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2021 French Open Odds: Iga Swiatek Is the New Betting Favorite
"Let's get back into the openness. Now of this. French open drawn. Honestly we can go quarter by quarter and of course. Our friends at tennis. Abstract provide a fantastic draw forecast. If you know the fivethirtyeight forecasts Perhaps if you follow electoral politics or you. Just use their forecast for nba championships. Whatever it may be tennis abstracts the place to go for tennis forecasts. You look at the women's singles draw forecast coming in to this round of sixteen eagles. Fan tech is a clear favourite via the their formula to win the event. She has a twenty seven point. Six percent chance of winning that of course is based on her elo rating. She's in up there with bardi and halif and terms at the top clay-court specific yellow ribbon. She's also thirty eight now in her last fifty two matches coming in second place. Well there's been some changes now. Because i'm not gonna lie. I'm recording this friday morning. And so i know some of the results that happened currently in second right now the only other player in double digits is a lean fit alina at ten point. Nine percent chance. You've got cocoa goth at nine point. Six you've got. You know serena only one point eight. It's actually vico with a five point nine and that's the highest in that section. Actually scratch that politics dosa who has been excellent. This season nine percent chance she would technically be fourth and again that top four via their forecast schon tech spit alina goff but dosa i mean i think we all would agree. Shan't is in a tear on in her on her own. At this point in you know again her result today it was a one in one victory for her over. Rebecca peterson which is only notable. Because it was freaking one in one and you lookin' again. Her last nine results straight-sets over peterson new. Von date back to last year's french open cannon. Put a rosca travec hallett to a see through silva she's been dominant. I mean her only loss on the clay courts this year was to ashleigh barty in madrid. And you know she then went on in one room
Ashleigh Barty Exits French Open, Another Jolt to the Women’s Draw
"Question coming out of they five of the two thousand twenty one. French open is the women's singles title. Eagles fan texts to lose the answer to that is probably yes. You look at the seeds that have been eliminated. Thus far we're down our top two seeds now through the second round. As ashleigh barty withdraws down a set to magdela net. She came into this event nursing a hip injury that hip just unfortunately not allowing her to continue to play. Now you look at the seeds that have been eliminated seven of the top twelve. We've lost grand slam champions in bardi osaka and rescue kavita. And muga ruth you add. Let's give a bench to the makes you even wanna throw in cooter matova given her level here this season. A lot of upsets across the board in boss. We've a wide open. Women's
"ashleigh" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"It's overwhelming it's too much to take in You changed little things progressively step at a time and you start by adding in what's going to make the biggest impact also with the knowledge that when people are eating nutrient dense foods that are finally giving their body. What it requires. Those beijing crave craving kind of tendencies. Do go down. And i'm not gonna say that you're going to eat healthy. Suddenly become one of those people who thinks that like a carrot tastes sweet or like fruit is a desert like isolated. I will always. I will always have a sweet tooth. I will always enjoy french fries. Cake and cookie chocolate. Or whatever. But i don't have that kind of necessarily like uncontrollable unpleasant. I need these other things. Because i'm being satisfied. I and so. That's why often tell women who can also be triggered by being told. Don't eat anything you like. And you have be restricted now forever. You can only help you. I'm like eat healthy thing first and then if you still wanna eat the cake eat the cake. You might find what you eat less cake you might find. You actually. don't need it in our later but if eat at fine but at least you nourish yourself first. And we'll deal with the mechanics of calories in calories out and body composition later but just like create a healthy body first and then we can work on details. You know what's project fan. This episode is brought to you by element. Electrolyte speaking of element electrolytes. I actually wanted to ask you. And seamless you being object and tan all strong and pretty good. Do you take your element. Electrolytes pre or post workout. Actually take it a pre during and post. Sometimes i'll do more than one. Pack off. I finished the pack of element that i had deering like my workout. Or my jujitsu session. I'll pop out another one sometimes post and that hydration really helps my recovery because sometimes after you get into the really hard workout. 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Make sure you go there and check it out right now. Being somebody that has competed. I think you've gotten on stage before correct and you know being somebody that has competed How is that diet. You know for bodybuilding type stuff. How's that different than you know what you do now. And what's the what was the level of like hunger and that you had to have versus where you're at now. Yeah i feel like. I have a slightly different feelings about bodybuilding competitions in a lot of people do done an entire podcast for my own show about it. Because i just think it's a really interesting Topic that can again be sort of like villain is like you can follow actively competing bodybuilders. And they're like amazing they're your heroes and they're talking about how dedicated they are. And then you talk to people who no longer compete because it was really bad a bad experience from amherst effected dominant negative way. And it's like bodybuilding dysfunctional on terrible. And anyone who does it as psycho and it's awful and as everything there's there's more nuance to it than that it certainly the sport can attract people with dysfunctional attitudes towards their bodies in towards eating. Because it essentially gives you an excuse to say. I'm gonna eat crazy and be way to lead in all the time and you can't tell me anything because it's so that's fair But it also can be an experiment in learning about yourself and how your body works and it can be fun and it can be kind of cool to see yourself in a different way. Like i've always kind of infant. Never really been overweight. But i certainly never had a visible six nine. Before i did. Bodybuilding competition was really cool. But i will say that. I got into a little later in life as in like late. Twenties instead of a lot of people in women are like doing a bikini competition eighteen before you know their bodies are even really sorted out gat and before they they certainly sorted out how they feel about themselves. I'm kind of at a point. Where i i truly really wasn't doing it to prove anything to anybody because i just i was like i'm already cute i. I'm not doing this retention. i don't care like i'm just doing it for fun. And see what would happen. And so i really approached it in probably much more It was still extremely to anyone on the outside. Any kind of bodybuilding. Prep is going to be extreme but i. I really took the time to seek out a coach that i believe i our values alliance and i liked the way that she operated in the way they looked and i did it in a gradual away as possible and i did a lot of work on the other end to kind of come out of it as gradually unhealthily as possible. It certainly times where i was like. I can't believe i'm still doing this. And this is not that. I wanna eat a cookie and i was hungry and i was tired but i really made sure put my my health. I like. i knew that bodybuilding wasn't something that was sustainable. And that the the leanness that i was out when i competed wasn't wasn't really that healthy but i was doing it with sort of some calculated risks in mind knowing that i wasn't going to try to stay that way. I wasn't going to take anything or do anything. That was going to potentially impact i long term health reproductive health. Like i'm just gonna do this. Experiment see if i can actually follow strict rules for a few months. What my body looks like. Take some pictures have fun. And so i i really had a positive experience. I mean they're still some crazy shit about putting billion industry. And i have some funny stories as i'm sure everyone does I kinda did it for a while. And then when i got to the point where like i top to really changed my life if i wanted to continue i stopped because i was just like i kind of feel like i learned when i can learn from it but i learned a lot. I learned a lot about my body. I learned a lot about my mind and my willpower and to when i want to stick to a goal and a lot of fun and has six pack was really cool and yeah i feel good about it. I mean in my diet to was like it was pretty typical bodybuilder. But it was also like with a bit of a paleo lean like i'm eating oatmeal and rice and stuff like that but it was also eating like chicken thighs and sweet potatoes and I was trying to eat who wherever i could buy. Yeah it was pretty typical leaner now because of you think like did you maintain at least some of that. Do you feel like that's interesting question. Actually i think mostly it's just over fifteen years of lifting weights. I feel like my body has changed so that even.
Student Loan Forgiveness: Democrats Debate How Much To Cancel
"Five million americans have student debt and president biden has promised to do something about that. He's proposed cancelling up to ten thousand dollars per borrwer. Democrats in congress are pushing for more though fifty thousand dollars per person. Here's npr's listen Joe biden has made it clear one point six trillion dollars in federal student. Debt is a problem but the question of how much of it to cancel is still on the table. Let's take a look at the plan. The president supports cancelling ten thousand dollars in debt per borrower or. Who have the lowest suit deaths are the ones who struggle the most adam. Looney is an economist. At the university of utah he says not all debt is the same borrowers who completed. A bachelor's often have higher debt burdens but are able to pay that debt back. The ones really struggling are the ones in default. When you're in default government can take your tax refund part of your paycheck when you get older. You can even lose part of your social security. Roughly eight million borrowers are in default and most of them have less than ten thousand dollars in debt. The amount that you borrow is largely dependent on how many years you will often students who drop out after a semester or a year or two just on accumulate very much dead. If you never got that degree you can't get a job to help pay off that debt. Looney argues that anything higher than ten thousand cancellation runs. The risk of awarding borrowers. Who don't need help. He points to research that shows thirty. Six percent of student debt is owned by the top twenty percent of income holders but income is different than wealth household was student debt. Tend to have the least amount of wealth. That's the value of all your assets minus debt. Now let's take a look at the plans to cancel fifty thousand dollars in student at senators elizabeth warren and chuck schumer among those behind. This idea. they say a more forgiving cancellation policy is also about racial justice. And would target gaps in wealth especially among black families. Black households are more likely to have student debt and more of it than white or latino families. The debt crisis in is dish. Proportionally impacting borrowers of color and communities of color. Black borrowers in particular ashleigh harrington the senior policy counsel at the center for responsible lending. So when we talk about cancelation we have to start their black borrowers. She says can struggle even if they get their degree. Thanks to racism. In the labor market more debt cancellation would give them a up. You have families were the color who have never been able to build wealth. They don't have intergenerational wealth fender having intergenerational deck many black and latino families missed out on ways to build wealth in the past like homeownership and job training programs due to racist policies researchers who study and talk to student. Loan borrowers say now student. Loan debt is thing. That's holding them back in a forthcoming report. The center for responsible lending black borrowers. Who would have all of their debts. Raced at fifty thousand was forgiven. Have median assets worth just seventy six thousand dollars in most cities. That's not even a house and of course there's the pandemic we are in the list of a crisis it and so we're for the place where count out. Inauguration gonna cut it regardless of the dollar figure most advocates. For cancelling say the thing that makes it so appealing is it can be done by the president through executive action without congress. President biden has long said he'd prefer to use legislation but in early february. The white house signaled it was willing to consider doing it with the flick of a pen.
"ashleigh" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!
"So it's great. I love it and it just like being proof of what's possible you know. Not you know the next block. He had a dog that comes to ask you that dog aggressive right. We're rethinking that dogs. Ideal home could look like exactly right yes. I don't think they ever expected that. I was going to actually adopt her. Like just think that once you know once they got to know me a little bit. It was a little bit different understood me but like they didn't think that that was you know as someone that was kind of a little bit unsure my life before you know that time i was kind of like what am i doing but like. She helped me figure out what i'm doing with my life too so we both helped each other and that's the best mutually beneficial relationship. I've ever heard of right. Like i would not be half the prison. I am without the grounding that my dogs offered me right ashley. You were so amazing. Okay so i wanna hear from you before before we were not up here. What is one pit bull mid that you just wish would die already earl so many think of this. I was just the general like aggressive. Like i mean you know. And of course she is aggressive towards dogs. But like this the general like. Oh it's a pit bull. It's going to bite me like that's the thing like she's gonna bite me. It's he's gonna bite me. Whoever it is just like oh get that thing away from me types situat- like i can't be around that thing like you know like me a white woman can't have a pit bull situation mike you know and that was a lot in but yeah yeah for sure. I think everyone listening is like has their arms and they're like one friend so actually if people what they can act with you in zastava sapphire. Can you tell them the best way to find you. Well her instagram is at sapphire. The dog underscore yes. She's pretty much the best way to get. Hold me too but yeah sure. She put a good videos and pictures. She's licking my face right now. God a okay. Well i'll be sure to include that in the in the shown so everyone can find you. Actually there's been a total thank you so much. Thanks for tuning in. I hope you enjoyed the show. If you'd like to learn more about how you can connect with me for.
"ashleigh" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!
"No like i had so many failures with other people and not any bad about them like their lifestyles. Just the way mine. Is you know as a single human and you know i. I was able to shift my lights to to how her light needs to be. I was like this. I need to keep earth. There's no other choice than to keep her. And i think you know. I think that that's a really good sign of like an amazing rescue is is them recognizing like what the individual dog needs right and realizing that like it's not the adopter rosters fall rated just like dogs need certain circumstances rate and not one is up for the task of taking on a block. He had a dog who is dog reactive. That could be a big ask for all of the average dr. Yeah actually. I think at first they were asking for adopter out in the suburbs. That had a yard. Because that's just what they thought that she needed. Which is very true. Most dogs like her probably need that. And then i think that once i inquired about adopting or after i literally fostered her written about eight months before i finally said. Hey i want to keep their like. Oh crap like okay. Like you've had it for this long. Do you think they're having that kind of helps them to realize like we don't necessarily need to give dogs like her this fabulous area like in the suburbs. He's really hard to find. It's hard to find a family in the suburbs. Like kid friendly but a lot of our dogs are not kid friendly but like to find that finding a job with no other dogs possible side so like to be able to find like somebody to adopt her. That's not that is like almost like helping. Both of us learned me all the time. Learn like oh okay like we don't need to like you know. Find these perfect suburban homes for everybody like there's other people out there to my god..
"ashleigh" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!
"What do you live in a city environment knew how the dog the dog reactive. You have no choice right like you're always training like you don't get the luxury of just like a casual stroll. Yes i mean. We're kind of really started like hardcore training her baby about a year ago so i adopted two years ago actually so then like the first year. I didn't really understand how to of trainer that well and it was like last year i started to to realize. Oh every walk is a training walk like literally everyone you need to be free treats to and so now pretty much every probably three quarters or more of the time. I have my little treat belt. And like even if i don't use it. I still know that. I have these streets. We see a dog. She gets a treat dog. It's straight and constant. Every single walks the training. Lock my god right. And it's like it's a lifestyle change. What imagine like not having a dog then bringing this block. You had a dog that has to wear a muzzle and then realizing like. Oh my god. I have to work with her every single time. We're out of shift for you to orient so much. Yeah i mean. I started to emit. It's now part of my life. So i don't really think about it but at the beginning of is definitely like that's why i didn't really train her as much on the walks the beginning. I didn't really understand what to do. And like i did a lot of research and this was of learning how to be a volunteer dog trainer. One tail to and kind of like understanding. What's it was just so complex though. Like what what they need like how to like desensitize. Her encounter condition her into the dogs. And now i realize like literally every every walk. That's in every walk the training law even if it is a five minute walk. It is still attracting. Walk on my god. Good so everything you've learned from her..
"ashleigh" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!
"Like how you try and lead by example so that you can help people understand like what fantastic dogs. These big blockheads can be. Yes yes. I mean i do work with one tail time with other rescues here in chicago trying to promote them and like of course try on her instagram. I try to show them bad moments too. I'm like okay. this is her. she's not you know serbian like dog. Like here's her like being with progress with training and everything here being a good dog and then like when her when she's inside and how like perfect she is inside and like how she is with. Kim i don't interact with kids a whole lot so i can't really speak to that too much. But she loved kids and happened just trying to like just to promote how much these dogs are like giving in there they just wanna like love you and love people and give back all that were given to them they just wanna give it all there although loves god well unlike you know. There's there's a lot of variation in blackie had dogs and mixes and stuff like a very common thing theme for the most part is that they're very human social yet and i think that i don't know about you but my previous dog sunny was very much like fire. Great with people suber questionable slash. Zog's and i would take that day in and day out. I would much rather have a dog. Who is people social the dog. Social definitely for sure because people will sometimes. You just can't tell and it can be very efficient like oh should you know without you. Just. it's you know like people come up junior all the time you get your dog. Sure to revive like she she might try to novel her muzzle off a little bit of like a take off no but she just loves the people so much. I just ugly dog you know. She's actually yeah. She looks like a total damn delight. And you know that..
"ashleigh" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!
"The time like long term forever dog or something. It's like get if i wanted to. And like part of me is like just s sometimes ask for help but because that i can do it on my own but yes they they they will anytime. I need help. They will will help me for sure. My god and that's so amazing way to like support and not have to go down the rabbit hole of trying to find like a qualified person to come and help you backley and we. I know a lot of quality people in this area too. That would come to so. That's another good thing. But she people loved her so much here that anybody would help. God that is so cool wall so i don't know if you want to speak a little bit too like what your lifestyle is like. Because they know. Sometimes people get really intimidated by like a dog. That can't be around other dogs and it seems like you guys such a beautiful balance of like you. Both both your needs are still being matt. And she's perfectly satisfied with life without like hanging out with other dogs. So if you wanna just kinda about like what. That transition was like totally. So it's a little. You're just because. I'm a group fitness instructor and personal trainer so my schedule is just crazy in general. It's very it's not nine to five. I do not do ninety five But when i started fostering her like the long-term time so this is like you know two and a half years ago or whatever. I just switched jobs basically so i switched from one basically one gym to another gym and the things were like. I basically had nothing going on for a little bit. Because you know jim jobs you have to like build your own schedule and stuff so i kind of oddly built my schedule around her so like she was my life for a few weeks and then like when i started to get like different clients classes and such kind of built my life based on like what she needed which is not normal and normal but She like she's very able to be by herself. What why can leak leave her for like there. Were times where. I was gone for like eleven hours and i just left her and she was fine to come home. Like oh yeah. We're going to go outside now. Cool this is awesome But yeah just like my schedule. So crazy and i'm still able to like sometimes i like a come home for like a half an hour. I'll just like be able to give her little snuggles. Sorry i gotta go yet she. She's fine perfect so yeah so like it makes it easier right. I'm sure liking kobe times. You probably aren't going like super-busy places like you were before i. It sounds like her ability to be alone..
"ashleigh" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!
"That's like a you know you'll be helping and they're like no i you know i literally have a pit bull dog in my apartment. No i'm like or not illegal. If i have one of my and my dad's name way it's very much just like the normal stigma of like pimples really couldn't get like advice little cute dog but she's so yeah. They've grown to lovers. They loved her. Got a christmas present this year. So adorable it's neighbor when the family members are like a little skeptical because date about you right and they realize like everything that that she has brought your life and then like love and appreciate her love her like she's part of the family now even though my my dad's met her once but my mom hasn't but yet they love her like she's another child cause i don't have any children so she is the child. That is amazing. So i wanna talk just a little bit about what you kind of did as far as like standing her not only like as an individual. But as blackie had and i know that you have really committed to training her and all of that. So i think that a lot of us like when we first get involved in blackie had dogs like we love them. But maybe they're a little residual stigmas that we kind of like unlearn as we kind of get to know the dogs. I don't know if you want to speak to like what your journey was without with her. Yeah it was definitely like you had a lot of the stigmas of you know a pit bull type dog. Leashes you know has that aggressive bark and lake does. The i'm gonna kill you like the teeth of frontier come out And so just like i mean just like trying to train. We do positive reinforcement. Only of course lake. It's the best scientifically based approach to trading dog And it's like give like constantly like just like rewarding her instead of like reprimanding her.
Stylist Craig Chapman on the Evolution of HairDotCom
"Just shared with us is head dot com artie. What is head on comedy but maybe just take you back a little bit and high. We actually Actually came a rides I because this this quite story behind it really. It was something head called with something. That's I originally set up Ten years ago And cardiff really never put on the dog hole. But it was. It was mostly the fact that being a headdress. Dining cole will I worked with brands over the years. But i felt like was it was a really difficult task to be able to get involved in. Show work or Campaign work all the different elements within our industry Kinda felt isolated. Dining cole mullan even been linked up with Brown served years to get onto the autistic teams kind of always felt like we will be forgotten. Dining dinan sunny cold war which actually writing spice inside but but the so head dot com kind of started off raise as a basis for me to be able to get the opportunity to branch into other areas of the industry and it really started with a bunch of friends. It was all friends I worked with the industry. None of them working in london. Everybody was in the small times upside villages outside of london. And i kind of took myself to to really try and get tsitsi for people. The headdresses started settled owners. That what it to work within other sectors of the head world But didn't want to make that transition to london. Didn't want to move to london. I mean. I didn't have the blessings of big brands night So the opportunities always felt like they were They were further away than evening. Grasping range so. So i kind of just put my head diamonds. Did a lot of free work an awful lot. Free work a serious about if miles traveling from coal to whatever anybody wanted me to go to actually build it as as we as i was building it it was just friends friends that buddies of mine that will be within the industry that wants to get involved and i pulled him into fight shapes different campaigns and slowly into tv work as i entered into a tv hairdresser which would be old by. By six years ago now Head dot com kind of developed from that basis. So this lots of names within had dot com. Which will mentioned later that were were that right from the very beginning even before anybody even even before even you had co
Ashleigh Rae on Your Voice and Accountability in Recovering from Sexual Violence
"Welcome Melissa. Thank you so much for having me Teri. It's amazing. I want to start with the fact that you're you're conducting this interview under a stooge him because currently in Australia where you're based. There is a court situation where survivors of sexual violence are under a gag order essentially from speaking out publicly about their experience. So let's start there with this the law or the policy actually say, yeah. It's a birth of a situation for survivors. So basically what happened is our state government in Victoria was tinkering with one bit of our legislation around suppression orders and they cross you've got tunnel vision and didn't do their do diligence in terms of consultation and looking at who would actually be affected and what the outcomes of this would be and in trying to correct one bit of leads. Relation, that would make things a bit easier in one respect. They've ended up with this for lack of a better word. I'm this clusterfuck of a situation. Sorry for the swearing and it's now judicial proceedings Reporting Act which basically means that for a survivor of sexual violence to publicly speak out. They can't use their own name and you actually face up to 84 months in prison or jail and a fine or a combination of the two and if a media Outlet say like any of our television broadcasting Network's radio, what have you even if it's a podcast if they violate that and they publish a real name without a court order they're liable for a fairly Hefty fine as well. So that essentially means you don't have the right to your voice in Victoria in my state. You have to apply to the court for the right to tell your story if when and how you choose so we're currently going through that. Okay, so let me get off. Straight if you were to move to another province in Australia, would you have the right if you're outside of Victoria know so it applies to cases where there's a conviction secured in the same Victoria. So without going into too much more detail there that means I'm gagged from speaking because I have convictions within Victoria. And you said the intention was not to gag survivors of sexual violence, but now that this impact has happened. What are the people who propose this policy? What are they doing to rectify it? If anything that's a really good question. I wish I had a really good answer for you. It's been it's been a Survivor LED movement to hack the government to account here, which is been initiated by a journalist in Melbourne. Nina Finnell with the letters speak campaign, and it's been incredible. So we are really going hard at home. The government and saying you need to be more transparent and accountable personally. I've had several interactions with a Department of Justice. I met with them last week and we had a very long conversation about all of the areas not just in the law itself, but also in how they handled the public relations aspect of when it did come in out into the media and how awful that had Bane and letting them know that essentially the government had gas-lit survivors and knowing that young girls and boys and yet people were going to be watching this and feeling life. They couldn't come forward and Report because they were going to be gagged. What was the point really undermining all of the work that so many survivors and now police have done in encouraging people to actually come forward port. So what is the impact of this new legislation on the convicted perpetrators are they allowed to speak? Oh, it's a field die for them wage and part of the reason for that is because in the process of obtaining a court order somehow and we don't actually have transparent reasoning why this is something that we've demanded to know from our judges wage is that perpetrators have been notified and even asked for their views on this so it's it's fantastic for them. It really gives power back to them and takes away from the Survivor, which is really not. Okay. So as far as I'm aware perpetrators are free to speak to the media. There's very little holding them back except that Australia has really strong defamation laws, and that would be the only concern I'm aware of that they'd have so from an outsider's perspective the seems like blatant sex discrimination, especially if most wage Survivors of sexual assault are women and if those women aren't allowed to speak and the men who are convicted of these crimes are it seems like it's an issue that should be of national importance to fix. What is the, you know highest level of government doing about it if anything. That's such a good question. It's in in the context of Australia as a whole we've had amazing progress in terms of I'm gagging survivors. So it took several of our state's we actually had long-standing entrenched laws that prevented survivors from publicly speaking out and interpersonal actually run some really successful campaigns in the Northern Territory and also in Tasmania always in the last 18 months and she got those laws revoked amended. So that survivors could actually speak out. So they've had the right to speak before which
Your Voice and Accountability in Recovering from Sexual Violence
"Welcome Melissa. Thank you so much for having me Teri. It's amazing. I want to start with the fact that you're you're conducting this interview under a stooge him because currently in Australia where you're based. There is a court situation where survivors of sexual violence are under a gag order essentially from speaking out publicly about their experience. So let's start there with this the law or the policy actually say, yeah. It's a birth of a situation for survivors. So basically what happened is our state government in Victoria was tinkering with one bit of our legislation around suppression orders and they cross you've got tunnel vision and didn't do their do diligence in terms of consultation and looking at who would actually be affected and what the outcomes of this would be and in trying to correct one bit of leads. Relation, that would make things a bit easier in one respect. They've ended up with this for lack of a better word. I'm this clusterfuck of a situation. Sorry for the swearing and it's now judicial proceedings Reporting Act which basically means that for a survivor of sexual violence to publicly speak out. They can't use their own name and you actually face up to 84 months in prison or jail and a fine or a combination of the two and if a media Outlet say like any of our television broadcasting Network's radio, what have you even if it's a podcast if they violate that and they publish a real name without a court order they're liable for a fairly Hefty fine as well. So that essentially means you don't have the right to your voice in Victoria in my state. You have to apply to the court for the right to tell your story if when and how you choose so we're currently going through that. Okay, so let me get off. Straight if you were to move to another province in Australia, would you have the right if you're outside of Victoria know so it applies to cases where there's a conviction secured in the same Victoria. So without going into too much more detail there that means I'm gagged from speaking because I have convictions within Victoria. And you said the intention was not to gag survivors of sexual violence, but now that this impact has happened. What are the people who propose this policy? What are they doing to rectify it? If anything that's a really good question. I wish I had a really good answer for you. It's been it's been a Survivor LED movement to hack the government to account here, which is been initiated by a journalist in Melbourne. Nina Finnell with the letters speak campaign, and it's been incredible. So we are really going hard at home. The government and saying you need to be more transparent and accountable personally. I've had several interactions with a Department of Justice. I met with them last week and we had a very long conversation about all of the areas not just in the law itself, but also in how they handled the public relations aspect of when it did come in out into the media and how awful that had Bane and letting them know that essentially the government had gas-lit survivors and knowing that young girls and boys and yet people were going to be watching this and feeling life. They couldn't come forward and Report because they were going to be gagged. What was the point really undermining all of the work that so many survivors and now police have done in encouraging people to actually come forward port. So what is the impact of this new legislation on the convicted perpetrators are they allowed to speak? Oh, it's a field die for them wage and part of the reason for that is because in the process of obtaining a court order somehow and we don't actually have transparent reasoning why this is something that we've demanded to know from our judges wage is that perpetrators have been notified and even asked for their views on this so it's it's fantastic for them. It really gives power back to them and takes away from the Survivor, which is really not. Okay. So as far as I'm aware perpetrators are free to speak to the media. There's very little holding them back except that Australia has really strong defamation laws, and that would be the only concern I'm aware of that they'd have so from an outsider's perspective the seems like blatant sex discrimination, especially if most wage Survivors of sexual assault are women and if those women aren't allowed to speak and the men who are convicted of these crimes are it seems like it's an issue that should be of national importance to fix. What is the, you know highest level of government doing about it if anything. That's such a good question. It's in in the context of Australia as a whole we've had amazing progress in terms of I'm gagging survivors. So it took several of our state's we actually had long-standing entrenched laws that prevented survivors from publicly speaking out and interpersonal actually run some really successful campaigns
"ashleigh" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol
"And Hearing you speak on the radio about? About the culture, not any drinking specifically but about the culture of drinking that we have in South Africa which. Is Very problematic actually. You. Know we're we're a nation of extremely heavy drinkers and. I and you realize that when you travel, you know you realize it's South Africa mobile drink different other people. Just being the culture of drinking and also kind of engrained everyday lives are just you know just accepted as the norm and how many people are probably kind of like secretly thinking to themselves she actually already got a cutback, which is what I was spinning. Not hearing about it from a a non. From like a kind of more rational perspective which again because I liked you CBS this show I would I really liked about his show was his analytical perspective at it wasn't at a discussion that was mired in. The. Emotional stigma almost that's attached to drinking or all all these things you always hear about you know if somebody if you WANNA stop drinking one, it's like. Oh, my God, why do you want to stop drinking what's wrong with you and to? Normally is. Accompanied by some kind of like happy clap e like Eric. Nonsense and it's just of putting in you think you're going to be surrounded by people kind of I duNno Chunky Jerseys waving dream can walk but I was just like this sounds like a rational logical straight down the line. Informative. Problem Solving. Activity that I can do that. That will present the information to me in rational way and I can decide whether or not I want to use that information or not. So that's that's kind of why I came. To logo. Earn dig we live up to those expectations. I thought. So I, did I did I I was surprised at first I. Mean it was a bit I mean obviously was a myth nerve-racking. Again I was reassured when I arrived at the podcast, you wearing that very chic black and white striped jacket and I was like this is the woman I can listen to. Yeah. Yeah. You know what? I mean you know olive floozy. Always have these terrible like ideas in your head of what these things are going to be like you know this kind of be like blood people's chain smoking on on whatever call POC. But yeah I think it did it was a it was a good presentation of kind of rational stuff and I it really kind of voter home for me to see to look at. Something from one physiological perspective. So you know what is what is the substance? What is made on? What does it do to your brain? How does it affect your body and this is a a biological response that you're having to substance. It's not necessarily that you have a defective personality. Or that you are psychologically unhinged because you've. Because the thing, affect you like this it's this is how it's supposed to affect you. It is an addictive mind altering substance is doing what it's meant to do. So once you know how you body's reacting, you can maybe put systems in place to kind of contact that. As that was interesting and then also I thought that the. The research side of stuff was quite good like the you know the the reading material and things I found that helped me a lot to be able to to research a problem 'cause I gets high I also perch things general. and. What one thing that did surprise me actually was at that that also freaked me out a little bit at the beginning was i. really this whole idea of like sitting in a circle like sharing your feelings I was just like get me on here. But actually what I realize and it wasn't it wasn't it wasn't like that but I mean there was that aspect to it..
"ashleigh" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol
"But then you then comes the kind of I'm GonNa. Need drink on winds on Mondays and Wednesdays. I'm only gonNA drink on the weekends or AMMONIA GONNA drink when I go out with friends socially for dinner. The fact that you're kind of giving yourself `this. Ridiculous limitations or year you do sort of self policing I mean when when you're at that stage I kind of think. You know that's win. It should actually become apparent that if it's if you're spending this much mental energy on trying to. Calibrate behavior. Then then it's then it's an issue, but it's but it but it is. It's a very sneaky thing because it's such a slippery fish. Yeah. I mean generally by the bake these promises to myself on on Wednesday morning in the whatever dad was, and then I kind of Wednesday, five o'clock cycle well rarely. been a long day. Wine would be nice with making Safa. So it became it's it becomes a very becomes a very difficult thing to. To maintain I mean 'cause especially for me as well in my work, you know there's a lot of openings a lot of social events a lot of work very easy to finish work at five o'clock in have to go to. Of some kind of exhibition opening before United chills promise of. Drinking three nights a week or something is very quickly off the windows. While we we do all of those rules in place because we like to think that were in trying to control it anyway, we we like to think we're going to moderate. But in you know people can moderate moderate problem with drinking is that it becomes you might take your self rule, wind gusts, wine, they're easy to do. But then once you've had that I glass of wine, you'll ability to stick to your own rules really need much nascent. Great. Yeah sitting rules and then think is A. Workable option. To. All. World about why..
"ashleigh" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol
"And welcome to the goodbye to alcohol podcast my name Janet Garand I'm the founder world without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. . Thank you so much for tuning in. . Today's interview is with Ashley who came along to a workshop back in August two thousand and eighteen on trees and recently celebrated her second soap Uva. . Serie well, , done actually on say proud of you. . Now. . This is quite a long conversation because it made so many interesting points and we have such fun chatting couldn't quite bring myself too much. . So, , let's get straight into the conversation without further ADO. . My name is Ashley and I live in Cape Town in city bowl luckily now if case. . I'm forty years old I'm currently in a relationship with really amazing person I. . Can Yawns Iona an art gallery contemporary gallery. . So yeah, , we work with artists from Africa. . And Southern Africa primarily and and work with the number of <unk> international museums. . So. Let's . go back to but actually went. When . did you first thinking that? ? Maybe we're drinking of it too much in you want to to change what was going on. . I started experimenting with alcohol when I was very young. . So actually I probably should have been thinking about cutting down on my drinking when I was about fifteen but. . <hes> following my first expulsion from school with drunken disorderly behaviour. . But that was kind of a yeah that was just A. . Precursor didn't really carry on stronger now but I think I guess I think quite a long time I probably probably from my kind of early sixties. . thinking. . About. . Kind of starting to moderate my behavior, , I mean you come out of? ? Your twenties and clubbing and partying and. . Cocktails and world events in everything and and then I guess that that kind of. . The gloss after work and. . All of <unk> going out it just becomes kind of habitual things I, I , think that they were signs you know that I probably should have. . Begun to realize that that Okola taking a bit of a too much of Santa Stage in my life. . But of course, , it's very easy for that to become justified because it's always a you know it's very normal to be drinking at a wedding or birthday or at a funeral Lauretta was function or at a baby shower maybe I shouldn't have tied too much so much to drink party. . Will you know maybe it was over the limit when I drove home that night to dammit <unk> again, , all you know all of those little signs old things that you would have thought. . Yeah. So . unfortunately took me if he is to actually do something about it. . Did you actually tried to did you do dry January's? ? You know I always used to read those those things about a you're only supposed to have. . Whatever it is that you're supposed to have like seven units alcohol in we can like your. . Yeah. You . could have heard me like snorting in hysterics rolling down the aisles because I mean basically that was me. . You know that was like one now, , which wasn't tiffany wasn't alone in that I mean you go to a restaurant and they give you A. . Three glosses equivalent of what you thinking is one gloss of. . Local whatever. . But I did I did once or twice I did I think I did it once I don't know what it was I think it was just sober terrible one of these things but I mean, , really it was like knuckle it was like white knuckling through the month and everyone you're doing with doing it because obviously gang for mutual support is thinking Oh my God is call wait till we get to the end of this month so we can just God and get splashed there was like, , yes. . Pondo defeats the purpose, , but then you do those things in using Oh. . Okay. . We'll. . I could go you know. . I but I, , mean you you often you would find yourself. . Okay. . You know. . Offer particularly heavy night will whatever would having gone off dinner with friends and head Two bottles of wine instead of wine all three bottles of to at between the next morning you thinking just God accompaniment <unk> we did that city you know we should have we should stopped a little bit earlier and at the time it always seems like a really great idea but then you then comes the kind of I'm GonNa. . Need drink on winds <unk> on Mondays and Wednesdays. . I'm only gonNA drink on the weekends or AMMONIA GONNA drink when I go out with friends socially for dinner. . The fact
Ashleigh's Battle with Alcohol
"And welcome to the goodbye to alcohol podcast my name Janet Garand I'm the founder world without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. Thank you so much for tuning in. Today's interview is with Ashley who came along to a workshop back in August two thousand and eighteen on trees and recently celebrated her second soap Uva. Serie well, done actually on say proud of you. Now. This is quite a long conversation because it made so many interesting points and we have such fun chatting couldn't quite bring myself too much. So, let's get straight into the conversation without further ADO. My name is Ashley and I live in Cape Town in city bowl luckily now if case. I'm forty years old I'm currently in a relationship with really amazing person I. Can Yawns Iona an art gallery contemporary gallery. So yeah, we work with artists from Africa. And Southern Africa primarily and and work with the number of international museums. So. Let's go back to but actually went. When did you first thinking that? Maybe we're drinking of it too much in you want to to change what was going on. I started experimenting with alcohol when I was very young. So actually I probably should have been thinking about cutting down on my drinking when I was about fifteen but. following my first expulsion from school with drunken disorderly behaviour. But that was kind of a yeah that was just A. Precursor didn't really carry on stronger now but I think I guess I think quite a long time I probably probably from my kind of early sixties. thinking. About. Kind of starting to moderate my behavior, I mean you come out of? Your twenties and clubbing and partying and. Cocktails and world events in everything and and then I guess that that kind of. The gloss after work and. All of going out it just becomes kind of habitual things I, I think that they were signs you know that I probably should have. Begun to realize that that Okola taking a bit of a too much of Santa Stage in my life. But of course, it's very easy for that to become justified because it's always a you know it's very normal to be drinking at a wedding or birthday or at a funeral Lauretta was function or at a baby shower maybe I shouldn't have tied too much so much to drink party. Will you know maybe it was over the limit when I drove home that night to dammit again, all you know all of those little signs old things that you would have thought. Yeah. So unfortunately took me if he is to actually do something about it. Did you actually tried to did you do dry January's? You know I always used to read those those things about a you're only supposed to have. Whatever it is that you're supposed to have like seven units alcohol in we can like your. Yeah. You could have heard me like snorting in hysterics rolling down the aisles because I mean basically that was me. You know that was like one now, which wasn't tiffany wasn't alone in that I mean you go to a restaurant and they give you A. Three glosses equivalent of what you thinking is one gloss of. Local whatever. But I did I did once or twice I did I think I did it once I don't know what it was I think it was just sober terrible one of these things but I mean, really it was like knuckle it was like white knuckling through the month and everyone you're doing with doing it because obviously gang for mutual support is thinking Oh my God is call wait till we get to the end of this month so we can just God and get splashed there was like, yes. Pondo defeats the purpose, but then you do those things in using Oh. Okay. We'll. I could go you know. I but I, mean you you often you would find yourself. Okay. You know. Offer particularly heavy night will whatever would having gone off dinner with friends and head Two bottles of wine instead of wine all three bottles of to at between the next morning you thinking just God accompaniment we did that city you know we should have we should stopped a little bit earlier and at the time it always seems like a really great idea but then you then comes the kind of I'm GonNa. Need drink on winds on Mondays and Wednesdays. I'm only gonNA drink on the weekends or AMMONIA GONNA drink when I go out with friends socially for dinner. The fact
"ashleigh" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol
"I wasn't drinking vodka with my cornflakes I just. Didn't want to. Wake up feeling like groggy. Oh. Take taunts driving my car home when I shouldn't have been driving home or say things that I didn't tiny mean to people that I care about any, which is very easy to do. That's my choice I wasn't a kind of like A. Urine soaked tramp like living under a bridge. I. Mean you know but I mean bliss because I. Don't want to have that gloss just because I don't want to share three bottles of Chardonnay with you. Now you know it doesn't make me A. A pariah. Welcome to Oklahoma of podcasts from. One. With the won't. Say Goodbye couple already seventy five Tokyo just plain. So curious this is the podcast. Go recovery stories twin inspire new. Exposed to inform you I'm plenty of advice on how to ditch the. And changed her. Hello. Hello and welcome to the goodbye to alcohol podcast my name Janet Garand I'm the founder world without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. Thank you so much for tuning in. Today's interview is with Ashley who came along to a workshop back in August two thousand and eighteen on trees and recently celebrated her second soap Uva. Serie well, done actually on say proud of you. Now. This is quite a long conversation because it made so many interesting points and we have such fun chatting couldn't quite bring myself too much. So, let's get straight into the conversation without further ADO. My name is Ashley and I live in Cape Town in city bowl luckily now if case. I'm forty years old I'm currently in a relationship with really amazing person I. Can Yawns Iona an art gallery contemporary gallery. So yeah, we work with artists from Africa. And Southern Africa primarily and and work with the number of international museums. So. Let's go back to but actually went. When did you first thinking that? Maybe we're drinking of it too much in you want to to change what was going on. I started experimenting with alcohol when I was very young. So actually I probably should have been thinking about cutting down on my drinking when I was about fifteen but. following my first expulsion from school with drunken disorderly behaviour. But that was kind of a yeah that was just A. Precursor didn't really carry on stronger now but I think I guess I think quite a long time I probably probably from my kind of early sixties. thinking. About. Kind of starting to moderate my behavior, I mean you come out of? Your twenties and clubbing and partying and. Cocktails and world events in everything and and then I guess that that kind of. The gloss after work and. All of going out it just becomes kind of habitual things I, I think that they were signs you know that I probably should have..
Yosemite Welcomes Back Visitors After Coronavirus Closure
"Joe Seventy National Park has been closed for nearly three months because of stay at home orders but today the park is reopening in a limited way Cap Radios Ezra. David Romero reports that the closure has had a huge effect on nearby businesses. On the way into Yosemite National Park from Fresno sits the Yosemite Sugar Pine Mountain Railroad, which shut down with the rest of California in March Scott. mcghee runs the operation. We lost every single tour group and school group that we had coming up here. Yosemite is opening with a lot of restrictions. Only about half of the average June visitors are allowed in, and they must make online reservation for each car in advance, Jamie Richards Yosemite spokesperson. We're going to be monitoring condition daily. We're GONNA make adjustments as needed and we're going to work to maintain safe conditions for visitors. Only two campgrounds are open in the larger one. One is operating at just fifty percent of capacity. Other campsites are closed due to staffing Richard says she's interested in seeing how the animals in the park respond again the people we've seen a lot of bears out in active we will see when the park reopens. How the animals continue to reopen adapt to visitors coming back last year, visitors spent more than one point seven billion dollars in the four California counties that surround the Park Brooke. Smith with visit Yosemite Madera. County says that could drop by as much as half this year between fires in government shutdowns. This is definitely the longest we've ever gone with you Ashleigh. Up when she first heard, the park was opening Amy George and her husband Kyle Mon- Holland from Davis. California rushed to book a few day passes. I was drinking coffee I'm like I'm just GonNa. See and says I go. July twenty second has day passes Great. That's our twentieth anniversary. The pair of teachers spent their honeymoon in Yosemite. George has visited the park since childhood and the reservation system has long term effects. Maybe this'll lessen the impact that humans have had on the environment on Yosemite. George hopes unlimited spaces. Don't discourage people from trying to make it to the park. She wants everyone to enjoy Yosemite like she always has for NPR. News I'm as David Romero in
Interview with Coach of WTA Top 20 Maria Sakkari
"Welcome to a milestone episode fifty of the Functional Tennis podcast. I'm Fabio Molly your host and this week we are speaking to one of the youngest coaches. The youngest coach on the professional tour Tom Hale. Tom Is the current coach of the Greek Maria, Sakari who is currently twenty in the world. Tom Tells all about his early days of tennis with his family relocated to IMG in Florida from the UK about training at IMG, and then onto his college scholarship pepperdine on eventually moving into the coach. Coach and world and how he got into coaching world. It's a fascinating fun story, and it's great to get inside the head of pro. Tour coaches before we get started especial thanks to our PODCAST, sponsors head who make our favorite rackets here at functional tennis okay. Here we go. Let's hear Tom. Story Hi Tom. Welcome to the functional tennis podcast. Thank you for having me. Great Avenue Board couch to speak to learn a bit of orbit. You have your such a young coach working with some. Some great players so tell before we get started. How has locked and being for you? Do you work with Maria carry has stopped being the communication on what she's working on. And all that side tanks. Yes, so I've honestly lost track of the days of what exactly I actually went into lockdown. As soon as I flew back from Indian wealth. That was a little bit before the official down in the UK. so I've been in lockdown for a while from Maria I think Greece. Greece Osa went into lockdown at around the same time as the UK it was only around two weeks ago where she actually started practicing again so I'd say kind of the way I was. It was more just kind of motivation for the last eight weeks and I know everyone's kind of going through the same Maria like. Let's just kind of take it one day at a time. We don't know when the toll is GONNA be returning Trans Focus on fitness home workouts. Do some sort of. The strategic videos things like that, but it's also. It's very difficult. I think at the same time mostly. Just having rest is good. I think players can get burnt out in the season so I honestly feel like the rest is perfectly fine. Marie actually started training again a couple of weeks ago. So now I'm not able to more of a tennis coach. You know planning the practices. In the UK I get out degrees to to help the. We have a hitting. You just kind of running through the program that I'm setting hone I. Think the a soon as she's been able to get back on court. Motivation is obviously increasing. It's still difficult because I. Don't think anybody has any idea of when tournaments are going to return. It's a tough tough times. Everyone the I think the fact that she's on call is is definitely helping as the, neither it's I've just been doing some homework outs some fitness trying to work on like a few little side projects that to be honest. I'm enjoying the timing because. Because my family because I'm on the road last last year on the road for forty two weeks in the year, so just to be able to spend more than two weeks in a row. My family I'm really trying to like make the most of that. Twelve forty two weeks is a lot and plus we're going to just talk a bit about your younger days. How you got into tennis moves to states. You've been away from your family for a long time. Now he has an factually I was I went to Orange Jakarta me when I was ten Ashleigh my family moved out with me, so I was within to. My family sacrificed lots in a even, though has kind of been all around the world. They have been with me. Notice the time. It's only really kind of skin since university when I went to tech when I kind of been a little bit more on my own. So the kind of it's kind of been kind the last I'd say seven years when I kind of maybe had a week with my parents here two weeks task three weeks like three weeks is like Tracy's, and that's like. The off season period. That's the most I get. That I'd say when I was like a junior and playing. I was lucky that my parents sacrificed law and Wherever I was training they. Relocated stop plays the that of makes it a lot easier when you relocate halfway across the world. What was it like moved? ten-year-old of IMG was like you just like I just WanNa be a pro tennis player and I need to be here. Was that decision you made? You told your parents I need to get over there or was that something that they came to you with the kind of good question. Because I remember when I was younger, I was always debating between a full tennis, I was very good. And I I remember having a fight with my my code because I like to play up front score. The goals kind of be like you know the one everybody loves. To strike exactly, and and then he we had some some problem in defense and I had play one game as a defender. Although it's a crew school position in football. US to to a ten year old. I'm just kind of just the back. Just waging I had I was playing on a very good team so I actually didn't have to do too much and I wanted to be kind of Indiaction, so that kind of slowly lost my. With the football, the sport I was playing at the time was also tennis and. I remember I would have problems of my school. They wouldn't allow me enough time to to go out to school to practice my tennis play football and I got kind of a stage I was dying to take. My parents actually really enjoy tennis I. I would love to try and become a professional, and I think my parents they. I, mean they. They battled with the schools to try and see if they could get me an extra hour alto, instead of doing he at school I could go, and do you know get some tennis lessons and it just? It proved to be too difficult. At the club that I was training at. K., Salahuddin at the time I'd actually been on a few camps to I N G Academy in Florida with the Celada and kind of junior program about ten fifteen years ago, there was some you know great. Junior junior players in the Birmingham area and I I just kind of under that kind of saints. My parents would be amazing if I could go train. IMG tennis would be so much better. and you know my parents took massive sacrifice, and and you know they let me. They gave me an opportunity to go and do it, and honestly it was the best decision. I made some tennis around that age at ten years old.
Minority-Owned Small Businesses Were Supposed To Get Priority. They May Not Have
"There's a big question looming over the paycheck protection program. The Gut the federal government set up that aid. Money is not reaching business owners of color Wi- NPR's Daniel Kurtzer looked into it. The first time Rosemary Borja applied for the small business relief loans. It didn't go well. She needed a loan for Neko Creative Minneapolis based which has created ad campaigns for brands like the NCAA final four. So she went to her. Credit Union should reach. But eventually I got through to someone and they emailed me back saying they can't process them because they don't process. Sba Loan I wasn't aware of that. Then after trying and failing it to other banks she managed to find one that was accepting applications from new customers and she quickly applied but the next week. I I got an email from them saying you know. The money's running out and then now just going to prioritize their clients that had boroughs before the Bulla has applied there again during the second round of funding but hasn't heard back yet but she could use the money and fast. Her team is currently working through the pandemic without pay we have a healthy pipeline coming into this year. As soon as this came Dow- everything went on hold and then disappear. Lawmakers set aside thirty billion dollars for smaller lenders with an aim of helping business owners of color like Boba but a new report from the small business. Administration's Inspector General found that minority owned businesses may not have received loans as intended because the agency didn't tell lenders to prioritize those borrowers. The cares act had rules specifically laying this out the report also recommended that the agency collects demographic information going forward. An additional problem for these owners is that they are more likely to be sole proprietors in other words. Their businesses are owned by one person. According to Ashleigh Harrington Senior Policy Counsel at the Center for responsible lending we're talking about businesses of color. Most of them are very small businesses so their sole proprietorship or they have left teams. Leave in fact more likely to be a sole proprietorship in any of the other. Small businesses budget has six people on her team. And they're all contractors making her business one of one person sole proprietorships. Some of those were only allowed to apply for P. P. Funds one week after other businesses that put them in the back of the line to get the money which ran out quickly during the first round in addition relationships with banks matter according to Michael Roth. He's managing partner at next street which works with local governments on small business policy. Black and Hispanic owned businesses because of their lack of access to capital from banks and financial institutions and friends and family are far more likely to use personal funds to finance their businesses. And generally. That's run out of you know personal checking accounts that could be a problem for some businesses in the program because some banks would only loan to people with business accounts so owners without those. Were shut out. The boy says that if she doesn't get the funding it won't take her business down completely but it could make life harder. The main thing that we're on the verge of losing is our office space. Yeah we won't go out of business but it's already hurt the contractors who rely on her for income one of my team members and taken a job with Amazon for example but but with still pushing to get business in for now. She says they're working on a new project to make sure health information about corona virus can reach poor and immigrant communities as well as communities of Color
Spotify will use everything it knows about you to target podcast ads
"This week. spotify launched a new advertising service called streaming ad insertion or Sai for short essay. I use customer data to target ads ads within its exclusive podcasts in a company blog post VP and head of global advertising business. Jay Richman said that this service is quote taking formats traditionally personally have been more of a static experience and making it a more personalized and attractive. One end quote that said in a story for the verge Ashleigh Carmen explains that while spotify's new technology algae breaks ground in the industry it also puts consumer privacy at risk quote. PODCASTS are sensitive listening data. The topics can be niche and revealing so users rightly might have privacy concerns about how what they consume. We'll be siphoned back into brands and quote says Carmen when Richmond was asked about these issues he responded that consumers members can opt out of data targeting. If you want more information on this topic head to the snacks daily podcast hosts Nick and Jack share some information about how the strategic added insertion will appear in your listening experience. You can find this information in there. Episode titled These Delivery Apps are like Mafia
You'd Probably Survive A Plane Crash
"Of set up this story real quick I got to say I was on an airplane last weekend. And there are some pretty rough turbulence, and you know, where my head jumps to. I don't know if this happens to you Ashleigh, you start to think, oh, you know, all the worst things are going to happen. Even though, you know, statistically flying on a plane is extremely safe relative to like riding in a car or anything. Sure. But when you're up there, it's like well who knows right? When you get that like, physical drop sense Asian, well, if you ever do find yourself in an airplane lake me having these irrational thoughts about something bad happening to you. I have some information that might make you feel a lot better. Even if you do find yourself in a plane crash. There's actually a pretty good chance. Oh survive. And I mean, a really. Pretty good chance. According to a report from the US National Transportation Safety board, the vast majority of passengers involved in a plane crash between nineteen eighty three and two thousand survived as in ninety five point seven percent made it through the crash pretty good odds. Right. And that's thanks to the engineering of the plane. It's many safety features and physics in general airplane manufacturers engineer, their vehicles, four crashes safety plane crash victims aren't plummeting to the ground in a free fall like a skydiver without a parachute. They're writing inside of giant tube of metal that's designed to maintain its integrity when it hits the ground during a crash landing even without their engines airplanes are aero-dynamics, and they'll glide to a crash landing at whatever angle they were in when their engines quit you can thank Newton's. I love motion for that one. By the way. If you're still paranoid about flying though. That's okay. There are a few things you can do to increase your chances of survival. Even further. The first one will require you to be okay with being one of the last ones off the plane. That's because a study by popular mechanics found that passengers in the rear are about forty percent more likely to survive a crash than those in front so much for first class and try to stay awake during takeoff and landing which are win the chances of a crash of the highest. Finally, if you do think, you're about to crash you should brace for impact since there is some evidence that could up your chances to whatever you do. Just remember the next time you fly you really should worry more about what to do on your vacation than how safe you'll be getting
Australian Open 2019: Ashleigh Barty
"The we in the most important for for the rest of this all four African Champions League games on Saturday ended in ho winds, ASEC mimosas, Mamelodi Sundowns and CS Costa tied all picking up three points. IS vehicle of the Congo though, called the biggest of the Wednesday. Thrashed Simba of Tanzania five nil. And in twenty four hours time, we'll know which two teams will be contesting this year's Super Bowl. The Los Angeles Rams take on the number one seeded saw the New Orleans Saints in the NFC championship game. Then in the AFC the Kansas City Chiefs and their quarterback. Patrick Mahomes will be up against the five time SuperBowl winner Tom Brady of the New England Patriots. Now hopes is already being talked about as the next Brady. He thinks that's going too far. I'm always strive to do the some of the things that he's done with the Super Bowls that he's won. I mean that's the ultimate goal. And he's he's not trying to pass pass the torch anytime soon. I mean, he's he's. Let at a high level this year, and I just keep playing at this level for at least another couple of years less. Patrick Mahomes from the Kansas City Chiefs. Thank you, very much Alicja more than seventy people are now known to have been killed in a fuel pipeline explosion in Mexico City. The governor of the state of Dow go has said that more bodies had been found at the site. Nearly eighty people were injured the accident happened as crowds of people from a local village filled up containers with fuel to use in their vehicles or sell on on the black market. Yohan Grillo is a writer and journalist based in Mexico City. So there's there's been a lot of video right before the explosions seeking Sita situation, quite clearly and some people in this community classes community drew the whole in the gasoline pipeline. And the gasoline petrol was exploding out people were lining up. Hundreds of people were. Are lining up to fill cans of petrol. So it kind of looting of the oil pipeline. And somehow it was satellite. Maybe somebody had a cigarette or whatever. I'm the explosion happened there and all these tragic deaths. Many people were killed it must have been a huge explosion. Yes. Video of this mushroom cloud gonna it's not the first time. This happened repeatedly in Mexico colored various times these things where you see that these fob who's down through housing areas ruled tragic. This is the problem when people drill holes in pixel pipelines in crude oil pipelines and gasoline pipelines is incredibly dangerous, and unfortunately, there's been people grilling housing pipelines across Mexico in the thousands. Because you bought this crazy wave of oil factors been growing and growing in recent years, and they must know the risks. They're taking yet. There's an an all the time the cruise stealing oil involve actually workers will ex will workers most of the time. They're more professional than this. They'll drill often to one hole to pump oil out of them one whole to pump water or something into equalize it and then patch up afterwards as this is spreading common people realize something easily we can do we can make money you've got people doing. And in this case it wasn't like normal theft. It was like a looting of. Of the oil pipeline clearly a crackdown. That's going on on oil theft isn't working in Mexico. The crackdown by president Andrew. Is facing enormous challenges. He's only been in power for a month and a half only really been running this crackdown for couple of weeks. Now, you've seen the oil theft growing massively when you go back ten years, and it was a problem. Then you could see this problem Graham now how come the Mexican government is letting drug cartels star stealing large amounts of well, that's not gonna end well and is getting bigger and bigger we will see a way to make money. So where you get thousands and thousands of points where the pipelines of being stolen from where they're being people drilling into them. So it isn't generally speaking, desperate individuals driven by poverty in rural Mexico. This is an organized thing and the prophets are going to too big criminals. Yeah. The organized crime networks crew many people from poor areas. When you go to poor villages many inmates. We have organized crime. There you go to get to areas in Mexico slum areas, you have organized crime recruiting. There is poverty and inequality mass opposite key part of the organized crime. But it's a of I think it was simplistic way desperation is a breakdown of law and order in a span of crime in the country, which is being gone on for years. And that's why you have one hundred fifty thousand organized crime related deaths over the last decade Mexico. That was Yohan Grillo who's a freelance writer and journalist reports for us regularly from Mexico and Mexico City in particular. You're tuned to the BBC World Service. This is weekend names. Paul Hanley obviously.
The brain-breaking backstory to the 'House on a Rock'
"Today. We wrote about a place called the house on the rock. It's a tourist spot about an hour west of medicine, Wisconsin open to the public in nineteen fifty nine and Ashley and I have both been there separately. And just wow, it's I cannot explain it to anyone and we're going to try do you like it? I love it. It takes four hours to get through the whole thing. And when you exit you feel like your brain has turned to mush did you have that experience I came out and angry person hated every second Theo's there. It is a nightmare. Oh my God. I couldn't handle it. So you're going to get two very different very different experiences. From from Ashley here's the history of the house on the rock, or at least what we know about it. It was built by a guy named Alex Jordan junior, but his origins are a bit mysterious in some versions of the story. He started his project is kind of a spite house after he had an unpleasant encounter with the legendary architect. Frank, Lloyd Wright, and Frank Lloyd Wright had an iconic home about ten minutes away from the house on the rock in other versions of the story. Jordan had more vague explanation for his creation, quote, one thing just sort of led to another unquote either way, Alex Jordan lived there for about fifty years, the house sits on deer shelter rock, which is a massive stone column that rises up from the Woodland's all around it. The mansion contains fourteen rooms and they get progressively weirder. And when we save room talking about like your living room, some of these rooms are really very large. He started enlarge comfortable rooms filled with massive, fireplaces and chandeliers hanging over dimly lit chambers. Then the quote unquote, adventure begins the affinity room is next and it sets the tone for the rest of the experience. This is the room. I thought was kind of cool simple cool. It's two hundred eighteen feet long and tapers to a single point one hundred fifty six feet above the forest floor. So it creates the illusion that the walls extend into attorney picture, basically, a long triangle jotting out from this house and the point of the triangle is just hanging with no support just in the middle of the air above a forest, which is kind of terrifying. So then you go deeper into the house and you'll find a massive indoor carousel aglow with twenty thousand lights and one hundred eighty two chandeliers, then there's the anti gun collection the music of yesterday room filled with old fashioned instruments and automated musical devices and the Dollhouse room boasting literally thousands of miniature figures among the cannonball powered clock. And the two story. Rube Goldberg machine, you cannot tell what's real. And what isn't here's another fund? Fact, the house claims the indoor carousel is the largest carousel on the world. But the truth behind that is unclear at best some of the NT guns in the anti gun collection are real, but others are just guns. Alex Jordan had made in an old fashioned style. And I'm just going to put this out there Ashleigh, why is there a two hundred foot long seem monster hovering above a gigantic room. Among literally, hundreds of model ships and looking glasses and other nautical fem- stuff to break, your brain. Of course, it is crane breaking so possibly the most bizarre place you'll ever see. Maybe a love it. Maybe it'll be a living nightmare. Please. Let us know. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
"ashleigh" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Hang out together. A lot. And you know, they're they're motivated on the academic side of things. I think just with cross country and track going through like all the daily grind, the hard workouts, the lifting everything else that brings you close together. And when people are positive about it and not dwelling on the morning early and being tired more like being excited that there a student athlete, and he has opportunity which is kind of where our team mentality is at now, then it just feeds on itself brings you closer. Yes. And so last question for you because we've mentioned grit regionals is next week. I speak to a little bit of the Justice that you the team might be making coming off of gliac. So you mentioned Ashleigh. Obviously had a hell of a performance last week. It's incredible. The shame pass so many people in the last kilometer, but finishing fourth obviously. But both teams in general, and you mentioned that actually didn't even feel that great. So I'm sure that's true. For some of the other runners kind of what adjustments in what the approaches for regional? Yeah. On the women's side. I see we came off the race not feeling like everyone had raised that. Well, there are now out of like big high fives and hugs and super happy faces. Even though we knew we were probably fourth. We found out. We were very close to getting third. So they're excited about about regionals. And coming out and having raised for everything hopefully clicks been close during the season. We haven't had one meat were really everything clicks for our top five or seven runners on the same day. If that happens, we think qualified for nationals is a realistic goal on the men's side, we being so young will be a little bit of a tactical early in the race at conference. We weren't expecting the pace to out really fast, which it did at the front and our guys held back. Maybe a little bit too much. And let a big gap between some of the other teams in us. We're probably in.
"ashleigh" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham
"Let's move on. Hi ashleigh. My name's Nicole. I love love. Love your podcast. I have a question. I'm a mom. I have thirteen year old daughter. She's almost fourteen. I've always been a big girl. It's taken me before five. Now, it's taken me a long time to be okay with that my daughter's not, she's a she's absolutely beautiful. But I noticed that even though she is perfect. For her age. She's thin. She's letting she does every, you know, she's just gorgeous. She does worry about what she looks like. And I know it's the age. But how do I help her be, okay? With who she is. And not worry about you know, how her size are or how what her chest looks like what her waist looks like in that. She doesn't fit what she thinks. Enormous. Thanks that session question. I just say like kudos to you for wanting to be better for your daughter and wanting her to be able to come talk to you and love the skin that she's in. It sounds like to me that possibly could be wrong. But I don't know because it just something kind of click there for me is that you're putting some of your insecurities that maybe you did have maybe still have about being a curvy woman onto your daughter, regardless of her size. And if you said ever and front of her ever in in her life. I don't like the way I look. I feel fat. I am fat. I need to be on a diet. I hate my thighs. I hate my breasts look at my but all my God. I'm so I'm so big if you said any of those things or in that realm than it got in her head because she knows she's your daughter. She knows she's a product of you. So in order to be a product view, she's going to have the same issues as you do. So she's gonna take on all of that. And something that my mom did was she actually never said any of that stuff in front of us. And I don't know if she was cognizant of it or not. But I never heard her say that she was going to go on a diet or that. She hated who she was on the area. So it changed it never. I never had to change. My perception of who. I was because I always knew who I was because my mother made it very clear who she was. So I wonder if there's a way that you can kind of reverse that and maybe walk around the house in a little less clothing and talk about how much you love your thighs. I don't know there's there's gotta be something or really just starting to spark. The conversation with your daughter because something else that was really healing for me was just having open honest conversations with my mom and being like, well, what did you do when a guy wanted to sleep with you? But you knew he wasn't the one or what did you do when you when I lost your virginity? Like, what was it? Like, I mean, my mom was the best person to ask that because she waited until she was married to have sex. But like I ended up having these conversations with my mom that I wish we would have had when I was younger because I think that it would have changed now. Yeah. Not now. But like, you know, tiny ten years ago when I was twenty one because you know, she knew that I was getting married soon. And and I was a won't even more of a woman. But those really something to be said about having these open conversations with your kids because you really get to have bega to let their insecurities come out and away that you would have never been able to get them. To talk about if you didn't bring it up or in a tunnel. What do you think? I agree. I mean that what you just said about talking here. Parents the whatever your mom or whoever's taking care of you ever raised. You is so important like, I mean, my mom nine. No, even though my mom did the same thing would never say anything negative about herself. So I'm like on 'perfect. That's correct. So it's just like that's how it is..
Why'd You Push That Button returns for a third season
"In the latest pod news, hey, there this is Ashleigh, Carmen. This is Caitlin. Tiffany, we host. Why'd you? I? That button the verge show about all the decisions. Technology forces us to make you push that button. A podcast, examines the way technology influences are thinking, changes are behavior affect. Our social lives is returning for a third series. Why bother with podcasting when you can just Facebook live, Paul Culligan checks the stats, average consumption for podcasting, he discovers his much much better. Facebook is making TV show with Jessica Bill based on line town. Bill is playing the part of Lima haddock the podcasts host and journalist in Los Angeles, New fronts, west contained announcements from the Los Angeles Times and Gandhari media group about new podcast from them. Poltrak heaven ounce, their top US podcast publishers for September twenty eighteen the listing for this American life and cereal is up seventeen million, which would indicate that. Cereal which launched on September. Twentieth is responsible for about one point, seven million downloads at day. The third coast international audio festival have posted the winners of their awards. One of the most talked about podcasts. He recorded a podcast movement. Whiskey cast has announced a partnership with premium Irish whiskey, brand writers, tears. The company will sponsor a section of the podcast for the next year planet podcasting, Australia's largest independent podcast network has signed with TRITON digital to deliver and monetize that podcast content and a Sifi audio. Drama tides is currently raising money for a second series through indigo,
Karen and Georgia cover the murder of BBC reporter Jill Dando
"April twenty-sixth. Nineteen ninety nine. It's a rare day off for Joe. She wakes up at Alan's house. She doesn't live there officially her house on the market, but she stays most nights with Allen, and he lives in Chizik which is in London, and she left around seven or eight to run some errands. She feels upper guesting. She goes to the market and of course in London there but a everywhere. So they can kind of track where she goes. And then she heads back to her house around eleven thirty in the morning to grab some crap parks car on the street, which I'm sure I was thinking about, like even when you're a fucking famous newscaster you don't have parking in London. That's just how life is they don't. They just don't have it sucks. And then she walks towards her front door, her little Victorian terraced home. So it's essentially just like a block of these cute British houses. It's like this little two story, Victorian era with a little gate at the front, a tiny little. Patio yard kind of thing. So fifteen minutes later, a passing neighbor named Helen Dogo who was on she was friendly with Joel. She saw jails car was there. So she's walking by jill's house and she looks over to be like, what's up? How are you? Whatever. So she looks over and into jill's yard as she's passing by and notices that the walkway by the door Djilas slumped against her door frame, and Helen sees blood pooling around her and Helen notices so much blood that initially she thought Jill had been stabbed and based on what she could see, which wasn't too far up the walkway. She concludes at jobs already dead, whoa. So she does. She's must be into true crime because she's like, I don't want to disturb the crime scene yet. She sees that the gate is closed, which is weird. And so she doesn't go in. She calls -mergency services right away. Let's them know what's going on. Let some who the victim is. Police arrive at the scene soon after and jill's body is airlifted to the hospital. So it's determined that Jill associated walked per walkway and reaches into her bag to grab her house keys. When at that moment someone approaches her from behind forces her to her knees and shot a single bullet at her left temple just behind her ear, execution style in broad fucking daylight. Eleven thirty in the morning and this like busy neighborhood. Yep. Execution-style shoots one of the most famous news casters in London, England, excuse me. She's a Jill down officially pronounced dead at one three PM. So forensic investigators swept the scene for evidence. They didn't find anything except for a single bullet casing. It was the type that came from a rare nine millimeter semi automatic Browning pistol and Judah strain in nature of the casing. It had like some scratches and some weird stuff on it. Investigators, the killer had like fucked with the gun to make it different somehow, and again was never found and that they had made the gun ultra the gun specifically for that murder. So whatever what followed is one of the largest and most expensive police investigations ever to take place in Britain. So Jill Dana's neighbor, Richard Hughes. So they had no evidence at all. The only thing they can do is get I witness testimony. They the neighbor, Richard Hughes described how he so he had heard a woman scream. He said it sounded more like the woman had been surprised, not scared. He said it looked gouge room window and saw a man between thirty and forty years old and an average height and moving briskly towards full him palace road and see TV footage shows a speeding blue Range Rover right after the murder and a similar car seen parked illegally on Jill St. that morning. There's also a photo of a well-dressed man sweating at a bus stop on his cell phone, near the murder scene shortly after the shooting as well. But outside of these sightings which are so random and might have nothing to fucking do with murder, police aren't able to find any other reliable witness accounts.
"ashleigh" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"My mother, right the same thing that lover, but I've had to this point of my mother very off track of what we're talking about. But in order for me to just become comfortable. Again, my mother has been lovingly, my whole life, say my mother. What it hardest things that you're gonna die. Right? So I've ran through my head already even went to my mother's funeral. My right, so, but just to, but just to process that into not have. Four to be real to be my mind. Right? Because these are some of your biggest fears. Preparation. If coming from your mother's get Notre before you mother's getting older, I'm getting older. Your daughter's getting older. You ladies getting donor. So to become comfortable with death in myself to come comfortable with talking about deaf to my daughter, to come comfortable with talking about it Ashleigh to talk about preparation to talk about stuff this. This is how detach myself from people in a in a way that doesn't hinder me with how deal with him are tired of our finite. You are self as mortal and we have our selves as I may not be here next week now that's not that's not more bid. That's just the truth. This next week is true, but I think Dilling what it allows you to be free apps so like like, so. So now we're talking about the the natural process of life and everybody who we talking about a rather, you talking about blinking and you talking about these great authors, these people have passed on lived on and doing something, but now we're talking about how you live, right? It don't matter about no fucking thing that you have even though we want nice things right. It comes down to your contributions to life. And I think if we get back to why we started to podcast is just your contributions to.
"ashleigh" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"You should bring change because the fast lane isn't working back to you ashleigh that was amazing this quote this is a risk going into a rose ceremony with a track suit on but this is the time to put it all out on the line halley al you got eliminate oh dammit garrett that was nick oh big week for john how do you eliminate a track sue she didn't eliminate him that roseira monia it was the next one when he didn't wear directed acted once you wear tracksuit your tracks guy you better rock that tracksuit or elevate every rose ceremony following he was in a regular back to a suit yeah of course are getting eliminated idiot silly silly when did you see run dmc and a suit never tracksuit once you go tracksuit you never go back soon big week for your boy john that mr van mo he lives in a lumberjack challenge and crushed it he wanna golden axe was a big deal job book i'm saying he won a golden ex yeah did he won't that probably would have just taken a rose he did get one of those eventually hale gave him an axe made of goal yeah they had like a lumberjack challenge and he in becka gave out with her mvp award and she gave it to john this show is admittedly stupider if you don't watch it it it's pretty dumb even when you know i used to be like no crisis watch it i swear but hearing you recap everything i'm like what my listeners felt before the bigger more the biggest controversy is jean blank said he was falling in love with becca and she's like now we're not on the same page see later and then as they're walking out he's like i didn't actually mean that why why'd you say then what you wanted to hear and so she real free she freaked out time good what she say to which saito him she was she basically almost worse that way yeah i'd rather you love me then be telling me you love me because you think that's what i wanna hear now your extra limited right now i'm gonna make bruisers go back and scrub through and take out all footage if you ever even being on the show because queue here for the wrong reason wrong it's wrong est reasons yeah i like that you call it a controversy controversially on the controversial i thought one time we're going to gloss over me mr now we do that no got keep you on your toes and that was your bachelorette update the that that what was that song played dopp is that like twenty twenty i recognized that was the abc news breaking sounder yeah the thought very brand abc all right we're going to get to one more voicemail right dopp i know we went long but that's fine we got time right happens here we got time we're going.
'Bachelor in Paradise' stars Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon are engaged
"To the tpc twin cities in blaine it'll be for a new fedex cup season events starting next summer so we're going to getting nice golf game here right in the twin cities very exciting news just announced this morning ashleigh i could nettie and jared haibin from the bachelor in paradise well it was announced this morning they are engaged the news was confirmed of hyman getting down on one knee and according to people the reality star pop the question in mexico during the upcoming fifth season of bachelor in paradise so looks like we got stay tuned for that and it looks like ted cruz and jimmy kimmel ara trending they played a little basketball game it was called the blob fish basketball classic and it looked like a ted cruz beat jimmy kimmel eleven to nine in a two hour one on one match that they agreed to abbreviate over the weekend at texas southern university neither appeared cable reaching the fifteen points needed to win so very exciting news that's what's trending mytalk right now and now taking a look at your channel five news weather forecast for today a lot cooler than the weekend high of seventy five low of sixty two with some late rain and then tomorrow mostly cloudy high seventy eight low of sixty three currently it's sixty eight degrees and we've got some isolated showers and thunderstorms here at mytalk now you know what we now see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com.
French Open women's draw -- Simona Halep wins first-round match
"And four will be in washington on saturday and monday tennis french open underway the skies finally brightened a little bit in paris on the women's side serena williams got her comeback started by beating kristina plus a six and four she'll face seventeen seat ashleigh barty of australia in the second round thirty gardenia mugabe rousseau in straightsets yesterday other winners included americans bethany matic sands and taylor townsend as well as maria sharapova number one simona halep laser first round match this morning against american allison risk while number two caroline wozniacki at number four elite lena have second round matches today over on the men's side top seed and defending champion rafael nadal needed two days and a tiebreaker to complete a straight set win over simone bolelli adele now eighty and to all time in matches at roland garros number three see marin sillage also won in straight sets us winners included nine see john is ner and steve johnson while fourteen seed jack sock took a powder in five sets to seeds alexander's era of and four c grigory dmitrov will play their second round matches this morning golf the pga tour will be at the memorial at dublin ohio that'll be teeing off just about this time tomorrow morning nfl organized team activities continue training camps just about two months away ncwa baseball tournament begins friday at sixteen regional sites the women's college world series for softball starts tomorrow in oklahoma city the top eight teams are there including a number one seed oregon and the two time defending champions from the university of oklahoma that is wednesday.
"ashleigh" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"Well you know i haven't really made me the offer yet and it's like you know if you're forced in a situation to find good people you will find good people you just have to put yourself in that situation in say to yourself i need someone good i need someone i can trust that does quality work in i can rely on that person and then you'll find the person i think when people are first getting started they don't realize it's not gonna be that hard the whole time so when you're new like we just described all the people you have on your team and to someone who has done this they're like how am i gonna find all that right so that's why you go really slow because it takes you a lot of time to find a contractor to find a lender to find someone to get you deals to get your name out there too these attorneys that are bringing you deals but then it's kind of like you're wandering through the desert and you found this well whether it's water and you don't have the wonderful for it anymore you just go right to it every time you need it and you start growing and growing as you find new wells as you walk through this and now like man i know exactly where to go when i need this thing or i know where i went last time how i found it i'm gonna find it quicker this time because i learned something so every time you become more efficient and that's why the stack works because you can go from two to four to eight to sixteen because you're getting better at what you do as you go through time you decide to that so good ashleigh that that's how it works to be successful and that's why persistence is so important because if you think it's you're going to quit if you think it's always gonna be that hard but the longer you stick with it the easier it becomes and then the more fun you have in the more profit you make you guys are doing incredible on these deals you're getting can you tell us a little bit about how you're designing what to do in the flip how you're picking out the materials kind of like what your edge is on why you're doing so good on these homes.
"ashleigh" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Yup i'm not one of those weirdos with movies that's like no my all time favorite changes based on my mood i loved super troopers schubert shippers is one of the most rewatch able movies and every time you watch it you're like shh that's another part i just didn't even notice last time i watched it like it took me about three watches to realize the funniest part is when he's like that gigantic candy you don't even notice that part the i five times you watch it it's so good anyway we're going to talk to them about that i'm really excited about it but i i'm even more excited guys we gotta talk about hotel tonight and how how are we going to talk about that ashleigh when the spin the wheel well about the wheel we the wheel is currently under construction next week so i would like if you could if you could do this this rita is if you were bill building deal so you're you're constructing it physically so you know your brain's going because you've got to figure out what goes where but you're you're you're physically building building it to sell it's almost as if our been training for this by playing so much for what they say pay attention slipped right past he's playing furner cell phone right yeah yeah yeah okay so i am this is we're going to talk about outreach i mean we're going to talk about tonight as if i am building the wheel for the very meta.