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"brea" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

04:23 min | 2 months ago

"brea" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"Brea in this theater in a microphone. It goes with everything. It's a light wine, clean and crisp. Ridiculous. Ridiculous. Listen, dot, dot, F, and performed in Las Vegas. And when you do stand up in Vegas, typically you have to do an entire week, 7 nights in a row, two shows and there's an early show in a Late Show. And I bombed all 14. Shows. I'm not a huge drinker, and I don't really gamble. So I didn't know what to do between the early and Late Show. So the first night I thought I'd hang out in my hotel room, but it was so far away from the venue that I only had enough time to walk back to my room. Stand like this for two minutes, and then head back to the comedy club. The rest of the time, I thought, I'll just sit in the back corner of the club, hang out between the shows and just kill time having a glass of water. I'm sitting there, and my agent calls me to tell me that the venue called him to say that they thought it was weird. And I was just sitting in the back corner. And could I please leave and go find something else to do? So if I'm sitting there, my phone rings, I'm like, hey, what's going on? Oh. Okay. So humiliating. It's not like that call came from some far off headquarters someplace. A call came from inside the club. I'm certain the guy was looking through a little window, staring at me with disgust on his face. Just like, ew. Tell her to get out of here. I'm sick of looking at her face. I still didn't know where to

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Hunt on for gunman who killed 2 in wave of 7-Eleven holdups

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Hunt on for gunman who killed 2 in wave of 7-Eleven holdups

"A deadly crime spree at 6 7 11 stores in Southern California on Monday which was 7 11 day in police say that's not a coincidence Police are searching for the same lone gunman in several of what brea police captain Phil Rodriguez calls robberies that turned into homicides About a 100% sure but we feel confident that it is the same suspect Two people killed three wounded by the gunman who authorities have surveillance video of And we are asking the public the public's help and identifying that person The robberies began around midnight at a 7 11 in Ontario then upland in riverside a customer was shot in Santa Anna and brea workers were killed and in the harbor 5 hours after it all began to were injured by gunshots I'm Julie Walker

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Cops: 2 dead and 3 wounded at 4 California 7-Eleven stores

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Cops: 2 dead and 3 wounded at 4 California 7-Eleven stores

"Two people were killed in shootings before dawn at 7 11 stores in Southern California shootings were reported in riverside Santa Anna brea and le habra One person was killed in brea This does appear to be a robbery That turned into a homicide Captain Phil Rodriguez says a 7 11 employee was killed We are aware of other incidents that have occurred here in the southland at 7 11s We obviously at this point we can't confirm whether or not they're connected They are confident it's the same suspect Tape from KBC the shootings happened on July 11th 7 11 a day when the national 7 11 brand is celebrating its 95th birthday by giving out free slurpee drinks I'm Ed

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"brea" Discussed on Running To The Beat : Workout Music

Running To The Beat : Workout Music

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on Running To The Beat : Workout Music

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"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Back do you feel or do you feel like you could have articulated what work environment would have worked for. You know it's funny you say that because You yes no so. I always say if i went back to corporate now one of two things would happen. I would absolutely crush it. Because i'm coming in with you. Know like a encyclopedia of knowledge from thousands of people who are far smarter than i am. Thanks to the work done on this show Or i would get fired in the first day. Because i would be done with all my work and it would look like i was doing nothing because you know the natural byproduct of the of the work is i look for efficiency and everything interesting so i guess what i would say there so one of the things that we do in our work met lions tigers. Is that as each candidate comes in. We try to really deeply understand them and how and when they like to work. We talk about highest invest. Use a little bit ago so what is unique about our model. Is that as someone comes in it. It's like i was very customized approach. And then what we do is we try to go and find them projects that fit that particular body of their needs and their superpowers. Like if you are absolutely best working at midnight because that's when you light up then we want to find projects that are flexible in nature. That don't that can can be done. A synchronous lee and we set up the tools that allow you to do that. So that's why. I i would say like but but that's because i deeply believe in people's ability if they're put into a space where they are able to thrive and not the way that i wanna work So i mean if every leader. What does things like that from salt. Yeah no absolutely. I remember my old mentor. Greg said a few mismatch talent with environment. You're going to get shitty performance. And yeah this is something. I realized as the person who had been put on performance improvement plans. I realized there is one fundamental flaw. In that entire process. I was like performance improvement. Plans don't in performance. They prevent long wrongful termination lawsuits. Do i realized they said the thing that nobody ever asks when they put somebody on a performance improvement plan is. Is this person actually doing the right job in the first place. Maybe that's why they're performance socks. Yes that's a good point. And here's the other factor here that you know leaders really should be paying attention to z. I mean they're going to demand a very different kind of work. You okay so. I'm doing a little project with my alma mater. I'm i'm letting them take on a new product that i'm thinking about for lions and tigers and it's the entrepreneurship class at at my college. So i'm letting them take a chunk of us in my very first meeting with these six twenty year olds one of the gals says i have. Adhd and i. I wanna know how you can accommodate me. And i was like oh okay all right here we are..

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"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"I remember having. Somebody emailed me complaining about the lack of diversity of destiny. You realize you're a white woman emailing an indian guy about the lack of diversity on a show hosted by an indian guy so those are two experiences that really stood out to me. Because i think that it's really weird like again. I'm in the fortunate position that the stereotype of most indians is that their model minorities right where the doctors lawyers and engineers You know of this country and so we're really lucky there. But how do you stop diversity from just being a buzzword and you know what are the real impacts of diversity in the workplace. That's a huge question. Sweeney and one that. I think we were all growing in our understanding of and just to be clear with the audience. I'm a white woman was a lot of privilege. And so i think you know really for many leaders They weren't listening and they cry for mitt. Many years. i mean people have color especially are black community has been asking leaders to pay better attention. And it wasn't until george floyd that everyone had to stop and so d i became A huge priority and and consultants became a huge priority. For my business. I can speak in in terms of what i've experienced and how we've approached it. Company also is run by a majority white leadership team. And so when george flynn happened in my community came together to talk about this experience and collectively..

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"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"And i went into this job interview. I wrote about this in my book and i remember talking to this executive team and the guy looks at me and says yeah. He said when asked about the culture he said when we say it o'clock at eight fifteen and i was like yeah. This is a that's entirely driven by rules. And social norms that are completely outdated But and again. I haven't been in the corporate world for so long if that's the case anymore but i feel like an impact. Our hours workplace should be more prevalent across industries. And it doesn't seem like it is yet. How do we work for that. Yeah i mean you're touching on the great resignation. I mean this. This is the time that we're in you. You probably felt this earlier than many americans or maybe maybe how you were raised gave you more confidence to go into a a setting like this But now many americans are catching up. I mean we were hearing of course of the number of people. I mean you look a bunch of different studies and it's roughly half of americans are currently evaluating whether they're gonna stay in their roles or nine and then of you know we've seen a tremendous amount of folks opt out of the workforce either opt out or be pushed out right. I mean in. April may and june of this year alone. Eleven point five million workers quit their jobs. Wow a lot a lot and of course the majority of those are women in the majority of those women are women of color so you can imagine the kind of workplace destruction. That happens with everyone. Quit their jobs. Attrition is is the number one fear for leaders right now and these. There are really clear reasons why this is happening. I mean number one on the list is burn out. It's just it's not the way we have been working not sustainable. And and to to your point earlier you know. I represent a pretty big percentage of the population. Most americans are parents and many of us had to step out and take care of children for the last two years. My kids are a little bit younger. So i had a little bit of a different scenario but many of our colleagues Have been fighting against the system. That wasn't built by us or for us. You know this like eight hour. Eight hour eight hour. Workday just isn't real anymore. You know our our lives have changed so dramatically and we haven't centered The kinds of people that we really want to make sure stay in the workforce and so what we're seeing is that they're opting out the. How do you redesign a workforce to accommodate for this not just on the individual level bed or company but to do it at scale across the site..

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Now how do you manage. You know the time wise to actually do all of this because the thing that in my conversations with michelle. What became apparent to me was that i was giving advice about productivity and time management that often is given by. You know like single men. White men late tim ferriss and i realized if michelle dropped her kids off at tim ferriss house for we can said you know what babysit my kids. Let's do that as the tim. Ferriss experiment all his productivity strategies. Go to shit pretty quickly. Personally i want somebody to do that. I think it would be fascinating to watch. But the thing is know like i said that made me so aware of the fact that i had completely ignored the context of other people's lives when i was giving certain pieces of advice and i finally came to a conclusion so when i would sit in these masterminds i would tell people i'm like i want you to consider the possibility that everything i'm telling you is bullshit because it might be for you. You know. i mean we all stumble across her own privilege. All the time That that's just a part of this. Human experiment is that there are elements of advantage that we each have that we need to either compensate for or take moments of pause. And so you know. Nice work coming to the conclusion that That that you sit in a different than michelle. I mean yes i. I will read blog posts about life hacks all just like okay. I can't i just like morning routine. I am not meditating. Before i get out like you know. My baby woke up at four. Am i fed her. She went back to sleep. My middle kid. Join me in bed at five. Forty five by older kenyan bed at six we got out of bed and then like it's a scramble. I didn't. I couldn't get ready until eight thirty once. They got out the door. And then i raced to come and talk with you there. We just have a different deal. But what i'll tell you is from the hours of nine to five when i'm sitting here at my desk i am so good like i can get so much done and so there are other things that you know that we're able to accomplish that. And then and then after they tonight like all hop on. And i'll do my like nighttime research and reading in preparation for the next day and this is a life that i am deeply grateful for so i guess i don't see it as a disadvantage or a burden. It's just a different deal and a specific season. But i'm with you in terms of like the spots in privileged that we have that we don't always see until we are confronted with it. Yeah so i guess the follow up to that. Is you know with for the mothers in our audience. Who legitimately bring up the issues of time management which are nothing like mine because like i would say a one focused hour day and i realized how ridiculous for somebody like you. Somebody who's dealing with screaming toddlers and angst ridden teenagers. I'm a single guy and it just became so apparent to me so for mothers in the audience like what is it that enables this because the you know like you said. They have invaluable skills..

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"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"And this is that we're really passionate about my business. Because we come into workplaces and we help with basically culture coaching to make these environments more hospitable to women caretakers and other underrepresented groups so that they can stay in as much as we possibly. Can we want folks to stay in and we want them to either stand in fulltime capacity. Because you can you know. Right now that that attrition and resignations are through the roof but also to consider bringing them in a freelance capacity like the situation. I shared with you Because that also lets us keep folks in so. We are specialists in trying to help bridge those relationships so that we can keep the right folks in the room. What do you think that a men in the workplace misunderstand about this dynamic and this narrative and is that misunderstanding. True for men who happen to already be fathers as well but whose lives are long past giving birth along paths pregnancy. I mean look i i. I think we all have blind spots. I don't want to generalize you know all men Discriminate towards pregnant women by any means. I've met a lot of really active allies in this fight but we all have a responsibility to take up a charge. That looks like building hospitable. Workplaces where we all can thrive Pregnancy is one of the moments where we see a massive amount of discrimination very short period of time. That's not the only place we see discrimination. Of course people of color non-euro typical. There's there are many situations where we're not accommodating to our peers and our colleagues and should we. Should we offer that kind of accommodation or that kind of empathy. The kind of unlock. We would have our workplaces really is outstanding. I mean trillions of dollars would be added to the gdp if enabled this kind of work. No it's know. I'm so glad we're having this conversation because i'm being we recently launched. Something new course called one hundred eight product and when did the survey our audience..

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"I'm going to summarize it as well as i can. But essentially you're goes through tremendous development zero through five in your life and kind of after that you get pretty well set the only other time in your life that you will experienced that kind of dramatic change to your brain is in the one year following the birth of your child for mothers and engaged fathers so it actually changes the way that you think work. You're the lens on the world and amy's teaching is that we can absolutely unlock creativity at work. aligned with parenthood. And for me. That certainly has been a true experience. I had my babies. And i started my business. All all mixed up. And jumbled up together so i personally experienced that same that same thing. So they're two questions that come from this one you know. How did your own perspective and world changed specifically as the by product of of having children and then from a policy level. What is it that can be done to combat this whole idea of pregnancy discrimination address your question. So i'll tell you another story. Okay so i had my first son. I was scrambling to figure out what i wanted to do with my life but professionally and what i didn't know about kids is that they don't know how to eat or sleep. I didn't know that they didn't know that. So i was. I was trying to figure out how to sleep train. My son sleep train. This is a job. This is something you have to do. You have to teach the kids out asleep. So i started this little facebook group of a bunch of my mom friends and i was like. Hey i need to get my kid to sleep. Like what are the techniques and what happened next absolutely blew me away. All these women in this facebook group started at adding their other friends and introducing themselves and this group grew organically. I mean in a matter of months we had five hundred folks in this group and all of a sudden these women were suggesting all these techniques and bank eased in classes. And i was like what is happening here. It was this club. I didn't know that. I needed. And that i immediately got invited into and what happens is that i. I looked at this group and i said why. Can't we have that at work. Why can't we have this like truly intrinsically motivated collection of people so enthusiastic about helping each other without fear like why can't we. We have that experiment in the workplace. And that actually that. Little group of facebook mama's totally changed that question that i told you earlier about which was who do you want to serve. I wanted to give money to this group. I wanted this. This group of women and mothers to live lives that allowed them to be both mothers and compensated well and have this impact in the world and not have to compromise and so that completely shifted. What i wanted to do in the business that i wanted to build because before that i had been making a bunch of white dude's really rich and i just didn't want to do that.

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"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"As employee number one at a staffing business and i scaled them up to about one hundred twenty folks and then i went in. I pursued some Experiences in digital agencies ran one of those i went and joined a startup and it was. When i was at the start up my first time doing a. b. c. Start up and so. I kind of had had this like collection of with seemed like random experiences. But kind of a little bit of a tour of duty around the business world and checking out different business models when i was at that startup. I got knocked up. I was super excited. We decided to start my family with my husband and it was while i was at that startup that the company decided to go a different direction and they reduced our staff of about five hundred folks by twenty percent so i was laid off seven months pregnant and that moment three that i was like okay shit so not only do. I not have a plan. But i don't any options. I faced a lot of pregnancy discrimination. I tried to get a job desperately. I was the breadwinner for my family. I held our medical benefits For my upcoming birth like all of that was in jeopardy and so no one would hire me. I mean i was. I was essentially left out of the workforce and so i was very fortunate and lucky to be able to become a consultant. So i just said okay. What will you at least hire me on freelance. And i got a couple of yeses. And so i scrambled to put together and save enough money for a self funded maternity leave after that and once that happened like i had this baby i had this like fledgling consulting business out like a out of duress and then i had to scrape together to build something like a career plan or get a job like so. That was kind of the moment that i found myself in after my first son. So how common is pregnancy discrimination in the workplace and what are the blong term implications of that for businesses because somebody who runs on unmistakable is a freelance business at if somebody came to their damn good at what they do i would say. I don't care if you're pregnant..

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"It's a very rural community So it was really different from how i grew up in urban seattle and running for student body president. There was something. I knew that i wanted to do the second. I stepped on that campus. And i was the eight female to hold the role of buddy president in one hundred year history and we haven't had one since so it's it was a really unique experience to try to figure out my path to To even to win. I knew i couldn't for instance have another female on the ticket with me I picked the local radio. Dj to be my vice president like there was like all these things in and structures. I tried to fight against to To try to win in but it was like for this greater good. Like i knew that if i could get into that seat that i could change the way that we perceived advocacy that we would have a different voice representing students like it was just. It was kind of a worth it in the end and again that has like really translated even later in life like i don't remember what classes i took necessarily in college but i definitely remember holding those kinds of positions of power and what the pressures that look like that raises the question for me about the structure of you know how politicians operate In their campaigns general right because you just mentioned that part of your motivation to do this was for the greater good and when i see politicians often i think they're almost entirely driven by self-interest When we get into sort of local government state government and even you know government on the national level. They make a lot of promises but at the end of the day it seems like you know self interest drives so many of their decisions versus really thinking about the greater good and recognizing the fact that we live in an interdependent society your pessimist pessimist but somebody's lost faith in politicians to act in the interests of citizens based on what i've seen over the last two years and.

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"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Taking the time to join us for having these premiums so happy to be here with you. Today is my pleasure to have you here. You are one of a long line of amazing people that has been referred to our show by our mutual friend. Sarah pack every single person who she refers is amazing at every tub. I say that to somebody..

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"brea" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi this is tony tomato and welcome to bite here on the t. podcast network and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that we would do. You know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion natalie. Zea is eve harris in la brea new series on nbc about a giant sinkhole. That's more than meets the eye. She gets to sort of make that epic shift from the twenty first century. Kind of existential anyway. To is i just got to stay alive and keep my family live and not starve to death and not get killed. Family is front and center to family is pretty integral to the story on sort of symbolic and also very literal sort of basis. Because there's there's sort of Their pulled apart fifty fifty one one faction of the family is up in the real world and the other faction is down in In the downstairs is what i call it. And i would assume i don't know but i would assume that the entire series for for this particular story line is about these four people becoming a unit again and again there's lots of metaphors that can can arise polarize With that you in macklin is gavin harris. Eve's ex husband. I'm most excited about the brand. Just actually know what's going on. That's been one of the coolest parts of me but being in this show is not knowing what's going to happen next and i think that's what audiences are going to really enjoy just that that sense of adventure which is kind of movies. I used to love grown up or the tv shows. And i was a kid. And i am and i think. It's a bit of a throwback in that way where it's just this crazy adventure where the characters don't know where it's going to go. I think the audience is going to get pulled along for the ride. I am and i don't even know what's happening. Yes the family is separated. So is he. Josh and eve are a part of this. The sinkhole that gets they get sucked into but is able to escape. And is he is up up in the real world with her dad gavin. While even josh down down below what is going to ground this series i think the series will be dependent on the characters and their relationships and how everybody sort of relies on each other how everybody sort of becomes aware of their own strengths and weaknesses through the other characters and also learning learning about the pasts of a lot of these people and how it informs how they're surviving and how their methods of survival gavin is more than he seems as a character. The character of governors is complex. He's he's a was air force pilot he was a family man and it to kisner the great marriage and then he Began to suffer these visions and so it's derailed his life and his derailed his marriage and it's changed relations with his kids so he's suffering these struggling to cope and deal with that. And so you're seeing this real character. Trying redeem himself by trying to get his family back while struggling with his own demons which then he's realized actually connected everything that's happening. Even gavin's daughter is izzy plagued by zero gurecki. I think my favorite part about playing easy. So far has been the people i get to act with especially because i work with a lot. And he's so much fun to work with because he's such a generous in partner that makes every single scene really fun and different. What will draw us. The audience to this series i think audiences will likely brea and be drawn to it because of all the different stories but are in it. It's not just you know you know how some shows it's just the one single story and that story is great but after a while it gets old that that's not going to happen in brea solely because there are so many different stories that you can investigate learn about it. It's really interesting to hear about all these different stories and all these different people. What surprised you the. I think the most surprising thing about filming la brea was that we filmed in australia. Was not expecting that. I kind of expected a lot of the other stuff in the sense of really big scenes very emotional scenes but it was very startling when i got the call that oh you're going to be working on australia. Look from the brea on. Nbc tuesday's check your listings. You can also.

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"brea" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"brea" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"I am absolutely thrilled to be continuing our in. Wfl conversation for better or for worse and joining me today is andre carlisle courtney. Sta of the diaspora united podcast. Hi courtney and andre no little. Oh thank you for having us. You know i wanna talk. You'll have to tuesday's episode. Go back gesturing and i really ran down all the drama. That's been happening and we're gonna get to some of those topics in a bit. But first i want to ask you both because the podcast is so great and it's really filled a void in sports media. And i just feel like you guys like the whole goal is to center black women and soccer in the conversation. We know they left off. How did this come about that. Like how did you two get together and start the pod for. Actually i was gonna throw it to okay. The first down started through damn so there. You go basically just kind of noticed that in in you know. Women's sports coverage is lacking overall and certainly at the bottom of that are black. Women being celebrated for their accomplishments Bit of an imbalance here. And i know crystal dunn has spoken recently on a bunch of that and so it was really with data backdrop. That i was like you know. I don't know if i'm the right person to do this. But i know this needs to be done and so i reached out to talk to a couple of people. And they're like yeah. You should definitely go ahead. And do that and i was like i cool so i was trying to figure out who should be my co-host and courtney followed me and i ended up being like i I never talk according before. He's never had a conversation before. Wait so what was it about courtney just like you're a black woman like do this with i can't well. I guess i knew that she covered soccer. I knew deep into soccer. And i got some recommendations from a from a mutual friend brea feliciano who does she's like you know what according would be perfect for this now like awesome. I know of courtney. But i've never talked to her so let's see it the first time we can talk record..

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"brea" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Yeah that's yeah but if you're adding years to be no thanks. But i think you i bet you they're reversing some of it but ultimately you still just live way more years as an old person which wants to do that. They said time magazine for years has been saying person being born like today right now. We'll live till two hundred. And i don't think that's true. That's a big fucking jump man to jump from like a like a buck. Fourteen like the teens is where we usually hear like world person and even then we go bullshit right. It's like how do you even fucking know from ecuador and you're telling me you're going to add like eighty five years onto that some some fucking old person in a ecuador from anywhere but northeastern america. I'm questioning your hundred plus years. Forget about ecuador mississippi not no one was counting pop pops in no. Give me a break. Well mississippi you liable to go to the hospital they. Iv accidentally give you fucking maple syrup. You're not. They're not keeping records down there. They have no idea. That's like the fucking What's his name. Keep the old onto mima to racist. Maybe we got new sheet. We plug it all. Jemima brea amancio patient apolo dean lax. There's no way these records are this is jonathan was the The turtle or tortoise to all the fucking You know tortoise nitpickers. Jonathan is the oldest tortoise. Big on fucking absolutely kill yourself. Don't come over bridge into the waterway bridges in traffic on the side when everyone starts honking. You don't do it fucking. Turner jump in front of a mack truck. Look at jonathan bro. He looks like a piece of wood. That looks like like a coffee table. That looks like i mean this dude. Jonathan the turtle. I'm gonna fucking coma. Turtle they say was born in eighteen thirty two which first of all again i call shit. Like how do you fucking no one was born. He's a hundred eighty nine years old gettysburg address. Yeah yeah like in the book. And he was standing on jonathan he wasn't stumps wasn't he wasn't accidental. He was standing on top of jonathan. They all they said they knew it because there was a picture this picture of him. Oh what do you question. And they go they go. He has distinct distinct patterns on his show that we know it's him. Fuck you got d'appel gang or did you have a turtle double that turtle is probably like forty happens to have the same shell as this motherfucker from the eighteen thirties in this picture. That is our shells like fingerprints. I guess oh shell. Patterns are distinct so they said eighteen eighty two. He was brought to an island as fully grown. T took this picture in eighteen eighty six and now he's still alive. I call bullshit on all of that because one day. I mean i could pull up a picture of of one of your dog angers but he was born in john's one hundred ten because look at this guy like nick cage has those timberlake has won the time traveller shit like just because pictures kind of look like somebody doesn't mean that it's fucking them no but let's say for the sake of argument..

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Relaxing Back Into Full Presence

Tara Brach

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Relaxing Back Into Full Presence

"Lee began with a very simple reflection. the increase. What your intention is for practicing for meditating for being here. What's your what's sincerity in your heart. Right now what really matters to let your shop be aware of the whole experience of sitting here. Sensations of the body wherever your body breathing consciously extending the in breath so it's a nice full deepen brea and then a slow out breath slow enough so you can feel the sensations of letting go then again a full deepen in breath dealing the chess filling the lungs and slow out breath feeling the sensation. Just they release the breath going out continuing with full deepen breath. Long slow out breath sheer matching the length of the in breath and the out breath not pausing in between breathing in opening to receive and breathing out releasing out or relaxing letting go

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"brea" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Tickets to the live. You made it weird and the living largo and hope to see you there in brea as well. In the meantime enjoy the incredible. Peter kam man. I love this chat and we're going to be doing more with some of the other new faces so here's new faces. One of who knows. Peter kim get into it how i think the only prison that added positive. That's really the first people mentioned the bottles and i just emptied the bottles. The problem is peter. Every time i use it. Three bottles sledding. Yeah your your sweat machine. So that's only like i just cleaned it. It doesn't matter it's stupid. It bears a comment. But you're the only person that said. Nice katie can attest. That's right. This is my i i never thought. Can you turn me up a little bit. You may. This is also the first one since the i just had. I just got this and this is blocking you. Katie it's like blacking at your eyes like a cia document. Yeah i had a and this is embarrassing. Are you ready. You know how when you get on an elliptically after kind of like like you have to lunge forward to like get it going. That was too much. I don't like that started. I like zero effort. And val and i were just talking about this last night. Like treadmills are easier than running like if you can run a mile and a treadmill. It doesn't mean you can run a my on. I was like good. That's what i want. I want you wanted his. I wanted easy. Why do i want it hard working out. You don't want it to feel hard. Thank you and you don't know good for you thank you. I don't even. I don't even know what i mean. But i'm like this is my trying first. Well you look great. Shot up she shut up. You look great. Thank you and it's effortless do you. Do you want one of those empty bottles..

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Goodwin Homer in 9th Gives White Sox 2-1 Win Over Indians

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Goodwin Homer in 9th Gives White Sox 2-1 Win Over Indians

"The white Sox earned a two one win over the Indians on Brian Goodwin's walk off Homer with one out in the ninth the thing is really the most important part of this whole situation in order to come out on top of the series and and get a win we were we were excited we we Adam you know big time I gotta give him props for coming out and and plan is tough Liam Hendricks allowed one hit in the ninth to complete a scoreless sixth an extent by the Chicago Bull pent beanies didn't score after mile straws home run leading off the third Chicago tied it when Jose Brea was hit by a cal Quantrill pitch with the bases loaded in the fifth watch gave up one unearned run on three hits and four walks over six innings the outcome restores the white Sox nine game lead in the AL central on the ferry

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The Long COVID Doctors

Science Friction

01:42 min | 1 year ago

The Long COVID Doctors

"Let's start with doctor. Amy small in brea back in time so back to october. Twenty twenty. I know it feels like a lifetime ago. Doesn't it gosh. I could go back and speak to myself as a gp prior to all of this. I know that i would have been much better doctor then and i hope to be much. Stop to now. I have seen too many cases on nine of people. Not being heard not being listened to that symptoms in their concerns not being validated. I've seen heartbreaking stories of people just being dismissed of seeing heartbreaking stories of people losing their jobs. And i am very lucky that i have a platform where i can speak up and try and get long recognizes illness long. Covert appears to not discriminate. Healthy people young people people who apparently had mall case of covert nineteen and every sistemi. Nobody's can be affected here the other two doctors you made today. Many of my colleagues have been unwell since march and have really struggled to get any kind of medical inputs until the last couple of months. Those you weren't hospitalized with the illness would just sort of left to get to get on with it. It's the classic thing a suspect. It might even be bloke thing deny it for long enough it will go. I diminish it ignore it. Oh no not another thing to worry about. A suspect always going through people's minds and that will include medics politicians but they will be left with the long term consequences and in terms of the total health burden that will weigh exceed. Whatever acute cove to us.

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"brea" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"brea" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Neil don julio this and other place called la brea which i personally think that is not as good as don julio but still like a more of a premium steakhouse place and was very noticeable about these places that they have a happy hour from six thirty..

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Hollywood Monsters  with Mallory OMeara

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

06:01 min | 2 years ago

Hollywood Monsters with Mallory OMeara

"History is written by the winners by men early editors of science fiction anthologies choice to exclude by women and in doing so made many believe that women did not write science fiction in the genres earliest years. This is just one example. And by no. Means the only one mallory mira self-confessed monster lava and film. Ned discovered a similar story in one of her favourite monsters. Millicent patrick was one of disney's earliest female animators and went on to design one of the greatest film monsters of the creature from the black lagoon but a jealous smell. Coworker ensured that there was no prestigious career. A rating millicent. Mallory decided to set the record straight in her book. The lady from the black lagoon. Hollywood monsters and the lost legacy of millicent. Patrick and reestablish. Millicent of monster design mallory. Thank you for joining us. But before we get stuck into things would you please introduce yourself to our listeners. high Yeah thank you so much for having the ottoman cited to to talk about this with you. Three i m author of lady from the black lagoon an fulltime author. And i'm also fellow podcasters. I host the show reading glasses every week with my friend. brea grant. what did you hope to achieve by. Unearthing the story of million patrick and setting the record straight about her contribution to monster design. Well a few things honestly the impetus behind me working on in in writing from the black lagoon was just i wanted to know. Millicent has been my hero. Since i was a teenager and i wanted to satisfy my own personal curiosity i found out about her when i was seventeen and it just seemed creature from the black lagoon like nobody even knew if she was still alive. She didn't have a website. She didn't have a wikipedia entry. Nothing about her online. So i personally just really really wanted to know at as i started digging into her life and her work and in this book i i also just. I wanted people to know that we've always been here. You know i. I actually started working on this book before the metoo movement happened and while i think it's amazing that there's such a huge push right now to get more women in front of the camera behind the camera writing doing everything women everywhere in cosigned for me but i also think it's really important to have people know that women have always been here. We have a legacy here and millicent. Patrick is proof. That and if i could only unearth her story and bring it to the world than i could could prove it is funny. You say that. Because i remember i was a massive star trek fan still but i remember in high school being completely obsessed with original series star trek and then discovering that d c fontana was a woman and i was like women have been there from the beginning. We right star trek. Yeah so i. I definitely can get on board with excitement. It changes everything. I mean finding out that a woman who designed this incredible monster that i became completely obsessed with it changed my life. It made me realize up until that point all of my heroes in the monster world. Where met you know tom. Savini rick baker. Dick smith jack pierce. It never even occurred to me that women did those things and seeing just one single photo of seeing a woman working on the creature from the black lagoon. It broke my brain open. It was like being struck by lightning. And it you can. You can make a direct line from that moment in time in front of my computer. Seven seventeen to me becoming a filmmaker later on up reading a bit about medicine on. You mentioned that you back. Then she didn't have a wikipedia entry. She does have one now on your on it as well. Yes i mean we're competing is basically all from the bottom up until that point there was no there was really no biographical information about her and the stuff that was out there was largely false Sometimes because of Militants own she liked to fabricate biographical information about which was very fun for me to deal with as biographer But it's now now actually people who she is and she has a wikipedia. Entry people You google tons of stuff comes up. It's really it makes me really really happy. So how did she become raised from history in the first ice so the her boss at the universal studios monster shop and she worked there in the early nineteen fifties was a man named bud west more and he was part of a very very famous big family of makeup artist. The west morris His father actually. George west was the man who invented the idea of a makeup department so they were huge. Deal in hollywood at the time he had a massive amount of power and influence not just at universal but in the film world is a whole unfortunately he was also known for taking people's credit being very jealous of the other artists that worked with him if they were more successful or more talented than he was which wasn't hard to do And she designed creature and they shot the movie and it became very clear that the movie was going to be a huge hit. They the universal studios publicity department wanted to send millicent on a press tour to promote it and up until that point in history know in the fifties. There was no twitter. There was no. Imdb there is no way for people to really look into the details of of credits on films. You know back then. There was no like ten minutes end. Crawl at the end of a movie like we get now. There was only like these cards that gave the heads of department Credit for the things that they did so no matter. What but didn't design at on a movie increase in the credits creature. It says makeup. Bud west more So he never was challenged. People always just assume that he designed everything that came out of his shop

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Glastonbury Festival starring Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney and Supergrass is cancelled again

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Glastonbury Festival starring Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney and Supergrass is cancelled again

"Was among the All Star headliners for glassed in Brea 2020, celebrating the massive annual UK music festivals 50th anniversary. But the pandemic bump that celebration to June 2021 now that do overs been postponed as well. Organizer's issued an apologetic statement saying that despite their best efforts, the pandemic still got things to if he to make plans. Hang

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Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally

"Hurricane season. Still active. Hurricane Sally hit the Gulf Coast is a Category two storm this week. Teddy, now upgraded to a Category three storm, which is expected to approach Bermuda this weekend. It does not appear poised, Tio pose a risk to the U. S mainland once Hurricane Sally is now a post tropical depression but still producing torrential rains over the Carolinas with a few tornadoes possible. Further south cleanup is underway along the Gulf Coast. ABC is Jim Ryan says Flash flood warnings have followed in the storm's way Even hours before landfall. The predictions were forced alley to take a swipe at New Orleans. But the Crescent City barely felt a Brea says the storm turned the East Doris Tires lives near the spot where Sally came ashore. I think that hurricane caught everybody off guard because it was supposed to get in New Orleans, it came to Gulf shores, She decided not to evacuate, facing the 100 Mile, an hour winds and extreme flooding at home. Thomas take. She says she won't make again, Jim. Really in

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Lawsuit claims negligence in coronavirus-related death of resident at Bria of Geneva nursing home, Chicago

WGN Nightside

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Lawsuit claims negligence in coronavirus-related death of resident at Bria of Geneva nursing home, Chicago

"And what's believed to be the first cobit nineteen death lawsuit against the Chicago area nursing home has been filed against bury up of Geneva one out of every four of its residents have died from it WGN's Tonya Francisco reports hello I'm I was a lonely woman Michael Cole well remembers his mother in law Helen Sucha as a gracious intelligent hard working woman who after raising two children went to work at the famous como en in Chicago as a bookkeeper and a waitress for thirty years she had a whole collection of customers who loved her about a year ago the family moved Helen to Brea of Geneva they last saw her in March just before the facility was locked down because of code nineteen will such a passed away April twenty six at ninety seven years old you all had no idea that help and was sick until you got a call saying she passed right the funeral on Davis Helen's death certificate and I'm that death certificate it says that she was ill for one week prior to her death and then it's it's less less a a covert covert as as the the cause cause of of her her death death absolutely absolutely incredibly incredibly outrageous outrageous attorney attorney Peter Peter flowers flowers has has filed filed a a wrongful wrongful death death lawsuit lawsuit in in Kane Kane county county circuit court accusing Brea of Geneva of not taking reasonable measures to ensure its employees and staff members complied with the Kobe nineteen preventative directives of the Illinois department of public health and the centers for disease control brio spokesperson has released a statement blaming the deaths in part on what breed of calls a lack of immediately accessible cobit testing the Associated Press now reporting on a study that suggests forty one percent of all Kobe deaths in the United States have been linked to nursing homes

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For our listeners: Your SafeSPACE recordings

Peace Out

08:31 min | 3 years ago

For our listeners: Your SafeSPACE recordings

"Hello. Welcome to a special bonus episode of peace out last season. We asked you to tell us about your safe space. The place and people people with whom you felt safest happiest and commerce now. Why did we ask you that? It's important for all of us to have a place or person that we know we can always go to when we're feeling upset or worried or scared a place where you feel feel calm a place where you can really feel that you can be yourself and a person who can cheer you up. Or if they can't they're able to just sit quietly with you for as long as you need or maybe it's something like a Steffi or your fluffy's pillow something comforting thing and that reminds you of all the other times you felt your most relaxed. We heard from children from all around the world. We couldn't share share them all during season three but we did listen to them all and they were just so amazing that we're going to share them here now. Let's start art with vivid here. She is and then Pan Am nine years old massive spacious beach because I love jumping over waves and looking at all the beautiful things I have all the wildlife and I hope you do too by. I do of wildlife to thanks for sharing the highway. Wish Day I live in Montreal. My call place is when I'm in bed. You're listening to peace out with my mom. My happy place is when I rather may school with my friend. Layla messy shoddy. Sounds like yes really amazing people people in your life including your mom in Leyla now. Here's Kylie I'm. I'm six years all I live in. Should call go my safe spaces with rideshare me listening to your podcast Kylie I. I wonder if you're listening with your family right now. The sound wonderful and so do you brea in the United States throat in. Hi My name is brea and I love peace out. I listened to it every night. I am ten years old and in Illinois. My safe-space is when I'm with my stuffed animal. Edward is actually five years old. My Com space is when I'm in bed listening to peace out. My happy space is when I'm with my African side Neck Turtle Quirky once again. I love peace out. Thanks for you and we love you to say hello to Edward and quack for us we want to say hello to Mrs Manners. And her amazing students they listen to peace out in the afternoons and wanted to share their safe spaces to hear our CAITLYN. Ellis I'm Caitlyn. I'm a lesson and die forming. Good I listen to peace with my teacher Mrs Mattis I like peace because it calms me down off to a hot day of whack. My happy place is in my bedroom with all my favorite toys video games might come place. Nice is in delivering with with my family impacts. ps I most his stick. My Name is Alice on eleven years old or listen the UK and listen to peace with multi Mismanaged at school. I like peace out because it's relaxing so relaxing. My happy places hyman playing xbox Michael in places saying in the corner of my room peace out high hi articles Kian undermine eleven years old and on some England. Are you love pace out because does it makes me relax and full to sleep. Pay Out and pay within. Thank you Mrs Mrs Manners. Sounds like an awesome teacher. And you all sound like incredible students who are aware of what works for you and what you can do to help the yourself. Calm down and relax. Thank you here are few listeners. Who Saves Space is at home getting comfy and cozy right before or they go to sleep or just being at home with their families? My Name is Colin Alliot. Three years old but species species with ceased spaces with by dad in Family is blige Bought my mom copy space in my bed. Listen to peace out my name. Is Wesley aaliyah hit an. Im five years old. I am corner Elliott's brother and myself space is called lean with my brother. My a happy space is Pints Walker my backyard with my dad and my brother and my com space is at my house. Curled up was Steffi's Boeing kit surrounding me. Hi My name is August. I'm for years old. L. Of in California. Yeah and my happy space is my playroom and my calms basis. My Bird and my safe places at home. Hello I'm Friday at five years old from England I come is where my family by safe-space more make my my happy space grandad alone renamed tug review. Loan my happiest basis with my family. mccombs bit is playing That with this time and come uh-huh in my little hammocks wing. Hi My name is Eliana. My space is with my family. M My happy ladies. Having to Butler's at at my friend's house and my Calms Space Israel will win I near nature by money courtroom and I love in Philadelphia Mice safe-space Israel my parents and my happy space is a my bed. In my com space is worsening. The piece Oh hello my name is so sixers or I live in Auto Minnesota. My Com space is in my room. My safe spaces risk by dead. My hobbies I is with my family. I like peace show thanks. My name is Alice in. I M. I'm for Michael's space is a marine corner in my bed. I'm happy when I'm moon vacation with family. Hello Chanel my name is Charlotte. I'm four years old. I live in Seamy Valley cowl Slovenia and Assoc. Now's the Best Denaro saw Mitt and my happy place is when I'm with my family playing at school with my friends and my comes. Fleiss is is listening. Piece Adam appeasal than with my mom making her rubbed my back in the software back. Thank you coren Wesley. August Frazier Dr Tag Eliana Coltrane Silas Ellis and Charlotte. The world is such an exciting place to explore in discover. But it's always so good to know that you have a safe space at home to go back to and with people there who love you. Thank you all for sharing during

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Two Men Shot In Hollywood, Suspects Still At Large

Bryan Suits

00:13 sec | 3 years ago

Two Men Shot In Hollywood, Suspects Still At Large

"Two men have been shot in Hollywood on the Brea between sunset and Hollywood Boulevard shooters got away except the shots fired during an argument early between a couple of groups of men that a one o'clock this afternoon both men shot are expected

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Mom-to-Beauty: How to Look Your Best When You Feel Your Worst

Art Beauty

13:39 min | 3 years ago

Mom-to-Beauty: How to Look Your Best When You Feel Your Worst

"Hey i'm amber and i'm ryan and this is art heartbeat. The real true about the fake so one of our segments that we are bringing back is talking to real women about things that you're going on procedures that they've dried products that they've tried and today's guest is really near and dear to my heart for a lot of reasons. I knew her when she she was a p._a. At box now over a decade ago over a decade ago and now she is a beautiful on air talent. She's she's a writer. She's so smart watched grow and blossom and she's a mom to be so. I'm so happy for her. She's just a really beautiful elegant woman and what's so incredible is and so unique about this is that for all of you women out there who are trying to become mothers or are are in a certain stage of pregnancy or maybe you just had a baby about. It seems like there's a lot of conflicting stuff out. They're out there and you know for some women she. She said that she got really sick at first yeah and she was feeling her where she's got great advice for that by the way so you wanna stay tuned for that but what was interesting is that she's also an on air correspondent so even though she was feeling like trash she had had to look her best and i think that some of the tips that she has here a really wonderful so it's my pleasure to introduce our next guest miss kelsey bowler. I feel like this is <music>. Are i like on the road show. I finally got you to d._c. To d._c. We totally got out of. I got out of the train like ryan. There's the capital oh my god we have to. We have to take a picture he's like are we doing this now but meanwhile as someone like drives by the cat calling oh god god indeed seeing these bad as new york the catcalls no although that i train station freaks me out more than new york transition he was really worried about. I don't know i mean it. Was it was a nation. I know but there's just a lot of grand central's better better but passion. I would take union overpass okay. I'll the i agree so kelsey. Thank you so much for having us here. First of all where tell us about the building that we're in right now because this it just feels old an old and all of the right waved preserved like it's had some good bo talks not like it needs a renovation. We're talking saying i'm really beautiful. What does the history behind this building while it did recently get some bow talks downstairs at the staff lounge where you got your waters and coffees when you walked in here but we are at the heritage foundation which is why working working as the nation's leading and largest conservative think tank. I have been working here for five years. <hes> i'm on the media side so oh i call myself conservative journalists they have a multimedia website called the daily signal and i produced videos. I write right and i do commentary for them. <hes> been here yet five years in in d._c. In it so close to the capital. I never take those views for granted. I have to say and i will throw this in. I met kelsey gosh. What was it ten years ago. At least we were working at fox <hes> at at the time we were working on <unk> slaving away there i that's how i met you guys in ryan right there too so oh. It is so awesome when i see you now on fox. It's just like a proud older sister. That's how i feel so congrats ball cause you were my older sister sure and so funny that i'm doing media now because i still get so nervous and i am not a natural like you were and still are and i still look to you for inspiration because you just like don't care what people think you will do. Stand ups in the middle of nowhere. Who's watching and i get nervous if i have like three people watching meanwhile on t._v. Millions of others could and they and they are but you know what you really. You pull it off so well. You're so eloquent and you look gorgeous. You really do i mean and with that beauty. That's your like one of those people who its natural beauty and i have to ask what are are you doing now because it was one thing when you were twenty five but now that we're not actually how old are you now. Let's say thirty wow the big three. Oh welcome welcome. Welcome welcome. I've only got what like another five minutes left. Hold on girl so tell us a little bit about what you do. Beauty beauty wise while it's it's an interesting question especially coming from the background where you know me from at because i did work very briefly the in the beauty and lifestyle world and i learned a lot very quickly <hes> but i also very quickly realized that moving to d._c. From new york was the the right move for me because i wanted to learn about how congress works how bill becomes law and really <hes> take my career in that direction. <hes> <hes> an beauty. I just have to say i'm very blessed from my mom and my parents i say my face and my hair i i get from my mom and my height and my good genes. I get from my dad. <hes> i don't over think it. I always loved natural beauty <hes> so i just i just tried to accentuate <hes> qualities that i already have i feel so lucky to have nice hair and for wild growing up i never wanted to touch it or highlight highlight it because i was worried that it would get stringy and unhealthy while she was the smart one sit out in the sun or good tanning beds either yeah i did go to a couple of dealing that you get your skin checks. Now not not too not too many but i did <hes> but you know i i. I guess maybe it worked for me because my hair is still in good condition and i don't do anything over the top now and i tried to only get highlights. <hes> maybe three times a year just so i don't overdo it and i do buy losch <hes>. Is that my pronouncing it right. No that's okay. It's i mean the tomato tomato tomato but at the end of the day you're not overlapping and you're not going all the way to the root. It's <hes> bellagio is the french term so it's just awesome. It's a technique. It's painting. Don't worry because i butchered you. Remember that time. I tried to say what was <hes> dr harass the e._m._t. No i turn a lot of things on here so you're in good company <hes>. I hope it's okay that i share <hes> you're also a mother to be. You're expecting <hes> congratulations with that. Thank you and so i was interested in how you're handling you know on the one hand you're on tv right which is a visual media and you. You have to be looking your best on your on t._v. On fox and on the other you know you've got to be concerned about what they're putting it or face about. Things things like highlights like have there been any concerns as a expecting mother that other women might be like <hes> absolutely <hes>. I'll get into that in one second but i just have to say with t._v. Makeup i've learned very fast. It's very different from makeup that you would wear every day yeah on. I'm very lucky that i can go over to fox news in have their professional hair and makeup artists <hes> do my hair and makeup when i go on t._v. V and there. I learnt some really simple tricks that i incorporate now like <hes> the how how much fake lashes can really open your eyes and change you. Hello she points to her. I have eyelash extensions. Ryan has gotten eyelash perm. They still goodbye amazing the things about that. I feel naturally too short to even work for naturally too long so everywhere i go people like your lashes great user naturally too long long. They are what what a terrible i didn't. I didn't think they were gonna look fake when i did it and they can. They know they don't don't look fake. They just looked phenomenal. Think yeah i had no idea and calculating but like you would probably not do this because the chemical anier i in be while you're pregnant right. Yeah i guess not. I'm trying not to be too crazy. <hes> you know i'm still using my same makeup and skin in care. I use kills love. Their cleanser love their moisturizer <hes> but the hair products. I was more concerned about and i didn't really have a way around this. It's actually something. I'm concerned about them out of hairspray. That's flying around the fox news green room when i'm there multiple times a week and i'm just inhaling failing that i'm like he's still be alive province. You're good. You're more than great. I mean our mothers and grandmothers than that al net honey you know women have babies who work in hair salons around chemicals and stuff all day not just the hairspray work until the absolutely popped the baby out to because it's you know what's up. It's that niche where like you have to be. You don't get paid if you don't work so they're working up until they can't so you're good nichols honey. I promise so i try try not to be too crazy and over thinking things and i just let the professionals do their job. When i go in there. It's amazing that i can <hes> go bare face jason half asleep because some of the hits are super early in the morning and they make me look awake with those big lashes that actually don't look good once. I leave fox when you're not used to wearing that makeup. It's very very heavy. Well they'll tell you they would never put this makeup on you unless you were going on t._v. It's not the type of makeup they do for even for your wedding right. It'd be very different right <hes> so when i come home absolutely my husband does not think i look amazing which is funny because when you're on t._v. You do look amazing amazing. They know what they're doing but in person it's not. I actually take it off very quickly because i'm also worried about <hes> breaking out. Totally i call it deboning. That's what i used to haul it because it was like oh my gosh you look like a playboy bunny but not in the best ways that said thomas now i think he's so used to it because he works at foxtail and sees all the women in in their lashes in their makeup that he'll be like no. You look fine but i think it's from a distance. What is it like a monet from a distant far far from good head. Yes crazy 'cause now at h._d. Cameras it's like it's it's what they have to do to kind of pop your features and and smoothed everything out because it doesn't if you don't cover it it doesn't hide and then with hair. One thing that everyone can do at home that i learned from them is teasing teasing. Oh the backcomb right. You just need to buy that teasing comb which is like a couple dollars. Conair c._b._s. makes all the difference does so. Do you tease everyday. I gotta be honest. I feel like i will when i remember but it's never really got to get in there. Don't you ryan not really with the right comb you. Shouldn't you know when you back home. It's just a couple hits and you should be good to go and then spray it with a little hairsprayed and it'll stay back or does you're going i it's so i tried to do it this morning and i feel like it falls out by the end like my hair's not brea no not at homes night the yeah either dry texture dry shampoo apu or hairspray like anything to get gritty <hes> but i'm sure again you want to minimize be careful yet and there's there's a balance at fox their <unk>. Sometimes i'll ask them not to tease it too much because when you think of fox when we worked there ten years ago they would have like the big hair care and they're very good <hes> about like working gene with women like me in making ourselves. Look you full but professional and not going overboard. That's the thing i think that there has to be a balance between <hes> how about between the helmet hair that sometimes you'll see and <hes> you know really appreciate the fact that there are younger women and and playing up that youthful beauty that is still elegant the last time i saw you. I handed you hair extensions for your wedding my gosh i had no idea what i was doing. How did that go. Oh well. Did you see pictures. They were amazing. It was it was one of these crazy hot weekends of course even though it was in september over labor day the weekend so my hair was curled and luckily we got most of the pictures done in time and later on in the night my hair was like pretty much straight straight actually by the end of it was up in a bun because i stopped carrying and just got sweating on the dance floor fun <hes> but the extensions makes such a huge difference and it was i i know amber was the first person i ever met who taught me what extensions were and so she was the first person i went to one as i need extensions for my my wedding and obviously she hooked me up with the best of the best and i got so lucky that ryan now lives indeed so ryan is this is like three degrees of separation or two because the person that i learned extensions from was ryan so here we are at this happy circle of

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Prep school grad linked to sex assault free on good behavior

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Prep school grad linked to sex assault free on good behavior

"New hampshire prep school graduate convicted of sex actually assaulting a fifteen year old classmate set to be released from jail today owen la brea had been due to serve the remaining ten months of his sentence but is expected to get out for good behavior today lebron was acquitted in two thousand fifteen of raping a female student at saint paul school but a jury later found him guilty of misdemeanor sexual assault charges and endangering child's welfare liberal must register as a sex

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Muslims Are Having A Hollywood Moment

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:44 min | 4 years ago

Muslims Are Having A Hollywood Moment

"Is changing on American television and online streaming services. There are more Muslim characters and more nuanced portrayals of Muslim communities NPR's Leila Fadel starts to story on set in Los Angeles. It's one of the last days of taping for a new web series called east of LA brea, all ROY. It's a show about being your twenties and figuring out life, and it's told through two main characters roommates who are Muslim, but that's not the entirety of their storylines says Samir Gardezi, the creator of the show it's about paying rent. You know, having a dead end job. I'm having issues with you know, your your family life going to families the first project from powder cake, the company founded by director writer and actor Paul fig known for films like bridesmaids and the recent Ghostbusters east of LA brea follows the friendship of two women a black Muslim and Bangladeshi American will slump in gentrifying, Los Angeles Gardezi says, it's one American Muslim story. There's so many different versions, and my hope would be that everyone gets a shot that tell their version of a Muslim Americans story. So it doesn't feel like, oh, this is the one show that needs to make it all the way. We had to the next location for taping an LA mosque the scene deals with racism black Muslims, sometimes face within Muslim communities. The character. I show Hudson played by Geoffrey Maya is praying when her phone starts ringing with a song like this guy. You gain the director tells the other actors how to react and ladies look at her little shady in the next scene. A woman skull Tessin, assuming she's a recent convert and tells her her prayer doesn't count. We have lessons every Thursday one in conflict with it's something that happens an immigrant Muslim, assuming she knows better. And it's one way the show explores identity, and he's still brea creator Samir Gardezi says he's glad there are more projects involving Muslims. But he says there isn't going to be one breakout moment, but hopefully, there will be many moments and the more stuff that's out there, even the bad stuff. The better. That's that is the flexibility and the privilege that I think white communities is that they're allowed to fail and Hollywood and no one really bad tonight. It's like, okay. It's okay. You can you can jump back up and here let's throw millions of dollars again for you to do your next project. So that's the point that we have to get to. It's a struggle a lot of communities of color and minorities face in Hollywood, the two thousand eighteen Hollywood diversity report from UCLA found that despite progress minorities are still under a presented in key jobs from lead actors to director. Two writers right now, there's an appetite for shows about Muslims in parts because Muslim writers like our daisy who's written on modern family and outsourced are creating their own content and their support for it. He got a grant from pop culture collaborative to create the series and some of the interest is Hollywood reacting to anti-muslim and anti-immigrant sentiment from Donald Trump after he announced his candidacy in two thousand fifteen the Hollywood bureau of the Muslim public Affairs Council got a lot more popular the phones were ringing off the hook that sue Abadie. She leaves the bureau and consults with studios and production companies on creating more authentic Muslim characters were up against decades of storytelling. That is inaccurate many times that is racist often and very stereotypical among the tropes women are chattel and don't have identities or Muslims only portrayed as the gas station owner or the taxi driver Obeidi says, it's an uphill battle. But today the list of characters on mainstream television. In is longer than she's ever seen a Muslim third on Grey's anatomy, a superhero on DC legends of tomorrow, a LGBTQ hijab e Muslim on on the bowl type a pork loving alcohol. Drinking Muslim on master of none. When writers come to her for advice. Obeidi reminds them that these Muslim characters might be the only Muslim some people ever meet. She tries to help them. Get the language, right? Like scripts that used the term alot Akhbar, which means God is great. So you've seen many TV and film projects that have LA walkabout being used in very violent scenes how baiting a Goshi it's studios to try to get them to change it translated or offset it with happy scenes like saying God is great at a wedding or a dinner party because for Muslims. It's a beautiful phrase portrayed as ugly. You know? So someone Sears hook bud when they're dining out. And all of a sudden, you know, they're calling nine one one because they think of family is doing. Something bad. When all they're saying is God that was a damn good meal hawk bud. And I've eighties excited by many of the projects now being written by and about Muslims for large audiences. There's soons eight a Palestinian American comic with cerebral palsy writing an autobiographical sitcom for ABC Moammar a comic with the recent Netflix special and Rami Yousef who I met on a night. He's headlining at the Hollywood, improv. He jokes about how in L A's. Suddenly people think Islam is cool juice shot of getting some juices ten song. It's woman I'm telling her about Ramadan. And you know, she works in my God that sounds so I wanted to do with this weekend. She said Coachella. The New Jersey native is following in the path of many comics who've gone from stand up to sitcom like Seinfeld. Rami Yousef is writing ten episodes of show cult Rami for Hulu it will reflect who use of is in gypsy in American a practicing Muslim who like most people wrestles with trying to be good after a stand up performance. He jokes about how he and his friends approach religion a little like a menu. We call it a LA carte where we're all kind of just picking and choosing like wool. This is my deal with God helps Rami reflects how all kinds of people have their deal with God. I like to get dark. I like to get weird. I like to get uncomfortable. And I feel like when an immigrant family, or when a family that is maybe, you know, group that's not well represented when people try and put them on television. They go out of their way to make them. Look amazing and look perfect his show do that. I just was really excited about the idea of making Muslims. Look imperfect and not create something that was like some PR thing, but create something that was you know, really just a realistic portrayal of what we go through. How we are. He says that people connect with others when they see their flaws not when their hero of villain or exactly like everyone else

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2 men arrested in connection with deputy shooting

John and Ken

05:57 min | 4 years ago

2 men arrested in connection with deputy shooting

"Says the deputy was early this morning while checking out a shots fired. Call at an apartment building the deputy had been in the area on a traffic stop. He has had surgery and is in the ICU in critical but stable condition. The news is brought to you by reborncabinets ten million people in California and sixty million worldwide have participated in the world's largest earthquake drill. Even little kids in the hybrid took part, the preschool director at LA brea, United Methodist, Sandra. Cram says the staff tries to make the great shakeout funds. So the kids aren't scared funding. The hall is going under the table when the ground is shaking. And it's like playing a game for the kids, and they go under the table and cover their heads. The earthquake experts say the best advice is to drop where you are cover your head and neck and hold on until the shaking stops two maintenance workers at a water park in Kansas have been acquitted of lying to investigators working the case of a boy who died on one of the parks. Waterslide SRP invoice list price dealer price, Toby Knapp here, if your car shopping, you've probably heard these terms, but what do they mean? It's so confusing. Well, it was confusing not anymore.

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 Netanyahu welcomes Bolton to Jerusalem for Iran talks

Bill Handel

00:23 sec | 4 years ago

Netanyahu welcomes Bolton to Jerusalem for Iran talks

"Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is meeting with national security adviser John Bolton for pleasure to welcome you to Jerusalem Particularly since you're visit comes after the historic decision by President, Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital move the embassy, here has three days of, meetings planned in Israel he, says, Iran and its nuclear program will. Be a, main

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Jesus, KFI and NRA discussed on Jesus Christ Show

Jesus Christ Show

07:58 min | 4 years ago

Jesus, KFI and NRA discussed on Jesus Christ Show

"If you want more of the, show during the week that is the only way to get it to that quantity it's. Just under seven hours or so of content delivered on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays and then in. Addition to that you get this show every hour on the hour on during the show he, gets posted so you get that also follow us on Twitter at Jesus show Jesus show Vince welcome to the Jesus Christ show Jesus I Vince what's on your mind I've been. Very lucky in my life I've had two. Beautiful children I was raised Catholic I have a Muslim wife and I. Have two children that are. In a Jewish preschool Wow you're like the colors of Benetton but with religion Right And you know where I stand on religion is that I don't really believe in any of it, personally, I I'm an atheist But I gotta tell you that a lot of good things have happened in my life I've been a, lot, about some downs And, I help people I'm a dentist I, help the underprivileged I a big brother I do a lot of good things and I. I try to do that every day And some some of that gets returned. To me some. Not but I really. Don't care whether it. Does or doesn't and as a result a lot, of good things have happened to me But I am an atheist and You. Know I'm just curious to to I just wonder what we're. Jesus or, God stands on that I mean if you know what has to happen, to me after I pass away somebody who basically is a good person who tries to do good things in general and tries to be. Make other people better around them What's. Your position, on that well Vince the the questions interesting and slightly odd because you, don't believe so why would you be concerned about an afterlife you don't believe in a God I'm assuming you don't believe in an afterlife No I don't believe in an afterlife either okay I believe that we. We we assume beings have, limitations of our five senses and we can't possibly know what's go beyond the atmosphere and beyond this. The. The stars that shouldn't recognize there probably are things? Larger or infinitely larger or? Smaller, than us but we as human beings don't have enough courage to to. Say that what we don't know to admit? What we don't know so so. Are you fearful that you might be wrong Not in not in the least okay Then, the answer any answer give his. Moot It means nothing. My answer means nothing your question means nothing if you don't believe, there's a cliff and you're, driving towards it The honest reaction and response is that you'll die regard regardless of your belief but it made me. Nothing to me but it may mean a lot to someone who doesn't matter doesn't. For the question. Is to see what we're. Jesus stands on. A person like me. And there has to. Be an answer there I don't know and you don't know me It's that simple it's like asking we'll, how does a stranger feel about you now there's a creation connection and that's it you choose not to know you choose to to be an artist without God and if you believe that then. You live that. Way and living that way If the creator created me then he must have a connection with. Me even though I don't, have a connection with him indeed there is a Created, a son but he never met his son before but there is there's a base connection absolutely. Scripture, talks about that So that's why God loves everyone. Must no answer for what Jesus there's no relationship born a person like me there has to be some type. Doesn't matter it doesn't matter because you. Don't believe it does not, interact with you or intersect with you in any way if you don't believe it means nothing. If it's like someone saying, I wanna know what you want me, to do here even though I'm not, gonna do it if you ask a, question if you put it in that. Light. There is no answer Now if you called and you asked me and he. Said listen I'm wavering and I'm not. Sure and I wanna know, what there is on the other side of it then, I tell you but there's no reason. For me to tell you, about the consequence of something that you, don't believe is consequential Jesus Christ will return in a moment Part, of the. Show call eight seven seven holy host And when it breaks and Julie Slater live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom heatwave is on the way the hottest days will be tomorrow and Tuesday temps are expected to rise above triple digits in several valley locations. Prompting an, excessive heat, warning from the national weather service after that it'll cool but not much temps will stay in the ninety s route the week across much of so Cal Orange County Fire authority officials are warning people who live near where, urban areas meet wild lands to. Be ready to evacuate should brushfires breakout near their homes a su-, NAMI warning has been lifted after a magnitude, seven point zero earthquake hit the Indonesian island. Of Bali at least three people have been killed model. Chrissy Teigen, is vacationing on the island with her husband John legend she tweeted that it was a massive earthquake that went on for fifteen seconds last week in earthquake in the same area killed seventeen people gun. Control activists have protested at the NRA headquarters in Virginia yesterday's national March on the NRA is part of, the, March, for our Our lives movement advocating. For tougher gun laws red versus blue. Issue or a mental health versus gun probably regardless of where you stand this is a health price in which our response is long overdue dozens of people showed up to the NRA headquarters where they held up signs against the NRA and saying an altered version of America the beautiful the students who survived the deadly Marjory stoneman Douglas high. School shooting, in Portland, and parkland Florida back in February organized the movement and protests and Chucky traffic from your healthcare Honda traffic center crash in mid city on the ten he spent side right before you get to LA brea or the right, lanes are still blocked here watch. For some pretty heavily starting right around Fairfax also got some roadwork, if you're making the ride into Hawthorn eastbound, side between the four or five and hopper. Boulevard or the two right lanes are coned off and. Some roadwork, in Woodland Hills stretch northbound one to one from Canoga to canyon with leanest gummed up until about two this afternoon KFI in the sky helps get either faster time Jalen so Cal weather from KFI. Sunny highs I've said this before we both said this many times before There's no triple digits in, the valleys in the i. e. tonight mostly clear lows, in the mid sixty s to. Around seventy we will get super warm tomorrow tents will be in, the eighties to mid nineties along the coast over a hundred degrees in the valleys of seeing the I e the temps drop a. Little Wednesday and throughout the week we lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom I'm Julius later Chris little here, our suicide an opioid crisis is the worst in US history hear me speak with Tyler Norris CEO of providence Saint..

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Family of hostage killed by LAPD files lawsuit

John and Ken

02:58 min | 4 years ago

Family of hostage killed by LAPD files lawsuit

"Wild is now eighty nine percent contained. It is burned about thirteen thousand acres. The one in reading caused by a spark from car has destroyed more than one thousand homes. It is burn more than one hundred fifteen thousand acres. It is thirty five percent contained six people have died in the fire in reading including two firefighters and two kids. The sons of a woman killed by police. Van is have blamed officers for bad tactics, cop shot a man who was holding the woman hostage with a knife, but the shooting last month killed. Both people lawyer. Brian Dunn says, the officers did not need to fire eighteen shots what we had with a death of a completely innocent person that was totally and utterly preventable. The woman's family has filed claims against the LAPD for wrongful death among other charges. The LAPD released the body camera video of the shooting. Yesterday the LAPD is investigating a targeted shooting at a homeless camp near Venice. This business owner tells KTLA. He caught footage last Thursday. Of a guy exiting a car and shooting up the camp under an overpass you see. How the guy shot he didn't even. Aim he shot up all the tense basically so he could have other homeless to he says. Things have been getting worse than the mar vista area. For years he also has a recent video of a guy peeing on a police patrol car KTLA says while filming. The story on the streets a woman attacked. The networks photographer a councilman in LA is, trying to slow the role of electric scooters sulk aretz is pushing for, a temporary ban on electric scooters. Until the city. Can get some, regulations on the books almost everybody is on the sidewalk which is technically illegal they're knocking over people mostly people are diving out of the way. He says next to no one rides with a helmet and some crews right down. Busy streets but I think it's just a matter of. Time before we start having serious injuries and possibly deaths the companies allow riders. To drop off the scooter Wherever they want Andrew, mollenbeck KFI news as an Trump has called on attorney general. Jeff Sessions to stop the special. Counsels Russia investigation Trump. Tweeted this morning that session should stop. This rigged witch hunt right now before. It continues, to stay in our country and he further sessions has recused himself. From investigations of Russian election meddling and some ready made salads and wraps are being recalled because, of a possible parasite contamination the stuff, was sold at trader Joe's, Walgreens, and Kroger stores among other places the USDA has a complete list online. The recall affects more than two dozen beef pork and poultry products best buy dates range from July eighteenth to the. Twenty-third traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center we. Have a crash on. The fifty seven in brea suffer before imperial highway it's the jack-knifed big rig now the carpool and left lanes have, been shut down so. They have reopened a couple of the right lane traffic there though still very much a mess from. The sixty also heading into.

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