the afternoon. I had a beer in his hand. An I had popcorn in this hand and all I was sitting in there I thought everything. Just those tiny moments I have. I've been experiencing a now sitting here in the cinema. I'm talking about the unplanned moments. which gave you so? Oh March and it.

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"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

"Let me tell you a little story which happens to me when I was a kid sitting in a classroom a story which you might have expected against as well I was twelve years at the school was my playground I didn't really go there to learn things because mm-hmm with about fifteen other classmates the teacher standing in front explaining something on the blackboard but I'm absolutely not the paying attention not at all on far away on daydreaming and suddenly the boy sitting next to me Ramseys elbow into moines and he says Anna I look at him he slightly Nazis head to the teacher and now I'm back into the world feeling how everyone is looking at me they are they look at me like she has been saying thing but I didn't recognize it and I hear her tit the teacher saying again now Anna you come here and we will see how much attention you will pay I thought shit I stood up I walked to what's the black Bert and see task written on it and I have no clue what it is about no clue be Wild we look at the teacher and she seems really angry then I look at task again and she goes solve it solve it I turn around to look at my classmates like but she's furious and goes again you solve it all by yourself now AW as much time as it takes you start now okay and I remember thinking okay on think Lottie thank logical do something right something try an I do I try to solve it my way but I approach was completely wrong and when I'm finished I turn around I look at her and then she looks at all my classmates and she.

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"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

"Start with thirty minutes this is thirty minutes matter but started with them and then you see it will increase and on the long run your brain will understand oh she's starting to prepare all those twitchell's okay she wanna go there in too deep work mode okay let's do this and you can L. This cooperation going on with your brain and then you do it and when do I stop I stop when I feel that the energy level is going down then I might have a tiny break or I stopped the session but most of the time you just wanted return to this beautiful place an off the words after the deep work session that's when you have time for the mosques and the emails league ground where you can create good stuff and for myself I have to say it's like the only place where I am deeply deeply satisfying right now look I'm just going to tell you where it can bring you I started doing the deep work sessions one in the morning and one in the afternoon with doses thirty minutes today it depends if I'm traveling or not but even if I travel I can have my two hours deep work sessions even if I travel and yes I bring my multi and yes I travel with an hour glass it's not that convenient travels with an hourglass bad I do and when I'm in the office I can go up to like accumulated four five six hours of deep work sessions today I mean that's crazy but you can't be with added anymore he caught why why why do I think that the deep work sessions off the path to success because I have experienced it very simple I have experienced since I have been doing the deep work sessions my speeches and my workshops have become far better because when you are deep when he in there your brain is on another level it's on another have a high concentration your brain is going profound into your playground of ideas and your focus is on the highest level it's like when you have to focus on shooting an Arrow you there is no nothing else there and your vision modifies comes and everything in your body is just concentrating on talk it at the same happens when you profoundly in a deep work session and that's where you lied achieved shallow world and away you can find ideas who are buried beneath everything else that's like it's like finding a treasure box.

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"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

08:49 min | 2 years ago

"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

"Already ask yourself why many businesses do not succeed wide many people failing baseness and what about work how do you how looking up on the Internet now you have the time for days but they shouldn't have the same priority as the deep works actions because that's your play.

"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"anna" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

"The the ones who do succeed are they luckier smarter than everyone else maybe Easter a method or a formula on how to succeed today I will give you my the answer to this question and the good news is everyone can do it what is it what he said it's about going back going deep ladies and Gentlemen d depor deep work deport will give you so much time when you start to have the deep work sessions in your daily life that's when you will make a difference because now your quality will rise and you'll satisfaction in the end of the day all freaking satisfy fights and do you know why because you you can stop working at a decent time because when you have done a deep work session than you know that have done enough can you imagine how much you can do in a deport session a lot a lot and then then you can go home and then you can fully focus on your loved ones on the things you want to do you compress your working hours let me repeat this you compress your working hours I mean come on who doesn't want this deep work most satisfying thing I know in my description it would be like this deep work equal or gasping but but why isn't everyone doing it because because we love to do shallow stuff it's easy it smooth no effort is needed it's a it's a quick satisfaction and we died any effort reply an email quickly done and despite search something on the Internet quickly don unsatisfying we're getting a bit used to this a little bit of a little bit of their and we give those things a high importance fall fall too much totally exaggerate the high relevance of deep work is very new because we are surrounded by all those distractions and explore blows of possibilities it's new so that's why deport becomes crucial crucial and you see yes deep work needs effort now we just need to train our brain to do the work it's a training it will not happen from today tomorrow but when it becomes normal hot it's so good it's so good the ladies and gentlemen welcome to another episode of honest podcast and we also have said Mu Mol lovely husband's sitting over there and I'm happy SPEC home now you hugh wherever you are take your time lean back and feel free to enter the world of time I'll invite you into my brain and just for a little moment because it's a wide in there but I'm used to it now deep Apple and hopefully it could work for you as well and otherwise I know now that there is a book which is called deep work by Cal Newport and I'm sure there are many tools in there I haven't read it because before I even knew this book exists I learned the deep work thing autodidact so here we go the preparation the preparation of deep work is filled with a sequence of rituals. I I turn off the phone artist block it put it in another room it scar on the phone is gone then me personally I switch off the tonette and I know there are plenty times it's going to be like oh I should look up this and I should do some research on that no it's a trap don't do it don't break your deep work session with this switch off the Internet and then I prepare my mutt t from Argentina stimulating and very tasty love it then place myself at the table are put on a song I use an old Ipod I put on a song normally goes repeat for next hours just the same song all the time all the time it's normally something between the wildest jazz you can imagine it's tribal drums.

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