29 Burst results for "Brielle"

"brielle" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

04:44 min | Last week

"brielle" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"How old are you? I'm 20. You're 20, right? So you have the age of me. So I've witnessed that changeover. You still have seen it, because brielle has really only evolved really in the last ten, 15 years I would say on to the technical. I mean, I know it's been around for a long time the technology's been around. But it's become more available. You can take the bottom off of Perkins and you can put it on the board and then it would print out, you know. Yes. I was called, but that was the thing. I feel like I'm aging myself just by talking about it. But it's not very old technology. And the Perkins brailler is still used today. I'm not still use it for a lot of my stuff. Because it's the easiest. I still have one. Yeah. It's the easiest way to get real up here. In the cases where it is. There's no way he's doing. I mean, yeah, okay, you can emboss, you can emboss bring up. Oh, have you seen how complicated and knowing they are to use? I've got an index Everest in the cupboard. And I brought it out to use it. And it was so confusing to me. And I just thought, I can't deal with this. And I just went back to my parkings and I could just batter out my notes there.

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"brielle" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | Last month

"brielle" Discussed on WTOP

", low humidity on Friday and Saturday with highs only around 82°. I'm storm team four, meteorologist chuck bell for WTO. Right now, it's 87° and it feels like 94. 1241, Ukraine's air force says 9 Russian warplanes have been destroyed and massive explosions at an air base in Crimea. This is a mid speculation that they were the result of a Ukrainian attack. Russia denies any aircraft were damaged in Tuesday's blast or that any attack took place. Ukrainian officials have stopped short of publicly claiming responsibility for the explosions, but they are poking fun at Russia's explanation that a careless smoker might have caused munitions at the air base to catch fire and blow up. Analysts also doubt that explanation and say the Ukrainians could have used anti ship missiles to strike the base. If so, it would be a major escalation in the war. President Biden assigned to Bill making it easier for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits, get healthcare. The pact act is now along. This law is long overdue, but we finally got it done together. The bipartisan bill is the biggest expansion to veterans healthcare and benefits in the last three decades. Brielle Robinson was at the signing, she's the young daughter of sergeant first class heath Robinson, for whom the pact act is named. You know, I know you miss your daddy, but he's with you all the time. He's inside you. President Biden gave for the pen he used to sign the bill. Stacey Lin, CBS News, Washington. We'll check sports next, it is 1243. The IRS

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Veterans 'burn pits' bill marks a personal victory for Biden

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Veterans 'burn pits' bill marks a personal victory for Biden

"President Biden has signed what he calls a personal Bill expanding federal healthcare services for veterans who served in places where it toxic smoke billowed from burn pits I was going to get this done come hell or high water The bill is named after sergeant first class heath Robinson who died of cancer two years ago A soldier is strong as an ox physically and mentally The ultimate cuddler and protector to our sweet little girl brielle After Danielle Robinson introduced him the president spoke directly to brielle I know you miss your daddy but he's with you all the time And pointed to the seat next to hers That's my grandson His daddy lost to the same burn pits And he knows what you're going through It was the most directly the president's publicly made between the burn pits and his son Bose fatal brain cancer After serving in Iraq Sagar Meghani Washington

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"brielle" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"brielle" Discussed on KOMO

"Good evening it is 7 O 5. I'm Kelly blier and here's what's happening. COVID activity is high again in the state's most populous county, but Ryan Harris tells us it's not ready for a return to a mask mandate yet. King County is seeing more new COVID cases per day than the peak of the delta surge with hospitalizations again rising, but at 82% vaccination rate keeping hospitalizations and deaths somewhat in check. County health officer doctor Jeff duchin says they are in talks about a mask mandate, but that it's not an easy question because things change over time. If we were seeing a level of severity of illness that we saw before people were as well vaccinated as they are now, I think we would be moving more quickly to such measures as a mask mandate. We're taking into account the unpredictable nature of the evolution of these variants, the relatively lesser impact on hospitalizations and deaths and severe outcomes. Duchin says COVID is far from over and that layered protections are still needed, starting with you keeping up the date on your vaccinations and boosters. He says for now, he'd like to see us mask up without being forced. Ryan Harris northwest news radio. Several unvaccinated former firefighters accuse eastside fire and rescue of discrimination. The firefighters lost their jobs because they didn't get the COVID shot, or an improved exemption. Agency spokesperson Catherine brielle says they were just following the law. We are in alignment with the government's proclamation and the COVID-19 mandate. But the former firefighters say that amounted to an equal employment violation. The Washington state patrol is searching for whoever opened fire at another driver this morning during a road rage incident on state highway 18 along warehouse way. One person was hurt by shattered glass and taken to the hospital, but is expected to be okay. Detectives say the cars involved were driving aggressively when a passenger pulled out a gun and fired trooper Robert ryer says today's incident follows a pattern. Realistically speaking, I think the trans current we are indicating that we might be looking at some more of those incidents. Washington state patrol says they are now looking for an older off white passenger

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"brielle" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

04:49 min | 11 months ago

"brielle" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"And a lot of people noted that when Mark Zuckerberg did his famous meta keynote, you really don't see the people who are sitting there like slugs with this headset on themselves. While they're in these meeting rooms and beaches and space landscapes or whatever, they're going to, it's just like in the matrix where you see the actual human beings who have been cavorting around in that particular metaverse. They're all curled up in the fetal position attached to umbilical cords to some computation, then puts their fictional identities somewhere else. That's a scary dystopian saying he noted vision. But I still, I press them a little because he was arguing that the niantic style of augmented reality was going to make a better world. And he compared it to if you visit ancient Greece, you'd be able to see the colors in the building, the way they allegedly were during the golden age. When the classical age, he said that, you know, they weren't just playing white concrete. They were different colors and things like that. And I told them I did worry a little about people going to this other better reality. Especially if they were going to wear their glasses all the time. And my antic is actually involved with Qualcomm when a reference platform for a pair of their own glasses. And he said, well, it's like you go to Disneyland by saying you're in this make believe fun world. And it's like, yeah, but you leave Disneyland, right? People are going to be walking around making the world, whatever they wanted to look like. I think that could be a little dystopian as well. I have to say, I'm very curious to see where AR glasses go. But after spending a little bit of time yesterday at the AWE conference, which we're going to talk about in a bit. And doing a couple of VR demos had been a little while since I'd put a VR headset on. I have one here. I just don't use it that frequently. And I did a couple of demos that were just like really, really cool. When was this flight simulator that was, I think it was called arrow. And I saw that through the vario headset, which is a company in Helsinki that's making these are really interesting VR headsets. And then I saw a second demo from a French company called music. And it was a karaoke app in VR, where you become the rockstar, like all of a sudden your belting shallow by Lady Gaga at the top of your lungs, like in VR, while presumably your friends are sitting around you laughing at you because you look and sound like a fool with your VR headset on. But you are on stage in front of a stadium full of people and it's this really grief backup dancers. It is this really incredible feeling. And the AR experiences I've had and heads up displays have been a little bit janky and frankly distracting. And so I think those have to get really, really, really good, but when you try something like the Oculus quest two, it already is pretty darn good. You just have to like, there's that inertia and that barrier to putting the thing on and trying it. Yeah, I think the AR stuff coming up is going to be better. I actually talked Ronnie out of it, who was the founder of magic leap, which flamed out, but the demos that I had in some of the early stuff. We're really good. They were onto something. They just weren't able to convert before their money ran out in bringing that the bear. My guess is that Ronnie's going to be involved in some of the stuff on the lines of Gantz is doing in the future. The one application I'm really looking forward to is to have home concerts by big artists like Bob Dylan or things like an acoustic concerts in your house. You gather a bunch of people, everyone shares the same thing and you have kind of like a holographic James Taylor or Lady Gaga, the piano or whatever, performing in your house with full spatial audio. I thought that could be really cool that would be dope. I mean, you could do that now if you have $30 million you want to spend. Well, you have that, Mike. I'm still saving. All right, we're going to take a quick break, and then we're going to come back with snaps, Bobby Murphy, and AR developer brielle Garcia, who I spoke to earlier this week at the AWE conference. And Steven stick around for.

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"brielle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"brielle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Brielle reese the volleyball players know. My brother loved her. Because i think she was in a swimsuit issue. At one point she was on the cover or something. I don't know my brother likes her too. I remember i know who she is when you were a kid. Did you wanna be when you grew up. When i was really little. I wanted to be a marine biologist. That is the most popular answer what everybody wants to be when they're in fourth grader. Because you think it means like playing with dolphins at seaworld and then you watch blackfish and you're like oh shoot taken all back. Yeah where did you have your first kiss under the porch of the house. I grew up in long. If you could go for a run with anyone and you probably could who would it be. I love running with dina caster so are are you fast. We didn't talk about your running. Running running is not important. Nobody wants to work. But if you can go for a run with dina caster like you can keep up. You can hang i. I am no longer fast. I run now. Eat what i want to eat and drink. Would i want to drink. And there was a time when that was really important to me. at i.

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"brielle" Discussed on Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne

Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"brielle" Discussed on Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne

"Parenting but in participation for advocacy of their their partner. Their wife their colleague calling out and say you know maybe that was an her idea initially or unique to let her finish speaking. I those are small little things we can do within the workforce but then at home it's a matter of what is mine to handle right. I make this analogy in the text about car and it was the the simplest of framework that i could come up with for what we typically associate with. A man you know wants to take care of his car. He he owns said oil. Change all of these different elements. And so what i'm saying is we must have more of that division. It's not a this is all of this is yours. And i have this one little thing. It's actually let's look and assess who takes out the trash or who does evacuating or who does the planning for the vacations for the family in dividing that equally because if you want your wife to be successful if you want your daughters to be successful we want them to be able to provide for themselves which anybody with a i would say a fair deduction in logic would say yes of course. I want to advocate for. That will really have a different frame of mind. When it comes to seeking out proactively equitability within the home in the workplace. So i think what I find really interesting. Is that while this is obviously this is. This is a crisis that we will be recovering from for for some time. There's an opportunity. Now as you mentioned having exposed really the the the places where women are most vulnerable in the workplace to really now to start fill these gaps. So that and i think he talked about this as as being sort of crisis preparedness as well right so now you know the the showed all the cracks but we actually now have an opportunity as we look forward and as we look to. You know what this whatever the new workplace is going to be. It's always changing but to fill in these gaps so that we don't have the same sort of crisis in its around being prepared. But i'll let you speak to that a bit more yet. The preparation i did draw out a concept that weighs price crisis preparation and crisis recovery. And in that. One of the things that i was thinking about is how fascinating is that. Some corporations looked at this. Is it pretty colossal issue and indicated that things needed to happen so some employers offered additional two weeks of pto. Her parents offered flex hours some discussed the ability of you really kind of dividing. When they could do their work they could shift. What type of work. They're doing just based on effort versus exposure to noise and that's unfortunately the rarity the majority of these operations said business as usual hunker down. You can work more hours. You have more bandwith now. You're you're working from home. And in this ideal state right from a perspective of capitalism we say wow that's framework catch to our devices in a perspective of a mother. She was being scorned out for having children on her camera. A husband was often times again from my purchase sense experience removed to a different space. And some of these women post really interesting questions a couple of which even to hr saying. How am i supposed to eat myself. Not to mention feed my children and what resources are provided and many hr professionals indicated. That's not our problem ray. Our home is not be office. Your home is not our office so one of the things with that crisis preparation Recovery is obviously facing the issue at hand. I'm a big believer in inquisition of what people need and my research as well as other support the finding that people families really wanted flex hours or more time off or a better family leave plans verses anything to do with compensation or snacks in the office or a lot of these ancillary things that that are less important to them. So you need to seek out answers. I from the employees am. I also suggest that we need to implement a gender equity steering committee within corporations so really fueling off at employee feedback right halloween prioritizing our needs how are we looking at creating a model for the indispensability of diversity and how old us pieces really go together. We need need out women's voices in that end the of course i mentioned the evaluations of benefits in the parental leave by that that training piece really essential to because people don't know how to deal with trauma people at ny. Would you right if if you've been fortunate enough to either not experience it yourself or your education is in something far from that so that type of offering to employees is essential and that crisis preparation piece. I would say that if in fact you're able to look at anything and have a underlying tone of adaptability and agility. You can change the reality for your workers now two million on Even over two million women would still be at work because they didn't feel like they were forced out they would be supported in. It's costly to replace employees. It's very costly so corporations actually shooting themselves in the foot and all the while. Were you know the the building blocks of this ladder. We've been climbing has been crumbling and now we're like okay. We have a rock. How do we not only get back in there. But auto insurer that these overarching procedures are in place so that it doesn't crumble again. It's such a really fascinating topic. And as i mentioned like i had read a ton of different studies reports. There's the kinsey report. And all there's lots of reports. But i just really thought contextualising. The current plight of women within the historical context within this broader research. Really brought home where we are today and i love that you know not only. Did you sort of say this is. This is the problem but you over concrete solutions as well which i think is is super helpful and things.

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"brielle" Discussed on Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne

Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"brielle" Discussed on Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne

"Talk about that a little bit more. Yeah melissa it was interesting. This light bulb went off. As i was compiling the primary data as i was reading through my copious notes with these women. And it's this combination of what. I was looking at the historical perspective. Right we talk. I talk a little bit about the industrial revolution. I talk about women's rights and in the evolution of that by will we think about the work that was performed at scale right as industry grew and the inception of in my perspective the inception of pay equity actually occurred during that american industrial revolution. Saw that there weren't inequities we. We can pick from many parts of history by the ideal quote on quote. America was one where men were providing women at that time even although they participated in this industry or paying one third to one half of what a man was and so at that point there was this juncture of. Let's keep women at home and immediately subjugated women to men based on power and money so it was these foundational inequities that were really the building blocks to default responsibility and as mel. I i have this very very strong belief that it is a combination between in the home and at work and we cannot separate the two. We'll talk more about that by that was kind of the inception of this idea and then i went. How interesting as we go through our talk here today. There were other elements that i extracted from the research. Such as the concept of help them what that looks like the home. And all of these things i said. Wow women really fall back every single time to be mccain provider to making sure things are taken care of to enabling a household and that's amidst everything else that's happened so the evolution of our lifetime has been wow remained in a quote unquote can work now. Wounded can earn degrees now. Women can excel now and it was a permission so are look at our mother's mother's mother's we consider all of the things that we now have that they did not because they fought for it. And i'm saying actually this is really interesting. We've done both. we have changed we have evolved. We have excelled but the things that were burnished. Early on has not shifted. We still ensure that our fulltime career is overshadowed by a secondary fulltime job. So i drew upon the concepts of second shift. I drew on the concepts of really this laborious. I- idea that struggled with especially in my lifetime when women can have it all and i would pose the argument that we cannot have it all because we are doing more and that will affect our mental health that will affect the way that we progress into the future in a way that we raise our children so many different pieces went into the naming of the full time responsibility. And so you know. I think a lot of us can imagine what this looks like. But how in terms of you know you. You mentioned that organizations have a real role to play in in combating default to responsibility. And so it'd be great to to speak about what this looks like in the workplace. And then what do we do to sort of as you mentioned. Now that it's exposed it's time to evict it so i'd love to just sort of hear about about that a bit more. Why there's there's a big combination here one is that we have to provide a reevaluation of benefits and to is that we have to provide education if we rethink division of labor and the interconnectivity of home and work life. We often writes up separate. Those and that topic can no longer be divided because one does permeate into the other unconscious bias right. This is your your bread and butter. Your well-familiar that it plays a huge role into this microaggressions against women in minimizing when they speak being interrupted or or just simply dismissing their ideas and putting them into a box where they're going to have to overcome these additional hurdles within the workplace and then corporations also have this immense opportunity to get benefits to look at parental leave namely. There's a lot of research here about pair and why children go to mothers. I i that is not my foreign concept. This is something that has been read in an studied by. It is all about access right. We seek out the person we know we are going to be able to get care from and we mothers have maternity leave. Guess what they're getting that care i- merrily and that continues forward. If fathers are afforded the same type of leave that co-parenting construct is actually possible and studies. Do show that just says oxytocin increases for women to create back bonding. The same thing happens for men so this isn't some abstract idea of this isn't worthwhile absolutely is and they also found that children who have that bond with their fathers. It supports their physical psychological health. Generally in our lifetime so corporations need that knowledge. Of course they need to re identify what their values are when it comes to families and then i mentioned that education piece of managers across the board for my participants or the make it or break it for a woman's experience and the partures which was a really significant piece of this as well right. Women leaving the workforce. And i think that one of the things lead to consider here is if managers are attacked in understanding empathy and understanding actually just general inclusion than they have a better capability to not only fight for their people but to push that messaging up to where it needs to come from right it has to go both ways. Top down down up. And that's where corporations have a real opportunity to implement processes across the board to support their employees yet. I felt that one focusing on benefits the managers. And i think the other point that you make is that the you're interested in also empowering men to be advocates. I'd love to hear you your thoughts on that a bit more because i know that that was a really interesting. We talked about it also before but also in the book is route brown sort of empowering men to to be advocates and so i know that this is an point for you as well it is. Yeah and i think when we look at men and we're talking about a pool of people right that interview. They were women. so of course another limitation. I did not speak to man. I was not focusing on that but in speaking with men we observation of either a lack of awareness of challenges because they've never worn those she's and the education that they haven't had for how they can't support so this is not a bashing of male dialogue. This is a man can actually be the igniters of change men's part in not only.

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"brielle" Discussed on Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne

Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"brielle" Discussed on Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne

"Need to drive change in your own life both personally and professionally much has been written in the past eighteen months about the impact that cova nineteen and the resulting pandemic has had on women in the workplace earlier this summer. I spoke with diane crawford on the topic as a mother and spouse and someone who's experienced the challenges of both parenting and working during the pandemic. This topic is especially salient and to really understand why the pandemic has been especially harmful. We must understand quote the default to responsibility which author brielle valley at describes as quote the cornerstone of gender inequity the inequity that has permeated our homes and offices and remained there billowing growing in braun and now that it is exposed knowledge in unity. Comprises its longevity. It is time for an eviction and so for today's question i'm asking. How do we cope with the current crisis of women's inequity in the workplace. And what can companies do to mitigate this in the future to answer. today's question. I'm joined by brielle valley. Brielle is a women's equity speaker and the owner of brielle valley consulting a leadership consulting firm focused on educating managers to achieve a cohesive an equitable culture just fifteen years of experience in corporate development and people operations brielle holds a bs in communications and msn organizational communication and leadership and his pie certified. Her recent research aims to support corporations in researching gender equity brielle. Thank you so much for being here. Today i I loved your book. And i'm really excited to have you come in an unpack this term default to responsibility and i know that your your book offers a lot of solutions for companies. Looking to mitigate this going forward so i'm going to turn it over to you thanks melissa. It's great to be here and looking forward to this conversation. Undoubtedly you know if we think about all that goes into default responsibility. It's a broad stroke. It's not just one thing. It's the malformation of things and my intent with the study. My intent with really identifying these different facets was focused on. Let's try to understand history. Let's build upon what we know. And then when we are empowered with knowledge we can change the future for our next generation. So i'm interested in what sparked this. Obviously this is super timely. It's kind of your writing. You've pulled from history and you're sort of writing history as it happens as well so i'd love to just hear how you how you started on this journey. It was actually in march. When the world health organization declared this global pandemic and i was working at a corporation where i saw headcount reduction i saw significant changes Chaos for a lack of a better word and it dawned on me. That mothers were now to be at home with their children dawned on me that at that time i thought okay. Parents had this new reality. That we've never faced before and this inkling and this burning fear in my mind was how is it. When we remove the boundaries of workplace remove the boundaries of child care and any help for example if you were fortunate enough to have been home whether that be childcare or cleaning support or lawn care et cetera. What was that going to look like for women. So i started to not only read secondary research as to your point it was being unraveled but really to say i want to get a firsthand glimpse into this. Because it's one thing to have an experiential moment with a woman who has shared her perspectives in. It's another decide. Here's this person i don't know. And here's what we think is going on so the motivation behind. It was really to grasp the severity of the situation. The fact that it was not only timely. But it's unfortunately not time bound meeting that our inequity is has been built for. Many years has really burnished in our lives in different ways and how something so catastrophic as a pandemic would expose all of those elements that were in fact inequitable along but now we have a way to really shed light on it so it was interest and concern so for those. Obviously who haven't read the book. But i'm sure hopefully we'll after this episode. Could you just give me a bit of tell us about who you interviewed and how you sort of chose the participants absolutely. Yeah so the purpose of the study and consequently why we now have have this. Publication is really to understand how the curve in nineteen pandemic affected. Women's equality right. That was the goal. And i was able to interview sixty six man through ethnography methodology which is essentially a qualitative framework. And for anybody. Who's interested that. Means that you get to interview a lot of people and so it was sixty six women in this ethnographic. Study and twenty seven questions were what were posed consistently across the board and it was a snowball effect. So no see in the text if you read it that there are some limitations the fat including who have exposure to who people know because it is really rallying the troops of i'm ready able and willing to hear your story. Are you ready willing and able to speak to me. And these women across the board were people who were working fulltime. They were a variety of different ethnic backgrounds. And we also had people from all of the time zones in the united states even while the dabble in across border as well on between the uk and the us which was an interesting element because some of the practices especially within corporate support for employees. Look different in different countries. So in in all your research did you. Did you start with the idea that there was this idea of default to responsibility or did this emerge from from the research and you know. How did you sort of name this. I think it's a really fantastic phrase and it really captures sort of as you know the the plight of women during cova so i'd love to just have you.

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"brielle" Discussed on Redemption Podcast

Redemption Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"brielle" Discussed on Redemption Podcast

"Don't respond to logic like that interesting. Perhaps we can follow this up. When ferris is not trying to drag brio way yes well what's happening we look over and while they're having that conversation ferris's grabbed breeze arm and his attempting to pull her along and he has free. Let's just leave them. They are dead weight. She's staying within sight of the group but yeah they're definitely like a good ten meters ahead of the group now all right. Let's move along quicker than i agree. Let's let's keep moving all right. You guys move through a series of tunnels ferris's leading you in a fairly quick pace. He doesn't get lost every time he come up to a branch. Four key points this way. I can almost hear his heartbeat. That would be very romantic. If you were going to kill him on sight maybe and he just continues on and after about thirty to forty five minutes you guys see a light source ahead. It's faint but you can see ahead set a real light. This time a one responsible. I can see it if that helps. I see it to thank you. Breeze kinda holster both for pistols and offer back she pulls out a very large rifle and brings it up to her helmet and kind of sites down it to get the magnification optics and see if she can see anything down. Where that light is you look down the tunnel and through the scope you can see the edges door the cave is still little twisting you can starts the edges of a door and it looks like there's a light source there. Okay brielle bring the price of backup to rest on. Her shoulder turned in very quietly. Say to everybody fight and she will begin to move down. The tunnel is the door at the end of the tunnel. Or is it like in the wall of the tunnel. The tunnel keeps going as you round the corner..

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"brielle" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"brielle" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

"So sorry. I think i'm butchering like all of the names. Right now. Aunt says because of her mother's connections and also interviewed monica who is an rv center. She is formed on february twenty fifth nineteen ninety seven. She is twenty four and although she doesn't appear to be much taller. She's quite healthy and has well-maintained on figure this goes into her actual measurements in. Which i don't think is appropriate. And i'm not going to be giving that information to you as if you want to look off died. Can i just want to not exposed. I don't think it's cool but that was even released but It's a social media star actress model in the social light rail. Fierman has been active in the field of entertainment for a long time in has become a well known personality. She has been part of many modeling campaigns and tv shows in now has become a recognized as as well most of the wealth. That brielle has earned so far. Come through her modeling and acting career. The total net worth estimated for real men is five hundred thousand. Us dollars as of now. The native of georgia brielle brielle biermann was born and raised in atlanta. Georgia is she is the daughter of croix. I don't know if that's supposed to be corey or croix. Bearman and kim zoll zodiac bearman and grew up with five settlers ancestors. She has studied at roswell high school in johns creek. High school and has not opted for any further education till now in october. Two thousand eight. When she first appeared on her mother's reality television show real housewives of atlanta. She was just ten. She got even more public exposure during her teenage days after her family. Spinoff series don't be tardy in two thousand twelve in february twenty nineteen while talking to eleven alive. She said that before she appeared on television. She doesn't remember what life was in that. Without the constant attention her life would be boring during the new york fashion week. She made her runway debut for michael couva. Show in the tumbler and tipsy. She also earned a lot of fame on social media and has more than a million followers on the photo sharing app instagram. Talking about reading life she has had to relationships that made public and it was with slade. Awkward in michael co quebec But she's not married right now which is only twenty four She has some favorites things. There's a list of favorites of hers. Her favorite actor is robert downey junior. Her favorite actress is scarlett johansson favorite colors or bloom. Black favorite holiday destination is europe. Favorite food fried chicken and a hamburger in her favorite things to do our shop in travel. Some interesting about her. Is that in the show. Don't be tardy to the wedding. The twenty three year old made an appearance popular for her but pictures. Brielle brielle calls them. Bill fees the show that she appeared in her mom kim's wedding with cry. Kim reveal that her daughter brielle biermann can easily by one luxury car sharing a decent income. She was trained in dancing. And singing right from her childhood sponsored. By i wear loving tan browsing moose in fact fit fund boxes. She works in the product placement field. She appeared as the breakout celebrity of the series when she returned to in the second series of or second season of w tardy so that is a little bit more about who she is a person. I personally didn't know her or who she really. I mean i don't know har- by Now who she was really. But i wanna go into what her recent news has been. Because i think it's kind of mind lying It says why brielle biermann is telling haters to go after yourselves during latest vacation. She is defending the way. She looks after people have been trolling her in her instagram. Dm's which makes me angry for her. But it says brielle biermann is not here for anyone else's take on her flux. The don't be tardy star took to instagram stories on august tenth which was yesterday to clapback at anyone who has something to say about her appearance she made an example out of one person sliding into her dmc make fun of her legs inside all my friends except danny have fake nails fake etcetera. Who cares it's our lives. It doesn't affect you affect you. At all she continued but kindly go. F- yourselves haters. Because i haven't even touched my tasty Besides a little botox for tm j. in lip pillars. Which are all gone now. Real wondered. What is the stigma of putting people down for bettering themselves gonna end a. When is the stigma of putting people down for buttering themselves gonna end if you could would you not. Despite the message she receives brielle still has supporters out there. Thank you for the kind comments. I've read all my. I've read all my. Dm's love you guys. She concluded post. Before showing that she was at universal orlando orlando resort. The twenty four year old. He became widely known for her television career on bravo. Mom recently opened up about the death of her friend. Ethan mcallister who lost his life due to a hit and run on saturday april third instagram post on april fourteenth warning. The loss of her clothes powell. I am so thankful for my family and friends. She stated thank you all for kind messages. I've read them all while. Losing ethan has been the hardest thing i've ever gone through. I'm finding comfort knowing how much love and support. I have another person. Always in brielle's corner is her stepdad. Cray bearman in a recent instrument post the influence influencer exposed expressed gratitude to the former. Nfl player for his unconditional love really blessed with the best data in the world. It takes a real man to show up in show out the way. He did for me in arianna. She wrote he's obviously a wonderful father to the littles in an incredible husband to men. Mom.

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"brielle" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"brielle" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"brielle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"brielle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Dandy the first part of the show on a move on to the bowling green the great to event enter for the older runners a mile and three eighths and favouritism slightly the way of channel cat. I think a lot of people some to myself thinking he was gonna go to lead never looked back maybe not get challenged early on channel maker unfortunately decided that that was not to be the case and pushed him early but did settle off as they went to the Far turn but nonetheless Those two. I don't want to dominate the bedding. They were heading the betting. 'cause it was pretty wide-open mood or miami goes off as your photo one third choice yet. Five to one iraqi emperor yet six to one on cross-border yet seven break points at mike everybody. There was another horse every notch up. Let's take a listen back to the bowling green from saturday. Here's johnny brielle channel channel maker. They are one two with cross-border in third and breakpoint. Next in fourth break-up to to iraq emperor in a theft that's five lengths back to shamrock. Who runs insects at the back of the pack or read. Night and moon over. Miami field is midway up the backstretch. Three-quarters up in one fourteen and two at is channel cat in front channel cat in front here by a length and a half with a channel maker running in second. Cross-border is down on the inside in third two and a half lengths to break point next in fourth then rock emperor and fifth as they head for the far turn channel cat channel maker. They remain one to midway around the far turn. It's channel cat now. Getting clear from channel maker channel is in front by three cross-border move. The second channel maker isn't third rock. Emperor break point and on the outside it. Is sham rocket. It is channel cat and cross border cross-border and channel. They are right together. Rock emperors gaining ground along with sham rocket. Red night down towards the wral cross. Border is an front as they come on for the finish. And it's gonna be the new york brad cross-border toy in saratoga is blowing rain snakes so somehow across who is five for six saratoga with one second going into the race yesterday. Now six or seven ends up going off as your fifth choice in this race Kind of goes to show. I guess the the value of recency you know he just hadn't hadn't one in In quite a long time since saratoga and the blue bash steaks and obviously be competing against very top horses. Had a couple of close calls but cross-border sat a very nice trip throughout in the third spot. Here once channel may cause channel maker goes with channel pretty early on then he decides to yield that inside post. I'm convinced that post position matters more than i used to give it credit for in a lot of sequences. Sometimes it's it's maybe not as much. But i guess working at grants pass really made me realize it you know because the bullring it's just so important to get to that i turn in a good spot and i've just seen way too many horses who drew outside get marooned outside and their races over and for a race like this. It's obviously a quick run that i turn. And you know as they're kind of at level situations going into the turn channel cat because of being able to cut the corner because of being drawn inside. Kind of catapults to lead and channel maker has to elect to sit back because he certainly not gonna go up there in dual in his first horses. I start back in a little while. And i guess he since march but innocence made on the ship and everything else. They're not gonna go up and dual each other and he you know he's a horse that's one from sitting just off the pace before but again she had to make you're just kind of didn't really fire. They turned for home in this race. I thought on the turn channel starting out senate got sent after channel and channel kicked away and i thought turned for home. Channel cat was going to have kids. I was pretty good about my prognostication as was the rest of the public. Because like i said i was on it but you could really see the distance and i is it the distance or is it. I guess the work he had to do like. I said he didn't have punishing fractions. But you see noticeably that the other horses strides are because they're not going faster the time for the last quarter in the last eight after that they're not faster and so it's just a matter of the other horses being able to maintain a good speed. While going that long distance the distance truly does start to come into play and cross-border who found himself a good spot on it. I thought looked vulnerable once even pass channel cat because it looked like rock emperor and jam rocket. We're starting to really warm up to the task nicely But they were not able to get to cross-border border and mike makers been on a another one of his mike maker esque runs. He's he's a trainer. I feel like you know. Has these runs at when he goes on amies. He's pretty tough to beat. I really liked his horse. Actually in the vanderbilt which was of course the sprint race. He had special reserve who was drawn outside. A lot of other people liked as well. It was bet down to your clear three to one. Second just michigan's. Alex got all the way down. Seven to five. Which was that the morning line was. I feel like there was a couple of times. I looked and david arizona's morning line in that race was like right on the money now. He's two to one okay so he was bet down a little more than expected but i thought that was pretty short for that horse. Three to one on special reserve. Who i liked to whip more four two one five to one forensic fire. I think The logical here. Let's take a listen back to the vanderbilt from saturday. Beginning for mischievous alex out for the lead along with special reserve lexa tony now moves up and is strike power. Lexa tony with strike. Power runs in second special. Reserve is on the outside next in third then comes mischievous alex was racing in fourth. It's three legs back to forensic fire in three technique is down on the inside..

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Create Killer Content that Gets Bums on Seats, with Ben Lifton

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

08:14 min | 1 year ago

Create Killer Content that Gets Bums on Seats, with Ben Lifton

"Me just start off this conversation because content kind of sounds obvious to a lot of us an yet content. Yeah craft content. What what we talk about. Because some people have no idea when we say christ great content. Greg i we are united way creating tapped your platform for you communicate to your community with. That's basically will comes in. Its continues anything that you create as a professional as a film This as as stein's wherever you are you're creating content to communicate to your community and your fun on social media or google mail on emails for example side. It could be images videos. Podcasts britain articles. your santeria. The actual design of the interior not crabbie's contact like it needs content in. It's not just an empty talks so everything is contact when when you start to realize the opportunities round creating amazing content for your brown's the a just an obstacle endless linnet basically you do see. Sometimes people will. I've heard he said. I dunno what content to create content in everything. We do wherever you know. We took in your bums on seats getting into e. You've got to really identify what it. What is your message. I guess before you go out that we content then exactly and then is making sure that when you off when you do your take. For example wind duty professionals suspecion always asks. Are you communicating to consumers to a client or you communications heritage easy prize. Mary very very very different. And that defines which direction you go in. I guess we've where you can guy. We content pretty much. I think that that is very slight roots. And any any topic. Eric schmidt come to everyone can create content but the the difficult thing is creating engaging content that fox conversation stocks an immersion the Get stop following for example on your social media to ditch that current stars and movie to begin with you. i'm not takes time and be creativity to content create and it was. It takes a lot of of dedication to 'cause it's not nice success in your to create engaging like binge while the context. I'm gonna like this conversation lot today. This row vice straight or they send you know from from a personal point of view that were heckled live and we kind of always been narrow on social but it has been learning process for me. And i know what i'm getting riot times and sometimes eats i think when i talked to experts like yourself bent on this subject. The one thing that probably you would say it is planning content rather than just winging it is not acceptable because there are days where missing. I haven't got a plan. But i think that kind of works. He sent on my phone. I'm ready to go with them. What's your take on that. That's where you're just explaining that all of the fact that your sometimes gang an idea when you find the having debt and that's because you become confident as a content creates because you can see. I do not asking what that would have been appointed some somewhere Walk on our way back to my to we. Brilliant as the keys so pathak plan prevents historical phones. I not enough. Why that's going to quote in. What am i Contented planned posts fix the six page. I love that. It's so good. Isn't that nineteen i really. I really do agree with it. Because i'm a big believer. I've always been a big believer in quality over quantity announced monday night will wayside saharan easy prizes. Like i said harry shovel contact with a completely different game when you uranium content on your account a piece of content out on on instagram Outtakes will convince without How as a e mail in my knees western current client base dugout. He's content out. Use your town and you start to walk out okay. What makes different communities. What means different positive community pick. I'm creating content for example. May i know the higher level creativity really while Migrate my rails ions It's a it's a little bit more like a monument pledged events stuff. I do my Grid rails Occurring yards rtd based ash whereas some my stories behind saints which genuinely believe. Anyway that's interesting so again you approach in is interesting here because y- y seeing that story says grit and grit tends to be the polish side. An against the stories is a bit more rule risk. It's kinda now it's there. It's exactly right yeah. I think that there is why tend suggest haraguchi price just to get into the rhythm of being big. That confidence is to break down a little bit to think i can't. Instagram is a multi multi multi platforms multiple english Multiple stories with john muslim rule behind the scenes. As i say shove him personality all hyphen sire iranian stories tall enough. I'm not stories Avenue grid at ways thought is an i. I like to see people think of as you pull failure. 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"brielle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"brielle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You you know, we'll let you know when you're eligible will send you an email will send your noticing You're eligible and then will direct you to a page where you can find the locations that are nearest to you. They're supposed to be some sort of centralized place to make appointments. But you know a lot of those. There's 200 plus sites in New Jersey to get vaccinated. So a lot of those sites aren't connected to the main state system. So it's similar. You have to sort of calling calling call. Go go online register for different counties portals to make appointments and then the other issue is there's just no more appointments because places air on Lee scheduling appointments for the vaccine doses that they have. They don't have enough to really schedule past the end of January, and now we're running into the problem where you know everyone's coming back for their second dose. So you have second does and that you have 4.4 plus million people that are not eligible in the state of New Jersey. So supply is gonna be a huge Issue before we even get to the logistics of, you know, scheduling and sort of systems talking to each other poll in Brielle, New Jersey, you're on W, N Y C. Hi, Paul. Data. My question is I registered on January 6 on the New Jersey Web Web site and I didn't receive back which I thought I would have done by now. The face of my men. I think I'm in a relatively high phase. I'm 66 years old. I'm immuno compromised. I go to chemotherapy every other week. And the prisoner catch 22. I don't know what What phase them in and appears to be no mechanism to find that out. I can't re register because it brings me out on the website and I just feel like I'm in a sailing around in The east of somewhere, and I don't know how to overcome that problem. That's what the guys that can help you out with Karen. Can you help for? Yes, Hi part. So now you're 66. Now you are eligible for, um for the vaccine, because that's what the state changed yesterday. So anyone over 65.

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Voice AI 2020 Year in Review with Botmock, Matchbox.io, and Willowtree

The Voicebot Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Voice AI 2020 Year in Review with Botmock, Matchbox.io, and Willowtree

"So sarah. Why don't you give a quick introduction for What you're doing We can talk about your rebranding to if you want. But maybe that's for another day. But i'll just tell people about what you do and and how you came to be here today. Yes i'm the chief content officer at matchbox i. Oh and we are the brands behind a twenty voice. Applications on amazon alexa. Google assistant in samsung bixby and this past year. We've branched out into podcast website and mobile app as well got it perfect. Okay brielle hide. I am real. I am box head of product so my entire career has been kind of at the intersection of design language technology and we have an interactive canvas with drag oxes for anyone to create Choctaw waste at or an yards. Look so he's reading here today. But i'm glad to have you do your second appearance. And the voice podcast. Thank you rod and what we are podcast movement. A couple years ago to be us. Tell us about you. Yeah i hate to be as dangle. I'm the ceo of willow tree. We are a digital strategy design and development company helping clients like fox. Cbs hbo Synchrony bank schwab at jones etc with their apps in their websites. We believe voices the next big thing in the next two three years we think all those websites and apps are going to be voice powered. I've been working in digital and specifically around voice for a long time. I i got exposed to voice when i was at. Aol in the late nineties. I worked on the tell me acquisition which was one of the early really lay in ninety eight ninety nine. Yeah i remember. I remember driving home from from dulles to dc in testing out playing. You could play a black you could call in and play blackjack on a voice at the time right. Yeah yeah we've had a lot of tell the alums On the voice about podcasts. Over the last couple of years. So that's great. I didn't know you had that experience all right. So let's talk about the urine review. That's what we want to talk about. Twenty twenty twenty what happened. What didn't happen I think both things are probably true. It's been a strange year But it's also been dynamic urine voice. Here we'll start with you. Because i think there might be an interesting angle here. I assume the biggest story and voice this year is co vid because it's the biggest story at everything maybe not the big story invoice. We'll see But we should talk about covid and let's let's talk about the global pandemic. Did it change anything for you. What you saw in the industry at the time that we were sort of just entering into this and has that persisted is it still is. Is it the same difference as it anew. Difference is back to normal. What do you think yes or. The world changed trait in march. I mean we're all in a different place than we were thinking about. Voice applications thinking about hard portfolio in specific specifically at matchbox. So we saw right away when everyone. The entire world went into lockdown that the usage of voice applications shifted so during the week monday through friday pre covid. We had like peaks monday through friday. Seven am seven pm. Those were like the certain applications the the main peaks of usage. And then over the weekend it would be kind of spread out throughout the day But once everyone went into lockdown we started seeing that weakened usage throughout the entire week and it was slightly increased usage. stickiness increased as well So that was really interesting. There wasn't a massive spike. Everyone was talking about. Oh everyone's going to be at home and there's gonna be no smart speaker. Usage is going to dramatically spike. We didn't necessarily a huge spike. But we did see overall an increase in usage that persisted. Is it been the similar. Did we go back to normal higher different. Yeah it's persisted since since march and it'll be interesting. You want everyone at home and i know. Excuse me i know is gonna have to take a drink here in a second. Sorry sorry i know. As as vaccine becomes more available race and people star we all start coming out of lockdowns and people start returning to their their free cove lives. I think will see another shift. And as people start their commutes again we had a lot of discussions right before kobe. Hit with in-car experiences like talking with different manufacturers and that kind of thing in-car experiences and that's all been on hold and i expect once commute. Start up. I think we're going to see a really interesting spike. In use cases they're

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"brielle" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast

The Here for Her Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"brielle" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast

"So much to deal at times and and there's just some times where you take a step back from situation. You're like, I literally don't know how to rationally respond to your behavior. Like, I don't know what to do. Like, what do the like I need a book right now or someone to tell me like a teacher to tell me what I'm supposed to do cuz I just feel so out of place. Role, but I think that that I feel like a lot of moms can relate to that feeling of just like what the fuck is going on. Like how do I deal with this? And I'm hoping it's a phase on it quite honestly, I feel like probably walk. Hope like to this extent so much going on. There's so much transition, you know, they've been out of school for so long. I feel like I says adult humans that have been working are also responding different to their needs. So they're probably feeling a bit of that and it's like they haven't been around. Yeah, I think about the girls and Brielle especially cuz she's little and you know, they talk about how long like you really can't get in the full amount of error like your Airways are more restricted with a man. Yeah. That's just the way it is and like they go full days. I was talking to her teacher about it today when I picked her up from school. I was just saying how like rails been struggling at home lately with these tantrums and her daughter is also in JK and she's like mine is too. There's a lot going on and like she's like, I was just talking to my husband home. Last night how challenging this phase is right now and I think it's a lot to do with just every young I think it's it's a bunch of different things later on top of each other and the kids are just feeling it. I just like walk it can end now like anytime children you want to stop acting like crazy psychopath. I will take that. Yeah, no doubting. Oh my gosh freedom and choice, but we actually have an amazing..

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Messi Dazzles as Barca Advance

ESPN FC

05:29 min | 2 years ago

Messi Dazzles as Barca Advance

"Barcelona taking on Napoli One, one, this of course going. into the second leg at the camp. Now, boss in the end winning by three goals to one heads of discussing Alley Moreno Frank Leboeuf who's about to become a grandfather for the first time. He's adore to in labor and without comment we also introduced Craig Burley as well to the program Craig. Let's start. Shall we reflecting on that win for at the camp now once again Lionel Messi was instrumental. Thank. You. So when you went for thirty thousand and just just delaying the inevitable for him one more game going to the core finals. You know and you can't say much more than. in terms of the performance, it was unsurprising that. Not Play who finished seventh and Sarah will still very much towards the end of the game I thought that you'd brought Milijana Burt eller physical presence. And get more balls in the balked. He didn't do that until the last ten or twelve minutes and so bacelona got away with it was messy sharpness. That gotten through particularly the the bold inactivation killer Bali. For, the kick, but there was one or two calls in the Game B-. Bustle, and got the job done is they should have. Done done against the site are not the best in Syria. We'll talk about some of these dubious calls in a moment but I thought you talked about the so much. Have we I feel after every Barcelona game about how dependent they are on messy? Yeah, it's it's not gonNA take not anytime soon that is the way that they play and everybody on the field looks for where Messi is and give him the ball and led him resolve the issues. There isn't any more productivity coming from anywhere else other on the field. There is a through ball from anybody else there isn't a final pass from anybody else across from anybody else if it's not messy, essentially winning the ball given to himself, crossing the to himself and finishing himself it's very, very difficult to see where Barcelona produces Brielle, goalscoring opportunities and. Again. Today we saw Nantong agrees bid a lot of running a lot a lot of work for the team defensively by very little impact offensively restarted scores have penalty gig, but very little outside of that and really what was truly surprising about this game in the second half is to see Barcelona at home just renounced possession just four for the possession say, yeah, you will. You have the ball you see if you can create something on, we're going defend. Now this is Barcelona we're talking about this is not a millennial team. This is not a defensive team, per se and yet at team that you have historically seen at the count now just knocking the ball around really. Possession Monday, the rhythm of the game that is not what we saw today in the second half they were more than happy to sit behind the ball, very unlike Barcelona but in the end effective effective and to advance onto the next round. Frank is testament to what have done in this competition over previous years. The even three one up I home with ten minutes ago you still felt you had to watch this game to the end just in case Napoli got back into it. Yes. Exactly. Because you know that defensive, a bustling is very fragile and the showed that many many times and. And the consistency now they're the talent is not as well except that you have a fantastic little man missy to also do young think he did well, I mean the outside the food when he gave him the giftable macy when he scored and the goal was. disallowed. is an absolute beauty but otherwise, Yeah Celine Craig, it's very very. Well you. No performance style you know where where you don't see many things you you see only one guy doing the difference and that's it and you you I wanted to to see after the. Win Win scalding just before the off time. Say Six second time. It's going to be better. Maybe we're going to see something. Well, he didn't happen to the bid at some point but. How. The of the day you Didn't see a good game good game I. so average she'll team against I've sees a dude, the shade of the that we known I think we're doing the rest of these bustle and a disservice here. Yeah, they're under performance. There's no doubt about it, but sometimes players even the best players are looking for guidance and we know we know there are holes in the boss loners squad the there's quite a few top teams have holes in the squad. But did you spend all in? Well, let's see. It's just a messy for Barcelona. I think when you look around, I think what they need to find as as yeah, a balance within the squad which comes through budget. But a coach, find a key to unlock the clear talent there, and it takes some pressure off message Volvo they struggled and lost his job and said to him was a man it was going to commend with as Grit football style from Betas and nuts really not happened, and so there is more in the locker for boss of them were seeing I'd just feel that the sampler not playing well, another players looking for guidance. And yet defined the court this going to command and the last twelve to eighteen months or so and fainter sets up the gets the best of everybody else as well as getting the best Lino. Messy then Barcelona will be in better

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"brielle" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"brielle" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Jersey Hang in there We had fun, Big, fun wheel of a large and loving life. A New Jersey's most listened to radio station. New Jersey one, A 1.5 passed driving, starting out of your leaving New Jersey across the Delaware River. We do have some repairs on this fan of the Giacconi Palmyra Bridge. One lane blocked there till about four o'clock. Rough ride on 42 heading South bound collision in the left lane and Gloucester over by college drive that has you jammed approaching the outlet malls. Atlantic City Expressway on the eastbound side, Very heavy approaching the egg Harbor Toll plaza. Just some extra volume there. 35 along the shore. Very busy moving between Brielle and point pleasant and both directions. Gonna need some extra time on 18 heading North bound approaching Route nine and old Bridge. Great ride on the Garden State Parkway, though no major issues, both up and down. Still shut down on North Bridge Avenue in Bridgewater. We've got a broken water. Main, blurry Kovar by lot in road. That has you blocked in both directions. There are detours posted to help you get around that and looking good if you are leaving the great Garden State at the George Lincoln and Holland's traffic every 15 minutes. Next report at 303 from Sandstone Jr. 66 autumn all in Neptune Traffic desk. I'm Brandy Scott on New Jersey one, A 1.5 All American, Subaru and Old Bridge has red hot summer deals on the best selling all will drive vehicles in America. They are proudly family owned and operated and have more than 350. Subaru's in stock. One of the largest inventory in New Jersey. Enjoy 0% financing for 63 months on the Subaru Forester out back in President Legacy and mohr shopping all American super dot com or visit them on Route nine. In Old Bridge by appointment. Don't settle for less. Your health is Top priority financing for well qualified applicants. Subject Kind of brutal See dealer for full details expired 6 30 20 Calling All Patriots for the July is finally here. It might look a little different,.

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"brielle" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"brielle" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Well thank you enough has been said you have a wonderful day mom thanks for calling in thanks thanks very much thank you do you we do just give you can someone and she's days one of four three my family's balance out in the morning eight six six five four four my wife ever text into our show at three one oh four three that is such a great way to get in touch with us we've got a big screen here in the studio so all of your tax fly across that screen kind of like when you go to a concert venue they're playing all the techs right yeah yeah and there are so many good ones here asking kids what they want to be when they grow up this text has my two year old had to dress up in her future career last week for reading week when I asked her she enthusiastically replied early I think walkable and that's not bad this is my eight year old said she want to be retired millionaire when she grew up that's the dream that for all of my men Gabriel's eleven wants to be the next Cody Ballenger and Sam three wants to be a cashier at target my son Aiden wants to be a BMX rider myself my six year old once wants to be a dirt bike racer in my fifteen year old daughter Brielle wants to be a mixologist fifty and this is my four year old daughter wants to be.

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Yennenga

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Yennenga

"Today. We're talking about a warrior princess and founding mother who laid the foundation for a new culture. This is the story of Princess. Yoon Inga anger was born in the early twelfth century. What's now northern Ghana? She was the daughter of King. And that Ma'am Brucie tribe. And she soon became renowned for her beauty. Strong will and talent on the battlefield from the age of fourteen. She showed great skill with a variety of weapons. A particular talent for taming wild horses. She joined her father in battles against neighbouring enemy tribe and even commanded her own battalion at such a young age angle was forced to be reckoned with riding. The finest Royal Stallion. In Inga's father was very proud of his daughters martial abilities but he was protective of her tip. Refuse to let you NEGGA choose husband determined to find a way to show her father that she wanted to get married. Yanga decided to take action. She planted a field full of week. Her father praised for agricultural prowess but when the field was ready for harvest in anger let the crops raw when her father asked her why she wasted these resources. Unesco responded that being barred from marriage made her feel the same way as the rotted meat unique. His father wasn't pleased enraged. He imprisoned her to ensure that she would never find a husband after several weeks. One of the king's horsemen started to sympathize with the youngest player in the dead of night. He helped disguise her as a man and smuggled her out of the kingdom together they wrote North. The duo was then attacked by an enemy. Try Companions killed still. She continued riding north. One night in found yourself lost in a forest or she met a lonely elephant. Hunter named Riyal when Riyal discovered in English true identity. It fell in love. And you ain't got the husband. She always wanted Brielle and Yanga had a son named Odria Goo which means stallion P- youngest son went onto found the Mossi kingdom in modern day or Kina Foucault Yanga story for Foundational Legend of the land to this day Odria Goo is still a common surname among the most which is the largest ethnic group in the country in Angus. Drive to pursue. What she wanted in life defy gender roles at the time making her a model for pursuing dreams in the face of resistance

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Witlingo - Creating Toolsets for Voice Creators of any Skill Level

Future Ear Radio

04:46 min | 2 years ago

Witlingo - Creating Toolsets for Voice Creators of any Skill Level

"All right so we're joined here today by Brielle Nikolov Brielle tell us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Hey Dave thanks for having me on So aw I am. Elite of product marketing at wit lingo. We are a Washington DC based startup and our goal is to make it possible for anybody organizations companies or individuals to super easily build out of presence on the voice web so whether that is managing community ethnic communities events or You know if you have a brand that you would like anybody to be not able to access through the voice channel in addition to all the other digital channels like YouTube twitter We our goal is to make it so anyone who's technical earth anyone who's nontechnical can launch it and manage it really easily. Yeah that's awesome awesome so You know for those of you that are have listened to my flash briefing before Future ear radio. I use lingo. So I use their tools walls To create my flash briefing basically take the MP three file drop it into their platform. And then they'll disseminate it for you Onto two Google assistant onto access. So it's a really awesome tool and that's largely why I brought Brio today is I've been Tuned into whittling going. What they're doing and I think that you know with any new technology paradigm You know whether it be mobile really emerged and then now with With voice computing. One of the big things. Initially that is so necessary in order to really jump start the whole ecosystem and and get things going are the tool sets in the platforms for the publishers. You know making it super easy to create All the different experiences and so with lingo is Really the pity of of one of these different tool sets in platforms arms that help publishers to create these things and just like she mentioned. You know for me. I don't have any experience coding. So I don't have a background in that but even still You know a nontechnical person like myself is able to use these tools in a very very straightforward so so Braille wanted to start there. You know 'cause I saw you speak at the voice summit in July. You gave an awesome talk about this whole concept but why don't we talk a little bit about At talk in the gist of it. which was sort of like this idea of democratising the production side of voice experiences? Sure so when you think about how we've all been consuming content through the Internet and the connected did web you have this interface right that anybody can read content honor now look at pictures or her videos when it became possible for anybody to start contributing to the web super easily. That's sort of win. Its its power was fully unlocked so if you think about these different platforms now that were accessing voice. I content went on the true power of the voice web believable be unlocked once anybody but he can you know super easily contribute that native voice content to it so and that is it's different than native web content right because when you're consuming something visually it's it's not automatically eh easily consumable through audio content. So they're they're of of course are going to be ways that we can take content from the the digital web and make it make it consumable through the voice channel but but the way that we're sort of approaching it at with Lingo is such that we want content that was originally created and originally fit for that voice frames and and make it so anybody can a created and then be manage it and then their end users their audience will be easily able to conversationally surf through it and consuming.

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Why is Chester Hanks, AKA Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s Son, Like This?

Who? Weekly

05:40 min | 2 years ago

Why is Chester Hanks, AKA Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s Son, Like This?

"This is chester. Hanks big doc big up the whole island massive cowboy Chattanooga coming from that Golden Globes to- amongst Mexican and. I'll watch I mean it's not the worst thing he's ever done. I think that's the best way to put it. That's the best way to put it. It's the worst thing he's ever done as any Tom Hanks fan longtime hang longtime Tom. Hanks Fan knows Chad. Hayes is the kind of loose puzzle piece in the whole thing of it all yet. He's the son of Tom and Rita. They have their oldest son sons. He's a rapper slash actor slash instagram user and people often he comes up sometimes and then he goes away and then he comes up then he goes away and he's currently coming up because he was at the golden goal to this parents he also like recently in the past four years got sober and had a kid so like his life was just very drama and now it's a little bit less drama. He's wingless academian more less wrapping and more acting and he sort of quieted down down. Yeah everyone could see less of him but that sort of a good thing whatever right but everyone forgot about him and then he was front and center at the Golden Globes last night. Everybody I was like. Oh yeah remember like Tom. Hanks son who's like a little bit yeow unexpectedly Tom. Hey brought the whole. They brought the whole all clan there today all the kids. They brought the kids with Tom. Tom Hanks's other kids. His his non-readers children his children. Even his non on reader children are invited. Children were on. Hank's is a Non Rita Child. It's only they're not talked about over for to their their Colin Hanks as an unruly child. Elizabeth is a Non Rita Child and Truman and chat are Rita Children. But we only read our about chat chester as we really only care about him. Jim Collins Boring Elizabeth is an actor the end. Truman is just to Truman's a little too young to have actually had his coming out party. You know we focus on the real like relevant Tom. Hanks news is aiming to say. Rita Wilson commented on this video of chat doing his thing and he said maybe the best laugh of the night crying laughing. I'm Oh boy it's like. She's so supportive. Wilson is Rita. Wilson is the Hollywood version version of. He's so talented. I'm so proud of talented talented. Don't comment directly about what Chet Hayes is doing like they're really not like getting they're not really we see their pr person is like just. Don't just don't talk about it. It's fine Rita's. Night was not without drama of her own. She she needed a laugh. She tweeted around God win was. When did she tweet this around the Golden Globes the Golden Globes start at noon? La Time so this was probably around six am she between my hair and makeup is person is one hour and twenty minutes late next week hair and makeup is still not here trying to be then next week booked this person in September hair and makeup. Still not here. And if that's like not bad. She went over to instagram because the woman loves to cross platform tweeted a instagram picture of herself with like her hair. That looked slightly curly. Not Not blown out not done up and said we're I don't even have the link but like the version of those tweets again. My hair and makeup person is late. I this is about one thirty. La Time is when she tweeted and she said what you look like when your hair and makeup person for the Golden Globes as one and a half hours late even though you booked him in September will leave one hour to do hair and makeup. What the only leave him what she's like? How will I do this? One in one hour. Will you know when I saw that night. And she figured it out she looked great loved. Always pulls is through. Julianne Moore commented. Oh my God I feel you. Michelle pfeiffer commented heart. Kate Bosworth commented. Oh that's the craziest feeling healing and of course the most Christie comment which was I cannot go on until I know who I have no life. It's like who the fuck needs to know who the makeup artist test is. Like Rosanna. arquette is on a different planet and just as beauty love you bravo Rose rose rose. Rose Rose Clap Clap Balloon. Peace sign for ransom. Wow that's really funny Roseanne Arquett. What's happening Rita Wilson? And I'm not saying this about evidence like Bu- via unnamed sources but also also these tweets themselves like she's kind of a monster I mean. Come on no. I feel feel like celebrities like love her but Jesus Christ yeah I mean. The rumor mill is grinding out. News that she's a bit of a monster but that's okay not not everyone I mean especially. You're a monster. When you're married to Tom Hanks just by comparison? Let's juxtaposed these two people. You come across across as a little more monstrous whenever your husband is saying. It's true like the sacrifice you make by being married to Tom. Hanks that you come off as a monster. Because it's like Mr Rogers is why people are like you know. I Love Fred but his wife was a bitch Da. She was a baby. She was slightly mean. Once you know but I I do feel like looking at read those tweets. I'm just like what is hurt. What's your damage? Lady looking at those three tweets.

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"brielle" Discussed on Engaging Missions

Engaging Missions

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"brielle" Discussed on Engaging Missions

"Aw huge thank you one more time to Brielle Shetland for being with us and also to you for joining us show notes available at engaging missions dot com slash Brielle T. l. a. n. d. engaging missions dot com slash Brielle jet lend or if you're listening to me favorite podcast APP just tap or Swipe or click so that you can get right there you're going to want to visit those sets where you can connect with Brielle that's for you can connect with Clare as well as any of the resources we talked about right there in the episode notes make sure that you come back in a couple of weeks we're going to be hearing from Douglas Search about the power of God's word and some of the really incredible things that God has Douglas doing and then in a few more weeks are also going to be talking about Christian missions throughout history we'll be talking with Ed Smith who quite literal right the booker at wrote a book on this and it's really powerful discussion if you WanNa make sure that you don't miss that subscribe to the show by visiting engaging missions dot com I subscribe so you never miss an episode and if you have any feedback or suggestions for the show at least eve elbows to me at feedback and engaging missions dot com the well welcome to the bonus track I tried this last time and I'm interested to know if you like this kind of thing but anyway this is just a chance for me to connect with you If this is something that doesn't interest you just skip this and go right on so as I'm recording this we are a couple of days my family's a couple of days away from taking some family time my kids will be on break and so we'll be doing this through the magic of production processes this will come out after that's done but that's what's going on is I'm recording this and I'm in the process of working ahead picture that I'm I'm caught up ahead of possible on the editing for client shows that I do so don't have any deadlines to worry about while we're out of town things like that also because I'm not quite sure what Internet connection I'm going to have while we're traveling some getting that stuff kind of ready last time we talked I shared that we're thinking about giving my son's room he currently has the smallest room smallest bedroom in the house and we're going to move him to a larger bedroom but that's connected to where my the closet were my studio currently has so he's planning how he wants his room to be painted and decorated and we're picking out rugs and some stuff like that and I'm working on how I might treat the room that used to be his to make get into a combination of a studio in an office as well as being able to convert it to a guest room for when we have family or guests in town and I wanna make sure that I do a good job I don't want to spend a bunch of money so I'm looking at some ideas that I can use to dead in the room for example tonight as I'm recording this I went and got a small rug that will help dead in the room because it Scott wooden floors right now and flat walls that are mostly parallel so that'll help a little bit I'll probably use some moving air conditioning or heat in the in that room in my closet I couldn't hear any of that so I'm a little bit concerned about how I'll manage that hopefully it won't be that bad but those are some things that I'm working through because DB FOR PODCASTS and they've recently launched some new features there are several different websites that this kind of thing but pod chaser seems to be pulling ahead of the pack and I'm also part of a few online communities of podcasters that I think might benefit from a little exposure for the Sioux shows that produce so I'm trying to put together some lists to hell opus connect and to share what we do and get a little bit of a wider audience I WANNA see more people succeeding one of the list that I put together is for shows focused specifically on missions and church planting. I'm GONNA drop a link in the episode note so that you can check that out if you're interested as quite a number of podcasts on there that are focused on fifty one lincoln the episode notes that you can check that out and whether you are not if you're interested in missions and church planting and you're looking for some additional podcasts definitely check out that Lincoln the episode notes and you'll find a number of great other shows of that entire list that I've got linked up there.

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Alex & Nat Biz Chat  building confidence in business, life, motherhood, how to be productive and tackle your goals

The Here for Her Podcast

12:15 min | 3 years ago

Alex & Nat Biz Chat building confidence in business, life, motherhood, how to be productive and tackle your goals

"Welcome back to here for her podcast every way that friends. How's everyone's week going so far. I guess your week has not started yet. See this is the problem we require. We're talking about this every week monday monday. We're back this week. We've got a fun episode for you guys. It's just alex chatting today. We've got some good tips that we want to share with. You guys just life and business productivity tips right. Oh yeah for sure we've gotten i found that a lot of my followers responded it really well to the episode that we did. I think it was episode three. We should go back in reference that i think it's three but it was all on business and social media and so we i wanted to do like a part two of that but get a little more specific to give you guys some really good takeaways so that's what it's all about today confidence in business us productivity discipline and we're actually prepared this week. We made some notes. We know what we want to talk about so that we can really make the best <hes> of this episode and be respectful of everyone's time because we know that <hes> typically twenty minutes or so is usually a good time. I'm for people to consume information any longer than that especially. If it's not like an interview or storytime you know people get a little bit tired and bored board of <hes> here in tips. I love how you say storytime the cutest thing every week you're like okay it story time like i'm in like junior kindergarten kindergarten. I love story time. Do you have any stories this week. Okay so i wish you cottage for the most people probably already know that i was at a cottage because he was all of my instagram stories by <hes>. We had such a fine week. I miss it already. Do you get the post vacation blues. Oh my god yeah. I get it bad <hes> like i'm just yeah it's like. I don't even like to go away because i i know what that feels like afterwards. It's like this little <hes>. I don't even want to say the word depression depression because it's not a depression but you like on you feel in <hes> so we went up to a cottage and every morning we'd like sit on the dog and the lake was beautiful and quiet and we listen into the birds. We'd have our coffee so i missed so much by oh my god not so i started for you. God here we go nick pointed out it. All three events happen in one day and he's like seib little embarrassing moments multiple times a day like it does not surprise him at all. I wonder if it can be last resold in the car. You know when you told that story though just to take you back again. I didn't realize when you were telling me in this room that you were naked i didn't i know that you had taken your whole bathing suit off. Like why didn't you just pull it to the side. I don't know i i didn't i just so like i knew come. I'm in so i just tried to like. Get it off as fast as i could but anyway okay so tell me what's going on. We are at the cottage and my parents were away. It's like get groceries or whatever so it was brielle meal nick and i down at the dock and <hes> you know the girls were getting ready to go swimming and this is exactly so nick turns to me and it's like eleven a._m. And i had on a cute little bikini from libyan rose like a different top a top and bottom and nick looks at me and he's like babe. You're bottoms are on inside out so my tag sticking out and this always happening. I wear clothes goes inside out all the time. I actually do as well do they. Tell adam like whoever comes into the dryer is how it's going on. So if anyone comes up i feel it's mom life. You're like what are you trying to get on his past. You've got so. I'm like oh no problem. I'm like no no one's around. It's really quiet so i pull like i'm i'm standing on the dock facing the lake and i take my bottoms off. Put them like turn them around. Pull them up and i look in in front of me not and there are two people on those boards called like wake ports like they're just like you know how they eat the paddleboard towards so there's two people on paddle boards paddle boards directly in front of me scaring me like they were like five feet from me. Did you have a clean shave. At least i did. That's nick. I'm michael at least texas shaved shaved everything so at least it was crazy. I looked up. I didn't think anyone was like i didn't even bother really looking because it was such a quiet morning and usually can look here if someone's coming along and nick just look semi shaved his head and i sink into my chair like i literally hit my face. I sink in my chair. They were steering like they're probably like what the lucky <music> doing so i think into my chair and i couldn't even make eye contact but they weren't like the next call over or anything where they five feet from me. No i know but like they weren't. You'll never see them again. So what her i was so i'm like i literally just showed that my right but jonah is here's my china. I don't think i'd get embarrassed by something like that. Talk just well maybe right now because i haven't shaved ears getting you just never know honestly and all of us that we're all at wonderland we were standing in line for water slide in the waterpark and a melia looks over and she's like right at that level. You have hair points that i would never take note that happens over time yet with my mom. We were at the beach at the cottage. We went to like this big beautiful beach and i looked down at my bikini line and and i was like cheesman strikers it was a forest. It's like before i had kids. Hair didn't even go down so passes like so far is like the you know. I don't even know down my god. I really don't want to have a bad image of my late. China yeah is he like you kind of just lose all l. dignity when you have kids but okay so that happened what else so there's just so then these are like little tiny stories that it just kind of all added up like by the end of the day my mom and in my neck were just chirping me. They're like alex. This is what it's like going to cottage with you. It's absolutely ridiculous. So the second thing that happened benway's the lovely neighbors that were beside us notice we had kids rain and they had these like fun beach toys and they're like just take everything borrow it for the day. The kids will love it. They were so oh sweet so they gave us this really big tube like when that you would use for boating <hes> but they're like yeah. Just use it in the water so i was sitting in the water. There was like mesh underneath so so comfortable so relaxing and all of a sudden i like i just moved my little net and the bottom completely breaks and i fall in the fall all under the water broke. I broke that thing and i have no idea how i did it with my mom and molly just tear them me. My mom was like do honestly just so i go over to the neighbors explain broker to maybe they baited you and actually knew it was broken. <music> god i literally just went right through the water. It was raining and then the third time so my mom brielle and i went canoeing k. so moms i just love your face and you're telling these stories because you just can't keep it together on the back i met the front brielle's in the middle like she's sitting all cute in the middle and so we're we're making our way back to the cottage and we pull up to the dock but we were going a little too fast so next like alex you've because he's standing on the dock great to kinda like within like alex use your row to slow down 'cause i was at the front and i wasn't quite sure how to do that but i had this great idea idea that i would and it happened so fast so i used my row and like just like hit it against the dog and stop <hes> cane so we were like pulling up. He's like alex usua- row. Use your oaks. He wanted me to use it in the water and i just like brought it forward and a used it against the dock pat. I fell backwards in so fast. I fell backwards into the canoe. I'm between heels legs and she's just staring at me with like st face like what are you doing and my mom was dying but didn't explain so unexpected it was like i thought that i could stop it no problem yeah but it just like the. I don't know the yeah well. Actually it's an anger that no one caught any of these months. I can't run because i i was crying. Laughing nick doesn't laugh like he has like this poker face and he's like typical like he. He's not mad about it but he's just seen it so many times that that it doesn't faze him at all. You know what i mean like. Oh man alex. You are so fun that is amazing. I don't have really any stories of of stuff going on this week. Except for i have my period again which is just has been battling. Oh my god no. It's like kerry in two point. Oh down their own weren't didn't you buy yet. No i use the <hes> no well yes yes and no so i bought the <hes> the luna patterns which are awesome but yesterday was so torrential like no they worked. I just use them all so now. I just got to wash him but i actually by yesterday because when i posted yesterday on instagram about that little coach that used to keep everything in yeah someone messaged me and they're like you need to try the diva cup. Have you tried the diva cup. I have and and what are your thoughts so i was using the diva cut for a long time and then i noticed that maybe this is tim. I but i have a really hard time taking it out without it hurting okay so i've stopped using it because it just became really uncomfortable interesting. You had the wrong size lady different different sizes now but this is the smaller size in it hurts survey so i know anyway he's saying. I hear you carry in in michigan. You demonstrate but you know so. I used it years and years ago and i just couldn't ever get it right. I think it was before four kids but it is true. I do find it trick yeah and then someone message me yesterday. They're like you have like because they they know i guess i promoted the luna pads before but it's the same maker acre luna pads and the diva cup. I think so she's like you had to try to and i'm like well. I did before but i didn't really you know anything of it but <hes> i am i purchased. We're just off amazon last night's. I'm going to give it another go. I'll keep you posted. Oh let me know. I'll give you the bloody inside the lovely. No that sounds good okay so so so so so we're on tune today okay i. I also want to quickly mention because we're going to do this every single week because i am so pumped september. Fourteenth is our fun podcast event for all of our amazing listeners and followers instagram's of your local. Keep an eye out because natalie is finally getting the event page done. It's almost done guys stat so <hes> built for that. We'll be sharing. I'm sure they'll see it ten times more on <hes> on our socials. If you guys follow as their which you you should be following us. They're absolutely and tickets will sell out fast because we're only selling a small space so yeah next time. We'll go bigger so we conceptualize this episode today because we've we've talked a lot between us and we get some questions questions and you know some praise on social

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Destin Daniel Cretton to Direct Asian-American Superhero Movie Based on Shang-Chi Character for Marvel Studios

Collider Movie Talk

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Destin Daniel Cretton to Direct Asian-American Superhero Movie Based on Shang-Chi Character for Marvel Studios

"News broke on the Hollywood reporter that destined. Daniel Cretin has signed on to direct Marvel's Shanxi movie. Which will Mark the studios very first superhero film with an Asian lead? So word of this project for surface back in September along with the news that marvel was going to fasttrack it, and they also tapped at that point writers penned the screenplay at that time. It was reported that marvel was looking towards Black Panther a little bit of a guide and a model just in terms of hiring Asian or or an Asian American director to helm this one other directors that were in the running included Justin tipping, Alan Yang and Deborah Chow. But of course, Cretin is the one that landed this gig. So from this point on marvel is looking to assemble a largely Asian American and Asian cast for the film. So hopefully, we get a lot more news on this very soon. But right now focusing on the director, Amy rose, what do you think? About destined getting this gig. I think it's a great choice short-term twelve most people didn't really know about Brielle arson before the room, but this was the little gem, and there's kind of something around the internet floating around that like this was like the magic well short term twelve because everyone who was in this movie, this has been a launch pad for a lot of success, and it's just such a talented cast, and he's an amazing director. And like it's about time. I feel like a rook a broken record talking about representation being so important in media. But it really is. And you know, I'm finally pursuing my dream of directing. But I didn't have a lot of role models growing up and that right there because there were probably ten I could count on my fingers female directors. And it's the same thing with having an all Asian cast Asian director with this property who's going to know the property better. So think it's a great choice. He has a lot of talent. And I'm glad that marvel and Holywood is still slow to change. But I'm glad that they are finally showing a little bit more

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Congressman, Paul Gosar and Jennifer discussed on Ring of Fire Radio

Ring of Fire Radio

00:27 sec | 4 years ago

Congressman, Paul Gosar and Jennifer discussed on Ring of Fire Radio

"Six siblings of Arizona, Republican congressman Paul gosar are urging voters to cast their ballots against their brother in November in an ad sponsored by his opponent. David. Brielle, Jennifer goes are explained halls political rhetoric and the last probably here and a half has gone from to me conservative into a place of of hate and divisiveness congressman goes said his brothers and sisters are disgruntled liberals who put ideology before

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Congressman, Paul Gosar and Arizona discussed on Word of Prophecy

Word of Prophecy

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Congressman, Paul Gosar and Arizona discussed on Word of Prophecy

"Siblings of Arizona, Republican congressman Paul gosar are urging voters to cast their ballots against their brother November in an ad sponsored by his opponent. David. Brielle, Jennifer goes are explained political rhetoric and the last probably year and a half has gone from conservative into a place of hate and device. Fitness. Congressman goes there said his brothers and sisters are disgruntled liberals who put ideology before family

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Abby Lee Miller Is ‘Not Out of the Woods Yet’ as She Faces Preliminary Cancer Diagnosis

The Morning Toast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

Abby Lee Miller Is ‘Not Out of the Woods Yet’ as She Faces Preliminary Cancer Diagnosis

"Yeah you didn't even watch of union is it well i didn't watch most recent episode yet oh it's so good beverly hills honestly whatever's on is usually my number one but just in terms of like tightness step back looking at it from an aerial what gave me the most to work with this franchise on an offscreen and that was your house was lanta for me it's just as trails yeah i i don't follow anyone from atlanta i don't know if i felt okay my brielle kim nina bro and i used to healthy drop but she needs justice i met for each and i loved her makes me love dra the point sky points guys best friends with asia that i met her yeah and she's he's just like she was great she was so nice and entering and she's like my height so i appreciate people short because we just see the world from a different view yeah anyways this next story is like sad like conflicting abby lee miller has been diagnosed with non hodgkinson foam doctor says one day after going emergency surgery for what was initially thought to be a spinal infection abby lee miller has been premera preliminary diagnosed with non hundreds and foam cancer that develops in the paddock system people confirms it was not an infection it was a type of non hundred som foam it's type of cancer we're getting oncologists involved and we have to figure out what the next steps are as far as chemotherapy or radiation or more spine surgery depending on the tumor type depending on the sensitivity of the tumor just depends the type but i feel more than us you undergo chemotherapy radiation that's really sad and also like now that thing so that she went to jail so obviously like people are up in arms like she went to jail for a non violent crime like she taxes.

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