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"AP sports and Mike Reeves, the United States fell short in their World Cup knockout round match. Here's correspondent Denny cap. A pair of first half goals were enough to see the Netherlands advanced to the World Cup quarter finals with a three one win over the United States. Memphis the pie opened the scoring in the tenth minutes, slotting home a cutback from the right wing for his 43rd international goal. The second most in Dutch history, daily blend added insurance and first half stoppage time bearing across to give the Dutch a two goal cushion. The USA made things interesting in the 76th minute when Haji writes scored after an American corner, but Denzel dumfries ended the American comeback hopes when he added an 81st minute goal to his two earlier assists to seal the win. College football playoff number one ranked Georgia beats LSU 50 to 30 in the SEC championship game behind a season high four touchdown passes by stetson Bennett. When an SEC championship, I mean, there's only one of those, I mean, it's a banner, right? I mean, it's the same thing as national championship. Just a little bit smaller scale. So yeah, it was important for us. Number two ranked Michigan was a 43 22 winner over Purdue in the Big Ten championship game as Donovan Edwards rushed for a 185 yards and a touchdown. They're great TCU suffered their first loss of the season, bob Stevens has the story. Time's admirably booted a 31 yard field going overtime. Number 13 Kansas state edge third ranked TCU 31 28 in the big 12 championship game. So TCU winds up 12 and one. TCU coast sunny night says his team belongs in the college football playoffs. We went through the big 12 12 and we've been able to figure out ways to win games like this all year and you know today we weren't able to do it. And so I think we're certainly deserving. Deion Sanders is taking over his head coach at Colorado, the deal was announced by CU athletic director Rick George Sanders has been at Jackson state since 2020, where he led the tigers to consecutive southwestern athletic conference titles in hockey, the bruins beat the avalanche 5 to one to win their 14th consecutive home game to start the season. I'm Mike Reeves AP sports.
No. 1 Georgia romps into playoff with 50-30 SEC win vs LSU
"The Georgia bulldogs made easy work of LSU defeating the tigers 50 to 30 in the SEC championship game. It was the dogs quarterback stetson Bennett who led the offensive charge firing four first half touchdown passes. When an SEC championship, I mean, there's only one of those. I mean, it's a banner. I mean, it's the same thing as national championship. Just a little bit smaller scale. Georgia had 7 TDs scored by 6 different players. Kenny mcintosh had a pair of rushing touchdowns for the dogs. Garrett thus Meyer, who relieved an injured Jaden Daniels at quarterback for LSU through for two Tiger touchdowns. Gary McKinley, Atlanta
No. 1 Georgia overcomes slow start, routs Georgia Tech 37-14
"Number one Georgia got two touchdown passes from stetson Bennett and finished undefeated for the second consecutive regular season with a 37 14 decision over rival Georgia Tech, head coach Kirby smart. Great regular season for this group. They've done everything that we've asked them to do. And they only get bigger from here. Georgia Tech went up 7 nothing and kept it close ten 7 and a half. The second half was a different story, as Georgia rolled up 27 straight points to subdue the jackets. Kenny mcintosh and Kendall Milton rush were touchdowns as the bulldogs tuned up for next week's SEC championship game. I'm Jim Hart
No. 1 Georgia tops Kentucky, goes unbeaten in SEC again
"CFP number one Georgia relied on its running game under cold windy conditions earning a 16 6 victory at Kentucky Kenny mcintosh was the bulk of the bulldogs offense rushing for 143 yards on 19 carries We knew it was hard to throw the ball out there in those conditions so we just knew we needed to keep the ball on the ground and I just wanted to be all the running backs you know it was something that I was going to run and that just means when I think Mcintosh scored on a 9 yard run to put Georgia ahead 16 nothing in the third quarter The bulldogs rolled up 247 yards on the ground while stetson Bennett was 13 of 19 passing for 116 yards I'm Dave ferry
Team Gallagher: Remember, Many Trump-Backed Candidates Won
"What do you think Yuri about the idea of Donald Trump's announcement tonight as he's expected to officially proclaim he's running in 2024? You hear me? Yeah, I do. I think it's great. You know I'm a big Trump guy. You know, I've been, I was actually the one person in my group of friends that knew Trump was going to win back in 2016. And I made a few key points here that I wanted to touch upon. Sure. I'm on the air right now. Absolutely. Kevin McCullough. You're doing a great job, by the way. You're off to a great start. One, two 19 out of 16. Go back, go back, go back and say that again, because I interrupt you because I don't think you can hear me as clearly as I thought. Go ahead and say what you said again about the vote count. So in this past midterms, Trump endorsed candidates won two 19 to 16. Yep. Two 19 to 16. Also, one key race was Colorado Tennessee. Michael Bennett versus Joe O'Day. Joey was the one explicitly anti Trump Republican running and he lost. Michael Bennett was not a national player. Michael Bennett actually run for president in 2020. And he was the first guy to withdraw out of 27 Democrat candidates running. So if in my opinion, if we had a pro Trump candidate or a regular America first conservative, that seat, that Colorado Senate seat, would still be red. And one more thing, just one last thing, there's a certain push to take Trump out to push Trump out by the establishment wing of the party. They're alternatives. Don't resonate with the base as much.
Top-ranked Georgia cruises to 38-19 win at Mississippi State
"CFP number one Georgia secures a birth in the SEC title game by trancing Mississippi state 45 19 Lad mcconkey scored two touchdowns including a 70 yard run that started the second half after the bulldog Scott within 1712 Obviously it wasn't just me There's so many other guys that made some huge plays So yeah it means all three time I can make a play for a team I love villa Stats and Bennett threw for three more touchdowns It was 25 of 37 for 289 yards with two interceptions Mcconkey had 5 receptions for 71 yards in the score Mississippi state rushed for just 47 yards on 15 carries I'm Dave fairy
Skinner's 40 saves help Oilers defeat Panthers 4-2
"Tyson barrie and Stuart skinner carried the oilers to a four two win over the Panthers Barry's second goal of the day came four seconds into a power play 7 minutes into the third period Skinner turned back 40 shots for the oilers who head home following a split at their four game road trip I thought we did a great job defensively I thought we did a good job getting the pucks out and some big block shots Warren fogle and Ryan nugent Hopkins also scored for Edmonton which prevented Florida from a third straight win Sam Bennett twice for the Panthers who were closer to full health following the return of Aaron ekblad and Matthew kuchak I'm Dave ferry
Knight's 3rd career shutout lifts Panthers past Hurricanes
"Spencer knight led the Panthers to a three zero win over the hurricanes Night turned back 40 shots in his first shot out of the season and third of his career I try not to look at the how many goals they get up I think it's overrated Sometimes getting shout outs I think it's just finding a way to win He helped Florida kill off Carolina's three power plays and improved to 5 O at home this season Nick cousins opened the scoring 9 21 into the game Alexander barkov made it two zero with a power play goal midway through the third period Minutes before Sam Bennett scored into an empty net Anti Ron to stop 34 shots as the canes dropped their second straight since a four game winning streak I'm Dave ferry
Democrats Are on the Run
"Adam laksa, the next senator from Nevada, and I really pick only had to be true, in fact, last night I was on special report with Brett. Bear and Britt Hume and Mar-a-Lago and Britt he was trying to remember all the people who are winning and Adam, your biggest problem is everyone's banking the win. I don't want people to bank the win. You got to run through the tape, man. No question. I mean, look, we're blessed, we've been up in the last 9 out of the ten poles, but it is a one to two point race. And they got a great turnout machine. And so nobody better take their foot off the guy. No question that chuck Schumer and the Democrats are pouring money in literally every single day. They're pouring more money in to try to save mast cell. Am I argument last night, Adam? The fetterman catastrophe for Democrats is that it crushed enthusiasm everywhere, and it brought down the lefties like Warnock and Mandela Barnes and federman, but also brought down Cortes masto and Bennett and Murray and all the pretend moderate. They're just, they're all exposed. Their agenda has been so disastrous as anyone think they've done a good job in Nevada. Well, the bottom line is they spent $90 million trying to prop up her record and of course ran from Joe Biden and pretended like she didn't even know who he is, but that's what we're doing right now. We're in the middle of a 14 straight day, 40 plus stop bus tour and every single county of the state enthusiasm is soaring and for your Nevada listeners, Adam laksa, dot com backslash events, join us, be part of closed in this thing out.
Why You Should Support Joe O'Dea for Colorado
"So if we're going to fix elections and restore integrity to our election process, Republicans have to be in the majority. It's a chicken versus egg thing. I've got an interesting debate going with a good friend of mine, who's a big Trump supporter and he's maga all the way, and he's against Joe O'Day in Colorado. My colleague, Hugh Hewitt, says Joe O'Day is a great candidate. Joe O'Day is a moderate Republican pro abortion who said he's going to campaign against Donald Trump if Trump wants to win. I mean, wants to run in 2024. Not my idea of a great candidate. He's better than Michael Bennett, the Democrat, we got to have the, we have to have control. And Joe O'Day needs to win in Colorado. And I trust Colorado voters are going to get that. My friend says, nope, might as well go with the Democrat. He's going to be another Liz Cheney. He's going to caucus with the Democrats. What's the point? The point is Republicans will be in the majority. And I completely believe that any Republican is better than any Democrat in 2022. In order to get rid of the rhinos and in order to get rid of election shenanigans, Republicans have to be in control of the House and the Senate in the first place. We've got to be in the majority. Without that, we're doomed.
DeBrusk scores 2 as Bruins beat Panthers 5-3
"The Boston Bruins started the scoring early and never trailed as they defeated the Florida Panthers 5 three at TD garden just 21 seconds into the game bruins left winger Jake de brusque scored his first of two goals on the game's first shot In the second the Panthers tied it on Sam Bennett's first goal of the season but the bruins took the lead for good 8 minutes later on Patrice bergeron's second goal of the season in the third The bruins added golds from David pasternak Trent Frederick and de brusque second goal of the game while Linus Olmert added 37 saves Greg kedes Boston
Georgia marks return to No. 1 with 55-0 rout of Vanderbilt
"Number one Georgia rolled to a 28 zero halftime lead on the way to a 55 nothing shellacking of Vanderbilt Georgia QB stetson Bennett was on target completing 24 of 30 for 289 yards and two touchdowns Overall I'm really really happy with how we executed and how physical and tough and horrible play today Backup Carson Beck came on to throw two more touchdowns as 11 Georgia players hauled in passes Georgia suffocating defense limited Vanderbilt to a 150 total yards I'm Jim Hart
Lord Conrad Black Shares His Prognosis for Russia
"We have the mass mobilization first. I mean, since 1945, for Russia, we have the impending winter approaching and then of course the explosion of the Nord stream pipeline. There are those who think that there is a negotiated settlement. There is an off ramp that we can provide Putin. I know you've been discussing this issue closely with your fellow podcast colleagues Victor Davis Hanson and Bill Bennett. So what is your analysis of what could be done in the realms of the possible? Yeah, my analysis is a little more optimistic than victors. I agree with him that neither protagonist wants to end where it is right now. But on the other hand, they both wanted to end. And it's terribly onerous for both of them. I mean, Ukraine is suffering casualties and terrible damage to the country. And it's being supplied weapons all right. But you know when wants a war going on in their own country for very long. And in the case of the Russians, and it's obvious there are terrible problems in the Russian armed forces. There's a very high desertion rate. There's great public discontent that have heavy casualties. It's over a 100,000, which would be more than 200,000 in the United States. And they're not getting anywhere. And I think Putin is sort of set out his stall what he would settle at if he could take the four provinces to the purports completely spuriously to a bad next with their approval. But I think you could get something there if there was a real referendum and you redesigned the borders of congressional redistricting. You managed to carve out something around the areas of people who actually voted that they would rather be rushed and then Ukrainian. And you give him that and that's all he gets. And you tell zelensky that you're not you, in this case, being NATO is not prepared to pay for more, but you get an absolute guarantee of Ukraine in its revised borders. And this for the first of several times, all of the people guaranteeing Ukraine's borders, including Russia and all of NATO have to honor their word.
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Dave ferry top ranked Georgia had to come back from ten points down on the fourth quarter to beat Missouri 26 22 Stetson Bennett engineered two late touchdown drives that ended with one yard runs And in the end we found a way Second ranked Alabama lost Bryce young to a shoulder injury in the second quarter of a 49 26 win over number 20 Arkansas Head coach Nick Saban says the reigning Heisman Trophy winner sprained the AC joint in his throwing shoulder He's had these before and in a few days he starts to respond pretty well So we just have to see how it goes and play a day to day Backup Jalen milrow led the crimson tide to touchdowns in his first two drives to open a 28 zero lead Mayan Williams led third ranked Ohio State to a 49 ten trouncing of Rutgers running for a career high 189 yards and 5 touchdowns Misses a blessing just wanted to give a big shout out to the O line tight ends of our receivers for making that happen for me 5th ranked Clemson won a top ten matchup by defeating number ten NC state 30 20 Other top ten winners were Michigan southern Cal and Oklahoma state Number 7 Kentucky felt at number 14 old miss 22 19 Baseball and the braves lead the NL east by one game following their second straight win over the second place mets four to two Kyle Wright worked 5 innings for his major league leading 21st win A lot of defense kind of built me out tonight I'm getting the runs and we needed it and then the bullpen they were fantastic The Phillies opened a one game lead for the third NL wild card by splitting two in Washington while the brewers were losing to the Marlins four to three Kyle schwarber hit two of the Phil's 5 home runs in an 8 two route in the nightcap Obviously the First Amendment goes the way that we wanted to go You know that was kind of this the biggest message is there's still a game to be played tonight and we got to enjoy it The Padres beat the White Sox 5 two to each closer to an NL playoff birth Aaron judge remains stuck on 61 home runs but Nestor Cortez tossed one hit ball over 7 and a third innings to carry the Yankees to an 8 zero rat of the Orioles I'm Dave ferry AP sports
No. 1 Georgia rallies from 10 down to beat Missouri 26-22
"Top ranked George's scored a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to pull out a victory at Missouri 26 22 The bulldogs trailed 22 12 before going on a ten play 75 yard drive capped by Kendall Milton's one yard plunge with 9 39 remaining And ensuing 68 yard drive ended with a one yard run by dejan Edwards with four O three remaining Stetson Bennett was held without a scoring pass while throwing for 312 yards Mazouz Brady cooked through for 192 yards in a score and Cody Schrader had 89 yards on just 6 carries I'm Dave ferry
No. 1 Georgia could be falling after 39-22 win over Kent St
"George's number one status is in jeopardy after the bulldog settled for a 39 22 home win against Kent State The dogs had three turnovers struggled in the red zone were burned on a fake punt and were prone to allowing big plays Stats and Bennett threw his first interception of the season though he did score on a one yard dive Give them credit you know they've got a bunch of seniors in their difficulty but interception fumble drop hunt just can't Brock Bauer scored two more touchdowns including a 75 yard burst on the second play from scrimmage Bowers has 5 TDs in his last two games I'm Dave ferry
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Dave ferry and it was smooth sailing for the nation's top 5 college football teams head coach Kirby smart watched his top ranked Georgia bulldogs role to a 48 7 win over South Carolina Bulldogs QB stetson Bennett threw for two TDs and ran for another Number two Alabama had an even easier time Crushing Louisiana Monroe 63 7 the tides price young through for three touchdowns and rushed for another CJ strapped through for 5 touch dances third ranked Ohio State clobber Toledo 77 21 Blake quorum tied a school record with 5 touchdown runs his number 5 Michigan blue out Connecticut 59 zero 5th ranked Clemson toppled Louisiana tech 48 20 Baseball and the mets still lead the NL east by a game over the braves Chris Bassett tossed 6 solid in exist New York B Pittsburgh 5 to one Eduardo Escobar hit a three run Homer for the amazings Ronald Acuna junior hit a two run Homer and had four RBIs for Atlanta in a four three one over the Phillies I'm Dave ferry AP sports
Bennett, No. 1 Georgia's D steamrolls South Carolina 48-7
"Georgia coasta two 48 7 rout of South Carolina the bulldogs first game since unseating Alabama is the number one team Stetson Bennett was 16 of 23 for 284 yards and two touchdowns leading scoring drives on 8 of the dogs first 9 possessions Ben also had a scoring run Tight end Brock Bowers had 5 catches for 121 yards and two scores He also ran for a TD Spencer Rattler got off just three deep balls with two of them picked off He didn't play in the fourth quarter and was 13 of 25 for 118 yards I'm Dave ferry
"bennett " Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Welcome back to one. live radio. Everyone this is bernadette with junior in the mix and to won- bennett. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas and iheartmedia as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk We are talking about the benefits of being friends before partners with dewan bennett..
"bennett " Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Everyone and welcome back to one life radio. This is bernadette wig. Junior in the mix and john bennett. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk. We're talking with john bennett about the benefits of being friends before partners. Okay so so Doin- what would most people prefer to be swept off their feet romantically..
"bennett " Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Top experts in the world on vitamin c. And the power of it. I encourage you to get his book. And i don't have it in front of me right now. But he actually wrote a book about how you can kill viruses with vitamin c. Like an ogre. Yeah no one it's real. It's real science. I'll check it out. Look at burn. I say look burns always on the show. I'll be honest and let people know. Hey even though. I'm a therapist. I get a little anxious time. You know nothing wrong with it now multiple time. I still expose myself to that. 'cause i try to work myself through being ancient in those situations but yeah i love how honest you are and i think that's why you're so popular people love it when you're on the show dewan for a reason you know you. Just you're just a cool guy. And i love your honesty. I really do. And i wish more people were more honest like that. Think our world would be a better place degree degree junior. Oh yes for sure. Yeah no. I love it. You know. I love this topic today to Talking about the benefits of being friends before partners. Let me introduce you. Because i didn't give your bio yet. So do on. Bennett is a licensed professional counselor with two master's degrees and over twelve years of counseling experience. He currently has his own practice. Dewan bennett counseling and dallas texas. He believes that the key to mental and behavioral success is the ability to master self-awareness and emotional control. You can find on instagram at d. dot bennet underscore counseling or his website. D bennett counseling dot com. I would love to have you as my therapist i would. I just love like. I said your honesty and your candor and you're so smart to like you're really really a great therapist so let's talk about this the benefits of being friends before partners. This is an article from psychology today that we pulled so do on. How many romantic relationships start from friendships. You gotta think about it. A lot of them start from friendships. Obviously you know a lot of research shows back. The number one way in which people are meeting their partners is their meeting. Do friendship so when you look at it you think about. Who are the people that know you the best your friends and so they're going out for you you know kind of like the inter- you gave me which was very nice by the way you when you know people you could speak highly of them you can speak on and i think when you have friends who know of a friend that seagal and they have another friend that they feel like hey those would be a match. Those are ways in which people are meeting. So i think the fact that you see people meaning you know relationships from friends or as friends being friends knowing each other going to high school together college. I think you're seeing that -nificant amount of relationships are being built through those early early friendships and people prefer. Yeah well i think it's important to be. Your lover should be like one of your best friends. Maybe not your feelings about it because you know it's it's a complex subject. It really is for a lot of different reasons. Depending upon how you broach it but junior. What are your thoughts. You have anything going on the that you wanna share. I think being friends i is. I mean at work for me. I i can't speak for obviously every relationship for me and my wife. That's what we did we have. Let's see we dated for two years. We were age for two years and then we got married and she were hot for her. The whole time admitted. Oh yes i mean. You weren't really friends for her. But yeah but yeah. I mean i i did but i wouldn't call it an agenda..
"bennett " Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Together right. Yes it does right. I mean i think too. Often we focus on the twenty percent of the problem. I said of the eighty percent of the solution in the eighty percent of this lucius. Hey at on this thing. Eighty percent of we agree on. What what we're what. We're what the issue is. We agree on. Its the twenty percent. That's causing us to be in a conflict that can start a war. Start war that we have to be able to focus on well and say you know embrace one another. We have to learn to love one another. We're gonna live on this earth together and try to learn to love other people like you do yourself or your own family and realize that everyone out. There is struggling right. I mean so many people just there. They have tunnel vision you. They don't try to understand what other people to shoes that they have to walk in. Well i think there's always a narrative that can be spent. I think the problem is you have people who are professional disruptors. Their job is so when you have people who are professional disruptors when we do have common ground someone always tries to find a way to disarm the when we starting to be passionate about people when we start to have an understanding of how certain things can help other people's even though it helped me there's always somebody that's gonna say will hold on now. Well that person's getting this. Why aren't you getting the same thing. And that disruptor is always going to be the problem when we're trying to find common ground In situations and i blaming the media you know. I told you earlier in the in the in the broadcast that the friend of mine that i was talking to was listening to the latino You know media last night. Put instilling all this fear about vaccines and now the flu. Oh my god the flu shot. You gotta go get that now too you know. And she was saying they they inflict an tried to instill all this fear you know and just all the things zaidi and everybody who is out there watching and she said it was kind of funny because she went from that and then she had to run to target some store and everybody in the store was like happy. They were on mass. They were getting along. Some people were massed. Some people weren't but they were all there together and all this all this fear and anxiety and hysteria was not it didn't it. It wasn't where she was outside of her television. You know and so we have to remember that. I really do believe if we want to reduce conflict. We need to turn off our televisions more if not forever unless it's football of course right well. I think that unfortunately you know the problem again with conflict is right. We talked about the disruptor so the news disruptors is are people who benefit from conflict disruptors. Because i think the reason we have so many issues one. I mean you talked about people being sheep and i did information for themselves but i really think that there are again factors out there. That are attention keeping people apart because it's profitable for them well yeah audible to to instill fear in people well and you you know. We're we're sheep but we're not because we're it's it's natural and you're supposed to trust your government. You're supposed to trust your doctors. You're supposed to trust your spouse but you know when when someone feels like they. They can't do that. There's no trust there. The trust has been broken you you you have to ask questions right especially when it comes to your health. And i'm not conveying what i really wanna say. The thoughts aren't coming out Well but the words aren't from the thoughts that are going through my mind but we need to embrace one another and respect one another like you said it to reduce con Reduce conflict and i. I'm not getting my words out properly. No bird which i agree. I think that you should question. You should ask questions right understanding. Get a sense of how you feel about it. But yeah i think that once you've gotten enough information just because a person went somewhere else got a different information. That shouldn't be the issue that that says. Hey where you're on one side of the fence. I'm on another side of it because that we can work together. Well hold on. How about we make this better for everyone to straddle dispense like we create a fit where majority of people can go there. And i think sometimes in conflict kind of went number five is embodied the coaches you want to maintain in this resolution. Right able to be mindful of how you want to show up to a. If you're going to an issue an argument with your spouse. I want to be calm. I want to be reserved. And i want to be a listener. So checking yourself in how you show up to a conflict can make a big difference in ability to get to a resolution right well and i guess what i wanted to say too. Was that just because if you're a sheep okay so to speak. That just means that you're trusting and there's nothing wrong with that you should be able to trust Like i said the government and and doctors and stuff like that but there are questions surrounding this cove. Nineteen it's okay to ask questions. That's how you get discovery right. I mean we used to think that cigarette smoking was okay. We learned that it wasn't. I mean there's a lot of other examples out there. That are very very similar to this whole kobe. Nineteen mass and we should question. We should but i'm looking at the clock. We're going to run out of time. The final stop In this five steps to conflict reduction is to embody the emotions that you want to maintain is another way of saying. Control your emotions. That's so important isn't it. Yeah and it's about where we discussed is like being mindful of your your emotions. Any situation. you there. We have a vestments and sometimes with those investments. There's triggers there are certain. Hurt that we've experienced in pass that are associated with our decisions so we have to understand when we're going into a situation. Hey this person may feel the same way that i feel about this issue. Because they don't have the same hurt associated with it. They don't have the same pain point in so i need to make sure that if they discredit me if they cut me off and i'm not getting out of line and i'm not getting too angry too emotional that i'm trying to leave the conversation forward and being able to do that can make a big difference in our ability to resolving. Yeah no i agree. And i love talking about this You know the the music's gonna start hearing about a minute. But i think you know it's it's really important that we that we talk about this openly. I don't know if you have any final comments a junior. You wanna make or one. But i think we've got about thirty seconds. I liked everything i heard. I mean it. It's funny that we talked about this. I'm literally dealing with everything that we've been talking about. You know so yeah. Yeah it was good to hear this. I'm just. I'm not good with conflicts. And i'm learning to deal them better. And so yeah. This is good to hear everything today. Yeah and i always like to you know. Doin- use the four agreements. Don't take things personal because you don't want somebody else going through like we. We already talked about it. You know but people go through all kinds of things and you know and who's got time to you know to a lot of people don't have time to read they don't. It's not their job to investigate or journalism right to find out what's the truth or not so we have to be mindful of that and be more i think accepting and loving and kind to one another. That's my final state doin anything else. You got about ten seconds. Somebody loves somebody. We grow too complex. I love it. I love it and i love you too on ben. It always great to have you on the show. You can find on instagram at d. Dot bennet underscore counseling. And you know what we gotta go you get one body you get one mind and you get one life. Get out there today and make a difference..
"bennett " Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Everyone welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette. Junior in the mix and dewan bennett. we are broadcasting. Live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as am e. t. in southern california on. Abc news talk. We're talking about the five steps to conflict reduction so how you know how are conflicts destructive for a relationship or a friendship. I think there they can be very destructive. Burn when we are not going to change our opinions when we are not willing to you other opinions when we are stuck on being right and we're not looking for a win win. Much of being the conflict is about okay. I would like to be i to be well so when our goal golden that is simply to hurt the person or simply to wayne are supposed to be right. Those complex are not constructive. They're going to be super getting some such resolution. Yeah it's the beginning of the broadcast said something about conflict or that conflict can be positive at times. And so how is it. How is how is conflict. Ever-positive i think can be very positive. Burn because i do think in life you have people who have three opinions. And i think i need to understand if me and you are making a decision together birds if we are business partners and you believe that our business should be set up in downtown. And i believe our business should be be set up in frisco but that's a conflict but i understand why you believe that i need you understanding when you bring your body your information about the having more walkup customers and things of that nature now because of our conflict. I've been able to grow in my thinking in my believing and things of that nature in and to be honest. Some of policies and rules and regulations are created through conflict that allow people to see how to get the best of both worlds Well especially in business with partnerships. I don't recommend them personally. But you know they. They typically don't work but one of the reasons they don't work is because there's not enough conversation ahead of time and they don't have the right partnership agreement and things aren't explicitly written down and agreed upon because you know when it comes to conflict. Those are all things that matter right. Even if you're entering a marriage of any kind of partnership or even with your children do you have to communication you know. Communication is the key to success. Everybody says it. Everybody knows it but it truly is. Isn't it dewan burn. But why don't we use it right. We know we we know this. Why don't we choose to communicate. Why do we struggle and communicating with people. How we feel well. Let's there are several reasons. I think sometimes we may have a belief but are we confident enough in that believed to articulated that. There's always a fear of being invalidated right. I think we put ourselves out there and we communicate with someone and one of the worst things that can happen. Is somebody not listened to you. Somebody not give you that space to communicate. So i think sometimes it's not just as simple as people don't know what to do. I think there's a lot of other factors that getting away but communication is key. We can't solve problems without communicating couples in in relationship counseling when they come in my office and they have problems. I say well if you're if you never gave your spouse and opportunity to fix the problem that's your. You never communicated to them that there is a problem that there is a conflict so technically you never gave them the opportunity to fix it so i think the lack of communication keeps us from really growing in the right direction. Yeah because you you hold it all in and then you're gonna blow right junior you. We've talked about this. Isn't that one of your issues that you like cold stuff in okay. I i'm trying to learn. Communication is kind of issue is yeah especially with me and my wife. It's like sometimes. I feel like she should just know what i'm thinking. I don't know why i mean and it's like no. You actually have to verbally. Tell her what i mean. So yeah communication's definitely. Has she ever told you. I'm not a mind reader. No she really she just gives me. This look like really. You're going to tell you got some more here like what's what's it. Where's this coming from. You know so okay. So how do we fix that one. What do you want to say to junior. I think that we talked about like those covert contract right. Those uncommunicative expectations that sometimes can hinder relationships. And it's not that I don't believe it. I don't have a feeling is that i never dedicated. And so now. There's an expectation that a person knows what to do. And you never communicated and that's where the mind reader comes in. Oh my read. Or how did i know. I think like writing things down. Sometimes when we struggling communicating writing things down. Maybe i express it verbally. But maybe i can write it down and like you said earlier. Burn okay we wrote it down. We discussed we discussed it. What was the solution that we agree to agreed upon. Let's write it down so we can remember that. Hey this is kind of with the conclusion that we came to. We're on the same page. And so i think being able to make sure your intentional in your conflict is important. Attention on your distribution your conversations and. I think that resolved a lot of the problems. I had a flashback to being in high school when we were talking about communication. I don't know why this popped into my head. But i i don't know if either one of you probably didn't do this because it was just like a girl thing but we would read each other's notes and you see each other in the hall and you slip it in your pocket. This was before self and do that. Did you do that. We used to roll them up in the little league. Basically like how you would fold the flag like in a triangle. We would like kind of slide them across the florida or front friends in the classroom. Since oh my gosh and did you ever do doina. I'm thinking you might be just tnc bit too. Young for that am i wrong. Oh no no. I did the same thing. I mean. he didn't follow up. We didn't we didn't make the fancy flags kinda mimics it like was a field goal. Yes with our finger. We would do that but we would. Just write the note balled up in a paper in like throw it active person. I'd turn around real quick. I'd have you. I haven't thought about that and years. So have you guys like you. That's like a lost art writing notes. Tell my kids about it. Actually i was telling my kids about stuff like that a couple of weeks ago and i was telling her even mike. How used to ask a girl out you know. Ready note circle yes or no and my my wife was like. You're making yourself sound so old right now. She's like don't care. And i'm i'm just letting them know what it was like before technology. We'll someday they'll you know what you're creating memories that they never forget. Trust me on that. I treasure all the memories. I have of of all my loved ones that i've lost especially my mom and my dad and all of his stories but you know i'm enjoying this this content so much you guys. If you're just now joining us where on the air with dwayne bennett talking about the five steps to conflict Re- reduction which is something. We all need right now. My goodness there's so much conflict out there there really is so do on. What's the first thing to do after you realized that you are in a conflict with someone should you. You know. I'm one that believes even. If you're right right or wrong you apologize quickly for whatever.
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"Hello look at long podcast. I'm excellence came here with my co hosts. Aaron lamour and evan ratliff. Gentlemen hello it's a giant asea. Both greetings greetings. Max who do you have on the program aired. I genuinely uninformed about this fact the fact is i talked to roger bennett who is probably best known as the host of men in blazers which is a soccer podcast. It's also now a tv show but he is also a writer and he just wrote a memoir is called reborn in the usa. An englishman's love letter to his chosen. Home roger is from liverpool and he grew up a young jewish boy in liverpool dreaming of america wanting to be american being obsessed with everything american particularly sports and he manifested his dreams. He moved to america married. An american got american kids and the book is about that whole process. He's he's just wonderful to talk to actually like truly inspiring guy. The also say is hosting a podcast. That comes out in a couple of weeks. That is podcast for band of brothers and he interviewed all those folks until we talked about that a little bit too. I'm glad you did this interview. Because if i had done this interview basically all the questions would have been about teams and countries and how they play and you probably got a little more into what his actual career and background is. Maybe i'm not sure that's totally true. Basically there's to this interview could go. We could ask one of the world's foremost experts on a sport about that sport or just ask him about his feelings for forty five minutes. And then i chose the latter. That's our podcast. Which is produced in partnership with. Vox thanks to. Vox check out. All of the great shows that are on the fox network and now. Here's max with roger bennett roger..
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"bennett " Discussed on Fresh Air
"Tony bennett on duke. Ellington song solitude. We'll hear more of terry's interview with bennett after a break. This is fresh air support for this. Npr podcast and the following message. Come from hot wire with hot wire staying in hotels. You didn't think you could afford is the whole idea because why put a cheap hotel when you could book expensive hotel for cheap download the hot wire app and book beyond your wildest means all bookings final this message comes from npr sponsor total wireless which helps you stay connected and turn your experiences from two amazing with the best devices network and savings. When you move to total wireless you can get an unlimited plan. Starting at twenty five dollars a month that includes five g. available in twenty seven hundred plus cities capable device and sim required terms and conditions at total wireless dot com. We're listening back to terry's nineteen ninety. Eight interview with tony bennett. last week. it was announced. He's retiring from performing. He's ninety five. Did you have personal relationships. A lot of songwriters. Yes i did. Harlan was my very favorite. And i never met the appropriate. But how telling me that. Poverty was the best lyric writer that ever lived in era with everyone. I regret when met. I reduce when he was fantastic but had personal relationships with sammy. Cahn jimmy van. Using and check siegel allen mental bergman. Did anybody write songs especially for you. I know you were often asked to be the first person to record assam. Johnny mercer road. I wanna be around forty. That's an interesting story. You wanna tell it. Well it's a wonderful story in a city. That was a fan in In youngstown. Ohio a emitter. The songwriter and she wrote i wanna be around the pick up the pieces when somebody breaks your heart. She wrote a fan letter. Johnny mercer and See said johnny. This sounds like something you would right. She said and so he got such a kick out of it. He wrote the song finished it and gave her fifty percent of the song and sadie would. After the song was a hit she would send me cards from all over from paris from russia from From england and say. Thanks so much. Tony she was. She took vacations all over the world.
"bennett " Discussed on Fresh Air
"Tony bennett. He returned to fresh air in nineteen ninety-one. He told terry about growing up in a story. A queens in about his brother who was a musical prodigy. he was A very wonderful opera singer. They call them the little crew so he was thirteen and sang solo spots in the metropolitan opera and Did radio shows in those days That was the highest ratings. The shows with big and he was always a guest of artist on very big radio shows and and We all loved opera in my home..
"bennett " Discussed on Fresh Air
"Nineteen fifty s. Tony bennett with the count. Basie orchestra can i ask you. What attracted you to this song philadelphia. It was at the. Would dave do chefs latin casino. And that's the first time base united gotten together. I think it's the first time a sing got got together with basie and and we covered all kinds of kinda tunes and this is a very special album because it was unforgettable. We recorded it at starting at twelve o'clock at night and we finished at eight in the morning. We did the whole album one night etiquette among singers about who records what toon and let could anyone record. I left my heart and san francisco after you recorded at. How many years did it take until someone was able to make a recording of that in the early fifties. When i recorded there was still a semblance of Ethics you know because if net cold had a recording you just left it alone if found your own and it was quite a challenge because He'd come up some pretty good records if if one looks to see what other people are recording. And there's certain songs you don't touch the only person i think. Now who would be in the same league with you would be sinatra. Would would you be paying attention to what other people were recording seeing. What was there well who you know. It's if someone comes up with a a nice song there's a new field. They could do i to me. There is a game and the game is to to make it your own number somehow even if you have to change the temple. A little has someone. That's sinatra's doing a tune that's a ballad but you like it very much you could swing it or if there's a swing tune that could turn into a ballot. It said that it becomes your interpretation your way of doing it. So there's a little originality. I'm very interested in people that are individuals rather than all doing the same thing. What makes a song right for you to sing. I mean you you have a wonderful repertoire. And your interpretation of certain songs have really made me hear them in a way. I i haven't before How do you know that song as one that you want to sing. What are you look for. Well something i've experienced sometimes. It just migrate over to like what's what's autobiographical unconsciously. I just find something. I said my god. I've i've experienced that. I've lived that at this happened to me and the it could be humorous. It could be a dramatic at it could be smooth and cool. You never know which way it's going to come from. But what. I really look for is kind of craftsmanship and a song. Someone who's really musically knowledgeable and and combines it with great words so that it meshes and i like to concentrate on interpretation on interpreting songs. Let the player selection from the first album he recorded with bill evans. So we'll be together again so what we're going to hear. How did this come to be well. the great jazzing any ross. Is the a friend of mine and She suggested it. She's the one who said doing with bill evans and bill niwa net one. Another in london at ronnie scott's club and we just started talking about it thinking about it it very happy experience because he told me to keep you know popular artists have a lot of cronies around them and he said keep all the cronies home he said. And just lets you. And i go up to san francisco on for three or four days just record an album and it was such a a terrific experience. Because he's the kind of guy Just my own is kind of gravitate to imerese rebel Bill evans and i could listen to them all day without without feeling like i was over fed or anything that want to change it i could put his music on just as piano playing. And listen to it all day and i find it very peaceful and very very Good for solitude and in thinking of creative ideas. I hid here bill. Eleven and i just My mind Just Triggers off into a creative process. I like it very much. Did you have to talk about each other's music much before you started to actually play together with anything. You really had to work out well. We had an admiration society. Go and he'd liked the way i sang. I love the way he played in. And then we the only kind of conversations we had about that word just What songs we both agreed that we liked very much. And then he would work for two or three hours In the studio on the production of another and we sketch it out. Let's do let's start here. Let's do this surprise. It's blend over here. And and then after two or three hours when we felt we had kind of production on a number we said. Let's try one. We do that for three days. We did that for three days on both albums and it was wonderful thing because it was just the engineer and his manager helen keane who was the producer and bill and that was the it was nice and intimate very relaxed and Ajoy to do. I love the sound that we're about to hear we'll be together again. Can i ask you why you chose this one. What what are the nicest guys i ever met in the music. Business was called fisher. Who is an accompanist. For frankie laine. Whose american indian and one person who met me before i was popular just encouraged me to keep singing and he wrote you've changed another great standard. His very very talented talented man. And that's the reason that. I i liked the song that much. Plus the fact that billie holiday made it in an album called lady in satin and very influenced by billie holiday. Well let's this recording of. We'll be together again with my tony bennett singing accompanied by pianist. Bill evans No not no fee. Remember there's oh us too mom who. So what if we have to be together You occur your sma a treasure forever. Thinking with your will be together When i know you be lonesome.
"bennett " Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Access to something like a rain are into to celebrate engagement so i think this was a very cool idea and you can hear the show also lease enjoy this episode and please come see me tour feeling no no no careless. I always have guessed introduce themselves. Would you introduce yourselves sure. I'm jonathan bennett. And this is my fiance. Say your name baby on that. Say out breathing out so they can hear your name. What is your name. Babe james von there. We go so far. It's going great. Yeah it is going great. This is ideal. Because i'm really feel like i'm really capturing something of your dynamic in the the reality between two you are engaged. You're engaged. we are engaged thing. Love that joke. 'cause we're gay and we're engaged sure yet so we're get. Let me explain the joke for you. In case you didn't get i so good good do guy nail i follow. Nailed it very. Yeah jonathan you had kind of a big year. It feels like to me. I'm just an outsider. Looking at your life does that feel true to you. Yeah i mean this is ben. it's not only a big year but super special year like it's just been there so many groundbreaking things that have happened in the past year with us and with just clear visibility in the media and it's been such a. It's almost like when it rains. It pours like we didn't set out to do any of these things but all of a sudden things started happening. And it's kinda snowballed into this movement that we're just so proud of you wouldn't tell me a little bit more about that about some things that happened free this year. Yeah well i think it started. Well it started with our engagement with our engagement in november So sorry and how did how did that happen. Well when do people love each other very much they One of them decides to ask the other person to spend the rest of their life with that. So really how it happens. By the way that just f- way how it happened for me in my second marriage. Is that my spouse walked in on me looking at rings and we because i'm until all the time she saw what was going on and then we decided to propose to each other so i just want to say oh no. That's very true that somebody has a giant planet can also however. It's true that you both loved each other very much so that we all start at the beginning and so we got engaged and then after that we did a month i think less than a month our engagement. I was the first same sex couple in same sex kiss in a hallmark christmas movie which was a huge deal in so exciting and such is proud moment for the community such a coup in the story the way they told the story i thought was absolutely perfect in. They did everything right. And then on top of that we only back you up real quick. I i think that whole week of his life was a blur because it was all one week. Oh it was the same week we. I had planned to propose to him during that week. I didn't realize that's when the hallmark movie was gonna air. And i was going to be the first same sex storyline and the hallmark with kissing. And so it was like. Oh no i don't wanna step them babies moment of that happening with hallmarks so i had to figure out the schedule. Summa coordinating with the publicist for hallmark. I need to know exactly when this is happening when you have for that. Because i want to bleed into that so actually ended up proposing after that movie so the movie came out is really the movie came out and then i waited four days. So ultra die down. And then i propose when i originally was gonna propose on. The saturday ended up. It wasn't like a wednesday because the one that you had that moment marrying him that want to break that down a little bit. The it is a huge deal that first of all. I got a text. I did receive a text from my mother about your movie. She's very excited. Yes yeah she was very excited. I actually i love hallmark. And also. Maybe i can't and other even other holiday movies i think channels that we don't speech channels that.
"bennett " Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Right this week. A woman in moscow didn't suffer any injuries when the trustfall she was doing with her boyfriend went wrong and she blanked and she fell feed off the russian grand canyon. No fell forward into a stream video of the incident. You can see the woman standing with their arms out ready to be caught by her boyfriend waiting behind her unfortunately instead of falling backwards she leaned forward in tipped right into a stream so the trustfall didn't so much go wrong as go opposite. Bill how did pala do very well. She had five right ten more points. She has twelve and the lead. Okay here you are up next. Fill in the blank on tuesday. The supreme court left the cdc's moratorium on blanks in place. Evictions right state. Department officials announced wednesday that us issued blanks will now offer a third gender option passports right fearing further collapse. Rescue operations for the condo in blank. Were suspended this week. Miami right in a dissent justice. Kagan called the supreme court's decision to uphold arizona's restrictive blank laws quote tragic goning laws right this week. A man in new jersey parallel parking. His car accidentally drove onto the curb and into blank into the arms of his muscle. No into the front of a driving school on tuesday former defense secretary blank died at the age of eighty eight rumsfeld right this week. A driver.
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"This is wait. Wait. don't tell me the npr news quiz. I'm bill curtis. We're playing this week. With peter. Paula poundstone and christel alonzo and here together share guest host. The peter segal might want to note brought cookies for every three. Thank you bill joy in just a minute. Bill gets some rhyme medial education in our listener limerick challenge. If you'd like to play give us a call at one. Eight eight eight wait wait. That's one eight eight nine. Two four eight nine two four but right now panel time for you to answer some more questions about the week's news. Peter the new fast and furious movie fast nine or f. Nine is a huge hit. It broke the post pandemic box office record and the new york times film critic really only had one complaint. What was it that he was at made to watch it. See i'll give you a hint. You wanna hand helen. Mirren and vin diesel sitting in a tree. He his complaint was that their data in it or he wanted to see them. Go yes peter. You're right helen. Mirren and vin diesel to kiss dame helen mirren dame vin diesel but star prompting. New york vin diesel. Excuse me prompting new york times. Film critic kyle buchanan to demand quote. They must kiss. he even asked mirren about it. Her response was quote. Yes have you all seen any of these movies. In this franchise. I was a big fan. Of the i like to three ones and then i don't understand why we saw. How can we keep driving. They loss is our they keep driving. Now they're running errands like i think. That's what nine is just running errands right now. It's like one of them is going to be like over drivers. Yes you know what i especially. Don't like about the fast and furious movies is that they don't use their blinkers makes you drive with my on for quite a while. And then when i realized on i sorta overreact and i pushed the stick up too far and then it makes other blinker. Go on and then. I went back on the other side and so basically. It's like left blinker. Rightwing go left lincoln right-winger and that is a signal. What it says is. Don't drive near me paula. A new study in the journal of career assessment looked at kids dream jobs and concluded that we should be telling our kids not to do. What a gimme hint. Maybe you know live practically. They're not they're not gonna be rich. They're not going to be singers and not follow their dreams. Most kids aspired to jobs. That are incredibly difficult to obtain so parents should be teaching their children to consider multiple options to quote. Shoot for the moon but have a backup plan so they can land in the stars yet not by being an astronaut because almost no one becomes an astronaut right. All the responsibility to lower expectations shouldn't just be carried by parents right. We we need a disney song. That's like i want to work in retail much longer than expected late. Not shift at denny's late night shift to denny's which work in the song like onstage singing and in their head they're like i wanna work at knees. I don't know about you peter. I know. I know you have a kid every night. I read to my kids. That great book. Oh the uber. She'll dr alexander and the terrible horrible no good very bad every day. Green eggs and ham. What do we eat them anyway..
"bennett " Discussed on Office Ladies
"That's the point of the show was and a lot of television shows. They are presenting a heightened version of reality An idealized version of how a mom actually dresses right. Actionable input together at drop off as opposed to how i look drop off right and you know. I think like our show was begging for the kind of work that you did on it. And it's what it needed. are it. Well we we just love every single ounce of this information like it's just so wonderful but carried. You have any memories that you would wanna share about your time on the office something. Maybe we haven't covered here. Oh my gosh For me it was like kind of this undoing of everything. I knew in the sense that And actually really this. I have a great story that started really from the pilot. Because as you do you do when you're trying to get a show off the ground you do a lot of fittings we have a lot of fitting pictures and you're kind of looking at what works and then you're sort of you know. Each scene is like a painting really and they get all the all the players have to work together in and for me is kind of just visually putting the pictures together and making it all work color wise. If there's a pattern raising so on the pilot we were all bustling around. You know it was trying to get first shot and there was all this helminen. Han about stuff and some costumes got changed Kind of at the last minute ruling that those will be better so when everybody appeared on set and we were doing. The last looks which the special thing about the office was. This is a big part of my undoing. Was there was no. You can't stand there and watch and fix. We weren't allowed on the set hair makeup. Were not allowed. The set was close. We would see you put there and hope for the best and that was huge. Because we're usually scanning when you see things on tv usually standing right there like getting fixing it so everybody had got come to the set and ken compass. Our director was there. And i'm saying accent. I'm just observing. And i go. Oh my god. There are three people. Three guys are wearing white shirts. Like i never in my career with that you always kind of mix mix up the colors on like only god. We hold on. i got i got. I need to fix something. There's three wearing white shirts is crazy. I never do that and can literally stopped me. He goes because this bothers you. It's correct and i was like but right it's pergamon doesn't proving right and that was like there was so huge that carried me through the whole thing because i would from there on out. I would set the racks. You know there was three days in scripts. I would said these huge racks. Everybody's costumes would sort of have like as you do as a trained designer would kind of be like well this one of the blue show the blue day and this is kind of green day. Just the things would work together. And everybody would look harmonious. And i would set those three racks and then i would literally just take like angeles costumes and just go. Just just flip them. Just mix it and even though it was still to this day makes me feel a little sweaty. You do your design and it would be perfect and it would have the color harmony purposely. Just mess it up. Yes and usually like a now. We have the office and here we are. I think what our listeners one of the things we would want to share with you guys on normal shows between scenes. Everyone comes flooding in to the actor hair and makeup. You have like five set of hands on you. Maybe there's someone adjusting your mic. Maybe wardrobe is fixing the bow on your shirt and then here and makeup is getting rid of weird little fly away here and powder your nose and this all happens instantly. It's like it's like the pit car at a race site. Bring the car in and like all these people around it up and then they hop out and then you're back on camera. That never happened on the office. Never and so. I remember one time. We were like for lunch. And i was leaving and i guess a few of my buttons. I had one of those shirts. Oh my god that had thirty. And i guess a few at the neck had come open and you're like how long were those open. I was like. I don't know if you're like no gay. I guess that's what that's gonna look like. I wish i knew your process all those years ago. I think i wouldn't have bugged you for a cuter blouse. But it's just so wonderful to hear how you shape the show. You are so smart. You're so good at your job and the world of the office has a lot to thank you for your one of the visionaries of the show and it's pretty damn cool. Yeah well i think so. I mean i you know. It's so funny. Because i was so young and i was just my process and thank you for for honoring it recognizing it all these all these years later. I just kinda did my did my job. We all did you all so into it. And now we're all old and jaded but we talked about that. Carrie i actually talked about it with phil as well. Because you know phil shea approached props the way you approached wardrobe just detail detail. Authenticity authenticity and we were saying. You know back then. We could all just like you know. Eat and breathe. Our work are more complicated now and they're filled out in other ways you know it's hard to keep up the pace like that so there was also like a perfect storm where we were all brought together at exactly the right time in a way lives. Right aberdeen starting out. Yeah ya know super cool. Thank you so much carry. So is there anything else. We can share with people before you go. Where can we find you. Are you okay with people finding users. Can we tell them anything. You're working on sure. Yeah you can find me. My instagram is at kerri bennett costumes. And i tried to put some pictures up there and keep up to date on what i'm doing. I'm just about to start Head of the class the reboot of head of the class. So we'll see how that goes. What network has head of the class has classes going to be on. Hbo max okay so there you go. That's where you can find carey. You guys go follow and supporter. We adore her and carey. Thank you so much. Thanks kerry thank you ladies. It's so nice to be with you again. Spin your presence. It has been back all the good memories and so such good days back then jenin. I say we wanna have a big office ladies lunch and like all in all ladies not that. We don't want the fellas there. But maybe i don't want him there. I know i was trying to be. I'm not gonna. I'm gonna say my truth ladies. Only i'm gonna say ladies were the ladies were really special for sure. The.
"bennett " Discussed on The Mom Voice
"Bennett here with us. Say hi j. Prefer ej venit everywhere. I go my children. Just referred to her as be jay bennett. She is one of a kind. She's amazing we have already been talking our ears off for over an hour and it's just never enough time but we are so excited to have you back. Jade jade is a mother of three and she is an interior designer and she helps you create a home that you live where you love. I wanted to say i did it. And she has an amazing course available. She's also owner of bff printshop. Which is just booming. So incredible and we're just so happy to sit down with you mainly today because you have made some big moves big changes in your life and we're gonna talk about kind of that adjustment period as a woman as a family all the things that go into it. They highs there. I'm just going no. You're fine. I'm going to dive right in so jade you recently relocated your family from arizona. Utah taught. let's go there while you're in utah. We recorded in utah on onside. This is so fun. Be so fancy that you came to me outside knew walkers through like what led to the decision and i mean how did you get here. Honestly how did i get here. I know it was big big. Lauren knows because she's in our group of girlfriends whom like raised each other through these last years of our lives. Not quite sure how. I walked away But the good news about being adult is. You don't really walk away from the people that you've collected in your life but we ended up in utah so sort of guided here. I guess is the word. I would say a couple years ago when we were here. We felt a stirring how i would describe it like this is a police. We could actually live which was so contrasting to my experience as a twenty eighteen year olds here going to byu for the summer. I'm thinking i'm never living in this town. This is a very stifling place to live coming here..
"bennett " Discussed on For Your Reference
"With you I'm those also a point where you are. Constant sort of moments turned the bit sinister and she was wishing for jane to to have died from being so six or would feel guilty to like put on some levels. I could resonate with that. But it felt like a law dead feel like a lot. but then again you'd also contra start with Getting really angry doc- for he say about elizabeth and all the almond. I really understand her. She is a flip flop. If i've ever seen one like what minutes should be angry rightly saw a dossey And then see such really ridiculous things about the daughter and you like you can't have this this to correct coexist. Yeah exactly the con- just conned by. I got a sense that she really does care about her daughter's on she really does she. Just does it in a Non-conventional sorta away i just. He's she's always murdering about something and it's like come on lady in the way. Yeah the way she will talk shit about bigly and then as soon as being league comes around. He's the number one game. And i think mr bennett is right to just ignore the time. I d i agree. I think i'm gonna use that on you. You already do its role player For mrs bennet come on now. She's about to lay What did you think about mary. I think clay think the caracature the to portray portrayal is was really wrong. This was meant to be really clever. Parsons someone that's really liberal. And then they tried to pull the as donna's well on. i'm steak elaine lack. She she didn't see the need for courtship in your nonsense. She was interested in the bulk tron. Play piano everything to elevator solve intellectual. She's elizabeth better thought she was And then two ton that sort of strive into some sort of She's so donkey in a way that is unattractive and she doesn't really get it can't be with anyone even for fucking causing was.