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Fresh "Ashley" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Ashley" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"In the town of only on Friday afternoon The tornado damage fast started in the 3600 block of Todd's berry lane where a large limb was torn down damaging vehicles parked in the driveway of a residence National weather service says the tornado then lifted before concentrated damage at the end of Todd's Barry lane in and around the cul de sac then doing damage on Queen Elizabeth drive Drone footage provided by the Montgomery county office of emergency management and Homeland Security confirmed the linear damage path along with other trees that were topped in the vicinity of that path Lawmakers nationwide are grappling with gun laws and what to do next in the wake of the Texas school shooting So what are the laws and efforts to stop mass shootings in our area Lifting the minimum age for purchase and possession to 21 is something we need to seriously talk about Doctor Cassandra crevasse from Johns Hopkins center for gun violence solutions says age may be a factor as both shooters from buffalo and uvalde were 18 Another solution to gun violence may be permits to purchase that track buyers and sellers Maryland already has it Law enforcement has more time to check records and then the purchaser is issued a license and they must show that bab of license to anyone that they want to buy a firearm from Magazines that hold more than ten rounds of ammunition are banned in D.C. and in Virginia guns are barred from government buildings Gigi Barnett WTO P news West Virginia man sentenced to life in prison for the murder of two people in Montgomery county It's been hard for both families Susan Dickinson's daughter Ashley was murdered four years ago A judge has now sentenced Gregory.

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How the Heck Did Chris Stigall Lose 90 Pounds?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | Last week

How the Heck Did Chris Stigall Lose 90 Pounds?

"Let's reach out to the man that keeps Philadelphia seen every single morning. A.m. 9 90s, the answer we call him crystal, but I'm not sure he is because I see this svelte individual is fit individual. He doesn't have the COVID extra 30 pounds. Is that really Chris? Brother, it is. It's me 90 less these days. I've got it. I'm trying to show off. I'm trying to strutting around the world. I went to a awards ceremony last night and people said, you look good. Yeah, 26 pounds. That's how good I look. And then you say yes. A small man on you like I was. I mean, I was a husky fella, you know that. You had, you know, you got what, a couple of pounds to lose. And you look great. I was, I was getting into that sort of, I don't know. You could have had a guy wires attached to me and entered me in as afloat in the Macy's day parade. I was getting that size. All right, before we talk about disgusting things like politics, let's share our happiness at what we've both done. I'm the amateur, you're the pro. I did this with amazing woman doctor Ashley Lucas at PhD weight loss and nutrition. My wife and I, 5 weeks, 26 pounds for me, 18 for her with super happy guys if you're interested, I'll give you the details later. How the hell did you lose 90 pounds, dude? I mean, I could plug him if you want me to. Yes, he's also a waiter. That's true. All right. His next doctor Rick tagg, TA GUE, doctor Rick tag at a place called the center for nutrition. And my old stomping grounds and my kind of original hometown of the Kansas City metro area. Doctor tig is spectacular. He put me on a weight loss program and I dropped 90 pounds from January to October of last

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An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

"We had a just a tragedy that I couldn't share with you on the air because the family didn't know. All the family members weren't notified apparently. But I was in Dallas for I'm still in Dallas one more day here in Dallas, and then I'm flying back to Florida today. After performing in a musical and it was a great success, we had great response. I had a blast, played suitless, finding the app on the way to the forum. The day we opened, which was Thursday, the morning of our opening, our 31 year old production stage manager, a beautiful young woman named Ashley Ashley Schneider, who we all adored. She was just a pro, just wonderful to deal with. Heck, she texted me Wednesday night. Well, she died Thursday morning unexpectedly. And you talk about something that brings a company of 40 or 50 people who are working on a project closer together in grief and shock, I mean, one minute she's with us and laughing and vibrant vibrant and just full of life and her husband of four months. I know, I know. Horrifying. Her husband of four months finds her unresponsive in bed, the morning of our opening. And you talk about a tough thing to go through for these young people in this production and since I was the lead in the show and kind of the anchor of the whole production, the producers actually reached out to me and told me about it early in the day, but they didn't want to tell the cast. Because they were afraid the cast, first of all, they weren't able to confirm it exactly. It's a whole

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Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service

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Project Veritas: Whistleblower Troubled With the Direction of the FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Project Veritas: Whistleblower Troubled With the Direction of the FBI

"Here is the FBI whistleblower talking to project veritas after they got a hold of Ashley Biden's diary and had an FBI raids at their homes after that Alleging that this was political And he also says that the vast majority of FBI agents are troubled by the direction the agency is taking Gosh I hope we're going to hear from more whistleblowers than coming up here Check this out Going down to sentinel tags This was chosen by the people who opened up this case They had to specifically list the threat tags that they wanted to identify The intelligence investigation is meant for information That doesn't require that you've done anything wrong with dialog That's the governing dynamic for the FBI One paragraph justification for spying on anyone It's one of the few parts of the entire public document that you see that will be redacted It's truly an incredible amount of power If used wrong What do you hope comes from your endeavor to be here and say all this I would hope that we could end up with a nonpartisan law enforcement agency in this country that's not doing things that seem to be inappropriate Just you doing the job that you're told following those orders is to maintain your paycheck and your pension that gives you the Holocaust So then you end up with somebody who's willing to do something that maybe compromises their ethics Yeah Yeah you're right And thank you to that whistleblower for speaking up

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Ashley Judd talks about mental health after mother's death

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ashley Judd talks about mental health after mother's death

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Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

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Mainstream Meeting Is Obsessed Over Leaked Kevin McCarthy Tape

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | Last month

Mainstream Meeting Is Obsessed Over Leaked Kevin McCarthy Tape

"Thing the mainstream media is obsessed with these days, if you look over at MSNBC or CNN, and I did, big mistake. They are fixated on this audio tape and a book by a couple of New York Times reporters hoping to continue to stir and spotlight divisiveness among the Republicans because Kevin McCarthy was on the phone with Liz Cheney two days after January 6th. And Kevin McCarthy on tape said he was going to suggest that president Trump resign. Which is, of course, absurd. He had a few days left in his presidency as my friend Mark likes to say, January 6th, 8 some people's brains. Some people became consumed with confusion, lack of focus, and you know, we've seen the images of legislators with gas masks on hiding under tables in the chamber of the House, the barricades that were put up. We saw the video of Ashley babbitt shot dead by a capitol police officer who was thoroughly exonerated in shooting and killing her. But they had a big pile of chairs, I think we ought to take a little bit of time to have a bit of compassion for how that messed with people's heads.

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Ashley Varner: Freedom Foundation Fights for Public Sector Employees

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Ashley Varner: Freedom Foundation Fights for Public Sector Employees

"Wanted and I want to do this little better now. I forgot to tell us about freedom foundation and how y'all working out because I think it really works very much into what we're talking about right here. I think it does as well, Doug. The freedom foundation is a national organization where a nonprofit group and all we do every day is strive to make sure that public sector employees know that they have a right not to pay union dues. They don't have to be a union member as a condition of employment. That is a fairly new affirmed right by the Supreme Court. They only, they only got the affirmation of the Supreme Court that they didn't have to be a union member in 2018. So for about 44 years prior to that, they could literally be fired from their job. As a public sector employee paid by you and me the taxpayers, if they didn't want to pay union dues. And so the unions could force them to be fired. They can't do that anymore, but who's going to tell them the unions aren't going to tell them they don't have to be a member. Their government employers isn't going to tell them they don't have to be a member. So the freedom foundation we've really taken that as our mantle. That is the one thing that we focus on. And we have helped over a 110,000 people since 2018, leave their government employee unions and stop paying dues to an agenda that only goes one way. And I'll be honest, we even, it's not just that we reach out to conservative minded folks. We reach out to everyone. We just want every public employee to know you can keep that money for yourself. You don't have to pay the labor leaders lavish lifestyles and left as politics. But we even hear from Democrats who say, you know, I really appreciate that. I might choose to give to this campaign on my own, but I don't want the union doing it with my money with my paycheck. I'd rather keep that paycheck and decide how much I want to give. So we work with people across the political spectrum, they just say, you know what? I don't really think that my union is representing me all that well, or I don't really understand why they're getting involved in all of these political things. They're supposed to be dealing with wages and labor and hours and things like that.

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Ashley Varner: Totalitarian Liberals Are Threatened by Dissenters

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

Ashley Varner: Totalitarian Liberals Are Threatened by Dissenters

Ashley Varner's Start in Politics, Protesting Against Professors

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Ashley Varner's Start in Politics, Protesting Against Professors

"Protesting outside your professor's houses? Was that the way I interpreted that? Well, no, we were on campus, but we were right across the street from our professors protesting. Yeah, I've been involved in politics from a young age. I think my mother for that. She had Rush Limbaugh on in the house every day from the time I was 9 years old. I was listening to him, so I knew that I wanted to go into politics. I thought that I wanted to get out of Missouri for a while at saint Joseph was a small town for me at the time, and I just couldn't wait to get to Washington D.C.. Just as an aside, Doug now when I explain the difference between saint Joseph, Missouri and Washington, D.C. to each other, I say the difference is when you meet someone new in Washington, D.C., they ask, what do you do? And they are sizing you up to see, are you worth my time? And when you're in Missouri, and you meet someone new and they ask, what do you do? They mean, do you hunt? Do you fish? Do you have a boat? What do you do? So that's the very stark difference between the two and I appreciate Missouri more and more as long as I've lived in the swamp, but I got involved in politics. I campaigned with my local Republican Party in the 1996 elections. I've still in high school, I went to college Republicans at the university of Missouri. I was the chairman of mizu college Republicans when 9 11 happened. And we got flyers. We saw flyers up around campus that two weeks after 9 11, there were going to be protests against any war, you know, food not bombs, and it was led by our professors in the political science department. So as chairman of college Republicans, I said, nope, let's get together. We're going to have campaign sign making party pizza and we're going to make signs patriotic messages, God love our troops,

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More People Were Killed During BLM Riots Than Jan. 6 Protest

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 2 months ago

More People Were Killed During BLM Riots Than Jan. 6 Protest

"A heck of a lot more people were killed during the BLM antifa riots, the January 6th. Because as we know, only Ashley babbitt was killed on January 6th. That's it. It's a fact that nobody else died as a direct response or directly involving the January 6th riots only Ashley babbitt. Officer sicknick died the day after the riots of, according to the medical examiner, natural causes. You can pretend that he had some kind of a medical episode because he was stressed about the attacks. That's a lie. According to the medical examiner, the other people, the other several people who died, they had medical conditions and they died of natural causes. Only Ashley babbitt was killed. So nobody was killed. On January 6th, except the Trump supporter by capitol police officer. That's it. So when people argue, we want to accountability. What accountability what media figure and I know of personally, I know media figures whose phone records have been subpoenaed by the January 6th select committee. I know people who are being hauled before their committee. They were there that day, they want accountability. What media figures being held responsible or accountable for the BLM rights.

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What Is So Significant in Ashley Biden's Diary? James O'Keefe Answers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 2 months ago

What Is So Significant in Ashley Biden's Diary? James O'Keefe Answers

"James, so I know you got to be careful the way you answer this. But what is in the diary? Why is, why are the most powerful people in the world so worried this is going to become public? You know, I was on Sean Hannity show this week and Sean wanted me to speak about what's in the diary. And I've made the decision not to do that. And people can criticize me for that. Well, I'm not I'm sure they will. But I've made the journalistic decision that I'm not going to opine about what's in this material. There's some private things that have occurred. She talks about her father in a relationship with her father, but I have not been able to corroborate whether that happened or so I don't want to speak to that. I think I'd rather focus on what I think is the much bigger existential issue here that has come from this, which is the espionage from the federal government against a media court. As you rightfully point out, it's beyond espionage. It's CIA level intelligence operation where they spy on you and then they raid you to create to get the information in a legal way. I mean, this is just like something out of a bad 1980s. Yeah, so, you know, I want everyone to recognize and realize that there are legit criminals right now that are trafficking guns, children that are doing the most heinous things imaginable, and the southern district New York is too busy sending secret warrants under gag orders and then later raiding the apartments of journalists

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A Shocking Account of the Regime's Assault With James O'Keefe

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 2 months ago

A Shocking Account of the Regime's Assault With James O'Keefe

"With us right now is James O'Keefe from project veritas who is in the middle of one of the most revealing stories I think in a generation when it comes to press freedom and government overreach James, welcome back to the program. Charlie, great to be with you. So James, if I'm reading the reports correctly and I've watched some of your media interviews, it seems as if the Department of Justice, the organization that has the power to lock people in jail for the rest of their life secretly and illegally access to your emails. Is that correct? That's correct, Charlie. They issued secret warrants against Microsoft and got access to our emails, including emails, 8 months prior before we ever heard out about this diary, this Ashley Biden, Joe Biden's daughter's diary, the whole pretense for this for all of this. It was apparently that we came in possession of the president's daughter's diary. This is the first time we've ever heard of the feds having jurisdiction in an issue involving an abandoned diary. And of course, as you all know, journalists have a right to receive information from a source. So source sends us the diary. We actually paid for the rise to it, but we never published it. For a couple of different reasons. So now we found out that the feds were surveilling us and spying on us and issuing this is crazy, by the way. I know it's hard to shock people these days, but this is the biggest of bridgman on freedom of the press in the history of the United States. The feds issued a gag order against Microsoft from telling anybody even after the FBI raided my

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Caller: Democrats Are Colludiing With the Media

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Caller: Democrats Are Colludiing With the Media

"Sir So Mark what I wanted to talk about is mainly like concern that I had that you see a more and more every day that the Democrats have basically built an infrastructure and they're building upon it that is collusion with the media with culture with big tech with all these companies that it's an infrastructure that's going to be able to derail any single Republican administration in the future And I really hope that on day one Republicans are able to tackle this So what I want to see Mark is number one I want to see the whistleblower testifying in public with every single former member of president Trump's National Security Council and also Adam Schiff's staff that they were colluding with They need to be testifying into the investigated day one Also all these companies that are saying that Republican administrations on the governor level that these states are racist saying that the voter integrity law There's something wrong with that that it's anti minorities in Georgia whether don't see gay Bill in Florida You know what CEOs They need to be brought in front of Congress and just debate What provision specifically do you have a problem with explain and defend your position Because they're effectively blackmailing Republican states and acting as an armored Democrat party And then what's even worse is that look what's happening with James O'Keefe and project veritas The FBI is acting like basically the German Gestapo for Joe Biden right Going after them because of Ashley Biden's diary and all the information coming out from that And then what's even worse today which is broken the last hour and a half They're now exposing text messages of clarence Thomas wife which is outrageous I mean you want to call because Venice to be put a stop to this because of Democrats they're not going to stop They're going to get even worse and worse Now that they know they're going to be losing power And I really hope that day one Republicans they respond in kinds that never allow this behavior to happen Let me

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James O'Keefe: Government Silenced Microsoft to Inform of Spying

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 2 months ago

James O'Keefe: Government Silenced Microsoft to Inform of Spying

"Do you know to this day what emails were turned over to the government by Microsoft We don't know that we believe all of them They had attained all these emails And again 8 month prior to us even learning about the diary and doing some reporting again we didn't publish this Ashley Biden diary I thought the time I couldn't corroborate it But what's most troubling about this development And this is an extraordinary series of events for the Department of Justice to spy on journalists Is that after the special master was appointed by this article three judge in New York in December the article three judge cited journalistic privilege First Amendment issues then the government went back to Microsoft and tried to get a continuance on this gag order This is USC 27 O 5 to prevent Microsoft from telling us a journalism organization that the government had seized our emails So Mark apparently that the Department of Justice went behind the federal judges back to spy on journalists The only other precedent for this during the Trump administration they tried to do this to Google but they didn't try to gag Google So The New York Times could fight them This is unprecedented This is a fundamental abridgement of the First Amendment We've never seen anything like it in modern history And clearly project air tests must be doing something right for them to fuck it to me like this

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James O'Keefe: Government Has Been Illegally Tracking Project Veritas

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 2 months ago

James O'Keefe: Government Has Been Illegally Tracking Project Veritas

"James seems like the government has been illegally well illegally tracking you guys explained to us what's going on here Yes Mark this is a bombshell report Microsoft Corporation legal documents released by project veritas revealed that the Department of Justice filed a series of secret warrants and orders in order to spy on project veritas And then they tried to gag order Microsoft from talking about it This is in lieu of this Ashley Biden diary matter that the FBI had rated me back in November And then the federal judge ordered a master over this issue but now we've uncovered Microsoft Corporation our emails are housed Microsoft Outlook The Department of Justice went to Microsoft got my emails and asked Microsoft to keep quiet about it and this goes back to January 2020 8 months before we even were made aware of this diary

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 Olympic Alpine skiing remaining all in the family in Beijing

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Olympic Alpine skiing remaining all in the family in Beijing

"The Americans have won gold in the Olympics first mixed team aerials event at the Beijing games giving the U. S. its first gold medal in the freestyle skiing discipline since nineteen ninety eight the trio of Ashley Caldwell Christopher Lewis and Justin Schoenfeld each during their first Winter Games medals Willis is back double full full double full was given the highest score of any trick in the finals this means that gold was gold medal all the way and that we knew we had that capability meanwhile Sweden beat the U. S. man seven to four in the rematch of the Pyeongchang gold medal match in curling in the U. S. ski team says two time Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin will compete in the super G. I'm

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Did Mike Gallagher Disappoint Dr. Ashley Lucas, Founder of PHD Weight Loss?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 4 months ago

Did Mike Gallagher Disappoint Dr. Ashley Lucas, Founder of PHD Weight Loss?

"ashley" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:43 min | 6 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Do you see what he did differently now? I can see it now with more of his humanity involved. But. The nature of the crime, the effects of the crime I understand intimately. And because of that, I know that I can't forgive him on anyone else's behalf, right? I can feel give him for being gone and not being there. I can forgive him for the ways his absence has affected my life. But I can't forgive him for what he did to those people. I can't do that because that's not my that's not my right. It's not my right, so even though, as a 34 year old woman, I now get like I can look at the situation and be like, wow, this was a 20 year old, very unwell man. That adds context. That adds a little more reality to that situation, but it forgives nothing. It abdicates nothing because as my dad would say living with the truth of what he did isn't something that's forced on him. It's just reality. He doesn't live in that delusion where somebody's doing something to him. Somebody's forcing him to live in the past or something. No. He made a choice and that choice is part of his past, and it always will be. So I don't see it differently in terms of how I feel about the severity or my ability to forgive. I see it differently in that now I see who was actually there and who was actually making those choices in the moment. And it fills out the picture, but it doesn't, it doesn't change the colors. You wrote this about your relationship with your mother. In my dream of dream of dreams, in my fantasy, one day my mom and I will have some conversation that breaks everything open and we will realize that we can be honest with each other and we can be open with each other. And she will give me the benefit of the doubt and she will understand that my need to talk about true things is not an attempt to punish her, but an attempt to connect with her. I'm wondering has she has she read your book? No. And she won't. Yeah. I can understand why. What is your relationship like now? The same, I mean, it's not really changed. Me and my mom have not had, you know, like, a quarreling relationship. Since I was probably like, I mean, since I was a teenager, maybe some of the time in college, very little. Because my mom only knows how to relate to me as my provider and a lot of senses. And once she was no longer providing for me, in any way, she didn't know how to talk to me. She didn't know what to talk to me about. And that's when things got hard in a different way. And I think that, you know, we had to have some come to Jesus moments where I had to stand up for myself. I really had to stand up for myself, and once I did the relationship settled into a plateau. So we're not close, we love each other, but we're not close. And the fantasy of being close is one that I have essentially given up on. I leave room in reality for the small chance that at some point she decides she wants to do things differently. And then we go about doing the work of doing them differently. I'm totally open to that. But we are not there. She's not there. And I'm okay with that because my life is good. My life is really, really good. And the people who love me and can respect my boundaries and can see me as I am and hold that and hold me within that. They're all here. They're all around. They are available and accessible to me. So because I have what I need, I'm not waiting for her to give me something different. Ashley I have two last questions for you. Number one, will there be a movie adaptation of somebody's daughter? I don't know. I own the film rights. You know what it is? I have good taste. I have good taste and if you're gonna make a movie out of my book, I would just like it to not suck. I don't need it to be the best thing ever. Okay, it's not gonna be what's love got to do with it. But also, you know, this is an Aquila in the bee, you know? So you need somebody who can deal with the source material and hold on to it in the way that it needs to be held on to in a project like that. Yeah. It's such a visual book. You can't help but visualize everything that's happening as you are reading. So I could see where it might be hard. But I look forward to the possibility. All right, my last question. You know I want this. You know I want this. When will you be getting your own television talk show? That's so wild that you say that. I have no idea. I haven't been doing a lot of on camera interviews in a while. It's probably been a year or more since I've done an on camera interview. And I'm starting to miss it. I really am starting to miss it. So I don't know. There's no plans. There's no time talk show. Maybe someday. I mean, it has to happen. It would be a dream. It would be a dream. It has to be one of your future next steps. So putting it out there in the universe. Thank you. You would just be extraordinary. I'm open. Absolutely extraordinary to do that..

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"ashley" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

05:33 min | 6 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"And even if you hated the way your mother spoke about protecting yourself, you were made properly afraid by her warnings and protecting your body. And that became the number one goal. And by the time you went through puberty, you felt like your body was betraying. You went through puberty very early, 9 years old. How did you manage the feelings about your body betraying you by this these changes that people were noticing and the idea that your mother was terrified about somebody taking advantage of you for that very fact? I just cried in secret a lot. Like a lot. I was terrified of my changing body. I was terrified because it was another thing that was out of my control, and yet it affected my life so much. Your relationships with your Friends change your relationships with boys change your relationship with your family changes because especially in my family, all of a sudden, you know, there are people who you're not supposed to talk to. There are people who are not supposed to hug. They're things that you did two months ago that you're not supposed to do anymore. And you don't know why everything is changing or what it really means because the people who talk to you about it only talk about it with fear and anger. I grew up with my changing body with sexuality, desire, all of those things only being discussed in anger. It was only, you know, you bet not come in here with no babies. I know you better not do this. You better not do that, you know? Probably the most reasonable thing my mother ever told me about sex. Was you know, she gave me three rules when I was around 16. Where she said, if you're going to have sex, you need to a, protect your heart, which means don't be doing it with just somebody who don't care about you, do it with somebody who cares about you. Protect your body, which means wear a condom and be on birth control. And she said, and if he's getting his, you should be getting yours. Wow. And then there's no issue that it's not just that third one, I was not expecting that third one issue. But she was very clear. It's not just supposed to be him, you know? If he's getting his, you should be getting yours, too. And that actually those three rules actually set me up to have for the most part really positive sexual relationships and experiences over the course of my life. But initially, it was all fear. It was all anger. It was like very clear lies, you know, when I was around 11, my mom put a two liter bottle on the counter, and she told me if you ever have sex with a man. I want you to know that the penis before sexual intercourse gets this big. And once it's inside spikes come out. Oh my God, Ashley. Listen, but by this time I was already an avid library kid. I knew that that wasn't true. I had read every book about sex and sexuality that I could get my hands on in the library. So I was like, yeah, okay, that's not what's happening. But the fact that they wanted me to be that afraid of it was terrifying. It was obviously terrifying. It messes with the kid's brain to have sex and a maturing body put to them that way. When other older women would see my body when I was around 15 years old, their reaction was to look at me suck their teeth and shake their heads. Oh my God, you know, like, that's too bad. You know? 'cause people are gonna be those your breasts are really big. That's too bad. People are always gonna be looking at on people are always gonna be trying to touch them like, ah, and I remember them leaning over to my mom and being like, she's too cute. She's too cute. That's not okay. And I just tried to hide. I just tried to hide. I tried to wear things that hid my body as much as I could. I loved being in marching band because it took up so much of my time, but the thing I hated about marching band is that it was hot. You had to wear shorts and you had to wear tank tops and things like that in order to stay cool in the summertime and I didn't want anybody looking at me. Oh, Ashley. And now we get to a really, really difficult subject. When you were 13 years old, you were raped by a boy. Ostensibly someone you knew and was supposed to have cared for you. You were raped by a boy in the shed in your backyard. Despite your mom's hope that you could come to her, you told no one. Why? I was convinced that if I told my mom, what had happened to me, there would be only one of two outcomes. One, I never thought she wouldn't believe me, but I thought she might blame me. So that was the first.

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"ashley" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:21 min | 6 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Me and the real me actually was lovable. And the real me actually was beautiful. And the real me didn't make people angry just by existing. And the real me, you know, was all of these good, best things. And I just wished he was there because if he was there, there would be adult around who could say, actually, Ashley is like this. Actually, Ashley is beautiful. Actually, Ashley is smart and wonderful and funny, you know? I wanted somebody to stick up for me with other adults. I just wanted somebody who would be on my side is what I really wanted. And those letters made me truly believe that there was somebody out there on my side. And I thought if I kept believing and wanting it bad enough, you know, he would just show up. You didn't write back frequently and you've said that you didn't know how to catch someone up on your entire life. As a result, you've written about how the relationship existed in sparse correspondence and your imaginations. What did you think of how he imagined who you were? I think that there are two things going on in why I didn't write my dad back and what I thought was going on in his imagination. At first, I thought it was, you know, this just inherent thing. This is my dad. I am made from his blood and bones. You know what I mean? That's my father. And so that's why he can see me and that's why he knows me better than everybody else, right? And then it became, but if I write him and I say the wrong thing, if I write the wrong thing, if I'm not who he expected me to be, what if I ruin it? What if who I am? And who he imagines me to be are so different that he can't love this version of me. So if I just take me out of the equation, if I just take the person who can't seem to communicate right, can't seem to get it right, can't seem to do right. If I just take me out of it, I can keep getting the love from him. I can keep seeing myself through his eyes in a certain sense without having to see them through my own, which are warped and marred by insecurity and abuse and all of those things. It felt dangerous to write back the stakes felt so high. Because this person to me is my connection to the good parts of myself. That's all I have. So if I mess up that connection, what do I have? In thinking about that, I wonder if you felt so secure in his continuing to write that you didn't have to write sort of just to keep up your end of the bargain, which I think is a pretty interesting way of looking at the dynamic. Oh yeah, for sure. He kept writing no matter what. Yeah, you know, I had never really been pursued. I never believed that I could make a mistake or turn away or isolate or whatever. And have somebody try to come find me. And figure out what happened to me. I used to think if I ran away from home, the only reason anybody would look for me is because they were legally obligated to do so. Not because they wanted to find me. And not because they wanted me to actually be part of their life or anything. You know? But with my dad, he was always in pursuit of my heart. He wanted to know me the whole time. He wanted to love me the whole time. And I think there was part of me that did really want to like stretch that out. And did want to see like, okay, well, what if I don't write you back for a year? What if I don't write you back for two years? Oh, you're testing him. What then? What's it gonna take for you to give up? And he just never did. Your family was very secretive about why your dad was in jail. Did you think he was in jail for murder? I did for a little while because I couldn't imagine what else would have put him in jail for so long. You know, especially, I knew one thing that my family did try to impress upon me and, you know, my brother was like, your dad was not a guy who was out here, you know, in the streets, so to say. He was not somebody who was in and out of jail. He wasn't somebody who was in and out of prison. This was his first and last offense. And it's terrible, right? It's terrible. But I knew that my dad had done something terrible, that he must have done something terrible. But this kind of terrible, I didn't expect. I mean, to me, there are so many reasons why a person might get murdered. And it is not ever excusable to murder, right? But things happen all the time. You know, I just thought there could have been so many things that happened. So many things that went wrong so many momentary lapses and judgment that led to that moment. But what my dad actually did, that's not, you can't.

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"ashley" Discussed on Pardon My Sarcasm! with Ashley D

Pardon My Sarcasm! with Ashley D

04:34 min | 8 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on Pardon My Sarcasm! with Ashley D

"Hello hello hello. Pardon my sarcasm and i am actually d. I'm hello hello hello. Welcome to part of my sarcasm. I'm ashley dean. I am running solo today so i also have a guest but before i get started into our twentieth episodes..

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"ashley" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

04:32 min | 9 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on How to Money

"You our back. Break breaker still. Talking with ashley stall about ditching. A job that you hate landing the job that you want. Actually some people are thinking as they're listening to this one throughout kobe. I'm not just in a job that i hate. I'm in a career..

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"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"I <Speech_Female> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> have along <Speech_Female> the way of course <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> much <SpeakerChange> as you want <Speech_Male> all right <Speech_Male> one of <Speech_Male> the best <Speech_Male> mothers in <Speech_Male> bachelor nation. Amanda <Speech_Male> stanton. thank you <Speech_Male> for joining us. Thank <Speech_Male> you for coming on <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> by <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> well. <Speech_Male> Ashley and jarrod. <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> know <Speech_Male> that there's so many people <Speech_Male> out there <Speech_Male> that want to say <Speech_Male> congratulations <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> that they're <Speech_Male> excited for you <Speech_Male> and their side to follow <Speech_Male> this journey with you. <Speech_Male> You always <Speech_Male> do a good job at <Speech_Male> allowing your life <Speech_Male> to be <Speech_Male> transparent. And i <Speech_Male> think that's going to be really helpful <Speech_Male> for a lot of people during <Speech_Male> this time <Speech_Male> a any last <Speech_Male> message before we <Speech_Male> go now. This is <Speech_Male> not the last time we're gonna talk <Speech_Male> about the pregnancy. <Speech_Male> This is really the first <Speech_Male> time. We're just open up <Speech_Male> the door <Speech_Male> to be able to talk about on the <Speech_Male> podcast. So stay <Speech_Male> tuned for more updates <Speech_Male> from ashley <Speech_Male> injured and lois <Speech_Male> who is <Speech_Male> just <Speech_Male> completely airplane. <Speech_Male> Spread out right now <Speech_Male> looking <Speech_Male> all beautiful about <Speech_Male> to be a gray sister <Speech_Male> ashley <Speech_Male> in jerod <Speech_Male> any final <Speech_Male> words for anybody <Speech_Male> listening <Speech_Male> As you <Speech_Male> prepare for this <SpeakerChange> new season <Speech_Female> of life <Speech_Female> yeah. I <Speech_Female> think that like i <Speech_Female> can be like <Speech_Female> very honest <Speech_Female> and transparent about <Speech_Female> everything and i don't want <Speech_Female> that to come across as <Speech_Female> like oh actually <Speech_Female> just miserable. And she <Speech_Female> doesn't like she's <Speech_Female> not so happy <Speech_Female> and bob <Speech_Female> i am. <Silence> It's just. <Speech_Female> I'm <Speech_Female> also being real bob <Speech_Female> currently feeling <Speech_Female> at the moment <Speech_Female> and i don't want anybody <Speech_Female> to think doesn't mean <Speech_Female> that i'm not super <Speech_Female> happy <Speech_Female> for <SpeakerChange> what's <Speech_Male> in store for us. <Speech_Male> Yeah <Speech_Male> no. I tell <Speech_Male> all the time to <Speech_Male> that. There's <Speech_Male> nothing wrong with her <Speech_Male> saying while this sucks. <Speech_Male> I'm feel really <Speech_Male> sick because it's amazing. <Speech_Male> How many people <Speech_Male> reached out <Speech_Male> after they found out <Speech_Male> that ashley was <Speech_Male> sick and <Speech_Male> they said oh i <Speech_Male> was sick the whole nine months <Speech_Male> terrible bubba <Speech_Male> bubba blah <Speech_Male> and it's like there's no <Speech_Male> d- by you saying. <Speech_Male> Hey i'm struggling <Speech_Male> right now. Does <Speech_Male> not mean that. Hey <Speech_Male> i'm not going <Speech_Male> to love this child. <Speech_Male> i know ashley <Speech_Male> i know. She's going to <Speech_Male> love her with everything <Speech_Male> she has. <Speech_Male> Her did say her <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> was interesting <Speech_Male> She's going to <Speech_Male> love either her <Speech_Male> or him <Speech_Male> with everything She <Speech_Male> has all of her heart. <Speech_Male> So i think <Speech_Male> we're just very excited. <Speech_Male> You know <Speech_Male> we. We obviously moved <Speech_Male> from los angeles <Speech_Male> to rhode island earlier this <Speech_Male> year.

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"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Almost up next is somebody who is always celebrated this relationship somebody who is not only a friend of the podcast but a friend. All of us somebody. Who's living her life right now and seems always living your best life and she can give you a little insight. Ashley amanda stanton i. I have more questions for you. Then you could have for me right now. I know. I texted you a couple of days ago. Saying how long does this sickness last four and you said sixteen weeks for you right. I mean i saw costa about how some people say it lasted the whole time. And i mean that wasn't the case for me mine lasted i would say like fourteen hundred four six. Okay yeah the average to be about like fourteen to sixteen weeks and then did you feel good. Like was there a second trimester feeling. Good yeah i think the second trimester was like the most enjoyable for me because it's also fun because that's when you start showing. Yeah yeah so excited. Yeah that makes feel different. That makes you feel. Like oh. I'm pregnant i'm q- instead of like oh i'm pregnant. I'm just barking. So if so. I have a question between your first and your second so there i when you were like throwing up in like not comfortable and stuff where you feeling connected to the baby. Were you say you were excited and happy or did you feel kind of a and then with at least with charlie. You're able to be like. Oh i know what's coming. I know how like glorious of a gift. This is an i know the love. I'm gonna feel so. I can have a better like attitude the entire time. Yeah i mean okay. So the sound so weird. But when i was pregnant with charlie. I think i was so scared. Because i loved kim so much i kind of had this fear of. There's no emna loves the second one same. Do but i think i was so scared of that but i think i didn't really feel super connected. It doesn't feel real for. Yeah and you'll start feeling. Move her as you like. That's when you really feel like it's real. Okay okay that makes me feel good and then like you know how they say you know it comes out and it's like a love you've never felt before in your life and like nobody who doesn't have anybody who doesn't have a kid like they don't understand it. Can you explain how it feels like when you hold them in your arms for the first time and like how. It's truly something that you've never have helped before it's so crazy. I mean i remember like towards the end of my pregnancy. Like i would say thirty four to. I had both of them early. Like in around thirty seven weeks and i was kinda miserable those last couple of weeks. Also the most impatient person ever. So i was like just done being pregnant and as soon as you have them in. Hold them like you. Forget about everything you forget about. Like you'll forget about your morning second I know everybody says this. And i'm like what are you talking about. How am i gonna forget this but everybody says you. Do you forget about it in a second so.

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"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

05:33 min | 11 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Up. Next is a special guest who is making a strong to be named after him. Seems like ashley jeered might be down with. We're going to let them fight it out and discuss it. Right here on almost podcast. We have one of their closest friends. Somebody they see as a brother. A mentor have brought them together in love. Nick vile nick. Welcome to almost famous phrase to be here guys. Congratulations first term jerry. I didn't in them..

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"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

04:15 min | 11 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"We are able to pinpoint the one time it was it was gonna. Are you able to pinpoint it. Yeah because i had like a weird cycle that month so yeah we're able to pinpoint it. Which is kinda sweet. And so this cycle time he goes all. I liked it here in june. Would you guys want to know for your parents would be like i know the day i know everything that happened. I know a day you were born. Your mom's at electricity went out. That's something i don't need to know the soundtrack that was playing while i was being conceived moon at which like the zodiac mood which i was under like all of these i i must have been conceived draw valentine's day about nine months. Okay your valentine's day baby are talking about it. not something. I like to think about units. You deeply see like now that i'm thinking of like the song tiny got the song second my head. There's no doubt in my mind that the song that was playing when tanya was concede was here comes the sun ready for the delivery our matchbox twenty. I don't know that music in deliver rooms and sort of person. It's just going to be like we're going to freak our and then. But i do want to start putting headphones up to my belly and like develop the kids sense of music taste early on. It's actually really cool. Iheart and ashley injured. Haven't they don't know this yet but we've agreed to do a live. Podcast the hour that the baby's born from a hospital room. It's gonna be awesome live. Yeah so be screaming and you'll be streaming. Yeah ashley describe how you're feeling right now. Describe all your emotions debts. There waiting have like. Was you know. Some people have their names picked out before they even get to the point of conceive. Being a child are y'all those parents are still. Oh you have them ready. I had the name picked out. I remember when i picked out the name. Was that a new kids on the block. I was twenty years old. And i was walking around the arena. And i i. Did you think of that name at a new kids on the block. Concert has nothing to do with new kids. Well okay so. I wanted for girl. I wanted to name her arena. But jerry doesn't like arena. So i was walking around. The arena is feeling so alive. And that's how. I came up with the girl name. And then i think that the guy name dawned on me at the same exact time. I don't know why i was thinking about this at the time. But but becca you're gonna love it. But but now all we have set as a boy's name because jared loves the boy name that i picked out at twenty. He did not like arena. Just.

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"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

05:00 min | 11 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"You know i was talking to a lot of friends who are parents and they said buddy texts me. He goes first. Trimester sucks for her second. Trimester is okay third. Trimester sucks for her. It's all worth it when the kid is born. That's cool that's fascinating thing is. I've been getting so many stories on instagram. For moms who like just threw up the entire pregnancy and they did it and then they may have done it again after that and they said you totally forget about it and i'm like i can't wait to experience this forget. I don't know this is possible. But i think that it's got to be so much easier to go through this with your second child than your first. Because with their first you don't even really know what's coming like. You don't know the love that you're about to feel and at least with the second. You're i know that this is all worth it. I know this is all worth it. I mean and of course like. I know that it's worth it now but like it's gonna be easier when you've actually felt the love before. Oh yeah you don't have to you don't have. I don't think any there's going. Oh my gosh. She's seeing a great. Now this is all really hard and there's like no idea what it feels like later. I think it's a fair place to sit. I think it's a good place to sit well. Hey i'm gonna take a step back. We're going to bring on some of your closest friends that are part of the almost famous family almost famous listeners. I'm gonna speak on behalf of all of them and say ashley jared. They cannot be more excited for you. They're so excited to keep up with this. We're going to actually do. I'm gonna commit to a right now. Ashleigh we're going to do an episode in a few weeks. Which i think we need to do an in-depth with ashley canetti talk about just like your life up to this point and then maybe do it once you become a mother and wants this baby is born..

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"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

04:55 min | 11 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"He's always asking me what i want. He's always running errands. He's always doing like anything. I need around the house and like it's amazing. But like i have been so disgusting that i feel bad that he has to listen to me. Throw up that. He's so bored. Because we can't do any like i don't do anything else like i do what i have to do. Work wise and i watch grey's anatomy all day long and his poor guy so bored sometimes. We go outside in the backyard. Hawaii i actually feel like a really be wife. Maybe you're fine you're pregnant. This is what happens. You're the one who is throwing off. The least i could do is hanging house for a little while. And then run to seven eleven to pick up a slurpee which he only did for the first time this week. Slurpy slurpy so can check that one off in the old book Okay so jared. It's talking to you for a second. You said you put twenty seven seconds of work to make this happen at this point. Do like as obviously i'm not even potentially close to being a father. I don't know how this experience feels but in the course of your day. Are you feeling like sad. Are you like super excited are you. What are your emotions wrapped around this right now. While i'm i'm very excited i've always wanted to be a dad. It's really nice. We actually and i have wanted to start a family for a little while now. So it's so exciting that she's pregnant and we're starting this adventure together I feel guilty at times. Because actually i talked to mark About this on help. I suck at dating iheartradio podcast. You can listen to wherever you listen to this right now. Shameless plug but i was talking to mark because obviously mark has a couple of kids and I i feel guilty. Because i don't feel that connected to the kid right now. The only time i have felt connected was when we were at our first doctor's appointment and we had the ultrasound it was the first time when they put gel. Whatever that jelly stuff is on ashley's belly and they had the ultrasound you could see the you know the little and that is your child but other than that you know. It's just because you know we've gotten the positive pregnancy test and we've told everybody would just so exciting but nothing really has changed for me. You know ashley's the one dealing with all the first trimester sickness. So i think when we were at the doctor's office that was the first time i felt really connected and honestly when we announced we did it on amazon. Live a second time where. I felt really connected..

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"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

04:59 min | 11 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"The almost famous podcast. Not only do. I get to spend time with the glowing and i would love to say that you just look like one hundred percent right now but she looks about. I'd say thirty seven percent. Is that a good number of generous. We have jeered nationally in the day. We're going to do a special episode talking about their big announcement. I'm gonna let them do it. You've probably seen it in the news. I mean they're everywhere. Put a open my phone there my computer. They're they're actually injured. What is this episode about. Ben it's jared. I'm usually not hello. Everybody who listens to almost famous podcast. This is about ashley throwing up seven times a day thing. Now we're pregnant were so i am not pregnant. We are not already messed up. Ashley is pregnant. We've decided on this because it's ridiculous to say we're pregnant. i'm. I'm going through nothing right now. I'm just did might twenty eight seconds of work it. Now it's all on ashley the fourth thing and so actually pregnant which were so excited. Abou- we're going to have a child a baby but you don't actually see Struggle bus right. Now gonna talk for the most part of this episode. I can like sit here grade. Yeah we're doing good. I'm excited for the baby to be here. So this is unfiltered ashley. I know that you're not feeling great right now. Injured is going to handle a lot of this but just to give our listeners. A little background because for the last couple weeks. They've probably wondered like you know. Maybe ashley has been maybe a little quieter on the show. Or maybe like she's like bing like coughing or gagging on something ashley. How can you walk us through the kind of the the scenario so far and how you kind dealt with being pregnant and this intense like sickness that you're feeling last week well. I don't know how i've handled it. Pardon me she needs to throw up i. It's not easy but like seriously. I'm just blessed that i get to work from home and that for the most part. I have a schedule. That's relatively flex flexible. And i can arrange my schedule because like oh my gosh like does my heart go out to expectant mothers who are having to go to a nine to five at the office feeling like this like oh my goodness i mean look at this. You get to record a podcast from the couch right now. I'm so lucky. So i'm taking an italian course because i'm finishing my bachelor's degree in this is the last class i have taken. My italian professor is currently pregnant..

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"ashley" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"ashley" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

"I think i've come to terms with sometimes. That's just like that's just my personality and that's not a bad thing like it's not bad to be like okay. We totally did merge we gave it a rebrand. We're launching boom. It's done okay. Like next thing next up next up like that's just the fun of it for me And i think it's been hard trying to find a balance of where. I am being more healthy and allowing myself to rest but then also just accepting. This is who i am. You know a bad thing And not let people make me feel bad if you know i am doing a lot. Because that's just what i love. I think to you like the competitiveness is so funny to watch because like you in a normal day if ashley were to be like. Hey like i'm going to cook eggs. You'd be like oh thanks ash. But then they'll be some days where you're like no. I want to cook eggs. Because i have this new way. And then if ashley like fights he wanted then it becomes this competition. But it's like it's very like it can be light and playful and then there's other times i watched where i'm like. Oh she's like in like he's for the v. right so.

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"ashley" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"ashley" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"You got older or experience more. What was behind the will. Actually just a little tidbit about myself. When i was younger i i was able to write about the same things that i right about now. And so somehow i'm able to put myself in the shoes of the character on talking about or the situation to write that song. So i know when red sneakers came out i had just released my first ep and people were kind of feeling country vibes from it and i was like okay but it's not really the direction i want to go in and so i threw red sneakers out more like a curve ball. I i wanted to show them. Hey i'm asha- peter. You heard that. Ep but i can also do this and so. That's why with red sneakers. I wanted to put this nice upbeat summer vibe out there and luckily i loved it. And it's actually. I believe sitting at number seven in new zealand right now which is really cool number seven on new zealand shirts and then so as i was exposed to more influences and different kinds of music as i love jazz music. I love rb music. I also love pop music. And i like country all this kind of stuff and so now that i've experienced more and definitely as matured I came up with stuck on you and so stuck on. You is more of an armed being soul. Kinda song has that emotion in it and so that was the direction i wanted to go in for that one. Thank you for explaining that. Yeah no worries. Like i say. The end user website considered alternative paw. So i'm kinda heading towards our in v of as of right now we're definitely seeing alternative in like aren be after my genre. So were you influenced by artist in particular an ardent be or just for sure. I will if we look at the pop side. Verse second like shawn mendez in sabrina. Carpenter i love their songwriting and then moving more into that aren being the sole. We have alan stone whose an amazing song a songwriter and artist anderson pack. I love his five. Also give you on. I love the atmosphere that he creates with his music. If you get a chance to listen to him and Even mac miller just for that vibe end Not that attitude. But i find it really cool. What kind of music do you listen to. I listen to everything. If it's a good lyric or a good backtrack may be a little guitar like that. I like allison to the song. I love it but right now i mostly listen to convey because your music. I don't just aren. V i can listen to for hours on end And luckily i find my musics able to fit there as well so it just happened to be yes. She's she's listening for. Sure as soulful and if this is where the past versus going to with Stock on new release definitely emotional. 'cause it suits your voice. Well thank you was great having you on the show. I really love getting to know you better. Where's the best place for us to find you but would be best to go to your website for any updates ashley for sure you can go to my website. Which is ashley. pater dot com. Where pater is felt later accept the l. -ssipi and as you can tell i'm very well rehearsed and saying that. Thank you for having me on the show. I am so thankful for you and for giving up and coming. Artists like myself Platform like yours. So thank you. Thank you for seeing the. I look forward to hearing what you put may and Thank you for giving us. A tip is going to be called sober. A- sounds amazing. And i look forward to hearing your music this year. Thank you well said. Y'all for tuning in. If you enjoy listening to this podcast. Please share this episode with others and posted about it. On social media catch all the latest from the buzzer and upcoming shows. You can follow us on instagram. At the buzzer all media and on twitter at the buzzer indie. Catch the pod. Next episode on air in d. From ipad to yours over the airways subscribe fees at the buzzer product. Dot com cheers..

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"ashley" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"ashley" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Chad described. What he was wearing work clothes with his work taste on him and a work knife. He called erica. Who came back to pick him up. Chad then put ashley's body in the back seat of her car. She had a zip tie around her neck. The prosecutor asked chad how he managed to get her in the back. Seat of the car and chad said since she was hefty and strong. It was difficult getting her in the car. He said he just had to get her in the car and leave after he got her in the car he left and drove about a half hour to abridge where he and ashley used to hang out. Erica was following him in the lincoln. The bridge was not far from his parents. Property asked if he had sentimental reason for driving to the bridge. Chad said it was very difficult to explain that it had been a very difficult night. Erica state at the bridge. While chandra of ashley's car into a cornfield. He drove it as far as he could before he would have driven into chippewa creek or the treeline. Chad made an odd comment about driving to the bridge. Because he saw erika's headlights and he just had to get away from her and wanted to get somewhere safe. He explained he didn't drive the car into the cornfield to keep it from being found. He drove it there to stay away from erica for awhile. Once he parked the car. Chad gone out and started walking. He said he could see the headlights of the lincoln and having nowhere else to go walk to their car once he got in the lincoln they drove back to their home on mountain road. Chad had blood on him so he undressed in the backyard by the lincoln then went inside to take a shower when he got out of the shower he erica and their children age two months two and a half years and two children aged six wind back to akron to clean up the scene of the crime. Chad said they were also going to go back for ashley's phone. They had cleaning supplies in the lincoln. Put there by erica. And chad chads truck was still at his mother's place of employment when they got to the scene of the crime law enforcement were already there so the drove to his grandparents residents instead. Erica and chad sat in the vehicle for about half an hour. Then saw another police car drive past so they drove behind his grandparents barn. Eventually chad got out of the car and walked into the treeline before he entered the tree line he removed the stick figure family decals. That was on the back of the lincoln. He said he remembered thinking. My family is broken so he took off the decals and stuck them on offense post. The prosecutor asked him about taking the plea bargain and if there were any promises made to him assigned from removing the death penalty. Stipulation chad said that if he took a plea he wouldn't lose his kids. The prosecutor said that wasn't part of our agreement though right to which chat agreed. He asked chad to explain what pleading guilty had to do with his children. Chat explained that. Beth judge his family court attorney contacted him while he was in jail and stated if he did not resolve the criminal case against him within one year of the murder he would lose his children. She explained he would not lose his children to his parents but that the children would become wards of the state and put up for adoption. Chad agreed that the state of ohio investigators were interested in because involvement in the murder. But he did not cooperate mainly because he did not want his children to be orphaned if they were both in prison and for them to be adopted by others. The prosecutor asked chad if he knew what would have happened to erica. If you had cooperated with the state the defense objected to this question and the judge sustained it however the prosecutor asked if he could approach the bench and when he went back to the podium. He asked mr cobb. What do you think would have happened if you had cooperated with the state chad replied. He had no idea because he still could not understand how they had both been taken to jail after. Ashley's murderer but erica. Walked out of there the same day the prosecutor asked about phone calls that had been made while they were sitting in the lincoln behind his grandparents. Barn chad said his friend and employee. Mike stefan co had been called because aircon needed her medication. They could not reach. Initially so chad called his parents to go and get make this question. Let into the relationship between erica. And mike which apparently began after chad was arrested and before he took the plea bargain. He said she was pregnant when he took the plea and so he became aware of the relationship between the two of them after that he pressed for divorce which was finalized in late. Two thousand thirteen or early two thousand fourteen after the divorce. Detective hitchings lead investigator in the case. Visited chattan prison to ask about america's involvement in the murder. At that time. Chad told the detective. He was not trying to be rude but before he cooperated. He should probably talk to an attorney. Detective laughed and it was quite some time before the two spoke again in two thousand seventeen. Chad wrote detective hitchings letter because erica was not allowing chats parents to see their two children any longer. Chad's parents would bring them to the prison to see him whenever they had them. But erica eventually stopped letting the rampage and see them. This was around the same time. That cindy recorded the conversation between her and erica during the divorce proceedings chattan erica had several phone conversations regarding the marital assets particularly chad's tools which he wanted to go to his dad however mike kept the tools the state asked if he used this as leverage against erica. By saying if you don't give my dad these tools. I'm going to tell the steed about your involvement. Chad said he did not that. As leverage john testified that erica expressed concern several times about chad. Turning her in he would urge her to do the right thing but she would give him blowback when asked why he wanted her to turn herself in. He said because. I think it's the right thing to do after a few more questions. Concerning the residents china's erica once shared that she now shares with mike stefan co the prosecutor rusted for the day and the judge warned chad not to discuss his testimony with anyone chance. Cross examination by the defense was conducted on day. Three of the trial due to the limitations placed by the ohio department of rehabilitation and corrections. The defense attorney began by asking chat about the custody battle between himself. And ashley he asked. If ashley left chad and g c two years after she was born chad corrected. The attorney and said that ashley had actually left them the first time when jesse was about six months old.

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"ashley" Discussed on Iron Advocate

Iron Advocate

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"ashley" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"Let's stop worrying about like you know patting each other on the back and you know voting. Each other super-duper lawyers and and try to have some freaking compassion. That's that's the world. We grow up in You don't get into law school unless you have achieved you don't get out of law school unless you achieve you believe when you get out of law school that your success is going to be dependent upon that so Do you get good at it maps. Does it have an effect on your family. Marriages your relationship with your children One of the things. I've learned from while at ashley is tried to explain to me is. I don't know that anything. I could have said would made a huge difference because growing up as the child of a lawyer they have an idealized.

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"ashley" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"ashley" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"We're here talking with Ashley Schmidt from published with Ashley Air Force Veterans. So actually you you just really cool things in the world of publishing because some phenomenal amount of of books and other media that you've published in in recent times. So really looking forward to hearing about debt before that takes back, does we should in the air force. All right. So what I didn't Air Force I'm a little bit. I'm a you Safa Grad. So as my husband two thousand and my husband's Zany nine Falcon. Love. Soon, after I graduated, we got married. I. Did pilot training. I had some medical issues. So I fell back on my engineering degree which turned out to be awesome. I'm an awesome engineer. So actually, I just really enjoyed being an engineer. And a niche where I was able to what? I call engineer translator. So I ended up working with nuclear cruise missiles the space program I built the new rock that they had for although launch programs at Vandenberg Air, Force Base Patrick air, force base and Kinda. My niche was to be able to translate engineer contracting because like they just don't speak the same language. And so. I was able to do that really well, and I really enjoyed it. It's a lot of fine I found myself. In. AFL Air Force. Research Laboratories Doing what I'd like to call lots of cool geeky things and that are cutting edge that are out there and I I love it. I had I had a really great time doing that I'm still actually an Air Force reservist my husband and I I had to get out my husband still active duty because they were has the. Are forced does send you different places at a certain point in your career, and we have four girls and I just wasn't GonNa work from it all. So I'm a military spouse too now and we move every year or two, and so I needed a job but I didn't really want a job 'cause I, move all the time. So that's why I started published with Ashley. So as you were getting towards where you come this realization yu-gi-oh force and you realize. I gotta figure something out of a need portability my husband in the Air Force to shift for you become fulltime mom. Transition to the military spouse roll. which you know sometimes isn't always easy if you've been in the military yourself. So the unsung heroes of this world, I'm telling Ya. So appreciate appreciate what you do and. You just some phenomenal things. So how was it? I mean you're looking at this entrepreneur thing how was it that like what are some of the first things you started looking into or discover along the way before you settled on publishing?.

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