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"Fully re opening this fall Northeast. It's provost with announcement in the letters saying the current plans envision returning to abnormal fall semester with regular campus activities while at Harvard, the Crimson reports, the faculty of Arts and Sciences, Dean Claudine Gay said in an interview. And Harvard is currently planning for fall 2021 with the overriding goal of charting a path to a full return for our students or faculty and staff so far full steam
"claudine" Discussed on Defocus Media
"Yeah i mean now. I do it in. It's easier because it's a magic spray. And his whole story behind it. But i mean the concept that happens you could hydrate your is like you said i mean. It's it pains me to see the amount of children in my practice that suffer from dry because they're so young and they have so long ahead of them But you have to treat too. Doesn't get worse you know we have attack it. Yeah so along with all the advice usually give. Which is you know the like taking breaks from the computer in this now on zoo school. It's kinda hard you know they have to do it. So it's really important that we address it in find ways to at least help them and make it comfortable and finding funny make sure that there i stay hydrated and it's not a battle for the parents fighting the good fight there and you. Can this end the spray tear. You can purchase separately from the whole system. Is that correct. You do everything separately even the system you could buy one off Just decide to get the but this spray is the one that i just found was something. You know something different. I always like finding kind of the new different Cool thing that we can leak it. Sort of proposed and make people wear themselves are also an uber. It like you said being different so like talking about your office. Social media for example there is nothing. That's innovative or interesting about you. Posting about this over the counter teardrop and put it in like a patient. They know about that. They've seen a ton of them on the island walgreens like they don't need our advice really i mean they do but they're not gonna think as innovative in unique that we're talking about artificial tears but if you have a post up about dries bothering you and you're sitting computering is slow better at patients. Never seen that before. That suddenly really makes your office standout as offers new and unique and that marketing part of what we do in differentiating yourself is so important right now when it's easy unfortunately.
"claudine" Discussed on Defocus Media
"And then the follow up after the treatment retain that photo i find really impactful to contrast so the side by side to say this is what we retreating and look how it looks now and this is higher feeling. And let's see here. You're killing so i find that kind of helps me something that i do in clinic. This little hack signed let other products has been a hustle every so this one is in the us only for now. We don't have any canada. But i absolutely love it because lake i dropped shop are full. Purpose is simplicity efficiency so we want everything to be easy and quick and work properly so this brand is called off tees and what i love about them is that they have their line of products and they made it as a three step process. So it's just so convenient so the first one here is like heat literally at the bottom of the bbc but it says he clans hydrate so there's the mass for heating and then the teacher oil. Why is which are amazing. Honestly because they're huge they contain teacher all they're also hydrating and then you have the drop so it's really here. It's really like a all in one system and it's just so you know refined that a lot of people are buying the kits and just using it sort of like that. And there's no guessing sometimes will save a waiting. I do. I hate my lives. Do i put the drop to a high to you know so this way. It's kinda like and other they have. That's really cool. That i love is the spray. So you guys have a lot of these sprays typically do prescribe this often in your practice like a spray draw. I mean. I've i've heard about this but i'm not using spray artificial tears. Yes so i find it so cool because First of all it's great from a day if you're at the computer and you just want you know you don't want to sit there and take it off also..
"claudine" Discussed on Defocus Media
"Liar late today to some of our favorite objects that we found twenty twenty that are going to bring us into twenty twenty one and rejoined with one of our favorite people. Dr potting corey high. Thank you for having again. It's honestly so fun. I'm so happy to do this together. i mean. Check them with you before we had such a fun time in that conversation in twenty twenty was a crazy year for everyone and twenty. Twenty one is not often much of a difference. Start before we jump into the products that we've been living in the past year. I mean just give us the update on yourself and what life's been light. Yes so basically. What we've done recently is. We've launched dropped shop in the us. So that's fan are huge sort of endeavour It started survey at towards september. October of twenty twenty. So now we're in it and it's great his. We've been rolling a couple of months. So we know bestsellers. We know what people like regarding feedback. So that's really our main goal. Adult candidates still going strong but we decided that since we had great reviews in canada when not the same concept to the us. So that's that's our new product in your personal life. You're also any mom. Is that right like three days. After trump usa id burks daughter rock music. So you accomplishing. Obviously so incredibly much. And i think people sometimes don't realize how much work it is on the side with what you're doing running. I dropped shop candidate and now launching the us store. So i mean if any thinking about starting their on even e commerce space on their own office website. How involved does this project for you. it really is. it's a full job. I definitely don't do it myself. I have been incredible team. And we work together. And it's it's a full-time of business. I always say that if if op- does want to know about it or you know sort of development at email me calling they have. And i always love chatting with them one on one but it really as a full company right. So there's the shipping receiving inventory management. There's customer service which is huge. You know getting everything out on time and just making sure that we're delivering the best service that we can and we really really focus on that so were all about simplicity and efficiency and getting products out there as fast as we can so that people aren't suffering with other products and get what they need. here's the link to the shock. You guys if you wanna check out because in addition to being a great resource for your patients you've also related to develop this with the private practitioner in mine because like i said it during We actually looked at my office. Like can we add ecommerce website in very quickly. We realized this would be a logistical nightmare. Which is so if anyone else has been on this path and kind of thought like actually. I don't wanna take that on with a note that our patients want some e commerce options. It's easier for the shop online. Especially right now physically..
"claudine" Discussed on WGN Radio
"At the space station because we were docking with the space station. Um, yeah, There's definitely no time to get distracted. Then what's what's life like on the space station? Because Again. You can tell by my questions that this isn't something that's captivated me in my life that much. I was a young kid, right the Apollo, But I was surprised to read that the space station is the size of a football field. I expected something smaller. Yeah, even bigger. It's massive. It's just huge. When you see it at night, it's brighter than Venus. It's one of the brightest things out there. And it's not. You're not seeing like the headlights on you're seeing the sunlight reflecting off of these massive solar panels so again in this I talk about my book. But then how to ask for not? I wrote 51. We're really short, like fun essays that described what life is like in some of the stuff. You'd expect, you know, how do you do medical training? How do you do Experiments? Have you do a lot of lot of chapters about space walking? Some of the stuff I wrote about was what you would not expect. Like. What do you do if your crew mate dies? What do you do with the body? Or, you know, are there aliens or there's some other pretty funny chapters. So there's a lot of things about just daily life that probably some you'd expect. And some you wouldn't I read, too, that the meal time that everyone on board would get together for meal times, and that was a really important Sort of ritual for you all For me. It was the most important time of the day because during the day you're just running and working, but then at night time after the workday You could go and just be by yourself and not ever see your other crew mates. But I took the view of this is my time to go hang out with the Russians because they're down on their second segment. We're on our segment. You could literally go days without seeing those guys. So every night I would take a big Ziploc bag, put my little bags of freeze dried food and stuff in it and float down there and have dinner with them. That was the highlight of my time. I love hanging out with those guys. And it kept the crew coherent because, like I said, it's really easy to have it diverge into the you know the Russian crew and everybody else So I didn't want that 241 individuals from 19 countries have been up there It is a remarkable I mean, here we are a day before Election Day and We don't talk to our neighbors. I think right. We could learn a lot from what's going on up there. You know, there's the engineering achievement of building this massive amazing machine. There's a science of doing experiments. I did 250 experiments during my time. It's not out of space, but we find you in Dubai today. What are you doing in Dubai? I'm actually writing the book for one more orbit. A few of our crew mates are here, and we just said, You know what? We're never gonna get this thing done. So we're all kind of sequestered at my friend. My friend has this nice, big place hidden. You know, nobody's bothering us. There's it's coded free. So all right. Yeah, we'll be. We're getting this book written good for you land us, then let's bring this home when you landed. On June 11th 2015 in Kazakhstan. You know Kazakhstan could use a leg up to half the bar at movies out, so they're not doing very well. You know what? You know what? They're so smart. They just owned it. They're not. They're not going to try and fight it and go for it so bad. They're like they're they're owning it And they're using that for publicity. So it's probably the best compared the Landes for me, the shuttle and the soil. Yeah, The shuttle was a nice general Air force landing on a runway and the Soyuz is more like a Navy crash landing. It was just It was kind of like driving through your neighborhood and then just swerving over into a telephone pole because you're probably going 20 miles an hour and you just crash into the ground Well, but and I had some bruises, but Then you're on the ground and you're safe and everything's good. Well for the space X capsule lands in the ocean, which is a little bit softer for the actual touchdown. But then you're bobbing in the ocean, which you know is that has its own problems. I think I prefer I prefer the land. We know that from history to Colonel Terry Virts. Thanks for sharing your memories with us today. And congratulations on the movie look forward to the book, and the book out now is how to astronaut. Exactly had astronaut One more orbit is the movie. So thanks for having me on thanks very much. You listen to Chicago's afternoon news here and 7 20 wgi, WGN radio. I'm Rollie James. That's Claudine Clark girl at a hit with party lights who did walking through a cemetery. Gee, I wonder why it didn't shark 1962 on chancellor and actually.
"claudine" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Holiday season. It's been a tough year for everyone. So if you'd like to do something, you're gonna tell you about a special event coming up live. All right. We have your real time traffic first. Let's check in with Kevin Dean traffic, easing a bit as we head up towards the eight o'clock hour here from the helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic center there. You still got the trouble here on the 78 going off the 15 now and heading to the West. Gonna see the Slow stuff getting out past the usual stretch there towards north. All no accidents reported, But just some slow traffic getting over towards San Marcos let you pick up speed, easy drive all the way out to the coast Trouble and a traffic advisory here for the eastbound side of highway 90 forecast today or oh, it's sweet Water springs. You're gonna have to exit the freeway there. The eastbound 94 close between Sweetwater and Avocado Boulevard with overnight fatal accident Bridge is clear. The South Bay's clear so we got some good news. We're finally under an hour delay nor founded Sanusi drove this report sponsored by Jeff Anderson and Associates. It's time for the sexual abuse of Children to stop a new law help survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Take legal action. Jeff Anderson Associates is one of the nation's leading child sex abuse law firms. Visit Anderson advocacy. Com Or call 1 800. It's time 12 0117% Boulevard Suite 700, Los Angeles nine double 049. Coco's next real time Traffic update. 7 50 Morning clouds and patchy fog will burn off to sunny skies Today, coast Up to 67 Inland 76 The mountains 63 the deserts up to 84 Right now, downtown. We are mostly cloudy and 57 Cocoa news time is 7 41, the second annual sdcc you Holiday bowl, blood and food drive is happening. Tomorrow. Yeah, Tomorrow tomorrow. Joining us on the Koga Who's live line. Claudine Van Bianca with the San Diego Blood bank. Good morning, Claudine. Good morning, guys..
"claudine" Discussed on KCRW
"That one recently just Tickles me that I get to play it for you. Me Kado with life Raj and he there Hopefully, I said that one right? I say it with confidence, wrong and strong. I think I learned that from Anthony Valadez. I didn't learn that from how he behaves, but I think he's literally said that to me before. Thanks. Everybody was listening, jamming with me riding the wave of experimentation. As I say, Rainey is making food with vegetables that are about to expire. That sounds great. I love that. It's always like a great little Challenge to see what you can come up with what with what's left in the refrigerator on a Sunday night. Marie or Mari from Chicago. Thanks for listening and Susan I'm here with you. We are going through the moments together through music Connection community. Thank you for tweeting at me and letting me know you're listening. Right after this, a new track from an exciting artists based in Seattle 20 years old Claudine Mad bag. And so much more. I got another hour and a half or so left with you. There's so much goodness in store. Stay right here on K C. R W Casual music fan knows many re pretend from this note. She sung mad in 1974 in 1980, producers attempted to bring her back to life. The posthumous album is tricky, but really is a tapestry of. Well, many guesses many refugees. Moslems 1980 with me, honey. Fucked Iraqi find it wherever you get this Jennifer Farrow Case here, W's president here to say thank you for proving that there is power in numbers. This is not an easy time to fundraise and we know a lot of you are hurting..
"claudine" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast
"Trying to get out of. Three. percent of us are in where we are. This is our little tribe group and we invite others to join us for this stuff because. This is God's gift and it's here for us and we're here on our mission to bring it out to you saying that there is hope. And there is sunshine behind that cloud. Always always in through plant medicine, we can help you get through all of this. It's not just right and not even just the immunity because I'm thinking of CD in the way, it's changed my life, but it also helps tremendously with anxiety. So a lot of people when you're stressed your immune system stop stops functioning as well. So not only is it going to help build your immune system it's going to help you from stressing out which is hurting your body also. So you'll have you know Ken if you less anxiety and boost your immune system. So you're just all over your better 'cause from appliance. covid nineteen isn't just about your respiratory system closing down. It's about Dang Zaidi, the mental part that it brings to you you know it. Or. Other organs that are weakened by the covid nineteen that's gets into the back door social alcohol usage. Tell Heather. During drinking on the covid nineteen is the back door entry for Covid nineteen and the reason why is because when you drink? The alcohol takes out vitamins from your body. It lowers your immunity system. So when you get up, you feel like August, the hangover I'm throwing up in the toilet you know got. All assist a hangover but that's when the code bid nineteen comes in the back door and then you won't recover from that hangover and then you'll get the symptoms and you won't know but thinking say hangover and then that's when you can really go for days and then it gets worse than your. The back door I call it. Yeah. So this is immunity booster and it does reverse with alcohol does. Exactly exactly. Okay Claudine. We're getting to the near the end of the hour here we're running over time, but I'm going to let everybody know that heather in Claudine this is part of this their show to their co host of the show. Not just the gas because we're doing this every week and on Saturday at twelve noon Mountain Arizona time we want you to be active in this program as well. We're going to give you the information right now how you can contact Claudine. Now she's got a coupon code for you and you can use it today if you contact her but it won't be effective until Monday. Okay and if There are certain a product that you like that she may not have she made can she will custom do it for you? So we're going to go into your contact information here and how they contacted by phone email if you've got a website. and Are you shipping not just here or selling it here in Arizona, but you're doing it all over the globe. We started with an online store. And our website is under construction just bear with us. You guys. We will have it all.
"claudine" Discussed on KTRH
"Zero all right we gotta go to Claudine in go ahead let's start over again Claudine tell everybody what your question is okay we printed a explorer apple tree last month it has three varieties on it and we put in the revised granules and strips a month later thank you just a little while there's some red spots on and I wanted to know moving forward what kind of micro life and how much did she die put it in the apple tree well when you start when you start feeding a free trade with Microsoft you're doing it on every other month basis basically you start in March so they had you done one in March or April yet April intercourse occurred five granules okay so you have not done it yet do it to do it today after the rain stopped right okay and then we're gonna do it again in like first to July maybe mid July in order to get one more in probably September I don't really want to feed them October first moving forward I would get some compost down as your mulch I would actually figure out a way to get some more that grass out of there without using any herbicides just X. physically removing some of that grass and just use microlights green label for your lawn fertilization so that you don't get any other chemical burn on that so far so good from what I can tell just by the pictures right but we're gonna have to make and soil little bit healthier I don't like the fact that it's just soil and not mulch or compost around the base I want to protect a little bit better so it doesn't dry out so doesn't get heartened by the sun Hey do you know about our current from the weeds I'm sorry do I know what so are what are those red spots on the leaves only you get a fungal disease I will not panic about that the thing that worries me the most not the spot on the leaf but that edge which brown it just there's an inconsistency of moisture on there we got to balance that out and that's all the other brown spots on the inside but the other thing I would tell you to do in this kind of keep you are away from fungal diseases that might it would today be good day once it's dry and mark your calendar so like every fifteenth of the month for the next six months in the spring meanwhile on these leaves okay it's a natural fungicide and natural insecticide and you get to two for the price of one okay otherwise it looks pretty good we're just going to improve the consistency of the moisture that's going to be up to you to figure that out is getting too much or not enough after the drains we need a few days dry out before we can make that kind of determination all right next up is going to be E. Larry in Jamaica beach good morning Larry good morning what's up I have another about to do so let new landscape I took out all the results put in three years ago all that crap I took out a lot of the other planting stock they left the ground looks pretty bad I'm going to have some other things now okay what do I need to prepare my soil you make a raised bed on purpose with rose soil and you lock it in with stone or whether you want to use cinder blocks or landscape timbers were gonna raise that bad up good eight minimum inches twenty ten twelve inches and we're gonna plant stuff in just the Rosso trying to plant landscape shrubbery in the what is clay and sand of Jamaica beach is not a good start for any plan you absolutely need to build raised beds down and I've written a row for magazine and in Newton lot of news articles for a Galveston based publication years ago and that was one of the very first articles I wrote you know if you really want to succeed in landscaping Galveston you have to purposely make raised beds wow okay and I have those tones that I have around there financed but another robust always on time to make it in a minimum of eight inches absolutely okay now we're where can I get them hello how are you the roads are there you can get by the bag in a may help you get by the bulk at Tom's thumb down in the heart of Galveston there is a landscape company right after you get over the causeway so on the south side of the causeway as soon as you get on the island there's a landscape company I think sells bulk soils and mulches I just don't know the name of it they're not a part of garden line so in out of sight out of mind but if you know what I'm talking about there is a place that is a landscape come maybe you can tell if they have bulk soils and mulches and then I also work with the Tom some because they have ways of getting bulk their order for you or if you just need a few bags you can definitely get it at Tom's thumb down in Galveston all right next up is Cheryl in Kenya we're gonna move up from the coast kema morning Cheryl good morning I don't know how to get this thing off of the speaker phone is that alright now you sound fine so go and ask your question we'll take it from there okay great okay the yard the lan is to die for it okay I had last year you said if you have a lemon tree first year take a little screen scenes off for the first two years so I went out there and I did that I check every single one on and now this year there's not one seat I got to looking at the tags that I kept in the drawer one of them is actually a moral blood orange and the other one is actually a handling three orange what did it what happened I'm not sure I really don't know what you just asked are you are you have tags on those trees that that tag should be what it is yeah so when I called you and I thought they were in my mind I thought they were both little LendingTree well the same rule applies to all citrus you do remove the fruit the first two seasons you really should if you really want to big healthy blood orange tree down the line you should remove the fruit this year why I did that last year if you ever know you should do it again this year the first two growing seasons more than anything else there are no and this year has gone by okay let's just grow the tree out don't panic let's go down the tree out are you selling it the way we've been talking about every other now I have to do anything at all I think I put in a real good in a real rich soil in the beginning and that's why I just had you should definitely feed it and like I was just talking to the lady even with apple trees every other month for a while be done by October you're probably gonna get three feedings in this year just because it didn't have fruit on it doesn't mean you don't feed it right so definitely stay on that schedule we're up against the clock we're coming up with news weather traffic so I'm gonna put her back on hold and see if we resolve that issue for if not we'll bring her back up again but we got to get ready for Nikki she sent by she's standing by really quick note we me and give me this thirty seconds for our friends at DND feed over in Tomball because we do love to recommend feed stores for folks because they carry the products we talk about and then some but think about it but wet and forget the nitro phos the bonafide the Medina they got it all and of course hard I see are the feed store by my house it's I don't own it I did say my feed story say our feed store but it's the one we go to one FM twenty nine twenty yeah it's about forty five miles west of two forty nine just up not even a mile west of Tel G. over on FM twenty nine twenty it's how I found it because I needed a feed store several years ago and it's the one I stumbled across probably twenty four years ago when I first started doing garden line here because they have the foods whatever you're trying to feed their habit plus they have 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"claudine" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"You know Curtis Mayfield. Originally Sung himself. And then he gave this to Gladys Knight and the pips and this is a b side. Actually but it's just it just makes me melt I I love that song. The makings of you. Another single offer this classic album of Claudine which was produced and written in by Curtis Mayfield. Was this song to be invisible which I think is powerful statement. Curtis did his version. I but I I just love the treatment that Gladys Knight and the pips put on it here on a bola soul to be invisible uh-huh to be invisible. I'm just a girl what to know that we have to. You're just the.
"claudine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Thought man I could eat the whole thing in one sitting yeah well the food money and food and drug administration is right there with you yeah I guess some new rules instituted by the federal federal officials will now have nutrition labels for any food package that contains between two and three servings include calorie counts for devouring the entire thing and our Claudine cabin all director of the office of nutrition and food labeling at the FDA recognizes that some items can easily be consumed in one meal that's the reason for the update now here's a quote we know that Americans are eating differently and amount of calories and nutrition nutrients sigh on the label is required to reflect what people actually eat and drink not recommendations on what to eat and drink as cabin on last month's announcement said there you go anything you set down the entire lives of the of the entire an entire to be a girl scout thin mints man you cannot just have tour through a whole lane is the whole sleeve or nothing yeah you know all in or nothing at all commit you got a warning it is five fifty one the milk industry is struggling big time got milk apparently not enough people do anymore Borden dairy company has become the second major U. S. dairy organization to file for bankruptcy protection in as many months dean foods was the first boarding produces nearly five hundred million gallons of milk each year for groceries schools in other places but consumers have switched to juice soda and milk substitutes made from soy or almonds all that has hammered traditional milk producers like Borden which was founded in eighteen fifty seven I'm showing up there there you go now the home furnishing read go ahead I'm just saying out of turn around last time I had any milk it's been a long time yeah and I was with somebody at breakfast in the morning who ordered a glass of milk and I thought who who does that yeah who who has a glass of milk six percent less I guess yeah listen the home furnishing retailer shutters hundreds of its stores here one imports executives say the struggling retailer will close up to four hundred and fifty stores in an effort to restructure its business the news coming after its stock plunged on Wall Street Monday afternoon following a report that it was considering bankruptcy in addition peer once as a reduction in corporate head count will accompany the store closures but did not provide specific details on how many layoffs are expected your one will also shutter distribution centers as part of its cost cutting measures Hillary bar ski fox news five fifty three here on the tie to don Schell artificial intelligence taking center stage.
"claudine" Discussed on KOMO
"The exercise is if your Claudine Auxerre played Dominique domino Duracell in the nineteen sixty five film Thunderball she starred with Sean Connery in the fourth bond film the seventy eight year old was also in the movie fantastica and a French TV series that had an eight year run Wisconsin's governor rejecting a pardon bid for the man featured in the Netflix series making a murderer Wisconsin governor Tony Iverson announcing he will not consider a pardon request filed by Brendan dancy in October the governor says the letter submitted by Jesse does not meet the criteria for part in consideration Jesse was sixteen years old when he confessed to murdering Wisconsin photographer his attorney says he is intellectually impaired in his hand written letter he told the governor that he likes Pokemon and hamburgers adding I'm writing to ask for a pardon because I am innocent and want to go home he's serving a life sentence Ribeiro ABC news Chicago six fifty no your propellants rinse money update more fresh closing highs for the market indexes today the Dow Jones industrial average gained another seventy eight points the nasdaq composite moved up thirty seven and the SNP five hundred tacked on fifteen this wasn't the best of days for Boeing however the much anticipated launch of its starliner space capsule failed to take the proper past where the international space station and will instead be returning to earth this weekend then came word that United Airlines decided to pull the jet makers seven thirty seven Max from its schedule through June fourth about two months beyond when other US carriers are hoping the trouble playing will be able to fly again Boeing shares dropped one and two thirds.
Diahann Carroll, Oscar-nominated, pioneering actress, dies
"Oscar nominated actress and singer Dianne Carroll who won critical acclaim as the first black woman to star in a non servant role in a TV series as Julia has died Carol earned a Tony Award for the musical no strings and an academy award nomination for Best Actress for Claudine she was eighty
"claudine" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Your on air with Ryan Seacrest one is usually seven Michael Levine is on the phone to Claudine she went out with this guy they're actually dating I mean you know that's yeah they would lose your dates every weekend she says movies bowling concert that right there is a years with a fun day where did all those dates consecutively I mean a ball a concert and a movie superhero that takes like six months sometimes in them into terms of how they're spread out right I don't love the movie day in the beginning hello what do you what do you just curious here I tell you what a lot to the person that they did dinner beforehand the following day yeah I'm pulling is way better than movies I just I feel like movies just there's no talking I find that I always want to go on a bowling date but the bowling alleys are booked I can't get a bowling alley yeah you know what time she ever gonna go bowling is all booked good bowler Justin that out there any medication all right let's get to this clinic we're gonna call even find out what happens to be very quiet will asking some questions you'll hear everything okay got it Patty got Keith online I do okay as the sound like a nice guy chill chill okay great Keith yeah Hey it's Ryan Seacrest on kiss FM your voice be broadcast how are you very well not let me to explain we are calling you to say hello first of all and also do you remember some of the when I was named Claudine I do I do yeah okay and so what you remember about her I mean we went out several times the river you know shoes is there something specific you asked about what do twenty minutes well yeah I just curious to know how it went with or anything you guys went out a few times on some dates yeah we would yeah good and then you went to see Mumford and sons we did we did we did because the one person from that what have you done since then have you guys gone anymore dates no no we we have we have not text a few times but that's about it I so I'm just curious is there a reason why you didn't want to go out there again after Mumford and sons I mean yeah I had one of the counter but it just weird and probably little petty we we we were incompatible make them it ran a lot of fun before that transplanted but I when I go to a concert I kind of want to here sit there and enjoy the music and she's one of those people will jump around and scream and dancing seven fun enjoy the show okay you know you are there like that I'm joined the music too I just don't want to jump around and scream and and dance and what that means she kept grab my arm and pulled me up and I'm like now fine I just want to you know I mean what is your yeah keep it sounds a little petty tell the pay but I have called in on the line with us right now who's listeners why did you just tell her that you thought your incompatible why a string along hello to you right I don't really don't understand I just I just felt like we were two different people and you know I could tell you that I didn't want to get up and dance a lot not New York taking no for an answer instead there are not really I mean you can wave to me but we were having a good time and I feel like you don't even open up you know what I mean and I think like if you would have gotten her with me you would have had even more fun and it was I mean I don't I mean I know you don't you don't you don't like you know and call me at and it really is a big deal I mean I don't know I just it just kinda rub me the wrong way there's there's really hello but I mean this is our first date like I feel like we have set a precedent where it is not like you would know that you could talk to me and and maybe afterwards tell me like Hey that's not what I'm what I'm like I guess I mean I hope you know that I wouldn't have done something like that if it's been made you uncomfortable I just like really wanted you to have that much fun having you know you didn't do anything wrong Claudine well I mean I don't know something we're talking about dancing or not at a concert yeah I mean this conversation is a reason to bail on somebody Mumford and sons had like the most sing along songs out of any band the most fun mom Ming group you should mom is not the word so listen guys I just in the interest of time your teeth I guess thank you for your transparency now kind of could told her sooner kinda is Patty Claudine I don't think he's a match so this is as the because I feel like we had such great times before they send it back if this is what it is and everything because dean in your life will come at the appointed time and Keith is not the right time hall all right thank you so much for your help thanks for staying on the line not hanging up okay yeah yeah you got it I a L. there's there's no interest there yeah there was no interest there's no interest at all I think I think that whatever the concert is an excuse he just was not he's not feeling well he is an interviewer and she's might be more of an extrovert and that's 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"claudine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Wanting to help a neighbor generated multiple calls to the police and resulted in an actual visit by an officer. Fortunately, in our case, he was sympathetic, although he did leave with a warning that I should never post anything about my child wanting payment for her services. And then she continued, but my was no different than the fliers. I made twenty years ago with my friends offering yard worker babysitting. What if I had mentioned compensation with child protective services be investigating me, then probably because God forbid children should. Be allowed to actually work and be rewarded for that work financially? Work. They voluntarily want to do by the way, Claudine you're on KOA NewsRadio. Hi, I was calling about your kids working. So and so forth. My voice started doing things when I in the summer, especially when I had a huge garden. Lots of zucchini tons of. The different veggies and stuff. Well, they would load up there little bit wagon, and they would go up and down the couple blocks hair. And they would sell it or give it away, you know, whatever. Right. And then they started taking a little list with them and the tours that they would do, and they would take orders on who wanted what done and that they dated real well with it. And then as soon as they were old enough, they had paper routes, together and stuff and. Yeah. Or clock in the morning is early especially when it's snowing and blizzard being outside and letting the kids hold the papers and they kitchen because it's so cold out. Anyway, the real well, they want trips to Disneyland all kinds of stuff, and they were just you know, any cook they knew how to clean they know how to cook. And one thing we always I mean, they would voluntarily renting a switch up right here. That one thing we always told me, you know. I as a parent is keys, you had to be efficient self sufficient in the world when you got exactly. And if you're not doing that, then you're failing is apparent which is why I think these parents call the cops in the first place. Yeah. Just saying I appreciate the phone..
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"If you kill with if you killed it, would you stop and salvage it. No. Clubbing? You I would feel bad. You worry me. Sometimes I call I call us here. No, they pick the roadkill when they take it up. They take the royalty like orphanages and places where they meet. But if if you hit an animal, and it did damage to your car, you're probably going to call the cops. Anyway, you're sort of gonna call your insurance an insurance. Kill hitting it. So I thought he would need it. I hate you so much deer and elk is in my life. I don't need any more road kill deer. Okay. Real kill bunnies. Kill raccoons. No, man Claudine. You just have you. Have you ever refined pellet? God that's the pellets to find that. Claudine won't eat roadkill clock. Everybody note the Claudine from Inglewood will not eat roadkill. I think she must be racist or something. I can't read the names on lines two and three it says new collar is that their name new caller, Bryan, Bryan, Bryan, Bryan. What you got? Hey, thanks for the show. You're welcome. We don't charge for you know. Yeah. Sent you an Email with a quick synopsis. I don't want my name out on the air. But the sender is Brian k Yahoo dot com. And what's your name on the air? You just gave your name. You just gave your Email address them here. No. Energy and look for it. There's a there's a a policy. That's legal in Denver. Okay. I'm gonna put you on hold because I gotta take a break here..
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"I think we're doing a mating gold story just like made me cry. So how anyone could ever mistreat an animal? I mean, I think there's something inherently wrong with people who do that. So I just don't get it. They're conditional laws like constantly, you know. And I don't know. I just really admire people who do work like you do. So anyway, thank you so much. I completely agree. There the innocent among us a mini to cherish them and preserve them and protect them. They were just too many stories Claudine in everyday news about animals dog tied up in a yard and all of that. And you just wonder how can a human being be like that? And of course, we've seen we've seen certain breeds. I think that the pit bulls that have been put in a situation where they are bred, and they are trained to to hurt people there. I know that there's a big argument in terms of pip. Bulls. Whether it's nurture nature. I'm of the believer that at sadly that you know, a lot of these animals have been put into situations where they're forced to fight in. How you can do that to an animal is just beyond me. Yeah. And that's one of the reasons why I started my program for the gentle barn because I think something has to be terribly terribly broken in order for someone to be cruel to an animal and broken. Yeah. So we take those broken children we identify who they're really angry at you, get them to show their feelings and open up and become vulnerable. And then we get them to ask the animals forgiveness be forgiven and be accepted fall in love with these animals that have the same stories of the kids and turn into protectors instead of abusers and stop that cycle of violence in the inner city. Amazing program. Thanks. Thank you clubbing. Appreciate your call. Thank you, Dan. We'll name give some information about where people can get in touch with the gentle barn or how they can get. I promise you. We will. Thanks, quite appreciate it. Thank you. Bye. Six six one seven five four thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. And obviously animal abuse is not limited to urban areas of Elliot's in Los Angeles. We're in Boston. There's animal abuse that occurs in suburban America in rural America. I think that that no matter where you look you see these stories, and you just don't understand my daughter-in-law, and my my son very much involved in in in foster care for dogs placing placing abused dogs. I wanna talk about that. When we come back. I wanna talk about why it seems that in other parts of the country at least here in New England Ellie my experience in the and others may want to comment either contradict or confirm what I'm saying that there's a lot of parts of the country were dogs are treated very differently than they are here in New England. And we have we have caravans of trucks that are coming up to New England every week. With abused dogs in dogs that have been abandoned by the side of the road in in in some of our southern states with with is a more temperate climate where there's more temperate client climate. I don't know why maybe Elliott can can give us some insight into that. If you'd like to join the conversation, my guest L E lacks the founder of by gentle barn. Six one seven.
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"My guest is E lacks. She is the founder of my gentle barn, which is a bond that she explained Kirs for this on any I guess at any given time a couple of hundred abused animals in those animals also Ellie indicated to us then help people also he'll how does that work Elliott. Yeah. Once we rescue the animals and give them sanctuary and they're happy and healthy. We partner with them to heal people the same stories of abuse and neglect. So during the week, we have groups from sponsor care agencies inner city schools special needs classes probation, Cam strugging, alcohol rehab centers for teams, and they come out. And basically, they're the kids that will not respond to traditional therapy. They don't wanna talk about their feelings. They don't want to talk about their experiences. So traditional therapy doesn't really. Open them up. But we asked the becomes the gentle barn and instead of getting them to talk about painful stuff. They don't want to talk about we do the talking, and we tell the animal stories, but when we're telling the animal stories, we're really telling their story, alone and struggle and not fitting in and not feeling good enough were accepted, and as we're telling the animal stories, they're hearing their own story you cold, and they realize there's someone else in the world that feels their pain. There's someone else in the world that understands them and that someone else can find joy love and happiness again that inspires them to do the same. So through the stories of the animals and the interaction with the animals, the kids are in kindness, compassionate confidence and shelves in the barnyard changes their lives forever and over the course of twenty years. I have watched so many miracles happen in the barnyard, and we get to watch miracles every day. Well, but such a great program. Let me get a couple of phone calls in here. If you can if you like to join the conversation, give us a call if you wanna talk about animals and why they treated badly. How anyone mystery animal is beyond me. But it happens Claudine is in Beverly high Claudine you're first this hour on nightside with Ellie lacks of my gentle bond. Go ahead Claudine. Allie Hagen happy new year happy new year to you as well. Thank you. I was just I just turned it on. And I think this is a wonderful program. But you're saying the game to tell them I do believe that at all animals sort of having and they're waiting for us at the rainbow bridge. I believe in the rainbow bridge. Yeah. Me too. So I was wondering where is this century? Why? We're located in Los Angeles, California. Locations. You also have to other locations in Saint Louis, Missouri and Nashville Tennessee, so we have three so far. Okay. Out in Boston, heavy great. I would love to open one in on the east coast smacks for sure..