18 Burst results for "Biaggi"

"biaggi" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"I don't blame her for trying to Snatch up for for this important job. But i don't have any specific knowledge of what direction she's gone. And when you say you're gonna soon see sort of where she falls on some issues. Are there things most pressing for you for the conference. You know that you can. You can name. In terms of the pivotal potential. Points where there might be some divergence between the progressivism of the of the legislature. And where governor. Hoke will may come in are there. Are there certain issues. Are there certain specific pieces of legislation. That are on your mind. Any any of those types of things at this point that will speaking for myself. I would really like to see us. Take some action on climate. We paseo cpa in twenty nineteen. That was an important nation leading piece of legislation but we have not taken the steps necessary to implement implemented properly since then so hopefully next year session. We'll see some important work on climate very anxious to do work on healthcare at providing access to to healthcare for new yorkers in a way that improves their Their insurance slum options and For me mass transit remains an important thing that has been neglected. The governor played games with the mta for so long that there's a lot of work to do to get Bed organization in shape and working for people. I've got a report of an address legislation that moved past the senate this year. That would hold some big tech companies more accountable and create greater competition marketplace. So there's no shortage of of things are still working on the climate legislation. You mentioned i or the issue. At least that's something that doesn't seem like the legislature has advanced the sort of follow up To the cpa That was being debated. Is that something you think. The legislature is ready to move on is is creating that implementation and funding structures. And i agree with you by the way. We haven't done what we should have done over the last couple of years and i'm anxious to get there. There's a number of ways to address this problem. We need to move on them. They would of course be helpful to have a governor that is pulling the same direction as some of us sons issues and hopefully the incoming will. Do you mentioned your antitrust legislation that passed the senate but not the assembly. It seems like. I'm not sure if that's quite a plea play with this with that legislation you can obviously fill us in. But it seems like on a number of issues Reform of the state ethics commission You know a few a few different things that your senate majority has surpassed the assembly majority in terms of Pushing ahead progressive priorities. Is that a fair characterization. And if so what needs to happen to sort of get the chambers more fully aligned from your perspective. I'll leave that analysis for others. I just know that we have had incredibly productive three sessions. They're the most production that the state has saved in his history legislatively. And we couldn't do that without the assemblies partners on everything we passed so hopefully that partnership will continue to grow more robust and will get even more things done. That a necessary is Is the idea of ethics reform. Are there things related to the cuomo scandals that we've seen several of them and other ethics issues is at the top of the agenda at all for you it is. This is something that senator biaggi has done a great work on. She's at a number of hearings and has proposed a series of changes to jake which lord knows is a native of reform so yes..

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"biaggi" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

07:20 min | 4 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"He is readily gotten of bgn aka gi. Joe obt aka art j. lots of initials. Lots of acronyms biaggi. How's your are. Actually i don't necessarily think that's exactly important. I think that's ads i. I don't know i didn't anticipate this. Also an acronym by the way Hip is Yeah i mean. Look hide on rt with a just a really big surprise from off the top rope immediately just to begin the podcast appreciate. I don't have anything to offer on that dak prescott for anyone who is unaware was asked last week if he has been vaccinated. He said that he was choosing not to divulge that information that he believes that it was a hippo that the asking of it violated hippo laws i think was dax point and the internet proceeded to educate everybody on exactly what hip is you fully aware of all the hip intricacies. Before that moment you no. I really never have been. I think anyone who claims they are telling the full truth. Because i feel like amount of people who have ever probably can't tell you what stands for. I can't stay until you for at the top of my head right now without looking at upper having looked it up So yeah i remember. It came up. It was obviously a big topic jacqueline Adam schefter tweeted out the picture of what he saw another acronym. Yeah yeah interesting well We are going to talk about. The state of every team. Training camps are beginning to eagles have not begun quite yet right biaggi. They began so the reporting today. I think most teams in the nfl are reporting tuesday. July twenty seven or at the if not most. The last of the teams are reporting reporting today. July twenty seventh recording. This and then there i practice will be tomorrow like the eagles wednesday july twentieth interesting. So the cowboys have been can't for about a week now. Everybody else catching. Obviously they play in the pro football hall of fame. Game this episode out on wednesday july twenty so that game eight days from now. We're that close to football biaggi. I didn't want the cowboys. But and this wasn't on our rundown a. B. shout out to be a very busy And biaggi was the goat is usual. Also another acronym big acronym day here on the nfc. Mix tape What are your thoughts on. Dak prescott choosing not to divulge whether he's vaccinated This is a subject as you can imagine generated a lot of discussion amongst cowboys. Fan julia all nfl fans in general. You're asking for my opinion unfiltered opinion. We'll take you said typically give. I think is kind of weak. Look i think you know again just looking at this strictly from football perspective which i don't think you have to like if we're putting it in that realm like there is no competitive advantage. There is in fact a competitive disadvantage to be unvaccinated so. I don't think it's the quarterbacks job to start literally poking everyone needles and getting them vaccinated by. It's as a leader of the team and our day. Someone as you a lot of talk about dax leaderships like this isn't the best kind of leader quality kind of thing here like he's a leader in some ways. Can you take takes a backseat. When it comes something important like this and it's not just about like leader in the locker room but also a lot of people look up to dak. Prescott of young people out of impressionable. People is a lot of fans i think. It's kind of just nice for those people to kind of set a good message. They could tone obviously different. People have different feelings on the vaccine and everything trying to get into all that But i i think it's an opportunity for him to kind of be a little bit stronger than he was. So i think everything you're saying is fair like it's a fair tape. It's not like an outlandish biaggi's just hey take I think the. I don't wanna say optimistic but like i do think one fair take is the dak simply trying to tow the line for the purposes of not alienating anybody on his team visted come one day after as elliot mentioned publicly that he is vaccinated. And so it's i don't know if you've seen this biaggi dak prescott brother is fairly active on twitter. A few months ago somebody in a kind of a quick sort of tweet said august vaccinated or somebody told Dax brother that their friend or brother or somebody would get vaccinated when dak prescott vaccinated index brother said. Well it's time for him to get vaccinated. So the intimation was that dak prescott had been vaccinated and so if we are to assume. That's true granted an assumption. This is obviously a polarizing subject in. I was gonna say the nfl but in the world. So i can see the logic behind saying you know. I don't want to alienate anybody. I don't wanna make anybody feel isolated. Whatever but you're right like if you just keep us the football Ah there is an argument to you. Know saying that you're vaccinated whatever but obviously it's a touchy subject. So i will say that dak has sort of implicitly earned my trust like i trust that he will handles you know rough and touchy situations in the right way and so i don't know obviously led to his line of thinking here but i i do trust that he is the right person to handle things when it comes to delegating whatever responsibilities for the cowboys obviously whatever conversations they have in the locker room Could be different But do you want to keep going to the cowboys. I feel like we talk about the cavs too much. Maybe we go somewhere else after this data while you me. Have you like in order. So if you're going to go out okay cowboys come. People are listening there on blogging. The boys some of them are. And obviously the you'll santona listen to or i mean maybe. Rj so we are recording tuesday. Just after lunch. I had some leftover barbecue case of a wondering. It was fantastic. Really good stuff rice and beans to accompany it just the whole dish sung but just before the cowboys are practicing on tuesday. It was reported by todd arch of. Espn that zack. Martin is dealing with a minor ankle. Injury nasdaq mark. Did not practice on sunday. Which was the team's third practice. He was given what was deemed to be a veteran day off not uncommon thing In about ten minutes after that report. Mike mccarthy took to the podium for his daily press conference and he said that zack martin is going to practice today to this episode. Drops on wednesday. Asa zack martin is going to practice on tuesday. It doesn't seem to be that big of an issue that might be the most volatile story to to come out of cowboys game so far Nothing else is really shocking. They had five players on the pup. List amara cooper's their demarcus lawrence is there greg's airlines there that when did kind of shocks people But nothing to really you know. I think 'cause anybody to lose their breath This was expected from amari. We did find out that demarcus lawrence had his third back surgery. this offseason. that's not ideal Ultimately it's way too early to draw any legitimate conclusions here but i do think that everything's gone about as well as you could have hoped at least through a couple of practices again. I think it's funny the way we talk about. Think about training camp injuries. Because sometimes like you look at it until you know those players hurt at the same time. It's like well. He's probably like a month or so until an actual game is played. doesn't matter a ton in some ways that might actually be a good thing if you're really minor injury because then you're preventing that player from practicing and then centering something like a tornado or something so lucky.

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"biaggi" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

07:17 min | 4 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"G i joe obt aka art j. lots of initials. Lots of acronyms biaggi. How's your Are actually. I don't necessarily think that's exactly important. I think that's ads i. I don't know i didn't anticipate this. Also an acronym by the way Hip is Yeah i mean. Look hide on rt with a just a really big surprise from off the top rope immediately just to begin the podcast appreciate. I don't have anything to offer on that dak prescott for anyone who is unaware was asked last week if he has been vaccinated. He said that he was choosing not to divulge that information that he believes that it was a hippo that the asking of it violated hippo laws i think was dax point and the internet proceeded to educate everybody on exactly what hip is you fully aware of all the hip intricacies. Before that moment you no. I really never have been. I think anyone who claims they are telling the full truth. Because i feel like amount of people who have ever probably can't tell you what stands for. I can't stay until you for at the top of my head right now without looking at upper having looked it up So yeah i remember. It came up. It was obviously a big topic jacqueline Adam schefter tweeted out the picture of what he saw another acronym. Yeah yeah interesting well We are going to talk about. The state of every team. Training camps are beginning to eagles have not begun quite yet right biaggi. They began so the reporting today. I think most teams in the nfl are reporting tuesday. July twenty seven or at the if not most. The last of the teams are reporting reporting today. July twenty seventh recording. This and then there i practice will be tomorrow like the eagles wednesday july twentieth interesting. So the cowboys have been can't for about a week now. Everybody else catching. Obviously they play in the pro football hall of fame. Game this episode out on wednesday july twenty so that game eight days from now. We're that close to football biaggi. I didn't want the cowboys. But and this wasn't on our rundown a shout out to be a very busy And biaggi was the goat is usual. Also another acronym big acronym day here on the nfc. Mix tape What are your thoughts on. Dak prescott choosing not to divulge whether he's vaccinated This is a subject as you can imagine generated a lot of discussion amongst cowboys. Fan julia all nfl fans in general. You're asking for my opinion unfiltered opinion. We'll take you said typically give. I think it's kind of weak. Look i think you know again just looking at this strictly from football perspective which i don't think you have to like if we're putting it in that realm like there is no competitive advantage. There is in fact a competitive disadvantage to be unvaccinated so. I don't think it's the quarterbacks job to start literally poking everyone needles and getting them vaccinated by. It's as a leader of the team and our day. Someone as you a lot of talk about dax leaderships like this isn't the best kind of leader quality kind of thing here like he's a leader in some ways. Can you take takes a backseat. When it comes something important like this and it's not just about like leader in the locker room but also a lot of people look up to dak. Prescott of young people out of impressionable. People is a lot of fans i think. It's kind of just nice for those people to kind of set a good message. They could tone obviously different. People have different feelings on the vaccine and everything trying to get into all that But i i think it's an opportunity for him to kind of be a little bit stronger than he was. So i think everything you're saying is fair like it's a fair tape. It's not like an outlandish. just hey take I think the. I don't wanna say optimistic. But like i do think one fair take is the dak simply trying to tow the line for the purposes of not alienating anybody on his team visted come one day after as elliot mentioned publicly that he is vaccinated. And so it's i don't know if you've seen this biaggi dak prescott brother is fairly active on twitter. A few months ago somebody in a kind of a quick sort of tweet said august vaccinated or somebody told Dax brother that their friend or brother or somebody would get vaccinated when dak prescott vaccinated index brother said. Well it's time for him to get vaccinated. So the intimation was that dak prescott had been vaccinated and so if we are to assume. That's true granted an assumption. This is obviously a polarizing subject in. I was gonna say the nfl but in the world. So i can see the logic behind saying you know. I don't want to alienate anybody. I don't wanna make anybody feel isolated. Whatever but you're right like if you just keep us the football Ah there is an argument to you. Know saying that you're vaccinated whatever but obviously it's a touchy subject. So i will say that dak has sort of implicitly earned my trust like i trust that he will handles you know rough and touchy situations in the right way and so i don't know obviously led to his line of thinking here but i i do trust that he is the right person to handle things when it comes to delegating whatever responsibilities for the cowboys obviously whatever conversations they have in the locker room Could be different But do you want to keep going to the cowboys. I feel like we talk about the cavs too much. Maybe we go somewhere else after this data while you me. Have you like in order. So if you're going to go out okay cowboys come. People are listening there on blogging. The boys some of them are. And obviously the you'll santona listen to or i mean maybe. Rj so we are recording tuesday. Just after lunch. I had some leftover barbecue case of a wondering. It was fantastic. Really good stuff rice and beans to accompany it just the whole dish sung but just before the cowboys are practicing on tuesday. It was reported by todd arch of. Espn that zack. Martin is dealing with a minor ankle. Injury nasdaq mark. Did not practice on sunday. Which was the team's third practice. He was given what was deemed to be a veteran day off not uncommon thing In about ten minutes after that report. Mike mccarthy took to the podium for his daily press conference and he said that zack martin is going to practice today to this episode. Drops on wednesday. Asa zack martin is going to practice on tuesday. It doesn't seem to be that big of an issue that might be the most volatile story to to come out of cowboys game so far Nothing else is really shocking. They had five players on the pup. List amara cooper's their demarcus lawrence is there greg's airlines there that when did kind of shocks people But nothing to really you know. I think 'cause anybody to lose their breath This was expected from amari. We did find out that demarcus lawrence had his third back surgery. this offseason. that's not ideal Ultimately it's way too early to draw any legitimate conclusions here but i do think that everything's gone about as well as you could have hoped at least through a couple of practices again. I think it's funny the way we talk about. Think about training camp injuries. Because sometimes like you look at it until you know those players hurt at the same time. It's like well. He's probably like a month or so until an actual game is played. doesn't matter a ton in some ways that might actually be a good thing if you're really minor injury because then you're preventing that player from practicing and then centering something like a tornado or something so lucky.

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"biaggi" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"I'd welcome back. It is the nfc mix tape beog put on his human hot dog costume. I feel like by the way dogs. Like storrow this hotdogs right. Thank you chicago for doing it right. It's really get a meal experience. There should be a lot of stuff on there. I mean there's a time obviously wouldn't grilling at home and you don't want to like put. Lettuce are dependent on a hot dog. No i'm sorry. I'm thinking tomato celery. Salt onions mustard sport peppers relish pickle. Spear you know everything that goes on way go. No that's great. It'd be like to be a meal it should just be. I mean obviously again if you're barbecuing at home and you don't want to do all that. That's understandable but if you're like getting hot dogs as a meal that's how they should be See that damage food. Like i need a fork and knife at that point. What i mean like. It's just too complicated. Biaggi you did not mention Philadelphia's record against washington over the last decade. what is it to eleven and nine so just to out ahead. There's a stretch. They're kind of where they couldn't be washington that all and that was why at the time it kind of seems silly to some people that eagles players were dumping gatorade on. Doug peterson after week. One and two thousand seventeen but they hadn't beat washington in quite a while and he was like that it was like two thousand. Fourteen early in the season was their last win over washington before that week. One win so there was a time where washington kind of had their number. And then recently i think really until this season they had washington's number really from that super bowl season Until last year so kind of an interesting stretch where it wasn't like constantly back and forth it's kinda like like big runs like a we own the side. Now we on the side so yeah just out ahead of five hundred eleven nine record interesting so philadelphia is ahead of five hundred against both new york and washington interesting to note. Now the deal that saying that for any reason that will get you in a little bit but So my choice for dallas They are also just like they are against the giants. They are thirteen and seven against washington over the last ten years So very successful against both teams in generally speaking they are very very very successful in the dak prescott era their losses have come under enormous. Circumstances obviously got swept last year for the first time since two thousand twelve But the first game was andy. Dalton on buzzer tackles route sack. Martin was out. Andy dalton got her and then their second game came under extreme emotional circumstances We recorded friday football of that week. As we've discussed many times But so i mentioned it was the first time they've got swept last year since two thousand twelve my most painful cowboys loss to washington in the last ten years was week. Seventeen of the two thousand twelve season biaggi. I mentioned how the cowboys You know they lost win in games in back to back to back week. Seventeens to all three of their division rivals. I i'm glad for this. But i really feel like that is not talked about enough. Like that is an unique level of disappointment that the guy was provided their fan base In its rear stretch this one though of those three losses two thousand eleven against the giants two thousand twelve against washington two thousand thirteen against philli not to pooh-poohed philly. Because you're here but the cowboys were down. Tony romo in that game. So i mean like. Starting kyle orton. There wasn't a lot of hope This loss though against washington was the most painful of the three The cowboys offense had been on fire that year. I don't know how well you remember. This biagio needles family members but that was when dez bryant had finally taken off Down the stretch of that two thousand twelve season. He had gone over two hundred yards in one game. I mean he had just been this monster. When a lot of people their fantasy leads the cowboys had posted over. Four hundred total offensive yards in back to back weeks before week. Seventeen including biaggi. They had four hundred fifty eight against washington on thanksgiving And we're not able to even eclipse three hundred in this game. It was a very kind of just swamp want performance. They lost twenty eight to eighteen It was really devastating to lose. You talk about like fluky runs. What was that washington team to. And seven i think. And then they just rallied off seven wins in a row to win the division and the whole world was in love with. rg three. And i'm gonna assume we weren't Best pals then. But i'm gonna assume that like me you were not sold on. Rg three at the time. And obviously it did not work out for them. But thankfully kirk cousins. Shut up to save the day. I was scared of rj. Three there for awhile pre injury. Didn't of course. Yeah but afterwards it was it was so like corporate like his whole operation patients ridiculous. That was like the off season after his first season. Which you know so so the injury and then all that we already know branding stuff offseason. Yeah at that point. Go ahead Yeah so the two thousand twelve season is a very season is a season to me that i much do not remember just because eagles were terrible that year and it was kind of like we off all coming from a mile away because again like i said earlier you'll had gone four and eight in two thousand eleven. They finished with a four game. Winning streak eight but didn't mean anything obviously. They didn't make the playoffs. It kind of felt like something..

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"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

05:28 min | 8 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"Like elliott. He's like like braces. Always talking about black with the cross the line at us where you're going to see my show definitely not politically correct. All i crossed the line many times and offend a well. Let's fucking problem. You have those sense of humor of ways accompany show. I'm not saying in In the mad way have fun. Well we're gonna come close to an end soon. Just because sometimes i feel like they're they both on politics bob before we do that Thank you to everyone watching. My cousins are watching this. I see them commenting on. There's one thing. I i big shots and my boy elect someone who is a fan of yours and i believe he's watching as well. So could you just say hi alexa. Please less electrical alex. He's my very good friend and he's a huge fan. Okay listen so at lowes lounge. Which by the way everyone. This is actually being recorded. You guys can't see though but it is being recorded for my podcast. Show low's announced podcast. Which is available everywhere. I don't wanna sound like such a You know that the plug. We always play a game on tonio and it's a one word association game simple so i wanna give you several one word you know and then you just tell me the first word that comes to your mind and mutual. The first thing that comes to your mind. Let.

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"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

03:26 min | 8 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"Reminds us. We have so much more work to do right. So we've come to this new administration or what have you in. A there seems to be a little bit more morality right at in the white house. But it's like this is still so much that we need to do so right. We experienced look at bustle. Going on the judge floyd verdict yet. Thank you and but that's just one example so hopefully were now experiencing the sift But it sounds like you have your the freedom fighter freedom fighter in you and you still have to do in your area and whatnot. So is that something you want to continue to do like you know like a make your voice more her around that area. Are you kind of just like over that area. I'm done from this area on my. I don't wanna at his area. I'll be racist them. But whatever they're their world when they want big dig they look for the latine on the black but dan. they don't want to support you just like or do anything you know i. It's just very hypocritical when they're desperate warning this look for the black and latinos this over the over this towel on allow be surrounded by gays anymore. I'm like even like shit and we'll do manner. I'm just going to the rich area with the jews. Jewish soft grey to west. Well don't don't punish all the gays you get tired of the scene. Yeah i understand you and that's something up because like when you're one dog i'd say holding Like when i was in my twenties and stuff you know. I used to dance a lot and i used to always like backup dancing for the drag queens at the clubs and stuff like that and just to see the aid the showing from the community like mostly from the guys you know. Have your pretty boys over here. Who were the same. You know you'd have just everybody else who it was just crazy. It's like man. Were all here for the same reason to come. Have a big time so unite to be amongst all your bills and stuff so my next question. I say that to say Have you experienced like i. Don't wanna use the word backlash. That's kind of according word but have you experienced that friction between our community like i don't know people talk because there's always a shit soccer isn't there our communities divider like every tweak don't talk to the bears like fifteen year old girls and they don't want to talk to the wings or don't wanna talk to the daddies niger in the community the letter community. They don't talk to the you. Know the bogey queens devonian queens. They just think they're so fucking fashionable on so fucking high and they don't talk to the did just like the community so invited and then you've got the the wire like every this so many like like e she they whatever the fuck they having their frigging break is just too much right. Hand old snow. Day guy.

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"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"Comes out. I'm just making funny. I'm just making funny. You be please always be your tax one puppy. Thank you so much for this for your time. Some little to your husband. I'm sorry for keeping you on hall. He's moved on already. Thank you so much. Please stay and i will be posted posting it on the podcast within the next two days literally so there have been very well. Thank you..

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

07:58 min | 8 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"A woman's age But it reminds us also life is short and we just need to really live in the moment alum. So hey. what's your favorite puerto rican this. How much light. Foam growth fund toe. No skin and at so mafokate's okay. What's your favorite. What's your least favorite baton for my father liked by does like the legs of the port so gross issue with the smell. When i remember and won't get a headache vomit. It was like really will get headache. And i was like no. Don't do this shit again. Kwa hito me the. Let's get to your your comedy show so noddy and nuts nuts. Yeah some of the total world about it so and in comedy how did we. How do we go from to comedy. I mean those kids. A lot of comedies competition with different colleges and different ixelles. And i always love having fun making fun of people in everything so i wanted to get mad at me because i think everything i make fun of my mom. I saw people get the bigger angry raised. They told me ask all. I don't really care. I make i make fun of everybody. I think like i missed. I myself my show wasn't supposed your comedy it was supposed to be Each show about talking about porn. And you know how i got into the industry behind the scene and stuff like that but i guess it was bobby and off that everybody was like dude that is hysterical lake. I love to sharp laughing about it. So i started The the first one was my first show was pretty bad. And i did two shows the same day. The first one people were laughing was older crowd and they were like and then my sigma show was a knife pm down what everybody was laughing. Having such a great time. I went you our two hours and i still talk about my experiences like he is a fist. The oldest shit naked gyles stage and you know is fine trag with people but it's it's funny talkable sex way shit the happen to me behind the scenes that you will never see under bureaus and it's just really become a fun show. I did three shows here. Wilton manors and then people were like why you don't bring a gear late over. Its lightning york twenty. That lay all the shows.

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"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

06:09 min | 8 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"Pay the different singers. Listen so does what. I like because my mom. Just what about if anybody. Who's who knows me is watching this. They're they're going to sit back and say after this question. What are your thoughts on madonna. Now madonna my phone. I'll take her..

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

03:09 min | 8 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"No no matter. What does i found that to be my experience ally in my twenty s a certain group or person and then the ones that i did my my fellow former gave us friends that i did. Befriend would always at some point another stab me in the box. But it's all good a big shots our community anyways like any immunity. Just look at this look at our punchy. We all. There's issues within the community. You're right a lot of it also has to be fixed. A in my opinion will sometimes with them. This you know. Imagine how easier to be if we just all sat down and spoke to each other. We we would learn. We have so much more common. When i grew up in equal it was everybody. We have groups. We're like pretty much everybody. In the only group that existed was also please recall of great big bodies shirt off all dance together. Maybe like thirty talked to everybody. This oh like your barrier tweet like nobody cure. My friends have fresno all over the world all tied scheme john. I don't care all human so if you're nice you're nice that's it like i don't care about where people start like the disc leaky groups like see. I'm so anti that too as well. So who are you might spend brother. Who are you. Because i think a lot like that too. I love the culture. And all that. But i don't like conforming to i'll say that Let's get into a dancing alright. So flamenco dancing before before anything. I'm a dance artists i. I'm a poet. I i'm a writer i i'm a dancer. Dance will always number one passion. I want to date shot up to my sister jamila. Who is one of lisa. Lisa's backup dancers anyways dancing. How did you was it something. You always done that. You keep or an auto start are.

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"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

05:01 min | 8 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

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"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"I've got questions No that's awesome. My family's is brooklyn as walsall. That's awesome so. I don't put the legal law. Okay okay okay so you started in the industry and six thousand seven. Is that right. See now everything. I have here written down. I'm lou nobis wise. Yes i hear you magazine as before like you know like there was back in. The day was magazine. I don't know this ship. There were magazines.

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

04:50 min | 8 months ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"The six up like another guy that stands me up. I'm done with the world's how are you. I'm great your time so we are being watched right by your audience in my audience in all that good stuff take you honestly like keep sending you that message saying thank you but just thank you. I appreciate how are you. i'm good. How's your realize we're because my husband just finished his doctorate yesterday so slow. Now's easy year with nothing else to do. So he's like our house like just move on. I don't wanna do anything of baby to be relaxed. Husband compete our call two years old. I listen Before i guess before. I go into like my whole structure because i had to write questions and my little first of all a not so big shot outside the incident because i wanted to research obviously adult film right industry and all that but i want to come prepared with my eddie game but i gotta tell you a wasn't like i felt like i have to go put it out there because i didn't find like much was disappointed in everything but i know you have so many things going on right and then you have I'm sorry the argue videos dot biz the. I'm sorry i'm saying it wrong. I know you have another last name as well. But i'm not gonna put government out there. Okay deals dot com. And then i have biaggi videos dot biz. They'll business a new one. That's right with the new videos every week and the dot com his. It has about four hundred. Does a little more than four hundred. But that's the old one. That's the one where i started by myself. You know just it into the porn industry. What did you get into the industry long story about fifty million times. But you can give me. The condensed version really bore with work. I was a manager for a company. Tourism company important. He was the main tour guide for the cruise lines and one day. I got tired of those. Like you know. I've been doing this for nine years. I was tired. I was like i wanna do poor. I was born. So i went to the sack shop to see. How the fuck do i become a porn actor. Because there's like no like nobody knows how you actor it's like i'm back down. There was it was different than now and i followed the dvd phone numbers. So i call. And the guy was his private phone from this director And then basically too long. I wanna fill who. I will come here than i wasn't good enough for his studio but he recommended in to another studio so he signed my photos on the army and in the name of your bald head on. Just take on not listen. I broke this out in honor of you right now and you don't want to know the story so i used to be an assistant program director an adult daycare and one of my clients gave to me and i thought really. Oh really in the name of avid on owning our heads brother Do not see the legal. Yes right now. No i was born in new york in brooklyn so you might want to go and talk to our friends at lgbt took over. Nobody knows all my info correctly. Everybody gets good team. where are you from. What i was born in new york by my family moved. When i was only two weeks old back toward the he goes solace raising the rigo and i lived their minds. Live till i started the industry so part of the what part of new york city. Well i was born brookline. But my mom was from manhattan. But i wasn't up in a family party like she wasn't party and she decided to give birth so because i was born in brooklyn to look and we going explained..

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"biaggi" Discussed on Theology Gals

Theology Gals

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Theology Gals

"Scripture And in many ways we understand That how we define that has a lot of implications for example if someone needs heart surgery they don't usually interview their heart surgeon to see if they hold the doctrines of Sola scripture. They rely on. That heart surgeons medical expertise to be able to treat that particular element But we don't approach abuse that way. Even though abuse and trauma requires outside expertise even though abuse and trauma has physical injury to the victims to their neurologic system to their hormones in their chemical system. And so the way we apply the doctrine of Sola scripture in these cases is often in a way that leaves us without any support or any knowledge in in how we approach and handle abuse and abusive dynamics. I and we have to understand that that when we say that and we express concern that does not mean that we're taking scripture lightly or that were saying scripture is not sufficient it is recognizing the common grace that God has given all of us. It's recognizing the importance of the body of Christ and it's recognizing how we interpret that doctrine the way we apply to everything else including our own medical care and so those are a lot of the things that we need to really look at so that we can be better equipped to understand an approach abuse since The Alta Gal started a few years ago. I have been contacted by a lot of people telling me their stories. And it's I think probably the most surprising as some of the similarities in in the stories at least on how churches responded to abuse. How do churches and church leaders tend to respond? I think there are several key mistakes. And you're right. There are consistent threads across the board when it comes to an institutional church response to abuse One of the ones that you typically see is that churches often don't even recognize abuse or abusive dynamics whether that's domestic abuse or sexual abuse We do a very poor job recognizing grooming signs warning signs understanding domestic and sexual abuse and even being able to identify it Answer one thing that I do see quite commonly particularly in domestic abuse cases As you see pastors who don't even realize that domestic abuse is taking place and so by the time they reported if they even get that far the damage that has been done is so extreme to the wife and the children. I saw her ability to recognize. Abuse is very often greatly hindered our ability to understand how to handle a direct of abuse. If you actually get a specific disclosure of sexual abuse Oftentimes pastors very ill equipped to know how to handle it. They don't know how to report that to authorities. They don't know what steps should be taken. it is not uncommon. In fact it's very common for churches to want to vet that claim themselves And again in. This comes from misguided theology particularly if it's a pastor or leader that's been accused the verse that talks about not entertaining a charge against an elder except on the testimony of two or three witnesses is often grossly misapplied in a way that leads leaders do not even report the allegations of abuse And to rely on the god-given civil authorities to vet that claim oftentimes in the counseling. We see very consistent and damaging threads. There's a great lack of understanding for trauma and trauma responses and so church is council in a way that it's deeply damaging to the survivor. Often there is a great lack of understanding for the dynamics of abuse and how abusers work pastors are very easily fooled into mistaken into mistaking at tears for genuine repentance into giving abusers continual access to victims in an effort to reunify or store. Oftentimes the counseling ideology. That's employed does not take into account any understanding of abuser of dynamics or trauma. Oftentimes the counseling. That's employed views. Reunification and unity as the ultimate Biblical goal rather than the glory of. God I and sometimes God is most glorified by Justice and sometimes unity is not possible because someone is not walking in true repentance and the ability of most pastors to really recognize that is greatly hampered by their lack of training and education with abuse abusive dynamics and those are threads that you consistently see running through the church. In addition it is very common for abusers to be able to hop from church to church particularly if they're in leadership to continually take new pastor at positions when what they have done becomes known. Oftentimes this is done under a mistaken. Understanding of grace and forgiveness and rather than holding the biblical standards of what an elders required to be and do and holding to the biblical standard of publicly rebuking. Elder who was found in sin so that it is a warning to everyone instead. Elders are almost given a free past and they're allowed to continue hopping from church to Church and continue abusing. And when you put all those dynamics and threads together what more often than not that results in is hundreds at times of victims left in the wake of these pastors in these churches and just incredible damage. That's been done to the sheep that these men were supposed to be protecting the dislike. Kalina said through my own writing and through my own Interaction with a particular with women online. I've heard many stories and there are a lot of similarities. You said between the the accounts Tendency to handle things in house desire to like you said and then a misunderstanding of the dynamics of abuse what to look for other things that I have read and have have have seemed discussed us to do with how churches are unwittingly welcoming to To abusive people right. That makes sense that they're that they are safe. Places a lot of ways that they draw and attract people who who want to be abusive with others who tend to be abusive in their treatment of others What do you think is going on? As far as the dynamics in a church and how the church has failed in protecting and assisting abuse survivors. I think. Ultimately you see a lot of the dynamics that we've already discussed in terms of the misplaced Biaggi And how that leads. Churches to council in a way that's deeply damaging to urge reunification in a way that allows victims to continue being victimized and keeps abusers in power. I it allows abusers to Even finding new victims reach new victims. Because it'd be left in positions of power Inserted damaged is just incredible in the way. Churches are often at more often than not handle the use. And you're right. Abusers do actually seek out churches One of the most prominent psychologists in the area of abuse in particular sexual abuse is a woman named Anna Salter. And she has done soon. Nominal work In understanding what is going on in the mind of a profile anyhow pedophile operate how they think are able to groom the society around them and wanted to think she discovered as she was working with these sex offenders as they admitted intentionally targeting faith communities these pedophile intentionally targeted communities for the exact dynamics that we've already discussed because they're miss their misplaced ideologies and convictions regarding forgiveness and grace may churches some of the safest places for abuse victims are for abusers rather and some of the most dangerous places for an abuse victim to speak up And in addition to that while the church should be the greatest refuge were the victim the victims also identify that churches are one of the worst places to go for help in fact there was a study done just a couple of years ago where a wide number of sexual assault victims were asked. Who did you think was going to be the most helpful when you disclosed and hands down? And then they were given a list of options of who they thought would be the most helpful when they disclosed abuse and of course option to write in their their own perspective and these victims hands down identified church as what they anticipated being the most helpful. And the reason for that is because of what we preach and teach you a victim sees a pastor preaching about holiness and righteousness.

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"biaggi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"biaggi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Culver City, California and Dwayne Brown. Attorney general William Barr says he expects to release a redacted version of the special counsels Russia report by mid April. If not sooner as NPR's Carrie Johnson tells us the report is nearly four hundred pages long. The attorney general says he's willing to testify before the house and Senate Judiciary committees in early may they'll Barr says he's making progress in reviewing special counsel, Robert Muller's report, the AG says there could be reductions to protect grand jury material sources and methods and ongoing investigations. But Barr says everyone will soon be able to read most of the report on their own. He says he doesn't believe it would be in the public interest for him to summarize the report or to release it in bits and pieces. The says he'll make the report public after he delivers it to key members of congress Carrie Johnson, NPR news, Washington. One of the few women left in the Trump administration is stepping down. Linda McMahon who heads the nation small business administration is leaving to go work for a super Pac supporting president. Trump's reelection bid and twenty twenty she's going to help us with a very very important that we have coming up and the reelection as they call it before taking over the small business administration. Mcmahon made a fortune along with her husband, Vince, promoting professional wrestling. She was a major contributor to Trump's two thousand sixteen campaign. The president says he'll name someone to replace her as SBA leader in the near future on the same day Britain was originally scheduled to leave the European Union. Lawmakers have rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal for a third time. The decision puts the UK on a path to leave the EU without an agreement in two weeks, unless all twenty seven European leaders decide to grant a further extension. On Wall Street. Stocks finished higher led by technology companies ride sharing service lift also got a boost this is NPR. And you're listening to WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd New York governor Andrew Cuomo says that lawmakers are still working out the details of congestion pricing. That includes changes for the MTA. The state legislature has been crafting a plan to toll driver south of sixtieth street in Manhattan in order to fund the transit agency. But at a press conference today. Governor Cuomo said that congestion pricing won't happen unless other reforms due to because I said, I would not support more funding for the MTA unless I felt comfortable that we had a better MTA more efficient more effective. The governor has called for reorganizing the agency auditing its budget and other changes lawmaker. Are racing. The clock to work out an agreement by Monday the deadline for the state budget are Albany. Reporter Fred mogul is in Albany, and he'll be working the weekend too. We've got an update with Fred coming up this hour on all things considered New York. Governor Cuomo is also accusing three female legislators of lying or not knowing the facts when they spoke about his fundraising methods state, senators Allesandra Biaggi, Jessica, Ron Lausanne assemblywoman. You lean new blasted Cuomo this week after he hosted a twenty five thousand dollars per couple dinner on a radio interview from Syracuse Cuomo said he was playing by current state law. He also said he's in favor of lowering contribution limits. But that he missed out on some conversations in Albany yesterday. New york. State lawmakers have agreed on a plastic bag ban. But some environmentalists wish officials included a five cent fee on paper bags. Karen DeWitt reports on that. Liz Moran, the environmental lobbyist for the New York. Public interest research group says banning plastic bags is good news. But she wishes that lawmaker said also agreed to a statewide fee on paper bags Moran says the plan could result in trading. One environmental issue for another production of the bags, of course, means cutting down trees in that has a carbon impact. But then there's the transport up them. They're very bulky and the production. Requires commend this water use under the plan localities can opt into charging the fee. Tonight. We do have a chance of showers a low around forty five degrees. Currently fifty six degrees. It's overcast in central park. Support for NPR comes from member stations. And from indeed.

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"biaggi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"biaggi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was already too as she was about leaves away. And then I realize okay husband is here. She had just given birth. And she put the job sentiment pretty plainly Airbus was gone. So she said, and I'm translating here. Have by selling legally I by. I will give gladly I will give the baby from my wounds. If I will think this is my baby, then how will it work? I have two children. I cannot take this child home. I will have to give I have no sadness. No problem. Anytime. For cudi. Ask these women are you conflicted? We have trouble giving the baby up. She always got the same answer name name name name. The also they'd be would happily give away the child and what they said. Biaggi? Did they're gonna. The baby comes out right now. Did you get a sense that these women didn't want it known that they were doing this? I mean, some of them did and some of them didn't because some women were like did equal. But a secret what they said. Like now that I'm here. My neighbors my family everyone knows. And then when Makudi Astor cycle at bats bath coach, Nick, do they have an opinion is that right or wrong? She answered no guy. Don't make you sick of us who Nathan Asia. I'm here for the money. I would not listen to any opinions if it was wrong. I would not come here. But some of them were lying. Why would I tell anyone there was one particular woman? Thirty two years old they Jeff nail polish on and she had let it's pink lipstick on to Keith. Oh god. She said people in my village, simply do not believe these things this week on anyone's had an annual janitor that one can have children by getting injected or taking medicine. They won't believe this. She kind of Jew parallels with how some of the people in a village had done something seemingly when the red cows or fishes some Tony sentiment. You said like, maybe they'll understand. But my family will not understand me. She says I have told.

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"biaggi" Discussed on Half Size Me

Half Size Me

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"biaggi" Discussed on Half Size Me

"You decided to do your maintenance break in the summer in you mentioned, you were doing the Weight Watchers points where you also tracking calories or just the Weight Watchers points. So I was doing both because I find that if I track my weight watcher points, and I've tried were I use my extra reason. I don't use my week leave trying to kind of play around with it. I'm still I actually ended up I tend to go up a little bit because I've learned I love chicken, and that's pretty much the only meat that I do eat. So that for them count. You know, it's not something that I'm held accountable for point wise. So then I tend to take in the stuff that my body doesn't like like breads where my point crackers. And so I tend to gain when I do that. So I still track with their system. But I also look at us my fitness pal for calories because some things that probably my body would be better with. Probably rises and as bad. But on the point system, it is kind of a little bit of both. I call it the karate kid syndrome. It's I don't know if you've ever watched karate kid, but Mr. Biaggi has this moment with Daniel. And he says we walk right or you walk left, but walk middle squash light grape. And this idea that we sometimes when it keep our toe on both sides. And we we end up kind of complicating things and not making a decision and we end up getting crushed. And now, I see this a lot. Yeah. I see this a lot. It's the I kinda like the calories when it comes to this that and the other. But I kinda like this system over here when it comes to the chicken, right? It's his back and forth thing. So let me ask you this win you decided during the summer to go on this maintenance break, do you feel like at this point? You have a really solid understanding of either. What your maintenance points are or your maintenance calories? And do you have a firm understanding of your weight loss points and your weight loss calories? Do you feel like you walked away from that experience? Better educated on those two things I would say for my maintenance point about now because I've not been able to take your out. This is someone who's my first night using. And I think I'm not a hundred percent sure. Basically the lowest you would get would be twenty three points. But I'm not one hundred percent. Sure. Even if I would maintain. Maybe so I'm not I don't feel like I have that. I feel like calorie wise like you have an understanding where I need to maintain. And I I'm pretty sure I could do it calorie-wise. The problem comes with the laziness of tracking night. Okay. As long as in my head. I think I'm doing this this and that and I'll stick to the protein today, and you skip out of the car, it's, but then you e-, you know, couple turkeys, and while that's not so great or those cheese connects from Costco yet and saying crazy, but something about grew quickly. If they're not checking. Absolutely..

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 Does Monsanto's Roundup cause cancer? Trial highlights the difficulty of proving a link

The Science Hour

03:57 min | 3 years ago

Does Monsanto's Roundup cause cancer? Trial highlights the difficulty of proving a link

"For much of the time since the active ingredient glyphosate came into use in the nineteen seventies have been kinds of arguments about whether. Or not. Actually Cosma genyk research. A lot of it funded by Monsanto suggested it isn't the US Environmental Protection Agency says that glyphosate has low toxicity for humans. Then the European Food Safety authority agrees. But the international agency for research on cancer has described the chemical as a probable Costner gem. So you can see what a confusing picture. This is all these agencies with different views. So the California jury last week, it really had quite a job trying to balance all that conflicting evidence say, why is it so hard to say for sure that something like lifesaving definitely causes cancer or definitely doesn't cause cancer. Now, this is the problem of operational, epidemiology as road in peace has been hearing from Richard Burks Stevens of the university of Connecticut who has worked on IRC panels and these looked at a whole load of evidence. We cannot do experiments and people for anything that might cause harm obvious. Really. And so we have to observe -ation Lebanon Biaggi, but observations me be Andrea can be very persuasive on very strong cigarette smoking and lung cancer is the best known. Example of that. The problem about epidemiology though is it's actually very easy to do a badly. There are so many ways bias and confounding and other problems can slip into a study. So international agency for searching cancer bites these panels of experts, it's a widely divergent group and they go through each of the studies, whether it's Yep, Biaggi that talks collagen and really get into the methods. They wanna know how is this study done is credible estimate of the potential hazard uninteresting secrecy a RC determined that glyphosate. I think the wood was a potential costs in Incheon Lee. That's not the case with smoking where a huge amounts of evidence was built up by looking at what happened to smokers. Yes, smoking took decades. Because the big tobacco intimidated the rest of scientists by saying that association has not causation because there's never been around my trial smoking and smoking rats do not get lung cancer. Then we finally realized that this observational evidence, it's a matter of the jury deciding and the jury is often an expert panel of scientists. In this case, the allergy is there's no other viable explanation for these results than cause and effect. Now, smoking is a class one carcinogen according to the IRC. It is a cancer hazard to humans. Glysophate was labelled a to a a probable, human carcinogen. What that means is that there is credible evidence, but it is not beyond a reasonable doubt. Is it a question of doing continued studies? Is it trying to find more people who've been using something like roundup to be able to say, maybe there is an excessive cancers. They're all. All that clever ways of trying to work out if that's a connection. Well, the important point here is that the poison is in the dose and we add things to our food supply like iron iron causes cancer in rats if you give enough iron to rats. So it's a matter of cost benefit round up as a very popular product. It serves a real purpose and it's a benefit a lot of people, but it contains chemical called Guifa Sade, which may increase the risk of cancer and the i. r. c. does not address risk. It only says that insufficient quantity, this agent could cause cancer in a human. So the risk has to be dependent on where the product is dues, how it's used. And those are the things that go into risk assessment.

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