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What Not to Spend Money On: The Crib

The Mom Room

01:43 min | Last month

What Not to Spend Money On: The Crib

"The next thing. I want to talk about which i'm happy that we didn't spend money on is nursery decor and a crib or like the baby furniture for the nursery. So i obviously. I wanted to but i ended up finding a really cute set that i loved that matched the kind of room that i wanted him to have when he was a baby. I'll share a picture of his nursery on instagram. actually so we ended up getting a set of a tall dresser and then a lower dresser and then his crib from kia. And i think all three of those pieces of furniture came up to like five hundred or six hundred dollars whereas cribs that i were i was looking at that. Were really nice. And in the nice baby stores were like just. The crib itself was like six hundred or over so that crib was amazing. It had drawers on the bottom and we used that up until we switched him to a bed. And it's still like in mint condition. I am happy that we did not spend a lot of money on the crib knocking ally and to be honest when we travel to my husband's parents house in vancouver or to my parents property to my sister's house we just bought one of the. I think it's one hundred dollars and it's like a would basic crib for my kierra. And if i was you know. If i knew what i know now and i was having my first baby again i would just by that one hundred dollar kia crib. And that's it. i wouldn't even buy one. That's more

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"dresser" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

02:40 min | Last month

"dresser" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

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"dresser" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

04:37 min | Last month

"dresser" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

"Looked at me again and i was like is. He never going to tell me and he went into call. It says ball and the night through my head back and laughed really hard and i went maybe dyslexic. He went Maybe forget what he dated for a little bit after so. I guess i'm still tom. I'll never get smarter. There was one time we were driving you. Driving as he speed limit said either even thirty five and you said fifty is like thirty. It's a whole other number. It's not even a reason the elsewhere i think both the numbers are wrong. You just completely read a different number. No no it's not a and what happens. Is i see something and then i just start talking to you. Remember when we got pulled over washington and who we rented a drop top. Bmw immediately went to a thrift store to stood on the poor book which is joke but like we not why we don't buy we did it. We love deals like thrift stores and we bought things but we got pulled over. Because i was speeding and the officer goes. Do you know why i pulled over. Nason he is. You're speeding. Why were you speeding. And i said look this car and then you don't even think he's hesitated that you're just like we'll get this. He's like okay walked away and then you're like i didn't know speeding. I'm sorry yeah options. Just lie and then i said what if he comes back and i said i was trying to take you to freedom because you wearing a head scarf and you really. Don't you dare. Yeah and it took everything in me not to say it would have been so funny. I'm just like limit our interaction with this cop fully just trying to die. You really are getting pulled over like what's funny. We can get shot raising two black women and a fancy car only he likes that like the fuck out of here and not talk to him anymore and then he came back and he gave us the g. Give us a ticket. Amy a fucking ticket. And you're like. I promise i won't do it again. I was like now. You're admitting that you knew you did. Well i figure if i'd have paid four hundred dollars in the state of washington. I'll let you know okay so beyond say. Oh yes okay. The greatest parker being their friend..

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"dresser" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

03:40 min | Last month

"dresser" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

"In the wondering app. Boy the history of beyond saying paltrow's friendship. This is a segment that we like to call so bad and weight. We don't really need it so this segment is called celebrity best friends and i didn't know this was brought to my attention that beyond say and gwyneth paltrow are very good friend. Good friends yeah. They're like always talking about each other. Always either them do any interviews anymore but but for a time they were best friend. I honestly sometimes believe that. Hollywood best friendships are not built to last for a time. You have something in common. Yeah and then you grow apart because you are very famous and like really living. Yeah things happen travel so we got this picture of gwyneth telling beyond say something funny which i don't buy an okay. Wig see meet cute. This is the meet cute. There is speculation that they met through their husbands. Jay z and chris martin and gwyneth ultimately explained that they met the couple at a benefit new york. Some years back. We just kind of hooked up and became really close. You told ellen degeneres in two thousand ten so there's a little this little old. They're incredible people are very kind generous. Good good people good good. They got that good. Good good do that. Ooh till two thousand fifteen. They were friends. And now we got beyond say jay z and gwyneth clap in at a i. It's probably a coldplay concert. I'll tell you say also performed with coldplay l. at the grammys sports. The grammy's of yes the super bowl. Not that long ago right. Yeah although gwyneth and chris split by by then but they're still young. Maybe they may. Will they consciously uncoupled this true. So conscious uncoupling. Yeah and i think that means they. They didn't end on bad terms. I guess so right. So yes i guess. They didn't have to split up their friends because it was a conscious effort so oh so beyond that. She's incredible she's a great friend on every level. Which i think is really wild because beyond say is not known to talk about anything in her personal i now but it was at the premier documentary. Life is but a dream which there was billboards. All over la. They split up her name to make it spell bay once and i was like who is bay once and i felt so stupid the movie widows john and i thought it was windows so every time we pass the billboard. We'd be like who's and then we're telling our bit is boyfriend boyfriend goes widows the movie his widow widows humane. Say that you definitely want to by yourself. And now he's john's right. I think ice creamed windows. And then i think he just never checked. I was on a date once and there was a drink. We were like tiki bar and it said bowl drinks. But i glanced at it. It was like what's a blow drink and this man looked at me. Looks at the menu..

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"dresser" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

03:27 min | Last month

"dresser" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

"I don't know maybe someone will read it. Who needs to hear it. Maybe we'll just end up in the trash but like maybe i don't know maybe someone at the post office we'll go. There's no address on this. It's just a man's name. Men are dogs. Open this up. see what's about. Maybe they'll read and go. Oh shit feelings to. I should move on as well. I don't know. Yeah you're going to really empower some post ladies. Maybe maybe they'll read the dad one and be like you know what my dad fuck man to boop dead you fuck me up. I don't know all right or nothing could happen. Yeah but you're ninety. Put your name on it. No and then their real names aren't on it. Good may change them. Yeah cool to name the if close enough so close. that's funny. Yeah oh and then last night it was a pretty good night. Like i felt good with my spiritual side my feelings and stuff because i don't know how much i actually believe in tarot cards but like they've been pretty on point within. Yeah and then my friend. Jason also had his poll in. They were so on point for him. It was like kind of wild. And then i had a pole dancing class last night. My whole right side is very very fucking sawyer. We learned how to do a peter pan spin which is so hard. yeah. I didn't know it wasn't till you pandya..

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Team USA off to Slow Start at Tokyo Olympics

NBC Nightly News

01:01 min | Last month

Team USA off to Slow Start at Tokyo Olympics

"For more on the of these games for more than usa and what to keep an eye on in the days ahead. We're joined by our pal might tweak. Oh nbc olympics time owes always good to say circuit to be here in in the morning the evening here. So we've seen some swimming. We've seen some gymnastics softball. We've seen some skateboarding now. Forty eight hours in compared to other countries compared to team. usa's pass. How are we well. That first night usually see the us win and swimming and it didn't happen but the us ended up with a pretty good hall at the end of that first full session. And i think that starts some of the momentum. The united states actually has won more medals shooting gold three than they have in swimming too. But swimming's won eight medals and that's really where the lion share comes from and you saw some of the folks over there for the eight who've won medals the decky and dresser will be key to this and katie winning silver and caleb in the goal of the four by one hundred sets a good tone for the rest of the team as they go through the rest of the week.

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The Disappearance of Joyce Yost

Cold

02:52 min | 2 months ago

The Disappearance of Joyce Yost

"Near as kim could tell her mother had last been seen late on the prior saturday night in her sister. Dorothy driveway to know if it had been twenty four hours. You be missing. Nobody you in twenty four hour started by the next day. When they're still wasn't anything. I begged them. Just meet me over there. Go in and see what's wrong you know. And so they met me over there but they made me go in. They didn't go in. I kim wriggled into her. Mother's apartment around noon on tuesday august thirteenth through a side window. She knew did not latch tight. She unlocked the door allowing her husband and a south ogden officer inside everything was clean just like she kept spotless. No sign of a struggle department was always tidy. Everything in the kitchen appeared as usual. She had a one of those automatic times. Copied kicked on and made coffee and the coffee pot was fool. They went into choices bedroom. All our jewelry and everything was on a dresser Anybody came in and robbed her. Everything just like normal. It's like joyce would keep it. Almost the bed was made. A single pillow sat at the top of the bed. It was a minor thing but joyce's bed usually had two pillows always used to falsely petillo that. Tv was right where it was supposed to be her toothbrush her cosmetics. All that stuff was in the bathroom. The pink dress. Joyce had worn to the officers club the prior saturday night sat draped over the back of a chair. Obviously she came home. Set the coffee pot. She had every intention to getting up on starting at her day and just never got to start. Kim looked in her mom's closet. Joyce had so many outfits it was impossible to tell if any of them were missing but she did notice something else. I found a wash cloth down between the dresser in the door and it was dried up and crumpled like had fallen down between detective. sergeant brad. Birch arrived at joyce's apartment that same afternoon to performing more thorough search. He stripped joyce's bed discovering the sheets and the pillow sham didn't match. He examined the wash cloth. It was crusty as happens when water slowly evaporates out of cotton. He smoothed it out. The front face had alternating stripes of pink brown green and gray. The back was tan with several rust colored stains dried blood.

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"dresser" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:22 min | 2 months ago

"dresser" Discussed on WBUR

"Dresser. I don't really understand what this part is. I don't feel like we have those pieces. Um, we thought we did something. But even though building the furniture can be a painful chore. People seem to really like the outcome. Sometimes you think you're doing it wrong. At the end of the day, he built the desk together. To you. That table might seem really great because you're the one who created it. It is the fruit of your labor. And that is really the idea behind the effect it is that we come to over value the things that we have created ourselves. In fact, the psychological bias might actually be an important part of Ikea as business model the way people usually think about Ikea. Is that I can't give you good furniture for a low cost because they offload lots of the costs on to their consumers. The assembly costs But in fact, we were in a sense, challenging that idea and saying This is actually psychological benefit behind this that actually people money end up liking the furniture more because they built it, And it's not so much a cost but a benefit that they get to build their own furniture. Daniel and his co authors did a series of experiments to test this hypothesis. They brought volunteers into the lab and give them either a Lego car preassembled or gave them Legos and instructions. And told the participants to build a car themselves. Then they ask the volunteers. How much would you pay to keep your Lego car and what we find is that the people who build their own Legos not only are willing to pay more to keep their assembled Legos. But also when we asked him how proud they are of their own creations, they tend to be prouder of their Legos in mind you. These are Legos that are designed to 57 year olds. But nonetheless, there seems to be some competence. Some pride associated with once creation, even for basic things as building Lagos, the researchers replicated the study using other products like Ikea furniture. And the effect was the same. People who spend time and effort building something felt proud of what they had built, fell in love with it, and we're willing to pay lots of money to keep the things they'd built. From the perspective of a rational economist. This doesn't make much sense. The students might be willing to pay twice as much money to buy the exact same Lego car if they just finished building that Lego car then if the Lego car was given to them pre built So why might people value something more after building it themselves, compared to buying the same product made by someone else for half the cost?.

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Zuhdi Jasser Suggests Rep. Ilhan Omar Has an Un-American Worldview

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Zuhdi Jasser Suggests Rep. Ilhan Omar Has an Un-American Worldview

"To know about. Muslims. Who are Very comfortable with with the Western enlightenment and in the United States and who can practice their faith freely and, uh Who support our country and yet Judy Dresser. We watch Omar and tallied and others. These are Radical individuals. Will you tell us? What What did you How do you make this out? Well, you know, I have to tell you as much as every tweet that she does revealed her ideology. It's not just about the one tweet. It's her worldview. It's incompatible with Americanism. She is at her core anti American. So now we're seeing all of the uproar appropriately about this tweet, where she equated are American troops in Israel with the Taliban, Hamas and these other terror groups. And a few years ago, she equated our service in Somalia. She basically chastised Senator Franken for reminding Minnesotans about The terror committed against American troops were 19 died in 73 were injured in 1993. And yet, she said, no the real terrorists at the time where Americans who killed thousands of Somali And this is when she was barely 10 years old. So I would ask Americans, you know, she has no business serving on the Foreign Affairs Committee. Not just because of a few comments here or there, her worldview. Is that America is evil is that Israel is evil. The West is evil, and that the the the righteous ones are the Islamists who believe in an Islamic state. Her resume on foreign policy is the support of BDs, where she

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As Lumber Prices Climb, DIY-Ers Cut Out the Middle Man and Mill Their Own

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:03 min | 4 months ago

As Lumber Prices Climb, DIY-Ers Cut Out the Middle Man and Mill Their Own

"The price of lumber has more than doubled over the last year so concern consumers with home improvement projects are looking for ways to save. One of those ways is extreme. Do it yourself. We're talking about milling your own lumber. Emily swing reports from anchorage. Hans styles spent the winter building a sawmill from scratch in his garage. Water saw mill. I can make a lot of stuff with it. They also need to learn how to weld. Dow sawmill is about half the size of an upright piano today. He's cutting dozens of boards to build garden boxes. I he rolls a nine foot log into place and then was born the ear plugs. Because it's kinda loud then. He fires up his mill guides jagged metal blade through the long dow spent three thousand dollars to build a sawmill. He'll save thousands on future projects a shed and a bench maybe a dresser

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"dresser" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"dresser" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"To give them a little something because they aren't they aren't making any money so giving them twenty bucks or giving them a gift card to starbucks is totally you know warranted but a to your address or might also mean. Here's a plate of cookies. Or here's your favorite coffee. That i see you bring me in every week or maybe it is like you're bringing the coffee. You're you're making the coffee or or or something like that. That's a tip to potentially like a courtesy. It's a matter of just showing that appreciation whether it's an actual dollars or a gift or something factly exactly and if you're going to be with this person all year the navy that happens at christmas you know what i mean are at. The holidays are on. Somebody's birthday or so. There's no rules. There's no rhyme or reason or rules but but the courtesy does exist and it is kind of standard in a broadway production. I will say that that. Certainly there is that expectation you know. When i was on tour. It was always how much you giving this week. It was just expected. And now i was in the on sombor in both of those tours that i did. So yes there. There was that one or two people that were assigned to us but it did become an expectation and sometimes the their stressors like particularly for vida within the first act. I would say there was five big costume changes. So certain shows require a lot more or is in addams family. I stayed in one costume the entire show. Right and the expectation. There would be very different than the expectation on evita. absolutely i. there's no rules to. But i you could think about it in terms this either so i like to think about it. Think about in terms of somebody who waits on you in a restaurant and you know that there's an expectation that they get between ten and fifteen percent for waiting on you but that is really truly the only money they're making waiting on you but think about in terms of like dressing you know they're getting salary. Maybe so. is there that little extra thing that you want to give to them as well for showing appreciation exactly because whenever..

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"dresser" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"dresser" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"All found outlets for their love of theater and especially broadway. Well it was actually one of the leaders of broadway makers that introduced me to today's guests. And i am so grateful to have met and spoken with kimberly faye greenberg and now. She's an actress and singer who has become best known for her fanny. Brice shows and performing as this legendary character has opened up so many doors for kimberly but it took her awhile to finally settle into this iconic role and at one point she was even performing in two off broadway shows at the same time now in conjunction with her acting career. Here in new york. She's also been a dresser. In many broadway shows as swing. She isn't bound to just one show full-time so she's able to bounce around to different shows from the lion king and cabaret to something rotten and cinderella and all of this on top of a coaching business as well. So needless to say kimberly stays quite busy but rather than listen to me extol virtues. Here's actually an upcoming guest. Who has a very special place in her. Heart for kimberly. Kimberly greenberg is my guardian angel She's the reason that i get to work on broadway. She helped me craft my resume. She helped me meet connections. She got cheap reached out to me and was like. Hey the supervisor with looking for people send your stuff. I'll put in a good word. She is hands down. One of the best people i've ever come across. That's evelyn lebel. And you'll be hearing from her and her fiance a couple of episodes from now as they talk about their own journey to working backstage in theater but for now. Let's get to my conversation with kimberly and her work as an actress and coach. Hello kimberley thank you. So much for being here on the podcast. Thanks so much for having made. This is fighting. Yes yes yes. We were talking before we got started a of our years here in the city. Where so we're we're both officially new yorkers now. We're having lived here so long now. We're both way past the ten year mark. that's right and the other one for actors is being on law and order now. I fortunately did my criminal intent back when that was a show. Have you ever done the law and order. Yeah it's so funny. I don a background role. Many many many years ago on law and order but i have yet to actually do a role online order so that is still a thing. That's still a bucket list because one of the main things you've been doing in your twenty years here in the city is obviously on stage productions and i was reading that at one point you did to off broadway shows at the same time so two questions number one how exactly did that come about scheduling and then number two just must have been hectic and exhausting right. Yes oh my larry story. I can't even believe i did it. It's now it's been now like five or six years actually a little more than that. Because that started in about two thousand and thirteen and went on for about three years in told where i was doing these shows. So i opened and danny and sylvia the danny kaye musical playing sylvia. Fine and this is a two person musical about the historical danny kaye. And i would never have imagined anything that would've ever happened in my career. That was beyond comprehension. That you could even do something like that. But us person saw me in that show and had a fanny brice solo show and had asked if i would workshop it and i did at that same time i was doing getting sylvia and then about a year later through a series of twists and turns..

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Sharon Stone Discusses Her Autobiography in Candid Interview

BBC World Service

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Sharon Stone Discusses Her Autobiography in Candid Interview

"It's nearly 30 years since Sharon Stone played Catherine Tramell in the film Basic Instinct. It was a role she craved, but only managed to get after 12. Other actresses turned it down. It became a huge box of his hit on that infamous uncross ng and crossing of the legs scene remains one of the most controversial and talked about moments in film history. The movies that followed include an Oscar nomination for her role in Scorsese's casino alongside Robert DeNiro. More recently, the Laundromat with Meryl Streep on on the small screen. There was last year standout performance in the Netflix series, Ratchet. At the height of her career in 2001, having had several miscarriages on day after adopting her first child, Sharon Stone, suffered a stroke and almost died. She's now written her autobiography, the Beauty of Living twice in it. She talks about the fact that some people saw her as a very strong, difficult woman and how upsetting that's peanut times as she told the BBC's Emma Barnet. We think what it really is, is that I don't have the capacity to lie, and I think that people find that quite off putting And when I tell the truth that can seem quite offensive or the favorite Hollywood word difficulty. I do feel that in business. We're often put in positions that we didn't ever see ourselves being put in. And they're often crisis moments where we have to reconsider. I'm in this position. Now. What am I going to do with regards to the me to movement? Now are a couple of years on from that deep do you actually think Because the other thing you talk about being the only woman on set, you know men were doing your hair. Men were doing your makeup. Do you think it has got any better? Yes, because legally, they're just things that cannot be explained away anymore. You just can't say why can't she have a female dresser?

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How to treat bed bug, roach, and flee infestations.

The Blessed Pest Solutions Podcast

02:04 min | 6 months ago

How to treat bed bug, roach, and flee infestations.

"Hello this is jason from blessed pesci. I'm here today to talk to you. About three specially pass that we need to prepare properly for before trading and they are bedbugs roaches and fleas. So first off we're going to get started with bedbugs. One of the things that you wanna do first off is wash all linens betting materials clothing stuffed animals etc and the highest of lovable water temperature and dry on the hottest allowable heat setting all honored items such as linens clothing. Stuffed animals should be placed in new plastic bags or plastic containers sealed tightly and relocated to the living room. All clothing items that can be laundered must be dry cleaned. We recommend leaving these items at the cleaners between the initial treatment and follow up visits if necessary remove all items from closets including any items on closet shells follow the procedure above for laundering. All clothing no items should remain in the closet remove all miscellaneous items from dressers nightstands and chess place them into plastic bags or sealed containers in the center of the living room floor. None of these items should remain. In the bedroom. Vacuum floors carpets area rugs and use the Cracking crevice attachment from your vacuum around baseboards bed frame. Sofas and other furniture items discard vacuum. Bag's contents after us. All luggage that has been used recently during travel must remain empty so it may be inspected and treated if necessary. Remove all shells picture. Frames aren't worth wall clocks decorative items from the walls and place on the floor in the same room as they were hanging these items must be inspected entreated if necessary all large pieces of furniture must be pulled at least two feet. Away from the baseboards in every room of your home.

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How To Know When To Strip or Sand Furniture

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

03:27 min | 6 months ago

How To Know When To Strip or Sand Furniture

"Let's dive into some tips. So the first category is when you get a piece a lot of times you have to strip it down or sand it. So do you know in distribute it versus sandy. Do you have any tips for that while you have to figure out if it's wood or if it's veneer and you're go from there for me. Normally the way i tell is like the weight so if it's pretty like substantial heavier is normally would versus like veneer like md. Ask fours and stuff and then like you can always stay on like maybe the back and just kinda like get a little bit in and then see what happens when you get that. I lay off and you can kind of tell if it is like because you're obviously going to hit the md board pretty quick with your sander. And then if you do then you gotta start stripping disturbs driven out if you hit past the grain into a board that looks like well like either particle board or not would not i will never yeah so in some of it's personal preference. I know even real wood pieces. Some people prefer to strip instead of sand. Cassia ending really does take off like a layer and then if you have certain things like that are more ornate strippers really better because some stuff. You can't stand like i know you're dresser or your nightstand from last season. Had that really intense like brady would kind of crazy now. A super crazy but i took so long for that piece actually ended up taking off the like actually detail of that would. He's because i couldn't strip it couldn't like sand it like there was nothing i could do to get the paint off and so then to remove that actually just like paint over that do you remember neck. turn out so good. I still have another one. That has never finished. So that's all non dance and then another thing. A lot of people wonder about sanding is kind of what grits to use all. Save the secret magic bullet for you to share with everyone you love. But just in general you kind of have to grits. You have your shaping grit so that's gonna be lower numbers like eighty hundred sixty and those are going to be kind of shape the wood and then you have your smoothing grits. So that's higher numbers like one twenty two twenty and that's going to smooth out your would before finish so usually if you have paint that you're just trying to strip you can start with eighty or a hundred you don't really need to go lower than that and then you work your way up if you wanna paint you can stop around to twenty but if you're finishing your would what is. Our magic secrets are manager. Cigaret- that we just found out about getting are amazing sander mirka sedan. Was that if you three. Twenty grit neighbor. The three twenty is like i never realized you should like go above two twenty. Three twenty is like next level against just so smooth. It flake like butter for real. I mean every time. I finish something. And it's with three twenty eyesight. I wish people can actually feel this because it's like nothing you thought before. I don't know it really is like such a game changer. To use three twenty on all of

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Rewiring and Resiliency for Better Health with Nicole Waters

Outcomes Rocket

05:43 min | 7 months ago

Rewiring and Resiliency for Better Health with Nicole Waters

"Today i have the privilege of hosting nicole waters on the podcast. She is a natural health practitioner who utilizes integrative techniques for mind body spirit integration. She created her own stress management program utilizing mind body relaxation neuro harmonizing breath work and neuro linguistic programming to guide our clients to overcome stress patterns and rewire into powerful states of living. Nicole also provides consultations utilizing food medicine as well as emotional wellness consultations. She believes everyone has the opportunity to thrive in their life and through education and support. She has seen people turn their lives around. Three hundred. sixty degrees. Nicole has been in the area of wellness for over twenty years. It was her own struggles with stress anxiety and health imbalances that allowed her to search out and find new ways to live healthy and well. Nicole enjoys working with clients to teach self healing tools and techniques needed for clients to transform their lives into ones. They enjoy living. She has experienced in both conventional as well as medicine before starting her own business. She was in corporate america within the healthcare market for over twenty. Nine years she's a natural health practitioner Licensed professional coach a certified rakia professional and a registered yoga teacher. So she's got a lot to offer us today around the subject of wellness nicole. Such a privilege to have you with us today. Oh it's my privileges thank you for having me saul absolutely so before we get into the nuts and bolts and You know what you guys do. Tell us a little bit about you. And what exactly inspires your work in healthcare while i think you know when miraculous things come about for a for each of us when we know what our life's work is it kind of happens interesting way and sometimes we're like what are we doing here. What's how is this happening. But you know for me it was. You know my own health journey. That started some ways of looking at medicine differently health differently wellbeing what that means and just taking a kind of a different path. You know i was somebody who i was. Now it's been over. Twenty years was diagnosed with a health condition. Ulcer at an early age. That was when i was thirty and just some of the things that had come up about. That was just something that i wasn't willing to do and i just started to dig in look at some other ways of going about it and i think that this happens with different people you now. You're just like that doesn't seem to vibe too well. And what are some of the other routes to go and You know. I think that's really were coming into a time. As far as inspiration with healthcare so much has changed within healthcare and people are really on looking at getting to the root of what's going on and maybe not so much of going for a quick fix on one eight to really know why they're feeling the feelings. They are why their body is feeling such a way why they have these sort of annul. Host of imbalances are things that are showing up. Maybe not going that quick fix route anymore. Because it hasn't really you know maybe it's been more like a band aid instead of just really finding out what's going deeper and deeper and that's really. What kind of inspires me. I inspire people to help them understand a variety of things that i want struggled with for example like fighter flight or adrenaline. And cortisol know. We're in a situation where people are very highly stressed and i was one of those as well. I think i came out of the womb stressed. I was in that situation and we don't a lot of times go into You know when when you see Practitioner that they really talk about. They say oh eat better or exercise more or something like that but but why is that. Why is there this constant strive cycle that happens and then how do we really get out from underneath it so that was a piece of it and then also i'm really inspired by talking to people about their thoughts. You know how their thoughts play a tremendous role in one house. You know i'm sure you know this. You know. I mean it's anyone who's doing anything and business. The sometimes you just gotta be pumping yourself up right on on how to move through things and so thoughts play a big role. And how often is that. Maybe talked about you know in traditional healthcare and then getting back to the way our ancestors ate and the way that we used to eat and how food impacts our body and how it you know creates such a bigger connection to our inner world in ourselves and loving ourselves knots to give ourselves fuel instead of just picking up a box you know of something that's been fortified and then also i'd say like emotions. Emotions are really part. I think most people have learned in their life to not address the motions that it's a old conditioning. Like oh just kind of stuff it in there unless you've gone down a different paradigm but that's really getting broken into now. I mean i think we can look at our world and say that you know. It's very important to be a dresser emotions in a healthy way so that it's not you know going out in projecting on other people and so these are all like very important pieces of like a whole picture which i say well being being well which is more than just the body. It's about the whole person. And so i love that i love that. Were going into different areas within the whole you know the whole person emotion the mind the feelings a you know the body things like that so very very important to inspires.

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Sharpen Your Trust Edge

The ONE Thing

08:32 min | 8 months ago

Sharpen Your Trust Edge

"Everytime trust went up costs problems skepticism went down. Let's just talk about the simply for your for your listeners. So think about this tech someone you trust. How long does that take your done right now. Try to tech someone. You don't trust a long. does that take are. How are they gonna take this. That tip forevermore so we'll send you have this cost of time or we think of cost of. I talk about where i grew up. I don't know if you've ever seen one of these Mr olsen out in the middle of nowhere minnesota had this veggie stand where yet as beautiful End of his long quarter-mile driveway. He's a beautiful vegetables but even though is a quarter mile from his house get a bucket of cash and yet nobody stood at the stand. So what you're supposed to do as you make your change and pay what you owe any. Take your veggies right so the whole stand is built on trust. Somebody will call it. The honor system trust system right. What's what's the efficiency in this case. He saves money because he doesn't have to pay anybody to be there. Save time in essence because people can just take and go they can grab it. They want just go and interestingly he had incredibly loyal customers not just because they loved his veggies but they they love this experience. So you know in this case trust just gave him time and money and so when i say expensive and it's it's everything but it always is a cost. There's always an expense to a lack of trust. Seager said well a lack of their caused me innovation because that team doesn't trust each other so creativity went down and ovation down. They won't share ideas so lack of trust in that classroom. Oh well now. The the there's no psychological safety so students don't learn or whatever the if there's no trust in in the marketing message then all sudden you know you you don't sell so what i'm hearing you say is like the lack of trust or the the strength of trust. There's a lever in a relationship between trust in almost everything from productivity to profitability to even the depth of the relationships that we can grow. So i guess when. I when i hear you talk about that. It seems kind of like the lead domino for everything else is that when trust is strong and intact so much more becomes possible. Can you share a little bit about that. That's that's exactly what i would argue. And i would even say maybe the leading indicator. So you know in business roy. He's looking at what are the leading indicators lagging indicators and i would argue trust is always the leading indicator people think they have a different This is the big problem and this was the big finding in the original research. That first half of it at least was it. We think we have a leadership problem. We don't the only reason. I follow leader not is trust getting sales problem. No the only reason i buy or not unless it's a commodity something to do with trust. I said it before the only way to amplify marketing messages. Increase trust the only way to increase innovations increase. Trust team so y- this is the leading domino's perfect way of saying it because it's be leading indicator to efficiency and that was a big binding by the way at the time. When i started that first half of the research i was just looking at what's unique about the most successful leaders organizations of all time and i define success as impact and a financial component. So success wasn't just financial but it was success and this positive impact and it kept coming back to trust. So you know that. That the success in a attrition or retention. It's a trust issue engagement. It's a trust issue. I often say this is never a communication issue. You know at the core. It's the type of communication because communications happening all the time. And that's where we get to the pillars of trust and how we actually create the kind of communication high trust medication. They're talking about well. And i love even your example of text because if i receive an email from someone that i do not trust. I read it very differently than someone that i do. So on. elite ends. Jack's or you just questioning like is not what they really meant or and they're the rationalization and it's just such a like wrestling with. What is the reality with match up there. It's hard to see through people's intentions because there's a barrier to where i am and were they are. So how do i bridge that gap. Like if i know. There's someone in my in my world that i don't have a lot of trust what's one thing i can do. Well first of all over all my work it really is about. What can i do to be trusted or bill. So people will say to me. I want to trust that person. More like that guided that terrible thing to me. And i want to trust them. You know you trust them for what they do. So as an example if this person is late all the time. I should trust them to be on time. I trust them to be late. That's healthy. That's why that's good so i like what you said about bringing back to me. So what can i do. And that's where we get to the bills of trust. It's it could be any mix of them. But i have to do what i can do to build dresser maybe this is a little bit To the example at least where some people say because we're all imperfect how do i rebuild trust rebuild. It once have lost it right so i can give one quick idea there in that comes under the commitment color. Here's what we know. The apology never rebuild trust. I'll give an example people. Think that you know. I'm sorry. i'm why i apologized right. I said i was sorry A friend of mine's the from the netherlands came to america ebony. A few weeks. I said what's the first thing you notice in america and he said one of the three days i said yeah he said i i noticed. She got a bunch of lying apologizes. They all say they're sorry and they don't mean it and he said what do you mean he said. Yeah my team is. I'm sorry i'm late but they're late every time. And so this this one little takeaway here but it is important that even our research showed that this year the number one component retention is keeping promises. And that's the same with rebuilding. Trust the only way to rebuild. Trust is to make an keep a new commitment. Wait save out again. Because i think especially with trust is lost. There's the sense of urgency to rebuild it as quickly as possible. There's something broken. I wanna fix it. So that's generally where for me. At least that policy comes in and just quick to respond like. Oh lemme just patch this up with a quick apology. I'll make it sincere and move on so tell like unpack that a little bit. Yeah okay so first of all. Let me say this. The apology opens the door. I am not saying. don't apologize. we show humility. We apologize back cracks. The door it invites the bad actually to heal the relationship. These people don't trust again unless you make and keep a new commitment so if you because there are people i'm sorry and that that okay you get it i understand your relationship but that doesn't mean i trust them again to do this thing or to accomplish this or to finish that or to whatever it is unless they are willing to make an keep a new commitment. Trust is rebuilt by making a commitment in the you know in the book. I did chapter this for companies loss Step process and. And you know there's a lot you can do as a company wants them. Case studies of of companies that have actually rebuild trust but even the big companies. Why can't individual it finally comes down to making an keeping nuke amendment if you want to rebuild. Trust sir apology though. Good to know. Starting in the right place and i think what you said is really powerful because words. They opened the door. They're in a crack and that by giving that apology and then making that commitment it really does reinforce that my word is worth it and that what i say i'm gonna do. I'm gonna follow through on. Because i am trustworthy and because i care about that relationship

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10 Trivia Questions on The Room

Trivia With Budds

04:59 min | 8 months ago

10 Trivia Questions on The Room

"We're going to jump in to ten questions. These were written by my friend j. rey from arizona. And they're all about the room here. We go all right. The room ten trivia questions. Let's see what you know about this bad bad movie number one. In what city does the room take place. What is the city setting for the room questionable. To what is the pattern on the gift bag. That johnny hans lisa at the start of the film. What is the pattern on the gift bag. That johnny hands lisa at the start of the film number two question. Three where is janis day job. Where does johnny work in this movie number. Three and question number four. What is lisa's mom's name. What is the name of the character that plays lisa's mom number four question. Five character named. Chris tries to kill which other character on the roof number. Five character named tries to kill which other character on the roof number. Five question six. What do the male characters in the film toss back and forth in several scenes number six the male characters in the film toss back and forth in several scenes question number seven which character trips and falls and then is never seen again in the film number seven which character trips and falls and is never seen again in the film and number eight. Lisa throws johnny a party towards the end of the movie for what occasion. What is the party for. Number eight number nine is a fifty fifty question. Is lisa actually pregnant at the end of the movie number nine and number ten whereas janis suicide gun capped at the end of the film whereas janis suicide gun kept at the end of the film. Those are all your trivia questions for today's ten question quiz on the room. We'll be right back in just a second to see if you got them all right. Oh hi mark. We are back with the answers to the room trivia. Tommy lasalle. I actually got to meet him at. La comecon say three or four years ago. And i think it was fifteen bucks. And i got a track jacket. That said least you're tearing me apart on the back of it and it was black and it was zipped up and i got a autographed something from him. Maybe just a picture from the movie and we got to take a picture with tommy himself. So there's a great picture of me and my daughter annabel just crying. Her eyes out next to a strange man somewhere on instagram or facebook. Or something if you want to go find it but yeah it was a pretty good deal fifteen bucks for a track jacket a signed picture and a picture with the man pretty good deal. Hopefully these answers were deal for you. We're going to jump into them right now. number one. in what city does the room take place. That is good. Old san francisco california san francisco although they don't really show much of the city at all. It's really kind of vague number two. What is the pattern on the gift bag. Johnny hans lisa at the start of the film that is leopard print leopard print bag number three whereas janis day job. He works at a bank again. That is not super clear. None of these answers or these tidbits are that clear at all. He works at a bank number four. What is lisa's. mom's. Name claudette claudette. She dropped some very strange news about having cancer in the movie. Just very nonchalantly goes up. And i have cancer like as nothing to do with anything. It's very bizarre number five. A character named chris tried to kill which other character on the roof that is denny denny has gotten himself in some sort of drug deal gone wrong or some kind of money scheme and is about to be killed but does not get killed that denny. Chris are on the roof number six. What do the male characters in. The film tossed back and forth in several scenes. If you've been to a live screening of the room much like rocky horror picture show people dress up as characters and they throw around. Football's that's right. Lot of tossing the pigskin. This movie number six number seven which character trips and falls and then never seen again in the film. That is peter peter. He's in the wedding. He falls playing football. I think and then by by peter number eight. Lisa throws johnny party towards the end of the movie for what occasion. It's his birthday number eight. His birthday number. Nine is lisa actually pregnant at the end of the movie. No she's making it up. She's not pregnant and number ten whereas johnny suicide gun capped at the end of the film. It's under a dresser under a dresser. Three keep it. That's where he keeps it. And those are all of your questions on the room if you are baffled and you listen to this and you've never seen the movie thanks for making it all the way through you owe it to yourself to now go watch it maybe twice

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Floridian Finds Fair Value Flipping Furniture

Side Hustle School

07:33 min | 8 months ago

Floridian Finds Fair Value Flipping Furniture

"Today story call center. Employees in central florida binds that restoring furniture too hard with a bit of technique and finesse actually learned a lot in a short period of time. He goes from learning the ropes to budding side-hustle to actually running it as a full time business. I'll tell you exactly how it works. Then he makes another change another career change. That demonstrates y improving. Your skills is so important. It's a big part of this message. I try to bring every day and by the way. Welcome to school. My name is christina. Abo- i have the privilege of bringing you the sharpie day and ultimately it's about encouraging you to diversify your income to create more options for yourself and not just options to be overwhelmed but more options to create more security so that you have a backup plan so that you have more income coming from different places you're not reliant on one source etc so often talked about these things about diversifying. Your income can give you freedom insecurity. Well this story illustrates it really well and it also happens with no debt and very little stress so perhaps the archetype of a model to follow no debt very little stress increasing your freedom and security stories called floridian finds fair value flipping furniture in. Yes i did have fun coming up with that title. The stories coming up in just thirty seconds in two thousand twenty one. A truly diversified portfolio needs more than the mix of stocks bonds and mutual funds. It really needs private. Real estate studies have shown that portfolios with an allocation to private real estate generally delivered a better risk adjusted return with more annual income and lower volatility over the past two decades now with fundraise. This level of powerful diversification is available to you. Fundraise has been a partner of the show in the past. But i also use fund rise. I am a fundraiser investor myself. That's not something. I am required or even encouraged to do but i have really been personally impressed with the platform so i started talking about this in conversations that are completely unrelated to the podcast. So i think they're doing something really really interesting. I want to encourage you to see for yourself. How one hundred and thirty thousand. Investors have built a better portfolio with private real estate. It takes just a few minutes to get started. Go to fundraise dot com slash side-hustle today that's f. u. n. t. r. e. dot com slash side-hustle conroy's dot com slash side hustle ryan krones inspiration for his side. Assault came from a close source. His wife jessica late two thousand eighteen just restored their running room furniture to reflect a farmhouse style. One morning shortly after ryan was getting ready for his job and call center management. They got to talking. Jessica mentioned people would pay good money for refurbished furniture. Like how much right asked probably five hundred dollars for a dining room table. Jessica set intrigued. Ryan asked her to teach him how she painted their table. She did and within a week. Ryan was restoring an old dresser. They purchased for thirty dollars off facebook marketplace. The restoration involved ryan putting on a new coat of paint which only took a couple of hours as well as fifty dollars in supplies. This included a ten dollar paintbrush amazon along with the paint from lowe's although he had no previous refurbishing experience ryan realized. He loved the task when he listed the dresser back on facebook marketplace. It's sold within two hours for one hundred and fifty dollars. He and jessica were shocked at how quick it happened. It wasn't much work for a seventy dollar profit and even better. This was the first time they tried my able to replicate or even improved results. So for the next piece ryan refurbished up to the sale price. It sold in less than a day bufton polish with success. He started searching for more pieces of furniture at garage sales auctions and on facebook. He didn't have a truck at the time so he would borrow one from family or friends in order to source multiple pieces in a single day after refreshing them with paint or stain he would list them online with each one profit between one hundred and fifty to two hundred and fifty dollars since you've listed solely on facebook marketplace and didn't advertise ryan didn't have to pay any costs for marketing is. He began to scale up. He would work on several separate pieces at once. He devised a rotation process in his garage which allowed him to apply three coats to three or four pieces a day. You got even faster once. He learned how to do. Stained wood tops. This feature increased the value of his furniture still further. It allowed him to take a fifty dollar dresser and sell it for up to three hundred dollars in fact. Here's a fun anecdote. Brian purchased one particular piece from a garage sale. For fifteen dollars. Hit looked on. Its own so he ended up selling it as for two hundred dollars not a bad return on investment for practically no work the most challenging part of this project was learning the technique of making furniture reflect that farmhouse style. He messed up a bunch of pieces because he didn't apply the paint or stay in a certain way. Sometimes he could recover them sometimes not sometimes he would distress the coats of paint too much but through trial and error ryan perfected the skill. The furniture flipping continued part time for several months. Meanwhile he was growing more and more than happy. It is corporate job so in august. Two thousand nineteen jessica convinced him to quit and try flipping furniture fulltime. He finally got his own truck and focused on the furniture. Business bringing in between two thousand and three thousand dollars a month. Although this was less than he made it as corporate job he was much more content. Ryan did this for about nine months. Also helping out with jessica's wedding photography business earlier this year. He got a chance to go back to work in call center management but with a twist. This time he found a dream job working remotely as a supervisor. This rule enables him to be close to his family also getting a regular paycheck with benefits. He's quick to note that the furniture flipping business will always be one of his reliable income. Sources it's not mentally taxing and he rebels in the opportunity to be creative. Best of all it serves as a solid backup plan so check this out. This story is a wonderful example of something that anybody can do. And when i say anybody can do like let me just kind of break this down because you might think. Well i'm not handy. I'm not either just just to be clear but it's not so much about being handy. Renovating is a lot like reselling of any form so reselling. I sometimes say one way or another. Everybody can do it. So maybe furniture isn't your market. What about computers or cameras or cars or high end kitchen blenders or upscale fashion items. These are just a few markets in which it's possible to make a good profit by acquiring items on making some kind of change or improvement and then selling those items to a new owner now. The chain improvement can be something substantial. You could be like overhauling the entire car. Let's say it can be maybe somewhere in the middle like a lot of furniture renovation is. it can't be purely aesthetic. In some cases you do run into situations like the dope from ryan where he found something and then thought about making a change to it but decided it's actually pretty good as it is in that case he paid a pretty low price borden was able to resell it for for a fantastic profit margin. So that doesn't happen all the time of course but you know as you kind of delve into this. Sometimes it does so. It's one of these things that everybody can do. If you're trying to figure out what's my next. How can i create a source of income. That is a good back-up plan for me. Something in this direction is worth considering. So i'm gonna leave you with today. Inspiration is good but inspiration with action is so much better.

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The carnivorous woman  a saga from Charles Darwin to Wheatbelt Western Australia

Science Friction

04:44 min | 9 months ago

The carnivorous woman a saga from Charles Darwin to Wheatbelt Western Australia

"Yes sir dra okay. All over the world spotted another one. Sorry wearies leash. She'll need gone. I have devoted much time to a class of plants that seem to have reversed the regular order of nature and like avengers of kingdom have turned upon animals incarcerating and finally killing them whether the plants are really hungry and entrapped the animals for food or whether it is only an example of the wanton destructiveness of nature. I leave the reader to judge. Mary treat eighteen eighty five throughout history. The gripe botanical artists have often been women but were many of them infect scientists to just without the endorsement of the botanical establishment which often shunned or ignored them. The paintbrush deemed more appropriate tool for a lady than a microscope. I guess botany has always been an interesting one. Because i suppose that the study of flowers and plants historically was maybe seen as a bit more of a suitable pursuit for the women feminine because of flowers and that sort of thing but still it still also quite mild eliminated. I guess in terms of the scholars in that field throughout history. Well one determined woman on a farm in weight belt western. Australia defied the odds and changed. How the world sore australia's incredible carnivorous plants and listen to artists. So with laura skates of botanical scientist doing her phd on carnivorous plants. Right now i am taking you down a bush trial in pursuit of his story. Oh is that it. Oh cute so this is actually one of the climbing ones. That i was just talking about so you sixty centimeters long and it's just spreading out of an embankment. He and a lot more of them seem to have caught prey on this one. I think it might be dresser. Menzies the i ultra ceramic grant though draw sarah makram throw or the bridal rainbow with its little sunlight sticky leaves hence the name sanju. It was a man. English naturalist biologist charles darwin n-i-l-l-a-s who is a first credited with helping us understand that coniferous plants lived off flesh. Here's particularly interested in dresser. There's a european species coatdress harare folio which he did a lot of his experiments on so he would put different things on the leaves like for example. He would put a piece of sand orbit of gloss and not really see any reaction. But if you put something like little piece of aig or some meat juices suddenly the plant would have reaction to that and the tentacles would start to wrap around. So what he basically showed is that these plants are reacting to substances that have not to general protein in them so so the plants i almost instantaneously they know not that'd be the descend concrete that Cheese like an eight that. Yeah exactly so you know. They don't waste any energy wrapping around something. That's not going to be nutritious. They instead wraparound when it's going to be something that will give them a good boost. Trajan i mean even in my phd. Thesis i go right back to dahlan's original studies and some of his original thoughts and ideas of things that with testing to this day and so he really liked the groundwork for the foundation. Full kind of verse plant research but one american woman was on the case of carnivorous plants. Around the same time as darwin. I will give you my observations on draw surra which seemed to have escaped the notice of botanists and she's struck up a correspondence with darwin in a series of letters from eighteen. Seventy one four years before he got to publishing his influential book on insect diverse plants. I had two or three species of these pretty plants growing for window ornaments and soon saw the deal on. The folio was a fly trap of considerable power when it comes to congress plants. One of the women that i kind of came across in my studies was married trait and i came across her. Because he in allen's book insectivores plants. There was a little footnote. That talked about what mary trait had done to contribute to that particular chapter and i thought wow. Who's mrs trait. I want to find out more about him.

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A wild and whimsical world of flesh-eating plants

Science Friction

05:11 min | 9 months ago

A wild and whimsical world of flesh-eating plants

"Pretty much up ended all of our lives before covid nineteen. I got to travel to the perth hills in search of some beautiful flesh-eating beings so it's a warm dry day in calamander national park with bright blue sky above yellow worth crunchy underfoot the yellowish shrub. Whole yes we go. Yes laura and i are looking for something special in the bush it's tiny but shawnee and so it should catch season dawn. These the ninetieth be baltimore. Rare impression. s- potential specimens not. Oh that's a tremendous one. So this is Dresser a guy again tia and it's named because it's pretty giant. He's that's about fifty sixty centimeters high. Yeah and it's like a little mini. trae it is. Yeah like these are. Actually the leaves the plan. Yeah so the the flowers are up the very top here. Just in bad i think at the moment but the leaves are they do look like a flower bill. Little son to me and so it's a little pad that is surrounded by sticky hairs and what you'll notice it on some of them. The sticky has wrapped around into the center and now Can you see the little sort of bug remains in the middle there and then others are out ready to catch something new so hi. My name's lois gates. And i'm a botanist from western australia. And i'm doing my phd on plants but this young botanist has an alter-ego floor escapes. Yes so that's my twitter and instagram. Flora 'cause laura and i'm all about plants so more than that laura aka florus gates is all about plots that ate flesh. We always tend to kind of chris. Plante picked it up these sort of managing monsters aliens from outer space it. It goes out. If got dave the little shop of horrors that sort of thing or a new car and killed but it even goes back much earlier than that. It's not for the greater glory of science. I just want us to survive. Even a botanist said there was the story of a gemini explorer in the madagascan john. Google is it a plant coming across this atrocious cannibal tree central nervous system which had these serpent like branches which captured a woman and coiled. Its branches around and around. There is actually the atrocious kind of betray or if anyone's going to find it maybe that just not come back all that don't usually pull themselves out of the ground chase you. He sees the depiction of this atrocious tree. It looks so much like a dresser in the way that it's those separate like branches the sticky glands dresser and the way that they wrap around and coil around the pool. Woman is the same way that these dresser wrap around the insect pry. But yeah they. They always get painted as these vicious preaches. I do tend to notice that. A lot of the time the victims in these stories Women don't like that aspect. Yeah there's a whole gender story to be talked about here. I think definitely. And i mean often when we talk about verse plants. We often hear about charles. Darwin because dow indeed right the first scientific book all about kind of verse. Plants gave the first scientific evidence that they are actually able to capture and digest insect prey. But there's been a lot of amazing women who have also contributed to converse plant science and our understanding of ecology throughout history and. I'm really interested in their stories as well. And so am i this week. We are in wnba which incredibly is home to up to a third of the world's converse plant species. I wanna find out why that eason have. I've managed to survive in such an intense environment and knicks. Week got totally caught up in a saga full of twists and turns and tendrils about the life of just one congresswoman. We're gonna venture from hilltop home of an internationally renowned joola share. He wanted the all the glory for himself. I really can't go into the mind of charles gardner but he said he did. Not mother might lot very difficult for him. We'll head deep into the heart of a magnificent end museum for plants. So we're entering a quarantined area. Okay hidden on stays now.

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Tom Cruise erupts at the ‘Mission: Impossible’ crew over a breach of Covid-19 protocols.

The Woody Show

01:36 min | 9 months ago

Tom Cruise erupts at the ‘Mission: Impossible’ crew over a breach of Covid-19 protocols.

"It's the big story of freak out by a big star. That would be tom cruise. Now i know a guy who's working on the set of mission impossible seven. I cannot wait to hear. He was on for this cruise. Caught a couple of people not physically distance. What they were doing was they. Were watching a monitor and so they were pretty close together and tom cruise did not like that and flipped out off. That's it you know politics table. So i mean he was very angry. I mean you know what. I get team. Crews tire production. This is not christian male flipping out on this isn't because like his dresser was off and he said look. I'm on the fall with the studio every night. I'm on the fall of the insurance companies. Every night he goes. We're not shutting this movie down. He goes too. Many people are relying on it. Like you said people are losing their homes. The industry is shut down for the most part. Were making this movie. We're going to show that we can make with these protocols in

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THE HOUSEWIFE WHO  DRANK AT HOME

Big Book Podcast

04:34 min | 10 months ago

THE HOUSEWIFE WHO DRANK AT HOME

"She hit her bottles in the clothes. Hampers and in the dresser drawers. She realized what she was becoming in a she discovered she had lost nothing and had found everything. My story happens to be a particular kind of woman story. The story of the woman who drinks at home. I had to be at home. I had two babies when alcohol took me over my bar. Was my kitchen my living room my bedroom the bathroom and the two hampers at one time admission that i was and an alcoholic meant shame defeat and failure to me but in the light of the new understanding that i have found in a i have been able to interpret that defeat and that failure and shame as seeds of victory because it was only through feeling defeat and feeling failure the inability to cope with my life and with alcohol that i was able to surrender and accept the fact that i had this disease and that i had to learn to live again without alcohol i was never a very heavy social drinker but during a period of particular stress and strain about thirteen years ago i resorted to alcohol in my home alone as a means of temporary release as a means of getting a little extra sleep i had problems we all have them and i thought a little brandy or a little wine now and then could certainly hurt no one. I don't believe when i started that. I even had in mind. The thought that i was drinking. i had to sleep. I had to clear my mind and free from worry. And i had to relax but from one or two drinks of an afternoon or evening. My mounted and mounted fast. It wasn't long before i was drinking all day. I had to have that wine. The only incentive that i had towards the end forgetting dressed in the morning was to get out and get supplies to help me get my day started but the only thing they got started was my drinking. I should have realized that alcohol was getting hold of me. When i started to become secretive. In my drinking. I began to have supplies on hand for the people who might come in and of course happened. Empty bottle wasn't worth keeping. So i finished it up and naturally had to get more in right away for the people who might come in unexpectedly but i was always the unexpected person who had to finish the bottle. I couldn't go to one wine store. And look man honestly in the face and buy a bottle as i used to do when i had. Parties and entertained did normal drinking. I had to give him a story and ask him the same question over and over again. Well now how many will that bottle serve. I wanted him to be sure that i wasn't the one who is going to drink the whole bottle. I had to hide as a great many people in a have had to do. I did my hiding in the hampers and in my dresser drawers and we begin to do things like that with alcohol. Something's gone wrong. I needed it. And i knew i was drinking too much but i wasn't conscious of the fact that i should stop. I kept on my home at that. Time was a place to mill around in. I wandered from room to room thinking drinking drinking thinking and the mops would get out and the vacuum would get out. Everything would get out but nothing would get done toward five o'clock helter skelter. I'd get everything. Put away and try to get up on the table and after supper i'd finish the job and knocked myself out. I never knew which came first the thinking or the drinking. If only i could stop thinking. I wouldn't drink if only i could stop drinking. Maybe i wouldn't think but they were all mixed up together. And i was all mixed up inside and yet i had to have that drink you know. The deteriorating effects the disintegrating effects of chronic wine drinking. I cared nothing about my personal appearance. I didn't care what i looked like. I didn't care what i did to me. Taking a bath was just being in a place with a bottle where i could drink in privacy. I had to have it with me at night. In case i woke up and needed that. Drink how i ran my home. I don't know. I went on realizing what i was becoming hating myself for it bidder blaming life blaming everything else but the fact that i should turn about and do something about my drinking.

Loungewear (MM #3517)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Loungewear (MM #3517)

"The with kevin mason shopping online. Especially when it comes to clothing because as a big man you have so few options locally. I can go to the dsl store. These bacall casual male and they've got some things i'm often interested in but they've also got some online deals that you can't pass up so i make sure to get their emails. The one thing. I've noticed from online stores and even from the emails i get from stores like macy's are they're all pushing lounge wear lounge wear in their catalogs laundry and their emails lounge wear on their websites because the world of dress or semi casual dresser. Work from home dress has changed drastically but lounge wear is becoming more and more popular all the time because most people while you're going to wear some kind of pants at home when you're on zoom call at least i hope you are so it's to be something more comfortable something more casual. Something more than pajama bottoms and lounge wear is the current new terminology. I don't know if it will change back to being a sweat suit or sweat clothing or whatever you wanna call it active. Where if you will down the road before right now is working from home. Enjoy your lounge wear.

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Loungewear (MM #3517)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Loungewear (MM #3517)

"The with kevin mason shopping online. Especially when it comes to clothing because as a big man you have so few options locally. I can go to the dsl store. These bacall casual male and they've got some things i'm often interested in but they've also got some online deals that you can't pass up so i make sure to get their emails. The one thing. I've noticed from online stores and even from the emails i get from stores like macy's are they're all pushing lounge wear lounge wear in their catalogs laundry and their emails lounge wear on their websites because the world of dress or semi casual dresser. Work from home dress has changed drastically but lounge wear is becoming more and more popular all the time because most people while you're going to wear some kind of pants at home when you're on zoom call at least i hope you are so it's to be something more comfortable something more casual. Something more than pajama bottoms and lounge wear is the current new terminology. I don't know if it will change back to being a sweat suit or sweat clothing or whatever you wanna call it active. Where if you will down the road before right now is working from home. Enjoy your lounge wear.

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"dresser" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"dresser" Discussed on Threedom

"Phone, the bathroom every time you go. Yeah. Because I usually read because it takes me. Twenty hours. You have full. Hours. Mike. fucking stop like there's points where you just go. Can I just think for? This is what they were invented for is for you should not take it outside of the toilet. smartphones for just a right by the keep it by the toilet. Magazine moment of toilets I used to. Work I mean I could but then it's like, I. Don't storing them in there now it feels gross. Now even on bring my phone, which is worse it's more disgusting to have your phone become germs. Do you know it's really what's germs are coming out of the? Spray. Journey. was something that's been really good. A really was a really good experience was we were watching this and I probably told you guys about this show the bureau, the French show. Sounds French scanner. Dresser, it's in subtitles. Subtitles so you can use your phone you had. You just watch the show and it was like a weird adjustment first of like Oh normally, I'd be doing this so many times. It was great and we really we love the show like we've got really invested in it. You have to really be in the mood to be like, I'm going to put my phone exact and you can invest it because you care about the plot. But yeah, it's so hard. I'll be watching shows and then go okay I have literally no idea what's Going to a movie theater is sometimes really good because you can't take your phone out because you're rude. So it makes you watch the thing whereas if you just watch something home like we watch Moulana or whatever recently, you can just constantly checking. But Sometimes I. I'm sorry. I try to put my phone down and go like this is my movie night. Then, he works for part of it. I watched trolls world tour, and it was fucking. Earned the problem you're watching trolls..

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"dresser" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dresser" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There is been a dresser recall from ikea ikea is recalling its colon three drawer dressers due to tip over risk the furniture chain says it has received a half dozen reports of the dresser tipping over when not anchored to the wall if it is not anchored consumers should stop using the dresser and move it to a place where children can't access it I kia said they will issue a full refund or free wall anchoring kit and that is CBS's Diane king hall reporting how about a tweet that goes away forever it's a trial run that's only happening now in Brazil Twitter says the temporary tweets which it calls fleets are designed to ease concerns of new users who worry about the permanent nature of normal tweets elites can't be retweeted and any reply show up as a direct message the company is hoping that by offering tweets which disappear people will be more likely to share casual everyday thoughts disappearing tweets could also make it harder to hold people accountable monitor posts or fact check them Terry Alden or ABC news the campaign coming to an end senator Elizabeth Warren ending her twenty twenty presidential campaign a news conference outside of her home in Cambridge at any moment full coverage at the bottom of the hour at twelve thirty on the way next hello we're pollen that results from the ninety three financial group and host a family financial focus heard Saturday evenings at six PM here on WBZ well let's take a moment to talk about for one case and retirement planning all the traditional pension plans offered by employers are becoming something of the past many now just offer for one case putting more responsibility on the employees to secure their financial future that's right Larry it's important to remember that former K. accounts may be the main source of income during your retirement years that's why many are saying I really need to pay attention this time I only have a few years.

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"dresser" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"dresser" Discussed on WJR 760

"Gel on the dresser right next to my where I sleep in it monitors the sounds and we'll tell me how long I was snoring it can detect how deep of a sweeping getting in so it registers and it gives me a score every morning when I wake up but you know it it's great it's called sleep cycle well they have a new app out cold sleep cycle power naps because you know maybe I want to take a ten fifteen minute nap well this will give the ambient noise to help me fall asleep now if I'm in my office and there's lots of traffic going by because I'm right on Livernois so you know something like that is very very valuable but it will track your sleep in much the same way and let you get that power nap if you didn't get a good night's sleep another one is lovely it's good to be king then yeah you could take naps at work you that go in your cubicle but another one is the sleep talk recorder yeah I saw that one that you're talking in your sleep wolf wake up and record it you can play back what you said it at night I haven't used that one but it's really interesting to me I wonder first distinguishes between snoring and sleep talk it does so it does all right it also detects other activities that you might be doing in bed so that it doesn't lots of rolling over and stuff like yeah that kind of thing yeah and then the other one there's two types and every time I roll over anyway grow so what you do when you're in the studio another one is called the walk up alarm not to wakeup alarm the walk up alarm and so if you have a problem was snoozing your alarm when this one goes off it will not turn the alarm off until you've walked ten steps there's another one that won't turn off until you've performed a mathematical or to mathematical equations and that Sturgill way can get you out of that mode now what it does with your sleeping partner well you know that may be absolutely rude so I whenever you're on with me because she requires about an hour and a half more sleep than I do every night so even if we go to bed together I've got to set my alarm to taker coffee in the morning which I do every morning about an hour after I get up so another one in this is great for if you're on the road in Connie's traveling in New York and since it's dark and we're a clear channel fifty thousand watt radio station hi Connie she's probably driving across the New York Thruway and can hear us right now great great but if.

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"dresser" Discussed on Reset

Reset

14:34 min | 2 years ago

"dresser" Discussed on Reset

"Dresser wise is your Swiss army knife for international finance test them out for free at transfer wise dot com slash reset or download the APP streaming you know this thing I was doing and like I was thinking about injecting myself but I was just like it doesn't feel right like the autumn no we shouldn't let people inject whatever they want themselves because somebody's GonNa get hurt but like the passionate person in me wants to be like well you know we really want to provide everybody with the things that they need and deserve in their lives just a few years ago a scientist named Bill Helford performed an unauthorized herpes vaccine trial on human subjects there was no oversight on the trial and some participants got sick the FDA ended up launching criminal investigation because of the way the trial was conducted it definitely fell under the umbrella of biohacking rights guy comes up with an experimental unregulated treatment and administers it to people in hotel rooms without going through the proper channels do you think the FDA was wrong for looking in for that and pursuing the the people responsible where's the line no totally I mean also some people those said that they got better from you know the stuffy administered and the thing is is that you have to understand the FDA their goal is to make sure the least amount of people get hurt right they have to make sure that drug knees are able to make money because if they're not able to make money than they can't make drugs right and then they worry about well let's make a drug that can reach the most amount of people right is everybody get help the through the current regulatory mechanisms scheme no not even close but in the case of L. Helford some people really did get very sick you'd think that was okay people in clinical trials get sick right yeah but there were there's the ways to find out that there were problems there are a lot more checks and balances when there's just more oversight if if what bill help for did if it actually I did work and created a cure would that be good or bad I think that ultimately it would be really hard to judge because the way that the study was conducted it was impossible to know if it was actually effective the data that came out of that trial was it was bad data ultimately nothing from that trial was is usable I don't think the only way to create medicine is through FDA approved clinical trials I think there are other ways in other opportunities the FDA's good at what they do but I think there also needs to be room for other ways here's my question is how much is one human life worth right and that's maybe people say all it's difficult to answer you know human lives are priceless and you say we'll how much as ten human lives a hundred how much is every human life on the earth's worth is it worth one other human life would would we be willing to yeah no risk one human life to save every life on earth the other reason that you I've been in the news quite a bit recently because of a bill in California that's supposed to go into effect in January so we'll the bill actually impact your work work in any way or your diy experiments the ones that you do you offer yourself no I don't think it's going to have a negative impact act directly I think all the impact is going to be indirect what it does is this bill it scares people it scares people in reference to you know Mike Company right a look at this company that selling possibly dangerous things have to put a warning label on their stuff it can inspire other states and even the federal government to start being more strict about genetic engineering and diy genetic engineering stuff that people do and that's what scares me the most would you ever sell a crisper kit that could be used on a on a living you know living human being would I sell crisper that somebody could inject possibly not in this current regulatory environment you know there are countries that don't have regulations against some some of this stuff so who knows you're not morally opposed no not at all I'm not morally opposed to providing people tools to genetically edify themselves especially if I think I can do it in a safe and effective manner so let me ask you.

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"dresser" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"dresser" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"They recreated the Byrd road made it dirt had that old Dutch Pennsylvania Dutch fence there that you see them coming over and then up to the stonewall which created again, I think it's great to have that ability to to relive that and feel passionate about it when you do it, I'll tell you pick I, that was about one hundred degrees and and we're in those William. Performs, but I had goosebumps. I'm watching it and so did all those other guys. I, I mean, there is like this. My officers, right? As they set off Christine, remember to they had drums and fifes and all the plane, and then they when they fix bayonets, there were five thousand guys clicked on those nets and you heard it all the way down the tree line will. Confed are Julia stop. They stopped firing the turn around. They take their hats off. The Vitry goes through. I'm thinking that must be one of your favorite roles that you've played. I well, it is, but I just really always wanted to do a movie about civil war. It's virtually impossible. It was so big, you know, what do you do that book? I read it. It came out in seventy six and won the Pulitzer prize for historical novel. And I happen to mention an interview with the daily news like one of those twenty question things. Well, it was doing someone to watch over me out in queens. And next day I got a call from the writer director who owned the peace. It was six years six years later before we did. This is the first time you've been on this show, so you don't know we end in song. Oh, no, yes, you did. What was that movie? What was that? Rhapsody movie. Did where you were playing the cowboy? Oh, yeah. Of God. Are you gonna grown? No. Just need a piece of song. What's that song in your heart on Barringer. I can't remember those songs. It's just never saying, don't remember singing to your. Well, I saying to my son and his bride at their wedding come on. Now I need a little bit of that. What his use impetuous fire watches made ice and is are the world wags on. Rose will bloom. So the the maid what, but that. Yeah, that was the love song from Romeo Juliet, and I sang that to them because it is about marriage, beautiful element. You must have the secret of marriage them to bestow upon all of us. Okay. I just get a good one. Thank you..

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"dresser" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"dresser" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Everything was overlapping then Bressan and it was just nonstop. Then I said, this has got the train has got to stop. I gotta get off, you know, for the walk because it's gotta come from you in some way every part that you play exactly even Barnes, even platoon, that guy is he's gone off the edge. Yes. Yeah, he really is. He's find that. Yeah. Like like somebody said, well, you know, I remember that interview. Nice. This was right after announcing wards. Remember during an interview while I was doing this other movie, and I said, well, yeah, but I go bars is this is on his fourth combat tour. I mean, he doesn't even know he wants to be a life. For each just keeps doing it, you know, and almost obsessed with it, but I go. What about Elias? This is third tour and the interviewer went of. Yeah, right. You know, they could have gone home, but they didn't. They didn't. Yeah. Well, accepted day become was playing him is is kind of Christ figure in. Yup. And you're the demon? Yeah. But over stone, what is that experience like? Well, obviously, Oliver had been there and these real characters, and even the battles he called up about five, five or six guys, he could find from that last battle in. He asked him where we, because then he had these notes on the old pad of paper, and it was like, who is in each hole like two guys, two guys? Where were you? Where were you because he wanted to get all the details of general tune action of what was probably maybe a battalion size unit or company size unit that get surrounded and overrun. It would be like the Alamo must be chaos and confusion, you know, and night as well. So he just want he just wanted to check with that. What what? What did you think you remember that that. And I, he so it's almost like very historically accurate, and the courage is were all real people. He said, but they weren't all in one platoon. They were in. He said, I was in two different platoons of the twenty fifth infantry division. One platoon of the first air cab. I got moved around a little and he said, I was there for fourteen months and he's the movie is like three months in a condensed, the three and the as movies, characters, which would be like ninety guys is put into one thirty man platoon. And he picked his favorites or the ones you wanna put in and use. So. Adapt. It's fixing history. Yeah. But when you do Gettysburg, there you go. Yeah. I mean it's yeah. Yeah, it you'll. Yeah, they're the accuracy is of major factor. Why? So effective as a movie. We like civil war guy. I was Gettysburg when I was about seven years old. I was actually on the battlefield and I remember told Steve lying play general Pickett I, you know, I was here when I was like seven. I'm forty two now which was exactly long streets age. I go. I go, they don't change much these battlefields national Mon. Go down to Jefferson's. If you haven't been or go see is home. It's the same. As I remember. You know, I, the national parks, keep that the same, which is great because you're living history, you're doing this often. They're shot. You know right on this spot where we shot the whole movie there. Seventeen day the department of interior. The national national parks department here and the people at the Rangers whatnot station allowed us seven days there. And so they're like seven different areas like doubles, Dan, which is very opposite and then pickett's charge. We had the big wide shots pickett's charge beginning where all the confederate troops come out of the treeline across that mile and a half of deaths towards the missionary ridge. And and there are monuments up missionary point of view of us stuff you go passes like you're going to see the monuments we can. We cover up, they go. You cannot put covers over the monuments these sacred. They said, we've never allowed reenactments here because ground. They said, however, if you got the camouflage netting, put that up, won't that work on long shots and indeed it did, you know, plus the smoke did. Yeah, the smoke of the anchor artillery or whatever, you know, kind of covers a little bit, but yeah, that distance respect was paid anyway, do that. And it was kinda neat being on the battlefield for seven days. When you got into closer scenes, whatnot, they went over the next valley..

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"dresser" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"dresser" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Afford to live in Manhattan how I couldn't afford a studio apartment in Manhattan. The time probably couldn't now but see new. You'd get rich being an actor. Well, I don't know. It's one of those things like you. You go all I've done it, so it's either make it or just digesting it. And I don't. I don't know. I guess it'd be like becoming a priest. I compare it to that somewhat vocation. Yeah. Yeah. So where did you did you train? Did you go to? Yeah. Well, I I did supplies college, and then I did a couple of plays in Kansas City. Then then I got to New York, and then I did plays in New York off Broadway and off Broadway and regional theater. And then I got casted in looking for Mr.. Good bar out of New York. I got casted for that. And you were the one that did that off? Yeming. Two Dane Keaton in that one. Yeah, I've had some. I'm sure you had many people come up to you and say, oh, creep. You do that. Yeah, but you got recognized that even though he only comes in, I know, I yeah. know this, I think is one scene earlier a little bit set up. You go wise that halfway watching that, you know, and then there's the payoff at the end, but. That was also Richie gears first movie. Was that the one that sort of started everything for you where people were interested in see. Because I think people when they look at you, we go through this whole period of you. I remember you in the big chill specially that was early eighties, right? Yup. We shot it in eighty two followed to into January they, but I remember your character being this TV star of all of them. He's into one. He's, he's in this show that he basically hates even though TV's now everything. He gets verse when they bring it up. It's like, you know income out here to listen to that, but they're remembering themselves very young when they had political stance where something was happening that you did you feel any by brations from that about your own life? Well, I would be it's a little weird because I, I actually wanted to go to West Point. It'd be a career army officer and that didn't happen two guys in my class went and. I gave that up and said the home of that and ended up acting. And of course I played a few generals. And colonels and captains and teddy Roosevelt teddy Roosevelt don't. Yup. In relaunch street. All relief. General played an Admiral once and I was a cheap petty done, illicit cheap, petty guns. At home. Become a very conveniently. I really, truly I try to doesn't always work. It doesn't work. Yeah, doesn't work with wives and children. She says, go off white wall. Okay. Yeah, yeah. Just doesn't work much. Nobody listens to. But I remember when I guess platoon is eighty five eighty six, right? And this guy with the scars on his I remember the line he has in that you can take me through it because it's still such a great movie. But. You say, I am reality. One of those. Great. It was here right? You know, it's about, you know if the machine breaks down everything breaks, we all break chain of command to happen in, which is true of do, which is true. I mean, you know. He's not writing this stuff. He was taught it to enter those characters that I played Stanley coonskin streetcar named desire. They're like really blue collar, but the stuff that comes out of their mouth just prophetic, it's it's like, it's like our street blow injuring is really. Yeah, the way they talk. Yeah. And just go, whoa, where's he come up with that. We'll put tune said she rob. You get an Academy Award nomination. How does that change your career and your life in a major way did up? Yup. Well, for example, I had a then had four movies in a row. This went for entire year. And I, I, I can't go to work again. You know, I've got. I've got to take some time off. I'm getting whippy was concert on the road. And while I was doing one job, I was studying for the next doing some homework and sound work..

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"dresser" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"dresser" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers in this popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies, and there's a movie now called American dresser. It is not the story of Tom Ford, you know, it is not somebody who is doing anything with fashion. It is about motorcycles and about a road trip taken by my guest today. Tom Barringer greatest thank rate to see could be here. So here in this movie, I think it's it's kind of wonderful to see you and keep David back together after put. I know laying Vietnam vets. It was kind of strange at very nice. I, my dad shoeless reunion. Yeah, and coming full circle and we're all army vets from Vietnam, but the only difference is it's kind of like a roller reverse. It's like he, he's, he's like my company sergeant like a Master Sergeant and. Whereas I was a platoon sergeant news, probably, you know, machine gunner. Yup, it's great. You're trying to figure out where you stand given the roles you play in movies. Walls played military flip-flop? Yeah, up American dress are a little bit for and what it is because people that don't know, there's a whole American dresser association for Davidson's American dressers actually it's not a trade name. It's a generic name for fairly big highway bike that would be loaded up like with the side panels and the tour box on the back where you can have a couple of changes of underwear and your, you know your your ring, ring gear. You know anything little extra you've got to carry, but it would be also more comfortable for a real long trip on your character is taking a long trip. Yeah, it's only out to the west coast amd back the two of them, and I don't want him to go because he's got some physical disabilities, and I think I just have to do this to, you know, for my my soul. And I'm told by my daughters to go just to get out of here, you're not doing any good, you know, because of his drinking, which is because his wife started that because his wife had cancer, then she died and he just can't get out of it. And we see those flashbacks in the movie with Gina Gershon playing, which is very touching. And yet he's going out there to meet a son. He didn't know have, which is very moving because it's not an aimless easy rider trip. No, there's a direction and it really isn't out to discover America or see on the east coast or something. Yeah, like them. It is different than that. What was the attraction to you? What made you say? I want to do this movie? I, I don't know. I just liked the characters like the story, like the dialogue. I thought there was some good humor in there. I thought it was funny. I mean it to me it had that same road humor that Bush casting the Sundance kid Nicholson and Randy Quaid in the last detail, you know, that kind of stuff going on of the strange of weird characters. They made. On the road, you know, Bruce darn. I love him in this. Yeah, all these people. They meet our kind of the rough. Yeah, yeah, exactly in. They're kind of endearing and funny and different. It's good to see back in this big screen that's here because you had been doing TV stuff that one day I was watching major crimes there. You were popping up as Mary McDonald's, rat bastard, ex husband. You know, this is this is how this happened was because Mary McDonald, they needed this character. They wanted to bring back. And ex husband of hers, and she's well what about Tom bear your? And they went, what's interesting, let's check, you know. And so I knew her and I knew to other people on the show and which was kind of a nice reunion. But then they had so much fun with the character. The writers just kept bringing me back. So it was kind of like an archive suppose. Yeah. And he was kind of funny. Its own bizarre way. Yeah. The business of being an actor is you create little mini families. Don't you. Oh yeah, to movie. And then sometimes the family breaks up and you get back together, but you still remember this feeling that you have. Yeah, yeah, that's true. That's true. What where did it start for you? We're, we're, we're, you come from originally, we'll really from the south side of Chicago. And they ended up queens, moved green, which is. Did tough neighborhoods. Different..

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"dresser" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"dresser" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Dresser put a line down the center in mind another center on a diagonal line another line you should have eight pieces of sweet potato pie say sweet potato pie is to my mama mama cooks okay in the circle on the top of the mind right a fun in adventure book on the next line right health and nutrition this is the lines that are on the outside going clockwise on the next line try culture and try on the next line her business the next line contribution on the next line hersal and spiritual development all the next line physical challenges in the next line friends family in relationships you should have eight items around that serve now here's what we're gonna do in this is an actual item that i want you to really really think about as you write this now now right a number okay in the center is a one on the outside is it ten by where he wrote an adventure that is a tin like on the outside of the circle innocence is one on the line from one to ten how do you feel about the funding bidu that you're having your life right now if you have done so the bunning a long time right a one on by innocent bow on the next line your health nutrition i didn't feel about your health nutrition how if it sucks right a one if you if it's so amazing right at ten you write that ten amazing the next line how do you feel about your culture that your surrounding your environment or your tribe in right that on that line known the next one is your business think about the current business you're right now it's not going so well right a one or online or or three but the next one will say wherever personal and spiritual development wherever that is right a number on that mind the next one is physical challenges the last time that you physically challenge yourself to do something more than what you're doing now like you're going out and what it takes to do that it's gonna take so mental bathroom maybe to run a fide cave never run report whatever that is it's one right one now the next one has been friend family relationships they about that whatever that is if you have a battleship germont your dad is like you're not really a relational person rider one if you're good with everybody right tent now whatever that is connect all the dots now what i want to do and connect the dots i want you to shade everything in on the inside now want to shave everything in on the inside that is your wheel of life on the outside is your capacity now if you look at a tire issues rolling rolling rolling rolling rolling you look at that shaded area you can see pretty bobby that bo bo bo bo both and you're wondering why they're saying it's not going well in your leg when you're probably overcompensating in another area but you don't have good relationships in your band this whole life success but you can't see it if you don't see it outta sight outta mind this is your life gps system if you had fun in a long time go do something fun and here's what happens once you look at those numbers you move that up a little match it's gonna make everything else better you'll have more energy the goal is to stretch all than outs once you stretch it all bills out and i'm gonna make sure that joel has a visual so in show you this looks lives on that just like talking idiot on here one cat all those.

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"dresser" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"dresser" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Like model s in not to say that fran dresser is not a babe because she is but i was just scrolling through her instagram and all this guy and landed on his instagram and he has sony pictures of him with themselves or him with her and they're gorgeous couple but i can't figure out what his name is from his in scrim name it's like pm j or i don't i don't know something like that but find out who pm j flash fran dressers hot boyfriend is please and i guess that's it okay i love you goodbye this is got we had to we had to play this not because this is new news in fact this is old news fran dressers boyfriend slash not even boyfriend ex husband peter mark jacobson current best friend caller this is not her boyfriend caller this is her ex husband who is gay color she'll like literally wrote a book about this they just and then it was turned into a tv show that he helps me what a hunk i emphasize myself tell me more about peter market jacobson this hunky hunk it's she's he's the expo exhusband he's very gay he came out after they got married right if they divorced and like they bonded over it was very sweet again what was the show called that they made on tv land i wish i could tell you but i forget i don't know but he also helped make the nanny to they've been for a long time they've been friends for happily divorced happy divorce right because now 'cause they're like still best friends even though they're not.

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