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Hamburger Joe’s in Myrtle Beach Is Helping Raise Funds for Ukraine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Hamburger Joe’s in Myrtle Beach Is Helping Raise Funds for Ukraine

"Remember a few years back, when we went to famous hamburger Joe's in Myrtle Beach, we had such a great visit there. Tons of people came out to say hi to us. Surfside beach, South Carolina. I still have my hamburger Joe's T-shirt that I wear proudly. Well, Tony, who is our buddy over there, the owner of famous hamburger Joe's, in surfside beach, South Carolina. They have a barrel at famous hamburger Joe's in the restaurant for donations. For the relief efforts for the people of Ukraine. Now get this. I'm about to start weeping. So brace yourself because I'm going to start crying. Tony at famous hamburger Joe's in surfside beach, South Carolina will match up to ten $1000 in donations to team Gallagher's help Ukraine fund. Tony shows people don't have to eat. They can just stop by, put money in the barrel. And I am just blown away by this incredible act of generosity. We love love, love, our listeners and Myrtle Beach so, so honored to have that connection. And of course, I've got Deep South Carolina roots. It spent years in the upstate of South Carolina. Denise and I would travel and the kids and I would go to Myrtle Beach all every chance we got. And I'm so proud to tell you about famous hamburger Joe's and surfside beach. They're going to match up to $10,000 for a potential of $20,000. Just stop in, put money in the barrel. And thank you so much, Tony, and thank you Myrtle Beach, and thank you to all the great friends we have in Myrtle Beach. It just means the world to me.

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Scott Presler Helps Register Republican Voters at Gas Station

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Scott Presler Helps Register Republican Voters at Gas Station

"The media, of course, is going to give us continued nonstop coverage of Russia's brutal genocidal invasion of Ukraine as I've been saying all along. We also have huge problems here at home. Gigantic problems. But yet there are happy warriors out there trying to turn the tide as we get closer and closer to November the 8th. Have you ever seen Scott pressler on social media? He's the big tall kid with the long hair, he is indefatigable. This kid just does not slow down. He was in a town over the weekend where I used to live with my wife and kids men hash it New York on Long Island. Beautiful community was Denise's favorite town favorite city in the world. It was like this idyllic, beautiful community. Gazebo right there in the park there in the Louis diner. Man, I've got such happy memories of Manhattan. And there was Scott pressler at a gas station in Manhattan, registering republic new Republican voters. He'll post, he registered a biker, a guy on a motorcycle and said, I just registered a biker to be a Republican. At a gas station on Long Island. And I'm so happy. There are lots of Scott pressler out there who are putting their money where their mouth is. They're diving in and doing the work that needs to be done.

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Denise’s Famous Sunflower & Food for the Poor Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Denise’s Famous Sunflower & Food for the Poor Campaign

Mike Gallagher Shares His Appreciation for Joey Hudson

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Mike Gallagher Shares His Appreciation for Joey Hudson

"Them. And Joey Hudson did a great job Friday filling in. Thank you, Joey. Everybody loves Joey Hudson. I get so tired. Always so nice, Mike. He's so polite and you're so mean. He is a great guy and he's a dear friend and a lot of our friends call us Batman and Robin. He's my business manager. He's my absolute confidant and adviser and just I've got quite a history with him. In fact, I've shared this with you before, but I don't mind repeating it that a couple of weeks before my Denise passed away. She said to him, when this happens, my guy's going to need somebody to help him. He has never balanced a checkbook. He's going to be in a cardboard box, and so all those years ago, because Joey was there that whole process with hospice and the funeral home and everything. I don't know what I would have done without Joey. That's the kind of friend he is. And my Denise adored him. I mean, we just love Joey and peg Hudson and on the subject of the hudsons for just a moment. Peg Hudson has been in my life with Joey for about. I was trying to figure this out nearly 30 years. And they have been with me through thick and through thin.

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 'Pharma Bro' ordered to pay $64M for hiking cost of lifesaving drug

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 4 months ago

'Pharma Bro' ordered to pay $64M for hiking cost of lifesaving drug

"A a federal federal judge judge has has banned banned Martin Martin Shkreli Shkreli from from the the pharmaceutical pharmaceutical industry industry for for the the rest rest of of his his life life Americans Americans can can rest rest easy easy because because Martin Martin Shkreli Shkreli is is a a pharma pharma bro bro no no more more that's that's written written in in the the opinion opinion by by U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Denise Denise cote cote who who is is barge barge girly girly from from the the drug drug industry industry and and ordered ordered him him to to return return sixty sixty four four point point six six million million dollars dollars in in profits profits he he reaped reaped from from inflating inflating the the price price of of a a lifesaving lifesaving drug drug Shkreli Shkreli sparked sparked outrage outrage as as CEO CEO of of Turing Turing pharmaceuticals pharmaceuticals by by obtaining obtaining exclusive exclusive rights rights to to daraprim daraprim the the drug drug that that treats treats toxoplasmosis toxoplasmosis and and then then raising raising the the price price from from thirteen thirteen fifty fifty to to seven seven hundred hundred and and fifty fifty dollars dollars per per pill pill he he resigned resigned as as CEO CEO a a day day after after he he was was arrested arrested on on unrelated unrelated security security fraud fraud charges charges for for which which he he is is serving serving a a seven seven year year sentence sentence the the Federal Federal Trade Trade Commission Commission and and seven seven states states allege allege that that his his company company illegally illegally created created a a web web of of anti anti competitive competitive restrictions restrictions and and jacked jacked up up the the price price following following Shkreli Shkreli is is bench bench trial trial last last month month the the judge judge says says recorded recorded conversations conversations sure sure we we continue continue to to control control his his company company from from behind behind bars bars and and discussed discussed ways ways to to thwart thwart generic generic versions versions the the company company agreed agreed to to a a forty forty million million dollar dollar settlement settlement last last month month in in which which they'll they'll make make their their prime prime available available to to generic generic competitors competitors at at the the cost cost of of production production I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king a a

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 How democracy was dismantled in Hong Kong in 2021

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 5 months ago

How democracy was dismantled in Hong Kong in 2021

"Supporters supporters of of the the Hong Hong Kong Kong pro pro democracy democracy new new cider cider reacting reacting with with dismay dismay after after two two of of its its former former editors editors were were charged charged with with sedition sedition and and denied denied bail bail the the standard standard online online pro pro democracy democracy news news outlet outlet one one of of the the last last openly openly critical critical voices voices in in Hong Hong Kong Kong has has said said it it will will cease cease operations operations and and lay lay off off all all of of its its staff staff following following a a police police raid raid on on its its offices offices and and seven seven arrests arrests police police say say they they will will prosecute prosecute the the company company for for sedition sedition it's it's another another sign sign of of a a wider wider crackdown crackdown on on dissent dissent in in Hong Hong Kong Kong outside outside the the west west Kowloon Kowloon magistrates magistrates court court runs runs and and she she and and the the chairman chairman of of the the Hong Hong Kong Kong journalists journalists association association said said he he was was disappointed disappointed with with the the court's court's decision decision to to deny deny bail bail in in charge charge former former editors editors trump trump who who Quinn Quinn and and Patrick Patrick lamb lamb with with one one count count each each of of conspiracy conspiracy to to publish publish a a seditious seditious publication publication U. U. S. S. secretary secretary of of state state called called on on authorities authorities to to release release the the detainees detainees and and his his Canadian Canadian counterparts counterparts at at her her country country was was deeply deeply concerned concerned police police released released Cantonese Cantonese pop pop singer singer Denise Denise ho ho a a Canadian Canadian citizen citizen and and activist activist others others under under arrest arrest included included former former lawmaker lawmaker and and her her husband husband a a former former editor editor at at apple apple daily daily whose whose publisher publisher media media tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai is is also also jailed jailed on on sedition sedition charges charges Hong Hong Kong Kong leader leader Carrie Carrie lam lam told told reporters reporters that that inciting inciting people people could could not not be be condoned condoned under under the the guise guise of of news news reporting reporting I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king supporters supporters

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Caller Reviews South Carolina Children's Theatre's Production of 'Annie'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 6 months ago

Caller Reviews South Carolina Children's Theatre's Production of 'Annie'

"I was in the audience with my grandkids, and my adult children and you were fantastic. The whole cast was good. The production itself was beyond a children's theater. And anybody that can get a ticket should go. You're so confident. You were dead immortal. You were in character. Yeah, no, I love that. I love that part. It's a great story because it's and I, you know, there's a monologue in the show about being alone. And you know, when I lost my Denise, it's like you think about that. You think about what's if you don't have anybody to share your life with, you might like the line is on the show. You might as well might as well be alone and broke again and back in hell's kitchen. So thank you, pan. That means a lot to me. The audiences have been incredible. It's been so fun and I think you're right. This does not feel like children's theater. No, not at all. And there were all ages. There were old people like me and there were little kids and we talked about it when we left that every one of them. Thank you. Merry Christmas to you and your family, Pam. That means a lot to me. Thank you very much for calling in and

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Mike Chats With Chad Prather, Republican Candidate for Texas Governor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Mike Chats With Chad Prather, Republican Candidate for Texas Governor

"I was first introduced to Chad pray that when I heard about his book, am I crazy and unapologetic patriot takes on the insanity of today's woke world. He's our kind of person. Chad prather is an American conservative political commentator, comedian and Internet personality. That's the official bio. He's also a Texas gubernatorial candidate and been described as sort of a modern day Will Rogers. Chad has great meaning and thanks for joining us here on the Mike Gallagher show. How you doing? Hey, Mike, it's good to be with you. I'm a big fan of the show love what you do. I appreciate you having me on. Well, I'm a big fan of your show and your work as well. Your podcast is terrific. And your book, two thirds of the way through because I need some affirmation that I'm not the crazy one. My late wife Denise used to say, we had a running joke. If you're crazy, do you know it? And I think it's a fair question. So when, for example, the New York City council votes unanimously to remove the statue of Thomas Jefferson because he owned slaves. When Lori Lightfoot poses maskless in a crowd full of people indoors violating her own mask mandate, all these things that keep happening over and over again, you and I know they're crazy, but Chad the $64,000 question for you as we begin this conversation, do they know they're crazy? I think the asylums are empty, Mike, I think they're running the street, not just running the street, but they're creating the policy and the culture we're living in. Unfortunately, we've given them a big voice. No, they don't know they're crazy. They think that this is their ideal. They think that they're doing something really good for the planet and doing things for the world that is absolving us all of our great sins of the past and history. Now, I think we're all at some level on the insanity spectrum. We have to be a little bit crazy just to make heads or tails of what we're seeing across the

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"denise" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

03:55 min | 7 months ago

"denise" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

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"denise" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"denise" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

"Hi everybody and welcome to the larger dancing choreography. Podcast this is melanie daily so this will be our third installment of the aww shucks series that. We're having here on the podcast. And if you haven't had a chance to listen to the previous two podcast episodes. Basically what i mean by the shocks Episodes is There are just some great people in the dance team world that i've had the privilege to get to know and to work with in the past and whenever i approach them to do a podcast episode. Because i've learned so much from them. And i know that they have so much to contribute. They just couldn't believe it and they were like. Are you sure. And they verified that i had the right person and all of that it was just really really beautiful to see the how humble these people are even though that they are total rockstars and no so much so. This week's episode is with denise highlights from forest park in indiana. And i found out years ago. That forest park is a tiny little community. Tiny little school and i couldn't believe it whenever my friend. Kelly told me that because they always put such outstanding material on the floor. They're always so clean. And i just assumed that maybe they had a ton of resources or maybe they came from a big school where you have a big pool of kids to choose from so denise of course came to mind for this season not only because she's a big fan of the podcast and listened to every episode. Thank you so much denise. But because i'm just so impressed with what she has been able to build not only talent wise but It's a great team culture to in a great community out there. At forest. Park in indiana so i picked her brain just wanted to know. How did you do this. How do you keep doing it She's got kids on her team where they play sports as well. We all are familiar with those kinds of smaller school communities where everybody does everything you know. They play soccer. They play basketball there on the dance team. They cheer All of that. And that's what she's dealing with two but she's been able to build up her team and forest park has twenty three state titles with a mixture of palm state titles high kick and hip hop. So here she is denise hyler from forest park.

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"denise" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

05:45 min | 7 months ago

"denise" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

"Just welcome denise thank you so much for being here thank you. This is an honor. I appreciate it. Yeah so how did you get started in the beauty industry. What led you to want to pursue this career and his passion permanent makeup gas..

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Mike Has Experienced the Power of Prayer Firsthand

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 8 months ago

Mike Has Experienced the Power of Prayer Firsthand

"Prayer works prayer. Works prayer works when when i heard my kid was ahead on auto crash early august. I did not. I did not hesitate in sharing that awful news with you. I had a purely selfish motivation. On behalf of my son. I wanted you to pray for him and you know what that young man is doing right now. He's back in the classroom teaching he slowly but surely getting out of the wheelchair and using the walker. He's in great spirits. He's about to get a new car. He got cleared to drive. I don't know how they did it but they did. And it's the power of prayer with my denise when she got sick and i told her honey we don't need to talk to. I don't need to say anything about this. This is going to be a real. You know you're going to be in it. Babe you're gone through the biggest challenge ever and denise said no share with your listeners because maybe we can inspire somebody who's going through a similar cancer battle and then i selfishly believed that by sharing her story in the year that she was sick that maybe god would would answer our prayers and he'll her and as you know she lost that battle with cancer. But here's what she had that year. She was sick not once. Did she ever fill pity that she cry. She never she never complained. She was so strong and denise wasn't superwoman. She was. She was just beneficiary of a whole bunch of prayer. And you were praying. That god would would envelop her lift her and keep her strong and faith filled and she was until she took her last breath in my heart.

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Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards's Daughter Sami Calls Mom's House 'Abusive,'

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:33 min | 9 months ago

Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards's Daughter Sami Calls Mom's House 'Abusive,'

"Let's talk about charlie sheen and denise richards. He tend to forget that they were together because like so much happening in the world but they have a daughter and her name sammy. She's seventeen years old and just like we see many of times. These teenage celebrity kids have a platform. It's called tick taha hood where where they now have this platform and there followed. Because not only do they have their friends and they can have a viral video in ten seconds but they're related to celebrities like charlie sheen and denise richards there her mom and dad and she says that she was in an abusive trapped in an abusive household little over a year ago been deleted. But you know once it's put on the internet it's there forever. We don't know who sammy was living with. Some of my sources are saying. It was on the denise side and sammy rancher charlie but we all know charlie's paths so we're left to just be like you know ooh She says now finally moved out of the hell. House had a spiritual awakening own two cats happy single full of self love and dropped out of high. Sam i agree with everything. Maybe except for the last part but You know she said she says and she looks much happier than than previous posts before. So it'll be interesting over the next few years actually with all these children who are younger like ten twelve and as soon as they get talk. They don't realize the magnitude that a post even though they've lived the life they have this platform. Now where the simplest thing where you think. You're you're telling mom and dad you know you're just writing them out or just trying to be goofy. It could go viral

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How Do I Know When to Bring in Pots This Fall?

Your Gardening Questions

02:05 min | 10 months ago

How Do I Know When to Bring in Pots This Fall?

"Denise send us an email to read at plan talk radio dot com and denise says hi fred. This is my first year gardening. So congratulations to you. And i was wondering how do i know which potted plants to bring indoors when the temperatures start to drop or do i just leave them out over the winter. I'm in zone seven. Thank you okay. No her circumstances are different. I'm going to guess she's probably from Well darn close or even south of the ohio river etc and this gives her different options. We would have here at central. Ohio are certainly north except for people that are having a wonderful display from there Mimosa tree right now that that's just Uncommon good luck or he's being extremely careful but anyhow as to denise. I hope she kept the tags. I hope the tags would have indicated whether these are tropicals or not for example. We made mention his hibiscus again. This this time There is a tropical hibiscus. That's absolutely magnificent. Ina pot indoors in the wintertime. now it's can be out all summer. They're they're full of glorious flower colors. There are many many of them. However here you would have to take that plant in For the winter because the top and the root zone in the container probably would freeze So she might be able to keep a high viscous of the tropical nature outdoors over winter. I would say it's it's pretty if it because where she's zone seven zero to ten above and anything Anything of a tropical nature is not going to like it. Below twenty-eight a book yeah now the reason i say twenty eight is. There's there's some latitude on some plants to live through freezing if it's a light freezing.

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When Should You Use Resistance Bands?

Mind Pump

02:13 min | 10 months ago

When Should You Use Resistance Bands?

"Question is from ms denise morales. When should you use the resistance ban during weight training or will it benefit more to use it when you're priming your body both Resistance bands are extremely versatile. Valuable ways of changing workouts adding variable resistance. Priming your body. You know what's funny about resistant spans is they were not really considered You know like a serious exercise tool for a time and then you saw strength. Athletes really start to use them. I can't remember which. Powerlifting group did any as westside barbell really. I know the soviets used studies. That's where they got it from got it from and then you got strength. Athletes started using them and they started crushing and competitions and know initially bands were considered kind of wimpy. But it's hard to do that when you guys girl squatting and lifting as much as they did nixing people started using them. I started using them myself. as variable resistance watson dead lifts loved them and then use them for trigger sessions. Absolutely love them and now a week doesn't go that. I don't use resistance band so i think they're extremely valuable and one of the reasons why they're so valuable. Is there resistance. Gets harder as you stretch them out which is very different than what you experience with weights. Think you need a variable resistance for the the listeners. understand. So if i have if i have a band. I'm doing a overhead. Press with. I may start here at forty pounds but as stretch it out. It gets much harder now. The cool thing about this is as my arm extends. I tend to get stronger as well. So the resistance matches how my strength tends to express itself. So it's like. I get more resistance right when i get stronger. Which is kinda cool. And it's the opposite of what happens when you have a bar bell or dumbo. Yeah as you get barbells dumbbells you get closer to the end of the movement. It's much easier than what it is at. The weight stays the same right or with the freeway because it's working against gravity. If i'm doing a preacher curl it's heavy down here. But when i'm up here it's not heavy at all because i'm just supported by l. belt whereas with the resistance band it's always challenging. Do i think they can replace weights. No but i think in addition to extremely

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The Freeway Phantom Murders: Who Killed These Little Girls?

Reverie True Crime

02:38 min | 10 months ago

The Freeway Phantom Murders: Who Killed These Little Girls?

"Carol denise spinks was only thirteen years old. she was really shy. She was in seventh grade and was an identical twin. She loved jumping double dutch row. Playing jacks with her siblings and she was an extremely talented little. Hula hooper on april. Twenty fifth nineteen seventy-one. Her mom allen teen was heading out to go visit her aunt and brentwood maryland. She told the children they could not leave the house. The kids knew if they did. They get what i know this to be as an ass weapon either by hand a switch from a tree or a belt maybe even extension cord. She was a single mother doing the best she possibly could. Parents often mimic what their parents did to them. I'm not here to judge anyone's parenting talking about those kind of spankings definitely gave me flashbacks. Though so allenton was gone and their older sister. Valerie who was twenty four asked carol to go to the seven eleven to pick up a few groceries that evening. Some tv dinners. Bread and soda pops. Carol new if her mom found out that she'd be in big trouble but she decided to go for it. It was only a half a mile away. this seven eleven was right as you entered into maryland. Well her mom ended up seeing her and she said you better go straight home after. Go into the seven eleven. And you're going to get a woman when i get back into town. Carol made it to the seven eleven and she was venturing back home with groceries when she was said kidnapped after. Not making it back home. Her mother was on edge upset and bowed a missing person report that night after they had scoured the neighborhood for carol almost a week later her body was discovered on may first by some kids playing in a grassy location right behind saint elizabeth's hospital. Someone had dumped carol's body on a grassy embankment by the northbound lanes of odd to ninety five.

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"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:24 min | 11 months ago

"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Killer had committed crimes. He said many things chronicle Was game for him to show how clever he was and is a killer was still an active case actually detectives on our case was detected. Florida zodiac killer so it's it's uncommon but not unheard of zodiac there. I didn't even think about that. But you when you talked about the the emails and multiple assailants. It seems to be that that had been something that was hard to convince others that there are multiple assailants. I thought you provided convincing evidence. But do you have any theories on these accomplices. Or i don't know it's tough to say because we we've been Deprive vein real information and as far as on those fuel in general know. Fbi investigations go to case agents and menders a technicians who can extract information through trauma or a mountain of evidence. But it's a two case agents at determine what is important what's not and nor casey's case agents are a has a major conflict of interest and the other one so we again we just won't have answers And i think china to find that would be like a sticking point for our healing so time move forward with it makes perfect sense. I completely understand so. Let me just turn to. After denise was released you discuss in the book about this period of separation but for our audience and people are listening. How long after your released two niece. How long was it until you were reunited. Nasa home invasion happened. You know the early morning hours of monday and we didn't see each other till saturday. Yeah so i. I had two days of questioning by the police and the i. R. attorneys were connected Those clear you know while you're being investigated and interrogated. He can't speak to each other. But by the end of it you know. We weren't charged in some of my. You know yes you can talk to him and so we finally were reunited. That just felt like it was never going to happen. It was just like one thing after the other like. I'm just never going to see him again. This is and and that was also a real possibility. If we were going to be charged we wouldn't able to see each other. Speak so we I think.

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"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:09 min | 11 months ago

"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

"We have worked with maggie before and we are big fans. Anything maggie does. I'm interested in listening to. She is so passionate and so wonderful at what she does. Her storytelling is impeccable. Her respect the dignity with which he investigates the causes that she takes up. I am a huge fan of maggie. Feelings i highly suggest. You download the podcast. Thank you so much for agreeing to do the interview with us. Just so you guys know. We read your book this weekend. And when i say devoured that would be putting it mildly. I've almost never read a book that quickly. I don't cry either to see guys know. I cried twice I think that your book is seriously one of the most moving books that i've ever read in general and as it pertains to the criminal justice system i think it has the potential to have a huge impact in so many different ways. Well thank you. That really means a lot. Were you guys writers before it was a bit of a jump. Going from physical therapy center. Mindset to a whole new crafts are co author. Did a great job in helping guide us through the writing process because it was new you experience so many kudos to you and i think that i don't know if you realize that outpouring of people are going to reach out to you. Thank you because you're probably had helped so many people and plus. I always think the best way to reform because actually criminologist and we think the best way to reform the system is to point out all the bad actors in it and call them out. You know we know the story very well. One of the things denise that you said in the book when you realize someone was in the house and someone was coming for you guys you talk about fight or flight and that's something. We hear all the time in our field but i wonder is freeze is also a reaction. People are saying now that people didn't know back in the day so is do you think this is also a reaction that people can have ended either of you experience that feeling at all. Oh yeah the mean. Initially when i my eyes open and i realized that i wasn't dreaming Men in the house Surrounding us with what appeared to be guns. My initial reaction was to freeze and just kind of take it I was in shock but then at the same time you know as humans we have the ability to than processor information so we can either initially within romy. I'm processing through all the different possibilities of what my options were Can i can. I scream Can i flee and the way everything was set up by realized. I can't in my best choice is to listen and pay attention and try to gather as much information as possible to.

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"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Don't say these two things and he knows her address. He knows where her parents live to listen to this. I think before leaving. He tells her that her strength is admirable and he regrets not meeting her under different circumstances and that she was an incredible person yet another thing that must have made her feel sick sick. Yeah so she follow the instructions given which were to get out of the car count till ten before taking off the tape that was over her is she does just that and she looks around and she is filled with relief when she sees that she is only a block away from where her mother lips cause remember. Her eyes were taped the whole time. Even though he said. I'm going to be bringing you wanting to be. She had no reason to believe this was. Actually i thought he was bringing somewhere to kill me. And that's exactly what. She thought right to her dismay however her mother was not home. She then went to her father's house which was nearby but he wasn't home either because they are both in vallejo helping with the search. Luckily she saw a neighbor who took her in and called nine. One at this point denise believes the worst days are behind her because she survived this attack she could not have imagined how much worse things would become for both herself and erin. The police arrive and from the moment they arrive. They seem suspicious of denise. They thought the much calmer than she should have been and she looked better than they would have expected. She also had her personal belongings with her as well. So the police are saying okay. This doesn't look like someone who has been kidnapped. And you know dropped off or you know even when it did look like remember. Just going back to sherry pechiney ruling work even when she did look like. You're damned if you do and damned if you don't so we can't judge by appearance in affect that's a good point. Because she was the opposite..

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"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

"It's now the evening march twenty fourth and the police are starting to take things a little more serious because there was a proof of life recording that the kidnappers had sent to a local media outlet so now the police are thinking okay. Maybe something is going on here and they actually have the hostage negotiation team on site and this was when erin gets his phone back realizes it was on airplane mode turns on his phone to see that he had missed several messages from the kidnappers. Self restraint so frustrating. So now what's going on with denise member nieces in the trunk of aaron's car and is in and out of consciousness because remember she was also given sedatives. Guess at some point. The car stopped in her kidnapper. Cut off her zip ties to make her more comfortable and moved her to different car trunk. So remember they were in ari- car and now they're moving her to a different car now in the fall when the car finally stops. She's not sure how long she was in the trunk for but it was definitely hours. She was taken out of the trunk and laid on the ground while her kidnapper goes inside to clean up a house so basically he says you stay here. I need to up a little and remember in the book..

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"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"denise" Discussed on Women and Crime

"They are further inform that if they live than the other one would be shocked and or cut shocked then they moved to needs to a different room in the house and once again she is asked if she has comfortable and when she says she is cold. The sailing gets her blanket. Meanwhile the recording on errands headphones are reciting personal information such as where he grew up. And i believe this was a way to show that. They knew where his family lived away to intimidate him. He was also visited by one of the intruders who he had to give all his information to. They also asked about who denise was and whether or not she resembled his ex fiancee right because the ex fiance was probably the original target. Yeah yeah so or at least they. We think that that's possible. The intruders told denise that she was not the intended target and that they in factor there for aaron's ex-fiancee whose name to this day has never been published so it seems that there was a point where the intruders are like trying to figure out what to do. Because this wasn't the plan. Apparently denise was not the target so they don't know if they should continue what they were doing or if they should call the whole thing off after conversing amongst themselves the intruders. They told a niece that she is going to be kidnapped for forty eight hours and that she would not be released until aaron completes some tasks jas. I don't know at this point. But i'd be how what i would be thinking. You know what. I find odd about the ex-fiancee possibly being the target here is that i know. Even i know aaron. She and aaron had spoken via text. And i knew they worked together but she wasn't coming around the house and they had broken up seven months before. So that's a very long time in between because they were as will come to find out it does seem like they were surveilling. The house exactly so wouldn't they. Have it inherently denise and the ex-fiancee looked similar on some accounts. Some accounts say no not at all. They both had blonde hair but very different build. So it's hard to really know. Okay after telling denise that they would be taking her. They allowed her together her belongings and to use the bathroom privately so again they're being somewhat gentle with her considering the situation but after they do this they place her in the trunk of errands car but they did line it with a comforter so again it's more gentle than you would expect people to be in this situation either for you know because they want to ensure cooperation And make sure that there's no resistance or because they view themselves as really you know maybe they're doing this one act that they view themselves as good people still so they're they're trying to preserve that feelings of i'm not a bad person neutralization theory theory which may or may not come up later but yeah we'll have to see. The intruders also told erin that they would be taking the niece and that she was not the intended target but as a way to make money at this point he would have to pay to get her back. He got very specific instructions from the recording. He was told. Do not go to the police. There is a camera setup in the home to make sure do not change the temperature in the house. Stay inside again cameras everywhere. They will find you if you leave They also told him he could go to the bathroom..

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How to Buy Back Your Time With Jannese Torres-Rodriguez

Brown Ambition

02:07 min | 11 months ago

How to Buy Back Your Time With Jannese Torres-Rodriguez

"Hello denise hey girl hey oh my gosh. I can't believe this is really happening. We'll thank you so much for joining us. From sonny sonny tampa florida. Yeah yeah it's not a bad place to be. I gotta say that. So did you will first of all. I'm really excited. Because yo- cato denardo. Podcast i mean it is just one of it feels like several will a few really interesting and unique new personal finance brands for latino women and especially and i'm sure that your audience is larger than that. But it was i think it was. I don't know when tiffany. And i were just starting out. There is like no latino people. Latino people doing personal finance podcasts. So i'm just excited that y'all are getting better representation that you're using your voice to reach this audience. And as we say. Bienvenidos as i try to say in my hugh. I appreciate that in it. That really is the kind of origin story of. Why the podcasts. Even exists because of that very reason just not being able to find representation and i fell into personal finance listening to people whose your minute suzie. Orman for me is like the. Og love her. I've actually seen her live. Like i'm that person that ghosts and follows her around but at some point you know it's like that's cool but you're also like a seventy year old white woman within your own private island. I can't honestly say that we have so much in common. So i kinda wanna hear like what are normal. People like me doing with money. And so i couldn't find it so i had to create the space so we can have those conversations. That's so funny. Yeah i can't i mean susie organised so much bigger than her hairstyle and yet. That is the only thing that i think about what i hear about suzy. But yet iconic yali iconic. We'll talk to me about geneva story. Tell me your personal finance origin story if you could pinpoint the experience in your life when you knew while i'm going to really focus in on my finances and wealth-building what would that what would that be for you. Well it's funny. Because i felt like i was good with money until i realized i wasn't which i think happens to a lot of

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The Two Sides to Any Great Relationship

THE BRENDON SHOW

02:33 min | 1 year ago

The Two Sides to Any Great Relationship

"First teaching today is that simple. Understanding there's two sides of a coin and relationship. There's relationship i and there is grow and reach your potential independently as well that interdependence independence you must recognize the push and the pull of that and be attentive to that at all times to have a great relationship. I would argue that. Almost ninety percent of conflicts in relationships are actually not about who cleaned the kitchen. It's not about the finances or this kid didn't do that in the household. No no what it usually tends to be is a push pull between interdependence and independence and the couples not understanding that duality and not mitigating for that. Duality and so one person's like relationship. I we should do everything together. We should be on the same page. It should be perfect together and relationships also means. Hey win you're making decisions about your life. Make it please. In the context that we have chosen to live life together. Who's ever had a relationship or the person was completely oblivious. This idea of make the relationship. I it was probably miserable for you. It was like this person doesn't prioritize. And i believe that one thing has really helped us mean denise and our relationship is honestly she defaults to that she is so good and bringing me back to that. It's all it's about us. We plan together. We have to have the journey together. Don't just do these things. Think about how does that impact us our life our family and she's really good at that and i believe that's what his taught me to be a better man. I hope in the relationship we've gotten more and more years into our relationship together. I think that that is really powerful. How do you put relationship. I you always make decisions within the context of realizing you're in a relationship together like obvious right and it doesn't mean you can't have independent decisions. It means those decisions still take place in understanding the fax and the consequences of your actions within the relationship.

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Swaying to the Future of Work

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Swaying to the Future of Work

"Denise bruder welcome back to the podcast are good morning and is it a pleasure to be back and it's a pleasure to see you my friend. So you're the co founder of sway and for those who didn't meet you last year when we first introduced you what is sway. And what does it benefit to people who work so yes. We met last year when a lot of the code experiences. Kinda new and we've been studying the future of work before that. So what we're doing sway as myself as a workplace futurist and my co-founder is a future for coach and together. We spent the last two years developing and researching body of knowledge around the future. Work and flexibility. And what we did in the end was revoked. The playbook we look literally wrote the playbook on how to work flexibly so our playbook is we do its way. We have a workshop experience around that we're building community around that so communities of people and members. They're looking to master. The skill of flexibility and develop a future mindset says we do in our community product and on the other side of sway. We're developing thought leadership series on the. Why because i really think that. The how is super important nesting media problem or dressing. Now how do. I work flexibly. How do i schedule myself. But the real undiscovered gender in all of this. Is we stage. We start asking yourself why. Why does this matter. Why do we want flexibly what is changing. And why does it matter to me. Says the thought leadership side sway. And that's where we're running with so you're a community and people pay to be a part of it. What could a member expect in terms of content programming and value from sway. So all remembers come to us for a workshop and a learning experience and what that is. It's alive engaging intensive looking experience around the playbook which is your personal plan for how you are going to work flexibly. So i think we're moving away from the command and control structure of top hierarchy moving more towards a personalized playbook at how use literally are going to schedule your time your day. Your energy do you re engineer. How you communicate and see people worked together flexibly so we literally end are learning point with a plan in place for you how to do it. Well

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"denise" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"denise" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Talking to deja here deja Denise scream hey who's an actress and a producer model doing all that Also bends this work or Or i'm still trying to gather my breath ear from our earlier today the craziness but i mean i know that you been with the both theater also film Have all that stern originally It started my family is just a family of kind of artists. My uncle Got his bfa in musical theater. My other uncle went to school for music. My grandmother was in the choir singing. And i just really don't straight into it right after family members When i was around ten years old my dad put me in acting training because he said that i was really. I had all of these big ideas and express the keep out good outlet for me so i started training I loved it ever since the night have from there. I went to middle school in high school. That was a performing arts school and just kind of stuck with it from there now. Did when your dad said i. I think you should be enacted. She he did. He like see something in you from the beginning or is he saying that. 'cause i gotta get her out how. I don't want her to go with us anymore. What what's the quickest way to get her at final job in. Just leave me alone. I mean both of my parents talk about that all the time like when you were four years old you would bring people in the house in stand on the fireplace mantle in put on a show for everybody and they said that was like such like a hostess in. I just love performing people. In general since i was yes i was probably since i could move. I love dancing. I love singing. Specifically i when i was like four. I watched dreamgirls in that song. Listen beyond things sing for everybody that boston good so when i turned ten in he was like i have a friend who does acting Any could be your mentor. And then he gave me to him as a main tea and went from there. I mean i do think that. He said that he was like that was something that i could see in you. Very young is the arts you know. And performing internal and being given people those awesome. Actually have darren sewer support of say same appearance. You're not supportive but there is a difference of garin. Su are time supportive but they don't exactly know. Why does that you wanna do or early. You know they don't have the idea of what what your skill set as the man to Barron do now and they even have connections attack you up that early. Year are at a Right there yeah..

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So Hot Right Now: Why We Love the Chile Pepper

Gastropod

01:52 min | 1 year ago

So Hot Right Now: Why We Love the Chile Pepper

"This might sound like a just so story. But why is the chili pepper hub and said that we spoke to marazul procedure. She's a chef and culinary historian and she wrote an incredibly beautiful book called peppers of the americas which traces chili peppers all the way back to their south american origin so their forebears of today's peppers and tomatoes split off from sister about two feet median years ago in south america myself suspect then millions of years ago peppers looked and smelled like a tasty snack to the animals in the region. Which was the problem. Because the chili peppers precious seeds would get destroyed in most animal guts and chili peppers. Want to have baby chili peppers and tilles developed a defence strategy. It devilish non-poisonous thing In the form of facing which is an alkaloid said it's painful to most animals. They spots they avoided them but burst. Didn't birds have this amazing ability to not feel the heat sensation. Because they don't have the same heat receptors in their mouths or their skin. The way we do joining the chili. Chorus is denise coon. He's the chili pepper researcher at new mexico state university home to the one and only chili pepper institute and so they can eat lots and lots of these tiny little berries and pass it through their digestive system unharmed and grows into a new plant whereas s mammals. We can feel the heat and it passes through desk system and actually our our system destroys the seeds so it can't grow into a new plant. And that's kinda why we think that the chili pepper plant evolved caps and wants to keep mammals from eating them but then look at. What do denise told us. Chili peppers are the only plants in the world that produce kept sason and because chile's are making kept space and to protect their precious needs. They put most of that protection right around those seeds.

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Shortage Leaves Many Wondering When Tapioca Will Return

All Things Considered

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Shortage Leaves Many Wondering When Tapioca Will Return

"There is a national shortage of Boba. The dark, chewy pearls of tapioca typically found in bubble TV, which Is a milk tea or a fruit tea. Then you have these beautiful toppings, and they range from your typical pearls and red bean to really funky stuff like chia seeds and fruit that is Denise Giraldo Gordon in Brooklyn. As soon as she found out about the shortage, she ran to her closest tea shop to preview Bob Ellis future I got my first Boba tea without pearls. For the first time in my life. I never even considered not getting pearls and had a moment of like, Let me just see what this feels like. Bubble tea originated in Taiwan in the 19 eighties. It first came to the US through Asian American communities. But now tea shops and Boba fans are everywhere. But a lover Yoon is a vice president for the distributor Boba direct, He says The current scarcity is due to logistics issues affecting many industries. Too many shipments from Asia Not enough processing capacity in the U. S. What I hear from fray four orders and The trucking industry is we all need help. We need additional workers in the past month. Every week. We have to worry about Hey, where we're running out of this flavor. This tap Yoko, where one out of These items, even down to the straw that's abdomen, Sharif and owner of the Chai Tea Shop in a Chicago suburb. His store opened on Lee eight months ago. Every week. We have to take a flavor off of our menu because we just don't have it, and we're not gonna have it. For 23 weeks now going without Boba might not be everyone's cup of tea, but you can add in other toppings. There's Coconut jellies. There's popping Boba as Crystal ball was different Talk is deck and some of it For the time being. And for Denise Giraldo Gordon, No. Bobo was ultimately no problem and it was great. I didn't miss it at all. I just needed to prepare mentally. She may have to prepare mentally for awhile. Oliver use best guest is the Boba backlog will clear around midsummer.

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"denise" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"denise" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Presents the two of us with naomi waters. Hi this is mary. Will this on real rebel straight. Yeah with my show to talk. Autism writers about them work relates mental health and emotional wellbeing. And i've got to give you some trig warnings as that on some explicit an adult themes and some of these podcasts including talk of calm the suicide depression slum some abuse drug use a variety of human experiences so f feel of attended this position today. I'd say this later. Otherwise dive write-in enjoy seeing really right today my guest on the two of us. The delightful dr denise oil is a writer artist and we were talking about that title doctor and what it means. Obviously now the moment. But there's this idea of doctors in how the medical professionals in the reliance and the gratitude was medical professionals so there's all this doctrine the house yet. But i'm not solve of one. I can read poems. Make you feel better but also wandering this idea of being dougherty. Do you use that title outside of your work or is it very tied in with your work while the doctor tight largest us in times of creative practice nor outside my work and i think it's kind of almost can be in the way pretentious. Say dr when people might think. Oh it's a medical medical doctor. And i'm not so i just in times of when i engaging poetry and teaching mentoring and that's the only way i use it so yes Few question and have also change in your selfies entertain even self esteem Since when you got ill doctor. I think definitely because me my doctorate was linked to my poetic practice and the white which i engage with a speech disability Particularly because my mom had speeches to benicio number of disabilities my study. My research was like founded on that so for me it was a way of just me being confident in i was saying who wear held my and still hope that space in artistic way as a poetic way but movie change came from other people are receive loss of male with the dotted. Any soul found. that really strange initially Because i never you want to love that title onto my other nine. The is just happened. That way sites just for academic and i would say artistic purposes user. The title doctor is interesting. What you say that you you've got ill. Dr annette was about speech disability. But also about your mother flow. It's very very personal journey. Which became i guess. More public tolson scrutinize the way. Adopter says i'm boss'll How was it worth miss. Something so deeply personal.

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"denise" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"denise" Discussed on Z104

"Is Denise told you. Denise has been dating a nice guy named Eric. The problem is her friends think that Eric is secretly married Eric for a little over a month and My friends think like they're convinced it even they're even. Yeah, The reason they think he's married is because they've been dating like, she said. Over a month or so, and she's never seen his place like, well, What's this place like? And I was like, Oh, I have been there yet. And so they like, basically jump to the conclusion because we've been seeing each other for over a month, and I haven't been to his house yet. Like, Oh, he must be married. Yeah, That's what I was thinking. Now you need to start listening to your friends too much because everything says my friends said this. My friend said this also When they go out, he picks her up all the time, or they meet somewhere. These are all theories that lead towards maybe he's married. Now. They came over the plan to investigate which Woz she comes over to his house. She's offers come over his house for Valentine's Day and cook him. Dinner was like, Well, why don't you wait until about Wednesday and tell him that I could offer to come over and cook him like a meal at his house? Um, And they said that like basically, Oh, was, he tells you noted that that he's definitely married until it first I was like everything was because he thought it was a great idea. But then on Sunday, he called me and said he had to go out of town Valentine's Day weekend to help like one of his friends moved. I was maybe you were the same way is May and so many of the text line texted me and said I was on her side until of the I'm going out of town prevails. Yeah. And that's where she lost me too. Like I at this point that no, he probably just prefers going your place so you don't have to clean his place. But then the whole how about I come over and cook you? Dinner revealed. I say no, no, no, no. I mean anything dealing with the house. Don't know S o The fact that he said I gotta go out of town. Help a friend move from epic it. I'm a good friend, but I am helping a friend move over having a beautiful woman colored cook me Valentine's Day dinner and breakfast. Yeah, that's I'm staying in town. So that's somebody's definitely not not had enough. All right, so we're gonna call Eric and this is the correct number. All right, so we're gonna call Eric and we will see what there is to be seen here. Sneaking.

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"denise" Discussed on How to Live A Fantastic Life

How to Live A Fantastic Life

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"denise" Discussed on How to Live A Fantastic Life

"I'm doctor how unlike today I'm so honored to have a real special guest with me. I was on her show not too long ago at earnings Denise Walsh. She lives in Michigan and she's helped over a million people find their purpose and fulfill on their God given destiny. She started her career by working with families of the local health agency as a clinical psychologist. And there's something Denise and I share a comment because my first degree was in psychology as well. And she continued to use her co talents to make a work global to build a large team of motivated, positive and enthusiastic business owners. Her impact as a leader in direct selling industry as a top income with it works. It has given her a unique insight on what drives people to action. As a certified trainer with Jack canfield, another thing I share with Denise because I'd be with Jack the open a while. I never got the training program, but I certainly have helped to make my bestselling book, and we just produced another bestselling book that came out last Thursday. So Denise is an elite coach with the John Maxwell team and the author of the Amazon bestseller retire your husband. Denise knows how to tap into a person's ultimate potential and find their greatness. And our new workbook, she's Tapping into a combination of cutting edge neuroscience, biblical principles, and captivating real world stories. Denise, let's talk. How are you today? I'm great. Thank you so much for having me. Well, thank you for coming. So what's new and exciting in your world right now as you pursue your degree? Oh, great question. I think right now, at least in my world, a lot of us have had to pivot over the past few months. We've had to think, how can I take my in person workshops and experiences and move things a bit virtually. And so I am doing similar things. I'm starting masterminds and figuring out virtual workshops to still really help people dig deep and rise strong even virtually. And on the virtual world has been a challenge until about March, I did use the virtual world, but not to the extent that I do now. I mean, my world has become the virtual world. Every day, I wake up my assistant gives me my schedule at G 7. This is what you're doing at 1 o'clock. This is what you're doing there to acquire it. So what you're doing at three. And my assistant works remotely before we used to work in the same office. I have another girl that helps to both all my podcasts and so on. She's been off for a week. But again, I have two remote workers and myself now. So it's like a challenge to keep everything all together and things. You know, I've had to learn the wonders of how to keep my computer connected to this digital framework when I'm not wired for it. I've had to have multiple locales because occasionally I'll be here, occasionally I'm not highlight cottage..

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"denise" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

On This Day Entertainment

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"denise" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

"I'm gonna decorate. I'm gonna buy out a room at my local chain restaurant. And i'm gonna decorated with all the lemons you could imagine. Did you ever lake. Are you a fan of debris. I hated the read until like the season making. She's she was fine with them. And i just not three thousand eight until the season two. She was on owing with her accents. And everything and she's your american accident. Jane i first season came on till. Now it's so tacky it so tacky lake. I feel like when people try to be all boozy late. That i'm like you look so pathetic you're like relatable a af. You know all about that. So is there anything else. Beverly hills from the season that has lingered with you. The was a good season. I think it was. I just felt a little choppy at some parts. You know what i mean. I feel like some part of the story could have been told better right on but again i i. There's so many issues that ron resolved at the end of the season. So there's like amedure cliffhanger. And i haven't seen the reunion. Not house may happen but i don't think the reunion like how shot dead like with Bull union which was just a complete sham. Nothing happened nothing. Happened is bullshit how what's happening. What's happening with all of these shows. 'cause they're just of hanging. It's weird exactly. I don't know if we're ever going to find out if not that even matters if denise and brandy hooked up like i don't think anyways care it's just at this point it's like invested so much time into this stupid thing like i just wanna know. Did it happen or did it not it. Of course i mean denisa good actress like she's good in movies but she didn't fool anybody like at that table when teddy called you're out on it and she was like what like girl..

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"denise" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

On This Day Entertainment

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"denise" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

"China over places. For Baker and you are listening to you on this day entertainment. Thank you so much for joining me on the for the season finale of real housewives of Beverly Hills Denise, and desist I had the pleasure of talking to Shahs of sunset. Alley assured. For an insider, look into how some of the production things go down as far as recording for Bravo and had some really interesting insight and opinions were pretty interesting to hear. So I hope you enjoy it. So without further, Ado. Well let's go ahead and get started the finale alley that runs the I'd like the Dr Seuss of reality TV. Gossip. Denise and desist season Denise. No Denise than the this denise in desist aren I need to know before we even get started where are you on this whole Brandy and Denise Rumor? Did they didn't they? They did hundred percents I believe Morandi but the way that happened it's just didn't go. So wral obviously because I feel like I mean it's so clearly stage like they wanted to bring this out to bring Denise Down Kyle had a hand in at and so did cam it wasn't just like Oh. Let me go get. Let's go get dressed dinner for her birthday and then have I mean I know these things batch seen they shoot the shot was by four hours. And it was only like fifteen minutes for us to see but it was probably four or five hours for them to shoot at. Just, cloud the car, and then going to dinner afterwards habit. Exactly, and like last week when brandy just randomly showed up at the baby shower whether it wrapped gift like, Oh, I was just in the neighborhood lever. Yeah exactly like in a baby shower fit like the Pale pink dress with a wrapped gift girl leave. All entrances in a rival they're all time. They not tell you when to get there what time to be there and like. The cameras are gonNA. They're not gonNA just be outside for Brandon. Get happily just get out of car lake come in come inside like if. They're all like timed and filmed. So that part of it is just crazy like I because I was in love with the reality show I know these things now in the fact that like she showed up to Doritos at the finale without delete inviting her. Other than just. Doesn't happen right exactly in again because you are on Shahs of sunset and we've talked about that I'm curious to. Know what you think about brandy getting paid I. Think Him was for a quick Kim was. So pretty confident that she had a contract but do you think brandy got paid for any of this I don't know to be honest. She did have interviews. I don't know how the contracts were since she was a former house speaker. So No. If she like if they paid for any of this or not, I don't know that's like I don't think any. We'll talk about that. I would love her she talked about everything. That's what I wanna hear I wanNA. Know if aid and how much they gave her and there's a rumor going around saying that she was actually invited back as a full time housewife next year I ended that how do you feel about that? If it's true I mean I she brings. Him into the show and I I like Randy. I think she's great. So She's just not not kosher everybody but. That's makes make great. Great reality. TV's when you have people that are just so out there and she just says and doesn't whatever. No shame and I think that that's fine that's good for the show. If she if you were to compare brandy to somebody on the on the Shahs of sunset, like who do you think she's like the most like me..

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"denise" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"denise" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"I'm sorry it's nice to help. . You mentioned the this is really A massive massive looks women find so I'm really trying to to stand out. . <unk> out. . So, , how have you been doing during lockdown pandemic in general at Grand Canyon because by by depression is depressive illness so it tends to be endogenous it as much as it doesn't it's not reacted. . So I know that there are many people during the lockdown have discovered. . Being out of control of them mental health I. . in fact, , such would have been a been okay I mean I've been overwhelmed and I have been sad and I've spent days in cheese as we all have but not not as part of a depression because depression, , there's two schools of people as people who really want the world to stop taking over again, , nobody knows people who found such solace in lockdown that they get straightened things are moving moving with his two schools. . I'm kind of a bit of a halfway house, , but generally I am I've tried very much to. . Err on the side of positivity I've tried to be perspective police at loose women is what they call me and try to look for the good news about this virus <unk> when we can help build little China because this too many Corona Karen that cooling out bang just want to dwell on all of the bad signs in order to statistics don't seem to want us to move forward. . So I tried to just having a little bit of perspective on it. . So generally I've been very long winded willfully wave say I've okay. . Woeful is very much welcomed. . So do not. . How you feeling with kind of the end of lockdown in there you said you're kind of in between the nerves and the feeling. . Okay about it. . It's kind of difficult to remain positive because if you if you have to read the mainstream media which all of us being in the media we do, , and because of loose women particularly, , we have a very at never been noticed. . In eighteen years. . But I have in the last few weeks because we have corona virus and we have the black lives matter to huge arenas and. . <unk> been difficult at <unk> after at Jojoy Day as as as middle class white woman sitting on a panel not knowing. . How terrified to know what to say trying to take guidance from all black colleagues you know, , and so that's been that's been hard to navigate, , and also I will not go to the table at least women and to talk about the virus without back by science. . So but that's also difficult because you have the Oxford model and the imperial model as to, , for example, , who are completely different I kind of night before science was sort of social wrong thing that if it was the virus whole, , the scientists would. . Be on what it was and where it was going to go. . So as I say they call me perspective police and I try desperately to remain positive and my view is things like the second wave if there is going to be a second way, , let's prepare for let's deal with it but let's not ruin some of joys about coming out of not down by by we don't know that there's going to be one you know. . Today hearing and I will share. . But you know there's such positive news about the about the vaccine coming out. . But also you have to look for this news you have to look for the stats that moment that may be slight outbreaks going on. . In infection, , but the mortality rate is the lowest that we've had in July for years. . So again, , it's balancing it all and just trying to remain optimistic. . Can we talk a bit about your ambient <unk> unwelcome visitor now? ? Housing depression being. . During the kind of positive promoting it and also to the rising event how's it have? ? You managed that his Araya to? ? Attack No it has the <unk> it has been right. . So the book was spooned at Shall We say by an me documenting an episode of depression real time last September. . And like I said before my depression in the May. . Not Always. But . in the main is endogenous, , it's organic. . So it is depressive illness. . And M. . so as a result of that I, , never know when it's coming. . So an example to people who don't know about about about it as opposed to when we feel depressed went something circumstantially, , it's made you settle or grief-stricken, , which is horrible and depression is not persistent sadness which are often read whenever you look for description of depression it will stay position sadness and I want to say that sadnesses something that we that we feel when something makes us sad. . Like happiness you know it's not a striving for happiness. . Happiness is something we should feel when something makes us happy. . But depression depresses every single emotion. . So you can't feel happiness sadness lovejoy greed <unk> nothing nothing nothing nothing. . So I went to my sister's feeling terrible the morning eyewear crop and visit mine welcome visit to is definitely that and impulsively having talked about this for thirty years I picked up my phone and I recorded three day episode of Depression in. . Real. . Time. . It wasn't until I was well again about four days later. . And that that I realized the impact digit hat I hadn't realized because I hadn't been well enough. . My phone goes away unlike missing my phone rings and it'd been on news at ten million and a half people viewed it on the comments ladies would just. . Heartbreaking you know people who completely felt that they been heard for the first time in that I was describing what they feel like people who showed them to that family who suddenly seemed to have an understanding of what gone through people who had never been empathetic to people with depression because they thought it was a what is she going to be depressed about not understanding the illness

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"denise" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"denise" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

"It is my honor to have Denise Lynn on the House Meditations podcast today, someone who I think brings the wisdom of the sacred feminine insight as an ancestor of the Cherokee Indians, and as a deeply empathetic person, so thanks for coming on the PODCAST. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah so <hes>. How maybe we'll just start out by. How is your heart doing the these are really daunting times. How is your heart? Lamb assuming you're talking about my my emotional heart, and this has been a <unk> for everyone really, but for so many of us. Such a challenging time it's been a time of had times in days where I feel like I've just been brought to my knees, and I have times when I feel like both my arms are cast up to the heavens, and my heart is opening, and I can feel the creator deep inside of me. It's just been a roller coaster in I'm a big believer in embracing it all I know some people like to just just embrace the positive emotions and try to suppress the negative ones, but I think that. They did. Health emotional health spiritual health comes from embracing all of it, so it has been it has been a roller coaster, and it's been a time of. Just deeply felt love and. But then also times of a fear and challenge in era days. And so I'm just I'm I'm there around that sacred fire with everyone? Feeling that all? The last few months, you've been sheltering in place in your home in northern California because of the global pandemic. How has how has that been? You know it's it's. It's been an interesting time <hes>. I tend to be a bit of an introvert. So in that regards I have loved having this time in my home I've loved having this time with my husband, but at the same time I have so many friends and acquaintances that are going through such hard times that. I I have a foot in each each realm one place. Where is Kinda cool I'm get to be home in another place where Oh. My Gosh people I deeply care about are going through such challenging time so it just. It's just a hard opening time. A heart opening, yes. Have, there been any <hes> particular practices that you've meditation practices or contemporary of practices or <hes> I. Mean You have such a <hes>? So many decades of study and practice with various traditions various modalities. Techniques. In this in this time that we've been sheltering in place. What <hes> traditions practices have you drawn the most? Now, I'm going to share with you something that I do every morning. It's not something that everyone can do depending on where you live but I think there are forms of this that anyone can do. So? I tend to wake up early. And then I go sit outside. The Sun isn't up yet, but in the east, the the horizon is just starting to get that beautiful amber color. And, as I look to the sky, I see the bats. And in the stillness of the early morning these big, they're big bats around here. These pick bats are spiraling around and around. And I love watching them, and as they continue to to kind of spiral around the the couple of pine trees that were left after the big fires we had here. There's the sound of the first bird. And in the second bird, and then over time the bats disappear, they go. They go to sleep and the birds begin their morning chorus. Do something to me about the beginning of a new day. Every day can indeed be a new beginning. And I think that's for me really important to remind myself that no matter what happened yesterday, know better. What is happening in the world? No matter what is happening to my friends, today is a new beginning. I find that reminder of the new beginning in the early morning, and this is not an uncommon practice in native in ancient cultures, the idea of greeting the day being pressed for the day. Of especially looking to the east, the place of the rising. As, honoring and acknowledging this day begins new is a time honored tradition. So I think that's what I'm doing is just honoring the beginning of every day. I think that's something that anyone can do. It doesn't cost anything. It doesn't take very much time just just just. This state is new and I can. I, no matter what the challenges have been. This is a new beginning. So that's what I do. Ryan you know for for so many people <hes> because. With the with the pandemic, and now with with the unrest, there's a lot of fear anxiety. A lot of that fear and anxiety comes from just uncertainty. Are Not certain. What's going to be happening like tomorrow or even today? So do you, could you <hes> offer some advice for those individuals? Who when they ate when they wake up, <hes> they already they're their psyche is already sort of <hes> marinating in uncertainty, and in fear anxiety, so that moving into the days actually can be quite daunting. So I would offer two things. The first thing is that in regards to the fear is. Out something very interesting about the savannahs of Africa. In the SAVANNAHS, there are watering holes. and. The life of the Savannah the life of the land depends on these watering holes. During the summer when it gets hot, they get smaller. They begin to get stagnant. And they begin to die except for the crocodile, the crocodile goes into those waterholes, and it looks like chaos. It's all and as he moves his Taylor. She moves her tail whips it around. Everything looks muddied. Everything looks looks chaotic, and yet that brings life force energy. The Life Force keeps up the pond in the these areas of water alive, so that the the animals can live until the spring <hes> until the the rains come again. I also think of a stagnant pool, the first six inches Leclair. However if you begin to get fresh water flowing into that pool, it looks muddy for a while. It looks turned up. It does not look could, but eventually you can see the sandy bottom. A recurrence to fear at suggests the this is what I'm doing for myself. Is it looks? Bad. And I remind myself on some level that this is bringing a fresh new energy, the the chaos, the fear, the uncertainty of this time is bringing a new level of understanding, and in terms of you talk about the early morning. In many years ago in a tiny little town in England cul pregnant seaside town. Some of the residents were concerned because there was so much violence so many accidents so much drunkenness and they're sweet. Little town people would surge to the town in the summer, and then there'd be a lot of chaos. They said what can we do? They believe in the power of intent. They believed in the power of prayer. So, once a day for only one minute at exactly noon they would send energy into the fountain. They would just visualize peaceful thoughts going into the Fountain and they visualized at that peace would radiate out from the fountain into their town. Not The individ year. They thought it feels better, but is it subjective or is it really better, so they got crime reports will for that year crime reports were away down. They got emergency entrances into the hospital for that duration. That was way down. In every accident reports, way down. Everything diminished. The began to share this concept with people in other towns, the same thing one minute today to a central point with the idea that that piece is spreading out in every case when they would take statistics of that one year compared to previous years. Every thing was different. Everything

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"denise" Discussed on Coronavirus + Sports

Coronavirus + Sports

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"denise" Discussed on Coronavirus + Sports

"As you talk. I can't help to think of athletes of now and yesterday who were so good as that the late Kobe Bryant of course being able to control his emotions Michael Jordan. We're watching the last dance. Do you use certain athletes as examples in order to see how best I don't probably so much because the reason why is I'm very much about all your thoughts and all your feelings are okay. I don't want you judging any of them. 'cause if you judge them they're actually going to get bigger and get in your way more. Just accept them and try to understand where they're coming from other times. You get information and believe it or not you can get motivation like give your frustrated about a performance where a lot of people in sports psychology would say. Shake it off. Put it behind you. Nothing you can do. I'll be like okay. Let's dig into what that frustrations really about. Is there a lesson in there that you can use to prepare better to train better to motivate you? Were really like weird and radical in that way and that. We're we're like fine with all these so-called negative emotions and like let's find the information let's like figure out how we can use that energy to take to the next level. That is really interesting. Embracing your vulnerabilities. Basically which is I mean. I was an actor for more than fifteen years. And that's literally what you learn in that right right right if enacting you go about trying to like sound like the character without using your own feelings. It's not gonNA work right. You're gonNA come across as like artificial and stilted and all of that. What the neurosciences learned is like how we feel is essentially the basis of everything right. But we haven't been taught. I mean you've taught that and acting but generally people have not been taught that in fact they've been taught the opposite. That's right yeah and even when you're an athlete that sometimes is the case. Where you like? You just said most sports You know staff tell their athletes just put it on the side whereas your saying no. Let's let's face it. Open that door and welcome it because I will loan a few weeks ago. I was with a group of athletes and the coaches there. And the coaches like you know. I just tried to teach everybody to fail in. Forget it you know if you make if you fail forget it and go on to the next thing and they were all like we use fail and forget it we use failing forget it and then like I kept the conversation going one guy says well you know. Sometimes I can't quite forget it and I knew it. I know it talk about what you do. And you can't quite forget it so denise this is also a great time I think to maybe help our listeners during that pandemic especially sports fans but it doesn't necessarily need to be limited to that. What are some of the things that we can do? A daily basis as we look to remain healthy during quarantine and when I say healthy I don't just mean in the literal sense but as you're mentioning. The emotional sends the mental. What can we do from from your teachings? Well the I just be gentle and forgiving yourself like this is super hard. It was bizarre when we first started right and for the first week or two is probably kind of interesting. You know Gosh I get to stay at home and I have more time and like you know now. Whatever we're into it six weeks. This is hard so it's okay for you to frustrated with it and like I always say that a superpower is being able to answer the question. What am I feeling? And why am I feeling it but answered accurately and when you do that you tend to okay? Well I'm feeling this way or that way because of this or that and it has this crazy way of going with and you go okay. Well I've just gotTa deal with that or I feel like this and you know tomorrow feel different. You know being able to say you're frustrated or depressed or worried about how this GONNA work out. There's just some magic about just acknowledging that that helps you to function better and by the way the research shows that that's a much more healthy way to function that people who are able to put the so called negative emotions into words. Those people are less blocked by those negative emotions. We all think the opposite if you admit to it. It's GonNa get bigger if you admit to it. It's GonNa get in your way you know. It's the exact opposite. Plus it takes like a level of skill and maturity to just like going to the dentist. Nobody likes dentists. You have to go there hold your mouth and Utah hurt you know but we all do it. Well that's the same with tolerating feeling frustrated or worry or a bit down in the dumps overlake. When's life's going to get back to normal? So it's a long winded way of saying. Just be gentle with yourself you know. Don't judge your thoughts and feelings like okay. This is a strange weird time. Be Weird to not feel bad and as you mentioned after going to the dentist you feel better for which is the same situation. Yeah Yeah I mean I really think. It's a super power to be able to admit to fears. Frustrations disappointments tolerate them. The physical experience of it analyze it for like what it's really about. Get some piece of information out of it but just the sort of focusing on it tends to make it. Go Away then. A lot of people are really scared to do it. They're scared if they feel afraid that they'll they admit to fear they'll feel like terrified and being mobilized or if they Mitt feeling a bit depressed they'll be immobilized like doesn't really work like that. Do you think it's become a little bit more of a challenge? Now just because of the social digital age that we live in all wheel almost become numb to so many things because we're constantly on a devise or looking at a screen. Tweeting or an opposed. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's a really great question. I mean there's a million ways in the world that people avoid their unpleasant feelings certainly like twitter is one of them or instagram. It's distraction you know. It's in the category of distraction in fat. All Bad. It's just you know like everything in moderation kind of people are afraid of feeling their feelings and whether it doesn't really matter whether it's one of my hedge fund guys whether it's an athlete feelings are fundamental to like human behavior performance perception decision making fundamental to everything. And so the better. You get at them. The more you think about them like a data set and try to understand what they're all about the more effective. You're going to be no matter. What realm you're operating it. Truly great advice. Feel your feelings and embrace them. I like that I leave. That has the motto of the Denise Show a performance strategy and Decision Advisor. Ceo of the Rethink Group. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. Christiane it. The power of the mind those beyond confidence it's also about appreciating vulnerability. So whether you're an athlete or a sports writer an Avid Fan Gordon Executive. The outbreak essentially became an equal opportunist when it came to distributing excited but as denise tortoise if we are able to use these worries to our advantage and make them our ally we can grow in strength and determination to Denise Shull for joining me today. We'll continue bringing you these stories throughout the corona virus crisis. If you like what we're doing please recommend to a friend or family member and leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts. It really helps others find the show. You can listen to Corona Virus and sports for Free. Wherever you get your podcast and be sure to subscribe or follow us for the latest episodes. Stay safe and we'll see you next time..

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