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Craftivism With Lydia Diaz of Clever Girl Craftings

Stitch Please

02:19 min | Last month

Craftivism With Lydia Diaz of Clever Girl Craftings

"You so much lydia. Welcome thank you for having me. Sorry it took so long. Hey it's at the time it needed to take a man. And i am very glad to be here so i wanted to talk a bit about. How did you get started. What made you take the leap from being a crafter. Who was just doing things in her own home for her own. Edification to turn to making things like stickers and stamps and things like that like what was the thing that got you going. Okay so when i really started crafting to put it out into the world if you will i was not a crafter prior to that. It was like cracking from me. Started as a means of self care as means of processing trauma it was workplace trauma. Of course there's you know childhood trauma and everything else. We beat by women. Also you know the world trauma but for me. It was coming out of a work experience. That was very mentally dangerous and leaving a company that i felt really drained. My energy drained myself worse. Really put me down into a pit okay. And so then i started. Doing watercolor paints stamps. As so just you know. Painting the backgrounds really simply. I'm not a great painter by any stretch of the imagination. But then i love seeing how people would stamp on top of the dry background in the us in boston. Powders and the heat gun to raise the lettering or raise the stamps. And all of that. so cool. I've never seen that before. Thanks instagram you know. I saw that on his. Oh that's so cool. I'm going to try that. So i've got a little heat. Guide got the stamps de bussey better in house. Like just as so cool you know how you can make your statement the sentiment stand up off of the paper off of the background and it's glossy and it's sealed it's not coming out. It's not washing off. The background is gonna state. When you're dealing with paint the background is gonna fade wording. The sentiment is going to stay

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How to Wow Your Customers With Little Things

The $100 MBA Show

02:10 min | Last month

How to Wow Your Customers With Little Things

"I learn about the strategy. How to wow your customers with very little things from derek sievers. When i read his book anything you want. Derek did something that costs him absolutely nothing but made an incredible impression on his customers. And that was sending a very creative and thoughtful confirmation email to all his customers typically. When you order something online you just get a standard confirmation email. Hey this confirms her order. Here's your receipt. Thanks for shopping at this store. Derek said this is very very good opportunity for me to make a great impression. People are waiting for this confirmation email. They're checking their inbox. I have their full attention. Let me delight them now. I'm not gonna read you. Derek's actual confirmation email. You can actually google it. Just go to google and right. Derek sievers confirmation email. And i'm sure you will find it. It is worth the read but just to give you an idea. He created a great little story in painted a picture for each customer of how happy and excited the whole team is that they bought from his company. Cd baby it's funny is cheeky. It's a memorable and of course it's viral marketing because people loved it so much. They forwarded the email to their friends. They told their friends and family bussey db because of the confirmation email. It cost him nothing but a little creativity. So what else. What else can you do to while your customers with very little investment. Well let's stick to email one of the ways that you can do. This is to write delightful emails. I learned this from matthew kimberley. Who gave an amazing workshop To our weather ninja and his whole theory is hey instead of trying to send emails. Sue everybody on your email us with blog posts and infinite tactics tips. Just send emails. That are fun to read. That are interesting. You can share stories from your childhood or your plans for your next vacation and people will read them. Because they'll find you interesting

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"bussey" Discussed on Streams of Income

Streams of Income

04:15 min | 4 months ago

"bussey" Discussed on Streams of Income

"Want everything when eat all of it and and that's the way it is with online business. Sometimes there's so many awesome strategies you see you hear somebody. Killing it with ebay. I want to do that or store. Jackson's that sounds fun. I want to try that. Who private label. That sounds amazing. Let's try that. And then your focus is all over the place when we call it shiny object syndrome. I'm sure that's something you've had to deal with right. Absolutely that's That sums up the last seven years you know so and you know coming into the community learning all these new tools. These new ways to make money in my eyes being opened a great analogy like a buffet. It's a buffet of careers. You know what to do I had a lot of that. You know from thing to thing in you know a few years ago. If if i were read a story about a guy in new york city hot dogs out of cardi may typically dollars. Why would a gone hot cart shopping. You know a. How do i do that. I'm going to try it so it's been all over the place in there a couple of things that have helped me and i is where the shiny object syndrome you'll comes out in in my own businesses and you see this a lot in the community any off noor is going to have it. You know having a job is one thing. It's very simple. You know for the most part. You know broadly speaking my jobs were always very simple when us doing pest control our show up to a building or school and i would take a rainy issues. Having it was very simple right now. This is the problem. This is how i saw it then. I go to the next customer so being an entrepreneur. It's like man. I have fifty million choices in front of me. How i pick one. Yes so hard the z. One all the way through to get the fruits of it. It's so much easier to bounce around. Yes it is. Art so yeah. So they're there to ways that i have seen the shiny knicks. Come out most in my life professionally and that's one finding your business..

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Donald Trump impeachment trial: what you need to know

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:52 min | 6 months ago

Donald Trump impeachment trial: what you need to know

"Donald trump may have left the white house but he has not ceased contributing to the history of the american presidency. Beginning later today he will become the first occupant of that office to undergo a impeachment trial for the second time the charges on this occasion relate to his role in inciting january sixth royat which led to the ransacking of the capitol building in washington d c. Five people died one of them a police officer murdered by the mob as we learned the first time. A two-thirds majority of senators is required for conviction. But are the numbers. There were joined with more by. Suzanne lynch washington dc correspondent for the irish times suzanne first of all to washington itself. Are there concerns about further disturbances as the trial gets underway. Well i am. It is important to note andrew. There's still a lot of security here in washington. Dc a lot of armed patrols are still here a lot of fencing and a lot of security around the capitol building in saying this and there's been no specific suggests that there would be any kind of violence today at the fbi is still. There are posters all over the city looking for information about people who evolved in the original capitol hill riots. Many of them at this stage have been arrested. So there is a feeling dash at the security services have made a lot of progress on arresting the people who are involved without nearly four weeks go more than four weeks ago in fact so yeah there it. It's still a city. That's quite tense. But no specific indication that there is anything plan for today. What if anything is donald trump proposing to offer by way of defending himself. Is he actually taking an active interest in his impeachment. Trial this time mersey. He just staying on the gulf coast. Well we had. We saw that he fell out in some way was originally legal team that he had engaged to represent him at this trial and then very quickly appointed two new Figures at david shown ambers koster early last week so That in itself has been quite and quite unusual so we're going to hear from those two lawyers at today when the impeachment trial starts now. The highs impeachment managers who are effectively. The democrats were acting prosecutors at they wrote donald trump last week asking him to testify under oath either before the impeachment trial. It's up or during the impeachment trial. He said no in no uncertain terms dot through his lawyer. So that's not happening as we don't expect to hear from donald trump. They have been quite clear. Though about the argument they expect to make. They filed a seventy eight page brief yesterday. And there are a couple of lines of defensively like we're expecting them to use as significantly in the most The most important will be the argument that this whole process is flawed. That it's unconstitutional to try a president who has already left office in an impeachment trial now. A lot of legal experts have questions about that. Don't agree with that argument but that is definitely one of the arguments are going to make. Also that his comments in his speech is incendiary speech that was delivered on the mall just before the capitol hill attack. That thought is protected by the first amendment rights pre speech. Which of course is so important and so strongly to here in the united states and there are other arguments are making that this political theater by the democrats that donald trump was speaking figuratively talking about the need to fight during that speech. So but i think we're going to see predict on the first day is debated about this constitutionality. Argument is this. Is this legal to hold a present. Try it of course in the past. Is this the first time this has happened as you pointed out that our president has been impeached for the second time and be after. He's facing trial after he has had office but we have examples read history. Were other officials like judges. Were tried and impeachment. After they left office so democrats argue that no this it may not have happened before with the president but that it is perfectly legal as we've discussed before it does seem unlikely that they will be sufficient republican votes to secure that two-thirds majority in the senate. What do we understand of the calculation that republican senators who vote to acquit. donald will be making. Will they be acting out of foam principal and a conviction that he is an innocent man or are they still really really scared of his base in the trouble that he might be able to cause them especially in primaries. I manage this is quite so. What's so interesting about this impeachment. It's taking pay so early. In the psych of joe biden. It's almost as if republicans. Now they will they will have to go publicly on the record on donald trump. At a time where i tink. There's still a lot of soul searching by the direction of the party. So we saw last week. There was controversy over Marjorie taylor green very much trump acolyte in the house and under the controversy over lists charging the third ranking republican in the house who you know broke with their party and voted to impeach donald trump. But she survived. He got quite a decisive vote in her favor. A private meeting last week so that would suggest that republicans privately are not so enamored with donald trump. Bussey may seem publicly. I think what's going to happen though. And this provides an for republicans. If you like is that they may well hide behind this argument about process at that. The whole the constitutionality of the entire impeachment trial rather than cast judgment on the substance of the allegation against donald trump himself i think that would allow allow republicans at to vote to quit donald trump without condoning or supporting his behavior on john six. So i think that's where this story is. Probably going i think most republicans will vote to a question but based on that argument that the process itself is flawed. Not on the fact that he is innocent of the charges of lucia accused.

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The Horror at the Gideon Farm

Horror Fictional and True Stories

06:27 min | 8 months ago

The Horror at the Gideon Farm

"Of metal flame brings my adult mine back the violence of the moment. Suddenly a growing fears fed fresh fuel screams of a family explode out for only men last silenced with uncaring monster sufficiency. The flowing around now carries a heavy scent of i. That's it every single night. That's how the dream goes every night since that day it's been tortuous trying to live with myself every single minute past that point. Find myself in that horrible bloody dream and every possible moment sleep. I know that's what i did was wrong. And human even but what else could i have done. Just a man. Nothing more than human. I know there's much more out there than that. Now not to ryan says it my dreams my way of dealing with what happened. The only way i could my dark fantasy dreams. He calls them. He says that. If i write down what i feel what i see then maybe can help me understand why i dream that way. Do tool to deal with guilt. He says he's never were. I felt worse after every session with a journal. Now they say. I should try talking to the tape recorder. Is we better than anything else. Wants me to talk out my guilt to somehow accept it internally as he says he has a degree so he must know something about what he's talking about except of course he didn't see them that day he can't otherwise he would have. Just let me have the gun for instead. I got the restraints in the mets. So here i am sitting in their soft dot room trying to piece together my dreams and memories of that night into something that can help the good doctor understand me something that can maybe help me. Can anything helped me now. Now you here wanting to know about that horrible day. Doc said it was okay to talk to you. I don't understand why you want to know about this. But from the look in your eyes he seen some dog days of your own. You might have heard or seen something sound. Alright we can give this a shot. I hope you get something out of it. I've told this thing. The many times in the past few months still feels fresh each time. I close my eyes and live the whole damn day through like a movie. It was supposed to just be a regular day. Tuesday morning sky was cold. Ugly grey thing. This was about the middle of april. So good rolling. Set of strong rains was normal. He's already a bad day for it. I was going down to install a security system for a family and gideon louisiana. I hated working on the drive out of bussey should have been about four hours rained nearly the whole way. They're almost as if it was taunting me. I got a flat about two hours into the trip was able to get changed my spare but took me some time. I ended up running a few hours behind eventually. I made my way to the client's house was more than thankful to be at the destination. The rain with diana at least it was only down to a small light trickle looking for the housewives thankfully difficult client run a small quiet femme quite apart from anything else nearby can make out what appeared to be. The main house cleared a section of rather winding road to bonds each side of the house with signs clearly leading the way when i pulled into the driveway of the house street to buy thin man dressed every bit the pharma pops as he made his way to my car could see him clearly. He was an older gentleman easily in his fifties. I noticed right away that he carried a revolver well handgun of some type on him. He had it hosted but his hand state close to it as well. He seemed on agean. But i had a feeling it was not me as i watched him. He kept looking to one of the bonds about a mile behind me. I dealt with some over the top plans before wasn't the first time someone greet to me armed with an attitude and yet this man didn't put off any body language that came off. His dangerous looked tired and anxious for sure. Nothing really spoke of violent intent was me. I tried to put myself in his place to understand his demeanor. He pulled it off for security system. To be installed generally have had something bad happen. They're expecting something bad coming their way. Read some of those were sent to me by the company a few days prior to the job paints a sort of state of things he ross family ran their small isolated farming quite a ways out from the main city generation. Place been there for well over fifty is there were no real security issues from the long run of it but recently something had changed concerns about someone trying to break into the home for a few nights. Is they find mars and breaks on that bond for while they put it down to some kind of animal chlorine at the doors at night didn't exactly live in a crime. Ridden area after all so the animal story could have been the more plausible issue. I went on for something of about four months. Theory died out stockley when they woke up early in the morning hours to find someone running across the femme documents said they saw someone running off into the woods nearby that was limited to see soon after they contacted the company to have a security system installed on both bonds and the main house. I looked at the man. I could tell he was uneasy. Here's expecting something to happen any moment. The gentleman approach me and firmly. Ask if i was the man from the security company.

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"bussey" Discussed on SuperMamas

SuperMamas

01:56 min | 9 months ago

"bussey" Discussed on SuperMamas

"I was like. Oh we're that we are imposing these things. These things women already are fault. We're like this. Should we break the cycle. But i don't know. But i feel that yeah. The girls can take care of themselves. Really learn on today. Actually my daughter cooked aca said the for me instead of me making for her. She making mucus study. Yeah yeah and i was like i'm sure voice will be that q i understand. It's just as my sus. Bussey tho- with them. I don't know i don't know i think it again. Just like she's three months. And i'm like you're gonna be fun. You care your brother. You know and that's wrong for me to think about it because i feel like maybe that's true that's true but yes that is who i be. What else is there to share. Yeah this week. I did my hundred hundred ride on hardcore. You're like the most you. I mean you win on on peleton seen every bike for like almost three years i think wanna stay and like i never thought a forty five minute ride means no actually never pregnant right now at all you do. And that's not all i do. That's not. I'm on my on my two hundred fifty right. I think and like all closed three hundred riot and you only had it for a few months. I mean that's pretty crazy. I didn't there was a whole year. Never touch my bike. I was just kinda like maybe. Oh i mean maybe when dale i mean it'll happen to me again to that. I'm legacy not right now. But that was i mean. It's just just fun. I mean it's you'll love it though and he's really thinning. You've always been into spinning. Because i knew i know you're everything you're like. I.

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"bussey" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

04:50 min | 9 months ago

"bussey" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

"But lama. I tell them we do launch some bussey. Daniel conlon pneumonia. Conman you would you. I'm gina house a lot on putin ya three from buck. Dunia.

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Cosmic Gate

Back To Back

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Cosmic Gate

"Just. Okay at one two three boom. Nice I'm still got it. This is why you go. US to some shows when when when wedding We have to literally music and visuals when something? Technical doesn't work so. Lights Lights One. Oh, yeah, absolutely I mean that's we should. Actually we could talk about that in a second. Yes it's it's a funny thing. I was thinking about your guys career just in general, and you know from when you started performing up until now just so much of the the not not the music, but the actual production of the show has changed. You know the level of the festivals the technical level the just how much money is going into the whole thing. It's Kinda Wild I. Wonder if that was was that an adjustment period for you guys, or was it just sort of gradually? You ramped up your show at a match it. Exactly that was a gradual thing, right? I remember even apart from bad back when we started. Obviously, we didn't even have a manager for years. Right, Bussey. It was like everything Wednesday buster another than we played shows even think of visuals than we created also visual loop for like remember. What was it like? Twenty five thirty minute loop? Yeah. Yeah Yeah, and it just runs in the background, right? Slightly at the beginning what manager? What's what's visual loop? It was not a DJ showed the DJ when we started was placed somewhere in the corner right, and then like some of the big room. KLOPP's eventually with the DJ a little more visual 'cause it start into. Hey, people are looking for that special guy, or they're coming for to guy and then. On on. I remember that when some shows in Holland I think were the first ones where we saw an anti club. All facing the DJ before. Dancing everywhere all over the place. and. It was so interesting. That was new doing those the early two thousands that we had total new kind of conduct dance culture. It was like people were into collapsed there were you the bar and dancing, and now it's like when when we play a show. Every single face in our in our direction, so thinking about it, yeah, it's actually a total different way of going out and partying and enjoy the night. Yeah, it's really interesting. I started DJ in the late nineties, and so I was right on the tail end. You know when I started when I started going to events and all that it was very much the old days that you're talking about where it was dark you. You couldn't really see anything I didn't know where the DJ was, and then kind of right at right at the end of the nineties when I first started getting my first real show as when that switch happened, and it was really weird. I wasn't expecting it for you guys. Was that something you? You know in the early days where you comfortable with that. Did you feel like performers? You want to be on stage. were. Just mentioning the one word, a DJ turned more into a performer these days. It's more occur forms as some people come more for the event performance than eventually for Dha Music which still? Meal, wrapping it up in what what I say now still Farrah's The music is always the center and should be key over tension, and that will always be what's most important for us, but of course these that you cannot you cannot just you know. Look on your players at a not interact at all with the crowd. You can't do this these days. Maybe, I can speak for the two of us we. We grew into that where we're never the guys that search for every Kendra. Oh, we gotta jump in. but yeah we. We grew into the situation with comfy with it now it's it's fun. And when when the crowd is so much energy to to cheer back into It's awesome that. Really emotional at driving and so it wasn't it was we. We grew insulin and wait. We really enjoyed. Now may be boring to still do just the cool Dj Noah you right so. It's nice to see when they all face. You also especially back then because. The production was as Baker, was still about the music, but there was still facing. You just felt like they really care about the music they really. WanNa hear new music and expect you to surprise them and it was. Good to see all this attention than it made us also better DJ septic.

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Using AI to Crack COVID-19

The Bio Report

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Using AI to Crack COVID-19

"So, we're working with. The Barbosa Lab. About northeastern university and Horford, medical, School Brigham and Women's Hospital. They are collaboration burgers. And take it bar Bossy is the same as as one of the company's founders correct to Las Labar Bussey. So. He's a specialist in in network medicine. Is that correct is? What is meant by that term network medicine? So, it's basically. understanding and describing diseases on a molecular level using what is called the interact dome, which is the protein network of of human cells Dr Bossy on his academic collaborators at Harvard have over a decade developed. Science and a platform that. Allows us to look at disease in various student and an accurate way using protein network, and when you look at a disease on on through the land of the protein at work, you are able to capture the complexity. Of A, lot of diseases that are impossible to capture any other way. So. How did the project come about? Did he reach out to Cypher? Cypher suggests this. Well. It was it was. Say Indicative of how things have gone. Through this whole pandemic. The last reach out to us and said that there is a group of scientists that are coming together to try to solve the problem of coming up with generic drug to treat covid nineteen and we said. Can. You guys something we said absolutely. And it was quite interesting because. You know typically in engaging with northeastern and Harvard us. You know six to nine month process of paperwork. To to our surprise, we were asked to jump on. Call the same afternoon. And we started running calls that are still going actually every day at three PM. A consortium of researchers of have gone on Soom Kohl's and push the project. CIPHERS. Role in this effort, so we are. We're using our. First of all over resources on the data science on the computational side some of our our infrastructure to to identify drug stunned can be a repurpose. Cheat Code Nineteen so. We are participating just as as as any. Scientific collaborator on the project. And what exactly is the

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"bussey" Discussed on Laces Out

Laces Out

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"bussey" Discussed on Laces Out

"For we just sat back bussey ran out you just felt day she comes for you you felt beg at the crew be complicated and confusing there is a simpler way.

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Mike Pompeo accuses Democrats of trying to 'bully' State officials into interviews

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

06:36 min | 1 year ago

Mike Pompeo accuses Democrats of trying to 'bully' State officials into interviews

"We're following breaking news in the impeachment. Investigation sources tell C. N. N. that the trump administration's former on void to Ukraine still plans to be questioned by members of Congress on Thursday this this despite secretary of State Mike Pompeo's efforts to stall any immediate testimony by State Department officials about the Ukraine scandal tonight on Peyot and top House House Democrats are accusing each other trying to intimidate witnesses with the Democrats warning that pompey's actions may be used as evidence of obstruction. I'll be getting reaction reaction from a Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee Congressman. Steve Cohen and our correspondents and analysts are also standing by. Let's go to the White House I and C. N. N. In White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins Caitlyn Secretary Pompeo is facing growing pressure and also scrutiny as this probe intensifies yeah and essentially Briana what he's he's arguing in. This letter is that Democrats rush these requests to sit down with these officials buck. One former official doesn't seem to think it's happening too soon. That's because Kurt folk or who was the former special envoy to Ukraine who resigned last week after he got caught up in the middle of the scandal has agreed to continue to sit down with Democrats on Thursday for his deposition but now the question is going to be how much he'll say and whether or not the State Department will try to limit it to disgrace tonight secretary of State Mike Pompeo is following president trump's lead accusing Democrats with questions about Ukraine of trying to intimidate him bully state eight department officials into giving rush depositions the secretary of state writing in a letter. I will not tolerate such tactics. The three democratic chairs fired back quickly saying pompeo should immediately sees intimidating department witnesses in order to protect himself and the President Secretary Secretary Pompeo's actions also coming under scrutiny from someone who once held his job secretary of State's job is to make sure that he knows house number one what the president's GonNa say on those calls. TNN has confirmed pumping was listening in when trump pressured Ukrainian President Dolinsky to investigate investigate the Biden's even though he seems surprised by a question about those conversations just days ago so you just gave me a report talk about a campaign none of which I've seen as trump maintains. His call was perfect. The Ukrainian president is distancing getting himself from the man at the center of it all. I've never met earl- digit never as the impeachment angry heats up. Trump is keeping his focus on the whistle blower insisting he's entitled to interview the person who started the investigation. The president is questioning the identity of the whistle blower as his allies allies are questioning their motives what's going on here. Why did they change the rules about whistleblower. you can use hearsay when you use could not just weeks before the complaint he had no first-hand knowledge. He is giving them hearsay evidence but none of what they said is true. According to trump's own intelligence community inspector general who in a rare pushback said the official had some firsthand knowledge and none of the rules to be a whistle blower have changed Republican Senator Chuck Grassley Asleep chairs the whistleblower protection caucus and he broke with trump today when he said the official to be heard and protected one official all still in the president's corner is Attorney General Bill Barr who in recent months has pressed multiple foreign leaders for help as he investigates the origins of the Russia Chen Bussey Gatien following trump orders from May and I hope he looks at the UK and I hope he looks at Australia and I hope he looks at Ukraine rain. I hope he looks at everything now Brianna right now. The Secretary of State is travelling overseas where the reporters with him have asked him questions about his role in this scandal so far has an answer those questions we're going to be waiting to see what he says and whether or not these other officials follow suit with the former official who is still going to sit down with those. Democrats Kaitlan Collins at the White House thank you and let's get more now on this battle between the State Department and impeachment investigators on the hill we have. CNN Congressional national correspondent Sunlen Serfaty joining us and Sunlen despite what we heard today from Secretary Pump Congress could still hear from key players outlined in this complaint. That's right Brianna despite fight all this the person is former special envoy to the Ukraine Kurt Volker. He says he will still appear on Capitol Hill on Thursday and that's according to an aid read telling CNN tonight testimony likely behind closed doors on Thursday and Bulker of course is no longer a State Department employee after he abruptly resigned last week after being named in the whistle blow report the whistle blower alleging that bulker had involvement in the conversations with the Ukrainian president resident how about navigate the demands that complaint says that President Trump made of the Ukrainian president and he was one of the five people that the Committees Committee's had wanted to talk to you wanted to get depositions from over the course of this two week recess now meantime the testimony of former. US Ambassador Ukraine which had had been scheduled for tomorrow up here on Capitol Hill that delayed at least a week likely push until Friday of next week Brianna these voices potentially significant and the Democrats impeachment pro and some we just heard a Republican Senator Chuck Grassley is breaking with the president saying the whistle blower deserves to be heard. What else is he saying. He Yeah Grassley voices such a key. Republican up here on Capitol Hill and this is certainly a big rebuke significant that he is essentially breaking with President trump and almost most calling him out directly saying that the whistle blower should be heard and protected grassley out with a statement this afternoon saying in part quote. No one should be making judgment or pronouncements without hearing from the whistle blower I and carefully following the facts uninformed speculation wielded by politicians or media commentators. Here's as a partisan weapon is counterproductive and doesn't serve the country. Grassley is the chambers senior most Republicans someone who has worked on whistle blower protection laws for years so certainly significant words in stinging words absolutely directed and President Trump's drug addiction tight even though he does not name president trump by name in a statement brands definitely clear as you say Sunlen. Thank

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"bussey" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

The Influencer Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

"Welcome to influence your insights. I'm your host Julie. Salamon a marketing strategist brand building expert Speaker in New York Times bestselling publicists in this ten minute training series. I answered your most asked questions and sought after advice about logging online branding and influence her growth with step-by-step strategies outages you can take action on right away hi and welcome back to influence our insights. We have another amazing listener. QNA Today and we are with our listener April Bussey is at Bussey Bussey Bussey. I got it right. It is so great to have you today. I cannot wait to hear your question. Thank thank you for having me of course so okay so my question mainly was about just starting your own business. I'm a college student right now and I want to create my own generational wealth but I can't do that if I don't have money so. My question is in terms of starting your own business. How do you go about getting having drive and passion but not having enough sense to start very small with your own business. Gotcha issued remit. How how do I. How do I do this. When I don't have the money money to do it basically is. What kind of business do you want to do? You want to be in so I really enjoy fashion different different styles and accessories jewelry things like that eventually went to have my own online store to buy into earn things and I don't have the funds to purchase as much as I need okay fine nine times out of ten shopping online beats going to the store. I I mean no one likes sitting in traffic having to park. Get into a place figure all of that out..

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Joe Biden defends record on race after debate with Kamala Harris

All Things Considered

03:46 min | 2 years ago

Joe Biden defends record on race after debate with Kamala Harris

"Vice president joe biden is clarifying his record on civil rights in particular on school busing the political flash point from the nineteen seventies is consuming his campaign today because of what happened during last night's democratic presidential debate on n._b._c. n._p._r. white house correspondent hammer keith explains presidential debates are often all about moments that speak to something larger and that moment came last night when california senator comma harris turned to biden and said this i do not believe you are racist and i agree with you when you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground she was addressing remarks biden made last week about working early in his career with segregationist senators even though he found their views repugnant one thing biden worked with them on was legislation to prevent federally mandated school busing you also worked with them to oppose busing and there was a little girl in california who is part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bused to school every day and that little girl was me this isn't the first time in this relatively short campaign that biden has been faced with something he worked on his long senate career looking very different in the light of twenty nineteen and in a speech today before jesse jackson's rainbow push coalition he sought to clarify his position i heard listened to respect in your harris but you know we're all know that thirty seconds sixty seconds on the campaign debate exchange can't do justice to lifetime committed to civil rights i want to be absolutely clear about my record position i'm racial justice including busing i never never never ever posed voluntary bussey during the debate biden said he was just standing up for local control over busing decisions and was against federal mandates some took that to mean he was standing up for states rights which have at times been used as a shield for policy seen as racist i know you know fault my heart out to insure that civil rights voting rights equal rights are enforced everywhere this rights are not are not up to the states to decide their federal governments do you decide it's a constitutional question to protect the civil rights of every single american and that's always been my position in nineteen seventy five he actually supported a constitutional amendment against court ordered busing the busing where harris grew up he argued was voluntary the fact that school busing is an issue in a democratic primary this year has everything to do with the fact that joe biden is in the race says brian fallon democratic consultant who worked on hillary clinton's campaign he says biden's campaign has made a deliberate choice not to apologize for his past they're basing that approach on the fact that some of his supporters are older will probably appreciate the context of how many years ago this was and that some of the more present day younger voter concerns on racial justice and stuff may not be as acutely felt with the older african american voters that he's most coordin- karen finney who also worked on clinton's campaign says biden did speak to those younger voters and more modern concerns about racial justice in his speech today but that's a speech i would have suggested he give perhaps the second week he was a candidate as a way to get in front of some of this other criticism because he does have legitimate bona fiji's including his eight years as barack obama's vice

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Investigators Looking Into Accusations From R. Kelly Documentary

Rush Limbaugh

05:49 min | 2 years ago

Investigators Looking Into Accusations From R. Kelly Documentary

"Who were involved in that in the pasta spoke to us in two thousand seventeen and we're also involved in this documentary surviving R Kelly as you mentioned this is being going on for many years. Now, they've been allegations about sexual misconduct and sexual abuse involving came, of course, famously he was acquitted a natural pornography case several years ago famously married Leo when she was fifteen years old and this documentary has sort of trust his name back into the headlines again, and also it appears now back into law enforcement attention because yesterday we were able to confirm that. The prosecutor's office in Fulton County, which is in Atlanta has been reaching out to people who appeared in a documentary to try to start guessing and get investigation and the very early stages. It sounds like it'll be a Cook County state's attorney Ennio annoy in Chicago. There has put out a public. Plea information for people to come forward because she said her office has received a ton of information since the documentary, Ed and that they want more anyone else with information to come forward. And she said in particular they've been in touch with two families who believe that they loved ones may be with Kelly so lots of movement here in the last couple of days some of the women that have been allegedly in the sex cult and whatnot. They spoke to outlets TMZ and have said that they're perfectly fine that they're not brainwashed. But the families don't buy that at all. So, yeah, let's talk about this one woman in particular, Joycelyn savage, and she was featured in our story in twenty seventeen or parents Jane team savage, team, savage, folks, bussey news at the time and go to the police fearful that they do. Had become brainwashing. In trapped by this, man. They were the ones whose lawyer I spoke to yesterday who told me he was able to concern that it'd be as office had reached out to start gathering contact information. Joycelyn interesting story, she she met him at a concert with the family. So. Twenty sixteen and was invited with him backstage to begin teaming a music career with him. They exchanged numbers and very soon. She lifted family a family say she cut off contact with them after this happened. She went from being a normal relationship to cutting off all contact and op drop story came out. You may remember she appeared into videos that will lead to TMZ which have publicly came forward and told everyone to stop worrying about her that she was fine. But at the time father said he wasn't happy with the video that she released. He said that it was clear, she wasn't herself. She was being controlled. It was even evidence. He said that there was a shadow in the room that was moving across the indicating that someone else Kelly was in the room as she was recording that video so she's very much central to this whole story is a little bit about how our Kelly has been able to skirt a lot of this criticism for so long. I mean, he's a legend in the R&_B world. I mean, there's countless songs that people love and a lot of people are put in this weird position. Now is like, hey, I'm still a fan of R Kelly. Music. But now they're being confronted with all this stuff all over again. There's radio stations that have pulled his music catalog from their stations lady Gaga's facing pressure to confirm R Kelly because she did a song with him in two thousand thirteen what's going on with all of this. Also, I think that question could be asked to be fairly about any of the powerful men that we've seen in entertainment over the last year and a half get exposed allegations come out against them really to be honest story landed in July twenty seventeen it was by Jim deroga-, Chicago reporter contributed to. Remember that was a few months before the Weinstein story exposes began the kind of metoo movement that we see that we've seen since then where that's very public reckoning. I think it's fair to say with hottest and celebrities and actors and producers and writers and the works that they produce people have thinking about them a lot differently than perhaps they were a few years ago. So if you ask, you know, how did he get away with it for all these years? How did he kind of enjoyable for OBT is I think you have to be recognized the last year and a half has reshaped. The public consciousness in a way that we haven't seen in use before. And I certainly think there is a movement now since that time to movement in the metoo movement to look at our Kelly differently. There is the mute Kelly campaign that's going around now where people are trying to convince radio station than Swee streaming platforms to stop playing music, and you're seeing arguably more success with some of those now, I know I have a reporter speaking to some radio details around the country telling him that they have sort of a silently publicly still playing music. So I think it's going to be interesting to see with this documentary in the public exposure that it's generating just what the reaction will be now compared to what it was just a couple of years ago. But also, you know, as many as you said sort of ten to twenty who goes, well, David MAC, deputy director for breaking news at BuzzFeed news. Thank you very much for joining us. My pleasure.

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"bussey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So my name is blessed, and I'm a Muslim great fan of yours discussions and all these things. I'm glad to hear it. I glad to hear it. And what is on your mind? The only thing is that I'm a Muslim, and I can't be Muslim. I'm not a Jew and not a Christian. And I I celebrate Christmas. That's my second religious and the weight you said, you could not be a Muslim without Jews or Christians. Is that what you're saying? That's what I'm saying. So I I do not I am a Christian. And then I am a Muslim death. My father. Why why why is that in your teaching? That's not like, they some sexy. I should be. I that you then the Christian and then the mostly because we all why. Because the father of all Mon Mon theistic religions are the Jewish people. Is that what you mean? The autumn in the east and the religion. We follow sir is Abraham. Yes. It's an Abraham MC religion in that sense. And it's a monotheistic religion in that both all three of these great religions all follow the same one. God I understand that. But just for you to say as a Muslim you cannot be a Muslim without Jews. Christians is a fact of history. Why is it that most Muslims don't understand that though? If they are not understand. Wow. And you know, bussey people can easily misinterpret me because they don't know who I am aware. I've been away have associated with, but I have had Muslim friends and Hindu friends in my life in the years that I spent in the Fiji islands, and I've had long and detailed all night discussions about the meaning of life of the meaning of the afterlife with them. Thank you so much for listening to the show. It means a lot to me. That brings us up to a forty. Well, I can't give you the time because it's different even though it's a different our, but diminish change, according to the broadcast schedules..

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"bussey" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Just whatever the Kentucky's in jail. I was stealing from solely in a retirement home. And I'm on the stand like, yeah. Do it again. Sully is going to be getting that that nursing nursing home top that we saw oh Andrea percent. He names drop that he's solely Solan burger in like he's immediately getting all the time. Gums, only, please. I'm an I'm an American hero. Take your dentures out. Favorite favorite moment from our hundred episodes. I don't put putting everyone on the spot. What's your what's your favorite moment? The hardest. I I've ever laughed. Honestly, the hardest ever laugh is when we I pull when we pulled up the picture of grew on Ellen. But the blacklist sub read it might have been my favorite the hardest was definitely group. At the blacklist sub read. It was probably my favorite moment, we discovered that fucking thing. Yeah. Now, those are two good moments. I'd like to win Kim Jack couldn't count. Oh, man that was so good. That was funny. That was good. That was good radio. And I like doing the buddy pound skits too. I think the hardest of ever heard troll f was either Tom Cruise's bussey. He number one in the number two was the me jerking off to Alba in deep Lucy. Whatever that would. Fucking fried laughing. But. So I think for me, it's either Tom Cruise bussey me forgetting count or black suburb. I think that might be it to consistently long left. I could not stop laughing. It was finding things experiments enough vote for red. I'm pretty sure it was on there. I know what for old time sake. Coyly while I'm doing this. What you do what your favorite probably when I I made the right? Realize how bad up one? You did it more like down consistently though, you guys do deserve to be in the hall of fame because consistently people say to their favorite moments. It was when you said not more like not up for like down, or whatever you shit on that. And then when Tyler said opened up with Jimmy cricket for his basketball team, consistently the two most general Jimmy cricket. Yeah. No. Oh, man when when you pick goofy to be your center just because he wanted to get dunked on every game on that's such a good one. I do like the the when megatonne was saying over the. Rambagh? My name is may. Diet Pepsi day. Yeah. It's been it's been a good one hundred. It's a it's a shame. Jeff's going Disney, and he's not going to be able to watch movies ever. Yeah. It's a shame. Well, there actually have been some post recently on the blacklist sub read it nothing. Nothing too. Great one just have Star Wars and reading tin how much money do you think read has fifty million? Livingston perhaps originally the plan for the show listening ten. Guessing reds in that. Debunking rhetoric. Rina's great. That's a great one flat lining. Always made me laugh. Yes. All the flat lining stuff. Flat lining was good. Gosh, we've had fun. But here's I'm gonna end up with here. I'm gonna read somebody compiled a list of the blacklist the actual blacklist list. Oh, God a couple of names here the December. I I remember that one. The corn killer. You had the director the troll farmer. I remember the king-maker. I. Kingmaking acre is a great one. The ending the cake for Mandy. The debt collector. Oh, you collect your debts? The cook. The judge the Stu makers the best stew maker was fucking disgusting. Was one of the ones that I almost watching the show. It was so gross. The Kenyan family that was one. All right. The front dark the maker the travel agency the deer hunter the longevity initiative. Oh, the alchemist. Oh, the good one. Yeah. Yeah. I like that one the informants on watching more hundred eighty four people on the blacklist the beekeeper. Blacklist one sixty one was the stew maker. And then the forecaster the stinger didn't even turn out to you Becca, bad guy. Right. Like, he wasn't actually bad. He was just like an idiot or something. I that's the guy that melted. People in pools. I don't think he actually turned out to be like an actual bag. I mean, it was a different one. No. He was fucking disgusting. He melted people. And he would do it scabs and shit that was that was a lot for network TV. Like, I'm like if that was HBO I'd have been braced for like on NBC like you don't expect stuff like that wasn't gross Lucy..

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"bussey" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Just whatever the Kentucky's in jail. I was stealing from solely in a retirement home. And I'm on the stand like, yeah. Do it again. Sully is going to be getting that that nursing nursing home top that we saw oh Andrea percent. He names drop that he's solely Solan burger in like he's immediately getting all the time. Gums, only, please. I'm an I'm an American hero. Take your dentures out. Favorite favorite moment from our hundred episodes. I don't put putting everyone on the spot. What's your what's your favorite moment? The hardest. I I've ever laughed. Honestly, the hardest ever laugh is when we I pull when we pulled up the picture of grew on Ellen. But the blacklist sub read it might have been my favorite the hardest was definitely group. At the blacklist sub read. It was probably my favorite moment, we discovered that fucking thing. Yeah. Now, those are two good moments. I'd like to win Kim Jack couldn't count. Oh, man that was so good. That was funny. That was good. That was good radio. And I like doing the buddy pound skits too. I think the hardest of ever heard troll f was either Tom Cruise's bussey. He number one in the number two was the me jerking off to Alba in deep Lucy. Whatever that would. Fucking fried laughing. But. So I think for me, it's either Tom Cruise bussey me forgetting count or black suburb. I think that might be it to consistently long left. I could not stop laughing. It was finding things experiments enough vote for red. I'm pretty sure it was on there. I know what for old time sake. Coyly while I'm doing this. What you do what your favorite probably when I I made the right? Realize how bad up one? You did it more like down consistently though, you guys do deserve to be in the hall of fame because consistently people say to their favorite moments. It was when you said not more like not up for like down, or whatever you shit on that. And then when Tyler said opened up with Jimmy cricket for his basketball team, consistently the two most general Jimmy cricket. Yeah. No. Oh, man when when you pick goofy to be your center just because he wanted to get dunked on every game on that's such a good one. I do like the the when megatonne was saying over the. Rambagh? My name is may. Diet Pepsi day. Yeah. It's been it's been a good one hundred. It's a it's a shame. Jeff's going Disney, and he's not going to be able to watch movies ever. Yeah. It's a shame. Well, there actually have been some post recently on the blacklist sub read it nothing. Nothing too. Great one just have Star Wars and reading tin how much money do you think read has fifty million? Livingston perhaps originally the plan for the show listening ten. Guessing reds in that. Debunking rhetoric. Rina's great. That's a great one flat lining. Always made me laugh. Yes. All the flat lining stuff. Flat lining was good. Gosh, we've had fun. But here's I'm gonna end up with here. I'm gonna read somebody compiled a list of the blacklist the actual blacklist list. Oh, God a couple of names here the December. I I remember that one. The corn killer. You had the director the troll farmer. I remember the king-maker. I. Kingmaking acre is a great one. The ending the cake for Mandy. The debt collector. Oh, you collect your debts? The cook. The judge the Stu makers the best stew maker was fucking disgusting. Was one of the ones that I almost watching the show. It was so gross. The Kenyan family that was one. All right. The front dark the maker the travel agency the deer hunter the longevity initiative. Oh, the alchemist. Oh, the good one. Yeah. Yeah. I like that one the informants on watching more hundred eighty four people on the blacklist the beekeeper. Blacklist one sixty one was the stew maker. And then the forecaster the stinger didn't even turn out to you Becca, bad guy. Right. Like, he wasn't actually bad. He was just like an idiot or something. I that's the guy that melted. People in pools. I don't think he actually turned out to be like an actual bag. I mean, it was a different one. No. He was fucking disgusting. He melted people. And he would do it scabs and shit that was that was a lot for network TV. Like, I'm like if that was HBO I'd have been braced for like on NBC like you don't expect stuff like that wasn't gross Lucy..

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"bussey" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"What they with the new new stars from this year? I like all of that together. Any I'm not again, this is probably like saying who is this guy hosting with what Steve this week because he's picking those teams with minus number in front of it. Only know. Yes. But. It's one of those weeks, and I think. I I I take George Galloway got top seven and the poll role at least twelve point favorites. The top six are all favored by fourteen points. More top four are all favored by at least seventeen. I it's one of the. Who's who's the biggest threat to lose out of those teams this week? Got the top four top four. Yep. Yeah. Top four top up six Alabama, minus twenty four against Mississippi State, Clemson minus twenty against bussey. Well, nugget started two thousand sixteen that's two seasons. There have been twenty two games were a team favored by twenty points or more has lost outright. Clemson. Regina tech is done at twice the other team to do it twice as Clemson, right? It's just last time a top twenty team was an underdog. Bigger than this on their home field. Nineteen ninety-six. Arizona state nineteen. Reigning two-time defending national champion Nebraska zero. What I came that was I remember watching that in Knoxville if the same day as Florida Tennessee Werfel Goforth fourth down, I kill you across hill. Anthony, I forget who I think it was all you mill touchdown boom ballgame over later that night was. Never forget being a freshman in college. I think we played at Wisconsin that day. Loon game. Fly back the night. It was a Fox Sports west Nebraska, Arizona state game. And I'll never forget watching that defense that night just completely destroy Scott frost in the Brasco offense and saying to myself we have to play this team. It was Pat Tillman running around. Jake, fright nine are running around pool. Forget it and five automatic that team. So good, and I know people out east and youngsters don't even know log, I love that. God what a team what Tim fun to us on levels where that year incredible incredible team that was that close to Rose Bowl went to overhaul state. Anyway, I do remember that game. And that was destruction. If he could ever do that this week. Holy moly. That would flip things. One other one other note on that like we Kirk last week our show brought up the fact that you've got these teams that are in the top of the rankings are having -sarily felt pressure washing state struggled against Cal hockey lost West Virginia. Eat went out on the road. One. Like, the top five pressure is real you. Go back in the playoff era. Pre-november AP top five teams favored by fourteen points or more. One twenty eight and five in August September and October November forty four and six six losses finan pre-november anymore anymore. So they've been six games in the last. I don't know if I want to ask you, what did you know, what the six games are in the playoff era. We've had a top five team as a fourteen point favorite or more loose, Oregon. Now that was twelve. Yeah. Shoot an owner game was pre-november. Yeah. September Thursday night playoff got. So what does that four years? Fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen November November losses top-five team fourteen point favorite of more man's Ohio State last year at Iowa Louisville and sixteen gosh, it's crazy to think that that team was sixteen point favorite Houston right now when the when they lost. Wow. Two thousand sixteen Michigan Iowa doesn't sixteen Clemson versus pit. That's the one. I was two thousand fifteen Ohio State versus Michigan state fishing rain game feel and then two thousand fourteen Auburn was a twenty three and a half point favorite at home against Dan. Emma lost. Wow. 's your six top five teams lose in that and that moral. So you're saying there's a chance so he wanted to. The all I game day commercials were crazy thing. One of those weekends were crazy things can happen doesn't look like it's one of those weekends. But you never know. All right. Did you give pick? Yes. I gave George somehow. We got from Georgia minus fourteen and a half to that you're up perfect. I'm going to stay in SCC. I'm gonna go to a team that hasn't played a home game since October six that is your Texas. Am aggies haven't played a home game since October six took out undefeated Kentucky that night. They need a home game right about now..

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"bussey" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

13:50 min | 3 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Come on? Here Welcome back I'm your host country and you're listening to. The show and the reason why we keep seeing a lawyer because the other controversy that's been going on this week is about this company over in Chicago called the ele-. Pokey company and apparently they have been sending out cease and desist letters to bookie companies around the, United States including Hawaii about using the word law and the, word, cookie and and, you know A lot of Hawaiians, did not did not take too kindly to this and nor. Should, we you know For us to stop using the word is like for. Us to stop breathing and so we will use that word, daily and brother should be ashamed of himself although he is written an apology and he's saddened by reaction and, apparently we don't, know the full story because apparently he says that we do, not know the full story but you know. Even for, to go out to use that as you know, something that you want to take control of I'm sorry I'll comes. From the. Hot and and, you know if you're a, Hawaiian you, understand any of your wine at heart you understand so you, know for the Aloha pokey company you know try to straighten this. Out because is not good for. You especially when, you serving what we. Consider to be a Hawaiian delicacy and you know it called botchy so you know be careful, about that I want, to share with you Gentlemen, that, I have been a, very very very longtime associated with and also admired His, name is Mr John bussey bussey and. I waited so long to play this song but he's one of my favorite songs here's a little song that, we call, suddenly and he released a so couple, of years ago and I we you know we hope to hear more from. John but here's a little song we, call, suddenly from us here on your show No one Jason james Link Okay Then Nah Also Uh-huh Aw Simone Oh Oh Games Because Your The, star Got sixty You know No Unmovable Again Lit Got a friend Me.

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Reese Witherspoon, Mike Mike D and Matthew Mcconaughey discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:02 min | 3 years ago

Reese Witherspoon, Mike Mike D and Matthew Mcconaughey discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"I was reading a story about macaroni, and cheese the bussey macaroni, and cheese and. A headline I usually click Yeah Seventy one percent of people use a four when eating macaroni and, cheese and I read this and I, go what kind of psychopath will use a spoon the? Macaroni If anyone on this, show us a spoon Makati's your fire. Yeah we'd have. Taught that's what I can't believe over a quarter people use a, spoon MAC and cheese my kids use, spoons but that doesn't camera his dad themselves they're correct Yeah does anyone on this show us. A spur Mike Mike d. Does because it's like? Soupy and the cheese soup so you? Spoon. You it depends on what kind of MacIntosh The Kraft MAC and. Cheese your psycho yes? That's why we call him psycho Mike Quiet Mike Mike, psycho Mike. Also, on the list wrong with you man MAC and cheese is definitely a fork of course. It is soup no someone else different to prepare, your MAC and cheese then, if it's, sue, over, to Morgan number two now speaking crazy young. Kids Actor. Josh Lucas who people may know as. Jake Perry's from sweet home. Alabama shared that he reached out to Reese Witherspoon basically. Asking him to do a sequel since we home. Alabama so, he calls Reese I've been out of work for a long time oh man he hasn't done anything. Since I don't know I'm. Hurting me out Follow up And then. Together, now, yeah yeah I. Watched it did he take your jewelry store and that's the same all the. Diamonds, go yeah that's that's her. Original say that's not who she ended up now No Dr MC dreamy girls didn't know that eight macaroni and. Cheese Okay so? He's saying do, a sequel has he been in, anything recently Morgan number. Two nothing big that people would know. But she's really busy so. I don't know. If it'll have I really wanted to happen. I love Alabama he's like? The? Poor man's Matthew mcconaughey right am I right about him Hey so, they. Went find me in mcconaughey As the same sensibilities. Well, fi really. Enjoyed him in that movie. Yeah me too, I remember watching liking, it but I mean, I, remember thinking other let's just Matthew mcconnahey You, must have been what's, his name Josh Lucas And you feel, good about this yeah. I mean if it happens I will probably cry, it'd be really happy about that by the way Morgan number two tweeted that she. Had tears, of joy and. Rise talking to lunchbox she tweeted it looked. Up there were no, tears in her, eyes watery Do you really need Twenty four year. Olds a dramatic on so that's why I don't like l. like I was sitting right next to you, when you wrote LL you're laughing out. Loud, same same. Star. Yeah hate that yeah Tears of joy what did you. Think, of that. Guy.

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"bussey" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Seven minutes every hour because here's one in tunnel healthiest out helpful this cost the next topic helmsey the the it guy and since he entered the show through bill bubba bussey portal i don't know all the history of hounds issue you have to help me with it significance of this new study well you know rick is i as i say i i did i own point out i pulled away from the hymns got here through my portal because historically that's not a good portal through and so i i didn't want to saddle anybody with that right the the thing is that a from the show helmsey non share a lot of common friends because of our addiction to tennis right and you know healthy i use it in a healthy show status that we are getting out and doing something because if i eat as much as i did and did not play tennis i'd really have a problem but i have heard you know how you'll start here in kind of a marmer campaign we're all familiar with all the time they're asking me how hamdi's working out here i said oh it's been great working good and you know they will usually say well you know we've noticed a little bit of change he started working with you guys really like what i was completely shocked by that and i said well you know he's always been a little a little cocky really and i never knew that other than the fact that he thinks she's best athletes yeah awesome people confuse cocky with swagger and confidence yeah so and they said well he was he was a little cocky before but said he's real cocky now and i said so but how how would you how these friends how would that be cocky lock that and so i i you know all i can imagine is you know how we talk about it is kind of rough around here and everybody gets on you all the time and greg's constantly looking for something wrong with your dress code and speedy you know we all do we all do tough and i go home sometimes and i'm still playing office boys i'll say something to and she'll look at me like you said said okay i'm not rick you can drop that i don't i don't sell piper tiles just because i have a shirt on it looks a certain way oh but you look great and flannel and so you know i can imagine and we all had to it's a learned process that you have to ramp up throttled down you know with your with your banter with your friends because quite frankly most friends that i have if i said to them the things that i say y'all and y'all say to me they wouldn't be my friend right and and scott garage is probably my fault that i didn't warn him about this phenomenon i call ramp up throttled right and and i'm just imagining that he make here the ramped up helmsey out into the world and forget that he needs to throttle so you're saying what we hear we consider nothing the world considers cocky oh yeah going back to the tan i kinda was popping up some of the parents about it and that's kind of what we do is wild price on demand speedy win and announced it i know some y'all grop about everything so let me check ahead of time that's exactly what you would say here i know i know there's going to be fifteen smart aleck remarks but y'all care for the shirt you start out with that you know so hams what what's going on disagree so funny because how never forget the first time gagging the first time that i was introduced to my now wife a good friend of mine told her said look i really think y'all should go out but i gotta tell you he's pretty arrogant and cocky oh my god that was the first thing this has been following me for years i've been around so many arrogant cocky people you didn't even make knows i starting to believe especially after last week that this may be god's way of bringing sky grassi into my life probably something i need to work he'll he's calling the cockiness a little bit now the guys that are are telling bubba this nice choice awards i know he want to use other words i i did i did the ones that are telling they certain guys they just hating i'd like to i mean i wish that i.

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"bussey" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Yeah and even even if you do teaching it to put drums was the drums there actually is a reason for it that's what i'm talking about with the tones and everything many say thing is you will you will laugh at this man you will smile it's going there's so many things that happened where it fits the keeping of being goofy with something being silly are being even har film it's like stick to what you create stick to your tone that you put that out there if you do that you can get away with a lot of things that you normally question like i said we will look man we we watching get out it wasn't too room that would be that would be stupid but with this it's okay and here's the other thing man it's the direction in this movie with the special effects is great you know one of the things that happened with the first ant man is that it was they do here is like there's lot there's a rise above a lot of special effects in comedies and action comedies and action films period because it's not that the effects necessarily better is that the effects actually do serve a purpose every time other than just trying to have spectacle explosions or something like that when you watch this they get really creative with the special effects you know when you when you look at this is mitt to make you live and that's what it does a lot of this make you live and you will laugh at the dumbest things in this because just because things aren't normal size you're gonna laugh at it because they do make chance of again that goofy tone listen you know you see a giant hello kitty used as a weapon yeah appears dispense a hello kitty pass dispenser that is funny when you have a john hello kitty that's about to kill a man if you get killed by john hello kitty that's funny okay how grotesque tragic it is martin bussey you get killed by hello kitty i'm laughing one.

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"bussey" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"I don't know and well and they're not they don't have little ones yet you know they're just they're just starting in their meeting season so i guess that's when just like with deer season right we get them right when during the rut so basically the same you know we well the rut for deer is in the fall so this turkeys maintenance bringing are getting them right during mating season and it's just like with fish you always wanna get them when there on the bed you know for the most part i mean that's fast the wall i run you know so that's always a funny term when somebody calls and say hey the blue gill or on the bed you're like what let's go lender some you know there's of course the pressure up here northern illinois is so great on these waters that a lot of i think years ago i remember reading the cook county forest preserves some of the more popular lakes believe they will it was a million and a half men hours it's how they phrase it perico distance depressurize whereas if you go up to northern wisconsin three man hours per acre is alive oh the same what's a deer forest preserves down here i remember we did participate in the jewish study years ago and bussey woods because there were so many car accident some people say well there were people shrubs so they got angry car wrecks you get some sweet four car wrecks every day because you're just running chase especially during the run and and there was barely any force left i mean you could look into the woods at bussey woodson i mean you could you could see forever because if they could reach it it's been you know have to fan out and go into people's yards and crossed the highway so and i remember they did in yesterday it was the two hundred seven deer per square mile bus she was whereas if you're going into the northwards one two three deer per square mile is heavy heard i talked to a friend of mine he's the eighteen year coming to the cheaters this winter and that the talks.

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"bussey" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on Small Doses

"Just like checking myself like the yo you played of and i sat my crew down at the time and i apologize because i've been slacking on my opinion and i can't expect how to be on point if i'm not point and i'm i'm aware of that and i'm going to do better and our hope that you all you know follow suit and everything got back on point but as a boss i had to step outside of my own inflated position in my company and see how the fuck i do better for my company and encourage them to wanna do better in the company and that was a real like that's one of the moments where it's like put your pride saw i made the conscious choice not to be bussey and that was the most boss bitch thing i could do are you sitting around looking at your apartment like what are we doing is somewhere so much cooler that we could be right now but how can we make it happen i'm italian get on a get off your phone or get on the internet and go to trip in dot com one search lets you compare every home from the world's top ak rental sites and one place to find the best deal for your perfect vacation rental y'all think outside the box it's not about just saying in a hotel there's just different ways experienced different places and sometimes staying in a home is actually the most ill or way.

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"bussey" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"So it's museums but busing but bussey means away as it can kayla perceptions union love la la enos howick is looking knows how it gets look like antolin is pregnant at the levels jose yes ause i know yes this back germany.

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"bussey" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Why register's entertainment talk radio he's politics all the time he's you know he's throwing in his politics all the time he interviewed trump what's his face is bubba bussey said the nra is not the problem with the gun violence in the shootings people who differ from him he's in all of his ignorance he's a he's a disaster well i mean i mean to when you know when he's just doing his good boy stop but you know he's he doesn't he doesn't know half of what he thinks he knows about the bible and as the son of a baptist minister myself i've seen how these i just don't have why it's relevant right now to talk about them i mean what i don't understand why we're the relevance is coming in with tomi and then bubbling rick but they support they support this whole mess you know they didn't know judge frank johnson judge frank johnson johnson noise yourself now i don't know who is it was one of the greatest debris the alabama on the twentieth century according to how arranged a graduate of the university of alabama who does know his rear from a hole in the ground okay okay so the james you know that song in your dad's tom i guess says x you know that song the james comey you're you're saying you want to go on record and say james comey is an upstanding american citizen and you think that trump is in the line with these corrupt politicians i want to go to barnes and noble is you know you know where barnes and noble is asking for how democracies die they'll find your copy you read that i'm going gonna push back on you here 'cause i'm pretty sure democracies die when the director of the fbi fails to follow basic protocol like he did with hillary honors program at the university of alabama and have a conversation with him about how democracy program didn't call into w y e pons draw you called in so we're going.

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"bussey" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

HANNAHLYZE THIS

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"bussey" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

"Okay i'll go first because i'm bussey here's my shocking fact and this pertains to the united states of america only twenty four states and the district of columbia mandate sex education that means only in twenty four states and the district of columbia public schools is sex education mandated and then the rest don't have to talk about it at all oh and then beyond that what kind of sex education do they do decide within each state like well yes they can because only thirteen states require that the instructions in sex education be medically accurate tell me that's shocking that's really shocking shocking super shaq medically accurate education if it's not accurate you know you make a compelling point too lay it on me what's your shocking okay my shocking fact is three in ten american teen girls will get pregnant at least once before he's twenty oh seven hundred and fifty thousand teen pregnancies each year oh my god isn't that crazy the united states that's one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in the western industrialized world i thought we had the highest teen pregnancy rate you know we maybe we do definitely the top five why we can't even teach our children how to not get pregnant how can we expect them to make responsible decisions the attorney into angry as facts okay here's another fact that i will tell you again of the twenty four only eighteen states in the district of columbia require that information on contraception be provided which means that they can teach you about sex but they can't teach you how to not have a baby if you're having heterosexual penetrative bubble boss x penis vagina sex men milk.

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