35 Burst results for "Baileys"
Crosby's FG in OT helps Packers edge Patriots, Zappe 27-24
"New England's third string quarterback Bailey zappy was forced into the game when number two Brian Hoyer suffered a first half concussion and in his debut nearly pulled off a huge upset but the packers beat the patch 27 24 in overtime Aaron Rodgers endured only his fourth career pick 6 in a rough first half of Green Bay 77 yards to set up mason Crosby's 31 yard walk off field goal on the final play of OT Wins win There was an ugly first half good second half But celebrate this and now that schedule gets physically demanding as far as job three and one packers are London bound next week to face the three in one giants patriots dropped to one in three Mark Daniels Green Bay
Hoskins homers, Phillies end skid in 5-1 win over Nationals
"Rhys Hoskins hit his 30th Homer of the season in the first inning and drove in two runs while Bailey faltered through shutout ball over 6 innings as the Phillies snapped their 5 game losing streak beating the nationals 5 to one Hoskins was happy to see the streak end I think it wore on us Look we're competitive We care We care probably too much at times Like I said in this game you can't dwell on it for too long We have to flush it We continue to win games We're going to be where we want to be The Philly stole 6 bases with JT real Muto stealing three bases giving him 21 steals and 21 homers this season Craig heist Washington
Clement scores from 2nd on wild pitch, Guardians top Twins
"The guardians won for the 7th time in 8 games by turning a three zero deficit into a four three decision over the twins Pinch runner Ernie Clement scored the go ahead run from second on a wild pitch in the 8th inning pushing Minnesota 5 games behind Cleveland for the AL central lead The guardians tied it with a three run 7th capped by Ahmed Rosario's two run single The twins didn't score after Jack caves two run Homer in the fourth off Tristan McKenzie Minnesota starter Bailey obery came off the 60 day disabled list and held the guardians to one hit over 5 innings I'm Dave ferry
Falter, Schwarber help Phillies earn DH split with Mets
"That's in Philadelphia they split another day and I double header game one saw New York school a pair of runs in the 5th and 6th innings It wrote to an 8 two win Seth Lugo picked up the win of relief and game two Alec boom and a two run double to give the fills a leaf for good and a four one win Long day didn't start good and wash it away and come back and get a win Bailey falter picked up the win it was his first of the season Michael luongo Philadelphia
Gomes, Smyly help lift Cubs to three-game sweep of Phillies
"The cubs have a four game winning streak after completing a three game sweep of the Phillies four three The cubs Homer three times as they completed their first three game sweep in Philadelphia since July 2000 Jan Gomes furnished two of the three round trippers and Nelson Velazquez also went deep Drew smiley retired his first 14 batters before Bryson Scott doubled and scored on Alex bohm's single to left It was the only run allowed by smiley who surrendered just four hits over 6 innings David Robertson notched his 14th save in Bailey falter took the laws Garrett Stubbs homeward for the fills I'm Dave
Alcantara spins another gem, Marlins top Mets 2-0 in 10
"The Marlins did their scoring in the tenth inning of a two zero shutout of the mets Ghost runner Billy Hamilton stole third and continued home on catcher Thomas nido's throwing error Luke Williams capped the scoring with an RBI single Bailey was able to steal her get home on a wild throw and then I came up just trying to find a good picture hit and got one and ask for the other huge Sandy Alcantara tossed 7 innings of 6 hit ball He's gone at least 7 frames and 12 consecutive starts The Marlins gained a four game split and cut the mets lead in the NL east to one and a half games over the braves I'm Dave
Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries
"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker
Doug Shares the Story of 'The Candle in the Forest'
"To tell you the story of the candle in the forest, but simple Bailey. The small girl's mother was saying, the onions will be silver and the carrots will be gold. And the potatoes will be ivory, said the small girl and they laugh together. The small girl's mother had a big white bowl in her lap and she was cutting up vegetables. The onions were the hardest because she cried over them. But our tears will be pearls, said the small girl's mother, and they laughed at that and drive their eyes and found the carrots much easier and the potatoes easiest of all. Then the next door neighbor came in and said, what are you doing? We're making a vegetable pie for our Christmas dinner, the small girl's mother said. And the onions are silver and the carrots are gold and the potatoes are ivory said the small girl. I'm sure I do not know what you're talking about, said the next door neighbor, we're going to have turkey for dinner and cranberry and celery. The small girl laughed and clapped her hands. But we're going to have a Christmas pie and the onions will be silver and the carrots gold. You said that once, said the next door neighbor, and I should think you'd know that there weren't anything of the kind. But they are, said the little small girl, all shining eyes and rosy cheeks. Run along darling, said the small girl's mother. And fine poor pussy pour up. He's out in the cold, and you can put her on your red sweater and red cap. So the small girl hopped away like a happy Robin and the next door neighbor said she's old enough to know that onions aren't silver. But they are, said the small girl's mother. And carrots are gold and the potatoes are in the next door neighbor's face was flaming. If you say that again, I'll scream. It sounds silly to me. But it isn't. Really, in the least bit silly, the small girl's mother said, and her eyes were blue and sapphires. As clear as the sea, it is sensible. When people are poor, they have to make the most of little things, and the only we only have expensive things in our pie. But the onions will be silver and the lips of the next door neighbor were folded in a thin line. If you had acted like a sensible creature, I shouldn't have shouldn't have to ask you for the rent. The smaller girl's mother was silent for a moment. And then she said, I'm sorry. It ought to be sensible to make the best of things.
Breitbart's Political Editor Emma Jo Morris on Joe Biden's Knowledge of Hunter's Business Dealings
"I don't know what he was doing. I know he was on the board. I found out he was on the board after he was on the board. And that was it. And there's a lot of time. Isn't this something you want to get to the bottom of? No, because I trust my son. But that doesn't pass the smell test. It's like, when you're a vice president, isn't there a higher standard? Don't you need to know what's happening with your family. Don't need to put down some guardrails. Unless there was something that was there was something on his face that was wrong. There's nothing else face that was wrong. So look, if you want to talk about problems, let's talk about Trump's family. I mean, come on. This is amazing. Nothing on its face was wrong. Let's not talk about me. Let's talk about the Trump family because yeah, reasons. That is the sad pathetic old man who bear Bailey bears the title president of the United States, talking about whether he knew anything about his son's business relations. No, I didn't. But just stop asking me questions. Let's get to the truth about the actual knowledge that he had of Hunter Biden's corruption in so many different ways. With somebody who, well, broke the laptop from hell story. We are delighted to have her in studio. She is an awful terrible. Maybe because she spent far too much time in Canada. She's Emma Joe Morris. She is the political editor for one of the most powerful organizations in the world that's on the right side. It's called breitbart dot com and she is in studio welcome Emma. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me. So first things first, I'm going to ask you about your background. How you get to bright about where you were before that. But just to reaction to that random act of journalism from axios where we're here to see how old guy get a little bit touchy at the end, but first say, no, nothing to see here. Yeah, I mean, it's pretty unbelievable, especially after all of the reporting from the New York Post. I mean, the first story, the first story was addressing that claim, specifically, which was that he didn't know. So he was kind of skirting by saying my son does what my son does and I don't have anything to do with it and nobody had anything to say actually you do until the post reporting, which was the first story. Vladimir from burisma says, thank you for the opportunity to meet your father. And that was an email that we have the actual words of the originator who it's going to thanking Hunter Biden for having me meet what your daddy. Yeah. And then obviously, you know, a couple with that story of the same day. We had the story of The White House leaking conference calls to charisma. So obviously he was aware, obviously, they were helping each other. And the way that they were kind of making this whole thing look okay if you don't have the emails in public view was they weren't being paid while Joe Biden was in office. So that was kind of the plausible deniability way that they
"baileys" Discussed on Revision Path
"Like a leah. We'll say layout but then there were people who are technologists right. There are people who are anthropologist. Who were becoming information architects. And so yeah just you know sociologists in cognitive psychologists so that now as a designer you're starting to interact with these people. They're also people with backgrounds in motion design in film design and so they were starting to come together in these at these companies and so that was really interesting was just now interfacing with such a range of creative people whereas graphic designer. You might interact with a photographer. Yay and maybe illustrator. But yeah really interesting. Y- i would say for those of us designers that are probably like forty and up to really see how the entire design community has changed from those early days in the nineties to now has been. It's been really kind of inspiring see. Just how much things have changed. Yeah absolutely and i think that's why also save at User experiences such an amazing is just because it is really on the cusp of that. Moore's law can you'll transformation in in chains right like it's almost as if design is becoming something new and you exit sort of on the forefront of that so the fact it's yeah it's constantly growing and changing so it's a really exciting. It has a continual frontier right as a continual kind of greenfield in front of it. Now even with all the design. Work that you've done over the years you also have kind of your own side business side project. That's called propaganda. how did that come about. That's a great question and great timing for that question because it's sort of your what we're talking about right now. This moment for me was a time when i kind of stopped doing that kind of work so when i was an undergrad i kind of Really short story here. When i was in undergrad my second year in school. I did really well. I hear my second year in school. I started to get really just kind of uninspired really had a hard time understanding how you know kind of this black kid. I'm pretty much. The only one program has one every year in the program really felt isolated in house. Gestalt psychology semiotics. And how are these seeing. We'll have anything to do with me right. The all these kind of western kind of theories and things and so i even had a professor kind of approach me and say you know i had a really hard end of year review and he he pulled me aside and said you know i you know i look around the city i see so many black folks basically and then i look in the program and you're really the only one i would think that you would wanna represent your essentially represent your race right and that was or represent. You raised better. And that was one. He was not black so had no. That's pretty wild. Say jaw dropping kind of like moment for me and from that point on i was. I was singed by that like really burnt by that but we had a project shortly after that where we had to take a word and manipulate it and have it means something else. A typographic study. Something clicked in me. And i and for some reason i chose the word thanksgiving and i started playing with the words. You playing with the letters in the word. And i kind of i started with red letters and i changed one letter to white another letter to white and another one and then started making the red letters disappear and started to stimulate population start thinking.
"baileys" Discussed on Revision Path
"Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do what. My name's eric bailey. And i mean design lied. I lied eighteen of designers at a company called zillow. And i'm also a graphic artist..
"baileys" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Like superman lives as it was called that that were put into pre production. And there's a great documentary. Whatever happened to the death of superman. I highly recommend all i. I love that. I actually sized to meet josh nap shortly before his passing Good i'm glad i can. What was weird was from everyone who i had ever to said. They met him and seeing him. He's always more fun loving. And when i met him he was so quiet and so kind of out of it gave me a sense that something was off. You know. i really would've liked to have got to talk to him morning gauge. And but you could tell like something fell off and then like i wanna say month or two later was his passing and now it's like. Wow so that's what he was battling going through. Yes steve unison. I got the interview him when we were doing radio. Koa live the radio version of it. Used to listen to that We had him on twice and He's really nice. Guy like super approachable. really funny boy did he. Not like any of the fantastic four films but you know when but it's kind of funny that when you eat your your for you mentioned like superman fan of in general it was really weird to watch From like from the early two thousands until like twenty thirteen. You had this like weird schism small fans. And they're the chris reeve fans and the comic book fans never really made much of an imprint in on the culture on the internet It's kind of funny. When i think about it that it's always like one of the media versions that seems to like lead a fan group. Online and the smallville fans and the traditional superman fans did not get along. There was arguing in message boards which sounds so petty and it was. But you know you look today. It seems kind of quaint. Because it's not like you. You went to like everybody was on the message board. It's always say that the difference between early two thousands internet culture and especially when it comes to superhero characters and now is that back. Then you had to find a site you had to create an account you had to log in and he had to kind of keep up with it whereas now it's all on the public square and you just kind scrolling through germany sperling through twitter through facebook better And now everyone's part of the conversation and it just it just makes everything a little more complicated sometimes more negative sometimes positive but But i remember that shift right around the time in two thousand thirteen when ministerial came out and his whole new group of fans emerged and the old fans just pounded them really like like i literally the weekend man of steel came out at a at a friend visit so we could go see it and i'm watching the saturday after the saturday of the weekend came out and i'm watching these meltdowns happening online where people are just losing their minds and getting into arguments and just tearing into each other and i'm just like y'all everybody needs to kinda calm down and then you gotta get caught up in it but i remember being really on the side of the man of steel people mainly because i think everybody was being really unfair to them. Yeah and it's weird because you're talking about this fanta mentally. They put their pockets. You know like you have your movie. Version your version and i mean it. It still baffles me. That superman itself has been more successful as a tv character compared to like theatrical character. You know. I feel like just stories. In general batman leans better to being tv character. But we've never had a batman television series since sixty six compared to superman who's had eventually the man super boy. If you want to count smallville lois and clark and superman and lois. It's pretty interesting. And i think i'm wondering if that's because superman benefits from long form storytelling more than more than than a movie version. Because i remember. I keep saying i remember when manziel was going out and jimmy allston wasn't a part of it and then there was that five minutes. They thought it was going to be jenny. Olson because one of the production like the making of books came out. And there is like a kerfuffle over that but they're like jimmy olsen's not going to be in it and i remember thinking of time ago. You don't really need it. And you know like you know to quote michael shannon film harris safe from but but to me when you're when you're when you're talking about a movie where you have two and a half to three two sometimes four hours to tell us sorry you don't have a lot of real estate to take up with side characters. You've really got a unless they're really integral to the plot. And when you look at the chris. Rock films mark mcclure place Played jimmy olsen in all four of the films and it supergirl and in the first movie he was given a lot to do and that kind of diminished as the movies went on it was just like he was there because he needed to be there. But there are points in all of those films if you had removed jimmy completely. Not that i want them to. But if you remove jimmy completely from the movie it doesn't really affect the movie all that much Whereas in the television series you need side characters because you need people for the character to bounce off up. And this is why jack larson on the fifty series and Both michael landes and the second guy whose name justin wheel doesn't we thank you in even aaron. Ashmore on smallville you know you could you could bring those characters and because it's it creates more of a shit a with continued stories because you can do more with them now to be fair lows. Clark jimmy mainly served to deliver exposition every once in a while a plot with like revolve around him but he was mainly the guy that came in to say. Hey seed cake a lowest. Here's this bit of information you ask a by you like.
Trea Turner slam, solo HR; Kershaw hurt, Dodgers beat Brews
"Tracy Turner homered twice including a grand slam and the Dodgers came from behind to beat the brewers eight to six LA had trailed five one until Turner's fifth inning slam maybe five to five Matt Bailey broke the tie with a pinch hit Homer in the seventh Clayton Kershaw let up three runs before leaving in the second inning with an injury to his pitching arm Blake Treinen wanted in relief young del Gustav a took the loss Kenley Jansen got the save the Dodgers remain alive in the NL west race trailing the giants by two games with two to play mark Myers Los Angeles
Buxton's homer spoils Berríos’ return; Twins beat Jays 3-1
"Byron Buxton's two run Homer was the difference as the twins dump the blue jays three to one the blast was part of a three run third against Jose Berrios who is back in Minnesota for the first time since being dealt to Toronto with the trade deadline Maria struck out ten over six innings winning pitcher Bailey over limited the chase to a run over five and a third innings of the twins fourth straight win Marcus Semien homered for the blue jays who are two games behind the Yankees for the second AL wild card it was Semien's forty second home run one of the major league record for second baseman step by Atlanta's Davey Johnson in nineteen seventy three I'm Dave Ferrie
Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey Not Returning to RHOA
"There's a rumor out there. That cynthia bailey a kenya more are not returning to the real housewives of atlanta. Now porsche and candy will be back. But they're saying that they are going to cast younger new cast members acid rumor. We don't know if that's true and no word yet junior. I'm not sure. It's the og girl. Sha ray get fader are coming back. We don't know yet. We don't know. I've just had cynthia balian. Her husband. Michael show yesterday did they. Still any. t. steve a lot of stuff. But it wasn't about whether she's come back on this show man. Well that's a room. We don't know if it's true so we will see
Book: Top US officer feared Trump could order China strike
"A new book about the trump White House is the top US military officer called his counterpart in China to assure him the U. S. would not suddenly attack according to the book peril written by Bob Woodward and Robert constant joint chiefs chairman mark Bailey was so concerned about Donald Trump in the final weeks of his presidency he reportedly called the top Chinese commander in January of this year to reassure him the U. S. was stable after the capital incursion and said the two nations would not suddenly go to war a senior defense official confirms that report officials say Millie believe the president suffered a mental decline after he lost the election a view shared by house speaker Nancy Pelosi Donald Trump has responded denying he ever considered attacking China and saying if Millie went behind his back as reported the general should be tried for treason Jackie Quinn Washington
"baileys" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Just be yourself and of course the biggest harder to that is. Do you actually know who yourself is exactly. And that's you know that's that's probably for another conversation where you're going into all of that. But that is you know that is part of it is understanding your communication style in your vulnerabilities and your way to communicate with other people and you know look look at the greatest people on the planet that have lived like nelson mandela martin. Luther king you know even past great men of orlands. They've all been increase a lot of incredible speakers. Some you know. And that's how they learn to do it exactly they. They learned to do exactly right. All right so amazon is think you're right about toastmasters. I was a member of it for a little while and kind of came in contact with it all the time. But i think it's a great outlet for anybody who wants to learn but you're right. There should be teaching more at this of this in basic level at school at least teaching people to go up and speak at the top of the class for two minutes just to get that get over that massive hardly knife because you could ask to do a best manager wedding any go mart anyway. Thanks very much and good luck with your future speaking. And that's it for today. The program edited by fiona cartoon produced in researched by fergal berry. And we'll see tomorrow just after nine..
"baileys" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Want to tell you the problem with with xbox going to orland is economy. Get mortgage ecomog. Guess a foreign mortgage for an irish property because a lot of foreign buying swollen gland. if you're buying hosts uncork. let's say and the other problem is his wages are her wages are from a foreign inco. They can't be verified by an irish bank so the one piece of advice we would give me. Is that if he's moving his wages consistently into an irish bank account then he just takes. The box says okay. You're getting paid from foreign income. If he can prove he's pay taxes abroad on he will have his income for the foreseeable future. Now the question they will ask if he's gonna to buy a house in ireland. Are you going to live in ireland. And where will your income confirm if you're a teacher in arabia. So typically he has to have a job in ireland for six months in order to get a mortgage and orlands by property. Even that small bit of advice can be a nightmare to find that out. You may have intended for banks to find that and even out that the people you speak to at the bank will be constantly trying to sell you instead of just cutting to be told this man. More in torchy's seconds than loads of other people told him in the last couple of weeks so well. Interestingly like a large portion of our user base our irish people that are abroad are people that have moved are. That aren't irish people. I can't understand how the system works so one of the key. Things we do at the very start is figure out. What do you know what you don't know. On what sort of value can we ought to. In order to move this process along so it's l. a. n. t. i l. dot org dot com l. I n. t. i l. Dot com so lintel. Where like the support of of a window of a door. So we we support the homebuyer to the homing process by informing the expert advice. Introducing them to the service providers. They need from start to finish you. See there's this as pitch alright. Listen goodman. I love the idea. I love the idea. Because as i said it would. You've probably told that poor man who's teaching in arabia more thirty seconds than lots of people have told him in months. Thanks very much. it's worth a try lintel. L. a. n. t. i l. dot com. If you are nervous about buying your first hosts and who wouldn't be eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine. Six frank was on but education courses all this early one. Frank left school at fourteen and went to work in a shoe. Factory got married at five children then in the there was long term employed. I finally agreed to even start and ended up in the same class as my eldest daughter ended up in. Ucse did honors social science and now have a great job. The value of lifelong learning. It is in valuable like that one. Thanks frank eighteen. Fifty seven one five nine six. I wish i had this service when i was buying. My home says monica. thanks monica. It definitely helps with all the stress. This naked feeling my earnings as he lived in just talking to the men and i won't be buying a new host anytime soon i know. Pj was that website name again for all to purchase advice in mortgage advice. Lintel dot com. Thank you but the big concrete that goes over wind or a door and spell it wrong. l. I n. t. l. dot com all right l. I. n. t. i l. dot com. Monica says definitely would help with the stress. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine six. Here's something for your car. Ninety six events local hero talent search has just been launched association with hot press. If you're a band or hip hop artist or rapper. Dj era singer-songwriter. Then you could be featured live on carts ninety-six fm. We want to find out who you the next shane card or layer or pitcher. This then we want to hear from you. As part of irish music won't in tober an independent radio across ireland. We're looking for your music. Demos now so e mail us an mp. Three to irish music at ninety six am dot. 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Email cork zairy at ninety-six fm. I e thousand six. Fm one out there for what it's worth and see what response we get I don't know how much you're entitled to on the medicaid card from your dentist If anything or obviously tight to something on booking a dental appointment this morning was told the jute the dentists not making much money for medical card holders. They're choosing patients with cash. This is disgraceful. I myself hold a medical card and they explain this. I said i assume i'd be reimbursed. Maybe down the line. But i was told no. You won't be surely this isn't right. How many others are doing this. I totally understand the loss. Businesses have suffered during the pandemic. But this takes the business. Where do we go from here. That's an interesting query and if anyone can help with back to it over the next day or two for stance most is to find out what you are entitled to on your medical card from the dentist and take it from there. So we'll see where it goes. Eight hundred fifty seven one five nine six something that is not taught in schools. Unless it's that do theater are anthony. That is is public. speaking public. Speaking in general is not taught in school and emmett knocked into finishes out today. Emmett believes that in fact it should be taught in schools because it would prepare us for many times in life where we need to as it were speak up for ourselves getting jobs or getting interviews or moving forward even making presentations even getting into the workplace being able to put words together for yourself in some kind of a decent structure that we should actually start to learn as a practical skill in school. Ms good morning to you. Good morning thanks for having me on the show. It isn't something that is talked in a of schools. Although a lot of people young people do join toastmasters. Yeah they're definitely the opportunity to do this however just like there are certain fundamental language like languages. So you're you're told english your toss irish in school Matt's you're taught. I think it needs to be a fundamental mandatory skill for students because it is a fear for people even when we have people on the phone here for ages and they've got a very good point to make a very good story to tell. Say what did you do it on. The old cada couldn't possibly do that. People are very very very afraid of speaking in.
"baileys" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Is is nerve racking it is it is on your dad roy. I mean the statistics. Show that irish people you ca seven years in ireland at twelve to fifteen years between home purchases and is he said. Some people will never buy a home again. Ah by one that never buy another one now. A lot of people often say that. It's one of the most stressful things you can ever undertake after death divorce. And then buying a hoax. So why would you want to ever do it again. So when we thought about this problem this was something that was really kind of dare to me my whole life. My dad was in building. You know he's building houses before he dies and then when i trained as a solicitor for the payers that people be back into property so i was helping customers like you. Daily trying to buy their first home and their second home from the start of the process roy troops at the end. It was just endless stress. Despite there being really good service providers such as solicitors estate agents buying brokers really good people indian the street the that the process itself is just an absolute nightmare yet. And that's where we decided to do something about it like you walk up. There's a wonderful house for sale. Say nope it's everything. You could probably dream of you might have access to money if deposit saved you've been saving for a few years or where do you know how to even start. So what do you that's it. Yeah that's that's it. Well a lot of people think like that you know and they think okay. I'll ask my mom and dad. Alas my friends alaska. Who's bought a house before but everybody's experiences unique on it's like we say it's like childbirth you forget about it immediately after it happens. You're like oh my god. That was just so difficult. I don't want to think about it ever again. So giving advice to your friends and family is is all good and well was always might be ten or twenty years old. So so what we decided to do. Well i'll give you a bit about myself and had this idea candidate i was. I was a private clients listener for large corporate law firm. So what that means is i had very wealthy clients that were outside orland and they wanted to buy rejoice houses in ireland and instead of getting to know the irish home buying process like all of your listeners will have to do. They just decided to say image buying that house on when i fly into dublin. I to collect my keys and fly down to my house said about your beautiful house down in cork or a castle on the coast now. What they didn't understand was not the hoops to jump through to buy. The house is excruciating so while they said to me is. Emma just kept me the keys. Do whatever is necessary and give me those keys now. That's very expensive if when we need to do the whole process for you. I'm what i decided to do. Was if i could digitises process using the tools and technologies that we have today. I could bring this to the everyday person on the streets and make the process much much easier. And that's what we've done. So do i come to you and say get me the keys or do you accompany me along the way step by step. Es what we provide is a virtual home buying assistant so pj would come in and say. I love this house and kinsale okay. Pj these are the things you should be looking for. If you're buying your next home. And i give you a checklist things to look out for. I give you some advice around. Walk the questions. You should be asking the estate agent. And then i get you prepared to get your mortgage then. Your next question is well. Who do we get a mortgage from their lenders. And the irish market. We help you navigate the mortgage process then. We'd happy negotiated with the estate agent. Then we get you organize solicitor. We'd help you figure out the legal process. Then we help you insure the host survey. The who's connector utilities. So that we're with you from the start of the journey roy. True until you get your keys on. It's completely free of charges. Well that's the next bit. How how's that benefiting you as a business. Well well when we talked about this process. We said the one thing that people are very acutely aware of when they're buying a house is their finances and their phones because has prizes all of your listeners. Will our going open up. So if we decided to charge the home buyer for our service than we thought this would be probably distraught about broke the camel's back so we had the tin creatively and say how are we going to make money without charging the homebuyer and what we do is we introduce. Pj as our home buyer to each of the different services. He needs on his home buying journey all services exactly day. Pay me to introduce them to you and then. Pj goes emmett. I need the best pie. Are the best solicitor go. Pj this is the best one. And then i introduced and then he pays me right and because you probably introducing me and and a dozen more. Maybe at a time. You're getting a mates rates so it works for everybody so exactly exactly so we're negotiating currently as of today just before we were coming on to chat with you we four and a half thousand home buyers who i'm negotiating for so you can imagine the economies of scale i have if you're going to your local solicitor setting. I want to buy this house. He's going say the price is x. Whereas if you go to your local cisterns a i can give you fifteen hundred people buying as in this area he goes okay. I'll give you a ten percent discount across the board or twenty percent discounts. And we do that with every service that you need when you're buying your home so it's like a collaborative op. Everybody buying homes at the same time. So i can get the best providers at the best prices. Yeah i'm looking for. I'm looking for a hole in your argument here. Because it's kind of what i can't to be on the thing is that. What is the most bothersome element to it. All the moment really is the price. Prices are going through the roof and trying to negotiate your way through. Sort of a house is on the market for argument's sake for three hundred grand and you reckon right you've got the financial wherewithal to go bidding on that before you know it. It's gone to three twenty and twenty five. can you then uses. What some of the data around that we can help you with with statistics and stuff. I guess so what we've done is we've taken a survey of all. The houses sold in over the last four years on the prices. They were advertised at and we can tell you what some confidence if. A house is advertised that x. price we can tell you where that house will end up being sold on. I think one of the key. The key benefits of our system is that we manage expectations. So as you say host advertised for three hundred thousand to me tell me that now. I know in and around cork city at the current point in time we'll go ten to twelve percent above that so that host is going to sell for thirty two three hundred thirty two to three hundred thirty five thousand euros and what i'll tell you is that look if you don't have the buying capacity for that hose is probably not something you should negotiate on. But if you do. I can tell you how to negotiate effectively move fast going on even increments and get there before everyone else because the key driver is get to a yes or no foster. If you're going open drips and drops like five hundred thousand this week and next week in six months time you'll still get the three hundred thirty five thousand euros whereas i can get you there in a week and if you can get there in a week you'll push everybody else and if they still won't sell to you then you can move on and find your next house and you eliminate months possibly even years searching for that next home. Prices continue to rise. It's all sounding grace garner on the on the phone here. What about x. Mortgage like an irish teacher who worked in arabia for years. Built up. savings has come back with money but mortgage companies. Don't.
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"Allow these young people to make an impact. Talked me about this Dress of yours made of orange peels would be not smell komen to streets away thousands. Funny you said that. Pj because i'm the ceo juncture. I'm always says casey. I'll never forget i saw you. You were coming out of the list. He says on. I could smell you before. I saw you. Believe believers about design and all those years ago still exists smarts room today and although not smelling fresh. I suppose was yard. We'd just paul scott really innovative here and it's funny because now you see lots of brands. Adopting the same measures hatred brought out a pair of shoes just last year made of pineapple skin on its by fashion as fruit based fashion. That you're seeing and then the science slobs coming us and trying to be innovative because the fashion industry is the second largest police are in the world after the oil industry. I'm sure you're aware un's lots of clothes are made from plastic When you wash them those micro fibers micro-plastics that are being washed around on our water. And they go into the sea We're not told about that so now you have you know. Scientists and lots of cross-departmental within schools were seeing as well science. An art classes homophobic. But also then you have engineering classes in woodwork. Coming involved. And i think that's really exciting thing because it monja module Arcos we made from future to be more sustainable new cleaner ways of doing things so if anybody wants to get involved in q. Turano in the uae. And you're promoting it out there but if anyone wants to get involved here at local level where do they start absolutely so ireland is well underway with lots exciting's in store for the next season of junk cour but anyone who is this thing look get involved for the two thousand twenty one twenty two season. Con- sign up their school. Now heads ahead of the competition over on our website or on our junk and be shortfalls on our social media networks because they can follow our launches across all these new countries. We've brought over all past irish designs. The students that flew to london. Paris note the end of the week as weld and they can follow us on social media for lots of coming news on the competition. Telling me when you were there. Probably pricking your fingers a needle try and stitch of old orange peel together did. Did you ever have the even the even the taj of laughing for did you ever think it was a career and so i actually was science background myself. I looked i love chemistry and biology was also quite creative of i was artie. And and for me. I wasn't sporty. Kids caught up in school on. My friends were so between g. a. and hockey and salons fourth. I just like. I laughed that sense of community. Yelm or that celebration. You'd see the girls on the local news papers and often the boss talking about the crack they had. I just felt there was nothing really for creative kids and involved junkets your i found out i could meet kids from cork to say loan and these are miss my community and myself of celebration as it were. Did you ever think company though. That's it and i awesome those aspe- jabber to study fashion design. And i didn't i went over to add. Andbranch studied statistics. Would you bleed. Which is food. Based foley enough and then joke which. I was always involved in junk tra- workshops and They launched in scotland the two three years market research over there safe those an option schools knock just hardened and i was asked to be a student george I sat on a panel with lou. My last june. A healy from the saturdays on my right eye was nineteen tossed. This is just crazy. I took part all those years ago. Now nineteen hundred still involved juncture community rule on when i graduated in two thousand seventeen i came all flew to ireland for workshop. Juncture workshop in wicklow was offered a job by choi armor the co junk poor. I just said i'd love to have been involved junk richarson twelve. I had some convinced to the parents that i wasn't going to use my degree but i'm two years later on. I am the head of communications that john could shore. And i absolutely love your mission. You know globally. And that's fine year into bite safe worth was worth all the and through bins for the orange. Peels wasn't a great great. Great talking to you and good luck with everything that you do with junk couture and john couture dot com is where people can find out more to get involved. Katie brill. speaking to from the united arab emirates the opinion line on courts mentese six. Fm recommit car. Insurance group call in person or call them now. I just talked to talk. They walk the walk. The alan ninety-six question knowing what clothing is often kill breasted abroad just as he brought us to the chew. Graham in a court of appeals case goes goes in the morning with new cars. Black through i go to a long-standing tradition open twenty four seven dot com ninety six. Pj coogan theft one five nine nine on ports six fm brand. I think back to buying my first house and then buying my second house. I don't think you ever wanna buy another one the sit down to buy your first house. It like it's the biggest purchase. Eleven make in your entire life. You go through maybe a half dozen cars or on probably more but one two maybe three houses and so people will buy a house and never move out of the process the whole procedure of buying your house even get a cold sweat thinking about it. Now there's new property platform called lintel. Read they help you with that. That's what they do. That's their business and their founder and ceo is emmett creighton emmett. Good morning to you complete line. Good morning to you. Pj i think a lot of your listeners will share your anxiety about thinking about when they bought their first home and lots of them are thinking about it right now. Zahn delighted to be on something. Maybe two or three times in our lifetime is as much as most in the uk. It's every seven years now but got the prosecution that even with more anxiety. I've done it twice. I don't particularly ever wanted to do it again but doing it. The.
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"Within the law. That's their stand here. That's the states. Stand what happens in. Europe happens in europe and then we kind of have to say when what happens now. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine six ad william on the students and the antisocial behavior and the other night and the things people have seen and told us they've seen we are obviously in the process of becoming what is called a campus city in the states. Student body will become a very large part of the population. Maybe years ago. People didn't think because there was maybe three thousand people in ucse. You'd heidi notice someone stepping up tonight but young people away from home mixed reviews always causes problems. We're going down in american route and anyone who's been there especially as a student knows that hand in hand with that goes campus police corps fuse no-drinking drinking for the under twenty one's by law could be thing here too if they wanted to do. And expulsion friends behavior otherwise it just doesn't work well. That's good point. We had when i was going to college there was three thousand. Maybe three thousand people in ucse. There's more like twenty. Three thousand in uc and even if one percent to them the ones causing trouble do the mats. It's a lot worse than was the lines are live and we're ready to talk cool. Eight hundred fifty seven one five nine nine six three three nine thousand six ninety six ninety six email opinion of ninety-six for your premium mind with pj. Coogan on ninety-six are hurt. Fiona mentioned this yesterday. But i want to mention this again and that was the sad to hear the weekend of the passing of little fumed. Barry sean was His funeral took place yesterday in bali. Hey he must wait. The week candy was only seven multiple difficulties to deal with in life. And i never met feeling what i spoke to his mammy on the program more than once marathon. More than won't. I spoke to her so often. In fact that's i almost felt as if i knew him and she speaks so lovingly at those she was of course a former acura of the year and i just wanted to remind listeners of the kind of conversations we used to have on the program about fueled and a bit brenda and his daddy. Trevor and his grandfather pat and others and they all got together to get through the tough times during the election campaign back in twenty twenty by spoke to render about the fact that the community had fond raised for a new wheelchair for fuel and they had finally got the money and put it all together. And how grateful that they were just wanted to have a listen to that. Just the tortoise seconds you know it's a very special we insure and it was five thousand eight hundred euros and just was the people in the community and the surrounding areas. That helped us to buy. Not the jesse gone. Oh god i don't know. Generally there's days where i think i can't possibly go another minister the smile from him or something and it just makes you realize the on my. I have to keep going for him you know. He's oh under. we have. Trevor is my husband works very hard. And he's working every hour. The godsend brenda brenda berry. mummy to film who passed away over the weekend and our yesterday and as many said fini. Your suffering is over built. He boy eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine six. We're talking last week about reusing your old clothes or your pre love. This new word pre loved clothes and how it reduces waste and maybe you know that old jumper that old short that you were thinking the thrown out there us again or give it to someone who will uses again or or whatever but what making your own clothes out of wait for it now waste. My daughter was involved in a project to do a couple of years ago. Save some understanding of what joe couture is all about but it actually is making your clothes out of household waste and this is a huge movement. No in fact i do believe that katie. You're in united arab arab emirates. And that's where you join me from to talk about john. Good morning good morning or good afternoon from the uae. Would they know. It's a proxy ten past two. We're three hours ahead so it's not too. It's not too bad and depress me even more. What's the weather like. I'll i don't depress you. Because for your viewers. I don't think this sounds too appealing of forty degrees celsius approximately compared to what's outside window right now to be honest splits that that's just me talk to us about junk couture casey because he's a almost job movement now it absolutely is. Pj for anyone listings. Well i've actually pass contestant myself and competed in has no twelve. I'm from oslo myself. And i've come to full journey through junk a chore when i took part in secondary school and i working for the company and it really is the movement and we're now calling ourselves at global platform for youth creative expression because our goal is to enrich the lives of young people true both creativity and as you mentioned earlier. Sustainability and fashion What we offer schools onto young people in second level education is free to enter year round program the challenges these students grace wearable fashion out of nothing but one hundred percent recycled or upcycle materials before they then are challenged perform until their back stories to the world series of digital live finals on my talk about recycling materials. I really mean. Have john conway. Something's lucky well for my son thought. My dresses made out of orange. Peel skin that i collect from local juice bar you know. They were discarding them and dried the with. My teammates were fifteen sixteen at the time and we tried to create a leather like deals. We sold the orange. Ps gather we had last year's winner. I'm synergy who created a garment at milk cartons and see last that was washed up on a local beach. We've had film real. Everything goes junk. Sure but you also have then. Some students that are looking at their parents wardrobes. Our families our friends the items clothing. You know half the holes there discolored. They're seen as jonestown waste. You wouldn't even give them intra charity shop. You know for people to wear again. And they're calling them off the sewing them and they're creating really show stopping garments on. It's it's truly remarkable because when you think about as these students are now viewing waste as raw materials for something new and lots where what we're really passionate about. It's it's how the program tackles climate change differently and we're challenging. These young people micro influencers. We all know their generation is on. They can make a change through creativity and circularity and thrilled self expression. I think it's a wonderful thing. This guy. I spotted him run car in the summertime wearing a most unusual. It looked as if it was a patchwork of old suits like an arrow from one an abusive a bit of throws from the. It looked brilliant. That's the kind of talking but isn't it. that's exactly yes. I'm you know with students take part and you'll get your at. They're bringing concept into their own personal lives so like you said. They're starting to make their own clothes. They're doing embroidery designs on old t shirts. Oh you know. I'm fed up with now on giving it a new life. They're now seeking to shock from more sustainable brands and products. They're fighting their close the shopping. Second hand you know. These apps like deep hawk charity shops vintage stores. You know does a- trend called trip flipping where they're buying secondhand and then it off at home and adding color to it with thread. It's it's a wonderful concept on and it's all these small acts.
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"Further education opportunities students and if you complete a poc course successful at what opportunities open for you on top of a seal points leverage this year i suppose students would be. Don't take take on a pse. Course are further education course for a number of different reasons. Some would do us for employment opportunities but others might consider taking us with a view to progressing further or higher education. So it can lead to a multiple are a range of different positive outcomes for students. Students generally as for their education level study level five or level six which is within the national qualifications framework. And just kind of. I suppose for your listeners. The level five us. It's where the leading searches currently hitched within that framework. So students are studying as a level five of generally speaking if they're studying for one year in a pl c course it leads to a level five qualification and if they studied for two years leads to leads to a level six qualification. So they're moving along the national qualifications framework and the idea of this is that students can take a step by step approach and they can move from one level to the next level and i suppose our role within mt you is to i suppose recognize those various levels and the various pathways that students can take and allow for easy transition from one level to the next. All right stood there dude. Let me bring in. Let me bring in bernie. You've been through this system bernie and it worked out for you. Good morning to you aren't pj. How are you and what happened. So i suppose i'm my own background When i was in school. I couldn't didn't have much interest in being in school and and didn't do grazing my leaving star suppose I just didn't have the interest rates. They didn't put the effort in. So am i supposed to back in twenty twelve. I kinda phone myself in a position where i was a single parent of two boys and in the job where my hours were being close drastically So i suppose. I was worried i would end up with no job and i didn't have any qualifications fall back on so i decided to do with tech level for us course Business studies in In saint john's college. And clark. And i suppose really young system doing it. This you know returning education. I or anything like that. I phoned But i was doing really well enough. And i got loads. Spare and they Their career guidance and the teachers there and everything they couldn't help me off and on from there. Then there is a link from dot course into an pugh to do Liberal six hundred certificates score. I'm in business studies. And for two years so i decided i'm going to do this and i was like okay. I'm going to go on to the next level. So i went onto never said and then am i suppose i had the choice then we could either go down Accounting management are mark. So i said ray i'm gonna say i would increase in school and artist and everything and they said very magazine would be using my creative site and so from seven i just get over this and you know iphone that everything well in that as well so as i'm going to do for chair gets lovely. So yeah and twenty. Seventeen than i am. I graduated with I really worked out for me and relations. I think what what i'm hearing. Your voice is that it was much easier to do this at your own pace. Definitely you know. I you know i own the step by step approach Definitely worked for me. That if you know i suppose i took every year came and You know i focus on bacteria. And then i then i just progressed. I wanted to progress on to the next level gives you the urge to progress. It's kind of five. Is it that you realize john. This can try something else and then when you same is that the same thing basically is really like you know I suppose i was a mature student. i just you know thinking this is my only chance. No you know the there. Do not and i suppose they had two boys as well and they were big motivation for me and to train. Do well and try and get a good job. Those of us in the end and deer was very good to me. I worked with her before. I was a student And with the mature student officer there and an ended up getting an internship in the access office And then i progressed onto working in the graduate studies office in mt fuji. According to little. I mean i really have. You know i totally recommend people to Go back to education if you're thinking about it because you won't regret that you can't progress getting an education. I think because the points last week were just bonkers and a lot of disappointed are got choice number seven choice number eight in some in some cases were just say to them. Give give give a pse thinking my god definitely. I mean do not religious. I was am i mean. There's so many options out there. The so many courses there and and the and like you know send john's college Close a college. They want their students to do well as well and to progress further salute. I mean not to give to you. Know there's two ways of guessing where you would like to be and sometimes you know you might take a different route all together. You know you might find that you Enjoy a different aspect of what you would have wanted to do in the first place to you know. It's it's different perspective from perspect- yeah i mean. I never thought i mean. If you'd asked me years ago that i would have. I'm done marketing. In 'em to a no way would be working in there to know what i mean. I wouldn't have believed you. You know so definitely you know. There's there's ways and means of getting where you would like to be success stories. Do dre absolutely. She's she said she's very regularly called upon to share her story. She's a great song. She doesn't she tells it very well. And she gives a lot of positivity and a lot of hope to people who are a little bit dark at the moment. they're they're. They're struggling with the last couple weeks and points and whatever you have yourself. There's hope there think about a pse. There's loads of them out there. And you can lead to success like like it. Did what bernie. Thank you bernie lahan.
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"You'll see it sitting there and download right has it have. Has it automatically being pushed to the phones or do you go looking for. It's been nope it's pushed to. So let's say you have an iphone in front of you and you go into your settings which is the symbol with the the sort of gear cogs on the tenth or eleventh choice. There me might have to scroll them one page. But it's it says zim when you're going to send it says general in when you tap on that you'll see a few things one more than is software update when you tap on bash. It it it will tell you you know fourteen point as owned. Do implement mouse was his origin tonight. Open it up last night. Which again. I was adrian. In this time. We're always very careful of what we download. I was afraid of that. Put on this on this occasion. Make executive to do it yet. Now just to be very clear about this. This is the kind of update notice that you would see. You know from apple on your iphone. I know can be confusing sometimes to tell the difference between scams and lots rails. I suspect most people would probably recognize on an ipad or an iphone apple saying like it doesn't come in via text message settings. Yeah yes it does. Yeah yeah okay. Okay and for the. I would be one of these people. Adrian that went in s is updated. Always give it a month or so for them to iron out the bogus and then and then download the new version on this occasion. Go from i'd say go it now now like this is apple Fourteen point eight yet. They actually have their new major system. Updates ready which is called fifteen that'll be rallying the next few weeks typically what happens between the major updates is they'll put out. A few incremental are marginal once. It'll be a security book hair. Ara usability function there. And it's not the end of the world usually if you don't download those or implement those you should really implement this. Look just just to be completely clear about this. If you don't you know this doesn't mean that your iphone has hacked. It just means you ability. Is there that it could be. Okay all right okay. Leave it there for now. Thank you very much. That's adrian director tech editor of the independent and says it hasn't received notification. Should i worry. Go into your settings and on your iphone look for general look for software updates and tap that and it will find this and put it in is what adrian says. I wonder how many people have iphones. And how many people have androids there listen to this morning. I had a knife when i got before. Say phone. got the three iphone. Three g or fiesta. Wherever they called us and on an eleven right now and they'll probably change to twelve or whatever they have been comb february-march revenue contract. But i tried. I looked at the possibility going under a few years ago. And i just like my ifo. We have a. We have an android two doors down from me here. Fergal berry who constantly says he loves the android doesn't actually matter if you have an iphone or an or an apple watch or whatever you need to download the software patch no to make sure that you can't be hacked but this strange software that will get in an open your microphone and open your camera and do all sorts of weird stuff. The opinion line on courts six. Fm tonight cardi insurance group. Call them now familiar home. Business farm life on health insurance the ham best music. Mix day on cork's ninety-six through tuesday afternoon together. We'll do it from day all your favorite tunes latest news showbiz entertainment bigger story spending online the perfect soundtrack to get the telephone. Cork's ninety six. What you do if you have an older apple device. That isn't quite up to ios fourteen. A good question. We might just message adrian and see candidate. Can he help with that. If you've got an more modern apple device. But i have a little ipad had for years and it's only got his four or five years old now at this stage and it won't go anywhere near right the us fourteen. Just have to hope and pray that it won't get get hacked although it's probably not i only use it for review for worker. Don't use anyway. We see as being fifty seven one five nine nine six oh yeah you need seven gigabytes free on the phone to perform the update and must be app. Update ipads as well. Yes yes yes yes. If you if your ipad we'll take you need seven gigabytes free. That's right to perform the update. Yeah thanks tim. Eighteen fifty seven five nine nine six now. We were looking at seattle results and points and people getting courses here and not getting courses. They're crazy situation with the ceo points this year and weather and whatever be done about it. We don't know do we. But one thing that have. It's good to talk about our pse courses post leaving cert courses. There are dozens of them and a lot of people who didn't get their desired. Ceo points last week might be advised or whether advise to take a look at some of them because they're they can be very very useful. Reading is the access officer at mt. You d good morning. Good morning hoya good thank you. There are so many of these courses out there. Tell us what they are forced. Absolutely there are huge array of courses within the further education colleges across the island of ireland in cork. We're very fortunate that we do have You know a a large number of further education colleges providing lots of different programs of study for for for students and they can be in any discipline from arts confusing business sport social studies culinary science engineering unanimous. There's there's huge array of of courses on offer. So we're as i said we're very lucky in cork we have. We have a number of different further education colleges. I suppose hi. This is benjamin from the uk. 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"Today. i was just enjoying an extra little monday morning in bed. We weren't everybody's wondering where. I was tuesday morning. Then by the way. If you haven't downloaded the security of fit to your iphone ipad mac or any other apple product your watch whatever. You should do it now. And this is an emergency thing that apple put out last evening and like you probably did. I got the alert on my phone. Download it now. I'm always afraid to these things you know you're right. I'm going to click on download now because we all know how many gangsters out there trying to get into your phone into your computer into europe. Our this one is from apple and its genuine because there is a very sneaky piece of software that can take over your iphone. I've got mine updating here with a table as i speak and it's it's taking it's taking awhile now. To be honest push it will block out that particular piece of michigan's software more on that a bit later on. I don't know how it was for freshers week. Last night was fairly live each say the least on sunday. I don't know how it was last night. We catch up again. They're in a little while. But first of all i think the whole country was watching this last night Certainly i was and i was wondering. Do they get anything. New davis and having watched it for the hour and watch chunks of it back again. I'm not sure that. I did get anything particularly new of people watching this tonight. They think i'm interviewing many of them. Violent killer who has initially gotten away with murder Well i'm not falsely accused falsely put in the frame from. I think almost day one. And it's you know that was twenty five coming up for twenty five years ago my life and my partner of life and a lot of people's lives are being completely. I can assure you listeners. That have nothing to do with this crime presented by fitzpatrick the big interview on virgin media last night for the in bailey. Ralph regal is southern correspondent their independent. He wrote the book at dream of debt about the merger of sophie. Toscan duplantier ralph. Did you learn anything last night the morning good morning. Pj no a bit like yourself pj. I didn't having said that. I mean i was absolutely glued to the screen and it was a times intriguing at times baffling. I have to admit that there were times. I actually found it on settling and it interesting to to i mean you look at the emphasis. He listened to the emphasis that was placed on certain parts of the of all the story but in terms of actual new detail. I don't think so. I mean i mean i know ian has spoken before about his belief that he believes he knows who who did it or who might have done it. He has his suspicions. That's been dealt with before. I mean we dealt with the things such as they did the lack of evidence the dpp's demolition of the garden. Investigation report The things like the scratches marks in the arms all of that was dealt with. I mean that. I really came to light back in the defamation action before circuit than civil court back in two hundred three. You're covered his wealth. Yes laid a lot of that. Material would have been in the public domain. I think it was more the personal. I mean if i was to say one thing that really struck me from from the program. It would be the contrasting images of ian bailey being interviewed. I think there was a couple of interviews by paul byrne and back in the early days and the the image of a handsome face. Healthy confident man. Contrasting with the image of of of mr bailey last night where he clearly. I mean he. He struck me as a man that had been under. Severe pressure for a long period of time has aged medically ratify think shocking. The sole keith. I mean to the point where i mean. I was in bantry and district court earlier this year with with a lot of the other journalists in cork and i was really struck by a i mean you have to call it the physical deterioration in the man. I mean it wasn't that he walked into the court so much that he shuffled in. And i know he has had a number of health problems he he referenced. One of them last night that he had a difficulty with his leg and infection in his leg or whatever but he just didn't look very well man last night in in physical terms understandable. I mean it was one of the points that colette fitzpatrick put to him. Was that you know. I mean he's innocent man. He is conscious consistently protested his innocence. He is claimed that there were sinister attempts. Made to frame him for this was mean. A murder murder said fully served. Murder sentence would have ended almost a decade ago. Eight to ten years ago whereas we're coming to the twenty fifth anniversary of sophie's murder next december and ian bailey is still in the spotlight his still protesting his innocence. And you can visibly see from the program last night the the toll that it has taken on him i think certainly in terms of his physical appearance and his health. Did you think of the interviewing style there were there. Were various opinions expressed on social media. Some people thought she was hard on him. Others felt that she was right to go right after him. Particularly on the domestic violence issue. How did you think she performed or do. I thought i thought it was an excellent interview. I mean i know collapse. Actually i was doing a college course. Collected a number of years ago and i was very impressed by. I think when you're dealing with those particular issues you've no choice bar to be blunt to be forthright to ask the hard questions that's was a good journalist and a good interviewer does The were timescale Particularly when it came to the domestic violence it made for very uncomfortable. Viewing and particularly the nature of the injuries that were sustained are inflicted on mister baileys partner. Jules thomas no again week. We would all be familiar with this because all of this came out in incredibly graphic detail back in two thousand three and defamation action and they'd been referenced several times and since then and of course it was a few were a Barry roach of times. Barry has been covering Longest an journalist covering this story he was he was covering it pretty much from the very very beginning. I believe if writing a story so yeah so he really has been covering it from the very very beginning and be a few of us were acted the the charges 'em in terms of the the. I think it was two thousand one. If i'm not mistaken was trained. The most high profile of domestic violence instance resulted in a court charge. But it's it's we're familiar with it. There was nothing in it that we didn't already know but it was just the constant repeating of the phrasing the phrase mister baileys using was tweet. Eternal shame was almost repeating it like a mantra. Both it's understandable. In the circumstances you can see the see. The connection that's a people would make you know is it is a person capable of infecting that type of injury on the parker capable of perhaps doing more and mister baileys. He's very firm in no he didn't. He explained his drinking particularly spirits. I thought it was uncomfortable where he seemed to be making a connection between that they were both drinking. I mean what a nurse. And jules thomas behavior had anything whatsoever to with the interview extra to be quite honest. It was very hard.
Rev. Jen Bailey: What We Inherit & What We Send Forth
"Reflecting a lot lately about what is it. Has it been about my life experience that has helped me see this long view. It a relatively hung aids and i think i think it's been my proximity to death Having lost my mom at twenty eight when she was sixty three years old having last three or four friends all women of color to suicide early twenties two weeks after i gave birth to my best friends from high school died unexpectedly and experienced walking with my mom. Her last few months On earth when she was after battling cancer for fourteen years in walking with her and alongside her and feeding her and changing her and carrying for her and loving for her and being in the room when she transitions think those experiences throughout the course of my life have allowed me an insight into just how precious and finite and short life can be and so the question then becomes our time on. Earth is not guaranteed. It's okay to just do what we can do over here and enjoy it all happen And i wonder how much that might be. Reflected generational with other folks In particular of of young black folks in the us who had grown up alongside and becoming behind me who have seen death literally become spectacle in front of our eyes. He's constant encounter with via social media whether it be police shootings where other things that are. Now just right in front of our eyes And given that we live in a culture in the us that is not well we like like to shut it down any any case yeah I wonder if emerging out of this twenty twenty moment. There might be a reintregation of how he sit with death and grief not as like something that is sad that dwelling
Tucker Carlson Confronted by Man at Montana Fishing Store
"Internet's had a field day over the weekend with tucker. Carlson being confronted by a guy named dan. Bailey as tucker was with his daughter at a fly fishing shop in montana. Tucker incidentally is a apparently a big outdoors. I mean i've known for years. There's been other video of him. Fly fishing. I saw once a video of him fishing in central park which is kind of interesting. But he's a he that he that's his thing you know. And that's a hobby of his and here. He is minding his own business with his daughter. I think his daughter is i. I don't know if she's a an adult or not. A couple of comments suggested she was maybe kind of college age. I don't know much about tucker's family but in a video posted this this creeps up personal instagram account. The guy could be seen walking up to tucker at a place called dan. Bailey's fly shop in livingston. Montana turns out the guy's name is dan bailey. But it's not. Dan bailey of the dan. Bailey's fly shop in livingston. It's a coincidence. But there goes up to them. If you're if you're by computer got a smartphone. We've got the video of it. i. I'm gonna play just to make a point. I didn't want to even acknowledged this. But i was giving us a lot of thought and i guess we're going to pull back the curtain a little bit to share that. This is kind of these guys. Go through i think on a regular basis and i don't know that it's a secret that most of them have security and have to because of incidents like
Too Faced Just Launched Their 'Pomade In A Pencil' Brow Shaper and Filler
"To face came out with a bunch of brow products. I was also very impressed with their latest offerings. Okay so these launched this month. And i like all the products. I love the paw made in a pencil. It looks like a pen. it's ergonomic like it has a little heart at the end so it's kind of a triangle. So they try to make ergonomic for your fingers so unlike a brow pencil dot you know is meant to give you those hair strokes. I like this because it really is just about filling in bald spots. Which is my biggest problem. And sarah and i were talking about this biggest problem. Yeah exactly like. I just wanna fill in the bald spots. I actually don't want my brow to look super put together in tailored anymore. I wanted just to look really natural and fluffy and all that good stuff and I love the coasts products. Like we've laxed poetic about the coasts brow stuff like it's so so good i also turned my mom onto the coast is brow product. So yes janet like she to support a by more but this poem made it fills in nicely. You don't have to use a ton of it. It looks very natural on it comes a boatload of colors and it just gives the brow the shape that you want without having to be this like very structured brow situation that can be a little bit overwhelming with a pencil. Yes sir we're talking about this before we got on. And i don't want to speak for sarah. I personally cannot emulate brow strokes that stay all day like i can do it at the beginning of the day but then as the day wears on it starts to move with starts to bleed kind of like it just becomes more fuzzy than precise yeah. It's really really hard lake. Only jared bailey can achieve those really fine strokes with a pencil on me. I don't know if i'm just too aggressive or heavy handed or if it's just the wrong pencil that i'm using but i agree that the palm made and a pencil. It makes it very effortless to do your browse
Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis
"My first time at circus. April thirtieth nineteen eighty three madison square garden. I'm twenty four years old. And i am not a date berry is not my date yet. We haven't fallen in love yet. But we are at the circus together. We're the very first big aids fundraiser. In new york a few early supporters of the gay men's health crisis got together and bought out a performance of the barnum and bailey circus. The greatest show on earth wasn't prepared to officially host an event for his cause. But gmc got around that by reselling the seventeen thousand six hundred seats to raise money and tackle the growing crisis ernest. See of gay men when the ringmaster introduces broadway star patti. Lupone lose it. After meeting speech from patty leonard bernstein walks across the floor of the arena to conduct the orchestra of the star spangled banner mezzo-soprano shirley varez voice feels. The garden joined by thousands of voices in the audience. Patriotism clowns and aids seems improbable now but felt so right in the moment.
How Many Songs Have Questions in the Title?
"Many great songs have a question in the title. It was a lot more than i thought. There was just looking at their suggestions. I was thinking. Oh maybe there's twenty songs that are like that are popular amand. We i was seeing. You know up to fifty one hundred tests. Ask a question in the tidal. And i did a google search found a list that had over a hundred song titles and so what i did is i said okay. I don't know this one. i don't know this one. I don't know this one. And i got it down to eighty now. How many of these are regan. Considered great will be an interesting discussion. Why don't we start with bob on. How many do you think we are going to vote as great fifty four gary thirty seven scott forty five in junior fifty five. I would have said like sixty so. These are in alphabetical. Let's get started with. Ain't that a shame fats domino. Yes that's the highly recognizable song eight that is like rain. Years did the great cover. I'm drawing a blank. Cheap trick all right. Are you lonesome tonight. Elvis presley tuna. Going back to the oldies bill bailey. Won't you please come home. Well that's the real name of axl rose. He'll name. I would vote for that. Just because papa's delicate condition was a movie where jackie gleason starred and. That's a silly song. I would vote for it. But i don't think anyone else we'll give it any love anybody else so yes on that one. Very old timey. It's a song idea recognize. It's a song. I know okay so we have two but three no
"baileys" Discussed on Technically 200
"Years and i finished Johnson nineteen. I wanted to be happy and have a good work life balance so i had met some people that were content hussein taffy and to have good work life balances and i decided to coding bootcamp side to that. And then i worked as a teaching fellow at that bootcam- while interviewed. He got a job at the january twenty. Starting in march of two thousand twenty working on march seventeenth twenty twenty. I was finally there. I wrote on boarding. They're they're really great and they're still great and i got promoted promoted. Are you sick. Software engineer engineer your two now so for engineering to shop. Yes season one episode five. You need to listen to nevada. Bailey's story so i think what was really like on spiring from that episode and then also just i mean again i i know you joe now but the fact that like you all seem to be would you say it's fair to characterize booth as not risk averse Yeah i mean. Definitely i think risk. I don't know i don't really like what is really like i'd be like a mom. Made us feel like things would work out. You know like and that makes you able to be brave and do things so you know like i wasn't happy in my job as a designer so i quit it. I didn't really have like another plan. I work as a barista for minimum wage in california And then eventually moved back to new york and decided to go to paramedic school you know and then turns out that doesn't pay well But i really like the job. So i also wanted to buy a house at some point so i had to make a plan to have more money and so You know. I don't yet but like sunday. Well i definitely do not have any more lake have way less money now after all that and no house so the so the bachelor degree does not translate to having a house now when you go into like one of the top institutions in the country. And you have to pay for it. Which loans knives. Maybe it will like. I don't know for me doing your now working as an engineer. And then you know. I would have a house by now for sure but i didn't and went to medical and went to one of the most expensive medical schools in the country and had to paper that well. When does it pay off. Because that's i mean that's a pretty common and i do have a. I do want to circle back to the brewery. But i think that's a common misconception that people have about doctors a lot of money. Yeah so when when lebron eventually yeah so that it's when you're done with your training and but the whole thing is that in the meat so you make money not a lot but you make money as a resident is a job and you make money as a fellow you get a like definitely livable wage. I am not struggling at all that my days of meeting to eat rahman are over. I just like it. And so i still eat it but I have i have student loans for medical school however doctors are great investments. And so people wanna give us mortgages and car loans and like all kinds of credit cards and all kinds of stuff because they know that first of all we signed contracts so like. We're gonna finish training barring some catastrophe and then when we finish training where i make more money. So we're you know all these businesses that think that we're going to spend money with them if they invest in us when we're not making that much money. They hope that will give them more money when we have it. And so you still can like you know. I still had a mortgage during residency. Did by place and you know. I had a car. Had car payments like functioned as regular adult that like had a salary and could buy things But i'm not sleeping on a mattress of money like many people think doctors do. I don't necessarily think that will ever happen But i'll definitely make probably like. I know four or five times more than making now in the year and a half just like in year and a half yet job. Yep does all of a sudden. So what i wanted to focus on the fact that you won't you mentioned bravery yourself and you know the the risk the the risk friendliness or the bravery that you all have like does that come from and how are you able to. How are you thinking about in particular eugene. Because i know you said no antonio's fourteen months old but thinking about how you're going to instill that in instill that in your your children. I feel like by example like our mom always made us feel like we can do whatever we set our minds to do and we have done that because she did it. Like a small town in west virginia and she wanted to get away from there to go to college and she did dementia like on her own. Yeah like it was. Her parents needed repairs at a college education and she went to offer phd. So i that's cool. And then she was like i'm gonna live in new york city which is not an easy city to live in and she did that. Do do you all think You know we are almost a year from george floyd staff almost a year. What do you think has changed. I am in Hospitals and the inertia of this of the professional healthcare field is really difficult to overcome. There's there are definitely Efforts by my various employers over the past few years to change the culture. But like there's more are. I don't know there's different issues. Different pressing issues in the obviously like our immediate worlds like pandemic or like taking care of sick people or whatever it is that you're doing as a specialty so i think it's hard for me to see what's changing in the world because i'm so surround unlike in this bubble and i spent so much time in this bubble that it's hard to even know like what's happening in the news. I was just trying to read about what's happening in israel and palestine and it's like hard to keep up with like things that changed day to day when it's groundhog day over here. You know like and. I spent so many hours in the hospital. It's hard to keep track of what's going on and outside world so Things have changed here like things have changed in the hospital Were told like not to make any mandatory meetings on june team by email. And i was like whoa. It's not a national holiday. But like that school the recognizing it as an day. That's into some of its employees. And you know. I'm at academic institution so i.
"baileys" Discussed on Faith Over Fear
"But there's this battle that happens in the mind and part of what i did. I had a wonderful wonderful counselor and he had me write down. He said. I want you to write down and keeping your pocket. What will get you through what you can pull out read when you are in a place and you start to feel that no panic grows up and so i don't know what he expected. I got my bible. And i started looking and i had a list of like ten by versus the i carried around newspaper in my pocket and i do want to say though. That's not a magic bullet. And i think sometimes we get upset with god because we want quote a bible verse in poof. Everything is better. It doesn't always work that way so we have to be careful that we don't treat god like a like a lucky charm or magic talisman that you know oh if i everything will be better but it does change the way your thoughts work and it changes your focus and it takes off of of you and what you're feeling and puts it onto god and i think that is huge. Yeah and i think i would mention to that to just talking about. Sometimes i think in in faith communities we can attribute to a spiritual cause and therefore spiritual solution and i i do think everything has spiritual component but god looks at us as a whole person and sometimes we have to deal with some of the external things weather like for you. There was passed. But i know like for my daughter. She has sensory issues and so until she dealt with the sensory issue. She was always on hyper alert from just too much stimulation and once she realised that and could put herself in places like bring earplugs to church and sit in the back and and kind of cope with some of those things that greatly reduced anxiety and so for each one of us. I think it'll be different. But as we seek christ. And i think and and just follow his lead. I think he will lead us towards therapy. And and people who can have insight into cr-. I would suggest christian counselor. So they can kind of navigate through the spiritual and emotional and the physical and help us make sense of it but i so i love that you that you mentioned that and i know you had mentioned something else i think is pretty common again when we were having a conversation and i don't remember what i said but you had mentioned something about how you judge yourself in that moment and so that your self judgment hindered you did and it's important to understand anxiety comes from a thousand different places and nobody's walk. Looks like anybody else's walk and my thing was because of what had happened to me. Because i was carted off in the ambulance i had i. The anxiety came out as this intense fear of becoming sick in a public place. And so i thought in my head that was the dumbest thing in the world..
"baileys" Discussed on Faith Over Fear
"I could barely my room to go to the kitchen to make a sandwich. I was not going six hours away college. That was impossible. So i i basically everything that i defied with. It made me all the academics and the friends and the college and all those things. I had wrapped my life around. They were gone on and my friends moved on without me. They went to school. They did their thing and here. I am sitting at home struggling to walk out on the front porch. So i'd love to talk about that. Because i wonder how many of our listeners feel that way they are watching everybody else get on with their life move forward with things maybe even hard things in frightening things and maybe feeling like they can't so how did how did that feel well and no. It doesn't have to be as dramatic as not being able to walk out your front door. Either i mean we can feel that way and be perfectly functioning and still watch people you know in our jobs in our relationships who seem to quite outpace us or leave us behind. I honestly dealing with that when i look back now. What i see is when i look back. I don't see the h- the hard so much. Like i know i went through it. But there's this overarching remembrance. Of jesus being there this over our to even when i was alone when i think about me alone in my room in my big round pakistan chair crying and no wise just happening to me. There's this overarching failing. That jesus was there even when even though at the time i couldn't feel him that's what i have now is is what i look back and see and i think that's so so important because our feelings lie to us and my my daughter had said that when she was in her real and she shared on on this podcast she would sharon now but when she was really going through intense depression and anxiety. She said she couldn't hear outside her own thoughts. Let alone hear from god and so. She felt like something was wrong with her spiritually. Because when she doesn't have the peace and joy that she hears everybody talk about right and then to she can't hear him and you can't feel them and she had to recognize that our feelings do lie to ask but scripture promises us the moment we take a step towards god. That's games for a that. He is already moving towards us. And that's my own paraphrase of it but the guy god's faithfulness is not dependent on ours and he has so much more grace and love for us than we do so much more compassionate and understanding. And i think we think he's gonna just boom be done with us but i think he has so much more grace and gentleness for us and he does and you know there's this battle in the mind and in. I'm glad i want to back up a second to before we get forward. I'm glad you brought up depression anxiety because the two are they hold hands with each other. You know you are going through this walk in. You're watching everything passed you by and you do sync into this depression and sometimes sometimes that's physical. Sometimes it's mental but they do go hand in hand and we did not realize that was something that came out years later with me that i was also depressed in among the anxiety because they just meshed so well together that we really didn't see him until in hindsight we could see him..
"baileys" Discussed on Faith Over Fear
"World now. Can we talk a little about you mentioned you. The kid had on altogether. And i i think you mentioned perfectionism in there. And i can just imagine so you're eighteen. Everything's changing you're about to go to this huge life adjustment where you're pretty much going to stand on your own for the first time i did that. Perfectionism play apart. Do you think in what you experienced in kind of your meltdown. I guess i think in a way that it did because perfectionism in control. I don't think we realized how much those two things go together and for me it was very much about control and that perfectionism lived in in that control. They kind of just played nicely together or not nicely together but it came from the fact that when i was a kid when i was ten years old my parents split up and my mom. We didn't see her for. I mean probably a year Sporadically but like the shoe specific subsequent. Show up that kind of thing. And i did not realize what that did to me i. I don't think. I don't think we realized sometimes especially when we're young we kind of keep rolling with the punches and we don't really handle what's happening and so i actually. We figured out later. On in the when i was twelve i got to the point where i don't wanna go to school and i would hide to keep from going to school because i was utterly convinced. A tornado is gonna hit my school. Which kind of sounds like a randomly silly thing to think that. Not too many months before my mom. left we actually had the worst tornado outbreak at the time north carolina history. Not far from where i lived and so i linked to the two of them but eventually bat was that interestingly enough kind of faded away on its own but what i learned i was fortunate enough to be raised by my dad and my dad is an incredible man and he took on the job of raising my brother and me beautifully. I did not lack for support in my life but one of the things that means you that i learned much much much much later. That women don't do is when there's something for them to deal with. They go and they deal with by themselves. Kind of you know a lot of times. Not all men but my dad did and we'll come back it when it's all dealt with in their you know they're good. Well i saw my dad always be okay. I never saw the off the side dealing with things and so in my mind. You didn't do things you just kind of wished him down emission down man and so i can't being told from ten and eleven and twelve. They're our mature. I was so brave. I always headed altogether and i began to take pride in that in never falling apart in. Never letting.
"baileys" Discussed on Faith Over Fear
"Things -iety panic attacks and how in high school right after high school. I struggled to leave my house. And so gin. And i talk when i really wanted to do was share more of the story and let you know that if you're going through something like that who are her dealing with anxiety. You're dealing with that crippling fear. You're not alone. Because when i was walking that journey. I sincerely felt isolated. I feel alone. I felt like the only person that ever happened to. So what was that called specifically. I had what was called agoraphobia and literally translated it means fear of the marketplace. But it was. I could not leave my house. I was eighteen years old. I just graduated from high school. I had my dream college in my hip pocket with a scholarship. I was going where. I wanted to go doing what i wanted to do. Graduated from high school and the brakes got slammed. I my best friend. And i had gone to the beach and we both got food poisoning and we got carted off to the hospital in an ambulance which was kind of traumatic. When you're eighteen and away from home. When we got home she got better. And i didn't every time. I tried to leave the house to go to church to eat to go to the mailbox. I would get sick so took me to the doctor. They compare what was wrong and one night. My dad said okay. You know we're just going to go out to eat. Which is going to nipped in the bud and go out to eat and i got in the car and i lost. I hyper ventilating. Heart racing I ran back in the house..
"baileys" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"I never had a hangar over so I don't know. True They brought in the fresh air and just wake up shell. Is that true that you've never been hungover in your life? No, Never. I'm on a zoom call with your son and he's shaking his head vigorously right now. No, it's not. I have never been drinking in my life. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Mop New Year's Eve 1982. Romley's house, the Baileys contest, the Baileys Irish Cream contest. Don't you remember that? Yeah, you and Jenna had a Baileys God rest her soul. You're Jackie had a Baileys contest. We could not again follow the facts and memory loss. Jackie Lord of Mercia. Okay, this one you might able to help with this. It's from Deb, she said. I bumped into my neighbor's mailbox with my car. My neighbor is really annoying. So I didn't say anything. But now I feel bad. What would you do? I would tell the neighbour somebody in the neighborhood and they'll tell the neighbour them. Okay. You got to tell you gotta tell because the whole neighborhood is something in the neighbors gossip and they're always looks out the window. And they could hear, but they know exactly who's that person on your street month across the street, maybe mentioning any names, but I know I know. I know she always looked out the window. But, you know, I always find this funny when you ask somebody who's a gossip on the street who's always looking out the window, and the person says it's so And so that means you have to be looking out your window as well to see them looking out there. But I get my car to drive a late. They're actually waving to be that this end in the window. Oh, wow. I like a little security or something like that. Yeah, is safety and who in your neighborhood would be the one most likely to hit a mailbox. I don't know. Kevin. No, no, no, no, no..