21 Burst results for "Cepa"
Interview with Athena Karknis And Parveen Kahr On Manifest
"Playing Greystone Athena cartoonist and playing Vanni. Bar Is Parveen car on manifest. They update US ON THEIR CHARACTERS Minus depressed because she had her. PTSD. It's a direct. Sorry. It's a direct pickup from. The cliffhanger at the end of season. One. We picked straight up from there like same clothing even your same day. It's the same day. Still recovering from what she went through in episode fourteen season one where she's Like held hostage and has had a gun pointed at her face and I think the last couple of episodes in season one, she just was really at a breaking point So that's where we pick up a SAMBA you. I mean as direct copy that was pretty quickly skip ahead. A little bit, and so grace's a little more pregnant. We learn in that for CEPA assode who the DAD is. Obviously I'm not going to divulge that now but it's actually it's really the way they the way we learn it is very interesting and surprising. So like even I was surprised when I read it, what are you both like most about your character I like most about her she's definitely smarter than I am. Which is nice. She's better at math. Really Nice. I don't it just like how just determine like she just wants to figure it out you know and I really. Appreciate that about her. She's definitely a workaholic. She has the type of work ethic that we can all kind of dream of having hence why she's gotten so far in her field you know. Why I think That's my favorite thing about her like she's definitely a hustler and she's GonNa and we'll see in season two like she'll go to any length to figure it out and if that. Manifests in her doing some really questionable things like she's she's about it. Yes. She's about it whereas Sunday's character. Yeah. I. Texted her the day after I'd rather race inscriptions. Ear. grace's really unflappable and she's much more patient and she's like the archetypal mother like she bakes cookies and she's But she's a really like patient and loving and understanding. She's everyone's rock and I would like a little more of that my life I'm a bit of a hothead and like. You. Know I can be want patients. Sometimes I need to channel my integrase. Try. I'm not quite as graceful grace about new themes or even tones sees it's definitely darker to lock arms. And I feel like it's a lot less about the first season was really about. managing relationships, and how this crazy event has thrown everyone into a tailspin as far as relationships. Wise. Yeah. And everyone kind of recovering from that and I feel like season two is really about. The death date and I mean a lot of it is really trying to. I would say that's the overarching thing and really trying to overcome that and trying to beat it really beat beat death fruit just basically more confused. But it's very there a lot a lot how it's been hard challenging for us today because there's so many things that happened in season two and we don't WANNA real reveal any of them because they're all spoilers and it's all very exciting and it's all very huge in you know even a small detail the revolutionary say. Then, you realize no wait. Yeah. Yeah. So we've all we've all been very cautiously biting tongues today, but what happens in season two and as far as the mystery goes like a lot of. Other. Questions open out and like new things unfold the don't necessarily you know. Close any doors as far as resolution of like Oh. That's the answer to the S. it's just like we'll wait more questions more questions. Look for manifest on NBC check your listings.
"Hi and welcome to a very short episode four, hundred eighty shut zinc. This is Bruce Williams from Shutt- zinc podcast dot com, and joining me via skype from Melbourne. Once again still in lockdown Mr Glenn lavender from creative workshops dot, com today you. The. Excellent. Why are we doing a short one? You tell me because in forty two minutes and thirty seconds. Nassar is launching the next Mars rover. Really. Finish. Perseverance, it takes off in forty two minutes from now we listened insist the name of. List. The. Thought I had to speak fast and keep the woods short. Misconstrued your meaning. Misconstrued and there's a long word. So I'm sorry for Moreton those lot. As you will week pain actually do this photo shoot. Wow. I actually went to work and did some. Other doing product shoot of black plastic box six hours. You should get logging, right? Six hours per for black box. Hello. Did it take six hours nine? I'm telling you say for six hours shooting. Happy of well. They're still the negotiators. And right for them yet, and and it's it's it's tricky at the moment earning money you're gonNA. Be Inspected. I'm the. Six hours doing all these different setups it was it was a black box trance coding box that you plug your camry into the trance code into whatever output via APP, what you want to and and. The filming each setup. So required the setups tracks every every setup time. In addition shoots and so on and so forth and you know my debt, my boxer. Good. But. It was a black box and student took. One Thousand and sixty six photos of a black box. Are you serious Yup Well Part of the problem was. Poor light because these these the airy cine cameras laughing almost no light. Light to shoot. So I'm trying to shoot a black box in black surrounding. handhelds without pushing. The is our Tony Stupid amount. I'm often shooting at one point four and of course getting dipped feels that law goes on in folks. All this stuff you got to try to see shoot multiple and then I bush, do that get any so the steadiness in my hands. Yeah. So. Yeah it was it was it was tricky. Machine twelve thousand eight hundred is. Because that's GONNA garbage. For. Product. Shots. You use any Phil Flesh? Die, flash it all. That's all. They had all that lodgings up constantly just as it was being on my. LAP AND CEPA random it was. Very. They really didn't give you much consideration. Did they. Of course I'm only. Why would they. That's the whole thing. It's like you asked me to come here and do a job, and then you hold me from the outset but looking at the back of the camera and love, dude is producing, which is important. And the best part of the whole job is guide mimic the cigarette identity. Noses get get them in gone. I. Didn't have to look through the Tasman Sixty six to see which good. Their problem, and then tonight, this product launch tonight at midnight. So we should we shot Monday APP until four thirty Monday afternoon, get all those images, edit all the images, get all the footage edited the footage, build web pages using the images and footage. And build everything and script and the video Albany for launch not.
"cepa" Discussed on The Coaches Corner
"The team will give you a free gift that we're not giving anyone else like that. So you're getting them into the your circle and you can target target ads. And they're now getting incentivized in a gift. This could be like a free video training right so that could be some. That's that's supervise those pieces than blueprinting. That's step one cool cool so there's another side to this too and maybe it's worth discussing is if someone could do both sides of this but if someone is like Oh wait. I'm not ready to start my podcast. There's still the potential or the the vehicle the Avenue of getting on show celebrity and other people's podcasts. To Start Billy some traffic or or even just start practicing interviews and getting your yourself as an expert in a way right so there's a number of places you can go online online right now. I'll name a few number. That basically you can sign up as guests you can go in there CEPA profile and then people can like if you're if you're a fit it for their show they'll reach out to you and you guys can get on a podcast cool so the first one is called spot. A guest dot com spot guests got dot com. It's like a little private community you can. It's free you can go in there said profile and you can talk to people who have podcast there and you can see what they're looking for and you can actually get on their show in your fit so summer one number two is called listen notes dot com. which is a simple one that has it's I call it like the the craigslist of podcasting thing because it's almost like a craigslist in there? Click on their classified section. They'll have like a whole bunch of lists of people or shows that have looking for specific things and some. Oh those are podcasts. Summer too and then the last one is a place called PODCAST GUESTS DOT COM. And that's a place where you can. It's a email list list so you can subscribe to the newsletter and he will send you out a.
US Accuses Iran of Sabotage Following Ship Attacks
"Tensions are flaring in the oil. Rich Persian Gulf the US says it believes Iran has CEPA Taj for oil tankers after inspecting the damage. US officials say it's highly likely Iran's hardline Revolutionary Guards are responsible for the attacks. None of the tankers were American.
"cepa" Discussed on AP News
"Wheeler alert for this is us fans because well the story deals with next week CEPA sewed all right here, we go viewers of the NBC hit show are routinely taken out of their comfort zone. But in next week's episode. It means a change in style. This time the drama is getting theatrical in an episode about Pearson family crisis. It airs Tuesday on NBC and focuses on Kate's extended family gathering after she's rushed to the hospital in early labor. It will be almost entirely set in a hospital waiting room and takes place in the course of one day series creator. Dan, Fogelman says it was designed as an intense one act play, but it veers sharply from the show's trademark flashback approach to the story of Rebecca and Jack Pearson and their children, the episodes, author playwright Becca Brune, stutter said the shock will be minor. And that the focus still remains on the shows popular characters. Pope francis. Denounced what he calls depraved anti semitism. AP's Charles de LA desma reports he's calling in the world to open a wider dialogue to counter discrimination spoken out strongly against a wave of anti-semitic attacks in parts of the world, saying interfaith dialogue could help counter it consulting with a delegation of the American Jewish Committee. He lamented that meeting was taking place amid the spread of a climate of wickedness and fury. You mentioned excessive and depraved hatred. He's taking root, and he won't that for Christians any form of antisemitism is a rejection of one's own origins a complete contradiction. I'm charleston. Month Italy's coalition government is fraying over the stalled high speed rail line to France while the fall, right Ponti? The league insists it. Go ahead. The other ruling party the five star movement is refusing to fund the next phase until the whole deal is renegotiated the parties have been as old so for the project and nearly sixty kilometer tunnel link between Italy and France the league backs the project is an infrastructure improvement, so plants northern entrepreneurial base, the flagstones are ideologically opposed and say the money could be better spent elsewhere. Early campaign rallies for the Democratic Party presidential nomination. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute to candidates for the democratic party's presidential nomination. Hold rallies this evening for not Vermont, independent Senator Bernie Sanders talks about people calling him too, radical parenting healthcare to all as a right, not.
"cepa" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"You know, I I'd like to find a few of those because otherwise if if addition that CEPA tone and change the game, they do what they feel at the moment is the right thing to do whether it's right or wrong. They don't think through the pros and cons and way, the decision then Starehe you down. They go ahead. Just do what they feel is the moment is calling for and like I said that to leadership and those guys around him see that and understand that he's willing to stand up and take a stand or take up all the first team and be the man, and hey, whatever comes to Matt windfall. You have to be man enough to deal with. But otherwise. Yeah. Do you think you'd be who you are either people are gonna like you or they're not you have no control over that? Except you can control what you can you can do. And that's the leader go out on the field and play ball. So I I don't I don't think he's a. You know? I don't think he's a bad kid. I don't think he's being advised incorrectly. I think he just like you mentioned you plays an extreme passion that if you don't like it, then go watch different sport. You know? This is a sport. Like, you said football about grown men beating the man across in you and part of that is a mind game you play. And if he's confident enough to go do those kind of things and back it up more power to you know, you still very much involved in sport. And I'm curious your thoughts as how the the offense of it changed, and you work with a company ready sports that kind of helps coaches and players get prepared his his has the level of preparation and the the sophistication of offenses change it feels that way to the fan, but to someone who's played the game at a very high level and still involved in it is that true. Or is it how is it different? Yeah. It's hard to say without being in those those meeting rooms how advanced the offense is on. I know that it all depends on you know, the player you have back there. Call you know, taking the ball hands center and doing stuff you can't really progressed too far from what's made you who you are. And I think I I read a little bit about how in Cleveland when Baker when the change was made they went back to really what he did best. They asked him. What do you like it on offense? What's your favorite place? They went to every play or what are your favorite place? How do you? How do you respond to this place called they figured out? What was the best offense to run for that organization? And I think that's what a good offense coordinator. And a good team. Does is find out what their players can do best. Instead of this is what I do you need jumping fit into my system. And if you don't then you're failure. Well to me, that's a failure. As a coach coaches are supposed to be able to adapt. And now, you know with the limited amount of time limited, you know, amount of inter. Action. You have with these players whether at the NFL level or cleared you level, you know, that any tool that can help you, you know, spend time outside of the game honing your craft is well worth it. And you don't are to ready sports is continuing to be developed to to be that robust tool that can help players. It can help organization. Do exactly what I said where you you. You know, you can know what plays the players know, and which ones you're running correctly. So yeah, it's the game evolves. Plays evolved. And as long as a coach is open to that. I think you see success in the players. He's coaching. Last question forgets, Jake plumber here on the richeisenshow Tom Brady still getting done drew Brees MVP season in Ben Rothlisberger. Well into his career defined yourself root for some of these old guard quarterbacks and success at their age. Yes. Some of them. Of course, you know, I marveled at they still I'm only a few years older than that..
"cepa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He's got all the sports CEPA controls. And he's talking I hear about England. And it's stunning victory. With Spain right and nations link. The that's correct Brian. Wafer nations league England stunned Spain beating Spain on Spanish soil for the first time in thirty one years. They win three two two regime. Sterling scoring a brace. It's his first goals for the national team in three years. Marcus rash, adding another tally England scoring all three in the first half. Meanwhile, the British tabloid the sun reporting that Saudi Arabian crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman is interested in making an offer to the Glazer family for Manchester. United alot skysports claims a team is not for sale. Forbes magazine lists the value of man you at around four billion dollars. Well, family estimated to be worth well over a trillion dollars. So a drop in the bucket for them. But they want to make a big offer man you game three of the NFL see us in Los Angeles. We're in the bottom of the third inning Milwaukee. As Brian said, leaving the dodgers one nothing Ryan Braun in R B I double driving in Christian yelich Jewish Shas seen on the mound for Milwaukee. Walker? Bueller has settled down for the dodgers that's series tied at. At one game apiece. NFC up on Monday night football at lambofield seven thirty meaning in the first quarter. Green Bay ten to seven lead over the San Francisco forty Niners Aaron Rodgers to four for eighty two yards. Thailand Gumri with a rushing touchdown in that one Tampa Bay Buccaneers firing defensive coordinator Mike Smith after thirty four to twenty nine loss. The Atlanta Falcons. I'm Dan Schwartzman. That's your Bloomberg NBC world. Sports update, Paul..
MLB -- Boston Red Sox keep Houston Astros within their reach
"Is way out of trouble. Shabby. The legend do worked on ESPN radio and the game last night with Jessica Minoza with that call in the bottom of the first inning, the Red Sox struck, I recommend Grasset or swang in a live Dr, bass it out of the right center field. Cut it off as Rettig bet. Surround third. He's into score the Red Sox two batters in Leded wanted nothing. You could tell the Gary cole- was struggling for his secondary stuff and Rafael Devers took advantage to two on the way swing ground basically to left via Benintendi scores Bogart. So stop it. Third as federalis holds them up. It's an RBI single Deckers the other way. And it's too dummy. David price in the Red Sox had a quick to nothing lead, but in the top of the second inning, the Astros counter-attacked. Swing a line drive, fair ball inside the first base line into scores Correa Maldonado on his heels Springer into second. Just like that. The Astros have tied it up to to a soft line drive that just hung in the air and hung in the air and Pierce diving wasn't able to reach it in the top of the third. The Astros took the lead, here's a three to swing and a high fly ball left field that will back there on its way dawn over the monster Marwick Gonzales, a two run blast. The Astros have a four, two lead. After the game, Garrett, Cole would talk about what happened next is maybe being the pivot point because he did not have shutdown inning and the bottom of the third inning. After the Astor's took the lead, this is what happened. Jackie Bradley Jr. the plate bowl turns down the rubber now to one. Swing and a high fly ball towards the left field corner Gonzales swords Alon that was off the lobster into score Bogart's Pierce autists heels here comes Denver's Bradley's into second Genesee Bradley Jr. clears the bases, Red Sox by Iran Boston on top five four is that was high up onto the monster just inside the poll state of the park. It was still five, four in the bottom of the seventh inning. Lance mccullers junior was on the mound behind the plate Martine Maldonado and look Lance mccullers union as one of the best breaking balls in baseball in Maldonado acknowledged that what happened in the bottom of the seventh inning, which was repeated problems. Catching baseball may have been because his unfamiliarity with that great curl ball mccullers give lesson. Now it's left up to Bogart with bets at third to down the pitch outside off the global Maldonado. Haney Red Sox have an insurance run that one was up at a way Maldonado couldn't keep it in front and Mukhi bets, grants home six, four, Boston Rick came out of the Red Sox bullpen to throw the top of the eighth inning attacking headers and then Mookie Betts applied the coup gras in the bottom of the eighth inning. One live base hit out of the right field. That's with the knocked Evers around. Third, he's to score bet slides into second. It's an RV I double Mookie delivers than it seven to four in the top of the night. Then Craig kimbrel emerged from the Boston Doug ad. And you remember what happened at the end of the Anki series. He struggled to find home plate and there was some anxiety in the stands at Fenway park as Kimball started at night inning, and the Astros began to rally on swang in a ball ham left field towards the monster, and that's high off the monster. Now to Vail take the turn will hang on at first. He kinda limps back in there. That's an RBI single off the monster. And now it's seven, five next to the plate, Alex bregman who was red hot at the end of the regular season, the Red Sox staff, it made it clear decision not to pitch to him six walks in the firm. Two-game series. Plus he was hit by a pitch in another plate appearance in this case, Kimbrell had to throw them, and this is what happened regmunt back in a way to get a one, the pitch swing and a high fly ball, left field Benintendi near the wall and makes the catch, and that is the ballgame. Just the base of the green monster hold it in and kimbrel by the skin of his teeth to close it out and the Red Sox. Hang onto what it in the Astros clubhouse after the game bregman was asked about whether or not he thought he got it. He said, no, if I got it, it would have been out in the street. Mookie Betts was on the field after the game, and I caught up with them. We did great. No, yet out. We've proven that we've been in both games. Everyone was second one and we'll just continue to play are going into Houston. When asked you about a couple of pitchers, David price, you know the scrutiny that's been on early game, keeps you guys right there. You guys win a game. He starts. Yeah. I mean, he's a great pitcher, you know, no matter what people say goes out. He are thirty million dollars a year. For reason he showed about record cells work out of the bullpen. He's, you know, he's done great. Starting out of the bullpen anywhere you put up. You know, he's got. And compete Fisher. AJ Hinch. The Astros manager talked about Mukhi bets ignited from the very beginning of the game. I mean, this place energy of this place when he comes up too bad is is really electrifying. So when you try to minimize much as you can in front of them, we didn't do a great job of that today. But from the the first bat- on, he kind of set the tone from the very beginning. So it's why he's very much MVP candidate. AJ was asked also about looking bad's, going around the bases in that seventh inning to make the score six, two, four at that time, give a lesson the insurance from this word and the seven Makiko around the basis how unusual to see that with with its. He went around the basis that have to put a ball and play in on. That's those are tough in this in this type of series is tightly CEPA games. It's a long characteristic. I mean, obviously, mccullers abroad mccullers ended try to keep it a one run game with the way that this series can go. And it's almost like a Tiger Balm for me. So last to a couple of nasty breaking ball, just look like, you know, Martinez lost it in the people in center field or just got a little bit got a little bit lax back. There had a little tough time and Mukhi went around the bases. I walk and then no-ball plane is of scorn before this series began AJ Hinch raved about Mukhi bets in his impact on the Red Sox. And Alex Cora was asked about Hinch comments on mochi and his play. Give lesson. Listen. A game AJ called Mukhi ticking time bomb, and he kind of went off tonight. Do you think it was more himself tonight? You said you wanted to get on the air did a couple of times? Yeah, Jesus Margai they went to Stanford.
"cepa" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"CEPA Chetty and Christian. My main man, our parents were really created with the name. Steve Joe, Joe, John least parents, of course, younger came with a little bit more. So in this day and age, you would be Jake, right? Wow. I I like John John Joseph. I could have been a pulp did you ever? Did you ever meet a Heather growing up a rock? No. I met a Brooklyn, Alex, Alex. Yes. I was all Cathy. Helen, mary. That's it. Yeah. Listen, guys. So educate me the Boston Red Sox applying the Houston Astros for American League championship. Yes. Is that correct? Absolutely starts Saturday night at Fenway. The Astros are the defending World Series champion one hundred and three games this year. The Red Sox won one hundred and eight so we'll have home field advantage. But the interesting thing is the Red Sox at Fenway park. This year were fifty seven and twenty four. That's outstanding. The Astros on the road were fifty seven and twenty four. So they have quite capable of coming in here and winning multiple games. They've really good. Yeah. What do you think about that Christian? I think both teams Astros are good on the road. And the Red Sox are good at home. But I don't trust the Red Sox bullpen as far as I can throw them. So I'm going with the Astros and five games. Speaking of bullpens while. Did somebody at Yankee Stadium? Throw a bottle at one of our plants can add. Kimbrell kimbro on his way out almost blow game for. So they threw beer. Okay. Just missed them. The cops looked up. I'm guessing they got the guy in the stands almost at him. I don't think he noticed it because he had already passed. So it wasn't fundamentals was behind him. You could tell it was New York. They almost had him almost. Remember the Red Sox bullpen? Remember the old Joe Kelly who sent it over from the bullpen the old joke the difference between a Fenway Frank Frank that you get at Yankee Stadium. And the know what's the difference? You can buy a Yankee Stadium. Franken october. You can't buy. October. Now, look who's laughing. So so here's the thing. Yes. Everybody's Christian saying Houston's gonna win. Wait. Wait. What about throwing stuff? Now. I remember going to the Boston Garden second balcony Bruins. They were always the bottom six bronze. But they always they lost what they had fights people would start whipping star. And then on thanksgiving they throw turkeys on the how did you get a Turkey through the next dot ice? That's a waste of food. Come on. There was a stretch where they with light bulbs out on the game. Detroit for octopus. Yeah. Like go off by throw it on the ice. That's the tradition of may. And some cases Kalamata calamari..
"cepa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So this is a kind of compound coastal flooding. We talked and we talked about how slowly the storm is moving. Is this partially true because of climate change creating stronger storms, wetter storms other ways of changing climate could alter the floods we see in hurricanes. Right. So in the past couple of decades rainfall associated with tropical cyclones and Horry canes have increased and many studies have. The observed increase in rainfall to the increasing sea-surface temperatures due to climate change. A c Steph establishes can impact the size and intensity of storms because canes and tropical cyclones gained heat moisture and also energy from around. They cease EPA CEPA shares so our satellite observations and direct measurements salary show that sea surface temperature in warming most oceans around the world, can we expect this kind of compact compound flooding to be commonplace in future storms are even during regular high tides as global climate change click kicks in. Absolutely. That problem. We have is that syllables have been rising and they are projected to rise in the future dismissed the baseline ocean. Water be higher the future. So it means infusion. Forty canes day surged okay added to a higher baseline and Agassi higher water level can cause more more impacts more coastal flooding impacts..
"cepa" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"You're the reigning champions, all right with the world. So. So how's it been? Has it been being a defending champion? It's been fine except for going Owen three in the preseason. No one, no one cares about preseason. You're fine. A lot of guys are banged up though, like you said, a lot of guys are getting nursed back to healthy. We don't know whether we'll see once the beginning of the season or not. So it's an exciting time. However, in the back of your mind, maybe just being a Philly fan, you just feel like, well, that was the best it's ever going to be. It's all downhill from here. So we'll have to wait and see. However, I do have good news about the eagles and their fans at home in Philadelphia. They're getting the beer cycles in Philadelphia, and if you saw this not buzz, your cycles told me what I love, love beer. I love cycles. You know, when you go to Dame how hard it is to stand in line, especially in between quarters to get those beers because the lines are so long. Well, there has been the the management company are Mark has been setting up this plan. They're going to try and ten different stadiums where they're going to have bicycles going around the stadium driving around the concourse of the stadium with draft beer kegs on the back of the bike. Icicle and they'll pull up and you'll be able to get a beer right there in the concourse. Okay. So let me see the straight. You've got people riding around the concourses delivering beer straight to Philly fans, and you don't think that this thing is getting cycle Jack with it about fifteen seconds. It's going to make one one turn and the guy's gonna get knocked off the beer cart, and it's gonna get hijacked is going to be in the back of somebody of pickup truck trying these beer cycles in ten different stadiums, Baltimore's getting Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Kansas City, Minnesota Philadelphia's. I mentioned Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay will all have beer cycles for their Steve. Steph's don't at least not take it into buffalo buffalo with CEPA cycles on. Those teams still seem so need any more beer somewhere like like Jacksonville or San Francisco or something like that place where you can trust that the fans are not gonna. Absolutely. Incinerate the poor beer cycle. Eighty in San Francisco, they're going to have a Chardonnay, try tricycle. Oh. Cycle that they make a little Boca for you buzz. Great talking to you again, looking forward to checking in this season as it moves along. Right? Absolutely. All the time. Thank you buddy. And now it's time for my celebrity guests of the week. The interview this week is with a lovely and talented lady named Alison Rosen. She is the Queen of podcast her show, Alison Rosen is your new best friend gets about thirty million downloads a week. Wow. Yeah, it's kind of ridiculous. Always there in the top ten at I tunes and other places where you can find podcasts, we, I've fan of hers for longtime. We know a lot of the same people, but we never actually met until we sat down to do this interview. I'll be talking to her all week long. In this first section, we naturally have one thing in common, and that's the podcast business. So we talk a little shop, but if you're interested in podcast on, you might be singer listening to one or if you like to do podcast yourself. A lot of good information in this. The first chapter of my interview with Alison Rosen. Well, this is very exciting boys and girls because as a new and upcoming podcast, like the Ralph report is to have podcast royalty on this shell is. A big deal. My guest this week will be Alison Rosen. She is your new best friend from the podcast of the same name, Alison. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you for having me. That is the nicest introduction ever. Well, you're a big deal. And now every other introduction that I listen to, we'll pale in comparison unless they get the memo that they have to introduce me as royalty should because you are Allison's podcast is enormously successful and very entertaining. If you're not listening, you absolutely should do that after you listen to the Ralph report naturally. But she's also another member of the patriot family. I am on paycheck on patriot dot com slash Alison Rosen..
"cepa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Your oldest got first car I know how about that A little. Bit you know kind of apprehensive obviously? This we have four kids And. My oldest just turned sixteen so he just like you said cross, that milestone I? Know a lot of our listeners. Have cross before me your you know what I feel, pretty good about it. She's a, really responsible kid and you know that she's, she's a great kid we're, really really, proud of, her and she's really responsible but you just still I it's hard you know and I'm not worried about her being out there and having the freedom. Just honestly worried about other people and then also not a lot of experience you know you're about that. Kind of emergency situation where somebody comes in airline, and all, that parenting stuff. He just, kind of worry about Tiny SUV. Kind of thing going on here But you know. What, I mean it's not a big SUV well I told her that I was going to get her a pickup truck and I meant it every word of it told her I was going. To get, her a full size. Pickup truck, and, honestly she's pretty good about she's, like well do you know whatever you think but and then after a while and I wanted to have. The big pickup truck because it was safe. And I thought actually be, kind of, neat but then, I started thinking you know. Sometimes too, big although it's also more dangerous you know because maybe it's harder for to handle, her if she's apprehensive at all about it Are nervous because it's big. Or camp park it or, nervous about, parking in that, sort of thing so we. Settled on, something in between not too big not too small not to new not too old Right right right in, the middle three, little bears or, whatever it is She's, sideswipes a couple things you know we're, going to be okay you know. You gotta. Have at. Least a. Car hit a few curbs. On everything you know that's true that's true but that's a big milestone one you're excited about and there's a lot of milestones that our listeners are going through in a different way personally with their money and. Ending their working career and getting into retirement or maybe they're already there there's milestones all along the way that you and. The team help people with that every single day at Talon wealth management. And you personally have been doing that for over twenty years listening, today if you have questions about those milestones at how to approach them you can reach Mike and the team off the air and ask them some questions, or, CEPA time, to, sit down with, them at, their, offices, and, Orlando Jacksonville palm. Coast Melbourne.
"cepa" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Tom, I want to talk about something. Maybe I'll make a proclamation of my own. This isn't just about the summertime about the rest of my dang life. What is the proclamation. I thought your same today CEPA sewed. I was like as episodes about the summer now it's Tom. Thin ice this week is. That's that's the best kind of ice. Yeah, flavored Ice Man. You're on flavored ISIS week. It'd be thrilled if you said that. And shit. Tom, my proclamation is for my, I'm going to be a runner. A guy who runs long distance runner, medium distance runner. What's a medium distance as fast as I can. That's I mean, as far as. No, it won't be as fast as I can write as fast as you can run a medium distance. You wanna know my problem with running what I always get out of breath. Yeah. Also it also my legs get tired, too common complaints. The often hear about running. Yeah, but that's that's for amateur runners like myself. I hope to work my way up through now this too advanced beginner. All the way to professional professional runner professional Olympia in of provisional Olympic runner. Well, why limit yourself to just every four years you can just be a professional runner watchi-.
"cepa" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Great guests part of it is deep part of it is john cepa chinese terrible but i also don't believe you that you dislike him and that's the problem is if people don't believe our on air disputes what we can't get into this right now we've got a gubernatorial guest on the line we'll talk about it cheese all right we've got we've been talking all morning we just talked to bickford he is the chair of the democratic party when talking all morning about the democratic convention which starts tonight and is going on tomorrow as well and we have jagan zala democratic gubernatorial candidate on the phone it's been a while i feel like since i spoke with jason's alice thanks so much for joining us it's great to be with you i wish i were there one on deal with you but awesome so yeah so this this friday and tomorrow or are going to be a lot of fun tell us what what you have planned for the state i started the day by taking the commuter rail to worcester i'm actually standing at union station right now in downtown worcester night met a couple of delegates on the train you know this is this is one of the grapes that i have with governor baker is we've got one of the worst transportation systems in the country and lots of frustrated commuters plead with him to ride with them to understand their experience and he won't do it respectful.
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"cepa" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"Ha ha blunders this administration just being yeah we don't care like all your work is out the window it's devastating devastating so on so when you think of it like that it's not like we should ignore 'cause we can't ignore them but nothing that they do has any direct it would be like if i just kind of leg when to like in nascar hmas like hey no i don't even i can't even into something so foreign to me i took i was like hey everybody who knows how to drive cepa side ma i franchise now no it's not you don't you lost your license you don't even have one get out of here also can i say another point about this it won't dan i'm under investigation for you know drunk driving drunk driving and russia glued appalachia and i'm the only driver i'm the only person in the world who thinks i should own of french the nascar franchise to episode awkward way of saying that the international community does not join us in absolutely no way does it join us have been recognizing jerusalem as the capital iraq only around ocean recognised tropez hope like literally everyone is like this was a bad idea this that idea this was a bad idea at like everyone is going on record as saying that yeah so then on that no like is there a way because i know before the election it was like the best way to get rid of a narcissist ignore them and we can't really do that now but it's just like how do we ignore him well it's how do we get rid had heterogenous not acknowledge any kind of this is exactly where the the parts of his power the executive power that so dangerous and because we can't ignore these things is actually where he is within his annette ovarian now recognizes jerusalem now we just ran as usual and go years do i mean congress.
"cepa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"For the ones who get it done cepa they got a gun on his opening dr ashim swinstead was just about pictureperfect they converted on a couple of third down tries they'll begin here thrilled twenty five yard line a lotta time if no public aims first two possessions cross was his only the kurt touch total between the two teams both deemed drew a very good job of proven the chains remembered most teams script they're all federal it will see if that sustains itself and off of a secret back look to pay barber who smothered your line all the earns a couple of a hard yards to the twenty seven it'll be second down and an aide it rush you've noticed a number of players tumbling on the field it is worth noting that they are wearing so different fleets were great caused today part of my cleats michael my caused social initiative by the nfl yeah i at least a couple box justin evans greg bribes have totally fallen something to keep an eye on lambeau field is arguably the best surface in the nfl when you look at how wellmanicured the grasses it's usually not an issue offset i play fake it a wall white which did with a fit your pops pops throws and cooked wicketkeeper captured great it was holding about two strides appeal for the titanic right sidelined defended by nick perry wisden moving well looks pretty comfortable you're all things considered there's been known ross for him so far as one thing you worry about when it guys miss three straight starts like get but winstons proved salad so far it's only carry the ball once for one yard works out of a gun here on third doubted equities twenty seven who 23rd of the league 36 percent on third down today to for two single back left tied at wing right safety spadea back why backers reciprocate low snap winston fates back steps up pressure.
"cepa" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Though she sent a note again today asking for some clarification about why the feel hasn't been built in winds are going to be build in no one would listen to her and no one will respond until we talked about the story in the third clock hour and then all of a sudden we got an email and the email owes from seattle schools it is kimberly schmidt anke in kimberly shrank you writes a rotted on the cepa process should be completed for in about six to ten weeks well when i inquired about the separate process six months ago when i started looking at this story they were telling the same story 60 ten weeks so here we are six to ten weeks later it evidently it still six to ten weeks isn't that weird because i've been sitting on his story for a long time the separate process should be completed in about six to ten weeks well what you've been doing for six to ten weeks sale public schools and then it says and if the permits are awarded the project could begin as early as june and be completed in the fall of 2018 you see all the builtin excuses in these kids and these communities are used to it you talked all the coaches there they had they don't know what cepa is i didn't know what several was until i dug in and try to find out and they have no idea that there there you go online you can see the field that is supposed to be builder it's the exact replica of what you see about high school how come ballard got built in cleveland in i'll tell you walk has i live in the ballard neighborhood and there's a lot of people that look like me and people that look like me are big mouse and they write letters and they run for the school board and they write checks and they've put pressure on people and people in black and brownies and that's what these nfl players are trying to tell you we grew up a neighborhoods just like a neighborhood you see a cleveland just like the one you see at kennedy we grew up in those neighborhoods and when we come out of those neighborhoods we are.
"cepa" Discussed on KTRH
"On what you the holy mountain in japan there was a uh there's a section in the book we talk about revenge add there is a line the jumped out at me it says taking revenge was in fact seen as a duty in japan can you expand on that yet if i can come off for this uh i've just on the book which you cold uh the book of hamaroeye on the secret pique you'd have enough are you going to inquire trump film revenge i'm basically go who want revenge on it the hugh hop across full imagine all the different from i humbly good that you are all mo by law could possibly had or at least by strict cool cool idea that you take revenge so for example if you killed my father i come and kill you i might not even be able to moderate my highly i don't kill you so remember the forty of roni yes sure yeah who exactly though because the 14th have known how clinton found at the end and it was m a commit suicide at the end and people said there's no reason why should do become vendetta and revenge it absolutely we can the law have to go so when they walk she'll and pull they washed the head of the enemy and placed on the grave so if you're going to commit revenge you have to go i think you go walking you can find them on you do everything to kill them and then you take the head and uh you got waste puffy because that found that women take revenge on you them what they had played on the grape at the person you'll revenge i as a lot of stories in this book end up with the somebody's head coming off or what cepa co separately the very interesting subject for those who don't know how the kitty ohata cotti of people say in the way you don't clean up your own family yes but what.
"cepa" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"This new coaltion is advised is this episode contains adult themes and descriptions that some listeners my fallen distressing this is the second in a series of shoot by cepa sites weevil hacked them those who could face states struggling to find something to talk about say gay for the show bet he mentioned the weather you too few ended up meeting someone for romantic nineteen but you ended up being arrested and held in police custody for a crime he didn't commit 23yearold league gibbs said plan to spend the night watching a film and getting to know twenty one year adam minton they rolled friends and had recently got back in touch through facebook the it was a mother of two young children was looking for a fresh start off the splitting from a partner of seven years the pair were getting on say well adam decided to loss around they agreed to meet adams home in the village of tireless town in rumford south wales for romantic noil tin on june 30th two thousand eleven when li arrived at evening she night to statham whiting outside he needed a lift into town yet to quickly me to friend the local shopping center but first she was thrown blood the request but she liked tatham and was happy to help believing it wouldn't take long during the dry the two chatted reminiscing.
"cepa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Yeah thank you so much i think at the time of recording this the arm number four on itunes which is just completely boys my mind so thank you again and i hope you enjoy certain here we go here is join join how are you feeling i'm all right yeah now i'm airing also emotions up my man it was a good girl cepa third i'm i wish they extended it to like the ray episodes at the very late whitehall episode job on the body because that was that was complaint torture recognize at yeah i feel like i feel like the the only and to really needed to be and feel what we were going through uh but no one's good i was going to say and it was good to come home it's good to hear all the love from everyone and um i wish i could do whatever you spike suraj for coming on you actually officially my interview so that's kinda cool um i just i was so sad i was really really i was you'll these thing going into the in a sealant going into that episode i just was so excited near the escape through mean a soft loan join all these things that like as a fanned love love scene and how did you feel when you saw the commission's coming out of that was saying like cyclone joined is coming like what we all thought processes i'm i i felt like oh man there talking up a big game here there was a lot of god from may staying that um you know i'm an escape from roma and i think one of them was like me saying on the powerful ma so it was really nerve wracking because i always knew what was happening at what had happened um and you know going into the game i i wanted to go fired i really wanted to make my mock um i could.