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A highlight from What a Weird Week Show: Mariah Carey Sued Again?!
"It's the What A Weird Week Show. Mariah Carey sued again? Friday, November 3rd, 2023. Hi everybody, it's Weird. This is like crazy news here. Really? Weird, weird tale. Well, I got a great show for you today. It was so wonderful. Weird stuff. Hi friends, I'm Scott. This is the What A Weird Week Show, a top 10 countdown of weird news. If you want show notes or other stuff like that, show notes .page, show notes .page. This is season four, episode 58, first published on Friday, November 3rd, 2023. Mariah Carey sued again. 10. This week, I'm kind of playing catch up on a few stories because last week it was our Halloween special. So kicking things off at number 10 is the heroic world record where a bunch of people did a shot of booze off a ski. There are a couple of ski resorts who have a bit of a back and forth going, like a friendly competition over this shot ski world record for most people doing a shot off a ski. Last week, Park City, Utah, set a new one. Here's how they did it. First, you glue 1 ,700 rubber shot glass grippers onto skis and then the 500 and something pairs of skis get fastened together and then you form a giant line of people down the street holding onto these skis. Ready, set, go. Tip the giant Franken -ski and do a shot together. The world record is 1 ,363 people doing a shot ski at once. They did this for charity. A resort in Colorado is hoping to take back the record in December. So to be continued. Nine. Okay, number nine is another catch up story. The loudest house cat purr in the world. Bella the cat from the UK can purr somewhat loudly and that is a world record, you guys. I don't know, I'm not gonna sugar coat this. It's a bit of a loud purr but when you hear world's loudest cat purr, I picture paintings falling off the wall, babies down the street are crying because of this cat purr. It's not that. Bella purrs at 54 .59 decibels, which when you look that up, 50 decibels is a quiet conversation, a quiet residential street, a moderate rainfall, 50 decibels. That's Bella the cat. Here, I'll play the thing. This is an official attempt for the loudest purr by a domestic cat. Nicole, Bella, are you ready? Yes, we are.
Fresh update on "bella" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Watching. 640 on Wall Street. I'm Karen Malska. We go to the first word breaking news desk for today's Call morning and here's Bill Maloney bill. Good morning, and good morning Karen us futures with a bid right now at Dow which is up 157 points. SPs gain eight and Nasdaq futures rise by 34. The U .S. Ten year old at four point three percent gold is down seven oil trading in the green and bitcoin is little changed. Japan gained half a percent overnight while European markets are firmly in the green this morning and back in the U .S. on the economic front at 830 initial job as claims and PCE at 945 Chicago am I in a ten o 'clock pending home sales after the Bellas night snowflake and Salesforce both beat estimates and in deal news the Wall Street Journal reported that Occidental is negotiating to buy Crown Rock ten billion dollar deal wrapping things up Duke Energy was raised overweight at Wells Fargo HP Enterprise race to to equate at Morgan Stanley and Pinterest was raised to buy overhead Jeffries live for the first breaking news desk on Bill Maloney Karen. Alright Bill thanks to hear live breaking news of your Bloomberg type squawk on your terminal SQU AWK that's a Bloomberg Business Flash now here's Michael Barr with more on what's going on around the world Michael. Karen overnight Israel and Hamas extended their ceasefire for at least one more day amid intense release more hostages yesterday Hamas released 16 more hostages from Gaza in exchange for Palestinian more women and teenagers held in Israeli prisons former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has died in the 1970s the diplomatic powerhouse opened up relations between the US and China but critics say he dragged out the Vietnam War and supported massive bombing campaigns in Cambodia Kissinger won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973 Henry Kissinger died in his Connecticut home at 100 in the NHL the Rangers and the Capitals won in the NBA the Wizards lost global news 24 hours a day and whenever you want it with Bloomberg News Now I'm Michael Barr this is Bloomberg, Karen. All All right, Michael, thanks. 642 on Wall Street and we turn to news and science and technology with the Bloomberg NJIT STEM report brought to you by New Jersey Institute of Technology whose School of Applied Engineering and Technology meeting is the increased demand for advanced manufacturing skills and practical hands -on engineering knowledge learn more at NJIT .edu slash STEM and here's what's making news in science, technology, engineering, and math. Well OpenAI says that Sam Altman was officially reinstated as chief executive and that it has a new initial board of directors with Microsoft joining as a non -voting observer. The announcement yesterday on a blog post penned by Altman comes two weeks after the CEO's shock firing from the artificial intelligence startup followed by an operatic boardroom power struggle. Canada's government says it has reached a deal with Google for the company to contribute $100 million Canadian dollars annually to the country's news industry to comply with a new Canadian law requiring tech companies to pay publishers for their content. The agreement removes a threat by Google to block the ability to search for Canadian news on Google in Canada. And astronomers have discovered a rare in -sync solar system with six planets moving like a grand cosmic orchestra untouched by forces since their birth billions of years ago. The find published in the journal Nature can explain help how solar systems across the Milky Way galaxy came to be. This one is 100 light years away in the constellation Berenices, Coma a light year is 5 .8 trillion miles, a pair of planet hunting satellites teamed up for that observation. And that's the Bloomberg NJIT STEM report. Then news from across the galaxy. Thank you, Karen. Six forty four on Wall Street. Let's go back down to Earth. Check what's going on in DC where some of the top stories include Washington remembering Henry Kissinger, Johnson Speaker expressing reservations about the motion to expel George Santos and shut down odds in January, falling as House Republicans soften their demands. Also making news, a story by Bloomberg Government Congress reporter Jack Fitzpatrick on the threat of automatic cuts complicating Congress's funding options into the next year. And Jack is here with me now. And I do want to get to that. But first, we do need to sort of reflect on the passing of former Secretary of State Kissinger. We talked about his mixed legacy earlier this hour in the Asia Pacific region. How is official Washington remembering this titan of foreign policy, Jack? But it's going to be a complex response from in Washington. The news broke later last night, so there hasn't quite been a full accounting of exactly how everyone in Washington chooses to characterize his legacy just yet. You know, to be honest, it's such a massive legacy with such fame and influence, but also so many critics that it's a little bit hard to sum up in a short period of time. But it certainly is something that will be reflected on in Washington, but not in a very easy way, given the length of Henry Carter's role in American foreign policy. Yeah, absolutely. Let's turn to Capitol Hill then and talk about some of the complications now surrounding a couple of things, really. So let's start first with the motion. I guess we're still expecting to come to the floor or either what, today or tomorrow, on whether to expel Congressman Santos? Yes, the exact timing of a vote hasn't been set, and that's because this is through a motion where a member can force a vote in a certain period time, of but they haven't taken that motion. So the vote is expected to come up as soon as today. The biggest news on that lately has been the new speaker, Mike Johnson, not whipping the vote and essentially telling members, you've got to figure out where you stand on this. The Republican conference is not organizing an attempt to either save Santos or to expel him. It's something that's going to be a bit hard to predict if they can get to the two thirds necessary expel to him with leadership of the House Republican conference saying, you know what, members have to decide on their own where they stand on this question. What we've heard Speaker Johnson say, the quote that keeps getting bandied about is that he has real reservations about this motion. What are some of those reservations? Does it come down to this idea that if Congressman Santos were expelled the to be first time that somebody got kicked out of Congress without actually being convicted of a charge?
The Secret to Creamy, Decadent Vegan Soup: Try This!
"Now some folks really like to thicken their soups with noodles. And of course, depending on the type of noodle you choose, you can achieve your desired thickness and hardiness really easily. Now myself, I like to use noodles more for broth soups, like, you know, vegetable soup or my version of chicken noodle, which is made with seasoned and sauteed tempeh, carrots, celery, potato, you know, the works for chicken noodle soup, but I use tempeh instead as my substitute for the chicken. And by the way, it is awesome. I'll have to post that one on the recipe blog as well. But the best secret of all that I've discovered in transforming my cream soups and chowder recipes to dairy -free is that adding a can of Northern white beans to your soup recipe along with a few pulses from an immersion blender will create the most creamy, decadent, and nutritious dairy -free soup you've ever tasted. Remember that legumes are one of the most nutrient -dense foods that we can eat. And I don't know about you, but I'd sure rather make my soup thick and creamy with something that adds some essential nutrients to my diet than just using, you know, plain old bread or rice. Those are good. But when you've got this option available to you, why not choose the nutrient -dense version? So what I do, for example, with my potato and corn chowder, which is on our food blog, by the way, at Bella Green Vegan, I'll leave a link down below, you can add a can of either cannellini or great Northern white beans along with all the other ingredients, you know, potatoes, corn, carrots, veggie stock, onions, and seasonings. I let it simmer for around about half an hour. And then I take my little immersion blender. And if you don't have one of these, it's well worth a purchase off Amazon. Some people call it a stick blender and it comes in so handy for so many things. I'll leave a link in the show description below to the one on Amazon that I bought and you can check that out. So I take my little stick blender and I just pulse it in the hot soup four or five times, just enough to mush up the beans. You don't want to over blend it because you really still want plenty of chunky potatoes and carrots, you know, carrot slices left in your chowder. But this by far, the small step is the best, excuse me, best method I've found for giving your soup creamy thickness and also providing some darn good nutritional value. The same method can be used with cannellini beans when you're making like vegan cream sauces. But I will save that one for another podcast episode because that's a whole nother subject where I get into soaking cashews and things like that too when I make my, you know, mac and cheese. It's so good.
A highlight from Episode 125 - Oct. 9th, 2023 - Conflicts..
"Yes, indeed. Yes, indeed. Yes, indeed. It is me. It is me. It is me, DJ Intense, gracing you guys, your airwaves with our podcast today. The band is back, yo. The band is back. It's no longer a bunch of twos. It's a three here. Three. Trio. To the left of me, I have, I am Walt. What's up, Walt? Um, I'm really good. I'm in good spirits. Um, not like those dumb ass giants. Well, you know, how about those cowboys? Don't feel bad. But, um, deserve it. Listen, we deserve it. You don't pay a guy $40 million that hasn't proven that a damn thing. Yes, you do. Players get paid on, players get paid on potential all the time. Yeah. I'm sorry guys. Quarterbacks like that get paid on, you know, because, you know, a one good time. I'm telling you, because of that, say, go probably be like, bye -bye. So don't be surprised. Saquon Barkley leaves next year. Saquon? I don't even mind if he leaves. We deserve it. Yep. And I'm gonna leave with him. They deserve it. I know you're a bareback dripper. Well, technically, he could be franchised, but I don't know what the deal they structured of him, you know, franchise or not. So if I was him, I would leave. I wouldn't even blame him. You sure? Say that now. Don't leave. No, I'll leave with him. Come back. Listen, the Maurer family is a curse on the Giants organization. It's done good for that team since the days of Eli. Even then, some of the things they were questionable. Beyond that, man, they should, they don't even coach, they could have hired, they didn't hire them. Yep. They fired Tom Coughlin. Nope said. It's pain pinching, bro. Not pain pinching. They're the worst, one of the worst ran organizations out there. Yep. And I'll say it because you could have drafted Lamar Jackson, those guys. Nope. You went and got Danny, you know, the, the, the, the Giants could have drafted Mike Parsons. Yep. And we got Diddy Terps. I mean, you know, the 10th pick, the Dry's going to trade it down their pick from seven and when it went to 20 to still get Danny Jones. Yep. So what can I say? Well, that, you know, that's just the most, and to the right of him, I'm looking at the, looking at the front door as a Giants fan, man. I might be going to the, to the bills, man. He's just like, man, this ship's sailing pretty quickly. I've been a Giants fan for most of my life. I'm 40 years old right now. And to see the organization going the way they're going right now, it's like the same way I've seen with the Yankees. Like, yo, what the hell is going on? Who is running the show? Do you realize since the last time the Giants went to chip, they've been at the playoffs twice. And so they went to the Yankees. They want to have it in the, in the world series in over 10 years. Well, you know, the Yankees problem is right. Yeah. They're not spending enough money. No, the time has passed them by. They're running off old school metrics and doesn't work. That's true. You just can't think you can jack up home runs and escape of a game. You have, you know, runs RBIs one bad idea, you know, they just need a sound system and some video like that. This is a whole lot, but you know, I read it separately. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. That was good. That was good. That was good. I like that. I like that. That was good. It was allegedly man. It wasn't, you know, allegedly. All right. So, so, so, so, so they was, so they was Jekyll at home. And then all of a sudden they turn into Mr. Hyde and when they play the Yankees away, no, they still did things away. What was it like when they was just at home? It was astronomical at home. Oh, unbelievable. Right. Listen, I'm a Boston fan too. So you got all the smoke for, for Bella check is spiky. But meanwhile you knew there was cheating. You'd be with the red Sox, the Astros. That's what's out here cheating, but you got all the smoke for Bella check and spiking on and be consistent. King be consistent out here. Don't do that. Don't do that. Don't be mad because, because the passengers, you know, a little innovative and ahead of the curve, that's why they get their heads stomped up. Don't worry. When, when, when, when, when they hacked the rule book again, again, you'll be up in arms complaining about something, you know, don't worry. You'll find something. I said, he said, how you doing, man? All these considered, man, I'm good. I'm doing better. Just had to deal with some real life BS and get cut out of certain certain cancer out of my system. And I'm doing better now. Well, still dealing with a little bit of an injury because that's what I told you guys. I'm live on the podcast, but I got snuffed and kicked in the, in the grapes by, uh, by a patient on my job. He got kicked in the gonads.
A highlight from The poison salon with Rose Biggin
"At Breaking the Glass Slipper, we believe it is important to have conversations about women and issues of intersectional feminism within science fiction, fantasy and horror. To continue to do so, we need your help. Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Join the conversation by following us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Hello and welcome to Breaking the Glass Slipper. I'm Lucy Hounsom. And I'm Megan Lee. In the preface to Les Fleurs du Mal, The Flowers of Evil, Baudelaire indicated that boredom is the truest suffering, and this idea later became central to the fin de siècle movement of the 1890s, an era of decadence in which artifice masqueraded as, or was even elevated to the status of, art. The Belladonna Invitation by Rose Biggin is a gothic exploration of the cult and cost of celebrity. It looks at the consequences of wealth, the ethical complexity of aestheticism, and ultimately asks the question, is celebrity or the mask of it worth dying for? We are extremely fortunate to have Rose with us on the show today. I loved this book, I devoured it in a couple of days. So I'm really keen to chat to Rose all about it. Would you like to introduce yourself to our listeners? Hi, I'm Rose Biggin. I'm a writer and a theatre maker based in London. I work between performance and I do a bit of dance and I do a bit of writing, short fiction and novels, often exploring things like art and artifice. So thank you for having me. As I said, I absolutely adored The Belladonna Invitation, which is out now from Ghost Orchid Press. It's a small press that's putting out some really exciting books at the moment. So I do urge everybody to just go and have a look at their titles. We're hoping to talk to some of their authors, other authors later in the year as well. Since you mentioned art and artifice, and I've mentioned also one of my favourite literary periods, the 1890s for the Fada Siekla, which is, yeah, it produced some really remarkable novels. But what I really liked in your book is this idea of death salons, this exclusive and expensive gathering where guests deliberately poison themselves. And I felt like that suggests that wealth directly enables the taking of absurd risks in pursuit of sensation. And this is horribly topical. I'm sure you know what I'm referring to at the moment, this having money and that leads directly to your doom. I wanted to dig into this idea of extreme wealth leading to a possible disregard for life itself. Yes. Well, the poison salons were something that came right at the start of the conceptualisation of the novel, before the idea was even novel sized. Maybe I could get to that later. But I immediately knew from the beginning about the dark, fin de siekla world that I wanted to set the story in, the main character, Bella Donna, her name, what she would do, the work she would do. This was all part of the texture of that world. I think the poison salon is the exclusive secret thing that she runs at the end of the official salons that just felt like a very interesting way to make those themes a bit tangible and a little bit tasty, I suppose, a sort of texture to the world. But I think something that interests me is that the character Bella Donna works in this world. She runs these salons and she takes on a very ambitious devotee apprentice and that's the perspective character. That's who we see the story, who we see the novel through in her eyes. Quite quickly, they get a little bit used to it. We have this glamorous showpiece thing she does, but what I was quite interested was showing the work that goes on beneath creating that kind of glamorous or that dangerous or that show -stopping event. They actually get a little bit used to it. It's central to what they do, but it's also part of the job. They run these things and the business and the practicalities of running these things, what it takes to uphold that glamorous edifice. We sort of see underneath that. There's a moment when the perspective character first learns about the poison salon because she doesn't walk in on day one. She's led up to experiencing it. She asks Bella Donna, I can't remember the exact quote, but why people come to this, why people do this. Bella Donna says, she words it a lot better than I would say it, but she says something like, she doesn't know why. It's either obvious or she's sure she doesn't want to know. We're at a little bit of distance from why people come to this. It's sort of a texture of that kind of world where we then see the relationship between the Bella Donna, who's this socialite, this mysterious character and her apprentices. They're working it through. I suppose equally, it's interesting to think that people do get blind drunk at parties and die from that. They take drugs. This perspective isn't one I don't have a particularly strong position about people doing high risk things to get a high. I'm quite liberal about that. It's just that I think the extremeness of the sort of poison berries and the way that is a combination of beauty and danger and the temptation of it feels like something. The Bella Donna is selling you that as an idea as well. The novel is kind of selling it to you as a reader. This is something someone's doing, but also her job is to sort of sell that it is particularly dangerous, particularly cool. That's part of her Fin de Sica celebrity and her glamour. Of course, after the apprentice character has done it once, she never wants to do it again. I think there's a relationship between this thing, this glamorous, decadent, dangerous thing, the poison salon, but part of the mystique of that and the upholding and the creation of the mystique of that is sort of where the book's territory really is. I love this exploration of the fact that they're very expensive. They're exclusive. Not anybody can just get into one of these poison salons. It just raises the idea of what I mentioned in the intro, this Baudelaire's saying that it's like the worst thing, the worst misery is boredom. Is that what happens when you have this extreme wealth and privilege that it's kind of horrible because the welfare state wasn't established in that period. There were tons of people who were living in abject poverty, scrabbling at life to try and keep on living. Then you've got this aristocratic class who was so wealthy that they are eating poison to try and get some kind of kick out of them. I think that that juxtaposition is that the whole moral question surrounding those ideas is so fascinating. But also, everyone knows not many people can get in. The exclusivity of it is, they talk about that. They know that's part of, you have to uphold. You have to uphold that. That's part of the fun. There is a huge consequence to, well, not just the poison salons themselves, but to the way that Belladonna behaves towards men who fall in love with her. It does force us to question the moral integrity of the world that she's constructed around herself. Was that something that was central also to you that you wanted to explore? It's a glamorous, beautiful world, but it comes at a huge cost to some people. Yeah, well, it's worth saying that the big, dramatic, jealous lover moment, I don't think it's a spoiler really because he comes in quite early. A guy appears, there's a sort of dramatic, jealous lover moment. The reason that happens, the reason we have that character, his name is Lucien, that is a trope that we have in culture and in these sorts of stories. The novel that is in the DNA of the Belladonna invitation is The Lady of the Camellias by Alexandre Dumas -Phew, the son of Alexandre Dumas -Phew, who wrote The Three Musketeers and so on. His son wrote a novel, The Lady of the Camellias, which was a big hit at the time. It was adapted for stage and it later turned into the opera. Verdi adapted the story for his opera, La Traviata, and that's where Moulin Rouge gets its plot from. Although The Lady of the Camellias isn't so well known now, it has quite an interesting cultural footprint. Some of the initial skeleton of this Belladonna character and the lover who comes in and how she deals with that is a trope that I was looking to try to rework in a new way. He has his big, dramatic, jealous moment and she deals with that in a way that she doesn't deal with it in the text that I was just referring to. What I wanted was to have the man arise, but the emphasis isn't really on how she navigates that romantic or that pseudo -romantic world, but how she navigates the pressures that she's under and how that impacts on her relationship with Flora, or F, the name of the apprentice that she takes on who's watching all this happen. The relationship with the lover and how that sort of goes and how that ends up is interesting for me because of how it impacts on the central relationship between the two women. I do want to talk about Belladonna a little bit more in a bit because I do feel like there's a Rebecca vibe to her. She's on every page, but I don't feel like we ever really can say that we know who she really is. However, you mentioned F or Flora and I was so intrigued by these two names that she's sometimes Flora and she's sometimes F. There's a mask in there too. Do you have to have a mask to enter this constructed world? Who is Flora? Yeah, it's very interesting. In a way, I tried to make it quite an intimate novel. In a way, although she's F or Flora and there are things we don't know about this mysterious figure, she's also the perspective character of the book and we're sort of under her skin quite literally at times. I tried to really bring bodily sensation and feel and intensity of mental into construction her how she's seeing the world. At the same time, she's sometimes F, sometimes Flora. That's not necessarily an explicit puzzle that can be solved. It's more done through feel. There isn't a secret why she's one or the other. It's more how I felt in the writing, which name it felt like she was the best living up to in the time and in the moment. It does change. I suppose it's how she feels, who she feels she is in that moment. If she's expanded to take that kind of Flora name, which Belladonna gives her as well, or is just a letter, just a kind of ghost making things happen. I think in art, particularly in some forms, songwriting for example, or certain types of writing, certain genres, there's quite a lot of value placed on perceived sincerity or honesty, authenticity we might say. I'd argue it's maybe not necessarily about the world of art or celebrity itself that's all about masks, but particularly it's about a psychological perspective on the layers that we tell ourselves. The narratives we tell ourselves and what we tell other people, multiple selves that exist inside of us. I suppose the point is you don't need to be the top of society, La Dame, Belladonna, to have secrets and to have a sense that there are multiple selves within you and who will you show yourself to be at any one moment to other people depending on. F is a thinker, she's a planner. She's kind of a bit of a schemer, although that sounds a little bit Del Boyish. It's much more like, how can I get what I want? What do I need to do? Who do I need to be to these people in order to get from A to B? I suppose that's sort of the psychological territory that we're in, really. I think it's also, F is on the surface, we think they're going to be an entry character for the reader, I suppose. Of course, they're the perspective character, they're the one we identify with, but she's also hiding from the reader a little bit as well. It's an invite, it's to have fun to enter this world where there is mystery, there are characters who know more than what they tell you. I suppose I've just tried to embody that quality as well as depicting it. I wanted that to be something that hopefully is tantalising to the reader in form as well as in content. It is very tantalising and I was intrigued by both characters, but I'm glad that now you've kind of introduced both of these principal women. I wanted to talk a little bit about the power dynamic between them because they come from different classes. Flora is basically a servant and Belladonna is dripping with diamonds. Why set up this particular power dynamic? Class is a particular issue here and the fact that Flora is a servant to someone who stands at the very top of the social ladder. The power dynamic and the basic power struggle between them was the whole reason to write the novel, to be honest. As I mentioned earlier, I alluded to Lady of the Camellias and I had an idea to do a kind of goth, poison -y version of that. We'll call her Belladonna, she'll wear the blackberries in her hair and that all came quite fully formed. It felt like an idea that could potentially make quite a creepy short story. Fine. The jealous lover arrives, she deals with him, the end. I didn't quite write it because somehow there was something missing. There wasn't quite a reason to write it. It didn't feel like I had everything that I needed. There was a point where I was just puzzling over one of those scenes, maybe her and Lucienne or something. I suddenly thought, wait, who's watching this? Who's seeing this happen? Suddenly, it was one of those rare thunderbolt moments. Well, you know how it is artistically. You have a bolt from the blue that's actually a decade in the making. I'm sure I'd already had this idea, probably. The perspective is that Belladonna has a close assistant. She has a close person or someone, a devotee, who idolises her and she watches this. Suddenly, the muscle of the story is the power dynamic, the power struggle between those two. Then the guy coming in is like, you know, that's just part of the job. What does our shift bring us today? Ah, it's a guy. Then the romantic story isn't the focus, but it's the friendship or the test, the tempestuous combination of dependence and subversion between those two women. In a way, making her a servant or a lower class just makes Belladonna's world even more unobtainable because then that's further that you also do it. Whenever you don't, you do. That's also a handy driver to talk about wanting and desire. The notoriety that Belladonna has and the fame she has makes her far more distant. When we first see her, she's literally on the top of the private box in the balcony and F is staring up at her from below. That's one of the first dynamics between them that we see. I don't think it's a spoiler to say F is looking at Belladonna throughout the entire book. I wanted F to set out to achieve something unobtainable. Having her background be from the printing press in that kind of world was a deliberate decision as well because I wanted the Belladonna. She's got a very famous signature. She signs her name with black purple ink. She's associated with fine art, with calligraphy, with, as you say, dripping with diamonds. There's a liquidity to her as well as beauty and jewelry and so on. Whereas F has come from working in a printing press is all about industrial technologies. It's about replication. It's about mechanical reproduction. We're deliberately putting letters to create a specific thing that you need, which is how F goes about navigating the world. In comparison, what she sees Belladonna doing, and of course this is F's perspective, what she sees Belladonna doing is all about glamour and relationship building and beauty and rehearsal and performance and liveness. F is much more thinking in terms of these little metal blocks.
A highlight from #46: Unspoken Topics
"Hey Mirafim and welcome to season 5 episode 6 of Mirafim Podcasts. So today I'm with Patricia. So Patricia how are you doing? I'm good, how are you? I'm good. So practically today we're gonna be talking about like unspoken topics. Unspoken topics are basically like topics that are not really spoken much about but like obviously they need to be spoken about more. So are you ready for the first question? Right so the first question is basically what are unspoken topics? The first question now, what unspoken topics do you think are not spoken about enough? Pretty privileged. So it brings us to the first like topic so that's actually pretty privileged. So what is pretty privileged is where like people whether it's a boy or a girl they they have more opportunities in life based off how people are based off of people who think they're pretty or not. Yeah like models and stuff like that. Like I'm pretty sure people call, you know who Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid are right? Yeah. People call them the prettiest woman on earth just because they're like tall white skinny models. Yeah. So do you think pretty privilege is relevant today? Yeah I feel like it's still relevant because as somebody who's like in high school I feel like a lot of girls who are prettier than me get more attention than me and get more like they have more like they're more popular than me or whatever you want to call it and they have a lot more positivity because people feel like oh they're pretty so this this this this or that. Yeah because I feel like people they're more likely to listen to people who are more like physically appealing to look at. So how real would you say pretty privilege is? Like how often would you say it occurs? Very often. So how is privilege and pretty privilege different? I feel like privilege is where like you have you have more opportunities based off just pretty much anything and pretty privilege is having more opportunities based off your appearance. Alright fair says. So how do you think people can benefit from pretty privilege? I feel like people can benefit from pretty privilege. Like the way they can benefit is because they can get away with a lot of things like they can do things that somebody who is let's just say if let's just I don't have to sugarcoat it let's just say audience in them couldn't really get out loud for example saying slurs and somebody who's pretty said a slur nobody would really care because they're pretty. example Yeah for like obviously as you said like being in school let's say someone wants to go start a rumour and obviously they're like oh they're good looking blah blah blah no one would really care they're more interested to listen to the rumour they have to say because they're pretty but if it's someone who's not really seen to be as pretty people that are widespread in rumours all you do is gossip blah blah blah and all that kind of thing. Right so I'm going to give you like this. I'm just going to say a statement and tell me if you agree. So this is a statement. Pretty people hold the key to a door of opportunities. Let me let me like shine it. So basically pretty people have more opportunities connections and choices but for other people it's sure. Would you agree? Yeah I agree. Why? I Why? feel like I agree mostly because when it comes to being pretty like for example let's say you applied to be a model right and you're pretty everyone thinks you're pretty you're obviously going to get the job or whatever it is but let's say somebody who's uglier than that person tries to apply for something that's got to do with modelling they might just get turned down just because they don't fit the criteria of what they're looking for. Yeah but nowadays I feel like nowadays when it comes to modelling I think it's slightly improved like for example I'll be working past I'll be seeing more like diverse people. I'll be seeing some people with vitiligo. I'll be seeing some people with albino people like albinos. I'll be seeing tall people short people all that kind of stuff so it's more like it's better now but obviously it's not always better. So have you ever witnessed pretty privilege like right in front of your face? Yeah I have. So where do you see pretty privilege the most like acting industries, music industries, school, jobs, work where do you see them? I feel like I see more as acting industries because when acting to a class that's pretty and stuff like that and they do something wrong they kind of just get away with it. Yeah that's true can you think of any examples of that? Right so Patricia. Hello. Right so this is the last question on pretty privilege so do you think pretty privilege overall is talking about enough? Pardon? Do you think pretty privilege is talking about enough? No. Me neither. I feel like we need to speak about it more because like it actually happens so much you know we just don't talk about it anymore. Like it generally happens all the time. Right so the next theme is derealisation. Right so the first question relating to derealisation is what is derealisation? Derealisation is feeling like the world around you isn't real and feeling like you're outside of your old body and stuff like that. what Yeah so do you think are the effects of it like how would it feel basically? I feel like it feels like when you just hit rock button and you just feel like nothing around you is actually real it's all artificial and stuff like that. Yeah like it feels surreal like it's just depending on how long you've lived you're like oh I've lived for this long all of a sudden nothing feels real. It feels like a simulation. So what is depersonalisation? So similar to derealisation so what's depersonalisation? I feel like depersonalisation is like when you feel like you're no longer yourself if you're one. Like you don't feel you. Yeah you don't feel like yourself you feel like you're outside of your own body which is similar to derealisation but yeah. So now what is the difference between depersonalisation and derealisation? What's the difference? The difference is that depersonalisation is feeling like you're outside of yourself and that you're not yourself you're a different person and the realisation is feeling like everything around you is not real that's the difference between them. Yeah basically so like derealisation is like linking to more the world around you like how things look and how things feel and then depersonalisation is like you yourself and how you feel about yourself and how it doesn't really feel normal. So do you think derealisation is not spoken about enough? I don't feel like it's spoken about enough. Do you think it needs to be spoken about more? Yeah. Lovely. Right so the next theme is attachment issues. So what are attachment issues? I feel like attachment issues is when you meet somebody and you feel this type of link towards them and you just can't really let it go like you just feel you just feel like that person is a part of your world and a part of you and if you lose them it's just gonna you know you're not gonna feel like yourself anymore. Yeah let's like say you lose them you feel like a chunk of you is gone. Yeah. So do you think having attachment issues means you're clingy? I feel like in some situations yes but it just depends on what the situation is really. Okay fair says. So what do you think causes people to be attached? I feel like what causes people to be attached is that when they get to a certain point with somebody they just feel like oh that person is my world and stuff like that. Yeah. I feel like if you meet someone for the first time that's like really similar to you or that you really like them obviously you're gonna be really attached to them and then obviously let's say you lose them or you come into an argument obviously sometimes you might appear as very clingy to them as in you feel like you still need them or something like that. So the next question is how do you think people how do you think being attached stops people from letting go of someone? How do you think being attached stops people from letting go of someone? I feel like being attached for people from letting go of someone mainly because once you've got that person in your life and you feel like that person is like that person I've met my actual somebody I've met my soul mate I feel like once you get to that point in life or once you get to that point with somebody it's kind of hard to let go because you feel like that person is my world that person is like if I don't have them what am I gonna do like how am I gonna function? Yeah how so can attachment issues affect the trust you have with people? I feel like attachment issues can affect the trust you have with somebody because it's like they could just be they could just be acting off their attachment with you and they might not let's say you get into a deep kind of thinking they might not be seeing you it might just be it might just be that attachment issue speaking it might not actually be them.
"bella" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
"Awesome. Fantastic. Sorry. We're having a little bit of we're having a little bit of zoom leg, so that's okay. But yes, thank you. I knew when we talked back in 2020 and I can't remember what month it was. I was like, I'm pretty sure they weren't doing adaptive clothing, so it's interesting to see how you guys have evolved. Yeah, it's been a, it's been a big change. We are awfully excited and we've been so fortunate to meet folks like you in this space who are just incredible advocates for startups and new ideas and innovations and just advocates for, hey, we can take care of older adults in this country better. And for putting those folks like the senior housing who are doing it the right way, shining a spotlight on that and advocating for those that are making a positive change. And thank you so much. For anyone who's interested in learning more, please feel free to check us out. Joe and Bela dot com, you can ping me on Twitter or LinkedIn or email, whatever Z is as well if you have any questions or if there's any ideas that come to mind after listening to this. But Jennifer, I really appreciate you having me on. Thank you. Well, look forward to seeing some more innovative designs made by, I guess those are gen zers, aren't they? Oh, lord. Oh, now I feel old. Thank you so much, Jimmy. And best of luck to you with the new baby and the new clothing. Thank you. I appreciate it. You've gotten all the way to the end, which tells me you would probably be interested in my weekly email newsletter. It's short to the point and it's got some great behind the scenes information. I think you'd really enjoy. There's a sign up link in the show notes. Now, here is what is coming up next Tuesday. During COVID, the non human losses have been unbelievable. So many people have been moving from their homes on people lost their jobs, their livelihood, you know, I've talked to people who have said to me, you know, this book heartwood is about physical death, but it's making me think a lot about my divorce or my separation. Other people have said, no, I have a kid. I lost my favorite toy train. And it seems silly, but it meant the world to me, and it was gone. And so I find that talking about loss and stepping back and talking about the things that seem smaller can sometimes be the best way to take some tentative steps into this arena. Thank you for listening today and once again we'll be back in your ears next Tuesday. Please check out our sponsors and help support our show.
"bella" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
"If you're not familiar with Joe and Bella, they are an adapting clothing company and Jimmy's gonna tell us all about how they got started because that's an actually interesting story. And why adaptive clothing is so important for the older adults in our life. So thanks for joining me, Jimmy. Thank you so much for having me. Excited to talk and share a bit about what we're working on. Yeah, it's wonderful. It'll be kind of a nice update because I think in early 2020, sometime, sometime during the pandemic, we did an Instagram Live, so it's probably somewhere on that platform. Right. That's right. This one will live. When we spoke last time, we weren't making clothing and we weren't really thinking about making clothing, but things changed pretty quickly after we saw it, which we'll get into. Well, awesome. So kind of tell us, I mean, I've read the story. So you your grandmother was having struggles as many of our loved ones do. And you put her in, was it assisted living or memory care, that part of forgot? So she was living in a memory care community. She was in a wheelchair, but was living with some cognitive decline. And she was there when the pandemic hit. And like everybody else during the pandemic, that was a really tough experience at the beginning because you didn't know what was going to happen. You didn't know what to expect. No one really knew anything. It was really scary. We were wondering if we should try and get her out. We were wondering if what we can do to support the community. And that's when we started Joe and Bella, and it wasn't meant to be in a parallel or fashion brand at the time. It was when we spoke, we created a place
AI Takeover in 25 Years?
"I like Mitt Romney a lot. I keep my mid 12 license plate right behind me here on the set. Because I really like Mitt Romney a lot of good, good man. And we don't always agree. And I wish I had written the speech that he accepted the nomination with, I think he would have won the presidency with a little bit better coaching. A little bit better preparation for debates and for speeches and things like that. But it didn't happen. Nevertheless, when I sat down with him for the first time, he looked at me. I was 50 at the time. He said, are you a grandfather? I've had white hair since I was 35, so excuse. No, I'm not. When you're a grandparent, your perspective on everything will change. And then he proceeded to tell me how. And he's right. Because it just extends your vision into places where you just think 30, 40, 50 years out. I ain't going to be here. If I am, you're not going to be earned from me. And even the late great AT, my beloved grandfather made it a 101 on his own wheels in his own house. It actually Bella, shuttling his own snow with the dog Bruno. He just got a new dog and replaced it with another one. He always called them Bruno. And so even if I've got AT genes and just go and go and go like the snowman from ashtabula. Smokey was his nickname. He was a fireman, even if that happened. I don't think AI will take over the world by then.
Are robot waiters the future? Some restaurants think so
"Our robot waiters the future, some restaurants seem to think so. And I'll leave the guest there. Bella bot guides patrons to their tables at the noodle topia restaurant in Madison heights Wisconsin. We need some help but I can not find people. After the first one worked out well, owner Lee Jae acquired two more to bring out orders and carry dishes away. Some say robot waiters are subject to breakdowns and unable to deal with stairs outdoor patios or chaotic situations, but Phil Zhang would Texas based rich tech robotics expects the waste time machines to be everywhere in the next few years. Advocates for restaurant workers like one fair wage save restaurants could easily solve their labor shortage if they just paid more, one robot costs about $15,000, while a human worker costs the business about $5000 per month. To confirm after picking up your dishes. I'm Jennifer King
Alleged Efforts to Shut Down "Misinformation" Over SVB
"Sunday evening last evening. I stumbled across a tweet from one of the congressional representatives, Republicans. And in this tweet, she was accusing another member of Congress during a debriefing with the undersecretary of the treasury or one of the deputy secretaries of asking whether they were going to restrict misinformation about the situation the Silicon Valley bank on Twitter and on Facebook. So I don't know how treasury responded to that because she did not say, but she was sort of alluding to the threat that there may be a clamping down on information again. That really worries me. We have been through a whole lot. Have we not everyone over the last several years? It's all coming out right now, by the way. And in the case of this particular bank Bella, look, I'm a conservative and I don't like bailouts. I don't like the government in there. In this case, I think this one's a little bit different because it wasn't the executives it wasn't the bankers. It wasn't the shareholders getting bailed out. So to speak, it was just the money that was actually technically there because they had all those treasuries. As long as you were willing to hold them, it was the depositors that were getting their money back or guaranteed by the federal government. So it's not really a perfect bailout situation. But she made an important point by showing how another representative the Democrat was so immediately willing to shut down any discussion. About whether this was the right thing to do or not. Now, I think it's a very interesting discussion. And I think a lot of you may disagree with me. Some of you may agree with me, some of you may not care, but it's a discussion worth having. And one that we should be able to engage in.
No. 8 Arizona beats Arizona St, gets title rematch with UCLA
"Tiger Campbell scored 28 points as second ranked UCLA, advanced to the PAC 12 conference tournament championship game with a 75 56 win over Oregon. Campbell shot 11 of 21 from the field and he finished with 6 assists and zero turnovers. Coach called some great plays and you know our bigs were getting me open on our ball screens and then we were able to get the switch so I could get the shot that I wanted. And so I was really just trying to make anything happen. You know, I believe in myself as a player and you know any shot I take, I feel like it's gonna go in. UCLA will face 8th ranked Arizona in Saturday's title game after the wild catch beat Arizona state 78 to 59 behind 17 points from azules to Bellas. Adam splain, Las Vegas.
Dining With Droids: Robot Waiters Deployed in East Memphis
"Craze is apparently something called robot servers. And there's a restaurant here in Memphis called el porton. And it is a Mexican joint. And they have now hired a couple of robot waiters. And the robots, they kind of look like, as they were described, they look like a cross between R two D two and a Roomba. I don't know what a Roomba is. But I know what R two D two is. The robots are capable of speaking. They sing happy birthday to the guest and they can tell customers to get out of the way if they're standing in the path. So what do they do? I mean, my question is, is there somebody behind the scenes getting them the chips and the salsa? How does that work? According to local reports, the robot servers are a hit with customers. They're calling them beautiful and awesome. And their video taping all the time. The robots are named Bella one and Bella two. And this is the creepy part. Look, I've seen terminator, I've seen all the terminator movies. So I know this always leads to very bad things happening. When you give the robots more freedom. So the robots have cat faces. And that to me is kind of disgusting because I'm not sure I want to be served my meal by something that looks like a cat.
Arizona Conservatives Should Battle for Votes, Not Conspiracies
"What is going to happen. The same thing happened with Trump. Is that they've done it in such a way if, in fact, it's consequential. They've done it in such a way that it's almost impossible to prove. It's almost impossible to have tangible evidence that will lead a judge to believe that it's provable. You know, we can't just we can't act like this is one thing that I'm afraid that we're doing. We can't act like every judge in the United States of America is all a conspiracy theory. Their actions are based on a conspiracy theory. Every judge ain't just dismissing it just because they just all on the same page. You're talking about Arizona has conservative judges. Do people run an election or Republicans in Arizona? I just want that to be very clear. So we can't go down the path of saying everybody is in on it. It's like maybe we don't have sufficient enough evidence and maybe just maybe our fight isn't going to be in a courtroom where the burden of proof is way too high for what we have to deliver. The manipulation is on a level in which we can not diagnose. We have to fight them at their own fight. We have to ballot harvest in places where Bella harvesting is legal. We have to call grandma grandpa nem on the phone and convince them to vote. We can't make them vote but we can at least encourage them to go out and vote. We need to show up at the homeless shelters. We need to show up at skid rows of our city and encourage the homeless people to turn out the vote. Because if you get 5000 homeless people to vote, that's 5000 more people that you wouldn't have on your list.
What Made Zayn Malik Shove Yolanda Hadid Into a Dresser?
"So Zayn Malik has pleaded no contest to harassing Gigi Hadid and no, I'm not arresting her. Harassing her mom, Yolanda Hadid. They had a big argument last month, apparently. Now him is easier done right now. But this happened when they were not done. So he's been charged with four counts of harassment for allegedly calling. Now this is the greatest line every called Yolanda, the one of the original, I don't know if she was original, but one of The Real Housewives, he called her a Dutch slut, I never heard it before. I think it's genius. A Dutch slut, he screamed about his sperm and apparently he pushed her into a dresser during an altercation. Now, here's the story. He was at home. He lives in Pennsylvania, so does Gigi so does Yolanda and so does the sister Bella? Do you know they all live in the same compound like the same like cul de sac or the same general area, they're all near each other. It's very strange. And I don't know why Pennsylvania. I know this land out there, but that's a little pencil. Pennsylvania is the endless state. You could pick a better state to live than pencil fucking Vania. Oh God, at least the clock. When we drove through what we called schitt's, we had friends relatives lived there. I got a summer house and we'd say, let's go to shed Slovenia. I don't want to go shit silvania. Beautiful homes, beautiful property, but not a good ride. So apparently he's home with the baby. And Yolanda walks into the house. Does it not just walks in? And of course, she must have said something to him, and he went ballistic called her a Dutch a Dutch slot. He said, stay away from my fucking daughter. He also mentioned, now this is a bit crazy. I apologize. He said the fucking sperm that came out of this fucking okay, you know what I'm gonna say. He was very, very protective of his daughter. And apparently he grabbed and shoved her into a dresser and that of course called her caused her mental anguish and physical pain. She's a housewife, so it's gotta cause her
"bella" Discussed on The Cashflow Show
"Com Unregistered the not for profit. Or you can register at the c. i. c. or you can go direct and take taunted as a full on charity so you set up in the same as as a business but in a different set And registration with to come making sure you have a committee. A be overboard of committee. Men excellent so on thursday. The thirtieth of september twenty twenty one. You are going to host your. Is this going to be your first in old girl. Event of bella. Ray world bipolar so emotional for me. Literally is the first official launch soup. Pau happy were able to do it in person Where covert and as we're entering winter. I think this may be the only in person event for the overall So i'm super happy. Were able to do. It's the event launch to bring everybody together who supported us To let them be aware of the fishing the organization. What we've done full off to primary goes off that. We're creating awareness of mental health to break stigma so that those in business do feel like they're being judged and a fundraising effort all to help entrepreneurs business owners start up to be able to have access to therapist and counseling. So that's all lawn chairs. And i will at the end of the offend deliver a motivational speaker engagement. And i'm sup- paw on that the charity rethink mental. Illness will be our charming speak. Who is well. There are lots of people that were affected by the pandemic. What do you think is your advice for somebody who is feeling that that mental health isn't the way that they feel. It should be and wants to change that. Is we are so individual. And i believe each each and every one of us needs to recognize. We are all different. We react to things differently. So if you are feeling emotional or anxious about co fadel. You are struggling with mental health. The first thing. I want people to know it's he's okay and what i would love to see eradicated. Is this comparison. Oh i go to same speed. I don't wear them off. I can wonder around it. Okay then the other lady. She's a little bit funny off. People could you keep you distance thoughts so okay. We need to fill that. We should not be compared and i know that takes a lot of shwim because the way society is if your seem to do something different you stick out like a sore farm and that can give you more pressure so i think we need to believe that the way we feel if it's different i won't people to know it's okay because when it's not okay. Any thoughts the view that when it's going to influence and negative mental health bella. We're coming to the end of our Chat here you've got your bella rare world bi polar event and we wish you all the luck in the world with that. I don't think you'll need it. Because i know you've got everything in place. I know you're very excited for that. So what's your plans for the next three six may be twelve months Depending on whether we've got any food on the shelf or we've all we've got any in to go into cars or anything else that we need in order to survive so i'm on a transition of off keeping myself old to work less hours and getting the real expert to to carry to get together experts. Who are moved competent in government all running an organization and i was staying my lane. The number one things to me that i'm focusing on the i've caught skill sets for is fundraising fundraising fundraising fundraising fundraising and also sharing with mine network. This new fanshawe and just enjoying the moment. Enjoying being paul of this new mission and we live my passion to help others and an to really see that we can hit number of helping other entrepreneurs and getting some really great. I'd love to see within the next twelve. Months is all website has great. we saw To help those who need mental health support So that would be a really great haughey for the end of the year that people can have like a one touch on website to get the resources and that that we need to just keep building the team womb. It's been fantastic. Having you back bella. And i just wish you every success with this bench. I know it will be successful. I know that there are many many people who and we haven't really gone into debt. In terms of how a m- the mental health situation affects the community affects entrepreneurs because obviously does all of these things greatly. But i hope that people will be able to find you. Can you give people some details of where they can find you very easily bello where well biproduct calm. I do also like yourself have a podcast that especially for mental health and on the pink. Nasty if you're unsure discovering to google bene- would by polar dot com. You'll find may on instagram twitter. Facebook and youtube Very easy to find. That's brilliant. well the coming to the end of the show. Now thanks very much for being a guest. We really appreciate that and we also want to say thank you for listening to the first episode of cash flows joe two point zero. It's great to have you back. It's great to be bag ma'am. Please like comment subscribe please. Can we have some reviews on apple on google. And whatever podcast. I'm Delivery service that you use weed great to have that and thank you very much for being a part of the cash flow show. Thanks again bella. Take care and we are out out out..
"bella" Discussed on The Cashflow Show
"My came. And that's when. I realized my energy levels will go in there. I saw myself. I was wondering out of puff. So i put a five year plan how i could potentially work hard time and give back to the community who maybe not brave as me to share them mental health struggles so there was a very very sa- cheat plan impact. Well what we're going to try to do these that we like to try. And add value on the cash flow show. And we're going to be starting von you segment barracuda clayton. Now we've talked about this move briefly and this is where we actually deal with the dilemma business dilemma. I'll we don't get emotional. Coolest telling me i wanna leave my boyfriend or something like that. Because i don't know my network that can help we sit down and we discuss a business problem that affects a particular person who's written in so on this occasion. We've had a email in from taffy. Tiffy says this high clayson. I've been listening to your show. And i really enjoy it. Could you help me with this style. Emma have a business it so two years old and after coverage on one twenty five should continue or should i pick something to something. Kale's all my efforts have got washed up during the pandang thermic. Hope you and your guests can help. Thanks so that's the dilemma. Should immaturity she. He basically start a new venture in terms of business or should she basically carry on even though she thinks that covert is basically not done her business any good. What were your thoughts on that.
"bella" Discussed on The Cashflow Show
"And celebrate. Okay so what is bella world bipolar for people that don't know and what's your role bipolar if my not for profit organization and it creates awareness off mental health and mental health education for businesses who Running the business and they find it stressful and as one business it will have an influence on your mental health. And then if you do struggle with men to help it will affect business sales. It could fit your motivation. You might be off sick. So so the reason i saw it better. Railroad bipolar is because i have that lifting experience making lemons lemonade. I reached the point. June cozy really wanted to be honest with my story. Because when i saw it as a networking do. I a sequel. The i was diagnosed with severe mental illness. Which is bipolar disorder. And it was always in my business five year strategy. Say that eventually i was working part time in my network can speaking low to launch my not for profit as the years was voting on. I was losing my energy. I didn't have the momentum that i used to have one in the around as a networking do And actually helped doing covert because mental health became a hot top pick and i had planned For twenty nine hundred. Nineteen to really slow down my network. What build a team. Who can support me on network in so i can really do maybe A childhood passion challengeable passion to give back to entrepreneurs who walked my shoes who nuts bravest me to share the mental health struggles. When did you realize that you needed to share your mental health struggles with the rest of the world. Because i've known you for many years probably since you've been in business and when you actually ended up telling me i was shocked because you'd never given any kind of indication of being down or being uncomfortable. You adjust always super bright you. You were just bella that that's it and it was a shock to me. I have to say it was a shock to me. Because you'd never let that side of your life seep into your professional life for your work wherever you really that really big distance between those two sides of your life. I'm keith aumont and Basis stocks behind word and to be honest view. You have a huge network under my brand the network can do and not leading news where i've slowly started to tell people. Obviously you've known a few years back because you're german my network. But he thumbed especially for the workup done in new york international. The workup dumb. If law firm. I had a way of coping very well because i'm aware of my symptoms on the warehouse manager but to answer your question. At what point did i rely. They would need to be a transition.
"bella" Discussed on The Cashflow Show
"To start a business. That was thirteen years ago. Because i i think. Stay in business i want. I remember bob because my mental also say i'm very feel y i remember was i had no fear. I was afraid of the recession. Because i can just about remember. I had my business plan. I had my branding am. I wasn't really aware that the recession oh icon. Oh what. If i couldn't i just went for it. And i think it dawned on me two months in. We were in a recession. I can remember that. I didn't Why also remember which is due to the to the time now. it's the role of entrepreneurship and being an entrepreneur. And i was a true entrepreneur because i was adoptable unflexible. And when i first saw it out a lot of people do not know this. I was an image console and a lot of people. Do not know so. I try business image consultant. I go a few client but for those no image consultancy fee. It's extremely high. A one hour to hour fee literally start thousand pounds That's the begin this way and you can go up to ten thousand. It's a very expensive consultantcy. Vote and then. I realized i i might need to diversify hair and i fell. This was a good stafa because it got me going and learning my mistakes and i then fell into the world of networking. I'm bill a huge international bland as the networking goo. I'm not lychee. Walls form a negative to a positive reason being. I wish twain so hard in the recession unaware that cash flow and people's expensive so tight people just about do tesco shopping. So who's gonna think about an image consultant valley. The uh on the back end of fat cells were the mission on. I had exhausted all my marketing. At that time. We didn't have facebook that time. We didn't have instagram. The thing we have. And i know you'll notice it. Shows the rodeos e economy. That's a long long time ago. Penny power had to me and if you remember it was slow as l. on on mismatch in but the fact he's they were the first to the market to a certain extent for lincoln carina. They need to get a lot more pop. So what happened the transition to networking with very entrepreneurial as well i had exhausted. All my internal marketing. Whatever i had. I had a zero budget. I didn't even have a website. Everything was word of mouth using my own skills of image consultantcy looking professional Then i kept hearing this thing called networking networking and i kid. You not for a whole month. I procrastinated because i had no clue what network you more in those days. When you win onto google this would have been out two thousand nine. If you put network can always put network like computer networking networking A large firm. You know so. I didn't know it was. I didn't know it was. And i believe me up to palm had originated so i would see me up and i was a bit away. I mean it's like anything if you don't know something you might be a bit scared. Oh fearful of it you know. And the only reason i went to my first network. Then we say this word in new york being buji if because it was ilk so tower base. I could feel comfortable. Could you be the console in your first impressions. It's how you look. So i thought okay. I don't know what this network news but one good figures. I couldn't look good thing. Is i'm gonna good and i said to myself. And this is a how i have been consistent with networking back has grown. My business stumpel three times phone. You all representing yourself. The moment you go in and it's almost like you're advertisement issue on name. So i said if i to well i just want people to know my name. And that's what helps. So i'm going to this. Networking event. now didn't have a clue. I'm i just went with flowed. She liked jodi. Come you know. Fake it to you. Make it. You know and i remember like yesterday. Today there were eight or nine people so you know i'm just trying to think this is social some tower. It's not business. You know and same thing. I tell people today. If you're scared of that working just go with it as a social. Just take it easy. You know then say five minutes into it. This is a two story. This chop chop he passed me on my shoulder. Morton name and he said to me you could use because interesting because obviously the skill that you have as a network really leads onto way you are at the moment there for a second a -olutely so they had me on my shoulder and filling kentucky. I'll give you shares. You need says might be taught me on my shoulder. You good on you and when you watch like amazon film of slow motion we goes so. I'm muslim philly looking to you could the other than you know you have to give yourself back confident in business. You have to go with it. And then i say oh then and i- kit you not. That is literally how my networking speak business thaw it from that day then i said well. My dad used to say practice makes perfect. Then i would go number network another network but we've my tenacity. I would go to like to network events today. Someone change and i was just keep practicing the who did for years exit way going to pose there one. I want to ask you now is. How have you managed to transition from your effectively. Your role is bella. Networking guru now to bella rare world bipolar. That's a bigly a clearly. Is it really is and it is a story of make lemon out of lemonade. Be aware of your weaknesses.
"bella" Discussed on The Cashflow Show
"Every week you'll be interviewing someone inspiring from the business world and finding out how they're salted and business would their trials and tribulations were and how they intend to grow their business in the future we will also be finding out about what they do in this spare time as well as oscar to pick a book a film and the favourite single oracle and to share their reasons for doing so so why not join us at the cashless show. It's not just a radio show. It's a whole new way of doing business. Hello and welcome to the cash flow show version two point zero It's great to have you back. It's great to be back and we have a very special guest. If you decide to go through the back catalogue of the cash flow show. You will find a name bella. Rare world appears in the second episode. Now we have bella rare world bipolar on the cash flow show sharing her new and improved stories. Bella welcome back great to hear from you. Thank you welcome by gino. Where did you inch. I felt the dog aged in wooden crews on me to. I mean the fi. 'cause i couldn't remember when we recorded and that was a long time ago i think quite a few years ago ease of quite a few years ago. Lots happened since then and lots chain go. I'm gonna go back a little bit because there are people who haven't had a chance to listen to that episode year. Tell them when you first started in business. What were you in terms of the bella rare world brand. Wow so to create a vision to everybody. We were meant to where they are where they were in.
Marc Elias Connected to Dark Money Network While Funding Liberal Intiatives
"Joe Shop Stall. Fox News, a top Democratic lawyer. Uses a massive dark money network to push voting rights so called and restricting lawsuits across the country. A setup that a government watchdogs say will provide nearly unlimited funding. Marc Elias, who has become one of the most influential liberal attorneys in Washington, recently departed the Perkins Coy law firm to start the Elias Law Group. But he did most of his dirty work in my opinion while he was with this firm Elias is firm will focus on electing Democrats supporting voter rights and help progressives make change, according to a Perkins. Press release, but before departing the heavyweight firm Used by an extensive list of powerful Democratic politicians. Alas, position himself with summer groups tied to a dark money juggernaut. That would help in efforts to push back against the likes of voter ID. And restricting lawsuits across America. Now. Elias in July 2020 registered Democracy Docket LLC, a site dedicated to acting as a hub for opinion, advocacy and information on voting rights, elections and redistricting. Virginia business records show. As part of the efforts Democracy docket Legal fund led by Elias was created. The legal fund is a fiscally sponsored project of the Hopewell Fun Look at all the layers. A nonprofit managed by Washington consulting firm Arabella Advisors. Eric Bella managed funds Act as a conduit for deep pocketed liberal donors to stealthily bankroll numerous left wing groups.
Cam Newton vs. Mac Jones: Where Patriots QB Competition Stands
"The other side. I it's a more interesting. Quarterback is a quarterback competition in new england. What is the sense. You get the dynamic between cam. Newton and mack jones. Yes quarterback competition. We can call it that cam. Newton is the starter plated limited amount of time against the washington football team. And then as you mentioned mack jones and it's very important not only to listen to what bill bella checks says but what he does and what he did was put back jones out there with the first team offensive line for a couple of plays at the end of his at the first half against the washington football team and then he had max jones run the two minute drill the no huddle offense and that he did with command and obviously precision and they were very impressed with that but right now what he wants to see what bill belichick wants to see and he said this the other day he to see the whole team but particularly the quarterback play faster react faster execute faster and what better way to do that than enjoying practices with the philadelphia eagles and then a preseason game on thursday night but yes there is a competition and we'll have to see how this goes in the next couple of weeks but my money is on cam. Newton starting the season and mack jones quickly getting up to speed and pushing cam newton for the starting job.
We're Sorry To Say It, But Thin Brows Are Coming Back
"Well a few weeks ago. Bella hadid wall thinner more arched brows. She was going to con film festival. She was wearing that black dress. You might have seen it with that gold lung like necklace. And she's never had really bushy brows but have browse with china and more sculpted than average browse. This spot more conversation in the beauty world and thanks to all things nineties trending at the moment which you'll see every way thin- browse are actually back. But don't worry we're not talking about that pencil thin sort of one hair. And that's all you've got weight is talking about more of an odd and more sculpted and coveted confirmed it. They interviewed new based brow expert. Joey healy and he said yes. It's influenced by the nineties but what we're saying is a bit more structure so instead of that boy brow that was really beacon straight with stray hairs everywhere. We're just seeing more sculptured more lifted and he says the trend is partly to do with the pandemic as well so after every year wearing mosques. The focus is back on the. Is we sean. This last week's episode with lana tren but because we're not saying the lower half of the face. People are really tending to put more emphasis in more effort into the upper part of the face. And that's with more seen sort of sculptor browse when we say the and we just mean fina then really thick. We daren't mean really really thin erin now. How do you feel about that much better. Obviously when i wrote about it hurt. My soul's took me ages to grow out of my butchered thin browse. I have naturally quite thick brows. But i think it's really good. Because i don't think everyone falls into that kind of bushy brow- car delving category so it doesn't mean you can't find a trend to match your browse since ted if using product after product to kind of fill them in and make them really bushy. I think it's great to see a trend that kind of encourages people to work with what they've got. I agree and to be honest. I was never going to have that. Really bushy-browed look it just wasn't possible with my brows eyed thin them out too much and it just wasn't what i had so i've kind of gone from eighty brow with a bit of lift at the art because that's what suit in my face so suddenly i'm on trend and i didn't even try. I mean show my brows nee doing in the pandemic because they haven't been done for quite a while but i'm all for this and i'm also you know what who cares about trans. Just do whatever suits you face
"bella" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Well we promised you before the break that it gets good and with with some of the theories man it really does. I thought you're gonna ask me to sing the the. It's it's so much more than just a simple. It could be so much more than just simple murder so two years after bellas body. We'll call her. Bella bellas body was discovered A woman by the name of margaret. Murray who is an anthropologist and archaeologist from the university college london She comes out with her own theory. She said that. Bella had been executed during an occult ceremony with right black magic and her hand was removed to be used as a hand of glory. Oh shit man. Glory i dig it. I got a hand of glory. Stop it god. I knew once she said angler he is going to try to chime in or something. Now is pretty predictable. Yeah man this is fucking crazy though noah this was tell them fuck. I handle glorious. John and it's not some weird shit that happened in my family's past. It is not some sort of porn thing as cbo's alluding to it's a dismembered hand used by burglars as a candle yes literal candle and they would carry it into the homes of the folks that they wished to steal from to make the inhabitants fall asleep. You heard that right angle. A magic candle a magic candle to make people sleep a magic sleepytime candle after stick resign aaltonen good word as to how well it seems that this thing is working with him method for life. Well there it is there and we're back but as crazy as this is gonna sound everyone. There's an issue with the hand of fate. Gasp gasp allowed. The rob is at this theory that the hand had become from have glory from well the hand they were gonna use for a hand of glory. Had to be cut from the body of a fella who had just been hanged at the gallows for it to work. Everyone fucking knows that. come on. i mean that's just fucking you know that's easy. That's bush league sherry there so yeah usually she. Bella doesn't fit the bill so now a for effort though. If they're you know. I guess they're trying some new shit i don't know i don't wanna be a non believer here but if let's say don't believe in black magic man as a really specific set of shit just a makeup. Well john black magic believes in you so if you sever the hand of a felon who was just hanged at gallows not elsewhere but just hanging at the gallows you sever that hand you can then turn it into a candle which will likely put to sleep plan on robbing once you breaking news cannot keep my eyes open is it a severed hand rummaged. My shit i'm gonna go upstairs and take a little wink. Forty forty winks up there. I can only imagine a somewhat elderly man walking through walking walking through the hallway with with slippers on and like a nightgowns and the sleepytime cap that candle and holding holding a hand of glory. And i know what you're saying. Why would the robber. Why would the robber have a nightgown on. I don't know. But i'm just telling you what i'm imagining right now. They were originally going. Call the flashlight the handlery but they changed at the last minute and i applaud them for doing. So that's different episodes now So here's the problem with this whole thing. Well more the problem with murray. So we told you. Margaret murray was an anthropologist and archaeologist while she's also very well known by historians of her time and now she did have a tendency to see which is everywhere or the which is everywhere and choose only one walk up to fuck it and let everyone know one of those two. It's correct. I don't know if you know this sprint. She also coined the phrase which is get stitches. She wrote several books on the history of witchcraft. In western europe and proposed in one that there was a secret kabbalah witches that had infiltrated the highest levels of english nobility and knocked off a number of kings. What i'm getting at is shit has not changed very very very long time. She went by the name. Q murray at the time is what she went by You know so good for her. But murray's idea was popular from around forty three when she first started. Throw it out until fifty three. That bell had been killed by now not just witches gypsies during the kerr doing the ritual. I don't know why why gypsies always pop up in this video. Yeah they they came up with that I don't know if you knew this. But also they say that they had an election around that time and that it was stolen and it was done with witchcraft. Well never trust anyone who's got a jar gypsy tears. That's what my grandpa always told me. So so brent you. I think there was a key key. Dayton there right It was nineteen fifty three and there is another theory came out in nineteen fifty three. But before it did. There was a journalist who researched the case and had their own theory that the witchcraft angle might not add up. What did he say brent. This cat's name was byford jones but he actually wrote it under a pin name. And i don't know how to say it's pin name. Quaestor co q. U. a. e. s. t. o. r. Feels like. there's one too many vowels in a row and he said as for the gypsy theory rather the young woman is supposed to have been a gypsy. Who was ritualistically murdered with witchcraft. Or after trial by tribe. Well i do not accept. It is true that there have been gypsies for years in the area but every crime is laid at the door of remains meaning. Gypsies are the scapegoat for everything. When you don't have anyone to blame and you're just grasping at straws. And now you said some their john tells why this kinda fell out of favor and fifty three because the there was a new theory that came out and So this this is where. I think it really gets good. In one thousand nine hundred eighty three a reader referring to herself as anna wrote a letter to buy for jones and claimed that bella was a part of a world war two era conspiracy spiring sent by the germans to get intel on areas munitions factory. Yeah and this. One is very popular and syllabus day and interrupted the spiring was made up of a dutchman a foreign trapeze artists in a british army officer on so is my synth band on foreign trapeze artists in british army officer. Walk into a bar. The line has been crossed. You never step on. My superior jokes dueling peanut gallery is like it. I know i think back to the actual story. She's at the british officer was a relative of hers. Had been spying for the germans and the bella was a dutch woman named clara bella. Drunk irs d. r. o. n. k. e. r. s. That is that is an abrasive word drivers yet Well she moonlights as tied into the.
"bella" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast
"Very often. I could do it now. She won't with me tonight. One-two-three won't abbott. Well say now. I have three more really rude irish curses. But i don't really wanna direct these you so you'll understand that. Thank you and it is. May you marry in haste repent at leisure. So you know no no. No no no because. I thought that you didn't want to direct it to me. Because you didn't want to hurt me was actually you protecting yourself from a girl's gotta do what a girl's got ta okay next one says. May you get the runs on your wedding night. I mean hey this happens. Do you almost every goddamn day anyways. Overmuch complain my fucking homes disease okay and one more and then well. This has already happened. i'll be done. I've already done this one. This has already happened to me. We try to say no. You're not talking to me on this. This is this is may you marry a wench. That blows wind like a stone from a sling. Yup you definitely blow in stone from a sling. Hit you with a sling in a minute. I can't believe you said about me at all the things we've said this that's the thing you can't believe you said that about me. You profess to love me. i do love you. Yeah and then we get an ear nose barden. It can here shut the door. And it's like her. No no no honestly this funny. Because i thought a lot because of my condition alive you fought a new try and you try and kind of like almost will not have happened. You don't say anything totally quiet. Look around the room as if to say. Can i blame the on anything else you know. I moved his chair. Get it be nonchalant about anger. Let me tell you something when you're sleep and i do a scrape because you bought and then you go it only different and usually it's like when paranormal activity Like the spoof paranormal activity when when you laying in bed and she birds and the blanket goes. I remember the night of oke up. Coughing was on your head. No you don't know you're brilliant. You are you woke up coughing and the cavaliers over your head and it was because you farted you giggled and then i pull the covers over you. You woke up coughing. Gonna wake up. And i fucking coughing. Yeah no all you gotta do to me. A koga my austrian. The chung morning comes. I'll be impeaches around the room or or the cork wolf layout. If i you'll be like well like you better make sure your face massing opposite direction because if the coke is aflame flight blake the blueberry in like the blueberry girl. Who won't blueberry..
"bella" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast
"Was no point other than they'll say. Well you can kiss my ring. So yeah billy goat curse on the chicago cubs chicago cubs baseball now because by the world series baseball. Yeah yes cool okay. I don't look at me now. That i've only been to one baseball game ever when you took me to. I know that and then you broke my commemorative cup. But we won't talk about that again show there's a lot of there's a law and all this other stuff in sport just like in the theater and one of the most famous was supposedly the billy goat curse this was on the chicago cubs so in nineteen forty five a tavern owner named william billy goat was reportedly prevented from bringing his pet goat. Murphy this pet goat murphy was probably an irishman as well i'll certainly goes into chicago's wrigley field to see the cubs. Play the detroit. Tigers the world series so supposedly scientists put a curse on the cubs saying that they wouldn't win this or any other world series ever again before this the cubs had only ever won the world series twice before once in one thousand nine hundred seven and the other in one thousand nine hundred eight when they lost the world series in nineteen forty five. This was the year that they were cursed. By scientists the curse gained credence in two thousand sixteen when the cubs won the i will see you for the first time in over a century. The us media promoted. The idea that curse was broken. I was gonna say as you arena. I was gonna say but they did win So well the billy goat curse is similar to the curse of the bambi. No which supposedly began when the boston. Red sox traded babe ruth in one thousand nine thousand nine hundred and ended when the team won the world series in two thousand and four. There's also rapper. Lil b's curse on seven durant which will be issued in two thousand eleven tweet and left it in two thousand and seventeen in another tweet when the golden state warriors won the nba finals that year with durant earn mvp. The sports media jokingly proclaimed that lil b had helped by lifting. The curse is interesting that you know. He lifted the curse and then You know they they then one Us quite going cincinnati..
"bella" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast
"They really are so that one that you just read there. Was it not one. New drop porter. The porta is actually a word that they used to regard as hell so when we again substitute pulse of hell may you all go to hell and not have a drop of. Hello what that doesn't make is true. That's one of the internal thirst that she's gonna have. You're gonna go to hell and have a drop a hill. That doesn't make any sense. I know but that's still leprechaun's must have been drinking a little bit too much on. Maybe actually what they're saying. I think they're talking about alcohol. They are actually. Yeah because what they said. No porter is how silly person roy okay. I got you wish to say that you wish is going to be edited. Now she it. Okay ready made. The devil had gone and again. I can't do irish action. You do it. Malcolm lucky charms. They're magically delicious just insulted a whole race of people come. i have not go on. May the devil cut the head off you and make a day's work of your neck nasty..
Mr. Chuggy and Me
"On the night live in maryland gnawing run. Okay any bella. Ready lia randomly let sorta rise to viral video. Starting on your mark get set. You guys are just standing there. Why aren't you dancing. I was waiting for go. Why are you dancing now. She said go. Hi emma or not emily. It's it's not supposed to be serious. Mean how you do. One thing is how you do everything. I've read that on a mug. You sound like my gymnastics coach the secret to winnings consistency bella. There is no try only. Where are you going. i'm going home. Perfection is its own fun ben. Emily thought you were having a sleepover. Annie's a was until she and bella decided they weren't interested in becoming the biggest social media stars of tomorrow honey. Is this about you being in charge of the dances again. You're never on my side. I'm going to my rome. Did she bring her sleeping bag back. No i guess it's my turn to go get it and i'm gonna have to make small talk with annie's parents. It's not content with my life. I just want to be perfect. What would you like leamy. Let me grab my. I'm not your father. Emily missing row. You're not my father. I never seen my dad in princess. Closer holding a one. And my dad doesn't have a beard or am your fairy godmother mr shuki.
"bella" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show
"Happy and that makes a beautiful life so until next time you'll take care i love you stay foxy you've been listening to the get foxy show with natural beauty expert. Teri fox if you have questions or would like additional information about this episode checkout get foxy show dot com or interact with us directly on get foxy showed facebook page. Thanks for listening and stay foxy..
"bella" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show
"Thank you so much for taking the time today to speak with us. You are an author and you author some pretty interesting books. The bella santini chronicles and these these books are for kids and i felt like it was important to have you on the show because You know we talk. We talk holistic health. We talk natural beauty. We talk passionate. Living and i felt like you've kind of fit the categories in passionate living and holistic health because these books are to help kids process their emotions correct. That is correct. These it is about holistic health because processing emotions is an aspect of healthy living. That really isn't doesn't have a whole lot of attention. Paid to and we need to open that discussion and and really teach people how to process their emotions when you think about so one of my. My biggest missions here is to try and reverse the child suicide rate. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for teams and underneath what the substance abuse and mental health agency says are the leading factors which would be violence in the home social isolation mental illness and substance abuse everything but mental illness has an underlying factor of emotions that are not being coped with. There's overwhelming emotions if there's violence there's overwhelming emotions with isolation and with substance abuse that is simply an escape from the emotions and so when we teach children age eight to twelve how to process their emotions. They can enter the teen years from a balanced place.
"bella" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show
"Feel free to check out our facebook page or website. And if you like what. You're hearing check us out over on. Patriots dot com join our get foxy community and become a vopin needs to vip support our show and get some insider awards. You wouldn't find anywhere else before. I introduced today's guest. We have a new sponsor here to foxy show and like the if you are a tea drinker and you are a fan of loose leaf tea. You have got to check out and light t the owner and ceo james fan. I'm expecting to interview him soon. But he has generously offered the get to show listeners. A discount of ten percent off your purchase when you use coupon code get foxy foxy twenty twenty one so get foxy twenty twenty one. We'll get you ten percent off of some amazing loose leaf teas ago. Check them out over the light. T dot com. Today's guest is author angelilli. She is the creator of the bella. Santini chronicles a fairytale aimed at children ages eight to eleven and it teaches them the importance of processing their emotions giving them tools to process these deep feelings and the book series delves into really complex topics such as child abandonment bullying sibling rivalry and good versus evil. The readers build emotional muscle and set a path of being that allows them to navigate those difficult seniors without seeing suicide as a solution to their problems. I know many of you listeners. Parents and even if you're not apparent i'm sure that you have children in your world that you care about and this series is an excellent series to help support the children in your life and i'm telling you what mom's when your kids are happy you're happy and when mama's happy everybody's happy so i am pleased to bring angela onto the get foxy show today. Move angela.
"bella" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"Walk into the baby ready to work out onto the bank. I think if she gave birth i think she gave birth many years before she made attorney. Why the baby needs to have happened. During the fact shoes is vaster. Mind behind all of this i. I like my theory. That she's like there's no there's no dodgy business going on that she was just live on a like a mother earth. She's like paul nature. She was like a reincarnation of like mother. Earth and guys. Yeah she's like guy and then she just let ronnie to. It's time for me to go into into Look into a ball. And then her body. She gave birth to a seed. The nazi group around returning to a treat. She was the seat. She is the sea to the to the tonight show. And she's the lines and mike spring of light adam and eve last so she became a tree. Her body became a trees poetic. It's not that is true. That would explain. Why does no dental records for all i. I guess i guess again will another case solve by levers another case closed we have found that bella was in fact the snake spirit geyer spur of from final fantasy. Ashi geyer is the is the is the main theme. We're in the fine fancy movie. Fancy spurs within about the guy of the earth are sending the messages women and we will know that yuna is also from final fantasy and we know that he does have crossovers so this is to make sense. She was and that's one of those dental records. She was from across crossover final fantasy world he was finally freezes universe and that was one of them were from firefighters eight so he just crossed over vice president and then there was no phone with a male. Yeah and which is like you know this this which is the black magic. That's major lasix thus majors as the place shit and the reason that the bones were gone. She no video games when you walk out room and then go back into the room. The eagles gonna. That's exactly you just like just the game. Just reloaded and she was gone and also love final. Fantasy is actually set within these kind of political war. Time zones going on this. This too much crossover. Here with final fantasy will i. This is what this is why people don't. This is why people come to us because we all get the truth was and you you you do something that no other investigators. Do you have that ability. And i mean prince us. Yeah i think that practice so thoughts facts are now file sees paul so they have ladies and gentlemen we. You have the the the conclusion to this story conclusions in america. The mystery.
"bella" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"It's probably the lisa their problems onus on the boys you know they they were there in a difficult position and they they they obviously discovered the remains of human And it's obvious disturbing discovery in it again. It should be reported to the authorities and they were poaching and illegally trespassing on that piece of land so in fear of of getting core in fear of any more trouble the boys decided to keep quiet about the skull and get the the find amongst themselves. it was a it was a silly plan to kind of keep those kind of you know because when you that yeah when you try to keep secrets that they always gets on a the the full of the remains quickly became too much for one of the the youngest boys in that group hamas willard's to keep to himself. It was too much on my god. I can't keep this to myself night. Bob la so he ended up turning his dad and he told his father of this of this secret and he told him like shortly off the route returned home so it was like it was within no time. Really heat is plotted out. Basically an after hearing his son's story of the father the next morning it's father contacted the police himself and the site of the elm was visited by the watchers the what is what. just the shaya county. Please worcestershire wenda. I can't cb's english. British names for those listening. I sound british by socal. Your will your accent like proper like proper you quick. Yeah you don cost so you you've got that kind of that twang to your voice. I kind of that would align rapists former inbred sounding the mutation creatures from the wrong. Turn me swamping turned into a monster. So any that the police they they you know they went straight to the site off the. It's father contacted them and they quickly found the skull but they also found will more remains that were in the tree so the solder score the night panicked. And then look any yeah. They didn't say anything else but they were actually other remains. That would deeper into the the hollow wool Kind of the hull and it will so tightly wedged inside the hollowed trunk that they actually had to enlist the heavy-handed help of lumberjack. To cut the of that tree out said please could actually gained access and see exactly was inside but it was weird it was like it was compressed like the remainder compressing side was the job was done however they found that they had not only the skull but also for almost a complete skeleton. How could you wet something. Not far down deepen to a exactly exactly and the mystery unravels. Will we get to the polls mystery rebels. They found some small scraps of Like rotten clothing in in nearby surrounding area and a single shoes as well then they found as well along with the bones of a seven hand which belonged to the rest of the skeleton and that was on a different different side. They found that in the area are not in. The who trace of.
"bella" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Hey guys welcome to episode three hundred and three of the dental marketer podcast. I'm your host michael and in this episode. We're talking with dr rubin a- korana she is the owner of bella vista smiles located in lincoln california and we discuss how she has been in practice ownership for about two point five years and how she bought out her partner and now she owns the whole practice and she did this during the pandemic like in the middle of it which is amazing She talks about how the location she found was more saturated than she had thought. But there's always some market for your practice even though it's saturated and that's true that's that's an interesting point. She gives us some advice about how you should. I buy your office then by your house. we talk about. When did she realize holy crap..
Pro-Cuomo rally, anti-Cuomo protests held in New York City
"Dueling rallies in new york city for and against governor andrew cuomo lindsay boylan the first woman to accuse the powerful democrat of sexual misconduct to his impeachment at a gathering in lower manhattan wall in midtown. supporters of. The governor urged him not to resign eight. Women have come forward with allegations of inappropriate behavior. The latest one of his staffers. A listen mcgrath. She accused the governor of staring making suggestive remarks and comments on her looks. She also added that. She was angry when she first heard the governor say he never did anything inappropriate now. Cuomo's lawyer responded to the times reports saying that. The governor takes photos with employees. He kisses hands and uses terms. Like shell bella but the actions calling them old fashioned. Just like the governor. His lawyer denied that there was any inappropriate. Touching sox's alex hogan in new york. The governor is also under investigation for an alleged cover-up of covid nineteen related nursing home deaths. He claims his office was transparent.
Schumer Joins Congressional Democrats' Call for New York Governor Cuomo to Resign
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