19 Burst results for "Autrey"

"autrey" Discussed on The Bower Show Podcast

The Bower Show Podcast

05:55 min | 8 months ago

"autrey" Discussed on The Bower Show Podcast

"So the spirit squad as well Condone new performance Coach let's get in to kill rank in queens crown tournament. Autrey that kicks off tomorrow. Night on smackdown sammy zane and ramos cheerio and live morgan. Carmella in the first round matches. I love that. The women are getting their own tournament. Obviously i love. The king of the ring is back if you believes in the show since nearly day and one I am a huge fan of tournaments and professional wrestling huge fan of king of the ring. So i'm happy to this back. Dr trae what are your thoughts here. Like how how should w we go about things. Is this an opportunity to make someone a star or just give them a stupid gimmick did with darin corbin for the last year plus years plus. I mean this this gimmick though works does you're right you're absolutely right. It's it's one of those things like if a guy's got a gimmick those kinda stale yet you put you put a crown on his head and calm king and people just hate the guy you know and the interesting thing for me is i. Don't know if they're actually gonna make somebody be the queen because that's kind of surely gimmick and that's a little. I don't really know if you can go with anybody else in that realm because you got charlotte if she doesn't charlotte in a tournament. Are they leaving her. I i didn't see the bride. They have not done the full brockie. At which i felt like going into the show that we'd be able to break down but they have not done the break bracket yet if charlotte's not in this tournament in somebody else wins the queen's cup. Do they call her the queen. Anne charlotte the queen and then we got to queens. I mean that's a little weird..

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"autrey" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

09:12 min | 10 months ago

"autrey" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I know senegal has because there was that that are illegal that survived now. Like it's like son ben and messy and like a couple random others but there's a big movie scene in senegal seventies. It's just a lot of you can't access any more including the first black The first female black tractor to have a movie. I've released in theaters Safi faye and she was a contemporary of mbeki. Some ben in that whole crew people but like it's just not I think the the some of the summers are lost. Summer are just lake rights issues such as a slake I know i've got beat library. Random stuff helped me through my loss university without ever courage version. They libraries are decent collection. And i went looking for things. Autrey directly map film or relating to the country in area and came out with not and i very but it's it is has been Studies and everywhere. I looked in index and things like. I yeah cinema saudis. Life's to reference friends fan on that doesn't like to about africa. We is a lot. I have to admit to myself minded option to african cinema. Was gods must be crazy and arm for the pajamas. So hours go hang my hidden. Shame here but it wasn't my fault. It was the eighties nineties It was a lot more things. I don't know how. I missed hyenas. That came out. What ninety two ninety three. that's like. Okay i should have been aware of this movie. And i found hyenas to just be fantastic. You're talking about that quantum leap between the two films. I think you would agree that it's not necessarily a quantum leap as far as the themes and everything. It's just it's a little bit better made of a film and it is more of a straight ahead narrative being based off of a play. But amazing that you can take this play from germany and it fits with this material perfectly and also fits with this whole idea of this person coming in and paying people a lot of money and they just sell their souls and by the end of the film. The whole city is destroyed. There's nothing left of it. There's just a tree standing there and then the tracks of this big equipment that is raised it to the ground. I mean kit kit better when it comes to talking about colonialism i mean of course the main character or the female character that comes in is not the colonizer. She's one of them but she comes in from this land far away and has more money than the world bank and puts it all to us to enact revenge. I mean it was brutal but fantastic. Money is like the big evil thing that shows up in the to feature films and the two films that news career whereas the slake the need for money is is like the is like the worst thing in the world and causes so much pain and suffering in causes like late. It's the true evil of society in phoen- keeps showing up. It's the reason for everything about happened. All his movies is money with at scene of antennas. I'm not sure if it's her aunt or her mother with the tomatoes and peppers and then the woman comes by and it's like taking all this stuff and buying on credit. I mean that's almost the first scene of hyenas where we've got our main character and he's a working store and all these people are just like. Oh yeah i'll take this on credit and it just a for people listening at home so we've got our main character. The guy who runs a store and he's one of many people that live in this village villages not doing well economically to the point where the furniture in the city hall is being repossessed at the beginning of the film and of course the guy that runs the city hall is very upset about this and this woman comes to town and i don't know to ever find out what her professionals or was she at. It seems to me like she might have been an actress. She was in prostitution because of her. And then just said. She survived and made her fortune. Sir probably kroll public over a cool to get that won't somehow she lost a leg. It was a a plane accident and everybody died in the airplane accident except for her as an awesome singer. She's like everybody died. I cool now. I outtake. You'll get you usually like these yet. Who she's awesome. It took me well to to realize that one of her hands is not there There's a scene later on where she's holding her hand against her chest and i was like. Oh that's a that's a fake hand okay. Seem a little because oh wait your hands to gallard huma yet at the scene where he's talking to his friend at the store is like you're not going to sell out and get paid right and he's like no of course i'm not gonna i'm not gonna do that. And then like the next scene he He finds out it's A friend did sell out. But but you see like in his friend's house or wherever he has all his fancy stuff now and it's like how did he get the money for this. It's like oh and is literally. Craig ironic dark comedy One that's really task risk as he's just Dead man already do and real audience just like nice new yellow or the new helmets a thorough wearing yes. This woman comes to town and is like hey. I will give the town all kinds of money and i'll give you even more money if you kill this guy. So basically kill our main character because he had slept with her and left her pregnant in wrong her in the past and set her on this path but it is a path where she made all kinds of money and now can come back and inaccurate benge. It is fantastic. Because he's it kind of reminded me at one point of high noon. Especially i guess when the train was coming into the station or just about to pull out rather than him looking for the good people of the city that will help him. Fight these gun fighters. He's looking for the the people in the city who won't kill him because everyone turns against him almost immediately man. Yeah the gallows humor is wonderful because you know this guy is just aft and everybody in this town is just wants to screw each other over. In order to get money in betty himself plays a judge in it. Yes i love that. there's a lot of things. Where am i going to take this way. Say that way. What does this mean. Because the judge comes out and says that he was offered the job of being the rich woman's valet and appears to still be developed. Because like wait. It's the judge where jigger sir Oddity were for her ballet await. He's that doesn't make any sense. Eight i think he just his off valet while he was doing judge Wasn't and it was like. Actually the sounds like australian politics. Hyenas is almost like an episode of yes minister yes. Prime minister is sorry clyburn brilliant. I couldn't believe how could that film was. I mean even if folks don't wanna check out to keep hooky you must check out hyenas hit while it blew the top off my head with just how great the movie is. There isn't a little interesting detail in hyenas which i was just trying to find more details on it size but i was reading recently about how for a while and along. China has been going into a whole african areas and offering money to improve ours or infrastructure. And everything in exchange for the land rise and there is a young asian woman who is part of a millionaires entourage who just kind of lurks and designedly ever really sent to help times. And i don't think ever says anything now. She does at one point. The china thing shows up in a screen man when the best movies of last decade Shows up in this netflix. The burial kodro. that's a major theme..

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"autrey" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

02:49 min | 11 months ago

"autrey" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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How Founder Craig Groeschel Built Up Life.Church

The EntreLeadership Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

How Founder Craig Groeschel Built Up Life.Church

"Many organizations like craig's don't always start out with a master plan but the good news is. This is something you can learn along the way we started Twenty five years ago in a little two car garage on a very snowy sunday with about forty people and we kind of expanded from there to some different places built a building a few years later and we were. We were kind of on the front end. experimenting with doing video teaching and go on multiple sides so we were Either the first or one of the first churches in the nation to just kinda start plowing background. And if you fast four twenty five years as of today. Our church meets in thirty six physical locations. Where in eleven different states have a great team of people tons and tons of volunteers that are actively engaged. And then we're super aggressive digitally as well doing a ton of online ministry and normally what you would think of in social media and such to to outreach but also real vibrant online Kind of church service that meets a bunch of times during the week with people all over the world. I could imagine that when you started that. You didn't necessarily see everything that you're doing kind of those let's get going and and then we got to keep up with vision as we go along. Did you become a leader in response to what was going on or have you always had a bit towards leadership you know. That's a great question. So i was. I played sports growing up. So you're an athlete as well when when you're an anytime kind of extracurricular activity you kind of stumble into leadership whether you're following somebody or whether you're doing the leading so i had a started to recognize the times on the field where i might assume a leadership role that When when there was a vacuum and then oddly enough when i started The church in my mind. All i had was a pastor pastor so there was a metaphor for that would have been like the shepherd that takes care of the sheep and looked at jesus scripture. That's what i saw was Person who loved and cared for people. it was an honest until a few years end that i took a different lens and started to realize that A pastor or shepherd could also be a really good spiritual leader and it was really interesting. When i changed my lens and started looking at jesus not just through the eyes of someone who cared for people but he actually led people. It was revolutionary and It kinda brought something. I think that was inside of me. But i didn't know that was there that now you know love talking about as much as anything and it translates good leadership good leadership in church and a for profit and nonprofit in family Anywhere you go. And i think Leadership so important. So that's why you know. I'm a big fan of what you all do. Autrey leadership podcast the The conference we have coming up is just a great investment in in leadership and we. We know that everyone wins when the leader gets better. And i appreciate your investment in me and all the other leaders around the world helping us get better.

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"autrey" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"autrey" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"See below chop it up muffled so we back. It is weird wednesday very weird today. A wednesday december sixteenth. Twenty twenty of barbies forty eight minutes. Have welcome back sean morning. Show featuring scenes coz boy khloe get you more than star right why not channels wide open. Please call in five seven zero ninety six zero we call. Hold on. Hold on andrei a barbie. Finish fish out of the film okay. rocky building. Audrey johnson is here in the building to wanted to see more in the building. Shut out to joanne. Bribe kevin love. Is here the godfather. Told tracy rain maryland. Loughrey what the hell last name is. And i'm not even gonna try to put maryland is hill. What up halloween okay. typically thompsons in the building. The very methodist here elisa rivera. Oh my you almost got ten as my baby and alice king. Hey y'all shut out so you know and get your heart's in for the next shadow. Yes thank you so much for your service truly appreciate semi on the line. We have a special Wing clap andre. Autrey a good morning brother how you doing. I'm doing all right. How about yourself good. Yeah everything's good down here man. Thank god for jesus. Like my mother always say barbie and cindy j. Andrei is one of our very important affiliates in rochester new york. Yes hey and andrea. Tell us about first of all just about you originally from rochester. I am originally from rochester rochester. New york i've been here most of my life. I live other places but on from air. And i'm still here. Rochester's had been there thousand times doing comedy shows and running up and down there and a rochester's pretty cool city. Yeah yeah here. We go as serious. It's almost like a little. It's like a many metropolitan area gallagher. Downtown down there and a whole lot going on. Tally went through rochester. One time i never stayed. And you go northbound over here. Sending you hit the binghamton ninety westbound and he goes through their syracuse rochester. buffalo healthy. Now.

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Brexit: what would no deal mean for the art market?

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:28 min | 1 year ago

Brexit: what would no deal mean for the art market?

"I'm joined by two experts to discuss where we are with brexit and how it will affect the market and for this episode work of the week the curators never wakefield tells us about the planks made by john mccracken. You suddenly gained a new audience because he was initially remained to be behind that shiny monolith in the utah desert before that. The holidays are two weeks away so why not gift. A subscription to the newspaper you can save up to forty percent when you buy a subscription for a friend colleague or indeed for yourself between the digital only subscription full and immediate access to a website an app or the complete subscription all the benefits of the digital only subscription plus the monthly printed newspaper delivered direct to. You do go to the art newspaper. Dot com and click on the subscribe. Link the top left of the page now despite the coronavirus pandemic the uk Fast to its intention to strike a trade deal with the european union by the end of twenty twenty so talks intensified over recent weeks but at the time of recording no deal has been struck and the uk and remain far apart according to us your phone delay and the president of the european commission the worst case scenario unless you a hard line. Brexit camp owner is deal and that remains a possibility but how autrey be affected to find out i asked the writer and art market specialist ivan question and former. Mvp current chief executive of the british chamber of commerce in brussels daniel donaldson daniel before we talk specifically about the art trade and brexit's effects. Let's let let's get a state of play. Where do you see the negotiations now. Well i'm actually still pretty positive. I think actually more or less the deal is done. The question now is how will that date is choreographed. On both sides of the channel to ensure the politically they can get through on both sides. So i actually think the deal was probably more or less agreed at the start of the week. The question now is the uk gay some concessions on northern ireland earlier in the week. I think that was the first stage. The prime minister met with commissioner of on the land on wednesday night. And i think that also was the next stage of of Of this i think you will find that. The eu will grant some concessions on the level playing field over the weekend and the uk will grant some concessions on fish. I'm then. I think we will more or less dale semi. That's the feeling that the Getting in brussels now this could all still Blow up You know the politics of this is still very very delicate. But i think contrary probably what you you see in in some of the media online. Pretty confident that we're still on course for a deal early next week. What do you make these contingency announcements from the that. We're talking on thursday lunchtime in the uk and this morning. The have set out some some aspects of sort of contingency planning. I suppose the portents of that suggests that that no deal was more likely but do you think that's a bit of a smokescreen. Then i think the you is just covering it. It's back because it did the same thing before march last year when when there was the first deadline anthony e you needs to make sure from its point of view that certain things can continue in the case of no deal so for example. Airline routes can continue. Some of these sort of things need to be done so these are more or less the same contingency measures that they put in place just over a year ago when we had that first potential Deal situation. i'm i do think also that You know given the fact that this is going roy down to the wire at this puts a little bit more pressure on the uk to make sure that you know if they were gonna be concessions made. They need to be made very soon. Okay i've what do you think the chief concerns of the art trade are what what information do they need. And what guarantees. They need for this to be something that will stop panic and allow them to continue to trade in the way that they would like to. So i've actually been speaking to people on the ground on what we've been getting a lot. Actually in the market media is A lot of detailed from trade associations and from lawyers and shippers. And that's what we haven't been getting is what is happening on the ground. How do people feel so. That's what i've been focusing on and actually the biggest thing is obviously uncertainty. The most interesting thing to me was. I couldn't find any panic anywhere

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"autrey" Discussed on Tiff Talks Podcast

Tiff Talks Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"autrey" Discussed on Tiff Talks Podcast

"Don't have the same clay. No we are. We are. Married and we thought US three were married. This is not weird. that. That's A. Super Weird. Describe myself so cute. You're like gifts access service like physical. New My. How? We have a little bit of all of it. You know, and of course. Period understanding where you are and understanding we are I. think that's the first and understanding how to give yourself grazing. A truly think that doing any rivers and name you should you should read A. Grievance Autrey in a four agreements the five love languages. Disagreements is also a great book though. Yes, and so I think those two bucks will be after you take the they are who you are in your function necessarily function life in relationships and everything. So anything, it's super wearing. and. When you're talking to do this. Now I thought that was really cool. Awesome. And shake you know I. Loved this podcast and. I wanted. To showing the world who you are and. I think the biggest gift you giving me with about the said this was the most real got to be. To be on the cast and that's exactly what is the message behind all of this. Starting. Out You know I do know. I personally know that no matter what you do. You'RE GONNA. Be Super Successful. Justice your heart that's what your destiny do. So I think you so much that. Really, bringing back to center now ready is ally perfection doesn't exist. We're never going did sue say or be the team to anyone and everyone in going back to your quotes your friends don't need an answer. Are Never going to understand what you're doing anyway. So it doesn't matter you do you be authentic and Anti has book coming out readies ally Exoo go so annoying. Release date for that yet, we do not yet, but I've been farting around on it so I need to. Get all finalized. But I'm excited because like you said, it's just. It's funny that the message of it is changing before it's even out before it was more about like take action in the business, and now it's like I. Think it's about being fully you like giving yourself permission, right? Like you're never gonNA be ready to be your your full self either and be authentic as cheesy as that sounds. So the book is already morphine into what it really means. And like we throw around the word authentic but really. The most to authentically can be is just the have to say, you don't have to like you said to go far far around and go figure it out just e U. I love that revolving you're going with Zach wear hearts to do so I'm excited. So where can everybody claimed you they? You know if you are working to find you and then Let us know about your social security too. I WanNa know all that. Yeah off. This was so awesome. You Guys I. Yeah. I was like you know what? Let me. I. Just don't Care Anymore and the most beautiful way you know where you're just like say what I'm going say -cause whatever. So thank you guys for being. So awesome giving me the space to do this. Gosh? Angie. Dot Com and Julie Show on ITUNES MEISEL CBD, Dot Com which CB line. If giving Zaidi join issues pain take your friend is crazy and need some shift to calm down. That's healthy. You know we're here for you We're else show on instagram and yet come say hi I'm a little weird a little serious I. Don't really know who I am anymore. So come ball. To start this new page called like average life coach or I want to start one called. Like allergic to adulting. I was trying to buy that handling it and it's just like me being like I cannot adults like I. You know I'm thirty and I'm like. To Grow Up. Though not. Ever. Yes it's going to be. We'll go to. Austin. Growing ball there's still many things that are changing. I can't wait to see what's Genuinely. Love you. Thank you so much for being here. All but. I I-. Sisters. And work out..

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"autrey" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on Untangle

"Thank you so much for being with us on untangled today. We are just thrilled to have you here. Thank you so much wonderful summer day here in Santa Fe. Oh, that's awesome I wanted to start by asking you the question. I love the book. I read it this weekend. Just devoured it and wanted to understand what inspired you to write this particular book I've had the good fortune to be working in the end of life. Life Care Field, and in various other fields, including working with people corporations, working in humanitarian efforts working as a volunteer, the penitentiary system, working with educators, and it just been for fifty years, and I've had the opportunity to hear people who want to serve others who are engaged in service to others whether in education or medicine or law or business hearing them speak about the kinds of challenges. They experience in their work service to others. And it has been an extraordinary experience for me because one thinks that being a good person opening one's life to a world of service whether you're a doctor, a nurse, a lawyer and educator, or even a parent that this is work that is continually easy, but it's not necessarily a so, and so I began to look at the consistent patterns in relation to states that are considered to be virtuous like altruism or empathy or integrity and respect and engagement and discovered that. That there are shadow sides to these important human capacities, and that <hes> the shadow sides are often a source of great suffering, not only to those who are serving, but to those who are being served so I wrote the book I wrote the book in part because I also saw that the lever or the means of transforming the shadow side of these virtuous states is compassion, and so the last section of the book. It's you know is about compassion, yeah, and you. You just mentioned the edge states, and you talked about being at the edge can either gives us great potential for growth, or for suffering, depending on how we face our situations, and you also mentioned that like our toughest challenges can be our most valuable source of wisdom. I'm so curious about what is the difference between people who fall apart when they're challenged in these situations and the people who do become wiser, and who are able to grow. How do you think about? About that I don't know what the common feature is. Because what I've seen is that this potential for transformation exists within all of us and I think that's really important for all of us to understand that we all have this capacity to actually shift out of these conditions, and to that caused us so much suffering, and in the process of shifting to actually become stronger as a result of this transformation process. In my experience, it can happen to any kind of person. But that shift also involves as I said before opening up the experience of fundamental compassion, and when I talk about compassion, I'm speaking about this capacity to actually attend to our own experience into the experience of others as well as to have the intention to actually transform suffering and various other qualities, which I described in relation to compassion, but it's like in our day profundis in our deepest most difficult moments. This is where and Rebecca Sola talks about this. There is hope in the darkness. I Look Patricia as someone who has. been through a lot in relation to my own work as a time of kind of it's an experience of building character if you will when we fall over the edge, find ourselves in great difficulties, and we managed to pull ourselves out of the difficulties, and as a result of that, we're actually strengthened, and we have more capacity. There's

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"autrey" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on WDRC

"Fifties this is called Ross Kendall and the Sentinel here's gene Autry on gene Autry's melody ranch I gene Autrey aid to their own home when you do that as well all the stars and spring is broken you are the the the and made me go home we welcome him be the yeah welcome once again the melody ranch yes so you're right on time for the first business of the day is you we you our only use and one yes the first portion of gene Autry's melody ranch more after these words.

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"autrey" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Hurt interviews full. Steve United my previous life of being professional swim coach. And it's no surprise that Olympic gold medalist swimmers or athletes or translates. It's no surprise that the best in the will have coaches that get to a level of the sport or the athletic career and decide what you know on the best in the world on the world record holder. Nowadays cash is the reason that the head coach is mental. Stephen you know it's the Siamese business online you wanna find someone that's already getting the results that you want to achieve Because they can offer you a fast track but might thank you use or even months to figure out the leap limitation moving odds update. Maybe a Miley I would help you in weights. Yeah okay all right. Can we have had I a quick question? Hey from Sharon about Renovation Company for one of her clients and I had to stop everything. Because of a government order government movement audit movement controlled What can be done for that business will? That's a little bit lock. The Cinema Rafa government is if there's a regulation they it is very difficult And if you're a tools hands on person Other than doing training and courses it is probably pretty difficult one to get around right at this moment so look renovation company I would suggest some sort. Of course some sort of model way you could teach people something online cipher. An example. There's going to be people. So he's he's too wide and fissuring as well. There's going to be played out the product. Cova nineteen will thinking to themselves you want. I should probably. I've been renovation. Business right the thinking. Y'All could probably make money out of doing right now. Is Ron and so if you've already been successful running renovation company or renovation business why not teach that to other people just because they can't use it during the nineteen doesn't mean that might use it at some? Point Soon Ryan. This isn't gonNA GONNA last forever study. It could last three months six months twelve months. Id months two years. Who knows how long when I say this. The lockdowns the Oscillation We know how long lost we do. Nowadays it's not GonNa last forever right. The Spanish flu didn't last forever Alvar is's lockdowns in history of mankind and womankind didn't last forever. So you could teach that to other people and that's what I'll be looking at. You know have tightened skills and teach that to him so they can use it on the other side of this Bob Dasa question here. Came could have food and cocktail to accompany. It's probably a very similar answer. You know we don't have to go into the nitty gritty of it. Because we said would keep it to fifteen minutes. But it's probably a similar thing to to that happy to discuss that with you at a later date when we got a little bit more. Tom Or came on. I am Tom Mindful of time. Any other points before we finish. And you're not mention the word pivot because I would just encourage people to take that next. It you know in the opening created it also Table that can give fosse track in them. You know give you That ID and help you with that concept. So if that's something you want help with. Stephen ought to have a implementation in coaching program. The way helping people to transition get traction online. So if you'd like to find out more information about that just got a business. Reinvented DOT COM dot. A year will leave a message in comments a lot and Steven autrey chapel lineup. Tom What we can just chat about. Your Business Chat about your ideas and then flowed from an thanks. Bob Is just sit. Thanks really very interesting. Thanks for your guidance. Appreciate you appreciate you say you facebook your feedback. Clark Kent Maybe or site. Thanks very much focused on. The euro was business. Reinvented DOT COM DOT COM. If you want to reach out to us Would love to have a chat to you I think Cam lets top to pivot and get out of this. Raymond not let it run by all right. Thanks folks really great to see you again and we look forward to seeing your next time..

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"autrey" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Pulling Milwaukee into a tie as you heard there were two seconds remaining on the clock. Paschal Siaka looking for a little redemption two point to to go. Bam bowed a CRM CRM straight autrey contested at the horrid off the glass. No God game three's going overtime. Our customer, calling here on ESPN radio five minutes of overtime settles nothing. Second overtime bucks down one, it's a high screen from Lopez drives assaulted outback's off the free point stripe. Five to suits. Now, spins. Owing loss to turn over to the other way. Three thirteen in second overtime or team to shoot. Two minutes to go loops it to Middleton drive, spins nowhere to go out to brogden bad past the stair floor fifty two to go. Leonard defense in front of us. He covered ten feet three times, I was back forth at any finally makes the steel Chris Middleton has it walks. It across the half court lined up by Danny green. Here's a past the Lopez drives down, low flips, it up five Siachen greens, gotta with would forty-one seconds came from the other side of the foul line covered that fifteen feet fares Leonard into the lane stopped at the elbow. Now trying to get by brogden gets underneath. Four point lead their Toronto. Ultimately wind by six one. Eighteen one twelve in double overtime. Milwaukee still has a two one series lead Toronto now.

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"autrey" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"You know, other free agent, and then they're going to still have to work with the coups MOS, and the balls and the Ingram's and the other guys that they have. And that's who the Lakers have put together so far. So I don't know don't you feel that somebody is going to pay a price. Besides LeBron James for them missing. Only front autrey from Luke Walton on on back. Yeah. Don't you think somebody's somebody's going to be gone by the time? They start next season either the coach or someone in the front office or somebody that kind of aronoff group in Dench. Mitch somebody in the front office would have to be one of those beloved figures that we've been talking about in in Hollywood because it would have to be Magic Johnson. And you guys me say this for me says before what has magic Edward rob Pelinka. While the first Cousy is going to be Luke. Well, he'll be collateral. Could be rob Pelinka too. Or Luke, maybe magic unproven in an executive capacity. We have seen the the interesting run of Absopure's stars or highly highly valued players, and how some and very few have have really reached the pinnacle only one reached the pinnacle that he's one of the all-time hall of fame executives as well as hall of fame player in Addis, Jerry West and there have been others had moderate success. But nobody to the extent Jerry West did. And so, but it's not that easy. You know it anyway, no magic has improving anything yet. And I am Bob looking at the Lakers right now, in my opinion. And it's not the first time. I've stated it. They are in as much disarray off the court as they are on the court, and you now start to wonder if all those attractive free agents aren't seeing the same crap were saying, I'm sure someone's pointing it out to them. And that's very interesting Mike about it. And. This has been going on for quite a while. You know, the bus brother sister, you know, split. Oh, yeah. That's ever since Dr Jerry, you know, went to his final reward that has not been the same. But it's funny because you know, back in the day, they were the ideal chain of command team, the owner owned the GM GM the coach coach and the players played in their proper roles in their proper. Coordination, and it was wonderful. But and they were they saw the results with the championships. But no, it's not it's not the same there. As far as your questions because this interesting this puts lie to my old theory would that the Lakers would never be bad because they're LA and Sunan fund and championship legacy that there's no way to Lakers would ever be bad. And they're about to lose miss out in the playoffs for what the six to eight year. Whatever it is. Hey before we go on guys. Let me say this about pair club. Our sponsor. You know, your confidence.

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"autrey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"A lot of things. So I try to bring in each of practical tips that you'll listen and applied to business. It goes marketing for creative you can find it on itunes, boy, five autrey like any of your favorite platforms. When you listen to podcasts. And if you want to know more about what type of influence over you are right now, and what to do next how to grow your influence in authority. You can go to the website. Marina barrage, a dot com for slash influence and take a quick desk there on several questions, and you gather Auteuil what is your situation? Now was your next step, and you will get somewhat the abso- from me after that employees. Afraid to get to me on social media. Happy to on social media the same thing. Marina, barrage arena, Baraga everywhere. Excellent. Excellent real. Thank you so much for coming on as a pleasure and a breath of fresh air chatting with you like I said, we're we're like minded people on opposite sides of the planet. And that's the magic of the internet that allows us to do that. True my morning gopher you got to your time drink evening drink. Look, we're we're creating content and helping people that's that's the name of the game. Really? Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate you. It's not pleasure. Frederick to serve audience today. All right. Take care. This episode of tip is brought to you by data color and the new spider. X pro the spider. X pro is designed for serious, photographers and designers seeking a fast accurate and easy to use monitor calibration solution. You can check out the spider x pro at spider x dot data, color dot com. This episode of this week in photo is brought to you by creative live head over to creative live dot com. And choose from over one thousand amazing courses, use the code twit. Tin at checkout to get ten dollars off your first purchase this episode of this week and photo is brought to you by WPI the wedding in portrait, photographers international conference, head over to WPI expo dot com slash twit to get thirty dollars off your show floor expo pass..

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"autrey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One of the contractor employees was autrey Murray. I work eight hours for the Smithsonian. I've been furlough since January. I also were for contractor at stake department. I am man a single mother. I lost my husband last year. I bought me a house in the process, man. I'm worried about hammer pay my mortgage the Bill to make whole people like Audrey Murray is backed so far by fourteen senators all on the democratic side of the aisle. Maryland's Chris van Holland is one of them. We're not talking about compensation going to people at high salaries what it would do in. Its current form is cap the total reimbursement at people who are making. Fifty thousand a year. Our concern is that it's pretty hard to tell where to draw the line of who's deserves this, and who doesn't that's David berto. He heads the professional services council a trade group for federal contractors within the federal government civilians. There's no half. It says if you make above this level, you don't get your money back. You get your money back at any level at which you operating for the federal government. We think the same should apply for contract workers who are putting on page status. And federal contractor Hannah says while the congressional fix sound simple. It would effectively be paying contractors for having done. Nothing. It's not quite clear, how those payments would actually work under the procurement rules that we all have to work under. But I mean, I'm sure favor over there able to do it. It's never been done before. But then no other shutdowns hit contractors like this one has David welna NPR news, Washington. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Coming on the program. We'll look at a docudrama about several thousand Jews who survived the holocaust and were in Berlin. More on that story. Other news is well ahead on all things considered. I K Q E D public radio. I'm Michael state time late on a Friday night is eleven forty eight. The president said I.

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"autrey" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"It's just you and your team. We'll have you changed your handle yet? Is there any place we should follow? You haven't changed my handle yet? And I'm debating on what to do with the whole name changing process in just handle should be Olivia off Shapiro. Well, I have that reserved. So you should make them it could potentially be changing soon. But for right now, it'll be autrey. I nothing like upcoming is going to be that significant other than my workout. So like, I just feel like people should patiently wait until your wedding. And just like all the photos all the flow that will roll out from there because I can only venture to guess how good the photos will be. I'm really focused on my flow. And I've said it so many times to Josh like the flowing. You click the hashtag, I want the flow to pop in like, I want to send everyone a preset that they need to you. I was going to say sending a precept Anthony Vasquez. No. But I literally or like if my friends are taking pictures, I want to be like, oh airdrop. That's me. I'll just add it it for you real quick. 'cause sometimes the way people at it sotos like sketch. Wild like horrific. What about instead of a photo booth? You have like an editing booth where people like there. And like people just like at it on the spot and then again, right? Very peanuts. You could have someone from doing. Oh my God. It was like someone emails their photo. And they get it sent back like the way that it should be in the theme of the wedding or they joined to it for the toast. They posted to the group they make it in premium. And then they go only problem with that is that when you upload it to Facebook. It's not as high red. So the Email aspect, I think or airdrop like just get another phone that like someone sends a photo knows Scott super complicated. Super calm. Looking the details that I wanna worry about. I'll take it on for you. Jackie. Okay. Thank you over tuning into the longest show ever. I hope will have an amazing weekend. I had to take care of my nephew sneak snitch. Thank you, both so much congratulations on just a wonderful wedding and a job well done. We will see you all on Monday back with Claudia..

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"autrey" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Choose your vacation immediately. If you're not overly picky about it. You can make that decision one two three and you can move on. But getting a venue. That's not locked up for that you want and you did it. So well, yeah. So still Lisa pay Parfait angel. Yeah. Here Matija syrupy befall. But like, I just literally saw it online. I Senator I said can you make this? She came with her suitcase and all these different paper samples or you. Did this simple. That's that. I was on your bachelorette. We were at the club at two in the morning, and she sent me the proof, and I was like not one hundred percent sober, and the monogram was upside down because the way the envelope flap close, and I was like the monogram upside down, and she's like, a no that's how it's supposed to be. And I was like I need to get off my phone right now. But I literally my invitations in nine business days and she made them overseas. And look at it. I mean, you had a three month engagement we could assured by four weeks address. Wow. Total. Okay. Another amazing. Wait. Another holly. How has it been working with all the autrey sisters who has been the easiest decision maker? And who has been the hardest in the sense of they take forever to make a decision. And yes, I I'm going to ask you to pit two women against each other and compare and contrast us as brides because you at one point we're working with both of us at the same time. Yes. So okay. Well, you guys are completely different. I guess of all the systems there's something that you all do have. And I actually complemented each and every one of you on that you guys have very consistent. You're very very consistent tastes, which is really easy to work with because there are a lot of brides that don't attend that sense. Everyone is very definitive about to taste what they like them when they don't like, which is amazing. It makes our job so much easier. The to compare you guys. So a Labus really boss like hardcore, we're doing this. We're doing right now. This is we're gonna make it would make it today. And if you don't answer within the next sixty seconds, I'm gonna make the decision, and then you're gonna tell me that I should change it. And then I'm gonna let you. It's like one hundred zero boss, and I think Jackie more like, let's see the options. Let's play with it a little bit more Princess and whimsical and I wanted to be prettier. And it's it's a lot more of a of a fairytale and Libya's a lot more of a. I don't know how to compare it. But it's not a business because I don't want to take away from the fact that our wedding was so magnificent, and you know, it was magical your wedding. So I I wanna wanna take take that that away. away. Good example. But so here's the thing. I really Zack always says to me too. He's like why does everything have to be done right now? And I'm my because it just does not just how I am. So at one till it does call me yesterday. And you're like, I need you to make a decision on this right now, and it was done in sixty seconds. But he said to me like at one point. I was like when do you need my tablist 'cause we did like two long tables at all at assigned seating. And I was like get a team Monday. And he was like, honestly, if you could get it to me by like Friday that would be better. He's like, you always expect us to do everything and sixty seconds. So like, maybe you can do. And I was like oh my God. It was the best one ever. It was so funny. I was like, well, you're right. Okay. I have to do unto others as they have. I wouldn't taking the whole time. I'm like, this is how I need to ruin my life like now now now now now everything's right now, and I'm like, okay, fine. Boss life like it. Get to a computer and I'm sitting at a desk. Maybe Elliot's so firmer design perspective when you are doing a wedding. What do you think are really the most important elements like that have to that you really should invest in? Okay. Member moments are probably the most important thing. So people get caught up in my opinion on I don't want to take away.

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"autrey" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"We'll be right back from Josh with Josh from Birch Evans design, and we will be asking him all of your logistical related questions about the affair the affair to remember will C soon. Welcome back to the Morning Post wedding extravaganza. We are now joined by Josh emerge events designs, your one name wonder, do you know for so long that we were working together? I didn't know your last name, and I didn't need to just Josh even in my phone. Even my sisters Olivia autrey. Claudia ashtray, and you're just jealous really everybody from Birch is like Josh Birch Alana Birch Sarah like, you guys don't have last names. And then like in the beginning when I was working with the people from Birch. And like Alana who was my day of person like Messa Di MI on Instagram, and like had absolutely no clue who she was like her last name funny. Go is this like I thought it was just a random person. And then like I do in together, but she will all be will forever. Be saved in my phone rich last name, that's cruzi birches kind of been our identity now. I mean, even my kids call themselves. Birch they want to change the name legally they shit. That's what you are. Josh word. How about you ever met his kids? No. But I've heard you talk about them. You love them. Love them. And they're like mini. Claudia Jackie's in the making swear to God. He gets the most outrageous thing I've ever seen. They have so much spunk in so much like pizzazz and opinion and attitude, and I was like you have to, cultivate, that because these kids are going to be like some some. Those were being them. What you said you like you need to, cultivate, this. I'm like you, cultivate. Cultivates this woman special great. Well, we're so excited to have you on the show because you did Olivia's wedding is incredible. We have some photos that we are going to show up on the stream, but kind of want take it back to the beginning because you also designed Claudia's wedding beautiful how we knew us through Claudius. So how did you in? Claudia sync up. I think one of my friends. Well, actually, it was my partner. Caroline. She was amazing. She called me up. She says girl with no jobs getting married. We should do our wedding. And I'm like who's girl with no job? Sorry, quote, here we love you. We very well. But at the time, it's just like girl. No job and cheese. She's like what's wrong with you. And I was like, I guess everything. So I jumped in looked at it. And she's like, we should do this. We'll get along. So well, a personalities mash rich, you know, sure, we'll discuss that's part of the process. Right. Try and then we linked up someone reach out to Claudia qualities like sure I'll give you a shot. Let's meet we met and became besties. I hope. Yes. So it was that. And that was before we were on a panel together. That was right. Was it right before we wanna pray before? Like, it was just. Sarah, put us on the panel in Sarah is like behind the scenes over here, and she is like Josh's right hand. And she was my right hand on the day of and she's like everything. But Josh, and I were on a panel together. It was like an entrepreneurship leadership unleash onto. Yes. And he was like nice to meet you. I'm doing your sister's wedding. I'm like, oh my God. That's so cool. And then like at a follow up meeting them other to leader. I was like hi there camel together. And I barely remembered that was such a blur to me because I like public thing, and I was just like this the whole time. And I was like I want to get it over with and everybody there was so powerful. And I was like I'm just like this little guy does core. And now, you're a seasoned pro up here on the tone to me. Okay. So let's talk about the decoy for your wedding is so beautiful. What was the inspiration behind it? How did you guys come to this design motif?.

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"autrey" Discussed on Talking Points

Talking Points

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on Talking Points

"Today. We've got a very special guest of very close friend of mine, and she goes by many different handles at girl with no job at Claude with no job at the job swift with no date. Claudia autrey? Thanks for joining us love this. I love talking to you like it's fake because like we talk all the time, you know. But now, we're like pretending I known it's nice to turn the tables like end to make eye contact with someone I never make contact with people. It's like my biggest law, but you're comfortable with me 'cause we're friends and Claudia is a she wears a lot of hats. She's got an amazing Instagram account. Several amazing ones that I just mentioned. She also is a comedian who I have seen now several times I'm a full-blown fan. The whole show was like for you and morning show host. And actually you like being introduced as you know. I I haven't decided yet. I go through phases. Like, sometimes they're just like comedian because I think that commands respect, but it didn't morning show host also commands respect like she wakes up early. Yeah. You do it all while running things on social media. So I usually now especially now that it's sober January one weekend, I know until Saturday night. I'm back. I actually went to L A and did events and stuff and did not I was out of brunch. And people reading the Bloody Mary card and I- resisted, this hips events are very difficult without especially when a co Kidman is toasting with champagne, you know, how that is. You gotta do the right thing. He's was standing. So I don't even know what we were just talking about. But let's just introduce you to g writers. So who you are. So you got your start with the girl with no job Instagram and posting hysterical means fell into me m- culture when it was very early on like I've been on Instagram since I was a freshman in college, which is for six years seven years that's like a longtime for an app. So attribute a lot of the success of your old job. Just to the mere fact that I was on Instagram so early like the only other person on Instagram at the time was like manner polar and she also really took off. So mean, culturally just kind of developed out of necessity for people to communicate with one another without actually saying anything, and I really just capitalize on that. And just like easier than just tagging, a friend. So I don't have to say, I miss you, just tag it in when I meet people that are like you literally keep me in contact with my friends like we never really talked. But we send each other just to let them know. We're thinking about it. And that's really like the way millennials communicate now. But it's so you have taken that amazing neem account that just hit how many, followers and followers. Now. I mean, we have I mean not to like ran on your private. We just had my million monthly unique some December, but must be nice, but I only have two hundred thousand Instagram followers. So you're killing me there. But so, but it's it's really awesome. Because you've taken this me mccown, but you're hysterical as a person..

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"autrey" Discussed on Talking Points

Talking Points

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"autrey" Discussed on Talking Points

"Today. We've got a very special guest of very close friend of mine, and she goes by many different handles at girl with no job at Claude with no job at the job swift with no date. Claudia autrey? Thanks for joining us love this. I love talking to you like it's fake because like we talk all the time, you know. But now, we're like pretending I known it's nice to turn the tables like end to make eye contact with someone I never make contact with people. It's like my biggest law, but you're comfortable with me 'cause we're friends and Claudia is a she wears a lot of hats. She's got an amazing Instagram account. Several amazing ones that I just mentioned. She also is a comedian who I have seen now several times I'm a full-blown fan. The whole show was like for you and morning show host. And actually you like being introduced as you know. I I haven't decided yet. I go through phases. Like, sometimes they're just like comedian because I think that commands respect, but it didn't morning show host also commands respect like she wakes up early. Yeah. You do it all while running things on social media. So I usually now especially now that it's sober January one weekend, I know until Saturday night. I'm back. I actually went to L A and did events and stuff and did not I was out of brunch. And people reading the Bloody Mary card and I- resisted, this hips events are very difficult without especially when a co Kidman is toasting with champagne, you know, how that is. You gotta do the right thing. He's was standing. So I don't even know what we were just talking about. But let's just introduce you to g writers. So who you are. So you got your start with the girl with no job Instagram and posting hysterical means fell into me m- culture when it was very early on like I've been on Instagram since I was a freshman in college, which is for six years seven years that's like a longtime for an app. So attribute a lot of the success of your old job. Just to the mere fact that I was on Instagram so early like the only other person on Instagram at the time was like manner polar and she also really took off. So mean, culturally just kind of developed out of necessity for people to communicate with one another without actually saying anything, and I really just capitalize on that. And just like easier than just tagging, a friend. So I don't have to say, I miss you, just tag it in when I meet people that are like you literally keep me in contact with my friends like we never really talked. But we send each other just to let them know. We're thinking about it. And that's really like the way millennials communicate now. But it's so you have taken that amazing neem account that just hit how many, followers and followers. Now. I mean, we have I mean not to like ran on your private. We just had my million monthly unique some December, but must be nice, but I only have two hundred thousand Instagram followers. So you're killing me there. But so, but it's it's really awesome. Because you've taken this me mccown, but you're hysterical as a person..

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