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The Importance of Remembering the Names
"I'm at the point now and you should be too that when you you know what do I always tell you about the cases like this Remember the names right Remember the names was kind of an adage I used when I was talking about the spy gay case I'd say memorize the names It's a trick I learned as a federal agent Because if you don't remember the names what happens is you'll be sitting in a room and you'll be interviewing some bad guy and say a credit card fraud case that's really complicated And they'll throw out a name And if you don't have the names memorized and how they fit in the case you'll miss it But if you have a memorizing he says hey John Brown and you're like John Brown oh my gosh that was the guy who was connected to Tony Smith and whatever And right there in the room you can put it together and you had so I tell you all the time remember the names especially when it comes to scanty Trump scandals like spygate because when you see the name creep up in a news story they may not make connections you'll make So whenever I see names like Bruce or Steven soma Joe Bianca I know exactly Bianca those were the guys that were involved in the interview with Mike Flynn and somo was the New York guy involved with the exchange of information here and there It's really important to remember the names I bring that up not to get off track but because it's important with reporters too I can read a New York Times Washington Post story or I should have stuck an ore in there or Washington Post story And by seeing the headline in the author and the byline right away I can tell this is a deep state piece I'll throw NBC in there too If I see something by Adam Goldman Kendall and NBC Maggie haberman Glenn thrush Charlie savage Devlin Barrett who else Philip bump I know instantly that you're essentially reading you're reading what the deep state crowd wants you to read because their mouthpieces for the deep state
"bianca" Discussed on Generation V
"Okay? A lot of us just assume that maybe it was an agreement in a previous relationship and you took that agreement and applied it to this relationship and you're dealing with a whole other person and a whole new circumstance and agreements and like the relationships, they're so unique to the two people in them and what's okay is completely independent or completely dependent of the two people within it. So it's good to get clear of that conversation. Yeah, to have clarity on that. So next question. Is a good one. From aurora visions 11, what are what's you and Bianca's biggest tips to succeed as an entrepreneur? I'll share one. Okay. I'll start this one. My biggest tip would be to do something that you actually love doing because if not, you're going to find yourself in another like a career path that doesn't bring you joy and happiness and you're going to find yourself burning out because I will tell you firsthand that you leave a 9 to 5 job whenever you check out you clock off and you don't bring those problems home with you from work, but once you start becoming an entrepreneur, you trade a 9 to 5 for a 24 hour a day job. And if you don't like what you do, it's going to be 24 hours a day of you doing things that you don't really like doing. So first thing is to get really clear on making sure that whatever pursue or whatever like venture you choose to pursue, it's enjoyable. It's fulfilling. It's maybe obviously fruitful to make it sustainable to pay your bills and just start there because if not, you're going to quickly find yourself burning out and asking yourself, why did I start this to begin with? Yes. And with that, to know what it is that you love to do, you must know yourself.
"bianca" Discussed on The Corner
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"bianca" Discussed on Generation V
"Will, I will say that. I'll say, I want to finish this conversation with you, but I have to show up for this podcast. And can we finish this conversation at a better time for both of us? When is that for you? Yeah, and it's important to just say that and not to just get upset and walk away because that can trigger abandonment issues that many of us have. So yeah, I think personally, I think we did a good job of answering these questions and for part two. For part two, we're going to answer more questions that were submitted. These were all submitted to nimes Instagram. So people submitted questions to my Instagram as well. I saw really juicy questions about kink and communication. And we're going to answer that next. So head over to my YouTube channel. The Bianca Taylor podcast on YouTube, Spotify. And iTunes and you can also follow me on Instagram at Bianca Taylor M also on TikTok and Twitter, Bianca Taylor M and yeah, that's all. Yeah. And if you enjoyed this episode, please, please, please leave a review on iTunes or Spotify, leave a comment down below. I really appreciate it this podcast is completely self funded. I don't have any sponsors or anything, so I'm just doing this to help share and to help spread information that hopefully benefits you or somebody else. So if you want to leave a review, leave a comment, share this episode, share it on your Instagram or wherever you feel fit because you think it might help somebody, I would deeply deeply appreciate it. And as always, thank you for tuning in and spending an hour with us learning about relationships and for part two. Head on over to Bianca's podcast so you can watch that and as always sending you all lots of love and light..
"bianca" Discussed on Generation V
"And you know that that's your obligation and you're not doing it and so your partner keeps reminding you and then they do it themselves. That can be a turn off too. Why? Not because, you know, it seems like you just don't know how to take out the trash, but because it's showing that you are not considerate of them. You know that they have other responsibilities and you still let them pick up the slack for your responsibilities. So it's not the thing that's the turn off. It's the thing that's underneath. It's underneath the thing. It's, what does this thing make me feel? It makes me feel inconsiderate when you don't take out the trash. It makes me feel unsafe when you talk to other women. That's how you can figure out what the turnoffs are. And if you can overcome those things together and say, well, screw flirting with other people, I want you and only you and you start really giving them that devotion in that attention. I mean, watch your sex life transform. You know? So that's just something that I wanted to throw in there. Yeah. Yeah, I want to share a personal example too, because it's very on topic of what we're talking about the other day. I drove I drove Bianca's car and I was driving around and then she got back from out of town. I didn't have a chance to fill up the tank for her and I left it on empty big mistake. So she got in her car to drive it and the gaslight was on. And she sent me a message. That was like, it wasn't like reactionary, but it was like, hey, it was. But not really though. It was like, hey, I just want to let you know that, you know, it doesn't make me feel good whenever you drive my car and leave it on empty, and it was an honest mistake on my part. Like I just didn't think of it..
"bianca" Discussed on Generation V
"Start that journey. Snaps. Snaps. Yeah, everything Bianca said, a 100% on point, in my opinion. And I would say it requires a bit of selfishness to start that journey if it feels unfamiliar if it feels like something you're not used to. Do exactly what she said, look at how you're spending your time, how you're spending your energy throughout the day. And just do a simple checklist, like a category of what are the acts that I'm doing for myself because I love myself. And that can seem selfish in nature, but we have to be selfish. We have to take care of ourselves first because if you don't, if you are constantly overextending yourself, if you are not maintaining your own boundaries, then that will eventually lead to burnout, it will all lead to depression. It will lead to negative emotions that will not allow you to show up fully in a loving way..
"bianca" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Active to join what right now. Texas. So, okay, so update. In December, I decided to run for Texas Senate district 11. Okay. It was last minute and. I was going up against when I say I told people I'm running against the RNC and the establishment. That's what you said. I said it. I was running against it. I rallies. Everywhere. Forums wherever I spoke the podcast. I'm running against the RNC and the establishment. And the establishment. Yeah. Meaning. The GOP. The GOP hour and seed, same people. Their same swamp. One of the other. So anyhow, but you're running as a GOP candidate. Because I'm still running out because I'm going to run a Republican ballot. But remember, we're grassroot and we are maga, so we are, you know, we're not the typical establishment. We're not rhinos. We're not rhinos. We're constitutional. We are. Exactly. So we are Republicans republic. Yes. So, sorry, I decided to run for office. And I get sick. So I'm really sick all of January, so I'm really behind, so I don't really kick off my campaign till really like almost the last of January, but right at the beginning of February. And early voting starts mid February. Wow. Bianca. Yes. And so, and so. Anyhow, so the primary is March march 1st. So our primary election is march 1st. So what happens is, well, no, we kick butt. I have an operation like no other. And people are doing people are doing these men that I'm running against are doing polling. What now? Polls, the polls are taking doing polls. They're doing some polling. Pulling you. Yeah, but they don't push out the debt, the data. So I'm like, why are they not posting the data, right? If you're pulling and you're doing good, you want to brag about it. Well, they wouldn't put the polls out. So I knew something was up, right? So anyway, election day, March 1st. When we go through primary, I mean the early buddy. Yeah, 'cause I remember testing base with you during this time. Don't bother me. Come by me. That was so busy, overly busy. So on election day, machines go down. Polling locations get closed, not enough clerks to work on their Republican end. And then we find out that there was some that were not also had to be closed because they didn't have enough people on the democratic either. So it's kind of like a whole county issue thing. And so anyway, one of my strong polling locations. The machine goes down and they can't even get it up and running till like one o'clock in the afternoon. So the polls closed all morning to my voters. This is my stronghold. So my girl is working the polling locations like, I don't know what to do and I said, well, we're trying to tell them to go well, right? But they won't go. Because they vote in that little neighborhood, right? It's not a little labor. It's fine, neighborhood, and there's a polling location in the middle. Of the neighborhoods. Okay. So these people are pissed. I mean, they're mad because remember election integrity is a big deal right now. So the polls are now down so I talked to the presiding judge that was running that polling location. I said, what the hell happened? And he says, it took me three technicians to know that I was working my ass off and it took three technicians for me to finally figure out for them to find and figure out what was wrong with the machine. I said, what was wrong with it? Because it wasn't calibrated. So it went down. And he was in charge of that. Well, the county. They didn't calibrate the machines. Okay? And so anyhow, so this happens, and there's issues all day long, right? Then we start getting the accounts of that some locations. We're not given the appropriate ballot or the appropriate paper ballot. Some people got an 8 by 11, some people got an 8 by 14. And some of them have barcodes at the bottom, which is standard, and certain takeaway, and some didn't. So there's problems with the paper well. Then we hear that the machines, the scanner, that they were getting jammed and not working, 'cause they went down. Well, what's happening to the ballot that you would print out, your receipt, and you go scan it, it smeared the ballot. So they called in 18 people, okay? They called in 18 people in these 18 people had to sit and go through not all the ballots. They didn't even go through all the ballots. The only went through some ballots that they targeted through increasing where they wanted certain results to come out. So they got the ballot and this is what I was told. They were sworn to own. They're not supposed to talk about this, but there's been some people that have talked about it, okay? And they said, I said, well, what did you do with a smeared ballot? And was it just the first page or second page that is both? Okay, well what y'all do with them? Well, we had to look at the ballot and try to figure out who we thought that the person voted for. What do you mean you were trying to figure out what a person voted for? Yeah, we just had to try to do the best we could. And say, well, they made the interpretation. They made the interpretation. 18 people. And so anyway, so then that happens. And then so all this is going down. So on the night of election, polls closed and as you know, when the polls closed, the first numbers start coming out from early voting and mail in ballots. I come in first place with 44% of the vote with 8000 votes something. What time? What time is this? At 8 21 p.m. and the next person underneath me is the rhino established guy establishment guy who is paid Trump for the $250,000 for the endorsement. So he paid for an endorsement. Yes, he did. And it's document. I sent you the documents, okay? I sent them all to you. So he pays for the endorsement. And then, and then on top of paying for the endorsement, okay, so this guy is below me at 6000 votes. So he's at 32% on 44% or something. Some 37 and 44 something that I brought in. All of a sudden, the numbers go wacky all over the place. They're all over the place, right? And you don't even know who to believe in who to listen to. So we stay connected with the Secretary of State because that's where you're supposed to get the most valid. You know, numbers. But it's then 10 o'clock at night and I'm really exhausted because you know we ran us like staunch campaign, right? So it's ten 30 and I'm like, guys, I can't even keep my eyes open. I gotta go to bed. Y'all just wake me up in the morning, tell me what happened, 'cause I'm too tired to even care right now. Wake up in the morning about 7 a.m., we turn on the TV. They haven't declared a winner. Wow. He's at miraculously, I don't know, 30 something thousand votes, and I'm at 12,000 votes or 10,000 votes, whatever it was, right? And he's got 56%. He's got 30 6% number 18% of the vote. Okay? So anyway, I get these people start calling me and they're like, hey, don't give up. Don't give up. They said Harris county stopped counting. What what? Yeah, they've only done 50% of the vote is in for Harris county. Which is my stronghold. So the other two counties that already come in, but the other, my big stronghold had not been, they stopped counting. Okay? Because so many freaking issues. So they only have 50% of the vote so they're like, hey Bianca, hang in there, you know? So we wait from there. Wednesday, Thursday. And there's all kinds of stuff going on in the county. There's lawsuits, there's people trying to file in junk. I mean, all kinds of craziness, right? Care is counties under scrutiny for voter integrity again. And so Friday morning comes and Friday morning, I look at the, 'cause I'm still trying to keep up with the numbers. So Friday morning you got this on your little paper. I sent it to you. Friday morning comes, and on Friday morning, at a.m. 8 20 something a.m., I am sitting at 12,000 votes. By 11 o'clock in the morning, no what actually Wednesday at 11 o'clock in the morning, they declare him a winner. 'cause he's got 56% of votes. But yet, not everything had come in. It was that 50 something percent of the vote. And who's today? Who declares the state this? The media people. They were like decline in a winner. So anyway, but fast forward to Friday again, so it's 8 a.m.. 5 p.m. or something. I get media reaches out to me. They're like, do you care to comment about the vote change? And I'm thinking what vote change. And at this point, I thought was shoot maybe all the votes have come in and maybe somehow now I'm in a runoff where I've won. Oh no. I don't know what to think. So I go in and I look, and it's now 6 something. Yeah, I'm Friday night. Three days later, after election, now I'm at 8% of the vote and have 4000 votes. So they're like, this doesn't happen. You don't just lose votes. Yeah, exactly. What happened? What happened? Okay? So all this stuff happens. And anyway, so I don't know what to think, right? So anyway, a friend of mine calls me and says, hey, you know, there's some crazy crap going on. And what happened to Republicans is happening to Democrats. So we seek out an attorney and an attorney helps us and we follow bipartisan lawsuit about this election integrity stuff. Okay? So we do a press conference. Bipartisan Prescott. Bipartisan press conference. Which is normally you don't see that in a election integrity shit. Right. So it's a bipartisan, and a language is really bad. Sorry. So the person who comes forward as well with us, to stand with us today, sitting judge up 35 years, moderate, moderate Democrat, right? Old school Democrat. And so it's almost like a Republican rhino. Yeah. But they did him in the AOCs and the Nancy Pelosi of the Democratic Party. Yeah. Did it end? So he's pissed, right? So anyway, so all this happens, well, once that happens and it's out in the air right, we start getting more information and Intel in. But one of the things that comes to me is somebody sends me an email and says, you didn't get this for me. And if you ever say you did, you know, on tonight. And I'm thinking, what the hell is this? So I opened up the piece of document they sent me. Ready to come from? I can't tell you. They'll deny it anyway. So remember. So say it. Well, I can't. No, 'cause I don't know. No, I don't know. 'cause they just gave me it was from an email. I don't know who it is. I don't. So they just said if you ever say before this came from maybe disposing the email, I don't know, because it does not name. There's no name. There's no buy somebody. It's like a weird ABC kind of thing kind of thing. You know, like not ABC, but you know what I'm talking about, it's not even a name of an email. It's like weird. Anyway, look at the form and I'm like, I don't even know what this is. What is this? What are you sending me? They said that was the exit poll. Okay. And I'm looking at it. This is something you've sent to me? Yes. Thank you. Yeah. So there were several people that were running, where they said, runoff, run RO runoff and winner winner winner winner, right? I was a winner. In the exit poll. Okay. So not even a runoff. I was winner in the exit poll. So I'm like, I'm pissed. Well, then now more information comes in. And a journalist is supposed to break this story out. I think this Monday. He was waiting. He was digging and getting his facts together. The guy who won is the chairman of the freedom caucus, okay? So he's holier than thou. Okay? And on top of being a whole year. Oh, your ride is here. So holier than now, and then so anyway, so then he is not just the chairman of free college. He also calls folks. The he goes sponsored the election integrity Bill. He's a co sponsor Bill. He co sponsored the bill of election integrity. In the state of Texas. So what they send me is he signed up to run for office on November 30th with the Republican Party of Texas notarized paper. And on there says I've been living in this district for two months. The potential sponsor. You will now go and.
"bianca" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Each rocket here for a discussion is the truth. Folks, thanks for listening. This is probably the final interview that will be conducted for me at the clay Garth vent in San Diego. And Bianca gar Gracia who I consider a very good friend, but I still can't get your last name. Right. Bianca, let's say so the last time we spoke, we were both in Dallas or San Antonio. Dallas. It was Dallas, and we were with the fellow that had gotten kicked.
"bianca" Discussed on Generation V
"You need me to help you find a therapist. Do you need to talk to somebody else. Because i'm not skilled enough space for you. And i don't wanna be overwhelmed myself just being on being honest with the other. Yeah not putting that expectation on your partner to wear all of the different hats you know to expect your partner to be able to be that space holder for you to know what to say whenever you share your deepest darkest secrets or or or the things that you don't know how to process on your own. They might not be qualified to process. So i fully You know i'm grateful for bianca to Always be encouraging me to go to therapy. Because it was the big shift that ever happened in my life and i can really look at my life and see that was the in like the inflection point For me to be able to Consciously head straight into the storm So to speak and face all of those things so that i could come through the other side and as a new new person and Now we we do have a very different dynamic of our relationship. We say it all the time that was like our old relationship like that was two totally different people and a totally different Union compared to the one that we have now and like. I said we're not we're not perfect and we still have so much to learn. But we're we really wanted to do this. Podcast because we feel like there might be somebody out there that could be experiencing the same thing or or has experienced the same thing and You know it's just through the lens of our experience and we both know how much we've been able to grow and learn from it by choosing to stay in this relationship in heal those wounds With each other because a lot of what we are carrying a lot of our patterns are unconscious..
"bianca" Discussed on Generation V
"Yeah i want wanna talk about that a little bit. Because i'm i'm not advocating for you know if you break up immediately go see other people or anything like that. This is just our experience doing relationship coaches. Do you feel is best in your situation. If you're going through something like this but in our experience or my experience especially It allowed me to see that the the pattern still existed. You know like these cycles still exist. Even without the the person there so it wasn't bianca. It was a new person and this this recurring cycle of who attracted into my life and what qualities i was looking for Were still rooted in that. Same wounded masculine self. That i was seeking validation and stuff like that so but now i had the awareness of the pattern. So i could see it and before whenever we went our date or you know have relationship. I couldn't see it so that was a really profound experience for me because i was like I thought i healed this but here it is again in a new form and a new person so it wasn't bianca. This was a me thing on the common denominator here. So that really allowed me to to honor that growth within myself to be like this person's awesome. I am attracted to them. I love these qualities about them but this is something that i'm trying not to recreate so i'm just gonna i. I clearly have more work to do on myself. So i'm going to distance myself from this person shifted over to a friendship and continue to do work on myself because i still have work to do. Yeah and i experienced the same thing with recognizing patterns reappearing in new dynamics with brand new people and that was really really good learning experience for me as well because it was actually a couple days before i ran into nearby. And we you know set up this reiki session. Is that this. This person that i had been seeing a little bit..
"bianca" Discussed on Generation V
"The relationship thing is that i both of both neiman. I believe in all different types of relationship dynamics which is why we were open to that. We thought when we came to the decision we were like okay. Let's do this. We weren't doing it because we were trying to salvage our relationship. We are because we thought that there was no other option. We thought that okay. Maybe things aren't working because we're actually just not super monogamous people and maybe we need to just try something different and i i love you and i and i want you to like live in your full expression and that was why we we ended up there but when we started working with the coaches. Yeah it was. It was the most intense. So this is now like june of twenty twenty And i just want to rewind it. Just a little bit just to talk about that first week when i worked with them individually because basically they were just like we wanna test you and see if you're willing to go to the depths that you need to go to in order to do this work because we know something's here we can't really identify what it is and so for that first week i worked with them and they asked they sent me a questionnaire and you know one of the first things that they asked was you know what are some of the things that you think you need to work on and the first thing that i put it wasn't even anything about bianca it was about my childhood and my relationship with my mom and my dad and how you know for the past thirty years. I haven't ever talked about this with anybody. I think i may be opened up two times in my life about childhood In a vulnerable way. And both times i was you know that was the first time i dipped my toe into feeling safe enough to share and both times. They were met with reactions. That made me feel even more unsafe to share..
"bianca" Discussed on Generation V
"Our relationship started and we did. We did love each other and also have a lot of insecurities as well and i and one thing to know. Is that at this time. In two thousand seventeen we were both on social media. We were sharing are bought bodybuilding journeys and fitness and i was sharing a lot about my returnee of having recovered from eating disorder. But i was a lot more confident than i was. Let's say three years prior in two thousand thirteen but my level of confidence then to now is night day. I was still in a really really dark place whenever Meaning my start dating. And then i experienced a really traumatic event that following month after i moved moved in with a roommate and he took his own life and i found him and that was really really hard for both of us. Because nima was the only person i could lean on. It didn't know anybody else in that area where we lived so Our relationship went from being this new fun relationship to all of a sudden i just experienced this trauma and i'm really insecure and going through all these things and i'm just leaning on this person who was not ready for all of that. Yeah and also this. This event that was deeply traumatic for bianca Also touched my childhood wound to because i had a history of Suicide in my family or suicidal attempts in my family And my my grandmother committed suicide and also My mother had struggled In my earlier years of adulthood with a suicidal attempt. So this was something that i had never talked about really with with her or anybody because i had a lot of shame around it and did not want or know how even articulate the the level of trauma that i experienced as a kid and it was something that was very new to me and very unprocessed and very raw so even the thought of seeing it and witnessing it firsthand just brought up so much.
"bianca" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
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"bianca" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"At all so I i met her through this inclusion and engagement Class thing that she did through national dance coaches association. She was heavily involved in that. And i just loved what she had to say about it. She's very passionate about that topic. She talks a little bit about that during the interview I also have just nothing but love and respect for her because She went ahead and submitted footage of her team. For the jamie. O'neal collaboration the world goes on and had told me you know it's just not the best and i assured her that that is okay and and i know she. She did it because she knew that the the whole spirit of the Of the collaboration was just positively and everyone just sort of nobody was looking back. Great you know At that point in time. And so i just will forever love her for just being like yes go ahead include it because i thought it was important to have them involved in it and i also thought it was important to kind of show that you know it. It's not As good as what it normally one of their performances normally would have would have been so keep that my mind to if you're thinking to yourself oh. I don't know if i want to be involved in this collaboration. Just send it. You won't be sorry so Anyway so she shares all kinds of great like concrete ideas that you can use but she also shares a lot of philosophical stuff to that I think makes her such a great coach and makes the team so great in ways that are kind of surprising you know not suit not sue sylvester at all so here. She is bianca..
Afghanistan: LGBTQ People Fear for Their Lives Under Taliban Rule
"In afghanistan. The lgbtq community is concerned about the future. Well homosexuality has long been criminalised in the country advocates. Fear the situation. We'll get more dangerous. Under the taliban strict version of islamic rule many members of the community are now in hiding and hoping to flee the country. the world's bianca hillier reports. I recently got on the phone with a twenty four year. Old in afghanistan she identifies as a lesbian and for years has been a vocal defender of lgbtq and women's rights in the country people have been targeted for similar beliefs in the past. So we're not using her name out of concern for her safety. She's been on the move for the past couple of weeks trying to stay out of the taliban's path now. I'm staying with frames. But i cannot stay here for a long time seriously. I mean one way but after that food shore taliban come to your home twice now she's been told. The taliban came to where she was staying shortly after she left. She says they've asked for her by name. And she believes they're targeting her because of her identity and activism inspect polygon governing busy coop noise but international community and all countries in jimmy on woman when malta future in afghanistan. She told me she saw this danger coming awhile ago. So she reached out to a man who she'd met through an lgbtq facebook page. He's also an activist and identifies as gay but in august the two of got married because they both knew they'd be safer under taliban rule if they were in a heterosexual marriage. All right. did they won't such money on cnn. Based on escaping from taleban will just husband and wife to be saved from taliban on the future of lgbtq people in afghanistan is unclear as details of the new government and what laws it will enforce remain vague
"bianca" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
"To hear from a few other voices on this journey so subtle and get curious. Here's bianca and jason bianca so excited to have you on the show. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me. I'm excited we're going to start with a heavy hitting question because i heard through the grapevine that you love the west wing love the west wing and so. I think this is important for our listeners. Because we're always looking for like lisa resources and i think the west wing is a underappreciated leadership resource absolutely. Tell me what you love about it. You know i think it gave me a glimpse into leadership. I'm not even kidding. Yeah so. I was young when the show came out. I never watched it. Just recently on net flicks popped up as suggested to watch. And so i watched and i after i mean maybe maybe three episodes. I was hooked. I smashed all the seasons accomplished. After that i felt like i did a little. Nba an executive leadership by watching the west wing. I think that's totally true. Sarkin is like my leadership guru. It's like patrick rachelle. Sometimes i say the erez by a spirit animal and i think have fairly rapid pace of speaking that sometimes you wanna hey slowdowns said no because i got to talk like errands Rights we x four. I people say oh you talk so fast no you listen slow slow you know and i want everyone who's ever told me that i talk fast and listen to this so that somebody else when i say it but when you say no i mean it's me but you're mexican so is it. Can i say that totally can get a real word. Made it up at dad's mexican mom's puerto rican in so it's best of both worlds is one of my best friends johann. He's a puerto rican and persian. So he calls puerto persian. There you go. Yes i question and we can come back to the west wing as many times as we want to. Just give us a rundown of all the different game. You're playing include like the books and the things. It sounds so bad because it sounds like there's a lot of things. I would say streamline the most important thing right now is her family stepkids thank you. We haven't killed them. Praise god and accident like on purpose. Exactly yeah So i think our family is unique. Because we're a blended family and we're also a multiracial family so my kids are quarter korean. My husband's of german descent. I'm mexican lending gotta we've really do So family first and foremost is our priority. We wanna make sure that our kids Develop a relationship with god journey faith in our commitment number one is to them. Are our third baby because we have two teenagers. Baby is the church and so The father says orange county is almost three years old will be celebrating three months and are thirty three years in a couple of months and then there's also in the name of love which is a nonprofit organization and it started with the intent of resourcing and mentoring next generation where we really found found a great spot within jails and prisons. And so you know i. It sounds so weird. I tell people like that went back to jail. That's always a great and road so we we have that in then My husband is a small and so he does like freelance somalia stuff on the side and we love. The church started just in case. People don't know what that is. It is a wine expert and so just like categorize very hard. It's very hard to level. Four is a master song which is the highest and to become a message home. It's harder than med school surgeon residency many many years. So i wanna brag on him. he's come on with distinguish maritz. I'm so proud of him. And the has its own artistry. Absolutely he plays himself as the german. You know organized person but that there's like l. Absurd sophistication to that absolutely so you're both artists. Yes yes and both creative. And in addition to that i write books and i have a podcast and i travel and speak so then. Okay a couple of things here one is. This is kind of a lazy question but okay how do you how do you do it all and i don't mean that like how do you do not like that. But more like what's this is systems is that is that as you learned as creative that you needed structure and systems. Is that amplify your say. The leadership answer for this podcast is yes great systems instructor. I live guca counter. Does not own me. I own it but i stay very structure because of that but i would really say the earnest. Honest answer from my heart is the burden. I'm gonna cry the burden for people you know. Just i love resourcing people to see what is inside of them michelangelo or if we want to be correct. Nickel ngelo was one of the greatest if not the greatest sculptors and he took a piece of ugly rock and eventually when his budget increased marble and when he created the talk. When i was beautiful pieces that is in in rome to this day in saint peter's basilica he said i didn't i didn't chisel it out. She called to me. And i feel like deep within the soul of people. There is a silent voice. Do you can just get quiet enough. You could listen to the song that is just oozing out of their heart begging to be heard. That's what i love doing. He's doing everything orients around that. So you're listening. One is if you're not caught up by that increases explore that will actually the next question's gonna be about how other people can begin digging into that but also finding your why finding the thing. If you're not connected to the thing that makes you tear up and see beauty or see god that might be something worth getting into and be be amazed at how expands your capacity to create. Have a reason for it.
"bianca" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
"Relevant leadership conversations. You the curious leader ashland your producer and host today. Let's get curious about leading out of the place of authenticity. I think i've self identified the first time. I i'm leader in. I'm good leered. I would love to tell people out there who just may be like. I'm not a leader I don't really wear this well. No matter whites whether you agree with the assessment or not. You're leading when. I say the word leader. What comes to your mind. Maybe it's a ceo in a corner office. Maybe it's a serial entrepreneur running a million miles an hour. Maybe type a tough as nails. Supervisor would no time for small talk. You know. the truth is they're all types of leaders and ironically some of us have an image of leadership that actually makes it difficult to identify ourselves as leaders. It can lead us to ask. What does it actually mean to be a leader today. We're going to hear from someone who even as she was actually leading still struggle to embrace the title leader. Join us as bianca. What is all unpacked. Some of her journey with jason jaggard from our global leadership. Podcast uncle will also walk through. Why leaving while is so important. The importance of creating a team of diverse thinkers and leading authentically plus so much more. You're also going to hear from a few other voices on this journey so subtle and get curious. Here's bianca and jason bianca so.
"bianca" Discussed on The Corner
"Some fucking good matches. I don't need you in the main title picture. Because how are you gonna make women to face if every time you come around your push them to the back purple. Not because bianca is spiritual bianca's all here because becky's not if becky was here we might have a different wrestlemainia match. That's a hundred percent true. And there's there's been no circumstances right by where we would sharla was outright. What happened in susa came back right in the title bryan title. Picture by by nikki nikki. Nikki bye bye. Bye bye nikki. It's over she woman in the bank cashing the next day lost title. Did all this should happen to the thirty day period. It is over it is over. There's no rehab for that. So i don't know like they say they believe and bianca. But can you really be somebody that got squashed and twenty seven seconds. Can you really say that. Do you think charlotte would ever get squashed in two thousand seven seconds. No ever ever never in her career. That'd be the end a woman exactly my point. That's my argument. So when i talk about race in this situation i'll put a button on it. We'll move onto the rest when i talk about racists talking about optics i don't think the visually i wanna crush the black women but what he did in front of all these people color in that crowd and all these people watching at home because we saw bianca bianca isn't yoga hasn't gotten over over yet like she's over but she's not over over and she needed beat like a sasha to go over like the really prove yourself but when we sit there and we watch all women that dress makes your own gear like flexes on black history month flexes and we all go gas. Our girl married to montas four. That's black love. They post they have their website that honors black historians that. They have a website for that. I'll talk to be about an tears. Like they are part of us. So when i said vince squash black excellence. I'm not saying he purposely went out there and it was out killing black excellence. No i'm saying what we just saw is the woman that we backed yacht. Didn't even think twice about what she meant was because it was more important to put becky over in that moment. That's what i mean the optics fucked up because we know what kofi mint us because it wasn't just winning the title of daniel bryan because he's a great worker is a black of african porn. Champion at wrestlemainia. Daniel bryan put him over and we lost our shit. Then you're like well braga's back time to give up the ghost. Let's get back to normal is what that felt like i. I don't know what to say to. The people were making about rate. It's it's the definition of why color blindness is problematic as problematic as being racist or doing something with militias racial intent. Sometimes being color blind and blind to those who need representation is equally as bad. And that's what we see here. It was the decisions were probably made objectively. But you alienated so many people. Because you just don't care you don't care about people's feelings you're not taking people into account that shady so yeah like they gotta do better in regards but the funniest. There's one part of this whole shit. It's as soon as this happened. You look at me like yours ago..
Bianca Andeescu's Routine
"Hey there, Terry here. It's question-and-answer day, and I've been getting some questions about Lexie, routines. And what are some shareable routines. Well, coincidentally, yesterday. I spoke about Lexie partnering with Bianca and rescue, the Canadian Tennis champion, and she actually has a routine that they created that you can share. You can use her routine wage. And Amazon, says that when you use her routine, it's basically what she does on a matchday. And when you start this routine, you will get off crowds cheering you on, you'll get a compliment. You'll get our meditation skill and this is so they say what, Bianca would go through on a matchday. So you can actually experience. Bianca's routine. How you set this up? You simply say, Lexi start, Bianca's routine, and then you will be good to go. So give that dog. Try. I think that's a lot of fun and I will be back tomorrow with some other announcements. Take
Top Seeds Fall: Bianca Andreescu, Belinda Bencic, Sofia Kenin Upset at Wimbledon
"Three major upsets occurring at Wimbledon in the women's draw as fourth seeded Sofia Kenin loses her second round match to fellow American Madison Brengle. Fifth seeded Bianca and Rescue Falls trade sets at least cornett 19 Belinda Bencic loses two K adjuvant Notable winners include two seed Arena. Some Bellanca third seed Elina Svitolina, seventh seeded Eagles. Frantic eight seed Karolina Pliskova and 11 See Garvey.
"bianca" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"Guess we're just gonna have to sit back and just watch bianca shine against the the bill building. They hit me in stephen way better than before. She pulled down in needed.
Actor Esmé Bianco Sues Marilyn Manson, Alleging Sexual Abuse
"Facing more claims of sexual abuse game of Thrones actress as May, Bianco has filed a lawsuit against the singer saying he physically sexually and emotionally abused her and her lawyer tells ABC News. Bianca was interviewed by the FBI and gave them evidence relating to human sex trafficking crimes. No comment from Manson and CIA's
Chicago mayor calls for foot chase policy change following deadly shooting
"Chicago police departments foot pursuit policy this after last week's deadly shooting of 13 year old Adam to lay, though at Bianca's director of communications and public policy for a C L U Illinois, he says the city was warned about flaws in this policy several years ago four years ago. The Department of Justice. The U. S Department of Justice and its report about policing in the city pointed out that these kinds of events actually were one of the main drivers of the use of excessive force against Brown and black people all across Chicago. Lightfoot says she wants changes in place by summer, saying it's one of the most dangerous parts and times of year for policing. The majority of yesterday's proceedings
'Real Housewives' star Jen Shah arrested on federal fraud charges
"Welcome back to another episode of reality casey. I hope that you had a great week. But i'm gonna tell you who add a week and that is gen shah for real housewives of salt lake city. She was arrested and charged this week in connection with a telemarketing scheme. That defrauded many of whom are over the age of fifty. Five according to a superseding indictment. That was unsealed this week. Persistent stuart smith was also arrested and charged tuesday. Both shot and smith appeared before. Us judge dustin pete in salt lake city. Federal court on tuesday manhattan. Us attorney andre strauss said jennifer shaw. Who portrays herself. As a wealthy and successful businessperson on reality tv and stuart smith who was portrayed as her first assistant allegedly generated and sold lead list of innocent individuals for other members of their scheme to repeatedly scam in actual reality and as alleged the so-called business opportunities pushed on the victims by shaw smith and their co-conspirators were just fraudulent schemes motivated by greed to steal victims money and now these defendants face time in prison for their alleged crimes. Special agent in charge. Peter fits us said sean smith for of lavish lifestyle to the public as a symbol of their success. In reality they allegedly built their opulent lifestyle at the expense of vulnerable often elderly working class people as alleged disturbingly. Sean smith objectified. They're very real human victims as leads to be bought and sold offering their personal information for sale to other members for their fraud ring working with our partners at the nypd and the united states attorney's office southern district of new york and with the assistance of hsi. Salt lake city. New york worked to ensure that sean smith will answer for their alleged crimes as a result their new reality may very well turn out differently than expected.
Being gay in Ghana: LGBT community is 'under attack'
"The world now to West Africa and Gamma. That nation has long been look to as a beacon of stability on the African continent. Ghana was the first sub Saharan country to gain independence. Gonna instill pride themselves on their freedoms. But that liberty isn't afforded to everyone Consider the LGBT Q community there. Recently, Public acts of homophobia in Ghana have pushed LGBT Q gun and into the national spotlight. World's Bianca Hillier reports January 31st was supposed to be the start of something new and Ghana How crazy it was opening ceremony for the country's first ever LGBTQ center. Alex Dong core is the director of LGBT Plus Rights, Ghana, the organization running the space. Way wish to create a peaceful ourselves as a movement to be able to sit down and strategize and mobilize and quartered needs be sources. Honors. LGBTQ community has a history of fighting for freedom. But most of this organizing has been done online for security reasons. So this physical space in across signaled new opportunities, but it didn't last long. Moses fall moaning, heads up Ghana's National Coalition for proper sexual rights and family values and quickly put up a fight the presidency and the minister of foreign affairs and the RGB have every right to investigate the setting up of that office to close it down immediately and arrest and prosecute those people involved in it. In the weeks following the LGBT Q Center's opening Fella moaning led a campaign to shut down the space. Archbishop Philip Nama, president of the Ghana Catholic Bishopsconference quickly echoed the stands on local television. This practice is completely foreign to our Ghanaian culture. And the law should be friend and such a way that It is punishable in a very
More U.S. States Expand Vaccine Eligibility
"We heard President Biden on Thursday night. Talk about Having states drop eligibility down to any adult who would like it to be eligible by May 1st. Not that they would be vaccinated by my first but to be eligible by that. Veronica. What are you watching for? In terms of the week ahead. I think that the governor has hinted at making some announcements pretty soon as he continues to lower the age, he said, Be, you know, look out for her after he loves the 60 expected to go pretty quickly and this month, as Bianca had mentioned earlier by April that it will open up to Maybe just generally tall adult. It's a bit unclear, so I'll be watching to see how demand goes. And what what changes in terms of state rules and and following whatever I can to help our listeners indeed. And you can find Veronica on social Media to share your experience. Bianca, How about for you? In the week ahead. I think I'm still interested in you know this This phenomenon receiving of sites. We're kind of playing welcome. All right, with all these sites that are all of a sudden, you know, realizing they don't have enough people. So they're just opening it up to anybody because, you know, even as your you have people who are ineligible and are still getting the vaccine. There are people who you know, it's almost like showing documentation is a step. Backwards, right? Like here, you're getting less of a chance or more of a chance of getting rejected. So I will still be watching. You know how the state handles those cases and if it is, fate decide by sight. How you know people are are dealing with getting rejected. And you know where they're able to actually get a shot. Danny, How about for you? Right. Well, I'll be echo a lot of what Monica and Janka said, Um, I am gonna be looking out for if Florida will increase any level of clarity about where essential workers, um, different professions. Um That are under 50 years. 60 or whatever the press hold is that that that given point just If there's more clarity on where these people fit into the big picture, I think that would help everyone and it would probably slow down these bum rushes that we that we get every time that there's word that someone's lowering the threshold. But that kind of clarity is important because the last thing you wanted people to operate on the assumption that they can't get the vaccine when some of them might get the vaccine, So the more clarity there is on Kind of the the hierarchy or the tear, the better It'll be for everyone. Any Rivero and Veronica's
The Legacy of Trauma: Can Experiences Leave A Biological Imprint?
"Okay so we are talking about epa genetic. Stay where do we start areola. Well we gotta go back to the basics genetics minus the abbey part so most of the time when we think of genetic changes. We think about dna mutations be squeezed changes in the actual sequence of dna. Yeah and it turns out. This isn't the whole story. Our dna is covered in small molecules. That tell her body had a use the dna. Brian dies gave me a great metaphor to describe all this. He teaches at the university of southern california school of medicine. So within you. And i is a book of life which is our dna and that dna needs to be read. And if our dna is a book of life than those small molecules i was talking about our punctuation marks and depending on what punctuation is where the book is going to be read very differently. Meaning those markers can amplify or down certain parts of our dna so when we talk about epigenetics were talking about how these molecules around our dna affect our dna is read exactly and we can see this really clearly in different parts of our body. How well every cell in our body has the same blueprint the same dna. But we know that not every cell in our body is the same we don't have. We don't have is growing in our fingertips. Speak for yourself over there so look even though ourselves all have the same dna. The dna is being used differently in different cells. And i'm guessing epigenetics has something to do. Yes our ib genetic markers vary in different parts of our body in the i for example. There's certain markers that say you become an i cell and suppress everything will make you a tooth. And here's the thing. Our environment and behaviors change our genetics. All the time not enough to make peace start growing out of your eyes. I promise but still changing. Yeah and i. I remember learning about this discovery in grad school and it being revolutionary like oh our environment can affect our genetics in real time without actually changing the sequence of our dna at all. Yeah and of course. It's more complicated than that. But this field is a really big deal. It's shown us that different environmental factors like diet and pollution can change our epi genetic markers and now people are trying to figure out if trauma and stress also cause genetic changes and if they do can. These changes be passed down like the dutch hunger study. We talked about earlier right. Yeah among others now look. We can't assume too much from these human studies. They have small sample. Sizes are tons of confounding variables. Right right i mean. Isn't it possible that these descendants are more likely to have these diseases due to social factors. Yes i asked bianca the same question she said. I sure that's a problem with human studies. it's really hard to separate the learned experience from the biological one. It is hard to say that a parent who has starred will now then treat food in the same way apparent who is not starved. And what we're interested in looking at is if we remove the parent from the situation and we just have the sperm cells and the exiles doll the work. Do we still see these changes and one way to start to figure that out is doing animal studies. Right so brian. The scientists who gave us that cool metaphor earlier did some of the first groundbreaking research on this. He basically introduced male mice to a particular smell. And when we exposed the meister smell we administer a very mild foot. Shaw that we i are selves at. We know it's not painful but mildly annoying to the mouse and as a consequence that particular smell becomes stressful to the parental generation.
Norway museum: Munch wrote 'madman' sentence on 'The Scream'
"Recognizable paintings of our time It's been discussed, studied and gawked out for more than a century, especially during this pandemic. And even after all this time and all this talk, new details are being revealed. Here's the world's Bianca Hillyer. Even if you've seen the scream in a museum, you probably haven't gotten close enough to see the sentence that scrawled in the paintings. Top left hand corner. Written in Norwegian, It translates to can only have been painted by a madman. The inscription is very hard to read. The letters are quite tiny. Do you have to know it's there to find it? My brake Cooling is an Edvard Monk's specialist and the curator of the National Museum of Art in Norway, she says. People have known these words were on the painting for more than 100 years. But there's been debate over who wrote the inscription. Some researches have assumed it was by monk himself, but it has been acknowledged as a general truths that it was not by monk himself. By Texas visited to the exhibition where it was on display. Most people think of museum go our graffiti, the famous painting back in the late 18 hundreds, grueling, says. Nobody really bothered to look into the mystery more carefully. Until the National Museum decided that the answer was an important part of history. They took infrared scans of the painting and started analyzing the handwriting going smooth letters and notes known from monks archive. We can letter by letter word by word. Compare. It's obviously certain hand grueling and her team say that's proof. The late artist wrote this inscription himself. Experts also believe they now know when Monk added the note. I think it was written a few years after the painting was finished following an exhibition in Oslo. The critics were really harsh. They said that this showed that he was mentally ill. It was abnormal. He was degenerated. I think this was a direct reaction to this situation where he was being accused of being mad. This baseless accusation hit home for Monk as there was a history of mental illness in his family. Writing that the scream could only have been painted by a madman was away for the artist to regain control of the narrative. It says how experimental move quarrels and how little regard he paid to the rules of water. Not work should look like and how he should behave towards it is art in time going, says knowing who authored this message will reveal more about monk himself. The Scream has long been described as a portrait of the human soul, and it will be on display again next spring at the National Museum of Art in Oslo. For the world I'm being
pisode #35 Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3
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Venus fights ankle injury, falls in straight sets
"Here We have lost the number of Grand Slam champions. Patrick of it's over twice. A Wimbledon champion was defeated today by Saronic Astaire of Romania lost 61 in the third set in that one Bianca and Rescue who's playing her first Grand Slam tournaments since winning the U. S Open in 2019, Because of all the injury she's had she's gone out of the hands of shade Su way of Chinese Taipei. We've also had defeat on the men's side for Stanford drinker today, So yeah, a lot of big names have gone but some of the bigger names like Serena Williams are still in the tournament. She was a comfortable win it. Yeah. How did she look? Serena, you know, 1st 1st round you look fine. Second round. How was she? She's looking like a favorite early doors. David. She does She looks I would say the best. She's looked in a number of years. I mean, these are two very straightforward when she's only lost five games in four sets so far. Today was against me in a stand of it, so you would expect it to win that one relatively comfortably. But she did, And she's turning 40 this year is Serena Williams. And yet she really does look like she could make some headway in this draw Her sister Venus, unfortunate She won't She lost for the winning just one game today, but turned her ankle and injured and me halfway through a match against sorrow. Ronnie You really wonder whether it might have been better off for it to retire, But she's showed incredible resilience and encourage in order to carry on play. But Venus Williams is
Falcon and Winter Soldier Trailer Breakdown
"But you and i are also excited on wants to come for falcon and the winter soldier which had its trailer today and even though it didn't give away too much it did show baron zemo back out and about looking to go ahead and restart his mission or finishes mission as he said it also showed the flag smashers which was an individual in the comics which seems to be now seemingly a group. That's giving falcon winter soldier problems. But the biggest problem between falcon in the winter soldier is themselves getting along and making them more. Like a buddy comedy. So i want to hear your thoughts on the trailer for falcon and the winter soldier. I thought it was kind of funny. How they started out. I mean they're obviously kind of in a therapy session and we know that they're going to have to learn to work together but they've always had the kind of argumentative relationship but they sort of bicker at each other. So i think we're gonna see that throughout the series until maybe hopefully at the end they can work better with each other. I'm super excited to see where the villains go. I think we don't really know that much about what's going on. In terms of the antagonists of the series are seem to be so many different forces at play here so we don't really know if they're all working together or they're just different forces against falcons in the winter soldier. But what i really like seeing from the trailer and we saw this in the last trailer from the disney investor. Day is the action which. I don't see people talking about this. The action scenes. They look like proper marvel movies. And that's really exciting for me to see like falcon flying through canyons and it looks like it looks really good. It looks like disney has spared. No expense as you
4-Step Self Care Breathwork Protocol To Beat The Blue Monday Syndrome]]]]]
"It's monday morning here on main street. Vancouver it's dry. It's cloudy and the weather is still an crisp. I woke up at five. Am did my morning. Routine had accord shower. And i'm feeling great right now. How you doing recently. I came across the term blue monday. Which is a name given to. The third monday of the year due to the combination of both christmas blues chord dark nights at least here in the northern hemisphere dismal results from the new year's resolutions that some of us have set and the arrival of unpaid credit card bills entered offered all in most parts of the word were still in a lockdown socially isolated mentally stimulated because of all the social media apps and there's a mass hysteria about the virus. And i know that it is very hard for most people around the world to deal with. And that's why i decided to put together a four part breath work protocol for you to try out. It is guaranteed to make you feel better. Promise me that you'll do this. And then you will reach out to me to give me some feedback. I want how it went for you. And how you fared after your promise. Now before we get started. I wanted to give a shoutout to magda who reached out to me with an email a few days back. And here's what you said jay. I started listening to your podcast. After i was recovering. From my niece edgy in may two thousand and twenty. Your show was my one. Stop shop to all things spiritual and bronzed on from there. Researching and learning about all sorts of different topics is much of wealth of knowledge from your shows. Many thanks for shedding it. All with us mukta. Thanks mugged up so glad that you get value from our shows and i appreciate you listening. I also wanted to quickly answer this. One question from kendall christine from our podcast. Facebook group is asked me this question. If someone's typical unconscious breeding Is impacted by trauma. How does one this store regular breathing patterns without actively making the self conscious and aware of their red twenty four by seven. And that's a great question and there are many ways to look at it. A simple way to look at it is when we expedient drama of any kind it creates an emotional signature that is stored inside our body as it a minor for us to avoid experiencing similar negative experiences in the future. It makes sense right so the body wants you to a wide. Negative expedients are another drama. Potentially in the future in so it's sort of adding a minder. Storing it in the body and this dramatic expedients how you breathe because we're always on the lookout for danger. Something suspicious on a stimulant that can lead to eight relapse off that same expedients typically when we breathe shallowly at his breathing only to the chest and not all the way down to your belly were unconsciously on a state of alert our fight or flight which is associated with high stress levels. High blood pressure and constricted blood vessels by learning how to correct our breathing consciously breathing diaphragm medically and breathing nearly through the nose rather than through the mouth. Were training our body to relax and active the rest and digest system. Initially you're doing it consciously but then over a period of time it becomes unconscious now. This breath work along with visualization and mantras and some journaling and other practices can slowly but surely release the health drama. So that your body is convinced that there is no danger and that you can breathe fully and easily just like any other habit through practice through repetition and self love you will unconsciously start breathing correctly in a way that supports your health and white daddy. For example at night. I is small piece of tip o'neill like a three m. micro poor small tape on my lips. Go train myself to breathe through my nose. Evil while i'm sleeping. I've endured that to snore sometimes at night and this advice from the book breath by james nestor has really helped. Correct my nocturnal breathing. Batons but again. Sometimes good habits can take time to farm and you need to shower yourself with self love index small steps baby steps because that will make all the difference. I hope that makes sense scandal. Thanks for asking me that question. And with that being said let us begin with our four step breath work protocol step one do and bianca younger literally means self love and it is an ira vedic self-care practice of oil massaging yourself to balance your dossiers. Relax nova system and make your skin glow. There are many ways to do this and some can take one or two hours. But i'm gonna give you the short and simple method. That will take about ten to fifteen minutes. Firstly
Thanks I Made Them! with Bianca Springer
"Everybody welcome to the stage. Please podcast. I'm your host lisa wolford and i am honored thrilled delighted and so happy to have the guests that we have today. I am speaking with bianca's springer of base. I made them and it's very difficult to summarize the aca and all the influence that she has provided in the leadership and the work that she has given to the sullen community. I will start by saying that. She is a blogger. She is a writer. A pattern designer. She's oetzi shopowner. She works in. Supports the international quilt. Show she hosts so in meet us she is a connoisseur of vintage patterns and she manufacturers pattern weights which holds a special place in my heart because i think that pins are the agents of chaos so i am so happy to welcome you here. The thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you and welcome. Thank you so wedged lisa. I am excited to be here and to be talking with you and i'm excited. I am the introvert. And this is not my wheelhouse. But this i am excited to do and i'm excited to talk to you. I am too. I am looking forward to it. So let's get started talking about your soul in journey. Where does your sewing story begin. Oh goodness i grew up in the bahamas and my mom's sewed all the time and functionally though or if felt that way it was such an every day occurrence should the machine was setup. She would make my school uniform. She would make her clothes for work. She do home to core. Whatever we needed she would just whip it up and made it seem easy. I i remember some watching her. Do the pleats. My sister and i went to private school. And all skirts were pleated and she would just sit at the machine. No pattern no markings. Just follow the. Please fold aplly all the way around and had whip on the beltway spanned and ham up at it just seems so effortless and that's what sewing was for me. It was it looked effortless. It look utilitarian. It was functional. But i didn't appreciate it as a creative outlet. It was just something we had to do. It was cheaper for my mom to make our uniform so she did so. I appreciate it to some extent. But i didn't embrace it i did. I would whip up a backpack just for the heck of it. She would make my costumes for the productions. I was in a in drama. And i was in a clown through and she made my clown costumes clown true and sorry. I don't know how gonna be able to get past that. You must tell us. Don't know how you thought you would just gonna slide by the word clown troupe. In that wasn't going to say nothing so pleased small digression to tell us what the clown troupe is okay so i went to private school and that is not helping me learn about clowns. I know i did not realize that. Somehow clowning wasn't essential characteristic. But that's okay. I'll let you continue on with the private school and then through very complicated story is so i. One of my one of my classes was drama and his inner drama class and then one of our teachers who my homeroom teacher started a little getting together to do little skits and we do little gets performed the chapel and the assemblies that our school and then she started to do. She took over the drama production of the school and i got excited in seventh grade. I was in joseph on the mazing technicolor dreamcoat. I was in the how i at. My excitement for drama started there and threw out junior high and high school. She created a group call street lights. It was a drama ministry through and we would put on drama sketches our school and go to churches and travel around the schools in the bahamas and then ultimately part of that drama turned into a clown ministry where we would perform for younger kids in schools at parties and some of those parties actually funded trips to cuba and the uk in wales. Yes so we were doing clowning with lucrative was.
Avianca Airbus A319 hits pyrotechnic balloon on landing at Bogota Airport
"An incident That happened very recently on the On new year's eve december thirty first twenty twenty an odd bianca airbus a three nineteen Got entangled with a hot air balloon. That i guess was Intended to shoot off like it's like a firework platform kind of balloon Let's see what do they call it. Exactly a pyrotechnic cairo technique but yeah pyrotechnic balloon Reported balloon had not been a pyrotechnics one started looking at something else. january third two twenty one. Columbia's aerocivil Caa reported that the hot air balloon was made paper plastics and some parts of aluminum Here let me show you some pictures here. So very festive i. They went planning on carrying passengers in this whole. Actually mike. we should ask balloon. Drivers is one not well in the chat room today. I don't know his grand seen them. now. This is a this is. This is a very customary and and south america latin america. Really so well you just you just you know you just light up. It's kind of like the fourth of july from down there. So you just you just send up. You know Fireworks and balloons and all sorts of stuff. And it's it's it's interesting actually but I could totally i totally see. This happening there Yeah lads with all these Streamers and stuff on it. That's a video there. yeah. I love that. That's a nice little. I think a little bit of drag actually new year's eve jackley. Can you imagine hitting the columbia's national federation of pyrotechnics fan. Lp reported the balloon had not have been a pirate techniques one. So i'm not quite sure what what was a paper plastics in some parts of aluminum. That sounds like okay well. Late burst on impact with the across. Funny thing but it. The airplane apparently is already touchdown. Say thank you for that. Oh had it okay. I thought it was Yeah in flight. Yeah thought he got tangled with him across the runway. As you throwing out i gather. Oh okay that So maybe if you live immediately adjacent to a large airport or airport of any type Not the greatest idea to be sending things up into the sky
Boston Red Sox Hire Bianca Smith as First Black Female Coach in Professional Baseball
"The sky's the limit for Carol Universities, groundbreaking assistant athletic director Beyond the Smith is breaking barriers by becoming the first black woman to coach and professional baseball. She's been hired by the Boston Red Sox organization to coach their minor league team. Her first challenge, Getting to know everyone have earned their personalities and that's how we'll actually be able to approach them as a coach, so getting to know them. That is going to be the first hurdle. I can't just jump in and start giving them instruction. When I have no idea what kind of person I'm working with athletic director at Cara University. My shoelace says he knew big things were going to be happening for her. She you know, had her priorities lined up. Melissa Barkley WTMJ news.