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"bobby pin" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show
"Office culture when everybody's remote? Yeah, there's a lot you can do to make it better. It is a big concern. It doesn't work out well for everybody. And there are going to be bumps along the road for it. You know, I think when we talk about how do we make remote work successful, we have to keep in mind, we're not trying to make remote work perfect. We're trying to make it work well for what it can do. So yeah, a company culture sometimes does take a little bit of a hit, but there are things you can do. So one of them is, make sure that you have optional activities for people. This could be something like a social call once a week, where anybody who wants to can join in and chit chat for maybe 20 minutes or so to get to know other people, new people. In slack, in particular, there is an ad in called donut that a lot of remote companies like donut tears up to people at random and suggest that they have a meet and greet call. So all it does is sort of randomly select two people from the people who have opted in and say, hey, Barry and Jill, you don't know each other. You don't work together. Why don't you have a 15 minute coffee conversation sometime in the next week? So that's a good way to allow people to mix and mingle and recreate those water cooler moments as we used to call them. In a way, that's a little bit more organized. It may feel a little bit stiff for some people at first. But if you are the kind of person who wants that opportunity, it's a good way to replicate it. And there's lots of other things too that I think employees can be really proactive about starting up. So a book club is a really good example. Those tend to be a popular in remote work environment. You start a book club, you have an asynchronous chat somewhere where everybody agrees on the book. You find a time where you're going to discuss it, maybe after hours, maybe at the end of the day on a Friday. And that allows you again to have some kind of social interaction. The last piece I want to talk about is the idea of having an all hands meeting. This is another thing that we see is really, really popular in remote teams. And it can be anywhere from once a week to once a month to once a quarter. And in all hands meeting just means everybody in the whole organization is invited to some kind of live video call where the stakeholders, CEO, president, whoever, some leaders in the organization, for to present about what the organization is doing in a very casual and interactive way. So they take questions from employees. They might share some fonts about their vision for the organization. And it just gives people a way to feel like they are still tapped in and connected at the highest level. So what's the organization's goals are doing so that their daily work doesn't just sort of get lost and forgotten about in the big picture? And when we see people who feel like their work is connected to that big picture, they tend to take more ownership of it. Well, Jill, I appreciate that on the show. If people want to get in touch with you, they can go to Jill E Duffy dot com. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. It was a pleasure. And I want to thank everyone for joining us this week's radio show. I want to thank our sponsors, nice job, the amazing tool that can make it easy to build more reviews to grow your business to get started go to WWW nice job dot com and use the code Barry for $50 off, plus I want to thank plastic a smarter payment platform for your small business, go to plastic dot com slash berry for a special offer and plastic a spell PLA STI Q dot com. I gotta thank our incredible staff. While I'm working at home, they're still in the studio, especially our booking producer Sarah chaffron, our in studio producer lady B our marketing magic Courtney gilchrist. If you're serious about being successful in this COVID economy now entering its third year, you gotta give me a call on my private line 773-837-8250 or email me a berry at mols dot com. Remember, love everyone. Trust a few pal your own canoe and go out there and get vaccinated or boosted have a profitable and passionate week. You can find Barry moltz on the web at berry moltz dot com or more episodes of small business radio at small biz radio show dot com..
"bobby pin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Had a wild idea at the start of the pandemic And started with a TikTok account and a Bobby pin Like everyone else in quarantine right now I'm looking to do something a little crazy for my Friends on TikTok So here's the plan I'm trading a Bobby pin up until I get a house Okay I hear you on the other side of the radio especially if like me you do not spend too much time hanging out on TikTok you're saying there is no way that would work right What you were wrong Demi spent months finding trades making hundreds of calls and thanks to her growing social media following at this one on I'm asking lots and lots of new followers and some new friends Some of whom pitched in to help and now a year and a half later she has traded her way to a house in Nashville and not only that She has made her way to weekend edition Demi skipper joins us now from her current residence in California Welcome to the program Hey hey thanks for having me So congratulations winning and making the move into the new house Thank you so much I am going right after Christmas I'm gonna do the holidays with my family and then come January I will be a Tennessee resident So you did 28 trades starting with that Bobby pin for a pair of earrings then the earrings for a margarita glasses the glasses for a vacuum cleaner and here we are at a house what were some of the best trades you made along the way I think honestly the trade where I really thought this is going to work was when I traded an old snowboard from someone's garage for an Apple TV There was a lot of I assume especially early on a lot of negotiations and trading with strangers there had to be some trust here huh Oh absolutely So I was actually trusting people hey I'm going to ship this camera to you Please make sure you send back a MacBook and just hoping that the person wasn't going to keep what was on the other end Did you ever get burned No actually not And I think it's actually made me feel a lot better about the world We're in some dark times And I have been able to trust people with cars titles to things and so far nobody has done me wrong What were some of the best and worst trades from your point of view What was the point where you were like well I really might have pulled something over here on somebody I traded what I thought was a $20,000 diamond necklace And when I got it I gave the woman a mini Cooper convertible I got the necklace and I took it to a local jeweler in San Francisco And he took one look at the backlash I was like this is worth maybe $2000 not 20,000 And I cried The poor guy felt so bad but there was nothing he could do And I couldn't un trade so just kept working How long did it take you to get back to the mini Cooper level that you were at before Oh probably another four trades which isn't bad but the trade after the necklace I found somebody who was moving from San Francisco to New York and couldn't take their peloton with them And obviously during quarantine those things were sold out So I thought you know I'm going to take something that's hard to get that maybe isn't a $20,000 necklace but maybe will help me get to the next step and it was really really useful I actually thought that the trailer the solar powered trailer that was to me I would have stopped there That seems like a really cool thing to end up with Oh it was amazing I mean it had a full fridge and freezer It had power outlets You could work out there So it was really really cool You got a pretty big social media following as this went on What do you think it was about your story that so many people connected with Yeah so I think I'll say one thing which is really interesting is that I started with zero TikTok followers I'm 30 years old I had never used TikTok And I posted the first video thinking you know I'm just gonna remember what I traded thinking I would be alone And clearly 5 million followers later I am not doing this journey alone And if you look on social media now there are hundreds of accounts that have formed all over the world So it's trade me project Australia India you name it And I just think it's being able to get something that maybe seemed out of reach and not having to use money for it You mentioned that you now have 5 million followers on TikTok This is probably a hard act to follow to keep those followers What are you gonna do next A definite renovation is in the book So I'll be going out there in January and what I will say is the trades are not going to stop All right that is TikTok creator Demi skipper creator of the trade me project now a proud homeowner in Tennessee Thanks so much for talking to us Thanks so much No panic I nap on Go hang a salami I'm a lasagna hog and finally do gee God Don't worry I have not lost my mind I am just rattling off some palindromes words or sentences that read the same forward and backward They all came from a new graphic novel called auto By John agee who in addition to being an author and illustrator is a world palindrome championship medalist John AG joins us now Welcome to weekend edition There's Scott So before we get into anything else what do you need to do to win a world palindrome medal Well apparently I didn't do enough because I came in second but we had certain constraints One of the constraints was to make a palindrome which used the letter Q which feels like a harder one I know I came up with a pretty good one It was using the fellow in James Bond films Q and it also uses James Bond's other name OO 7 So the first part of the palindrome was 007 saw cues DNA Lands Q was 700 So whether you're in a competitive championship or not what is your general approach to writing like do you start with one word and build out Do you start with an idea Like I can't even imagine how to begin thinking of something beyond like the title of book auto like a basic one like that I don't even know how I would begin What's your process Well for me it's always been just looking at street signs store signs.
"bobby pin" Discussed on Rocketship.fm
"Been discussed in your podcast related to EMF frequencies, that was a thought. And now we're all kind of hypothesizing. I mean, what is it that's actually being transmitted that's causing all of these things? Is it a combination of the protein which now we're finding has a metal attached to it? I'm sure you've seen the pictures all over the Internet of people who've had these shots, and now they're magnetized and put a key on their forehead, it sticks. They can put spoons and forks all over them, and they can stick. Because now we think that there's a metal piece to that. There's been people who've long suspected that there was some sort of an interface, yet to be defined in the interface between what's being injected in these shots and all of the 5G towers. Not proven yet, but we're trying to figure out what is it that's being transmitted to these unvaccinated people that are causing health problems. Yes, vaccines do you harm people? By the way, so I just found out something when I was on lunch and I wanted to show it to you. You were talking about doctor tenpenny's testimony about magnetic vaccine crystals. So this is what I found out, so I have a key and a Bobby pin here. Explain to me why the key sticks to me. It sticks to my neck, too. I got those. Yeah, so if somebody could explain this, that would be great. That was doctor sherri tenpenny and Joanna overholt. Speaking to the Ohio House health committee about COVID-19 vaccines, magnetizing the body. Yes, that's the famous clip where Jenna overholt is saying that a key is magnetically sticking to her body, but the key and then Bobby pins, they just keep falling off. And the conspiracies quickly made it into the mainstream media, and even The White House. So supposing we hit the body with a tremendous whether it's ultraviolet or just very powerful light. And I think you said that hasn't been checked, but you're gonna test it. And then I said, supposing you brought the light inside the body. You can which you can do. Either through the skin or in some other way. And I think you said you're gonna test that too. Sounds interesting. And then I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute, one minute, and is there a way we can do something like that. By injection inside or almost a cleaning because you see it gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number along. So it'd be interesting to check that so that you're gonna have to use medical doctors with, but it sounds it sounds interesting to me. Every day there is new misinformation being pumped into Facebook, Instagram, TikTok. Now, it's clear who loses from this type of health misinformation, mean mothers lose children after seeking advice and Facebook free birth groups, measles, breaks out an anti vax communities. Children with autism are poisoned from being fed bleach, marketed as a miracle cure and people die from misleading hope about a fake COVID-19 cure. Ivermectin. Yeah. Is it strange at the same people who reject the COVID-19 vaccine are okay taking horse dewormer? Yeah, I mean, at this time, it's a cult, right? It's all become an identity. It's kind of beyond reason. But who benefits from this misinformation, and why do we see it spreading so rampantly? So let's start with the second part of your question there first. Bad actors intending to spread problematic content can easily capitalize on an information ecosystem full of panic information seekers, especially during a health crisis. Like we saw in the last year. For example, the constant stream of breaking news during the first few weeks of this pandemic created a novel keyword searches and search engine data voids that they wanted to be filled, but there was no information or at least reliable information to do so at the time. So because good information could take a while to fact check and even develop. Those voids were filled by literally people just making things up. And there's a business to those eyeballs that the Internet makes really easy to capitalize on. Google's display at network allows for these sites to easily monetize the millions of eyeballs searching for answers, especially at an unprecedented time like we're seeing during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. And the thing is, it doesn't matter if that eyeball believes what the reading or if they're reading it in disbelief, if that article is being talked about, it doesn't matter whether it's positive or negative light, it's making money. And months and months went by with no vaccine. So it is easy for grifters to step in and fill the void and try to take advantage of a public that was starving for a cure, such as Santa Fe, the makers of hydroxychloroquine, the anti malaria drug, which was proven to have no effect on preventing or minimizing the effects of COVID-19, despite rumors making it all the way up to our grifter in chief at the time who continued to push the drug. First, can you clarify your position on the efficacy of hydroxychloroquine after you retweeted a video making claims that it is? Recommendations of many of the peoples and people including doctors, many doctors think it is extremely successful. The hydroxychloroquine, coupled with the zinc and perhaps the azithromycin, but many doctors think it's extremely good. And some people don't. Some people, I think it's become very political. I happen to believe in it. I would take it as you know, I took it for a 14 day period. And I'm here, right? I'm here. So panicked information seekers are more likely to consume that problematic information at a faster rate and higher volume rather than weighed in uncertainty. Grifters and snake oil sales folks are eager to take advantage of this uncertainty and are really the front line here. This is how an information ecosystem online is built to further undermine our collective trust and health experts and institutions. And this triggers a larger destabilization of health and science institutions, which were undeniably seeing. But beyond the grifters and the snake oil sales folks, we have a government who has aided and embedded the worst COVID-19 outbreak globally, who has a vested interest in sewing distrust and health organizations in order to save face. A public too fragmented to collectively trust health experts can't hold an administration accountable for its lies. Now, those snake oil salesmen, they're profiting now, but the uncertainty sewed today paves the way for an oppressive power to take advantage of a fragmented society, much more vulnerable to misinformation in the future. So what comes next? That after a quick break. This episode is brought to you by issue. Whether you work for yourself or you're part of a team, it's time to get creative. Make your online presence and your business stand out from the rest with issue. First impressions are everything. So if you're looking to make an impact your online content, you need issue. The easiest way to make your creative ideas come to life and share everywhere you want to be seen. Issue is the all in one platform to create and distribute beautiful digital content from marketing materials to magazines to flip books to brochures and a lot more. There's no need for endless scrolling through PDFs, issue features you're creative in an easy to view way on every single device..
"bobby pin" Discussed on Life on the Brink
"That's daca probably has to do with the fact that trees made shade means cola means survival. Probably what the evolutionary equation a so. Yeah the female should come up onto the beach as she's coming out of the water she's checking every couple of seconds. When she takes breath of prejudice kroll. Few meat is take a breath. Look around keep growing if the offense time ebbing out of the water since they were harshly they have very very cautious though very slowly a basically will be stahl very easily. So that's parolee. If you haven't seen a tunnel on on the bauge that's when you need to be the most cautious of saito's since when they first come out of the water because they really close to the what says easy for them to turn around and go back in so they come up to the jeans and what. I noticed the vices. As soon as i stopped a fuel across all face is when i stopped the painting process so in areas where the genes wobble base and they basically kept going with gene until they got to a place that was crossing and then they started digging has really interesting. I think maybe something to do with the fact that if gross is said they know that they might not be another clutch another way that they can get disturbed is digging if they encounter another culture. Eggs often not always but often that can disturb them. what's that the new stop the name either guard dig somewhere else. Allegra back into the water. It's really interesting. So yet maybe says cross say it's that indicates that listener nest then and then basically the first process. Is that body pitting box. They basically almost like a swimming action on the sand to move the soft sand out of the way the that flips and they do that for anywhere from ten to twenty minutes. If you're total Five seconds grain titles loved body painting. They often will three two full bog body pits before they actually pick a spot weather related and then once they've done that buddy pinned egg chamber which is using backflips and they use. It lacks group so they scoop their foot in pull it out Inside scoop the next foot in as they went to the side they scoop that sand away and then they put that for beckett since really interesting that process. They do all completely like not looking at what they're doing a first time. Nesting female is exactly the process of today. I find that. Incredible destroys Their behaviors and then once they dig down to where they can no longer reach any further. So if you're a grand total that can be up to a medium. If she's really launch she can put vote downturn beat them and then they start laying and this is the pot that this seems to be have been miscommunication on people understanding about what actually is going on into totals brain. She's laying the some this consensus that she's in a trance. He's signed out and she doesn't care about anything else. A snow told the case. Actually still sleep Hyper alert you have to be. You're exposing genitalia laying eggs in that blank process. Normally what we do is as researched off. Conservationists we wait for about twenty six before we Coming up in measuring her and things like that but what she decides that point. Is that if this animal. That's been hovering around me. Watching me davis nest hasn't actually helped me yet than i think i might k. Like i'm not going to get hurt. So she discontinues lying and she's already so invested into the prices of lang it's actually more beneficial for her to finish line the eggs than it would be to stop lying and then try again later on this of crawled up on the beach of dug this hole. And and if you're gonna eat me then so be it pretty much try and tag turtle. Whilst she was laying she would stop. Because then at that point you've broken that trust boundary and you've aged she skit now. You startled him but the interesting thing is if she's life fewer than fifty percent of that clutch. She'll actually returned back to that age either the same night or the night off to lay the rest of the clutch issues laid molin fifty percent of that punch shoot just dumped the eggs out in the ocean. Because it's not worth coming back. Just to lay twenty eggs or something in after they finish laying the eggs at this point. You've already if it's green total. This is like you started at seven. Pm and it's already on and then after they finish lane they start back filling estrin sanders pushing sand down all. Hey so just. Cutting in and typical off on the brink fashion with some more fantastic animal sounds melissa was super kind and sending us a couple of videos of green sea turtles nesting. The first clip is the sound of a green turtle back feeling its nest chamber and the second clip is the sound of green turtle filling in the buddy but then melissa explain what's going on. This is my favorite part of the nesting prices because basically when she pushes the saifuddin she basically does like cool little. Patty cake like martian sore gentle luck is like she's like talking them into bed looking and she kind of does like a little breezy pop as same time using a shelter pat-downs sandler purses most of the egg chamber which is a channel from the nest. All the way up is like salt sand and then not talk. Twenty centimeters is compacted hot sand so another total obviously not in evolution but if a possible to step on spot with a nest. Was it to step really hot in to break that hod Compacted so basically protects us from being clap statements. Pretty cool and then the next pot is kind of like a time that some people use something don't use is like disguising the nest with are really hard that she's actually disguising the nest but back feeling. His oats is also another name. Where basically liking channeling away from bobby pin that they made in a not motion. They're pushing it. Looks similar pitting basically that pushing in front of them behind them is that they moving forward at the same time and the place where they leave the pig different to the actual body pins so they basically backfield the real money pit and left a fake already. Pick on coal back to the action. Let's say that's why people call it like disguising because yeah if like a fox or predator something comes along the probably gonna try and look in the is. That voting pitt But it's all just hot compacted sand because no one's doug that cool. And then the eggs incubate full anywhere from forty five to seventy days. It really depends on temperature Disliked cooking cake. You turn the temperature down really line. They the cake cooks really slowly and entitles the nationals actually get bigger so long that they incubated full that hash ling carapace the size of them will actually be and the reason for that is because they've had more.
"bobby pin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I hope he was forgets to Blackie's castanets and do is reindeer, sir. Up. Bunch of vixen. A bedroom, A blip. Sanders, Ole Ole! Oh, my WGN radio. I'm Rollie James. That's the original organ. Rios version. As opposed to the Salis brothers who later did it in East L. A. Don't start sending lost 1958 on MGM got to number 47 on the pop charts is about eight at the time. Auggie later wound up on Broadway briefly and then just disappeared from sight. Maybe embarrassment because of Donna saw Santa Claus. I don't know. But I've tried and tried. Never have found him now it now, Steve. Of course you found just about everybody. Did Auggie Rios ever surfaced as far as you know? I don't think so. I don't think so. I think that was that was that was one and done. And what? What? What? What? What a tragically fun Christmas Fuck. Yeah, that's like a figure. They renamed the Reindeer. Off course. Of course. Okay. Yeah. Yeah, I know. He was like from Spanish Harlem of the Bronx or something. Like I say that is an older team. He was a Broadway musical and then literally dropped off the face of the earth, and it's one of those people that Usually I don't find out what happened to them until I read the old bitch, And I hate that. You know, it would've been nice to you while they were still like years ago. You, of course from the Pennsylvania area. So there was a there was a guy in Redding, who recorded this record. Trying to think this first name, but it was a bobby pin I think and the pen pals and gone forever always thought this was a great little record. Tried to find Bobby Pin for a zillion years. Never did read his old bit in Las Vegas last year. And it said in reading is a team he recorded, you know, Gone Rise, it all know why did it? Take that? But yes, I'm dancing around the obvious Here. We must. We must get to it. The Christmas gift from hell. And my first question is Who at QB? She thought this was a good idea. Up the Christmas gift from help Woz. Found one of the great things Q. B C did by the way calling outcrops. During the Christmas break. You know, they go off the air for about 36 hours Christmas time, and we used to do all kinds of Christmas productions and things that they still do some stuff, but now they're featuring Small vendors all over the country that businesses that have been hurt by the pandemic. And just giving them some national air time to talk about their products, their services of what have you and I think that's a great thing that they're doing that that's a that's a really cool somebody. Somebody really had a heads up thought with that one. So so good to them for that, and Back in the nineties. They build a bus. Television studio bus. It was orange and had a map of the United States on it. It. It looks like one of the Hawaiian shirts I wore when I was really fat. It was It was just Oh, but you saw it coming later, They found out it was too heavy to be on the road. Yes, but but it took him a few years to find out. I think they finally got fined. And somewhere in California big time exactly hold. It was tens of thousands of dollars in fines us as I recall, anyway. Q. B. C local with the bus called and they every every Once a year. Why should sit two times during the 10 year, the Q VC local they would go around to all 50 states. They would fight. They would told the product fare find what they considered to be the best 20 products in the state. And then we go to that state and do a live show from that state. Featuring those products. That's great. That's actually a great idea. It was phenomenally to help so many small business people to become They'll more than small business people Some people did did quite well with it. The, uh 11 of the trips was to Alaska. And this trip to Alaska. There was a wood craftsman who made wooden animals, but they were animated and they did stuff. Which means you It wasn't just a wooden animal. It was a wooden animal that would that would serve a purpose in your life. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, Wait, wait, wait. Let's not get to the product Was the practice coming coming up, But so tell me about other products. This guy made serve a purpose in your life. What did some of these products do? Well, there was. I think there were some That would would. Well, I I can't really tell you without giving up with this product that they would basically serve you in some ways. Survey a an edible item to Oh, I I see, in other words, that the animal was a delivery method for food. Exactly. Right, right. They had that the number one product is the one we did know. That was the number two products, But in the meantime, I couldn't I gotta leave that right there for for a moment again. Yeah, you know, you know, it's all coming. And this is this is absolutely out of an awful finish this story this hour, but we'll continue it next hour because this is just too Good to be true. All right? Yeah, and people ordered it also Wait till you hear about the demonstration. I'm Rollie James. That's WGN radio spending more time at home. You can still work toward your goals and step into your future. This summer at toughs are pre college team invites.
"bobby pin" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"In our constitution, where a representative republic They want enough Republican lawmakers in each of these states to say, you know, we're not going to just see the normal electors. It looks like the vote's went to Biden. But we see we've been hit with so much evidence that there's been so much fraud and cheating. We can't good conscience give our electoral votes to Biden. It's just so obvious it was cheating going on that we as Republican state representatives for our constituents were going toe put electors forth that will give the electoral vote to Trump. And it doesn't have to be. All of them doesn't be half of them. It could be just a few, The more the better. But if they do that, that gives enough cover to Vice President Mike Pence. Was the president of the Senate as well. He's the one that declares electoral votes to states. It's up to him. He's the president of the Senate. And if all of a sudden he sees a bunch of lawmakers in Arizona, Pennsylvania, Michigan Wisconsin, Georgia. Dispute the results and declare that you know you'll have some Democrats say No, I want the electors to give the votes to Biden Republicans. The Trump is going to say You know what? There's division there. I'm not electing the We're not putting the electoral votes. The 11 that I let Arizona has. We're just not going. We're not going to give it to anybody. Same thing in Pennsylvania. So all of a sudden it's impossible for Biden and Trump. You get 2 to 70. So the next step So then go to The state representatives in each of these states in the whole country, by the way. You can't. It's what it says in the Constitution you got to get to you can get to 70. It goes back to the states. And guess what? 31 out of the 50 states. Have complete control the Legislature by Republicans, I believe 35 of the states. The State House is the house represented the state is controlled by Republicans. So let's just say it's 31. All of a sudden you 31 out of 50. Each state gets a vote. And if all the lawmakers Hey, we have 31 star Republican state reps in Arizona to 29 Democrats. If everyone votes for Trump, Yes. What he gets the One vote from Arizona. One of the 50 votes. Trump could get 31 of the 50 possibly 35 out of the 50. And then guess what Trump wins. I think that's the goal. That is the goal. Matter of fact he was put up there was an expert yesterday named Bobby Pitons. By the way, he's a numbers Guy Numbers cruncher Data crunching numbers. Geek number 1 21, right if you don't mind That's the plan and it was backed up every time Jenna Ellis talk. She talks about this. This is in the Constitution. You could do it. This is how it was. Up until the early 18 hundreds, and it's still there in the Constitution and the founding fathers put this in, just in case there was cheating, and there was fraud and manipulation by a foreign influence. By a party. Yeah, or by Americans. That's why it's there. So this was even brought up by this numbers. Cruncher guy Bobby Pin, who, by the way, was actually banned by Twitter because he soon as he started giving his testimony yesterday and his fax. He's a numbers guy. It was even over my head a little bit, basically said none of his head's up. The amount of people have voted and people that are registered to vote here in Arizona. Anyway. Number 1 21 listen to what he said yesterday. Here we go. In my humble opinion upon reviewing all the data that I'm gonna go over and reading countless articles, clips and videos over the past week. I think this is the biggest fraud in the history of our constitutional republic is taking place right before our eyes. Corrupt mainstream media and tech oligarchs are colluding in an attempt to assassinate the American public's true legal vote for our President, Donald J. Trump through corrupt government officials across countless precincts and corrupt state officials and courts. The evidence will show that President Trump surpassed both FDR and Reagan and the percentage of legal boats topping 64% when this crime Unpeeled wow. So much of this process has been tainted that it will likely end up before the Supreme Court and allow one electoral vote for state cast and hopefully Arizona does its part. And eventually, the 35 of the 50 states will probably vote Republican, which will probably matches popular vote totals. How about that? That's what they're trying to do when they're pushed right now hiding it. There's no reason to hide it. I think they want people like you. You need to call every Republican state rep and state senator and encourage them and demand be nice and be firm and demand that they make sure the elector Electors in Arizona vote for Donald Trump, and they name the electors. They picked the electors. That's what needs to happen. How bad was this? By the way, as as do surfer was certifying the election results. Rudy Giuliani asked this guy this numbers geek who's good. Bobby, pitting What does he think about Doug Ducey certifying. The Arizona election results because this guy's analyzed the Arizona data listen to this. If I was an executive at a publicly traded company, I would never sign that because I risk jail time and having all my money taken from me in lawsuits. So fancy a question I would never ever have certified. I'd rather resign than if certified those results. Wow. So your your.
"bobby pin" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Winner of project runway Christian Siriano shares with ana is early moments in fashion and how his interest for a design began so when did you start to have distinct sense of style I mean I definitely was more interested in fantasy because I was like with my sister and she was backstage doing like shoes ballet dancers I was in costumes and her make up and anyway like a Bobby pin was before anyone anything once I was like in this fantasy world so I think I always knew that that's what I wanted to be in in some way and then I think when I started making my first he says they were definitely more I don't know from a dream place they weren't like everyday clothes I wanted to ask you about musicals because I know that you designed costumes for music right yeah all kinds of things yeah so what's your favorite musical and do you even like them that's what's funny I don't think I Love Me schools that much actually I think because it was like oh that was the thing you did if you were a designer like a young kid like what did you make clothes for you and may cost himself I think you were stuck in that world because fashion was very unattainable but that goes back to saying like I wanted to be other worldly it wasn't enough what I was doing and I knew there was other things out there in the world to deal like that tell me I think like when you're like a young kid in a small place like Annapolis Maryland you're like oh you know clean safe dreaming of bigger things but I actually physically was like no there isn't anything here I know there's something else to do that's kind of why I was like creating my own narrative in a way that way Jeff posters on your wall I had boy band posters I thought I had like what in sync Backstreet boys in posters yeah I thought I had but who is your favorite I was a big Britney lover for sure my sister totally inspired me that she was into like I mean I was into no doubt because she was I would get into like a land issue like I was into thing because she was my sister really like everything she did I was like obsessed with as you what she's four years old next Christian describes his creative process when designing for celebrity gets imagination I really like to create these random little dream scenario that might not be realized I think inspiration is the same one of Paris's unqualified returns in minutes message.
"bobby pin" Discussed on Dumb People Town
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"bobby pin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"bobby pin" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast
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"bobby pin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"From Washington this week, an Rhonda back wanting, she talked about her time in the Marine Corps, and about her efforts to overturn the ban on women in combat to be interviewed by another full moon rain Kate Germano, author of the book fight black girl. I just wanna start by saying what a pleasure, it is to have this opportunity with you on Arado. I have to let the audience know they may not be aware. But when I was having a lot of trouble with the Marine Corps related to gender issues. You were one of the first people who reached out to me to express concern in solidarity and I have to tell you just from a marine lame perspective. That was really one of the most meaningful experiences that I've had. So thank you. Thanks for being here. Thank you for doing this, so which dive right in. That's okay. You know, I recently watched interview where you talked about the title of your book. And you mentioned that the title is, basically, in reference to conduct unbecoming from the uniform code of military Justice. But as I read the book, one of the things that stuck out to me among many was that you talk a lot about finding yourself trying to find yourself in really what your purpose what you're meant to be in life. And so my take away from the title prior to reading the previous interview that you did was really that it's about your struggle to undo or really on become many of the things that your parents, taught you or had expected of you only to have to become again after you left the Marine Corps. So can you tell us more about where you are kind of in that process? Yeah, I had fun with title, actually unbecoming means so many different things. And I think any interpretation is probably correct in this situation, so absolutely the military Justice term, and I wanted to play with that a little bit. You know, very literally I observed of marines doing things that I found unbecoming certainly. Accent? We're legal including the sexual violence against fellow service members, but that was almost the, the easiest thing to interpret because I also got very real about my own my own behavior's being a young adult and trying to find my way around the marines, and even prior to the Marine Corps, growing up in a fairly strict conservative Indian household and being an only child in that household to having a lot of pressure from my parents. They were first generation immigrants literally came to. To the United States on ships over the Atlantic Ocean, which is a hard thing to I think, imagine or remember. But, you know, there was a lot of pressure on me to succeed academically and also I like to tell people American society is so different than, than Indian culture in a lot of ways. But one of the things that I or my parents took for granted was this idea that I would grow up without being surrounded by kids, and families who prioritize things like like what's important to the child, what interests are important to the child. What is the child wanna be when he grows up? You know, that was that was not a thing for India heads instead joy was not cultivated in my early life. It just wasn't the way we did things. And so it was all about studies. I had very little say in what I was doing the things I love to do. Most sports in art, or does not encouraged or if I did them it was just to get into. An elite school, or I would study even harder was it was just like a stepping stone to the next academic pursuit. But in and of itself wasn't supposed to be an artist or an athlete, or any of these things. So I had to leave some of that behind at some point, you know, my parents forbid me to play basketball at after high school, even though is my favorite thing in the world. And you know that was good enough at it to keep on playing. But, you know, having having these activities, stripped away, I really I became quite depressed of so in my young adult life. I really didn't know who I was or what I wanted to do, because it was, it was my parents Royces in my head that really dictated everything I didn't even know what my own voice was, I think, in this instant, it's like, you know, who is this me, speaking, or is this, you know, the person who raised me actually determining what I'm doing. And joining them Rinker was was my way of breaking away from all of that, parental. And Dr nation that cultural Dr nation and it was very extreme because I had no background in. The military I hadn't had any relatives or close friends. I've, I just kind of going out on a limb and say, all right. See adad CMO, I'm doing this, and I need, you can't follow. You can't control what I'm going to do after that. And let's just talk about that one thing, very quickly, spread the audience, because I'm not sure if they're familiar with the Marine Corps as an institution, so the United States, most people aren't aware that the Marine Corps is the smallest branch of the service. But in addition to being the smallest branch of the service, it's the service with the fewest women. And so, I'd like to get your thoughts. You know, we talk a lot about intersection -ality as part of the metoo movement, and your story is, obviously a brilliant representation of what it's like not only to be a woman in such a minority population in a very testosterone driven organization. But you're also woman of color, you are also, bisexual, and this is all in an environment, where no form of diversity is really overtly seen as a positive. For the institution. One of the things that I'm always struck by how the Marine Corps really denies any form of gender as a positive. In fact, there was a poster that was recently produced that has a photo of a female marine. You've probably seen it. But those Logan is essentially, there are new female marines just marines. And it's like, well, that's not really true. Why can't I be female marine and compete and be seen as equal? So one of the things that you write about that. I that struck me right off the bat because we have a very shared experience is that you observe early on Marine Corps. View of equality is really based on a false premise, and there are a lot of female marines who had fallen into the trap of thinking. We do everything the men do, but the reality is use offers hand right off the bat that, that wasn't really true. We didn't run to the same standards. We didn't do pull ups. And so, I'd like to read an excerpt from the book just to set the stage for this part of the discussion. If. That's okay. So you write that I eventually came to know the flexed, arm hang, which was part of the physical fitness test for women marines until recently, it wasn't a test of strength. But it was a glaring symbol that separated women from the hardworking men who made up the real Marine Corps. It was a way to quietly integrate women into the marines without actually letting us three big. It was just one of the many humiliations that bonded. All women in the core. Can you talk about your experience, and how that sort of shaped your perceptions of gender when you joined? Yes, I think that I was ready for some kind of mental agony going into the marines. You know, we all grew up. I mean, even kids who have no sort of concept or desire to join the military, all grow up with this kind of Hollywood notion of having her or limits ten you write about watching days. Right, right. Yeah. You know, I, I was I saw all the movies and Jane was the formative, one for me, of course, cause me more was doing something at the time and it was on thinkable joining the navy seals on so. But yet joining joining the Marine Corps. I expected to be treated the same, and it was very odd and not to be treated like the guys. So, you know, we were in segregated. We were in a, a platoon of women trained by female drill instructors. And I think if the training had been the exact same, I might not have cared as much I think, people oftentimes forget days, or weeks of officer candidate school or boot camp, because it's just a haze of, you know, yelling and running and doing so much on so little sleep that if it goes by pretty fast for some of us. But I think the, the double physical standards were the thing that bothered me the most, and there was also, you know, and, you know, you alluded to this passage or you read this passage in which the flextime hang for women in the marines was really, it was so humiliating for me because because I couldn't do pull ups, and like all women could do pull up if we all. Transit do pull ups. It's just a matter of of, you know, of getting on the bar and training over time. I don't know a single person who has not been able to do that who's been able bodied. And so, and, you know, we're seeing even today in Marine Corps policy that now, pull ups are optional for women, but still not required for physical fitness, test, which, which blows my mind, because, in fact, those who are pursuing the pull ups as an option are not only meeting the expectations that by the Marine Corps, but exceeding them then having to raise those pull up standardize events for women. It has I chuckled pretty hard when I heard that, but it was no surprise for us raid who know this. So when you when you when you make the institution of marriage, talk, or see, what actually standards are, are the same for men and women women will absolutely meet the standards. And it works better for everyone. There's no resentment among men. In fact, there's a healthy competition, and, and everyone excels, and so the other thing that's shocked me going through officer candidate school in those first few weeks of training was was the double standard medicine, physical fitness terms, but kind of cultural term. Terms. And so, you know, they're separate hair regulations for women. There's, you know, I think I describe it in my book is, as an America's next top model, model scenario where women will wake up an extra hour or more to do their hair, according to Marine Corps regulations, which struck me as just absurd that the regulations were so detail, oriented Spar more so than than the other branches of service that, you know, you'd be punished. If a Bobby pin was sticking out of your bun. Interestingly enough, you your evaluated on your physical, presentation to a greater degree than your physical fitness presentation rights. That's interesting. Absolutely. Absolutely. And I thought, what does this have to do? With war fighting, what does this have to do with being combat ready? It really threw me and I didn't realize how naive I was actually that wasn't the point. I found, I think in the long term is that. This was another way of separating women from what I call the real Marine Corps and run up big wanting author of the book unbecoming, a memoir of disobedient being interviewed by another, former marine Kate Germano. Let's talk about that because I find that, that you not only experienced double standards when you were does he s which is officer candidate school is literally, your first training in your first hands on experience in the Marine Corps. So you not only observe these double standards. But then you observe the really interesting predicament of women marines and women candidates were falling right into that trap, so not a lot of concern being demonstrated by a lot of the female marines, or female candidates that you're training with about having these double standards. And then when you get to the basic school, which is your follow on training, you write that, that the uniform regulations, then sort of. 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"bobby pin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"bobby pin" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The whole whole class heard. Mark stock. And I'm like, oh, you know, I tried to play it off. So actually, I can't help you with the question or the girl question. I don't know what to do with thirteen be nice to them. It just be a nice guy. But just be nice to them. Nice guys finish last night. Thirteen. Nice to be nice. They'll respond if you know, what did work for me in high school, eventually carnations, absolutely carnations. They have that in the school where you can buy carnations or if they start doing that now like on Valentine's Day, you combine carnations and given a girls. Yeah. I was thinking about doing it. But I'll like, no. Yeah. Well, do you need you need money to buy the carnations? Okay. But thanks anyway, I was going to set up a. By the way. By the way, can hang out with Russ for a day. Maybe. Oh, no. Twenty three. Think about that over the weekend. Call me on Monday, and I'll give you some advice on on on helping your social life at age thirteen. Okay. Okay. Chocolate. Probably be the better man to answer. He's probably I told Andrew has like talent women are travel. Stay away from like twenty-five. It'd be much happier. That's the the people. All right from the I don't know where we go from line. Oh, let's go to cannon. Woodstock candy need help picking up girls. Now too much. Experience. What's going on brother? I share the same thing about the years though. But I quit using keep tips a long long time ago. I know they're bad for you. But they feel so good. I know but try ladies, Bobby pin? What a metal pill. Yeah. I mean, you know, we don't jab it in that way. You don't you don't pass the the wax into your your listen. I'm I think I'm like a surgeon when it comes to clean my ears. I don't I'm not really packing it in. I know just how far to go. I know the right angle to take to get out of there. Just from west problem. No, I'm not, no. No. We got him to use the ear candle. I tried to use an ear was. Oh, that was an act active congress to find that video. I'll post that video again if I can find it that was that was rough. But listen. How long have you been using the Bobby pin? Twenty years. How many times he burst your eardrums doing that? One time only. What he learned. I've never burst. My eardrums using cue tips. I'm going to stick with the Keita's. But thank you buddy, four zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty one eight hundred.
"bobby pin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"This is the Santa Fe hometown project visiting Santa Fe in nineteen fifty four classics set their Eddie Fisher began with oh my Papa that was a number one hit that year. Then the most amazing monster movie of all time Godzilla follow by the best TV sitcom fall time. I love Lucy. U S secretary of State John foster Dulles morning. The fall of ood in Vietnam as he called it the communist beginning an American nightmare for the next twenty years and finally the five keys in a bit of service nonsense that they called lee-ing, Tom, and it's all nineteen fifty four. I read in the nineteen fifty four new Mexican that in the course of a study on dental health by New Mexico department of public health Santa Fe dentist discovered an unusual and widespread affliction affecting junior high school girls, they called it the Bobby pin notch. These were not just in the front teeth of junior high school girls caused by prying open. Bobby pins on the biting edge of their frontier. Well one. Dr David stiffer said that many students were startled when he asked if they open Bobby pins with their teeth. Will they were surprised? Yes. But how did he know? Well, it turned out to be the telltale notch. Right on the front tooth, the Bobby pin much, Dr surfer recommending changing to newer, Bobby pins. Those new ones with little rubber tips. Oh, speaking of students and other study revealed their.
"bobby pin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"What? Just remember that. Her ringtone. That's funny. You say that I my self made a little bit little vein. Thinking about getting onto the cold today. One of the things I was thinking about is not how much I should bundle up. And whereas like what moisturizer I put on. So that my face doesn't crack Michalis taking the same thing. We left the house. I did bring my my what I was going to say lipstick. The. Yes. It's next to my satchel. Yeah. And my your man, but I did I never bring it around. But today's one of those days where your lips are just gonna get destroyed. We'll be prepared for sheriff. What about your hair your hair was working on my hair because I usually have good hair? I wasn't good today. Because I wore hats all day, and I never wear. My wife tells me she put a cap on. I'm like, I'm not putting a cap on. Because my hair is going to get messed up. It's freezing outside. I don't care. So today, I did it. And I was like man, what am I gonna do? I take style myself before I leave the house and screw Adams puts radio three. wgnradiOcom watch. Oh god. Right now. I totally forget people can see the cameras staring in the face, right? Totally forgotten. I put my hair up in a little Bobby pin appearance showing on my rink. And I don't care will Bobby pin filter. You get the less you care. It's awesome. Cathy takes us. A couple of months. You look. Great fantastic. And Frank everyone. Tune in to see his cap, it's very good to. Yeah. What does it say get? So carried it from here. I don't I can't remove. I have. No, I scores. Red and blue matches my blue jeans shirt, I like this comment on the eight four seven text line. When I compliment electricity says, thank you. It's nice to be appreciated. Oh, that's nice. Isn't it? What would happen if we complement theory asks find out? Well, I have a dude Siri Syria. I love you. Understand..
"bobby pin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yeah. Right. Yeah. I think it's gotta be like whenever I do a bride. I'm always like complicated. Gowns simple hair. Simple hair complicated. That's a good team. Do you think that that is something that translates? Let's you know, you can do it on the red carpet and have it all this were of ski this. And that can you do. A plus. Saturday. In every day. Or is that a special occasion? I mean, I see braid cops. Yeah. Everyday kind of look cool like funky like Bobby pins would be. Just not jeweled. Once you could probably get yet Goldline's in your bodyguards have the night off. And if they're available then go crazy diamond encrusted, Bobby. Okay. So sandra. Oh who unlike alive? Receiver show. Have you? I kinda did a little bit. I haven't seen his she's gonna win. Is that ever happened that a host has one? I don't know. Gets possible is hosting posting tomorrow night. The Kevin Hart thing is someone had. I'm like oh. The. Hosting the. Sandra? And Andy Sandberg. Which I guess I was trying wondering what he'll do with his hair. Swick for medicine, really. Fades fades, or like long and slicking back things. Like, Brad Pitt. It doesn't look to see that on you. Yeah. That's a. Have you? Oh, I wish I did. Ally with a little. Right. If I okay. So hold on. Okay. There's a third for sure they're holding up quite well are there certain..
"bobby pin" Discussed on Deserter Pubcast
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