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"Let's kick it off with a glossier expert level glossy expert. Okay here we go hiking. Mahathir animals analyst Mary from Wisconsin and I just had to park the pod like three weeks ago now When Kate was talking circles ca hall. And I'm the self proclaimed boissier expert grant because mostly just in rows me buying all their products and using them and then aggressively recommending him to my friend And so I was listening to contract about future do and Mike how to use that and confusion Putting on before after Sunscreen And so for Future. Do this was like one of my holy grail products that I would wear I basically where every day when I'm seeing people obviously doing Matt Murphy People So I you that with Mascara the last week am browse kind. The three products. I always wear for on addition the sunscreen and so This put it on after sunscreen but read it is for. Lhasa just looked at recently. And I like pretty good Everyone says to put it on. Echoes you do So that doesn't interfere if you've so I would probably recommend that way because Yeah I trust the people that were like citing facts about it and so do they think too. I notice we up I haven't gotten to yet and you may talk about the cost hand cream but I wanted to cross overview cost you a hand green that they just came out with It is not worth the price if like eighteen bucks for one point announced this something like that. It smells amazing. Small way better than in blocking you and I was also one of my holy grail purview. But a lot of like out about Good by that but it's unfortunately not were surprised. At how often you have to publish this So like works. Well smells amazing. Price Point and Value is three out of five. I would say like total so Just wanted to get that review. And she's doing what else was considering it and in pull the trigger I'm happy to ninety five day product and get my south happy backward on say. I love that. She's volunteered. To Bear Glossy correspondent. Well I I need a glossy correspondent in my life because I'm regretting not buying the Mascara. Oh people love Lhasa Mass Skara. Well Kate nothing is stopping. You like the spending of the money. That's stopping me and I'm annoyed by it and my last purchase because it included the free shipping and that kind of stuff that holds you up I have so many mascarenhas what y. Is the Glossy Mascara. I wonder but people love it so I am tempted. I am tempted. I WANNA SAM tempted anyway. He's good Intel great until about the hand cream by the way. Thank you totally. I appreciate the honesty from like a from a glossy expert. Who'S A glossiest? Stay on not standing the handcream. Like that's very good to know a
"boissier" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Or at least it did until that dismal afternoon. December first. Two thousand eleven. The Day Shannon failed to show up after school not you. They weren't worried set. Klay they all knew Shannon had started dating again so maybe she went out lost. Track of time. A mixup. So my thoughts weren't that anything serious happened to her. It was with a guy I thought she was with a guy. I thought it just probably went. They're having a good dinner but the next day. What are the kids texted? Grandma Shannon's mother Melody Boissier and Florida had. She heard from their mother she had not at that had ballet was alarming text. Shannon and I never got anything back and I called and I phone box was full. I knew something was wrong. She felt the panic rise in her. Throat call chanted sister amy and brother Steven she said it was very unlikely that Shannon wooden return her calls because he spoke every day they talked to every single day. They knew everything that was going on in each other's lives so mom continually tried to contact Shannon and tried talking to the kids finding out what was going on. Quake called the COPS ASKED THEM TO CHECK. Shannon's house was December. Second in the evening. So it's you know. Finder Sheriff's deputies. Went over there had a good look around outside and left but Shannon's family in Florida insisted something was wrong had to be and Janet's France summer said she'd never not pick up her kids at school. Then eight nor their calls. I knew that she doted on her kids. She loved them. It was Saturday morning. Before Shannon's mother got through to the sheriff's office and a deputy met Shannon's landlord got him to open up the House to deputies. Run inside and right away radioed for backup. They had found Shannon. She was dead her body on her bed and displayed in such a way that detectives knew her killer had more than just murder on his mind. Crime see would raise more questions than an answer and so would a tip from someone close to Shannon. He said look at her phone in your computer cripple to tell you what you need to know..
"boissier" Discussed on ChupaCast
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"boissier" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"An event in your life that you would like to, to tell us in your fellow listeners about feel free, you don't have to wait till the episode is over. You can just pause it and give us a call now. We are one eight three three s t d w g k and today we are off to camp. No, not a summer camp. Not a religious camp. None of those sorts of cancer, we're going to a camp that is much more dangerous. We're exploring a genuine literally explosive conspiracy as well as a conspiracy theory. How can both of those exists concurrently? Well, we will tell you inter- camp Mendon. Here are the facts. So there's a place called Webster parish, and solve of US highway eighty near Doyle line, Louisiana between Mendon Louisiana and Bossier or Boissier city, probably Bossier city, Louisiana this thing camp. Mendon is part of a larger compound called the Louisiana army ammunition plant or lap. LA AP. Yeah. In the history of this place goes all the way back the beginning of nineteen thirty nine and the government that is when the government used eminent domain, which you're mentioning off air band. We have yet to do an episode on. I think we might need to correct that they use this concept of eminent domain. To acquire the land before the United States entered World War to get this, this compound is just under fifteen thousand acres originally. It had a couple of different names. It was the Louisiana ordinance plant, or it was called the shell plant alluding to of course, artillery shells. And for the entirety of its time since since it was fully acquired beginning thirty nine going to forty one it has been owned by Sam. But there's an important distinction. It has been operated by private contractors. So back to back to this, this history, right? L A, AP was completed in just eleven months under the direction of a contractor Silas Mason at the time. This was middle of nowhere country. It was. Well, we're family show. It was just east of bumble f-, if you know what I mean. I end there were very few people here. So from a congressional or state pork budget kind of perspective. It makes sense to have this kind of operation there, especially if you're dealing with ordinance or something that might be dangerous. You don't want that in downtown New Orleans, right? Yeah. And it also makes sense of the time that they're that they needed a lot of amunition was right around world. War two. Right. So in may nineteen forty two there were a total of eight production lines that were opened. And then by December nineteen forty four the number of employee's hit its peak at just under eleven thousand ten thousand seven hundred and fifty four. And that was in the month of the battle of the bulge, and is a major operation. Yeah. Well, I mean, think about all the munition that was deployed during that conflict during World War Two we needed a lot of this. They were not. They were certainly not creating all of them emission shy. A good portion of it. And then the plant was deactivated after after the summer of nineteen forty five right with VJ day. But here's a spooky fact this is one of my favorite things from the research this place camp. Mendon in L, A P are used interchangeably. Let's just call it camp. Mend camp. Mendon is built on not one, but nine cemeteries are any of those native American burial grounds? No, no. There may be some people from native American populations buried there. But they were they were rural cemeteries that date through different time periods. And they are now you know, the they got a little bit better treatment than the, the stories. We hear about and things like poltergeist, right? They weren't they weren't just paved over. They are under the care of the US government, so you can see. The existing grave markers. They took out there were these wooden grave markers, right? Which you're not going to hold up very well. And the humid environment of Louisiana. And they were replaced with small concrete slabs. But the thing is the slabs don't have the names of the deceased listed on the markers. They're just slaps. Oh. Which is pretty sad. Right. The cemeteries are Allentown crew. Jim Davis, king Nottingham rain Richardson,.
"boissier" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Once the place to be seen. We're talking, of course, about Mariel batali this feature story from the fun and fabulous DO of cake. Crater Devin Leonard fans of both how come you to both headwork up story or hunt? You come together. I would say that Devon is such a fantastic writer and researcher. So he managed like, I can I can walk around and talk about Babo glory days all day long because it was that it was that grey was there. I was exactly we'll take us back to Babo in the heyday, it was it was really the epicenter of the world. It was the coolest place to be. And it was the time when like Balthasar had opened until I everybody was like you wanted to go to this French broderie where all the models are. And then Mario batali and his partner. Joe Boissier made Babo. The coolest place in town. It was where you would see Madonna in a corner like literally should be sitting there in a corner and dress like a white dress looking looking magnificent, and you never knew Bill Clinton would walk in. It was it really was like a power seen that New York knows how to do power scenes, and it was the Pitta me of power. Batali was like the celebrity chef before there were so many celebrity. Chef is that fair. Yes. No. He came up at exactly the right moment. He sort of came up in the early nineties, right? When the food network was taking off and they used each other, really. Well, he was a star on the food network who talked to people in an intelligent way, he taught them to make pasta instead of the boring sort of like put your pass in a pan. He wanted to teach people about different regions of Italy. And he became a starry had also fantastic instincts for making Italian food sexy and fun. All right. So he and Joe bust Yana, right? They opened up a bunch of the restaurant and really became such an strong and really forceful pair right in the restaurant industry. That was then then come fast forward me too. And that impacts. Mario batali hashtag metoo movement. Really changed everything. And it was like someone turned on the lights at the club. So everything that was great and fun at Babo and behavior that might have gone up gone on upstairs. Dining room or something. Like that. All the sudden became things that you would talk about on sixty minutes and file police investigations on. It was it was the scene when you put this late on it. There was a lot going on. And I feel like the Mario batali was like one we've seen in many other industries, right? Whether it's the media industry, if you will wear people were known for kind of having a history or doing certain things, it just wasn't made public. And then all of a sudden, it was made public and that changed things right? No, exactly. And I think that's where Devon's fantastic reporting skills came in one over us. Go back and read articles read sort of go Buford. Book heat, there's all sorts of clues and just the way he behaves towards women battalion that is in the in the book, whether he's you know, he's on he's on TV or drinking and all that stuff. I mean, if you read that read that book now with knowing what we know now. It's all there. It was. It was just wasn't as verbally arresting people. He's groping people. Right. How come I mean? It was pretty agreed to read some of this stuff that you guys have in your story. So I mean, that's that's that's been out there. But yeah, I mean that that's what that's why he was forced out of his restaurants. Well, I I do wonder, you know, you know, this industry. Really? Well, I mean, why was it that it was fairly known or well known right? That kind of how he was. But it didn't become public or didn't become a problem before this. I mean, it's a really good question. I think it was behavior that people tolerated, you know, sort of an open secret. But you know, this was a time. When restaurants were the coolest place to be right. And the price of entry might be to sit next to Mario batali and have him put his hand on your knee. You know, I think that it was the kind of thing where even when people wanted to work with him. I mean, restaurants, everything has changed so much. It's hard to overstate how much the restaurant mentality. He has changed in it kitchen mentality's changed. Now, what was hell rated even just like three years ago is absolutely forbidden now. And but captains have always been like a high energy testosterone live. He, and I think that behavior would go on the people just in some cases said it was part of a days work. And you know, you would you could like slap somebody or push them away. And then sometimes you couldn't. And so Mario batali certainly started crossing that line more and more. I mean, it was devastating. I mean, it really has changed. I mean batali went from being kind of at the height of this industry to being at the bottom. He was the pin me the celebrity chef I mean, he really he really was like one of those familiar faces. He didn't even necessarily need a last name. You know, we'll talk to the story which fascinating let's go back to the partnership between. Mario batali. Joe Boston, right? Several restaurants, different States Italy. Right. Batali had some ownership in that. So now. Now bus Tian edge is buying into that business right or buying him out. Correct. Right. Or we are. So we think so we think no. Well, I mean, we know what they've said. And what they said is that basically Tanya Bustos while eight Joe's sister, Lydia, Sean Dina daughter that she's stepping in to basically to Mark tomorrow sort of ownership role. So so she Joe aren't going to basically have the majority position all the restaurants, and they're going they're going to be running them. So that's what they said on March six and that was like maya's out where we're buying him out. He's not gonna proper from the restaurants any more. So and so when we're moving on they're moving out, right? Because what happened was nobody wanted to be affiliated right customers. Didn't want to go to those restaurants. So we're corporate clients places like Costa and all that. Yeah. And as a result of this change. I mean, people are coming back to those restaurants. It's the snow. I think that they really in December two thousand seventeen when allegations became public it. I think the effect was immediate and people really stopped going to those restaurants, and in the story Devon reported that at Oto, which is right in NYU and in the middle of anyway, you was blacklisted by inform students or by the school Joseph felt like. The name of the students were coming in. Right. Well, it's interesting to get into. It's not so easy kind of disconnecting from one another because you talk about in terms of the businesses, right? They bought the real estate. There's there's a lot volved. Right. And I mean, there's multiple all these restaurants are owned by separate LLC's fate. They all have different partners. It's not just you know, Mario Joe. So to untangle stuff in the real estate owned and all that stuff. So so that that took a while. And also, and then you have to think about the different motives the parties. Obviously, Joe and entirely would want to. You know, get Marriott as quickly as he could. But maybe more as would be like, well, you know, I'm a no hurry big number. So it took knows something like eighteen months. That's Devin Leonard a crater. And you're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up a.
"boissier" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Marketing dollars launching this fragrance and just made the most amazing sent and it has just incredibly high reviews like perfumes or usually really divisive. Ours has just consistently like so much like phantom in love, and it's really turned into this kind of cult classic. Nick. Products that I love and I'm really proud of. All right last question glossy is able to, cultivate, and create this community and culture through your product and experiences. How does that community and culture translate your team glossy, and how do you hire people that share the same mindset energy? You have for the company, and do you actually want the same mindset would have their elements that I think are critically important like, for example, really being devoted to the customer being super curious very inclusive and being inclusive actually is a great point that it's not about sameness right inclusive is about welcoming like different diverse opinions being able to say, hey you disagree with me. I disagree with you. But I'm including you in this conversation because we're going to hash it out. We're going to get to a better the right answer. So I think those things are incredibly important glossy or traits that some of our best leaders really really exhibit consistently. And I would say from the point of culture cultures kind of the thing that you think is like totally normal. But then you go somewhere else like two different company, and you're like, whoa. Like our Cup my company, so different. It's not better or worse. It's just things you sort of take for granted that are in the fabric of the company, and honestly glossy I think one of the things that we do is we we've a lot of fun into what we do. And I'm not talking like beer pong start up, you know, like like fun. But we unveil our strategy every year at camp Boissier, we take, you know, hundreds of people to two days of like, you know, cool we may who'll merge, we do like amazing activities. We had our a kickoff two thousand nineteen dinner. That was kind of like, I was joking as I stood there. It looked like a vow renewal ceremony of like working glossy. It was like a big wedding like a glossy wedding. It kinda was like the new year. It was like so you're all back recommitting for the your head. But you know, we put a lot of heart and soul into what we do. And I hope I recently was sitting next out that dinner, actually, a young woman an engineer who started, and we were talking about how important it is that on boarding is democratized on boarding is all of our responsibility. It's not just about to our training. Not just about, you know, here's a memo about going up to someone in the bathroom while you're washing your hands being like, hey, I've never worked. Are you knew? I'm so, and so I do this. And so I think that's also something that's very much unique to our culture. And the me what about diversity itself in bringing a more diverse culture into your company. Do you feel that you've done enough of that? That's something. That is talked a lot about tech companies is never achieved. And one of the things I've always the excuses. You're always get especially on boards in different. Now, you have a more diverse board. Is that is standards like we have to keep our standards, and I always notice, and I always say, this that the only time standards are mentioned when it comes to women and people call her that's the only time they used the word standards. And it's never that dumb. Ten people who are on the board of Twitter who screwed the whole thing up. And it's often the case that some of these companies that I've noticed that they've failed because they lack a diverse group of people talking to them. There's this the reason there's bullying on Twitter because most of the people who work there have never been bullied. They never understand people have problems. If you don't the person in the room working on the product right won't get started with the devices, Alexa, and Siri. And you know, they you can say, you know, help I've been raped and they're like what is rape. Or like what it like it's crazy like so not just that..
"boissier" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"House, and oh gosh me to have more fun as some of the stories, they tell would just make you laugh. She tells a story of Louis calling her up at six in the morning. Baby. What you do it? So funny. Fellows didn't fade. Her to get up and get dressed up to my room and tell each other some lies, and he's got a bottle of the bus ie says really how you stop telling us, and we laugh he did have to Boissier. Guess never forgot I glass Kavas EA. It wasn't my last. All right. And I wanted to play. Is a character. When I met her she's wearing head to toe, purple purple sequined, hugs, a purple for coat a guy came up and touched her coat and she flipped around. And she's said don't touch me. Don't you ever touch me? She's so sassy. Anyway, I think that she's one of the great icons of Seattle. And like I said she has dementia and she just got moved to assisted living. So if you go to my Facebook page, give you a minute after ring my bell. I'm going to put all the information up. I'll put the address it's this weekend in a state cell and her family is hoping that people will come out and buy stuff. So they can support are also I'm sure she has some really funky things in that house that you're gonna wanna own dementia depending on where somebody is on that journey is one of the cruelest things. And in fact, I saw I was talking with one of my friends. The other day mom has dementia and for the first time mom didn't recognize him anymore. As the daughter and wanted to know what they were doing there. And then sometimes when you're confused you get angry mad you start using language. You normally wouldn't use. Slowly, slowly takes your life. And for the people that love you. They have to have an incredible understanding of this different completely different journey wrong. Because a lot of times you'll live for years later. And that's why these care facilities are so important, especially the good ones out there because they can help with the quality of life of people that are suffering thing that jumped out to me is Louis Armstrong is most famous men on the world, and when you would travel in the different era you to stay at a friend's house. Right. Like Louis Armstrong should be in the finest hotel room Seattle has to offer. And he's like you're going to stay in a friend's house in like, I don't know if I can eat at the restaurants. I want to get through she's cooking meals for him. She she framed that up in a way that was very friendly. But there's a reason for that. Louis Armstrong, expect royalty as far as music goes in the world, and it's sad in our country that there for decades performers like that where you could go and perform, and he could sing a song, and you would applaud him, and then you wouldn't allow him to. Stay in the hotels of the city..
"boissier" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I believe and finally bury you're watching the sun come up and counting your money or dim cafe your order wine. Then suddenly, very years. You wanna be wearing is. This could be the start of something big. Data. Something. This must be the start of something that's gonna be the heart of something. This could be the start of something big. But it doesn't matter on a day when you scored eighty six points. The victory goes to Mr. Murray Horowitz. For this. Thanks so much. Dana fetter Cameron. Newell, Chris Krieger match Shaw, Shirley, Boissier and all the folks here at townhall for giving us a wonderful time. Each time we come to Seattle. Thanks also to Jeff Hanson and the folks at KU, oh w for all your help. I think folks in Seattle like their public radio Suren Salkind, the writers match show a man's the.
"boissier" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So much news. We're going to get into today, by the way, Piers Morgan Bill O'Reilly, and this you're not gonna believe we told you the case Clinton Iran's. Remember this case, I do not understand this country at times way, we treat. Our heroes are brave men and women in uniform, and we've been through the double standard member we had the case what was his name yet. The six pictures in the submarine Boissier Saucier. And he got in trouble got a year in jail. I mean, it's fifty years submarine, and he never shared it with anyone. They didn't put it on social media is that we treat our heroes. We're going to hear more promoter today on the issues involving. You know, the plea agreement. He never lied nobody in the FBI thought he lied. This is why we treat a thirty year vet, you know, one of the saddest things we're seeing this country is politicians. They all worked up and start these wars in our afraid to fight them or finish them Clinton. Iran's takes over a platoon and a platoon that was hit by an ID with these guys on motorcycles. And sure enough he's in charge and these motorcycle guys coming right at his platoon. Again, he has no idea if their ideas and on that motorcycle or not and he's got to make a split-second decision all turned out. They didn't have IEP's then they threw him in jail. And the problem is is that the fingerprints of the guys in the motorcycles were found on other e and he's still in jail. You would think that that would be culpa, Tori, fifty eight thousand fifty eight thousand American kids we lost in Vietnam. To pull out if we're not gonna win the war. Don't start it. At least we have seven, however, many years seventeen years now, if you're gonna make a decision to fight you can't let it become politicized in Washington. We cannot allow Washington either we'll tell you this case about Eddie Gallagher later to decide after the fact in the safety in the comfort of their big offices and meeting halls whether or not that guy made the right decision in the moment to save lives of people that he's he's fighting with unbelievable. Smoking is not about politics. It's about people. There are thirty four million Americans that smoke for me jewel was a game changer for goes you switched to jewel. It's simple. It's satisfying. And no more smell. I watch people all the time they run outside in the freezing cold. It can be.
"boissier" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"His fourth tranquilizer by now, number four. This isn't the same world. You go ahead and. You came up with these nuggets. Okay. Boissier city Louisiana a Bosquet city. Police officer been arrested Hugo this guy, real quick. No, no. I don't think that's a great idea. But I do have a question about he's been arrested for filming himself having sex. Oh boy with an animal. What I don't understand is. And I have been able not been able to find out is what it doesn't matter. What kind of animal animal? Thirty eight year old guy rested, December nineteenth charged with twenty counts of sexual abuse of animals by performing acts with an animal and twenty counts of filming sex acts with an animal. What I'm reading dive deeper is that it's not one type of animal. Oh, several different types of animals. So this guy's cheesecake factor in all over the wilderness in the state of Louisiana shall be the number the number of the counting shabby. Security clearance levels three. I got all three you guys. You're now being born live after three days. Three. Good types, porn star has been a.
"boissier" Discussed on Full Coverage
"It's the main thing I noticed was it was a bunch of different colors, which is interesting for drugstore. So there's like purple blue black and aubergine color, and I love and aubergine. She was the clinic won a couple of years ago. That was insanely has to be like you could mistake it for black. I get this is black cherry. I'm going to get this. So I got the black and I like it. It's the main sales pitch over is. It's easy opposites tubing. But I don't think it's tubing tubing. It's like glossy. Figgy? Yes, they won't go say that just came out the Moscow in the it's not cheating. But it removes with hot water. Right. So it's fiber. But. Joop tubing, but not gybing. So you know, what I mean, it doesn't need a would earn. I make up remover to remove it, which it might experience those Muskau usually relatively natural. I wore this most of this weekend. It's not scholar and is a more natural look than say a lash paradise, which is my favourite for full fringy lash or like a stripper lush. Yeah. Me too me too. So this I would say is much closer to the glossy version. It's more. It's got more balls to it than the Boissier. It's closer to in finish to climax. And that's always saying the gnaws one, which is thirty dollars. This one is six dollars. Yeah. I would get this one. I haven't heard anything about it. I had to go in store and find it. We talk about the ordinary and the democratization of beauty and skincare ingredients. But I do think obviously I under get it. I understand it consumerism marketing all of that kind of stone. But everything that is available as a thirty dollars. Yeah. Is something that you can get a very similar version of for less than two meters. Spend that money on something and since life paradise. I I used to love the Marc Jacobs velvet Norma's Gara and also shinola volume I adore but since less paradise. I can't bring whistle to do it. Great ex-. Great Brown to mention Marc Jacobs. The waterproof eyeliner. It is the best. It is absolutely for pencil. If you want to do your water line. I try Jillian Dempsey's ones this year. Really liked Joe highlights. But I don't I Joe Highland. Sorry. I'm just no, I'm I don't if I mentioned them professional beauty junkie. I talked technologists product. But on the glossy, I'm fucking fingers as low say on it. That pencil is the is absolutely brilliant. And I've seen another formulation. Like, I really liked the Jillian Dempsey ones and the Jillian Dempsey ones come in a variety of shade..
"boissier" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Get. Some dogs from dairy Nice Talk about. Stuff Last Cetera Snacktime today I'm less than. Half hour. It's okay it's. Not okay Something happened. That was worse Briefing foods breaching episode from years past the one of the weirdest things Any lady. Has ever done and. It didn't even involve her talking to me directly this is the worst the worst of you're listening lady. Jazz raining down before that you're going to this one is something else now you can make, the argument that anybody who thought online. That they were gonna meet aboard housewife for a casual and clandestine trysts I love that word tryst t. r. y., s. t. these guys responded to an ad probably on Craigslist That this, quote unquote bored housewife said I'm watt. Sex I board please bang me so the dudes show up to an address right how many dudes well There are a number of them a number of. Them she was looking for well there's no she but I mean that's. What they were under the impression that this was going to be a group activity no, one, at, a time like. She she, like they would. Show up they would think that there were, the? Only one there? Though Magnus, bored housewife so once there the men agreed to be blindfolded genius right to get blindfolded. By a lady you've never met before and once they're the the Matt. Agreed to be blindfolded and for sex acts to be performed What the men the victims did not know is that these supposedly housewife was a cross dressing man named. Brian due to moisture and that he was uploading the, videos to a. Porn website called, straight boys which promised gay men videos, of real straight man being conned into, accepting sex acts all, while blindfolded or wearing, blacked out goggles this dude ran this website for at least four years He captured at least six hundred videos, of dudes who thought that a woman was doing things to them when an actually a man was doing. Things to them six hundred and fifty six hundred fifty How does that happen so do you know was this all Mouth stuff what says sex acts to be performed. On. Them so I would assume so mouth and, hand stuff yeah I'm just saying. If. It goes beyond that then you know we really stark yeah according, to a law enforcement document obtained, by the Miami Herald agents believe this, posed as a real heterosexual female and posted ads on Craigslist seeking flings at her house near the homestead reserve airbase when. The man ask for sure, is that there are no cameras he assured, them that quote she is married to someone. In the, army and she would never photograph or video. Them in actuality he was video and. Audio taping every encounter now they didn't investigation with homeland security they charge the guy with two counts of illegal interception of oral. Communication and. Three counts of record? Keeping violations earlier this month this scumbag Arrested, and charged with unlawful sex. With a minor according to a, police arrest. Report cops found, doodoo Boissier with an underage boy the Floridian hotel and homestead the young man had reported, been reported missing and, do Mazda admitted he spent two, days drinking drugging and having sex with the teen? There were leather handcuffs lubricant and a leather whip. In. Plain view in the like okay I'm all, about due process and whatnot but. In. Some cases you should just be able to play judge jury and,.
"boissier" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Are high on this product aaron gabrielle look for your little hint of cocoa on this one not getting cocoa but i am getting yeah definitely some honey on there definitely a toasting us on it i want to take another ship it's from the barrel that's from the bourbon barrels yeah it's got a little zest on it i like the founders or better yet but the single very very nice again this is more medium medium plus she gets the retail looking at forty seven dollars bottle yeah shman cream liqueur could be more or less for the ladies ladies ladies ladies you can have some fantastic spirit some irishmen cream liqueur i wanna talk like the ladies man i got my coal boissier and.
"boissier" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Gene take over our social media accounts within the past year brands like glossy a for example basically got free pr coverage across instagram by taking on brandon bass affairs women to receive their products and then put their own unique twists on how they use the beauty products in their everyday life the exposure for glossy a was massive end these beating bloggers were getting free stellar product and after seeing the same grow apply the same beautiful looking cream bless your suddenly a huge fan of boissier and they're cream bush so again it is success all of these mixed campaigns really do boil down to one thing sharing experiences in a non monetary way which when you look at ads and campaigns of the past this is really really new relationships between brands and influencers are no longer static and these campaigns are actually shockingly based on mutual in an interest in longterm benefits which mean that they're genuine and with more influence matters and brands poppy yep every single day and enlist people to work with those are three things that will be crucial to the success of both ends moving forward especially for 2018 so what do these mix campaigns mean for the future well for one times are changing companies will spend more focus on inhouse marketing authentic collaborations and influencers will become even more niece when showcasing products so my biggest takeaway for you guys looking into 2018 and beyond is this we must begin thinking about how we can collaborate longterm in in a genuine way really looking internally at water brand can seat in you and how to bring matt as value to your brand exciting south freight lev with a handful of questions to ask yourself today feel free to jot down your answers let them merrin eight share them with me decide how you can intentionally work in this evolving campaign market and use it to your advantage as an influence her so here they are.
"boissier" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Two days president trump is again tweeting about the release of a memo drafted by the republican leader of the house intelligence committee quoting a wall street journal right up president trump says the memory poor to disturbing fact that the fbi and finds appear to have been used to influence the presidential election he op written memo asserts that the fbi abused and government surveillance powers in its investigation into russian meddling in the election much of the memo focuses on a dossier compiled by christopher steel that was used as part of the application to surveilled trump campaign advisor carter page the document alleges biased by steele saying he was desperate the donald trump not get elected and says the fis application didn't disclose a key role played by democrat fox's caroline shied leave the mental claims the fbi used a politicallymotivated dossiers the basis for that surveillance democrats say the alleged wrongdoing by the fbi is on unfounded racial hatred that's the appar motor behind the driveby shooting in italy leaving a half dozen african emigrants dead the country's interior minister says the suspect had a history of extremeright views and that the suspect planned the attack ahead of time and acted alone and two sisters are accused of torturing a five year old girl in a buddhist ritual massachusetts 30s in east bridgewater save fifty one year old peggy lou boissier and forty euro rachel hillary permanently disfigured the victims red of a demon that caused her to miss behave suspects also threatened to cut off the head of the girls eightyearold brother the women have fled not guilty to mayhem and assault charges fox news fair and balanced unexpected reactions to smart financial decisions brought to you by feed the pig dot org well.
"boissier" Discussed on KGO 810
"And then snip the man's ear with his scissors or make matters worse coach police said that he then took as electric clippers and ran a data middle of his head a spokesman for the mattis madison wisconsin madison police department told wisconsin state journal that the incident left a 22yearold quote looking a little bit like larry from the for instance silas and rubies so on this matter of fact there the place was arrested on charges of mayhem and disorderly conduct while armed i guess the clippers way yeah l there you go oh yeah cash cut it like larry oh not is it he ever said that can you cut it i want to look like larry fine planet he thinks you don't hear a lot good i was getting greek just because i for some reason and i don't know why because i've never pretended elective and i've had this craving for the past day and a half for fruit no lots yes i said that outside and heather hamann goes said no one ever i when i said i frankly he said no one but i've been craven institute i don't know where to guineas a too late have you ever had the fruitcake airs mendy bakery now rosa uh web i think there's ever on allegations on a louisiana 24th and there's one in emoryville odd ninth pablo manner ring handling of fruit and other than f they fruitcake guy you know 'cause i remember the though with a big mira sorvino cheery had kaolin though yeah though laugh yeah anthony's at boissier bought one and he said there's always align for this thing it only comes out the day after thanksgiving he put cracking this is a line put of an hourly it is it is delicious at i hate fruitcake really it was really really good but white tell me this nice it's only available dad for thanksgiving so white way labeling houses.
"boissier" Discussed on WJR 760
"To bed dreaming of it they wake up with a nightmare that it didn't happen well anyway we're not for what this because after that they've been turned over to somebody named m j lee john king tosses at the mj leave who is the national political correspondent who said this the fact that the president has somehow lengthened south of who is going to be exonerated in from his whole way not to put him on the couch us but i do think it just perfect at telling example of how he is so able to build a fortress around him and believe exactly what he wants to believe there's no clear indication that the muller investigation is falling down or nearing an end in fact it is clearly deepening it is broadening and scope but the president is choosing to believe that he he's going to be exonerated sometime soon and i think his advisors and its allies have every reason to be concerned about that we're your where is it sam that trump thinks he's wanna be exonerated zone well there was a rumor that moeller is preparing to write a letter that exonerates trump but i haven't seen weren't trump thinks it have you oh it's a it's a it's a drive by story that says trump is already thinking he's examiner and i'm hoping to brainwash trump that's what this mj lee means well factor present somehow convinced himself he's going to be exonerated so these people you'll cold winds are the ones that don't have any evidence good god it's been over a year lawyering sources made up sources blind sources anonymous sources not a shred of evidence yet and yet they live in this hope and dream that there's going to be that that silver bullet that evidence that one that one smoking gun it is gonna nail everything and you'd think after looking for it for your do they not understand that all this has been made up the trump boissier which are all buying into believing is made up all right i'll abbott take a break you know what i didn't have a chance.
"boissier" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Where were you use it serves a trump thinks he's to be exonerated zone well there was a rumor that muller is preparing to write a letter that exonerates trump but i haven't seen weren't trump thinks it have you oh it's a yet the official drive by story that says trump is already thinking he's examiner and that i'm hoping to brainwash trump that's what this image a lee means well fact the present somehow convinced himself he's going to be exonerated these people you'll clowns are the ones that don't have any evidence good god it's been over a year lawyering sources made up sources blind sources anonymous sources not a shred of evidence yet and yet they live in this hope and dream that there's going to be that that silver bullet that evidence that one that one smoking gun at just gonna nail everything and you'd think after looking for it for you did they not understand that all this has been made up the trump boissier which all buying into believing made up all right i'm a i'm a second to break you know what i didn't have a chance to get through and i'm not going to have a chance today i really i really wanted to do it but the way the thing shaked out today shook out it didn't happen but trump's speech yesterday i told you when i saw the one line examples of that it was great and it is i'm have to hold its one two three four five bites and i'm going to have to hold him tomorrow on if if the pending my intention is to lead off with an amara but who knows what's going to happen between now and then but you got to hear this but more importantly have to your might take on it and they're just if there's not time to get started with it and finish it particularly of ryan calls which may probably not happen but we have to keep the rush limbaugh.