18 Burst results for "Cumali"
"cumali" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"Someone like the hamster. Raby should get a dog. Get a dog and a girlfriend. That's the advice or a cat. I rescue though. Yeah adopt shop. Okay okay wow. So much advice adopt don't shop stump him moving on. If you have a question for us please do send it into biking at ci mail dot com and we will give it to you straight gay and dirty that gonna shirt to know. Okay i tried. I stopped liking out. Achy mail dot com working to find you they can find me at tgi caroline on social media. I've been posting a lot. But that was because i was on vacation. And that's usually when i most active but you never know some traveling coming up. Some interesting travel that. I talk about that. A tease on the patriot cristo. In dino wanna be following me for that those going to be a lot of reporting on the scene there's gonna be some close friends content. You're going to have to be curious down there too on your stories looking forward to a So get get in there now at j. caroline also be following us at taking ow and most importantly melody you can be found at melody. Cumali fun all social media platforms. I finally got a new phone. Like truly i have posting became waiting. I i've i've had iphone seven like this whole time guys like i. I can actually film video where audio will also be recorded with it. I can take non blurry photos. I'm going to make content. I'll make a tick talk even. Oh my gosh watch out world. Watch out at melody cumali or hiking out or taking up. Podcast love it. Well thank you for dining out with us this week. We'll see you next tuesday..
"cumali" Discussed on The Edge with Mark Thompson
"It's not racist but you know of other ring and other a un-american nist that is levied in exploited in order to maintain power and so it's definitely concomitant with the presidency of donald trump and really the factors that i think lead to its rise is again this mainstreaming of hate this normalization of white nationalism and also the in my zeeshan of white nationalism so we can see that the evidence of this or one example of this is that in the aftermath of january six. I mean many insurrectionist really. They're slowly but perhaps not surely being found we still haven't come to grips. You cannot even acknowledged white nationalist terrorists. There is no necessarily. I mean the the the the systemic racism that has allowed also white nationalism to flourish and kind of plays a role in that is leveraged by white nationalist and also created by white nationalists is not even acknowledged so there are so many factors not really have given rise to conspiracy theories like to on and i mean you know. Look i shouldn't say even but it's also emblematic of how transnational national has become and People that japan for example are adherence of q even though she was supposed to be a patriot by many adherents account and very close to donald trump. So you know what would maybe ask. Well what do people at. Why would people in japan being invested too but they most definitely are because is a factor as we previously talked about. Wow wow that's absolutely wild so in a kind of a summary of some of what you've just said it's sort of a remix q. Is of a lot of the old theories that we've seen a lot through white nationalist history since the birth of the country but again it's a remix so there's stuff of contemporary society integrated with some of as you suggested. Some of these well traveled roads. That's i think that's a great way to put. It might be a disheartening. I dunno record to listen to. But but i think that's not a remix you you enjoy hearing but it's but it's a fact. I can't wait to get into this book. Homegrown hate white. Nationalist and militant islamists are waging war against the united states. You know it sounds to me. As though it's one of those books that was so well and so took up so much of your life for so long. I like that at the end of it. You seem to point to a way to tackle some of this show at least know that. We're reaching toward a solution or potential solutions at the end. Saara saara cumali. Good luck with the research. Thank you sir circa molly. Thanks for joining us to really good thinkers hope you enjoyed these conversations with mark shara and until next time. If you want to reach the show you can reach us at edge with mark thompson at gmail.com now until next time. Thank you bye-bye..
"cumali" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"That you both love or something like that and showed her like that would be touching and unexpected coming from you if your thing is usually just you know calling the cable company to dispute a charge. Don't be afraid of being corny. I would say yeah. i've never like. I can't think of any time that somebody did something corny. Where i was like. Oh god knowing. Yeah as long as he loved the per se. Yeah find corny. But chances are you. Don't love them you can't. It's impossible to feel that way about someone you're in love with. Yeah also i stay. Do a staycationing. You cut their cost to travel and goes drive somewhere close by airbnb. Has like a tiny houses. Now are just like i. Houses re houses. Those are the tiny houses like in the woods. I don't know where this listeners writing from. But they have civic area so there's probably a billion options. Yeah yeah there's some good affordable options. I guess especially if you're looking for flexible dates. They've i'm flexible option. So you can like schedule that trip and do some of caroline's romantic ideas in the interim. Here's another idea if you have time to plan it. If you can secretly ask your friends people who know you both as a couple and get them to write down or send you like their favorite memory of youtube as a couple and maybe that could go along with the pictures and that's always like a fun thing to read nice things that other people say about you to kind of like when you get married you know but if you've been together for ten years that seems like a cool time to do that. Yeah do a ten year anniversary schedule. A photo shoot romantic or just for like people as vagueness median cio. Medians love photos of themselves and funny. Cecilia always wants to do a photo. Shoot with me and i zero interest. I'm like and we just have pictures of us while we're like doing things on vacation. I like those photos. But i don't need like a photo shoot besides our wedding. When you're both performers true. We love it. Okay thank you. But i think i think that's more than enough ideas. Yeah we can maybe like have people weigh in on the post post with some budget friendly romantic date ideas. Yes yes posted on our post with the episode art this week and if you have a question you know even though we have a bunch in the bag you can still send it in dining out at ci mao dot com and you can follow us everywhere at viking out you can follow me at tgi caroline. Hey now that. I have a new phone. Start doing more on social media. Look now that. I'm not going to people. Mock me for my camera. possibly i still have android. I'm not giving it up. What was that. We made a tic talk and someone commented like who's the handwriting android shaped on. Sorry i don't like to upgrade. My phone's unless i need to because i care about the environment and my wallet mostly your wallet because i'd also winning. Look okay you can follow me at melody cumali where hoping to get a fire island post up there. Check it out and that's all for us this week. We hope you join us to dyke out again next week and we'll see you next tuesday.
"cumali" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"That even if you make like a slide show make cheesy slide show to a song that you both love or something like that and showed her like that would be touching and unexpected coming from you if your thing is usually just you know calling the cable company to dispute a charge. Don't be afraid of being corny. I would say yeah. i've never like. I can't think of any time that somebody did something corny. Where i was like. Oh god knowing. Yeah as long as he loved the per se. Yeah find corny. But chances are you. Don't love them you can't. It's impossible to feel that way about someone you're in love with. Yeah also i stay. Do a staycationing. You cut their cost to travel and goes drive somewhere close by airbnb. Has like a tiny houses. Now are just like i. Houses re houses. Those are the tiny houses like in the woods. I don't know where this listeners writing from. But they have civic area so there's probably a billion options. Yeah yeah there's some good affordable options. I guess especially if you're looking for flexible dates. They've i'm flexible option. So you can like schedule that trip and do some of caroline's romantic ideas in the interim. Here's another idea if you have time to plan it. If you can secretly ask your friends people who know you both as a couple and get them to write down or send you like their favorite memory of youtube as a couple and maybe that could go along with the pictures and that's always like a fun thing to read nice things that other people say about you to kind of like when you get married you know but if you've been together for ten years that seems like a cool time to do that. Yeah do a ten year anniversary schedule. A photo shoot romantic or just for like people as vagueness median cio. Medians love photos of themselves and funny. Cecilia always wants to do a photo. Shoot with me and i zero interest. I'm like and we just have pictures of us while we're like doing things on vacation. I like those photos. But i don't need like a photo shoot besides our wedding. When you're both performers true. We love it. Okay thank you. But i think i think that's more than enough ideas. Yeah we can maybe like have people weigh in on the post post with some budget friendly romantic date ideas. Yes yes posted on our post with the episode art this week and if you have a question you know even though we have a bunch in the bag you can still send it in dining out at ci mao dot com and you can follow us everywhere at viking out you can follow me at tgi caroline. Hey now that. I have a new phone. Start doing more on social media. Look now that. I'm not going to people. Mock me for my camera. possibly i still have android. I'm not giving it up. What was that. We made a tic talk and someone commented like who's the handwriting android shaped on. Sorry i don't like to upgrade. My phone's unless i need to because i care about the environment and my wallet mostly your wallet because i'd also winning. Look okay you can follow me at melody cumali where hoping to get a fire island post up there. Check it out and that's all for us this week. We hope you join us to dyke out again next week and we'll see you next tuesday.
"cumali" Discussed on Stitch Please
"Would love this to love this and will be really proud on the. I am stepping into something. That i've already been into but it's just nice to finally have that present and more out there more because as a kid. I was so insecure. I was i was a follower was like a sheep. You know i was just laying low along in all ally get along. Yes yes and. I didn't walk very confident. I know there was a few times. A mom talked about it. Lifted up you know. Straighten your backout those lunch over. It's which is great. Because they nowadays people. Tell me you walk with so confidence you walk into a room and we just just feel that and i thought my mom must be just right baby. That's my commodity right there. That's her you with that. Yes yes and so it took a little bit longer than expected but but it just i always humble myself when i get compliments and stuff like this because people knew my story knew how i was beforehand. They know this took a lot of work. A lot of a lot of inner work and that gives us a really beautiful point on which to end. What would you advise cumali. If you know for people who are listening right now who might be struggling with some of the issues that you struggle with before you were able to step into your wholeness into the wealth of the perfection that you are how what are some of the early steps you might give to somebody who was in your position. Maybe ten fifteen years ago or who would often walk with their chin down instead of up. What do you have to say to someone who's listening. Who might be in that position now is is easier said than done. But it's really just channel out outside outside comments from other people and to really look within yourself for what i did was every morning i would get up and how will complement my body. And when i go shower. I would say hey. I love my body elected win my arms looking. I like the way my legs looking must stomach is looking great. And i'm full of stretch marks in. I love those when i was early. Mom used to them now. I love them. But that's because. I kept constant telling myself look. You grow humor in here. Gave birth to this human. The c section scar shows that you went through surgery to give birth to a beautiful blessing. Three beautiful blesses daily practice daily practice even for myself. Now being confident. I tomas myself. This daily is not something that you know. Just go a couple days without you know until myself this daily to really just the more and writing to myself also helps i write. I write about what i love about myself. I write about something that i may be challenged with something. I may need to change my thinking on. So rioting have to look at myself in. The mirror helps taking pictures of pitchers. Help gains in your pictures. The warranty netscape the more. I feel really good about myself. You know so the pitchers. I can't say that i would it would be. It wouldn't be the whole patch package. If i didn't take as many pictures you know there are lots of things to contribute it to my confidence and taking these pictures of myself was one of them. Complement myself was another one of them. You know outside sources were not the reason why is great to have compliments from friends and family. But if i don't see myself that does is so it's so true. So i practice that stuff and i. It's self care is also insanely important. Because if you're not taking care of yourself you're not really yourself and life gets in the way solic- easy to just slack on that trust me. It's whenever i'm sorry it is okay. I find that. Whenever i'm going through a rut a realized is because i didn't have the self care that i needed some time away because i can sometimes get swamped with so many or with the kids house. But knowing that i if i take care of myself i and put ourselves first. Then you're able to do so much better in life so putting myself i Is a great is a great thing you know. I'm sure i'm a mom. I'm a wife a so is but i'm also cumali. I am putting myself. I am making sure. I feel my own cup of i and that's how i'm able to you know help out and do my job properly. Absolutely loved that cumali. Thank you so much for being here with us today to share this. This is really so powerful and just so generous. Can you tell us where we can find you on the social so we can follow your follow your journey some more. Yes peace and blessings to you. I'm so thankful for this opportunity. Thank you for bringing me up here. My instagram handle is a commodity dot. Obiago this k. A. m. a. l. i. dot obi a. g. u. I also have a blog post. That is a blog website. Excuse me that is. Www dot ob makes that calm and we will be sure to put those in the notes so after you listen to this episode you can just scroll down and click right on these things and you can see some of the hottest images on as internet because the looks that kamali put together are just absolutely inspirational the accessories. I love the ones that you have with the cuff. The cuffs on your wrist and the choker the co oh my god is just black and that royalty into my mt. My exactly what it looks like. That's exactly what it looks like cumali. Thank you so much everyone. This has been a wonderful comfort with khumalo beyoglu and do check her out. She has been fantastic. And you've been talking. You've been listening today to talk about intentional sewing intentional. Living and i hope that this conversation has given you something to practice. It's certain giving given me something to practice. It is certain is certainly given me something to practice with the daily affirmations and just little things you know you can think things we control our thoughts. We control those and we.
Fashion Designer Norma Kamali Spills Her 3 Pillars of Wellness
"Are honored to have iconic american designer cumali on the podcast this week. Norma is seventy five and has been in the fashion industry for over fifty years in this episode. We cover norma's career path her pillars to health and wellness and her approach to aging with power as well as the launch of her new book. I am invincible. So we hope you guys love it as much as we do and stay tuned for norma's popcorn recipe unreal. We have so much to talk about your book. Your pillars your age with power. We're i'm so into it. I'm so yeah let's just jump right in. Can you tell us. I your three pillars to normalize the whole idea of a healthy lifestyle is based on three pillars and it sleep diet exercise and if you have a high of the three sleep is fifty percent of the pie sleep is critically important for restoring and you have to restore same day like you can't miss sleep and then make it up on saturday not gonna work because you really are turning ourselves every day. You're breaking down your immune system getting broken down to you. Need to really rebuild restore and nothing does better than sleep. In fact a very prominent doctor told me last week that the best results of the facts seeing the covid vaccine from anywhere is sleep. That if you have the vaccine and then you go to bed a new sleep as much as you can. You will get the best results. And i at seventy five. Made it to the front of the line. Ladies my sneeze the second vaccine from madeira. Knock me out. And i'm like i'm like the energizer bunny and i deci- of work to do when i was meeting with contractors to fix a house and all of a sudden i feel like rule and i slept for eighteen hours gun. What so sleep. It's an example of how importantly visited diana's exercise you know everybody knows that exercise is critical. Having physical activity and being engaged every day in some physical activity is critically important and also exercise where you try to get to the next level to try something a little bit more thing works on our ability to take on. Life's challenges may be. It's at work or maybe it's just challenges that have to do with life itself when we know we can do it in exercise it really gives us a subliminal confidence about doing it in other aspects of our lives and diet is simple. I mean you have a budget for food. We all eat more than we need to eat. And if we ate last but better quality food your diet than just falls into place. I mean everybody knows sugar socks and you don like everybody else. What's good and bad that we are past that lesson but eating better quality and less of an binding different patterns may be like intermittent fasting. Whatever it is sleep diet and exercise doesn't have to cost you a penny more than what you're spending and you can even save money if you do these things right and and you can start right away. You don't have to wait for a message from whatever guru you're paying to get In the right direction you can do it yourself today
"cumali" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
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"cumali" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
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"cumali" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
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"cumali" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"cumali" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"And welcome to taking out a podcast. That doubles is a vaccine against the patriarchy. I'm caroline bear. She a an. I'm Melody Cumali. And today we're taking out with cartoonist. And the creator of Netflix Shira and the Princess of Power Noelle. Stevenson debt interview was pre recorded. So we're going to get to that in just a few minutes but first what's going on Melody How's it going? Hey I'm I'm just hanging out and you know sweating. It's our I really hot day here in New York. Yes Prospect Park. Absolutely no one in masks. That was very cool to see how now yeah. I went around just taking pictures of people. I don't know who I plan on sending it to like if it's for Shaun King or something just going up to groups of like what a snap shirtless white men snapping picks and now. I've got all that on my phone but otherwise pretty good yeah. Today was the first day that I realized that natural. Deodorant is in fact just deodorant and not an antiperspirant. At least it works on something on one thing and one thing. Yeah I've never had. It worked for anything when I've tried natural deodorant in the past. Yeah my armpits smell lovely. They're just very moist. I've been sweating nonstop from the backs of my knees like that's new. Is that something that happens when you enter thirty. Is that just a furry Persian thing like what it's dripping from the backs of my knees? I feel like I get back of the knee sweat. I also get like a lot of sweat Yeah but I think that started in my twenties something else that I also have antibodies. She has antibodies. And that means you're tested negative for covert and positive for antibodies. Antibodies which actually probably means nothing at all we have no idea what it means because Celia tested negative and she was around me. We were By the way I'm gay we're smooching the entire time during the quarantine even when I was sick and she never had any symptoms of L. Find the whole time. We thought she gave it to me. I was pretty sure she'd have antibodies but the tests. I'm hearing are thirty. Forty percent inaccurate buds. More than I probably would even expect at this point. Yeah it's a pretty big scam. I think and I almost feel like maybe they just took our blood and when they asked us if we had symptoms or not they just like wrote positive next to mine and negative next or something have fun with an just put it up but yeah we don't know like if that means I can still get it if she can still get it. Can we pass it on to other people? Who knows so? We're staying inside for the foreseeable future more of the same. Yeah more of the same more. Lots of cooking inside of our apartment. That takes a lot of time so actually I called up a past guest. Alex Kunas of Babe Town and she's been doing a awesome meal delivery service during quarantine for people in the New York area. And I think twice a week she's making deliveries of meals and she has all different options. If you're Vegan or gluten free. Whatever she has it yeah she's been feeding us for the past few weeks and it's been great so. I just want to give a shout out to her for keeping things going and finding like a creative way to keep doing what she does and having is feeding queries. If you don't remember who Alex Kunas it was our dykes spaces. Episode of the PODCAST. Hice I have the menu pulled up and it looks de- leash it is it's really delicious and wants to Celia eating. She's like it really. Feels like it was made with with love. Good home cooking but like delivered to your door. It was made with love is love is love is love. Yes that should be the tagline. What else is up? You know the continuation of things being cancelled and postponed indefinitely. And one of the ones. That I'm Kinda bummed about is that I had great tickets to go see Lance Morissette with garbage and Liz Fair. This summer which noticing a teenage dream for me and And a current dream. Because I listened to the same music I listened to as a teenager. I don't know how I missed that. I can't believe you missed it. While now you might be able to get tickets on the cell backmarker. Whatever because they didn't cancel it. They postponed it and take a master's doing this with a lot of their concerts. So you can't get a refund and if you're not available for the new date of it and you're just kind of screwed and have to sell the tickets but that's hard to do right now for events that are a year out or whatever and I spent a pretty penny on them and like my money's just been held hostage and I'm seeing on twitter to a lot of other people are dealing with the same thing that they paid for something. They can't go to the date that it was rescheduled to and then their economic situation has changed so now they would like that money back. And it's just in the slimy bank account of Ticketmaster who I've hated for a long time and I don't know why people deal with them. I don't know how you get tickets to big concerts like that. Like when Bikini. Kill on that reunion tour dates. I tried that's the first time I've tried in nears. I'm like this. Is the one big concert. I try to get tickets to How do you get they sell out immediately in the scalpers within five minutes on the resale sites for you know ten times the price? I don't understand how to obtain coveted tickets. They need a better system especially for like Bikini kills. You should have like proof that you've eaten policy to get own line like they shouldn't be letting people who are clearly scalpers and posers. Yeah that was upsetting a morning at all over again. I want that sorry that they're open those you use. Okay yeah other than that. It's just more more quarantine. What are you watching? How are you coping? I think at this point. It's impressive I have not made a meal like everyone's cooking. I don't know how I used to be able to take care of myself. I'm very codependent relationships and have just been lucky enough to date people who cook well and enjoy cooking and it's very much my girlfriend's love language to make me food and like not just make it like played it. Well it to me like she loves any Graham. What is it to what it's like a personality? Test at the Myers Briggs. It's on a numerical scale. Most comedians are for you. Know need validation and so it'd be interesting to see if you're like me you know. I took this dark personality test. And it's about like all the darkest human traits you have and I was surprised that I came out much lower than I would have thought and I was answering the questions. I'm like no. This is horrifying. Who would who would say this? And I also had a hunch that Cecilia would have a higher dark personality than me. Which most people wouldn't think because my humor's very dark and CECELIA's like the most delightful person you've ever met and I was rice. We she was. She was way darker than me. But I've seen her and yes trauma will do that. The listeners do see the really happy are usually for the cover on the episodes of the things in progress in your apartment. I usually see on. Campus are dark. Yeah yeah a lot of lives going into eyeballs but yes still on my you know streak of not making food pretty impressive. Been eating and watching. Tv I do want to interrupt and say that so I've been I've been baking which is something that I haven't done too much until maybe like this past year but now I'm like regularly baking in quarantine and I made these gluten free cake scones With an orange glaze and they were to die for and. Cecilia has never been so impressed with me. I think it's like it doesn't matter how many times she seen me like perform on or like do great in front of a big crowd like these scones she liked cannot believe she's married to me. It's great and it sucks. I wish I could share them with people. I mean I guess I could share the recipe. Just Google it or aren't that many yeah. Why don't you send that recipe to Allie? Thank you so much anyway. You're eating your winding. You're coming. Yeah right now. I'm watching the last dance. I can't get enough of it. I don't expect you to know what that mean. I is Julia stiles involved in any way glue but there are celebrities. Jam packed with celebrities. It's Michael Jordan's Docu series. It's about Michael Jordan and his time with the Chicago Bulls. I've heard really. Let's see Oh you you would actually enjoy one part of it. Because there's an episode where they go into Scottie. Pippen and Dennis Rodman and you do see some footage of Dennis. Rodman like walking out of a party with Madonna Madonna. Say That yeah. She's a big part of his basketball origin. Story like he apparently was kind of like didn't really come into his own when he was playing for the Detroit. Pistons eventually got big start playing for the Bulls and he says that Madonna. Who helped him recognize that? He's a star and special and he should really like you know Max out to his potential good on Madonna. She's being real weird in quarantine producing some really questionable out of touch bathtub videos. Yeah Yeah Colin coronavirus the the great equalizer because she yeah Albans scared? I think God it's not. It's still like everything. Crushing the most vulnerable populations speaking of crushing Michael Jordan. And the game. Is there anything more than him? Just being like a great basketball player was there you get episodes. It's like you watch and you're like wow. He is the best and then they come out with an episode is like actually he's a monster and this is how he screwed people over. You just see how competitive. He is how he interacted with his teammates. There's an episode where you get into how he started making a lot of money off his shoe lines and kind of selling out. There is that infamous quote from him where he didn't speak out against injustice from the Republican side and said something like Republicans buy shoes to like wasn't vocal though some might say he's the Ellen Degeneres s of basketball players. Some pink haired Daikin Al Co host would say that would just jump at an opportunity to bring up. Ellen are memed very well yes that means we put out to me one. I wouldn't even consider meme but we are trying and it seems so obvious now but I'm like we should be making memes about dining out and not just trying to make like general as being memes. Yeah then they're all going to be about me trying to work. Ellen are about Jenny Schecter. We'll see yeah so you're watching Michael Jordan. I also know that you've been watching. I think you've talked about this a little bit lesbians on Instagram. Live that you're watching speaking of basketball players. Let's talk about the ones. I care about the gay seasons of basketball players. We got gay Susan for his sue bird. I've probably talked about her a lot in my short tenure as co host already but I ever offered. I am obsessed. I love sue bird. I was obsessed with the Yukon nine hundred ninety nine women's basketball team. My Dad and uncles best friend played on the men's team in the eighty so he had season passes and we.
"cumali" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"When I came out of the closet like my life got so much better right and I was so excited. I just want that for other people. I just think that certain people who can be how would be happier. But you know they say about the road to hell and what paves it. You know paved pussy. I'm dying out your let's die together. Hi and welcome to die. Cutting out a podcast. That's just like a stimulus package but for gain this. I'm caroline bear. She a Melody Cumali and today we're taking out with comedian ever maynard about being outed ever as an L. A. based comedian. Who can be seen in Netflix? The fields paddle tin and most recently in Conan's digital series meet the staff they perform throughout the US in Europe. Ever welcome to the PODCAST. Hi Thank you for having me I ever. It's so nice. I made myself a nice. Little Cup of tea was great. Yeah Cozy Cup of tea while I spill the t. You better follow up on that. I want some tea spell during this episode. Yeah just some background for the listeners. Ever is the reason I do comedy. I swear I ever when I first moved to Chicago and we worked at the starbucks and the second city building and shift supervisor and you invited me to a comedy show. It was ha ha ha. I believe I invited you to the edge. I have a piece of paper. I still have a memory box that you ripped off it said Haha hotties and the address and like the ticket prices like she didn't even calm me. I found it. But yeah you like signed me up for your open mic. The first time ever did an open mic. And know that Mustaphya right there and call some bullshit on this because a couple of episodes ago. You said that Cameron Esposito was the road. Yeah Melody Listen. Back to that episode. I go ever Maynard's the reason I started comedy. Swear mentioned it and I brought up. Ha ha ha cameras can be. Don't choose like wow you did. Oh by the way the guy who runs ha ha hotties Dave. Dave gold turned out to be mega creep really. I can't believe the guy who allowed the one show women were allowed on. That was called the Ha Ha Hadi's ended up being a creep. I would like to apologize on this. Podcast you're just being really stressed out shift supervisor for carrying too much Shit Job. I cared so much about getting the daily tasks book done why you cared so much about the rules but you also are such an impact and you really cared what we all thought of you. Having a good Shane. What's going on? What do you need? I need an extra mad at me. Hey Yeah Everwood and I can tell you wanted to. We want start being friends and you would invite me to stuff and then we just be like having a great time talking about you know teagan and Sara or whatever and then you just feel like anyways some homeless man just diarrhea at all over the bathroom. If you could just so hard to call to me friendship for time she was telling me to clean poop and also looking back. It's like that's on her job to clean up human excrement and love like no we should. That is insane. You know I don't think you have to apologize for anything ever because when I think back to the jobs that I took most seriously in my life it was like the hourly customer service type jobs like working in the movie theater working in a grocery store. I took those very seriously but then when I worked in advertising impossible to take very seriously you know like grocery stores like. That's how people feed themselves. That's how they get food if you were to squish some women's bred. Her job is to sell people get her better. Wraps you gotta get it? I mean these are what are considered the essential jobs right now addition doctors and nurses and sanitation. But they're very important and keeping our society running and keeping us from total collapse. I think speaking of total collapse. We have an announcement and that is that everything is still cancelled surprise. I know that some of you said that you wanted us to try to maybe do like zoom show or something online because we can't do the stonewall show and we're thinking about it we'll think about it stonewall and its employees. They could definitely use the help right now and we would like to do that so if we can get our act together and figure out what would make a good show on the Internet's maybe we'll do it and you guys will be the first to now in the meantime if you haven't done so already radas five stars on Apple podcasts. It really makes a difference. We really appreciate it and you can also just recommend us to somebody you know. Ask people what they're listening to or if you ever see People asking you know what podcast I listen to. I don't care who they are. They can diko with us. Just let them know. I got a really bad review. The I I'm I really started doing. Stand up in Chicago like you know. Do when you're first starting out not necessarily spit in gold Speak nurse ourselves. Yelp I I was so bad that a man named jungle boogie Jay who came to the Haris show yelped about how bad my set was. Well then answers my question of how your comedy was reviewed but that's devastating a bad yelp review when you're not even the venue I'm trying to. I'm going to try to find this right now. I'M GONNA go to Yelp so I can read this to you if that's okay. Yes I mean you're going to want to go to profile to and see if he's leaving like only one star reviews on things. Oh my God you remember his username. It was traumatizing. Sorry to bring it up. I was twenty one to your morning pages every day. You're like well I'm GONNA show him eight four eight well. He wrote a review that he was like painstakingly. Bad like clawing. And your seat. Because you can't leave because she's standing right in front of you and my God how it works. That'd be brutal. Brutal takedown us. I hope you find the calm and then you can just reply to it like it's they then eleven years later. Goddamn listen my my comedy still painstakingly bad. But he went his own. Okay well ever while you look that up. I'm going to give everybody a quick update on my corona virus because people have been messaging me to ask how I am feeling right now. Better airline has the Rono. Yeah and people were very concerned. I had a mild case but it's been lasting a wild and I'm on maybe week. Four of being sick since the symptoms started their tapering off. But I'm still having like bad headaches ear pain and being really tired. I'm just GONNA go ahead and say corona virus is a bitch and I hate her and nothing good has come of this like I thought. Maybe at a minimum. Like there'd be a a love confession or someone who's wrong me in the past would come forward and apologize but there hasn't been any of that it's just No it's just an outpouring of support from your listeners community. Sorry that all these people caring about my health. Then I'm getting messages from old co workers who live in other states and they don't know anybody who has corona virus so they're like reaching out to me like I'm some type a unicorn or something. That's just all of my. Dm's right now. And I really thought there'd be at least one person who has like. Hey remember a couple years ago and I was like Kinda Shitty t u This is put things in perspective. And I'm sorry but now not a single. I found it okay. Speaking of animals is if you did it. I'm so proud of you can't even arena. Sees doke through the trenches. As if it wasn't bookmark nice one. Mel's he changed his. It is two thousand nine. He gave it four out of five stars. Oh that's check list. Oh my God. It's so bad listening to this. I'm going to read the whole review. Maybe another review. It is so long if your friends caught some advertisement and are thinking. It's a show of sexy comedians and sexy gear dot dot dot. It's nice second year sexy gear dot. It's not okay here. We go check out the ha ha ha all female. Comedians show last night twelve dollars. A ticket and the show was approximately ninety minutes with about six or seven comedians. In the description of this show it says other comedy clubs might have a good female comedian or two and a few might even have a looker. In the lineup. Ha Ha Hadi's however is the best of the best the funniest heartiest there's nothing bomb about these bombshells. That was the description of a comedy. Show that the females in Chicago. Were doing early two thousands the only way. I I hold up for a non Chicago comedian here like did this show really discriminate against people who weren't quote Unquote Hadi's or did everyone get booked anyway. If you're a woman both hang on I now I see. Okay here we go. I disagree with the statement at least the later portion of the ladies which started the lineup. Take one young lady from Texas. Her overall show was just hard to watch. Imagine in your seat. Gritting her teeth trying to hold a half ass smile so that it alerts the comedian to change the topic or save herself. Bad to terrible with a few giggles. I'm glad there was a gradual transition of comedy. From bad to fucking hilarious. A few comics stood out stars. Kelly Howard was the closer. Her routine was a fucking riot. It's like okay. All right they talk shit about some other comedians. If you join their mailing list you can score Bogo coupon good till March. Two thousand nine so after this review. I'm sure everybody's GonNa be trying to get that Bogo. God Yeah Anyway remembered his name but at least Kelly. Howard still does comedy. Oh Yeah Kelly's great Kelly's awesome. You'll let me check out what's going on in the lesbian world. I'm going to after Ellen. Dot Com no. I'll let you thought after Ellen Dot Com but now after Allen Dot com is.
"cumali" Discussed on Footsteps to Heaven
"Full of challenges. Sometimes we get stalled. Sometimes we get sidetracked when we walk with Jesus. In the power of the Holy Spirit to the destination, that God. The father designed for us. The results are better than we could ask for or imagine. And now here's your host, Terry Modibo. There is something burdening, my heart today that I read luckily, talk about in this episode it is not something that I really want to do, but I feel necessary to do the gospel reading at Sunday mass was about the multiplication of the loaves and fish, the priest who gave the homily at the mass that I attended, preach the heresy that I have heard all too often down through the years the heresy that it was not a supernatural miracle when the loaves and efficient the food was multiplied so much that. There were twelve basketfuls leftover afterwards, the heresy, maybe you've heard it is that really the people had brought the food with them, but they weren't sharing it. And the real miracle is that Jesus convinced everybody to share their food with each other. So that everybody had more than enough. The reason why I call it a heresy is because if we are to believe that Jesus did not perform a supernatural miracle of the multiplication of a meager amount of food. Then why should anyone believe that Jesus does the miracle of multiplying himself in the eucharistic? Feast, the eucharistic banquet that we celebrate mass. Why should anyone believe that the bread and the wine are super naturally? Shamed into the real body and blood of Jesus Christ. I mean. It doesn't look like it, it doesn't smell, like it, it doesn't taste like it. Unless the Lord is giving you a supernatural experience of it. Jesus multiplies himself through the miracle of the Eucharist at every mass the multiplication of the loaves and fish. That incident was a precursor. This is what it teaches. It was a precursor to the Eucharist and the institution of the Eucharist. So if one miracle didn't happen really super naturally, why should we believe that the miracle at mass happens soon? I mean, how blasphemous this is it comes from a lack of understanding that miracles are supposed to be happening today that the supernatural is supposed to be normal everyday life for Christian. There is a lot of misunderstanding of scripture of the miracles of Jesus in scripture because. As we are not alive in the Holy Spirit as a church. There are many priests in here's where I'm gonna get into trouble, possibly, there are many priests who do not have a full relationship with the Holy Spirit of fully alive relationship with the Holy Spirit, which typically comes from what we call the baptism of the Holy Spirit, which is presented to us throughout the church in the life in the spirit seminar. But it's not the only way to receive a full personal fully activated. Relationship with the Holy Spirit. There are other ways that this lack of living fully live in the Holy Spirit is harming the church and this episode unfortunately, I am zeroing in on the clergy because they are called to be our shepherd. They are called to awaken in all of us a hunger for a life that is fully alive in Holy Spirit. So many clergy that I have. Experienced and that I've heard from people who have experienced it, there's a burden on my heart over, what is lacking in the church through lacking, a life that is fully alive in only spirit. We need to pray in all of feel this frustration and the sadness, we need to be praying for the whole church, but starting with ourselves come. Holy Spirit film me come. Holy spirit. Fill your church today. Give us a new Pentecost. Does that sound familiar? It is one of the official prayers of the church to be praying for the Holy Spirit to calm and give us a new Pentecost and renew the body of Christ today, and renew the face of the earth through the body of Christ today. There are so many ways that the lack of being fully alive in the Holy Spirit is detrimentally affecting the church through our clergy. I am not just. Pointing my finger at the clergy. This is a problem amongst all believers who are not fully alive in the Holy Spirit. And even those of us who are who values that relationship with the Holy Spirit and do what we can every day to, to come. Fully alive. Cumali spirit film, me when we are not fully doing with the Holy Spirit is calling us to do that is sin, and we need to repent of that, and it happens every day, we need to examine our consciences. So I'm not pointing my fingers just at the clergy. But sadly, this episode is primarily about the clergy because this is how urgent the situation is. And how important is that we be praying for our priests praying for them to come fully alive in spirit, praying for the Holy Spirit to come and blow through the church and help the church be all that we are called to be in unity. Lady and priests together. But one of the ways that I hear so much about in from people who are grieving and frustrated because their clergy are not alive. Analii spirit is in legalism. It is in how some priests certainly not all some priests nit-pick about the way we worship. I knew a priest once, for example, who wanted his altar servers to fold their hands in a certain way throughout the mass, and when they didn't do that, when they got a little Lazier, if they forgot to do it right there during the mass, he would give them the evil high. He would give them a look that says you're doing bad he would put his hands in the position. He wanted the altar servers to have their hands in and show it to. To them as a reminder of what they are supposed to be doing. But the whole congregation saw it, how embarrassing for those kids, how many of them thought about quitting being an altar server. I don't know how many of them and this happened many years ago. How many of them are fully alive in the faith now attending church now? And it might not be because of an incident like that. It could be an accumulation of a whole bunch of that kind of attitude. This is an example of how clergy with the best of intentions, but a lack of listening to the Holy Spirit who gives us compassion. Has harmed the church because it is compassion. The compassion of Jesus Christ that the Holy Spirit fills us with when we are doing what God the father calls us to do. But when we get caught up in nitpicking about the way things are done compassion goes out the window. I've heard of priests who have nitpicked about the way people come up in the communion line. I will admit it right here, taking a risk for the sake of the glory of God. And for the sake of the people who have suffered this, same type of nitpicking lack of compassion, lack of spirit filled shepherding, when Ralph and I get into the communion line, we pull up side-by-side to receive communion side. By side as a witness of the sacredness of marriage of the union, that we are called to have as husband and wife. But there are some core g who say and it's founded on good ideas and good, theology. But there's something missing in the nitpicking that they do some cordial say that it is wrong to be side by side in receiving communion because we look different than the people who are not side by side as if we want to draw attention to ourselves and some clergy, also say that it ruins the unity of the parish, everybody doing the same thing is what creates unity doing. Everything in mass the same way, whether everybody into parish raises their hands and certain point amass or don't raise their hands, whether we kneel together, or don't heal together. There are some differences, for example in wen to kneel in. Some dioceses around the world. We are to stand at certain places in other dioceses, we are to kneel. And when I've seen it when somebody comes from one of those other parishes, they come to our parish and they stand while everyone else's kneeling. Now granted yes, my attention is drawn to that person. It's a distraction, but it is temporary because it is my responsibility to get my focus back on the Lord. It is everyone's responsibility to keep our focus on Jesus. Not on the priest not on the person who's doing things a little bit differently. But on Jesus really says on this issue. First of all, understand that there are degrees of required compliance, various degrees, which means that the weight of the norms vary. They're called norms. They are not called laws. These are not church laws. These are norms this is what is supposed to be normal worship. And there's different weight applied in the instructions indicated by the words must should and may we're to be, neither overly rigid, nor overly lax in using the instructions, what the general structure of the Roman missile says, about posture in the communion line is not meant as a rigid law. But as a preferred guideline and it forbids. This is a stronger rule the denial of communion to those who choose to kneel instead of out. We need to understand that. The general instructions is in international document written to provide the broadest of guidelines in view of the many legitimate alternatives employed in the eucharistic liturgy around the world. Okay. It is not a hard and fast, black, and white set of rules. It's not at the same level as moral teachings, for example, the church, which are black and white. Paragraph number five of the instruction says that the celebration of the Eucharist like the entire liturgy involves the use of outward signs that foster strengthened and express faith. There must be utmost care, therefore to choose to make wise use of those forms and elements provided by the church that in view of the circumstances of the people and the place will best foster active and full participation and serve the spiritual wellbeing of the faithful with this saying, is that if there is any legalistic black and white. Here's what you must do. And what you must not do what your to do what you're not allowed to do fall in line. Do exactly, as I say, if that is the motivation behind being told that we cannot do what our consciences. And our personal relationship with God is telling us to do there's something wrong there, because what is most important is the fostering of active and full participation and the spiritual wellbeing of the faithful now regarding movements and postures during receiving communion paragraph. Twenty says the uniform any in standing kneeling or sitting to be observed by all is a sign of the community and of the unity of the assembly. This is what our priests are referring to rightfully so when they tell us that we are to be doing the same thing in the communion line as everyone else. This is a sign of community and unity, it, both expresses, this paragraph says and fosters the spiritual attitude of those taking part, expresses and fosters the spiritual attitude. Why what is it really saying here, what is the bottom line of this, uniformity is about the spiritual attitude. What spiritual attitude? What's the bottom line of anything? Love the unity that comes from love paragraph. Sixty two says in the celebration of mass. The faithful are a holy people, people God has made his own a Royal priesthood. See, that's what happens my friend, when we fully participate in the mass, mass itself, reconvert, sus, nice reconvert, because every time I go back to mass this is what's happening. We are being reconverted letting go of our sins pools away from this and being reconverted into being a holy people, a Royal priesthood,.
"cumali" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"KFC K traffic tip line. Dial pound two fifty and say traffic traffic on the tans every ten minutes, mornings and afternoons. Brian Noble's news ninety three point one K F E K today. We'll be mostly sunny. It'll be breezy and warmer with a high of eighty five this afternoon, mainly clear, low fifty four tonight, mostly sunny and nice tomorrow and Sunday, high eighty one tomorrow and eighty three Sunday, I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Heather zehr. News ninety three point one K F B K right now it is forty two in south Lake Tahoe. If you're heading to the bay area this morning, sixty two degrees right now in the bay bridge. Fifty two in Sacramento at news ninety three point one KFI K stories trending on this Friday morning. Governor Gavin Newsom as unveiled a revised version of the state budget proposal. Republicans are criticizing the budget is a big spending plan Newsome says the revised budget of more than two hundred thirteen billion dollars prepares California for the next downturn. And confronts what he calls a cost crisis and preparing for emergencies. We are projecting that the reserve will go to sixteen point five the. Seven dollars. So in total that is a three billion dollar increase from last year. Governor newsome's budget now has a billion dollars to fight homelessness. It adds forty million dollars for emergency preparations response and recovery. We go deeper into the budget and the spending coming up at seven seventeen streets will be closed around the capitol mall. Tomorrow morning ahead of Sunday's Amgen tour of California bicycle race. The eighty nine mile first stage will begin about two fifteen in the afternoon and had west over the tower bridge into west Sacramento woodland and winters before returning to Sacramento for the Finnish. Now the second sage of the race will happen Monday. And that will go from Rancho Cordova to south Lake Tahoe that stage will start about nine thirty and coming up. We will go deeper into all of the local cities where they're expecting big crowds and big business during the gen tour a scandal at USC is growing several men accused university Dr sexual misconduct. They say Dr Dennis Kelly US's men's health center. Targeted gay men alley. Jalal Cumali was one of the patients Dennis Kelly mocked scolded guilted, and shame me for everything and anything that he felt like he could as if it brought him some sick of side his faction. Fifty current and former students are now suing Kelly and USC they accused the doctor of subjecting them, too, intrusive and medically unnecessary exams. Kelly has denied the allegations federal officials plan to reopen more than one point seven million acres in California to oil and gas drilling that includes fracking on land that has been off limits since environmentalists sued in two thousand thirteen the bureau of land management issued final plans yesterday for oil and gas leases on federally managed land between the central coast and the central valley last month, the agency issued a draft plan to allow drilling on over one million acres in county surrounding Bakersfield the Trump administration has expanded fracking in the United States, which has made the. The US more energy independent, but environmentalists say fracking is extremely harmful Pete Buddha Jesuit.
"cumali" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That's what he likes Z likes. The ladies. Well, what we got here this morning. Okay. Donald trump. The cold. Democrats are saying he may not be fit. Four pound. Oh my God. And I put him on PU. Corey. Go me. Don't look obese. Well, these are the people. Reporters. Of the loser from Georgia. Bramsen responsibility. Who who looks like MRs Humpty Dumpty. Round. Yeah. Yeah. Recall the last time, they criticize his weight was right? Before he took his physical. We tried to say moved to step down because he wasn't physically would probably die in office. Oh, yeah. Go right after that. He got a feel of approval. From the doctor Davis physical. Remember, exactly the woman who split up. I wanted to know how many scoops of ice cream. Loop device. Donald trump. Yeah. The woman in question was also round. I would have responded by asking her Honey. You look like banana splits before. Yeah. Hey. Hey, listen ranger. We just got done with you know, thanksgiving and Christmas. And I think everybody how I think I picked up a few pounds to who doesn't pick up a few pounds with the holiday season. Stop. And you gotta Halloween. You throw all that in there and stuff. So who cares a few pounds? Donald Trump's the hardest working man in Washington. Warren's look like the whole Turkey. Brad, supposedly laughing. Yeah. Bradley's back cracking up out here. Unbelievable. Okay. But Donald Trump gains four pounds. And he's well how about this? Donald Trump has never had a taste of alcohol. He's never done drugs yen smoke cigarettes, and these are the people out here. Criticizing him that they get liquor up all the time and smoke the wacky DeBakey. And who knows how many different pills a pop, and they're trying to say, he's not healthy. Another example of while for the democrat party is a jackass. Jackass? Yeah. Remember that? I like something wacky. Remember that symbol jackass? Good. America's official crackpot. Will not be putting up stop in New York because they will not work in that type of environment. Yup. Outside every day. He just doesn't need the crap right? Well. This is what happens when you have a bartender being elected to federal office bar Quander escort. Greg. I don't know that well that she might have wore out a couple of kneepads. Well, I mean, you don't forget what one of their leading candidates right now that Cumali harasses she was willy Brown's girl. And she did a lot of work, you know, in low places of you know, what I mean? To pocket it makes you feel real good Mukasa got smackdown at the press conference here. Just recently. He listened. Hey, ranger this hold that thought right there because I want to hear about Jim Mukasa anytime. He gets a beatdown put on him. I wanna hear. But we gotta take a little short break. Benny guess.
"cumali" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"What she sat down at her table and began to laugh, she laughed and laughed and laughed so hard her bottles and potions rattled on the shelves. What what's so funny able to mandated mother Cumali dabbed at her is there's no potion able what what do you mean? I just got this whisker. And how did you get it while I thought it would be really hard and scary. And it was I, but I was trying to move too fast, and it was the wrong lion. Anyway, the next time I realized I needed to take my time and make sure the lion trusted me. So it would. No, I wasn't trying to hurt it. And then obviously I needed to ask before I took the whisker. I was really nervous. The lion would get mad and say, no. But it worked out, okay? What would you have done if the lion had said, no mother, Molly asked will. I mean would have been disappointed because I invested all that time. But I can't make the lion. Give me it's whiskers that doesn't work. I guess I would have just had to start over with another lion. Yes. I think you already to go and have your conversation with Zala mother Cumali said smiling, gently able looked back at her stunned able ally and is not so different than a person. You have learned that you can be patient and kind and win the trust of another take a big risk when you truly care about something and survive, if someone tells, you know. Able sat mouth agape able does that make sense? Yes, mother Cumali. He said thinking and stroking his chin mother Kamali, even if there was a potion to make someone fall in love it wouldn't be right to use. It would it. It's like taking the whisker without asking mother, Molly smiled, all the wider and padded able on the cheek see how wise you've grown now. Go, you know, what to do Abel kissed her on the cheek and ran from the room mother. Molly laughed and sat back at her table. She picked up the lions whisker and turned it in her hands. Usually they figure out the lesson before they get the whisker. She said to herself shaking her head. Maybe next time. I'll switch to an alligators tooth. She put the lions whisker in a small glass bottle and placed it on the shelf, then still smiling she returned to her work. Able looked in found Zala finishing her lunch in the shade of marine Guitry. He felt his heart start to quicken in his chest and his stomach flutter with nervous butterflies. At least stall is not a lion. He said to himself as he walked up and sat down next to her Hayes, Allah. He said I brought you a tamarind. I know they're your favorite zealous face lit up. Thanks able that was really nice of you is something on your mind. Actually. Yes. Able said with a deep breath would you want to take a walk together tomorrow night? Like just me, and you maybe we could go down to the car Sada tree by the river. Able blushed and held his breath the car Sada tree was famous locally as the spot for young. Couples Zala would know what it meant what he meant. I'm actually busy tomorrow night Zala said and able felt his heart sink in his chest. He wasn't as sad as he thought. He'd be though just asking had relieved much of the weight in his chest. Actually, he felt better than he had in months. No problem. He said with a smile. Hope you have a good day able turn to walk away. But Zala called out, wait. Yeah. He turned. I just I promised my mom. I'd helped with my baby sister at night. That's all maybe we could have lunch tomorrow. Instead Mimi here at noon, and we can walk to the car Sada together for a picnic. Sure sounds good able said and his heart sword sword soared into the sky like a beautiful bird disappearing into the sun. What did he ever been afraid of he'd never needed a love potion? He just needed to be himself. He walked away grinning, like a fool, and he and Zala had lunch together. Next day and the day after that and the day after that he told her the story of the lions whisker, and she laughed and laughed long and loud. It was the most beautiful sound that able had ever heard. The.
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"Rain all of his love and admiration and fears about Zala tumbled out of his mouth the way her jokes could make even the crankiest babies and the grumpiest elders howl with laughter the way, she always had the best ideas and knew how to solve even the trickiest problems the way she never seemed to get discouraged or down for very long and made him feel like he could do anything in the world. He told mother Cumali all of it and more. And when he finally finished he found himself read and breathless all of that inside one little heart mother Cumali said shaking her head. No wonder I could see it on your face your in love. All right. Your in love up to your ears able nodded solemnly. Well. I have just the thing for you mother. Molly said, what is it is it a potion a love potion? I think I could tell her how I feel if I knew she felt the same way the old woman laughed. No child. Nada potion just go and talk to the girl Zala is out eating now in the shade of a tree. I'm sure sit with her and have a conversation. Why couldn't do that Abel said aghast? What if she rejects me what if she hates me? What if I mess it up? He dropped to his knees and clasped his hands in front of him. Please mother Kamali. There must be another way. There must be some magic something you can brew for me. Please. Mother Cumali looked at the young man and side one of these. I see all right. Get up off the ground. I just swept in here able hopped back into his seat. I do have one love potion, very powerful. Magic very difficult to make though I don't think you'll like it Abel's is lit up. Anything? Just tell me what you need mother, Molly stood slowly and tottered to her shelves picking up a bottle of this and examining dried gourd full of that. Finally, she picked up a tiny, glass, vile and peered inside Alicia. I have what we need except for one thing able was on his feet in a flash. What is it? Oh, go right now to make the potion a love potion to make it really something what tell me. You bring yourself out on mount he's tall and crepe along until alliance. Call. Up in Kano Iskar without die. Then up bad love potion. Pinch toutah. Mine. Kick out our Sanga that's been pickled in bride odd. One little whisker from agreed. Big throw them altogether. And watch the stars align will you got trouble with your confidence. Your lonely. Feeling chance. You're looking tickets, you feelings. So we'll make up that. Love potion from..
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"The episode. The love potion. Once upon a time in a small village in ancient Ethan opium. There was a lonely young man by the name of able he had his friends shore. And he had his family, of course, Abel's life was very full. But he still felt there was something missing. What the young man really wanted really truly deeply with all of his heart was someone to come home to at the end of the day. He wanted someone to cook dinner with every night someone to laugh with and cry with someone to raise a family with and someone to grow old with able wanted to share his life with someone he loved and not just any someone able had someone very specific in mind. He wanted to marry Zala his oldest friend. She was kind and clever and strong, and she could always make him laugh able in Zala had grown up together. Over the years, they'd spent days and nights working and playing and learning together, and they'd always. Had the best conversations that is until recently ever since able realized how he felt about Zala he'd found himself tongue tied in her presence part of him wanted to tell her that he loved her and wanted to marry her, but another part of him was very afraid that she wouldn't feel the same way. And then their friendship would be ruined. Now when able and Zala were together Abel's mind would race with possibilities, and he felt frozen. Sometimes Zala would catch him staring at her, and she'd ask able are you feeling okay? And he would turn bright red with embarrassment and assure her that he was fine. But he didn't really feel fine. You should just tell her feel his friends would say sometimes they'd even playfully push him forwards in Deir him to speak still able was too afraid afraid of looking silly afraid of being rejected a free. Of having his heartbroken true. If he didn't open up to Sala, she'd never know how he felt. But on the other hand, if he kept his feelings a secret she couldn't reject him finally after long months of carrying his heavy heart. He made a decision he would go and speak not dissolve. But to mother Cumali, the villages, most clever elder and healer. He went to her home and was quickly ushered inside all around were peculiar containers of animal and plant parts there were powders. Bright, a spring and others dull as mud mother tamales home was full of smells and just when Abel thought he might place. One another drifted into his nose to mystify him all over again. Able you of never visited me before called mother. Come ali. She was sitting at a low table of dark wood carefully pouring a pink liquid into a Brown powder. Come and have a seed and tell me all about the girl your in love with able crossed the room slowly afraid he'd break one of her delicate displays or that one of her delicate displays would break him. Wait. How did you know? I'm hear about a girl. He said sitting on a stool across the table from the old woman. I can read the mood of an ibex clear across the plains. You think guy can't see heart sickness in the face of a boy, I watched grove from a sprout she set aside the pitcher of pink liquid and sprinkled some dried black seeds into the mixture. Now, tell me all about her. It was like a damn releasing. It was like the clouds breaking open with rain..