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"cassie" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

The Christian O’Connell Show

06:21 min | 23 hrs ago

"cassie" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

"But Christian O'Connell show podcast. The current person then you've got the billboard yesterday is a lovely woman called Cassie and we loved her yesterday. Her current message is. I'm a 47 year old smiley woman. You're a 40 something smiley man looking for a dinner date. Cassie's back on the show. Welcome back Cassie. Thank you, hello. Well, I don't know what the last 24 hours has been like, but you've been the talk of the town. We've had lots of possible suitors, contacting the show. Well, that's promising as long as they're not the night timelines. That's okay. We've cleaned up the gentleman. We've given them a dusting off. We have three possible contenders to have a date with you. Oh, that will start. Shouldn't we? All right, this festival, that's me. This guy contender number one. Thank you, Christian. Let's meet bachelor number one. Hi, my name's dorm. I'm 42 years old. I'm a country boy and it really easygoing guy. I've been focused on work a lot lately, but this will be the perfect escape. My perfect day to be to get out for some good food and some good times. My perfect Saturday night would be kicking back, watching a movie, having a few drinks. I don't have any kids, but if she's got them, that's fantastic. I'm a pretty aggregate, and that's what I look for in a partner. So I test, interested in catching up, hanging out down on the anxiety few up. That's normal. What vibes you getting from normie sounds a lovely friendly fella. You don't sound very, very friendly. So in 42, 42 now children. So yeah, he sounds quite nice. There's some more sweets in this milk bar. Don't just go for the first one. Meet Terry. Thank you, Christian. Thank you. Here's bachelor number two. Hi, my name's Harry. I'm 48 years old. I love to get a church on a Sunday and keep back these. My favorite food would have to be Kavanaugh, more perfect audio type will be a noise romantic design and walk on the page. And the one thing I'm looking for in a partner is honestly. Perfect Saturday night for me will be moving on with popcorn. Cassie, I would love to ask you out on a date. So please give me the opportunity. That's Terry. What a vibes you're getting from Terry again, lovely guy. I like Kavanaugh too. It's one of my favorites. If you come back. I walk in The Rain. There you go to heavy pasta dish. Back on the couch watching music and eating carbonara. Romantic. All right, all right, one last one, though. Timbo. Thank you, Christian. Until a number three say hello. Hi, my name's Tim, I'm a hydroponic leaders farmer and I'm 40 years old. My interests include gaming. I'm pretty average, but I like playing. I like to think my best asset is that I'm funny. My favorite food would be pasta if I was to take you out on a perfect date and be dinner in a movie. When I meet someone, I believe beauty is on the inside and I'd like to have a good time with them. Cassie, how are you? I'd love to take you on a date. It's a little bit weird and different, but I'm sure we'll have a great time. All right, Cassie, that's your third and final suitor there. So Tim, what do you get from Tim? The gaming I'm not driving myself. I don't really get the gaming, but he sounds very nice, but I'm gaming. The big pasta lover as well, but not specific to broad. I like pasta with pasta. This is past, but it wasn't very specific for the Kavanaugh, was it? No, no, no. All right, so what we go to all those guys there, norm, Terry and Tim, we just heard from. We've also asked them and you can pick which one you'd like to go back to. If they were an animal, what animal would they be and why? Who would you like to go back to you can pick two guys to go back to? Can we say no? Let's go back to norm. Find out what animal norm would be. If I was an animal I'd be aligned. Because I'm pretty laid back. I love line in the sun and I love a little bit of meat at an American barbecue. There we go. That's just meat. Okay, which other one cherry or chin, would you like to find out what animal they would be? We'll say Tim. If I was an animal, I'd be Alison. Because I'm too pretty much most of the time. But if I needed to protect my hood, I would. Go to alpha predator are they? Whatever you do, kids don't ever vote. I don't know. Tiger, no, no, no, no. They get that trunk and squirt you with all that water. Oh, that's gonna hurt. If you try a snatch your baby elephant, or the mama. Yeah, they are protective. All right, we then asked all the guys if they could be a piece of furniture. What piece of furniture would they be? Who would you like to go back to to find out what power furniture they would be? All right, let's find out. Cause a piece of furniture would be a chair because I can go anywhere and I love supporting people. Yeah, anyway, Terry. Terry chair. Ikea starts selling the Terry chair with an eye, instead of a wide. Do you take your chair everywhere? Not really. You expect if you go to a restaurant. BYO doesn't mean booze and chair. All right, who else would you like to find out? Norm or Tim, what's a piece of furniture they would be? Well, there was norm. All right, let's go back to norm. If I were to take the furniture, I'd be in outdoor setting. Because it has never boring meal at an outdoor setting. And I get to line the sun all day. And I feel it always a lot of the party. Interesting that the guys are all going for some version of a seating thing. And also to pull an apple sitting the life of the party. It's a very light. How is it going around at cars yesterday? Those new outdoor settings are going to have to get their phone number. I want to hook up again. All right, so decision time, Cassie, who would you like to have the date with next Tuesday? Valentine's Day during the show. But Christian O'Connell show.

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"cassie" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"cassie" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"I love karaoke so much fun. That's my favorite sport. But I was trained as a professional singer growing up, and I competed. And what I feel singing brings to my life. And I believe everyone can learn how to use their voice. Actually, biologically, and activates your vagus nerve. So it provides an internal massage. And so when you sing, it doesn't matter if it's good. It doesn't matter how it sounds. There's so much judgment we put on our voices. But when you say you're actually massaging Las Vegas nerve, which is very calming to your energy system. You're opening up your throat. Quite literally. And letting words flow through you. And music carries such an important vibration and different frequencies of music we found out with science will affect our mood. I mean, you know, when you put on a feel good song, you're whole vibe changes, right? So singing it is actually taking it into your body. And so one of the things I learned as a singer and for anyone here who wants to be a better singer in the car or singer when you put in the shower in the shower or if you're cooking dinner and you put some music on. A lot of us when we don't know how to sing, we just shoot the sound right out of our mouth. But really the secret to singing is you're actually singing from the bottom of your bottom of yourself, like your bottom of your gut, and you're actually moving the sound all the way up. You're using the fullness of your body, your breathing from your diaphragm, down to the center of your belly, and then bringing that breath all the way forward. And so the sound comes out a little softer and a little rounder when you breathe deeper and deeper and deeper. I love that. That's beautiful. Well, aren't you an amazing lady? This is so delightful. Thank you so much, Casey, was joining me today and joining us in this woman's empowerment. Here is thank you everyone for your beautiful comments and for being with us all the ladies Cynthia zahra Leila on Kate, so delightful if you're watching us on replay, we're going to drop also the link for your book Cassie so that whoever wants to really find their worry in the book because they will and thank you so much for coming. My absolute pleasure. Thank you so much for having me. It was a true joy. And thank you everyone for being on the call today. Thank you. Bye bye everyone. Bye bye.

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"cassie" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"cassie" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"All right, so we are live and I welcome everyone to the women's empowerment series. This is episodes 30 6. So I'm so excited to welcome kasia who's connecting all the way from California to be with us today. The woman apartment series is a series where we showcase and we present different women leaders who are doing amazing work impacting people's life and changing people's lives so that they can inspire and share this story and also give some nuggets or some advice about what they do. So welcome Cassie. Such an honor. Thank you so much for having me and super excited for this conversation this morning. We are evening Dubai section or evening as well, but hey, it's morning for you in California. It's so nice. So I'm going to let you hi Miriam so some people, if you're joining us, let us know where you connect in from. I would love to welcome you and if you're watching us on replay, the hashtag replay. And if you have any questions for Cassie or for myself, we'd love to answer to all of that. So welcome, Miriam. I saw this beautiful faces joining us. And I would like to let you introduce yourself, Cassie, tell us what you do and what you work in on. Absolutely. Well, thank you so much for having me. And women's economic empowerment is something very near and dear to my heart. So I left the corporate space three years ago. It's actually the anniversary this week. Congratulations. Thank you. To move away from corporate and start my own business. So super happy to take any questions about what that transition looks like. When I have some women who are like that, Marianne and lubna is joining us. So if you have any questions, this is amazing because a lot of questions that people have is they have this beautiful project, but they don't encourage to kind of step into the entrepreneurship and areas. So congratulations and three years that means you do in great. So well done. Thank you. Thank you so much. Like any journey, their cycles. And so there's ups, there's downs,

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One Bright Light in This Midterm Landscape

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:29 min | 3 months ago

One Bright Light in This Midterm Landscape

"There are not a lot of bright lights and this midterm landscape. But one of them, surely, is the steady movement of Latinos toward the GOP. Now, this is not a movement that has been completed. It is a movement that is underway. If you look, for example, at Florida, heavy Latino vote for desantis and interestingly, he seems to have won Latinos kind of across the board. With Greg Abbott in Texas, the results a little bit more mixed, but Abbott got a decent share of the Latino vote. If you look at the Rio Grande valley a special interest of W's and mine because Debbie grew up there, we had three Latina Republicans running Cassie Garcia and Myra Flores, who was in Debbie's own district where her mom lives. And then Monica de la Cruz. So normally one of them, Monica, dela Cruz won. But the other two actually came really close. Cassie Garcia was edged out by the way by a fairly conservative Democrat cuellar. Is that the guy's name Henry, Henry cuellar, and Myra Flores, I mean, this is a district that used to go easily 60 40, 20 point difference or more. Even more. And Myra got what, 43 or 44. And so the other guy, so does that still a ten point gap, but the point is the gap is narrowing.

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Dinesh and Debbie Dissect the South Texas Elections

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:26 min | 3 months ago

Dinesh and Debbie Dissect the South Texas Elections

"Let's talk about some of the South Texas races because I think that Republicans overall appear to have gotten 38 to 40% of the Hispanic vote over all, and that's huge because that bodes very well for Florida for Texas. It actually begins to shift the politics of California if it stretches over there. Let's talk about, I mean, we were disappointed, of course, that Myra Flores lost, there was a kind of troika Myra Flores, Cassie Garcia, Monica de la Cruz, but we didn't we didn't lose all three of those races. Yes. No, Monica de la Cruz, she won her race 80,000 votes versus 67,000 votes for Michelle Vallejo, the Democrat, so she definitely made some headway there and very, very happy about that. But with mine of Florida's, I think we should encourage Myra to maybe run again in 24 because, you know, she really only came within 10,000 votes of Vicente Gonzalez. And that is huge in the valley. What people don't understand is that in the valley, the Democrats have been an institution for over a 150 years. So the fact that Republicans are even competitive as competitive as they have been, is huge.

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Cassy Garcia: First Thing to Do Is Defund 87,000 IRS Agents

The Dan Bongino Show

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Cassy Garcia: First Thing to Do Is Defund 87,000 IRS Agents

"On when you get up to Congress what you're going to get done Oh we are going to defund the 87,000 IRS agents Yes the first thing we are going to do Dan I'm sorry but we have to get done Yes Yes There you're right That's got to be priority number one They are clearly targeting where the money is which is middle class voters also Cassie we got to get something done on this border Nobody knows better than you down in South Texas We got to get something done Yeah we got to get rid of major orcas Cassie Garcia good luck out there Thanks for giving us a call on a quick update And we love to have you back when your congresswoman elect all right Thank you so much Dan Let's do the slip the seat Appreciate your help and support my friend

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Cassy Garcia Predicts a Red Wave in South Texas

The Dan Bongino Show

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Cassy Garcia Predicts a Red Wave in South Texas

"So we got a special caller calling in for a quick update What's going on in some of these southern Texas races Cassie Garcia Welcome back to the show Hi Ken I'm so excited to be on with you today on election day Well I'm a little short on time in this segment but you're out there now election day is always a bellwether I loved it I know I used to go out to the polls and love to wave to people here We're going to you can get a real feel for how the day is going to go I saw a ton of like NRA orange cards and stuff I'm going to vote for you on game day What are you hearing out there How are you feeling about this I'm feeling so good I'm hitting all the poll sites and I'm seeing runway signs and cassian voted for you We need to save our country or district and I'm just overwhelmed with excitement right now from the people on the ground right now They are ready for a change and they are ready for a change And I think we are going to see the red wave tonight here in South Texas

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Latina GOP House Candidate Cassy Garcia Calls Into the Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Latina GOP House Candidate Cassy Garcia Calls Into the Show

"It's a very interesting story unfolding in southern Texas. Rio Grande valley, there are three Latina conservatives that are running for office and one of them joins us right now. It's Cassie Garcia running for Congress in district 28, and she has a very important story to share about how her opponent has accepted cartel money, Cassie joins us right now. Cassie, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Bye Charlie, this is Cassie, I'm so honored to be with you on today as we're 7 days away. From election night. Yes, we are. And I feel like it's going to be a very, very good night. So tell us about your opponent and the story that he's accepting cartel money yeah, so, you know, Henry cuellar, as everyone knows, is a beloved Democrat love by Republicans, but then today he's a Democrat. He's been in office for 18 years, but he's been serving in public services 19 87. Since I've been in kindergarten and now he has accepted he accepted years ago bribes money from a wife of a cartel member. And people should find his I'm deeply disturbed by this. And I think the people of district 28 should be disturbed by this report. And first of all, a congressman should never accept campaign contributions from many from, especially from Rosetta, it's one of the worst deadliest drug cartels on our southwest border. And you know what? It's also shelving powder because right now he's under a criminal investigation for corruption as well.

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Will the Red Wave Reach New England?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Will the Red Wave Reach New England?

"York is a very interesting race. Cassie hulk came out this weekend and said, she's the underdog in the race. And her entire campaign and the Democrats message is that Republicans are conspiracy theorists. Even though it was Democrats that said that Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation, they said that the virus came from a bat at a wet market. They said the vaccines will prevent transmission. They said we must lock down schools to prevent children from themselves. They called Donald Trump a Russian agent. They have been the conspiracy theorists. Play cut two. They have this conspiracy going all across America to try and convince people that in democratic states are not as safe. Well, guess what? They're also not only election deniers. They're data deniers. The data shows that shootings and murders are down in our state by 15% even in New York City down 20% on Long Island will leave Zelda comes from. And it's a Republican states where they have almost no restrictions on guns because of the abundance of guns people are killing each other with more frequency. The safer places are the democratic states. Even though she cherry picks one piece of data arson robbery rape, assault, trespassing all up. I think that there is going to be a northeast wave. I think the northeast part of America, for all of our patriots watching and Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and yes, New Hampshire are going to rise up and shock the world. I think New Hampshire is prime for a realignment

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Rep. Chip Roy: Hispanics Are Tired of Being Taken for Granted

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Chip Roy: Hispanics Are Tired of Being Taken for Granted

"Showing Hispanic voters we are your home the home of liberty freedom That is you here hard work This is a hardworking God fearing community Are you seeing it now on the border you think that Myra Flores Cassie Garcia races Do you think we're in decent shape down there now that a lot of Hispanic voters have found a home on the liberty and freedom side of the aisle I think there's a very good chance that we could win all three of those races I don't know for sure write a couple of them are going to be close But there's a good chance And the reason is simple The people in South Texas heavily Hispanic it's to mix but heavily Hispanic are tired of being taken for granted They're tired of a Democratic Party that is more interested in race baiting than they are in actually trying to stand up and defend the country and create an environment where you can achieve the American Dream through hard work and they've been put into a place Hispanics in South Texas by the Democratic Party As a essentially a pawn in the political tools of the left And they're tired of it I can promise you I've talked to them When I go down to South Texas which I do regularly And I rate at this administration for empowering cartels for allowing individuals to die Kids to die from fentanyl I had four in the county I represent four who have died in the last two months in the schools 8 that had to be resuscitated with Narcan There's a direct consequence to all of this And I believe that there is a changing tide And that Hispanic Americans are tired of being taken for granted And it's a new era in the American political scene

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Rep. Chip Roy: Hispanics Are Flocking to Republicans

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Chip Roy: Hispanics Are Flocking to Republicans

"Covered in my first hour How I've run for office I lost you one I didn't get it done Couldn't cross the finish line But you know when you run a couple of times you get the process kind of down and you see a lot of things other people don't get to see him I have not seen an electoral environment turn in the Republicans favor Like this since the Tea Party And I think what's about to happen in 12 days congressman I think it could be I want to get ahead of my skis here but I think it could be worse They're panicking over D plus 12 D plus 13 districts The Democrats Well you're exactly right I mean I think you can look at a couple of the bellwether races and you can see what's going on right The race is down in South Texas or a perfect example where you've got three Hispanic women running one of them is my dear friend Cassie Garcia Running against guys like Henry cuellar who am I like It's a friend of mine but still supports Nancy Pelosi and a radical left And Cathy's running on a strong border security message She's married to a border patrol agent She's strong on border security not afraid to talk about it And Hispanics are flocking in that direction If you look at Northern Virginia and you look at jasla Vega against Abigail bamberger another one where Abigail she's a friend of mine I've worked with her on Bing But again she supports Nancy Pelosi And what you have there is she's running abortion ads I mean they're so out of touch And so out of step with where the average American is right now in terms of what the impact is on their families with respect to inflation with respect to energy costs with respect to crime with respect to what's happening with fentanyl in our community And they're just way out of touch and that radical left is just getting I think that's going to shine on election day and I think it's going to be a big night for the GOP

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Republican Women, Dreaming in Color

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 4 months ago

Republican Women, Dreaming in Color

"Kevin, one of the things that you have done that is so impressive is the number of women and people of color that you have recruited and women of color that you have recruited to run around the country. And I took a lot of your house candidates to the border in August. It was really hot. Next time I'm going to choose a different month to go to the border. But I have been so impressed with women like Jennifer Ruth green in Indiana one. Myra Flores Cassie Garcia. Tell me, how did you get so many amazing women in this cycle to run for office? You know, I give them all the credit that they're really, they watched a country change before their eyes and they said they would do nothing. I try to encourage am I trying to help them engage even in primaries to help them. Just yesterday I was with a couple of those stars that I think one was really Jin kings in Virginia. She's great. A navy helicopter veteran, her husband flies at F three F-18. She's a nurse practitioner. She's a state senator. She is so impressive. And Leslie Vega last night, I was with as well. Here she would be the first el salvadorian elected to Congress. But you look at my floor as you talked about. The first Mexican born woman ever elected to Congress in a seat that's 84% Hispanic that Republicans haven't had in a hundred years. She's got a stronger message than you look at Monica de la Cruz, taffy right there. We could actually have not beforehand we had never elected a Republican Latina from Texas, but elect three this trio is just amazing and so strong. But you brought up Jennifer Ruth green. I was just with her last week. An air force academy graduate just impressive Democrats didn't even think the seat was competitive. She is in the game in Indiana and just really the future of what you're looking at.

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Leaving Your Cell Phone in the Fridge

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 4 months ago

Leaving Your Cell Phone in the Fridge

"Of all, I thought mister Patterson would not be returning at all to any future books. I thought we'd eliminated mister Patterson. But I find that some of Dwayne's habit Dwayne frequently leaves his cell phone in the refrigerator. That is a habit that Dwayne is actually, where did you come? Who do you know that leaves their cell phone in the refrigerator like Dwayne? Other than Dwayne? I think I might have heard maybe you did that at some point. I don't know. That was Dwayne and so secondly, we've got a Missy like character developing in Cassie's life. It's her mother, not her mother in law. Is she gonna be a fixture? Yes, and she has been since the very first book. Her mother in law and Cassie have absolute opposite worldviews and her mother swans around their house watching MSNBC and her calf Dan and railing at the world and it's a good contrast. Like Missy in the Joe picket books, Cassie's mother's there just to increase the tension and annoy her to no end. No,

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Villains and Identity Theft

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | 4 months ago

Villains and Identity Theft

"Are two great storylines to this book. The other one concerns fraud and I'm going to, I don't want to give away any details because it's so well plotted. I mean, it's very well plotted, but I know people who have been victim of false identity men coming into their life. I mean, completely, they've got to a file. They've created a persona. They get the details down and your bad guy, your villain is really good at this, CJ. Was this inspired by your collision with a real-life villain or did you just read about a real-life villain? I read about it and I listened to a few podcasts about there's a lot of them out there. Like I said, a lot of downtime. So I was listening to some true crime podcast. And some of them followed this kind of story where, you know, very, very smart, sophisticated women were taken in by certain con men who were able to get their entire fortune and then vanished. And in this case, a woman calls Cassie, gives her a case where this man had gone with $7 million of her fortune, and then banning. And the woman had heard him mention several times growing up in Montana. So she thought maybe he's there. The woman hires cafe, we can try to find him.

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C.J. Box on His Forthcoming Book "Treasure State"

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

C.J. Box on His Forthcoming Book "Treasure State"

"If you watch big sky, you know that music Cassie duel was the star of big sky she's also now the heroine of CJ box's brand new bestseller treasure state. CJ box returns in the Yugoslavia CJ. How are you? Hi, good morning, Hugh. Thank you for having me back. It's been a long time now. Tell people about your adventures since you were last here live. You turned out a lot of books for an unusual reason. Well, yeah, it's because I had a big injury this last summer, a foot injury. I poured hot grease all over my right foot. And a grilling accident that the reminded me of a huge Hewitt story would actually happen. And I spent the whole summer getting surgeries and skin grafts and finally I'm recovered. I just finished the book tour for interstate and with fishing in the river yesterday standing on rock. So all is good. I am glad to

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Nicole Malliotakis: Every Problem in NYC Was Brought by Democrats

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 4 months ago

Nicole Malliotakis: Every Problem in NYC Was Brought by Democrats

"The city's being led by idiots Is it salvageable Well you're absolutely right that every problem that we're experiencing right now at the city state and federal level has been brought to us by one party Democrat rule whether it's Cassie hulk was ridiculous bailout that she refuses to fix whether it be Eric Adams now with the migrant crisis which by the way you should be telling Joe Biden He should be joining our calls to secure the border and reinstate the policies of president Trump at 7 the flow It actually made sense It was working And on the federal level you know what they're trying to do to try to bring all those New York City policies to the federal level We stopped them They tried to bring the anti police measures The stripping qualified immunity and taking away resources They tried to do that When we stopped them they tried to use taxpayer money to fund political campaigns and ban voter ID laws We were able to stop that too Packing the Supreme Court which was a creation of Jerry Nadler Actually it was a creation of Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela Destroyed the richest country in South America We were able to stop that too thankfully Now if we take back the house and restore some balance I think we would see a lot more leverage to stop Joe Biden reinstate some of these policies that we're working at our border finish the walls Things like that but and that's why my feet so important because we flip this seat two years ago we must hold on to it in order to take back the house And people that want to have are interested in learning more Please go to Nicole for NY dot com because we need every single seat that we won two years ago and we need to make sure that we win the remaining heat necessary So we at least have some type of balance in Washington

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Cassy Garcia: Blue States Want Red States to Pay for Illegal Migrants

The Dan Bongino Show

01:10 min | 5 months ago

Cassy Garcia: Blue States Want Red States to Pay for Illegal Migrants

"So given that you're running in an area that's been deeply impacted by the massive flow of illegal immigrants into the country I thought you'd be the perfect person to get your thoughts on this whole thing about Martha's Vineyard My take on a Cassie is it's not hypocrisy It's not If the liberals viewed it as hypocrisy then they would change it To them it's hierarchy They don't really care about illegal immigrants Cassie they never did It's where in power you're not If we can make immigration work for us we'll do it And if we can't we won't We really don't care what you They don't care about illegal immigrants as my point You're asking right And I'll tell you this as a wife a border patrol agent and someone who has lived in South Texas for 37 years I've never seen the border situation this bad Governor Ron desantis raises a very important point blue states are the ones pushing for open border policies but then they want red states to pay for their virtue of signaling That's not the way it works You know it's easy for woke elites to be indifferent about open borders in the comfort of Tribeca while place like evil paths more and others are overwhelmed It's our hospitals our kids schools and our police departments that are feeling the pain

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Liz Cheney: How Do We Call Ourselves a Nation of Laws?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 6 months ago

Liz Cheney: How Do We Call Ourselves a Nation of Laws?

"Literally said that. In this scene, this CNN CNN conversation was stunning. Listen to what she said to Cassie hunt over at CNN about prosecuting Trump for January 6th. Some have expressed concern that prosecuting former president Trump would turn him into a martyr and potentially add to his political strength with a base that's follows him pretty rapidly. Do you share that concern? Do you have any concern that a prosecution would strengthen Donald Trump's political hands? I don't think that it's appropriate to think about it that way because the question for us is, are we a nation of laws? Are we a country where no one is above the law? And what do the facts and the evidence show? And certainly, I've been very clear. I think he's guilty of the most serious dereliction of duty of any president in our nation's history. You've had a federal judge in California. Say that it's more likely than not that he and John eastman committed two crimes. So, you know, I think that we're going to continue to follow the facts. I think the Department of Justice will do that. But they have to make decisions about prosecution, understanding what it means if the facts and the evidence are there, and they decide not to prosecute how do we then call ourselves a nation of laws.

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

"Saw you on newsmax the other night. And you were weighing in on the J 6 panel and you said they've been caught in 8 different lives. What are those lies? Well, they lied about Bernie Carrick's travels. They lied about very loud on the colleague of mine. They lied about the tour he gave to constituents. They lied about Jenna Ellis documents. They lied about Eric hershman, White House lawyer, the light about the note written Cathy Hudgens that she wrote it and there was a person said, no, no, I actually wrote that note. They lied about the Secret Service. We've had Secret Service come forward and say that what she testified to was not accurate. And they lied about me twice, they lied about a text message I had forwarded to The White House chief of staff. They said it was from me, a member of Congress when it wasn't. I had forwarded to him from a respected lawyer former inspector general for Don rumsfeld. And then they also took a video quickly where I was on Fox News talking and I was on Maria bartiromo show and the video clip started off with me saying January 6th is the ultimate data significance in a presidential contest. What they left off was the sentence right before that where I said the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that January 6th is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential context because that's when you actually approve the electors. And that changes the entire context of that statement. So we saw that and then, of course, maybe the most important was when Zoe lofgren I remember the committee said, we don't corroborate witnesses testimony. And they didn't ask pat cipollone when he was deposed if what Cassie Hutchinson said about him was true. And his lawyer reported afterwards that if he had been asked to say it wasn't. So that's 8 different false things we've gotten from this committee. And Todd, we don't get to see the evidence. We don't get to sitting on the depositions. We don't get access to the transcripts of the video, the documents they have. We don't get any chance across examine. And so imagine how many other lives they've told the American people if we've caught him in 8 with that limited amount of ebb and we get to see.

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"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

HASHR8

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

"There aren't a ton of vertically integrated sites where you're like, yeah, they're super distressed and I want that site where that makes sense. It's just going to be ugly for a while. If that's the case, I think that we're in for 18 months really bearish asic prices, which could be good for a lot of people as fiddling. Craig, your take. Yeah, yeah. My take is it's going to be some folks, some folks for the record at these levels are fine. But so I think it's going to depend on some of them have been very public about their plans to get into acquisitions. And there's always going to be financiers that are out there willing to kind of provide acquisition financing and things like that. But to Cassie's point, there has to be synergies that you can really utilize there. So I'd say at the end of the day, if you're really desperate, you're going to, you know, you're going to go out, you're going to see, okay, what kind of debt can I get? Is there some kind of like distress special situation? So I think it's going to rip your face off. Maybe. Same thing on the equity side. And worst case you may have to sell off a piece of your company or your assets or potentially have a merger situation, like I have to be honest, it's something that we've been mulling around with a lot. And honestly, I think the answer is going to be different depending on each individual company and what they're set up looks like and their cap structure. Okay, last question, hashrate, where is hashrate at the end of this year? Cassie, to your first? Yeah, I mean, total stab in the dark, right? Based on who may or may not be coming offline, also who knows what the current hash rate is today. I would say like two 50 cap. I'm deciding whether to be bullish or bearish, but to be honest, I don't know which way both are bearish or go. So okay, I'll say, you know, 200 and in my view that's almost, well, I guess depends on which way you're looking at it, but I just think, you know, more folks turning off machines is better for those that are out there now trying to and the less machines that get turned on ultimately from the new purchase orders is better for the folks out there. So I'll be bullish for some of our friends that are out there in the industry. I like that you gave a perma bear answer and then you tried to turn

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"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

HASHR8

04:20 min | 8 months ago

"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

"I don't know if this is just like something that you guys have insights to due to the books you guys are working with or maybe it's just something from mining analyst perspective. You guys have insights too. But I'd be curious to know looking at difficulty right now looking at hashrate looking at hash price and the cost of running an asic, where do you see things start to Peter out? Where do you see people start shutting off machines? Craig will throw it to you first if I can and if that question was really confused and I can definitely I'll actually if possible pass the ball to Cassie to be honest because our team leverages her team for these types of analysis. I'm going to do that thing where I jump through the logical fallacy of the either or decision and kind of go down that rabbit hole a bit. First, you kind of wrap the question up saying like what I was thinking where it's really difficult to say no pun intended because we haven't had a difficulty just not yet. And so I'm not quite sure where that needle is moving. Like looking at kind of the average block times, I think it was like we were looking at ten 13 and now we're like ten, 34 or something like that. Which who knows if that's like meaningful enough to move the needle like statistically I haven't done a ton of analyses on discrepancies in block times based on each difficulty adjustment. So I can't really say that's what kind of our team the high level research that we're trying to look at but it's really tough to say. And the other side of the coin too is that people's power agreements are structured really differently. Some people prepay entirely. And so they've already paid for the power. So they're not going to shut off. It doesn't make sense for them. And maybe they have a hosting contract where there's like a dormant fee or something.

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"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

HASHR8

05:46 min | 8 months ago

"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

"You know, and just on Cassie's point on the principal risk-taking, I think, you know, at the end of the day, you know, there are some, there are definitely some other players out there that are principal risk takers. But you know, it's either the end person that the originator is selling it off to is taking the principal risk, or you're just taking down the loan structuring the loan and holding it on your balance sheet. Regardless, the folks that are taking the principal risk right now to our point have definitely taken at the very least a step back. If not just a total pause and you're seeing that kind of reverberate through the industry where some of the folks that would have been selling the loans before. Now, since there is no demand, they're not originating either. And so everyone's kind of, it folks have taken a big step back and as the loans that were probably going to see being made, if any, as this time period kind of goes on, are definitely going to be at much more conservative terms. I always keep riffing on the loan part here, but just talk about the different backing from. So we have debt and equity traditionally been like the other two. But those seem to also be drying up. I know man, it was a consensus two weeks ago on stage talking about how many machine orders are still outstanding for public miners. It's like $1.9 billion worth of machine orders are still in the books for these miners. How is this going to be funded if equity loans are drying up? No one really wants equity from miners right now. And debt is also really expensive. It only becoming more expensive. How do these procurements are already on the books? The purchase? How do they complete these orders? I know that clean spark just purchased on the secondary market. What I would think was some sort of distressed order for cheaper. All the information wasn't there, but that was my understanding from reading the press release. I was kind of reading between the lines there. Are you expecting there to be more distressed purchases of assets from larger players that have healthier books? Is that what's going to happen with all these orders or there's just going to be wipe out and people are just going to vomit all their orders onto the secondary market? Where are you guys seeing that Cassie to you first? I have a lot of thoughts on this. Number of things can happen, right? The most likely, I think, is that we will see just defaults. So if you think about where these manufacturers are profitable, we know it like a $1000 a rig. I'm sure costs have gone up like as technology has gotten better and they're more efficient and whatnot. But if they were profitable at a $1000 a rig, like likely in the $6000 range, like their margins are pretty steep. And if you were looking at, let's say, I don't know what the average is. Maybe people have paid like 70% and there's 30% outstanding on purchase orders. Like they've made so much money that basically the new price that they would recreate the machines to, like maybe they're fine, maybe some of these people have already paid it off and they'll be okay.

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"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

HASHR8

03:26 min | 8 months ago

"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

"Yeah, I think prices are definitely walking off a cliff right now. I think the value I saw in hash rate index updated this morning. So I need to check it again. But we're much lower than right after the China ban. I think maybe the low sense like December 2020. So asic prices, bad place to be right now. Curious from your guys perspective, are people going to continue to do this just with different LTV values or is that going to just die as a method model? Do you think after this? Or is it too early to call even Cassie your take? Well, it may be a little bit too early to call. I think that people are definitely taking a step back and reassessing the risks they've taken on with the loans that they've currently underwritten. To be honest in Craig correct me if I'm wrong, I actually don't know anyone else in the space who's like a principal risk taker on these loans. So pretty much everyone in the space is selling the risk off to someone else. And I think for the most part, people that are non endemic to the space. So banks try institutions or funds or alternative asset managers, et cetera. And so they're really the ones that are stuck with that risk. And I bet that their appetite is drying up pretty quickly, which means if they're not taking the risks themselves, like we are, then the appetite for that product dries up. I don't know who they can sell and offload that risk to. And so I would say like most people are probably pressing pause until the appetite comes back. I would say, you know, we're not processing caused by any means, but obviously we have to kind of reevaluate and we're looking at risk a little bit differently. We're looking at it the same way, but obviously the market has changed. And so we have to take that into account and build that into our models. And it's really hard to do when we're in a very much still on a price discovery phase with asics. It's really difficult to understand what fair market value we can even assign.

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"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

HASHR8

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

"Of just like driving home Craig's point of like, it's a supply and demand issue, right? We have all time high demand of rackspace. We have all time high supply of asics. We have even more coming onto the market. There are people who haven't yet gone into default or are on the verge of default who have, you know, maybe a month or two of runway laugh before they realize like, okay, we're now out of treasury. We can't pay off our liabilities. They're trying to get them off their books as quickly as they can. And it's really a matter of like, how did you prepare for the bear market in the bull market? And to be honest, a lot of people, either this is their first bear market, and they didn't have the opportunity to learn a lesson, or they didn't prepare. Candidly, and that's what we're seeing. And right now, the name of the game is survival. And it's really just about trying to stay online for the next couple of years until we get to the bull market. And that's going to be difficult for most people. I wouldn't be surprised if we saw a large, maybe even majority of people get wiped out. It's going to be choppy out there. You have a way of putting things candidly. So I appreciate it. Let's go back to the asic part about this and then move over to wipe out and we'll get some lending stuff in there as well. Asic lending or backing alone by asics has become a more popular solution for financing your operations, especially from my perspective, since we've moved out of China, it seems like there's been a better ways for understanding where a 6 are at, for seizing and collateral for understanding the price of that collateral beforehand. What's your take on it right now? Was it really irresponsible to ever use asics for backing loans just from your risk analysis perspective?

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"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

HASHR8

04:54 min | 8 months ago

"cassie" Discussed on HASHR8

"Financing team is right in the middle of that. So I'd love to get your guys take just on the general market right now. How are you guys seeing things from your perspective from a lending desk? And then Cassie as well from the mining side of things, how are you guys seeing from your portfolio? Craig and your throat to you just a general take and then we can dive more into the conversation. Yeah, so what I'd say is for maybe I'll take a step back and set up kind of where we've gotten. You had a really big bull run and you had a lot of folks going out there making large investments and sites and infrastructure purchase orders kind of everything that goes into a mining business because it was immensely profitable to be able to do so. And then what you've kind of had happened though is the lag time that it takes to really get online and establish the infrastructure where back then, okay, underwriting alone was really simple because no matter which way you looked at it, you know, asic prices were through the roof. They're over a $100 as Tara hash. You had mining businesses or grossly profitable. So there's almost no way in your model that you're going to come into a situation unless you really stress test it. You're not going to be able to service that type of debt. And then the capital markets are flowing. It's very easy to go get for years to go have access to equity capital to debt capital even in the traditional capital markets to an extent. And so, but then what's happened is, okay, you run into a situation where you've hit a limit on essentially what you're able to build out and you've run into a situation where rack space is very difficult to get a hold of. At the same time, Bitcoin is falling in price. And so you've created a situation where there's not as much asic demand by any means, either because you don't have the rack space or just because it's not as profitable.

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CNN+ To Shut One Month After Debut

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:02 min | 10 months ago

CNN+ To Shut One Month After Debut

"Network subscription service is folding after just four weeks after its launch in late March. According to The New York Times, CNN plus will cease operations on Saturday, April 30th. CNN launched on March 29th and was offered either a $6 a month or $60 a year. In addition to its on demand library of services and films, CNN plus featured live online programming hosted by CNN Staples and anchors who were poached from other networks like Chris Wallace and NBC News Cassie hunt. After just a couple of weeks, it was such a failure that they had to scrap it all together. They were planning to spend a $1 billion on it. Chris Wallace, okay. Chris Wallace left the left Fox News and came to CNN and has been a total failure. CNN plus is just another example. Of the forces of market gravity working against. The woke. So you have Twitter

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"cassie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"cassie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Off the anxiety It elongates the weekend into make use of those full two days All right that is take away four To get the most out of your week in downtime plan something fun for the end of your weekend Avoid those Sunday scaries You might be thinking I don't have time for all of this I gotta buy groceries I gotta do laundry Cassie actually has some research about good ways to spend your time while also feeling less strapped for time One is actually a surprising finding from my own research where we found that actually giving some time to help others makes you feel like you have more time And I know you're looking at me in my face And it's surprising I feel time stressed The last thing I'm gonna do is take the time to help someone else But the reason that alleviates that sense of time stress is because when you do spend some time to help someone else it makes you feel really effective There's also neat research by some of my colleagues where they show that inducing a sense of awe which often comes from getting outside into nature That sense of awe also reduces sense of time pressure and time strain because it gives you that sense of expansiveness that you can sort of think bigger reach farther All right last question For listeners who are not going to be spending a relaxing weekend with me give them a list of sure fire ways to just relax Okay again getting outside Doing something active outside So whether it's going for a hike going for a walk on the beach another thing is social connection So that is not necessarily just getting into a space with other people but really creating an opportunity to have a great conversation Yeah Also dogs Yes Dogs are a good way to be active in your leisure getting outside going for a walk These.

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Pete Davidson Is No Warren Beatty

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Pete Davidson Is No Warren Beatty

"Because there's an article in the paper, some idiot reporter is calling Pete Davidson the Warren Beatty of his era. The fact that he's allegedly dating Kim Kardashian obviously was the big, the big grenade pin to pull to write this article, that makes him the big lothario of all time, the fact that he had a string of pretty ladies in the last two years, Kate Beckinsale, Ariana Grande, kaia Gerber, Cassie Davis, if you want to include her as a looker, Margaret qualley, I don't think she qualifies as a looker either. She's about as sexy as a two by ten, but you know, either way, celebrities, actresses, blah, blah, blah. And also one other chip. Bridgerton, some chick in one of those stuffy shows I can't watch. So look, he may seem like an unlikely Romeo. You know, the paper said, he's not overly handsome or cool. He's in the painful process of having his mess of tattoos more than 100, remove with lasers to help him win acting roles, and he's a pothead. And all this is why some of the world's most attractive women just can't get enough of him. In a world jam with narcissists imposes creeps and phonies, Pete is refreshingly real. He's the star we need right now. Oh, please stop star. Star we need. He's on SNL. Warren Beatty was not only gorgeous, but charming and usually talented a writer director actor producer. Pete Davidson walks around in a vintage T-shirt and high top sneakers with no socks with a cigarette or a joint hanging out of his mouth. Give me a

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"cassie" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"cassie" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"One expected that but secondly i can't believe that it was as calm as it was people weren't shouting them down early screaming at them. It was actually a fairly calm exchange and guys. I'm putting the link to the full video to the full interview that brian into just posted in the show notes below. You can also find that it. News nation now dot com but in terms of cassie laundry guy. She seems genuine. She seems completely genuine and a few key points here that she made and things that we learned so again. It's been a point of confusion especially over the last couple of weeks as to whether brian really did fly home around august seventeenth while gabby was in salt lake in a hotel that was initially reported but then pugh well did he. Did he come home did he. Move things in and out of a storage unit like what happened there. So cassie confirmed that he did in fact fly home to florida and that she and her children face timed with gabby while. Brian was home. Brian did not bring up any relationship problems and she said it seems like all was well she was also asked if she ever witnessed them fight or if she had seen brian abuse or hit gabby she said no and not only that that she had previously been in an abusive relationship herself in that. If she had witnessed it that she would not have stood for it. Also don't forget the you know the way that abusers work and you can see brian as he was manipulating the police as well. He likely did not show his own family especially as on sister that side of him. Cassie also confirmed that she saw bryan on the first day that he got back Apparently she had no idea he was coming back and brian's parents surprised her children at school with brian in tow she was surprised that he had come home and she said that she had no clue that he was with van that he had the white van. She also confirmed that she saw him on the sixth at that campground for five to six hours and perhaps most like shocking slush telling exchange was asked whether she thinks brian killed gabby and she said i don't know and then when asked if she thinks her parents are in on it all she also replied..

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"cassie" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"cassie" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"The bounty hunter. Who in turn sent him an audio file of brian. Laundries voice and davis said one hundred percent that that confirmed that the man he spoke to was ryan laundry he said the manager of a white or light colored pickup truck that looks like a ford f. one fifty and were dark bandanna on his head now. Brian can very much make it to california. This way and avoid all major highways it would take him across tennessee kentucky missouri nebraska colorado utah nevada and then in the california other people i've seen on twitter have brought up the fact that there's also a california north carolina. There's a city called california. Although i highly highly highly doubt that that's what he was referring to the in on that a haywood county north carolina officials are investigating more than ten sightings and tips in the county including this one from davis. They have said that none of them have panned out that they are investigating every single one that comes on and that none of them have panned out or turned out to be valid in. Regards to the davis. One this this one that a lot of people myself included potentially gave more credence A little bit more believable than others. I've seen it reported both ways. Although not from verified or trusted sources that law enforcement has in fact found the man. That davis was speaking to in that it was also a bad lead false lead so again. That is unconfirmed because as of this morning. Monday morning the fourth i saw that davis was just now speaking to law enforcement that he was kind of like a heat was felt a bill incredulous that no one from law enforcement had reached out to him even though he called dog and the local officials. So it's what's so frustrating with this case is that there have been so many sightings so many leads. Obviously most of them are false right but it seems like law enforcement is in even at least what we're seeing on. Our side isn't even chasing down potential leads from people who may be a little bit more trustworthy or not have as much to gain from a big media stunt like that. It's what's so frustrating. From time to time about true crime but again as i stated in the beginning huge news this week concerning cassie laundry i i think a lot of us have just especially this week after the news a couple of days ago that she wasn't thought to that campground came out. She's kind of been painted as a villain in lumped in with her family. Because at first we thought you know she was proven to be a big liar. But then the unexpected happened today. So the interview that blew all of this up was refund with abc. And she was asked you know. Did you know that the van was back and your and she's just said no. She said that she had not talked to brian since he returned back from his trip. Now then the confirmation of the family trip to fort to sodo happened along with the fact that cassie herself had been there and that went viral with thousands of people taking the social media to show their disgust for cassie. She even got her own hashtag. Which if you know on twitter You've made it if people use you to ship posts and you get your own hashtag so then on top of it..

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"cassie" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"cassie" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

"Talk cowboy anybody who is cassie. She just science here. She just wanted then. She does not me as me. She just one image in two thousand sixteen squid to me one masses and when she speed cheese whereas your mind man. I think i see why comedy come. Calm me unbinding. Too many twists and turns twists twist center. Maybe i get burned really really waste way up there in an exciting an writing the field food.

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"cassie" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"cassie" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Joy garcia is the editor in chief behind the popular food and wellness website fed and fit. And she's the author of several popular cookbooks. She's very interested in ways to rethink traditional meal preparation to save time money and energy and to reduce waste. Her latest book is cooked once dinner fix quick and exciting ways to transform. Tonight's dinner into tomorrow's feast just hit the shelves. We wanted to ask you to share some hacks for eating healthier with less effort. Hello cassie cassie. Hello were so excited to be talking to you today. Oh my goodness. I am thrilled to be talking to. Y'all well we struggle. Or i should say i struggle with healthy eating so i very much need these hacks. Cassie what is the left over vegetable hack. I love this one. This is one of my favorite hacks. It me feel it gives me so much. Peace in knowing efficiency is around the corner so you keep a ball in your refrigerator and you know when a recipe calls for a quarter of an onion and you chop up that quarter of ninety ninety and then the rest of the onion goes into the veggie juror to be forgotten and then you feel sad about it that onion and all the other. The half of the mushrooms the k. Leftover carrots into a designated bowl in your refrigerator and then at the end of the week. Toss everything into a stir fry or soup to use it all up. Well this is great because it gets at that waste. And i know that's a big theme of yours which is to reduce food waste and so this and then you don't like you say it's so easy for to just roll to the back of the crisper and then you don't find it until it's like sprouting. And what if you have a great hack to about how to handle groceries to make it easier to get from the grocery pile to the actual cooked recipe. Yes this is one of those things. I really like to make sure. I'm only doing something once. So when you get home from the grocery store you probably already had in mind or it's fresh. Mind what you are going to make with it in the next days right right but you fast forward to three days and you will probably have forgotten what meal call for all the different components and so i say as soon as you get home from the grocery store while it's fresh and top of mind. Sort your groceries into meal bins. And i ne- put the onion in there. Put the can of beans in there. The package of ground beef all the things. You're going to use for that particular meal so it saves on rummaging time for the enhance when it's time to make that dish. This is so smart. Because i think like i would never think like. I should put a can of beans the fridge but why not. It doesn't hurt room and then everything's already assembled one of the things that we find with the habits is like the tiniest bit of convenience makes a surprising difference and you might be like. How hard is it to get a can of beans out of the pantry. And you're like actually. It's hard enough that it will stop you making that recipe tonight You'll you'll forget that. They're they're all altogether. Yeah and then also just knowing that you need the can of beans like you're saying it just cuts down on so much mental energy. Yes that is already. There does seem sacrilege though to put a canned good fridge. Like i would never in a million years have done that. We used to we when we were eating cereal. We would keep it in the fridge and people thought that was bonkers. And i don't know why we did but But we did okay and cassie. Throw us another one. These are so great. Give us another good hack. Okay so one of my other favorite hacks is to double in freeze so we all have those nights those days that despite our best intentions to make a home cooked meal you get home. And you're like. I just do not have it in me today and pass. You may have done future you a favor and mind. It might have doubled one of your favorite dishes and frozen it for you and the next time. You make your favorite beef soup stew chili casserole. Double it because it's not that much more work to double the ingredients while you already have all the dishes dirty and then just make to finished products. Freeze it label. It put the date and the name on it and then use it within five months. And you're so right because a lot of the effort is the cleaning up and you're not. You're not doing anymore cleaning up. You're cleaning up the same amount. Do you find it. Tripling just starts to be too much to deal with dabbled and tripling the lives of the math harder. Yeah just like knowing five. Months is the marker all like wondering like is this good from three years ago. So i guess. Five months yeah. It's good to know. now see interesting. You're reported that you are a rebel. So how do you think that your rubble tendency goes with. I mean somebody might look at this and say like oh. They're all these rules. All these these hacks. How does that fit into your sort of rebel tendency. Do you think. I think in a lot of ways. I'm a rebel. That kind of masquerades as an upholder. That's part of my chosen identity. That's very common that rebels they look like upholders and they feel like upholders. Yes at part of it is that i rebelled against the expected. Dinner routine is a huge thing. I don't like traditional meal. Prep and i really get worn out by having to create fresh dinner every single night from scratch and then i've got nothing to show for it besides leftovers that my family doesn't really want and so i had to create a system that just excited the heck out of me to want to make me make supper and i still feel like i'm able to play it for the joyful hearts. Oh that's such a great insight. You found a way to do it. That's right for you. And i know that your motto is. There's gotta be a better way and it's so great just to get these little hats for eating healthier and and easier. Yes thanks so much. Cassie it was great to talk to you. it was so great to talk to you gretchen. And elizabeth thank you thank you. I'm gonna try one of these excellent thanks so much and now for a happier highlight from time to time. We put a spotlight on something from the past. Something we talked about. That really made us happier. And in twenty twenty we challenged ourselves and listeners to walk for twenty minutes every day in twenty twenty that was the hashtag wok twenty and twenty and that was so successful that an episode three..

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"cassie" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"cassie" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"Know me from my movies. June six days seven nights. Aren't you one of those guys. Those guys were skills. Volcano bet like was sixty two degrees yesterday. Sixty eight slowly vanished very. She and my latest role on cvs rise. I have no further questions. Your now i have a podcast with my best friend called better together with annan hutter we believe that self knowledge is one thing and adding others knowledge is everything we share our stories to help us grow and we have fun while doing it. We're going to do a mary. Kill each of us have had something with two of the. That's why ryan gave me three names. Work tune into better together with and heather every thursday wherever you listen to podcasts By the all your meter you're gonna meet her meet the beautiful kassy's curve. Oh hi how are you. I am old. You are young in pretty. You look stunning. I need to get better lighting in here. I was just saying it's like two million degrees outs. You could be really right away but it's so hot today. It's really disgusting and i just went out for five minutes i. I'm outside the whole day to walk stupid dog that i love lot disgusting outside like i came back in with an i started getting chills because it's so cold inside. I'm just it's very convenient was like kind of chilly last week. So i'm very confused. The weather's very notable right now. Yes it is. it's called global warming. We don't know what we're getting. But i am so excited to talk to you because there are so many things that are relevant right now about you. Obviously everything is. But i know that you're really about the bullying..

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"cassie" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"cassie" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"I'm going. I heard hearing. Yeah i had a friend that thought. It was cool like he was like on. He's not my friend anymore. You actually know him. But i won't say his name but we worked with him something and we had you know. Black co star and he was talking to him and they were saying n word and then like do not ever say that word around me. I don't care if this person's cool with it. I am not cool with it. It's style so yeah. I would expect a lot more things to come to light. I'm very interested. I will have to start checking. Tmz to get the update. Well we are. Just wait for us to have our conversation. Because i want you like kevin spacey's never coming back. Yes yes you need to know that we're talking about how okay i could not believe that kevin. Okay i mean he is a good actor what what did he do. I don't even know what he did really. Except should i not. He's he's part of like with little boys. It's lights it's it's not. Yeah it's not good. It's not good stuff. I did not know any about. Jesus christ yeah he fucked up. But also i mean there's this whole thing about this. La lake society. I know kyle child's called on something kitchen. Something and there were rumors. I will get the name board. It's called but there is about it. Had to you jeffrey epstein and this group of elite. La people that were in with him and in this situation where they it was called the thing and on had to do with small children not sponsored children younger people. Yeah it was up. There is a there is the there is that hot. I mean it's happening fucked up. It is yeah you know. Another have a mother bryant. I cannot even exact murder. And i'm not joking. If anyone com either one of my kids. I say this is the only time. Say we're gonna kill someone. Kill.

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"cassie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"cassie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Five. Cassie and John Barry were on the call for ESPN radio for that one. Here they are after it all went down. Kevin Durant back in the Brooklyn Nets lineup, JB. They open up a big road trip with a very impressive win over the Warriors. Yeah, I was impressed. Defensively, you know, you might pick up the paper and see 117 points for the Warriors. But They did a better job in that and a lot of that was in the garbage time. There were. They had a tremendous lead as they got into the fourth quarter. And this is a team that What's six times these? These guys have played together the big three, so they're going to get better. They're gonna get more familiar with one another. They didn't have their starting center DeAndre, Jordan tonight. Once they get this thing rolling Get a little more familiar with where guys are more comfortable being and just get a better feel for one another. This team, if they make a commitment on the defensive end is gonna be Very, very tough out. Brooklyn right now. Sitting third in the East Golden State came into action on Saturday night, sitting eighth in the West. What do you make of the Warriors? No Clay Thompson this year. Steph Curry's really carrying the load. He had an off night tonight. Where can this team end up? When it's all said and done? I think they need another player. You know, you see when Steph Curry goes out of the ballgame, they really struggled to score. Because Wiggins becomes the number one option and I don't believe it. Andrew Wiggins is a number one option. I think he's really a number three option, and he will be that when Clay Thompson gets back next year. S o. I think they need another playmaking guard. That could score the basketball when Steph Curry is out of the ball game. This team really struggles and they want to keep steps mints down on If they're going to keep their minutes down, they're gonna need another player here that could make someplace Steph Curry string of 30 Point games comes to an end Steph Curry's long string of at least 43 pointers in a game comes to an end 23 for Kyrie, Irving 16 assists for James Harden. The Brooklyn Nets in Kevin Durant's return to the Bay Area. Knock off the Warriors. 1 34 to 1 17 for Jon Barry. I Marquess to share right here on your home for the MBA, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. We have more on that match up later. Straight, talk wireless. No contract. No compromise. The team from the city of Brotherly Love took a trip to Arizona's urban heart. On Saturday. The 70 Sixers versus the Suns bring players making change up. Things, and so we had to change up one of our schemes. Joelle is gonna catch it on the right.

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