35 Burst results for "EVA"

"eva" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

04:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"eva" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"Eva, whose shadow is a swan. By dunya Mikhail. The day we measure Babylon for me to interpret her, Eva found a pocket stone, she'd later add to her collection of stones from different cities she kept in a glass bowl. We strolled roadsides piled with rocks, blasted from bridges and buildings, now bent and cratered. Yet I like to think that stone might have predated the fall of Babylon when people spoke one language. I liked Eva's musical tone. She said, I am from Stockholm, home to no war for 200 years. I am from Baghdad, I replied, a city we call the home of peace, the war has lived in it for 200 years. We exchanged postcards for 30 years before my east and her west met in London, our friendship needing no umbrellas in The Rain. I waited for her, impatiently, but head on a whim behind a pillar, admiring her poise as she approached and scanned the pastors by, like Noah, in search of the ark. A woman, nearly 90, so beautiful, her shadow as swan, a goddess who found her lost universe in the last minute. She hiked an island mountain on the way to our meeting, and bought a CD of ferry music for me. When I followed up with a farewell call, I learned she'd lost her hearing. Right. So I can hear you. She must have read my lips. The concert we attended in The Rain must have seemed like lightning without thunder. When I received her postcard, I can't read her handwriting, but plan to search the dictionary of Babylon for her words and decipher the line drawn

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"eva" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

04:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"eva" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"Eva, whose shadow is a swan. I don't even feel. The day we met in Babylon from me to interpret her, Eva found a pocket stone she'd later add to her collection of stones from different cities. She kept in a glass bowl. We strolled roadsides, piled with rocks, blasted from bridges and buildings now bent and cratered. Yet I like to think that stone might have predated the fall of Babylon when people spoke one language. I liked Eva's musical tone. She said, I am from Stockholm, home to no war for 200 years. I am from Baghdad, I replied, a city we call the home of peace, the war has lived in it for 200 years. We exchanged postcards for 30 years before my east and her west, met in London, our friendship needing no umbrellas in The Rain. I waited for her impatiently, but hid on a whim behind a pillar, admiring her poise as she approached and scanned the passers by, like Noah in search of the ark. A woman, nearly 90, so beautiful, her shadow, a swan. A goddess who found her last universe in the last minute. She hiked an island mountain on the way to our amazing and bought a CG a ferry music for me. When I followed up with a farewell call, I learned she lost her hearing. Right, so I can hear you. She must have read my lips. The concert we attended in The Rain was of steamed like lightning without thunder. When I receive her postcard, I can't read her handwriting, but plan to search the dictionary of Babylon for her words and decipher the line

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When Will Ryan Gosling Marry Eva Mendes?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

When Will Ryan Gosling Marry Eva Mendes?

"These two are very famous. Famously private, they've never revealed whether they're married or not. I don't get this kind of horse shit. What's the big deal? But the other day, Ava Mendes, who's now 48, went to Instagram, and I've been on Instagram. All she does is post pictures of clothes she wore for a certain event. She doesn't answer anybody's not that I wrote her. There's no way the writer back. She just posts pictures of clothes she wears. It's really like, are you in prison? What's going on? So she showed off a tattoo that might offer a clue about their relationship. It's in her inner wrist and it spells out de Gosling. DE Gosling. So in the Hispanic culture, married women often add their husbands last name to their own using deep, DE, which means of, you know, so Mendez might go by Eva Mendes de Gosling after marrying him. Who knows? We don't know. It's not the first time she's flashed this particular tattoo. She did it two years ago. Dylan September again. But it's very prominent in his most recent post. These two have been together since 2011. They met on the movie the place beyond the pines, good movie, really good movie.

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Merrick Garland's DOJ Arrests 11 Pro-Life Activists

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Merrick Garland's DOJ Arrests 11 Pro-Life Activists

"Biden DoJ, the Merrick Garland DoJ has been really going after activist pro lifers. And in a recent arrest, they've arrested 11 pro life activists and charged them with violating the so called face act, the face act as the freedom of access to clinic entrances act. It was a law that passed that basically said that people can not block or interfere with the provision of reproductive healthcare, which is basically abortion. And these pro life activists, I mean, some of them, of course, just stand outside a clinic with signs, but there are others that are more activists that their job or their goal is to talk people out of getting an abortion. Now this is not to say that they that they commit any kind of violence on the contrary, what they're trying to do is a sort of disrupt the functioning of the clinic by using a human blockade. And by the way, these are tactics picked directly out of the civil rights movement. And number two, try to talk to people who are heading into get an abortion and persuade them not to. So that's their goal. Now, in 2021, a group of pro life activists did a blockade of an abortion clinic in Juliet, Tennessee. They obviously were thought they were doing something good. And they broadcasted on Facebook. This was a kind of a live action as they call it. And now a whole bunch of these people. In fact, some of them a couple of them are young, but one of them Eva eddy or adult is 87 years old. She was part of it. She's been arrested. So you've got all these people who are arrested and supposedly, there are arrested for blocking people from providing reproductive

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"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

Borderline Salty

06:49 min | 3 months ago

"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

"A better chef today? Yeah, I love kitchen fails too because there's so many beautiful things that can come out of it like I was in Oaxaca and you know, oaxacan cheese, which is called, was an accident. Really? Yes, it was an accident. It was just a little young maiden. She must have been 12. She was supposed to watch the cheese. It over curdled. And so she poured boiling water into it to try to get it back to its form. And she started, she tried to get it back to like a Brie consistency and it just got and stringy. And she was like, oh my God. Oh my God, my parents are gonna kill me when they come back. And that's how kiso was made, was it was a mistake. And so now, once it gets to a certain point, they pour boiling water and you have to stir it really fast. And mold it really fast, and then it comes into that ball. And that's why it's kind of stringy and melt deliciously, but that was a mistake. Wow, that's amazing. The best cheese in the world. It is a 100% the best cheese. Well, back to the mistakes. Like, there's so many mistakes I make. So many so many mistakes. And then you're like, I kind of like this. But you know, over COVID, when everybody was making sourdough, I was making croissants. I mean, it takes three days to make a croissant. So like the first day is the dough, the second day is the folding, the third day is the rolling proofing baking. And so you see when you fuck it up because your butter did not incorporate. And it's just chunks and you're like, ah, and they still come out amazing. And so. I had like a whole cycle because I was doing it every day, so every day was like that batch is on the second day. This batch is on the third day, but I'm making the first day, because I wanted to keep moving it along. And when I was, I screwed up and my husband was like, well, I don't know where you screwed up in the process because it's still taste amazing, but like I could see the folds weren't right. Right. See the chunks of butter. It wasn't distributed equally. It didn't fold in well. And so that was a fun, you know, months of failure to do croissants. I wish I had been your neighbor during that time. Good God. Okay, I'm ready for my daily bag of croissant fuck ups. Yes. Screwing them up. And some days you know what also depended on the weather. Right, yeah. 'cause we were invited bravo, which is a Lake in Mexico. And if I made them in Mexico City, obviously the altitude was different. It sounds like you're definitely not afraid of mistakes. Welcome them. And if you were encouraging your son or encouraging a listener who has had a failure and it wasn't able to even eat the mistake. I always eat my mistakes. What would you tell them just to keep going? I mean, my advice I think to people is obviously to keep going, keep moving. And I think, you know, if you look at the history of food and the evolution of food and the travel of spices, there were these two women, they were the first cookbooks out of Mexico, josefina, and, oh, I forget the other woman, but when they first made their cookbooks in English for U.S. homes, they said, they would say chili poblano. And if you don't have a poblano where you live, use a bell pepper. It was like food is meant to evolve. And it's served like a scarcity. You don't have that in your region. I don't have chipotle, so I'm going to use something else to add heat, you know, or whatever. And I think that's how new dishes get. I mean, that's how Tex mex came to be, right? That's how California Mexican food came to be like, it's just different. I think I'm going to get a pillow or one of those needle point frames for my kitchen that just says accidents happen. Yeah. Exactly. Yes, they do. Aw the time. Yeah. Eat your mistakes. Eat your mistakes. That's a better needlepoint. Yeah, eat your mistakes. Oh my God. Well, Eva, thank you so much for spending this time with us. And it seems like Thanksgiving is a far way away, but let it be a cautionary tale to everybody. You're starting your planning now, just, you know, do the water check, make sure somebody's home, get out the fire extinguisher. Yes. Maybe when doing something dangerous, have a fire extinguisher makes no somebody's home. Yeah. It's just in case. Have a partner. Have a partner. Good advice. Well, thank you all so much. It was fun to talk to you. I recently added the portable move smart speaker to our existing Sonos set up at home, which has been rad for bringing whatever is playing inside the house out to the deck or with me to the grill, and this summer I am also throwing the move into my weekend bag for trips to visit with my parents. They're the ones with the pool, so that is where we all want to be. And the move has become as non negotiable for these family weekends as watermelon and sunscreen. It doesn't matter if there's a cannonball contest going on or some pool basketball because the move can take the sun and the splashes. My three year old niece loves the voice control feature because that means we're all going to be listening to Moana with her. And if my mom gets an opening, it's going to be a Leonard Cohen afternoon. Of course, if I'm at the wheel, I'm going to make everyone listen to my podcast. The rechargeable battery lasts all day for those gorgeous summer afternoons. And when we go back inside, it sounds just as good because move tunes itself depending on where your listening. Soundtrack, your summer with Sonos discover move plus other speakers and soundbars at Sonos dot com. Finding all your grocery items in one place at an affordable price is almost impossible now, but with thrive market, I get everything I need and so much more. 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"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

Borderline Salty

07:11 min | 3 months ago

"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

"It makes a great cookie. Yeah, and then I think once you get a recipe under your belt that you're getting really good success from, then I think you can migrate into like a creamed situation. And then from there, go into a brown butter. And then you can just kind of experiment and get to the point I think that your husband is at, where it seems like he's just effortlessly throwing things together and all of a sudden his magical cookie appears. Otherwise, I would just let him do the work. Like you make something else. Yeah, sometimes the common mistakes that I make when I'm making chocolate chip cookies and it is a cookie that I really love to make is I often over bake, you should pull them before you think they're dark because they continue cooking. So I always sort of take the cookie out when it's exactly where I want it to end up. And then they always go a little bit over so they'll be a little bit crisper or a little bit tougher than I hope they should be. And then I would also look do a little detective work in the titling of the recipe because of the different styles of cookies. What I would say is there's a cookie jar for every type of cookie out there and you have to decide if you're a thin and crispy person. If you're a fat and Chewy person, if you want like crispy on the outside and Chewy in the middle and then look for recipes that give you those clues in the recipe title. So you want to find a recipe title that doesn't just say classic chocolate chip cookie because there are so many, but look for a recipe titled that aligns with the type of cookie you want to eat. The other thing, actually, when you were talking about that, you know, the cook times, I was thinking, one thing that I always do if I'm making a cookie recipe for the first time is the first bake, I only bake at most 6 cookies. If I'm not quite sure how much they're gonna spread or if I'm not sure quite what the cooking time is going to be, I'll only bake for 6 at a time. And then just see what they do. See how far they spread. Do I agree with what the bake time is? Did I get a nice puff? Was it cracked? Was it cracked enough to not crack at all? Did I get the little rings on the outside? And then I'll adjust it for those kinds of things. So I baked the first small batch. I look at it and then I make adjustments. Smart. You're smart. Oh, thanks, Carlos. How are you? It's time for our next segment total kitchen nightmare. In this segment, we're bringing in Friends, our culinary heroes to share their kitchen disasters, and this week we are speaking to a very special guest, a very dear, sweet person, a very good friend of mine, none other than miss Eva Longoria. Eva is really someone who does it all and actress, a producer, a director, an activist, philanthropist, entrepreneur, and now the host of her own podcast connections with Eva Longoria. We are so excited to chat with her and I truly can't wait to hear what kitchen nightmare she has in store for us. Hello. Hi y'all. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. I'm so excited. Same here. I agree. We're not here to talk about the great moments in your life. Where you're here to talk about your biggest total kitchen nightmare moment. Set the scene, let's hear it. Yes, the fried turkey craze was taking off and I'm like, Thanksgiving's the most important holiday in our household. And so I'm like, I've been a turkey connoisseur my whole life right now. Yes, the roasting the frying, the brining, the not brining, the butter and the skin, the butter not under this. I mean, I've done it all. But it was when this fried turkey thing came out and it was dangerous. You've got to connect the gas line to the thing, and then you fill up your turkey fryer with water, place your turkey in there to see how far it fills up. Then take out your turkey, jump out the water, and then you know where your oil line is. It's just a whole thing. And I was like, oh my God, this is so much work. But I guess I mis measured, and so when I put the turkey in, it just overflowed. Oh my God. And then caught fire from the fire. I'm surprised I didn't burn down my house. I was by myself. Nobody was home. What? Yeah, because I was like, I was doing a test run. Before Thanksgiving. Wow. This is how serious I take Thanksgiving. So prepared. Yes, and it just, I mean, it didn't blow up, but it just like caught fire. I was like, oh my gosh, and it just died down by itself. Wow. 'cause I was like, I know I don't put water, but do I put flour? I don't even know what to do with an oil fire. What are you supposed to do? You can throw kosher salt on it if you have it. But were you outside in your driveway? I was outside near the garage, yeah. Okay. At least I was smart enough to be outside. Yeah, oh my God. Wow. But also smart enough to take all of these precautionary measures. I never knew that part about the water, but that's so smart to check how much it's going to rise. Yeah. How much is going to rise? Because it's such a dense piece of poultry. But now I found I found an electric fryer. And so that safer. Like I feel like I won't blow anything up. Like oil may get everywhere, but at least I won't blow the house up. Right, right. And there's no gas tank sitting next to a giant bubbling vat of oil. Which is always sort of freaked me out. I was like, I feel like somebody should be doing this. That's not me. It's like gas. There you go. And screwing things on. And I was listening. I was YouTubing everything because I was like, how to connect gas to your fryer. I mean, this is not things normal people should be doing. So even though you had the terrifying fire in your test run, did you end up going forth and frying for the actual Thanksgiving Day? I did. I did fry, and it was great. I mean, I've never gone back. I'll tell you that. I don't roast my turkey anymore. I don't roast a turkey. I just also, I make like four turkeys. So you don't have the oven space to do four turkeys in 8 hours. So when you fry a turkey, it's about 45 minutes per turkey. So I just boom, boom, boom, boom, and mostly everybody is more excited about my leftovers more than the thanksgivings. I make turkey salad sandwiches, like on an open faced sourdough and I do a sole turkey love. Yes. So everybody's like waiting for that like the second round and I'm like, we ate all the turkey. We don't have any. They're like, what do you mean we don't have any turkey? Rick and I love failures. Like, we love talking about our failures because they are so intertwined with anything that ever worked out for us as well. In just the process of every recipe development, there's the big idea, the attempt, the fail, the tribulations, and then the success. So with the fire, I love that you just got right back up on the horse and fried again. Was there something about that fail that you think makes you

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"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

Borderline Salty

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

"With that cooking medium. And I would also recommend cast iron or a heavy skillet. A lot of times what happens if your pan is really thin, you will actually have hot and cold spots. And so I'm not certain what pan you're using, but you might get like that really nice Brown golden brown color on the edges of your cutlet because your pan is thin and so maybe your cutlet is sitting over the outer edge of the fire. Yeah, and so the center may be a little bit cooler on your pan and therefore not giving you that even browning. So by using a cast iron or a heavy bottomed skillet, you'll actually have a much more even heating and then the chances of you getting an even golden crust on your cutlet are going to be increased exponentially. And it sounds like the cutlets that you're using are pre sliced, which means that all of the protein strands in the meat are intact. Whereas if you pound pork chop, for example, and flatten it out to make a cutlet, you will actually break down the proteins and they won't pucker up when they hit the heat because they will have broken. So you may want to, if you're buying these pieces of meat from the store pre cut, you may want to just give it a quick pound to break up the protein and then you're good to go to season it and bread it and then cook it. Super smart wreck, love that. Color, you're on. Hi Rick and Carla, my name's Abby, and my question is this. Is there any reason to be using a wooden spoon instead of another utensil? Because recently, in a lot of recipes, I've been seeing mix with a wooden spoon and I can't believe that there's any difference between that and like silicone spoon or a spatula or something like that. So is this all some kind of a wooden spoon conspiracy? Or is there really a reason to be using one? This segment of borderline salga is sponsored by big wood. Thank you. Big wood. Good USA. Oh my God. You know, I've been waiting for that big wood sponsorship for so long. Honestly, if I had to work for a conglomerate, I would want it to be the wooden spoon. Conglomerate. I would really feel at home. Yeah, well, as long as they were exotic Woods, right? Only the most exotic teaks and yes. Okay. You know what was that? What was going through my eye when I was listening was like, why would you use a wooden spoon instead of any other spoon is because you want to save your hearing? There is no worse sound to me than the sound of a metal spoon in like a metal pan. That is, it is so upsetting. Wait, wait, wait, okay, so are you responsible for at BA whenever there was a ground beef recipe? And it said, cook your ground beef using a wooden spoon to break up the clumps of beef as you cook until, you know, and it's Brown and delicious. Was that you? Like as I was wondering, why would it matter? If I used a wooden spoon or a metal spoon or a horse. So now you're on team Abby. No, I'm pleading the 5th. I know further questions. I am just asking a simple question, your honor. We have a hostile witness on the stand. I'd know it for breaking up beef. I don't think it has to be a wooden spoon, but I can think of many, many examples like when it's something like you've cooked a nice piece of pork and gotten great color on it, take it out of the pan, add liquid whenever we talk about deglazing. We would say to use a wooden spoon to scrape up the brown bits from the surface of the pan. I feel like a silicone spatula doesn't have the integrity. It's just too great it's going to gently slide over the top of the font. So you want something sturdy, but could you use a fish spatula, sure? You want to use a metal spoon? Great. Do you live alone? You love screeching noises. Cool. No conspiracy here. We just love big wood. Big wood. Everybody should pick wood. Come on. What's not to love? You just want to give that big wood a big hug. And if you listen to this episode backwards, it'll be like, I use wooden spoon and follow wooden spoons are the best. Wooden spoons are nothing. 9 .99. I think we have time for one more caller. Hello, Rick. Hello, Carla. This is Brian. So I have a recipe that's been stumping me for years and I know like slouch in the kitchen and I've done so much baking with my grandmother and my mother, but for some reason, no matter what recipe I try, I can not produce a fantastic chocolate chip cookie. I've tried all sorts of different butters, different flowers. Different recipes, my husband can throw everything in the mixer, whip it up and then it's done. But I follow the directions and it just isn't working for me. So I need some help. I have a feeling Rick and I are thinking the same thing, which is if our husband is great at making chocolate chip cookies and we are not just take that as like a gift and a sign and go lie back down on the couch and like make sure the milk is ice cold when those cookies come out of the oven. But if you feel if you feel really compelled to master this chocolate chip cookie, I think there's a couple things to think about as you head into a recipe and Rick and I have definitely said this before, but there really are not bad cooks. There are bad recipes. So the first thing I would say is make sure that recipe is vetted. Make sure it has a lot of really good reviews. Make sure it's from a publication or a book that you trust. Beyond that, if it is a good recipe, you need to know what to look for and to make sure you're paying attention visually. But this is Rick's jam. So like Rick, break down the chocolate chip cookie, the wish list, the highs, the lows, what are we looking for? So one of the things that completely changed my baking is the use of a scale. Years and years ago, I was cross testing a recipe that did not have weights, and it was a friend of mine who made the snickerdoodle, and it was really delicious snickerdoodle. I tasted hers, and I could not for the life of me remake this cookie. And what it ended up coming down to was the way that we measured our flour. Because we weren't using scales, like I was doing the spoon and level method, as was she, but she was using this teeny tiny spoon and I was using like a really big mounded soup spoonful of flour. And that actually impacted the weight of the flour in the recipe by almost an ounce. My cookies were very fat and bready. Her cookies were really thin and crispy. And so look for a recipe that has good reviews from a place you trust, that also has gram amounts and then get yourself a really good scale. I love a brown butter cookie. I also really like a stir cookie, like a one bowl, just dump everything in and stir. So what I would do first is I would look for a one bowl cookie recipe. There are Martha Stewart recipes that are really good. I have a one bowl skillet cookie, which I really like, and you can actually use that dough and just scoop it out in one ounce scoops, put that on a sheet tray and bake that and you will get like a thinner cookie. Yeah, I have one too. It's a Stella parks recipe that is so easy. Like you can't believe they're gonna work out 'cause you literally just dump everything in and stir it and

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"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

Borderline Salty

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

"Move, plus other speakers and sound bars at Sonos dot com.

"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

Borderline Salty

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"eva" Discussed on Borderline Salty

"We've seen repeatedly over the last few cycles how a handful of votes in a handful of races can fundamentally alter direction of our country. Hi, I'm David club. I was Barack Obama's campaign manager and a White House senior adviser. Thrilled to be back with a new season of my podcast campaign headquarters. We're going to go deep into 9 critical states in this election. We're going to talk Senate races, governors races, Secretary of State races, and key U.S. House races in all of those states. We're going to be joined by local political experts, senior campaign staff in campaign managers who are actually on the ground, who just don't have opinions about what's happening, they know what's happening because they're battling it out in the arena. So please listen to campaign headquarters. Presentation of cadence 13 studios, with me, David pluff, available now for free on the Odyssey app or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Hi, I'm Rick Martinez. I'm a cookbook author video host, and I am a firm believer in a good tomato pie. I'm Carla lali music. I am also a cookbook author, video host, and I just put skinny dipping down on the August to do list. Amen. And this is borderline salty. The show where we skinny dip take your calls, boost your confidence and make you a better, smarter, and happier cook. Today, we'll discuss how to cook veggies without heating up the kitchen. The trick to getting even gorgeous, golden brown cutlets, and the cues to perfect, chocolate chip cookies. And today, on total kitchen nightmare, we'll be sitting with my amazing friend and incredible human being Eva Longoria to hear her. Nightmare. But before we get into it, I want to share that this week's segment of tell me something good is brought to you by the Sonos move, a powerful and portable smart speaker for listening all around your home and beyond. Soundtrack your summer with Sonos, discover,

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'The Gray Man' Is Just More of the Same

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 4 months ago

'The Gray Man' Is Just More of the Same

"I go to Netflix. And there's this movie with a great test. Billy Bob Thornton, who I love, know the guy, great guy. And in the arms, the cutie pie cube and who's gonna play Marilyn Monroe in the biopic and here's 2023. Maybe late this year, but I think 2023, Chris Evans, who the ladies love, and I don't mind saying the guy's hot, like a Chris helmsworth or there's so many of them. But I think the Chris Evans thing, to me, he's fake and put on, obviously, great physique, nice features, but sometimes all those things together don't add up to a great looking guy. You know what I mean? There's no edge to him. I don't know. And of course, Ryan Gosling, who I think is a beautiful man. He's got, in my opinion, maybe the most beautiful wife in Hollywood and Eva Mendes. I think she's right up there at the top. The movie is called the gray man. Let me tell you right now, you can skip the gray man. Never has there been more boring of big names, a more boring cast of big names, so much star power right there. So little intrigue, and I'm getting tired of these films, you know? An imprisoned murderer who has his sentence commuted in exchange for becoming a trained underground killer for the CIA. He carries that secret unsavory missions for the government. So many of the same scripts just plugging in different actors,

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Pelosi’s Office Defends Husband’s Stock Buy Ahead of Key Vote

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 5 months ago

Pelosi’s Office Defends Husband’s Stock Buy Ahead of Key Vote

"Daily wire Pelosi's office defends husband stockpile ahead of key vote The office of house speaker Nancy Eva stretch Pelosi Wait did you see that picture of her I think what did they say The picture speaks a thousand words or something Whatever it is I'll let it speak for itself Pelosi offered its response to her husband investor Paul Pelosi listen to this Buying as much as $5 million in a technology company poised to benefit if lawmakers pass a new subsidy package That's what I said What about her tax returns And the big dummies you know the drunk Paul belos who was arrested after alleged drunk driving earlier this year Exercise 200 call options to acquire 20,000 shares in the video A California company that produces semiconductors First reported by the daily caller and disclosure filled by Nancy Pelosi to the House of Representatives last week revealed the trade So obviously she's well aware of

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"eva" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"eva" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"You texted? Right now my business partner. Because we were just on a Zoom. So we recently had one of your best friends on the show a few weeks ago, Victoria Beckham. No. With her business partner. So I have to ask, what would people be most surprised to know about Victoria? That she's the funniest person I know. She's really funny. Did you guys discover that dead? Yes. It was great. She was very funny. Super funny, super loyal, super smart. And I think those attributes sometimes people think she's glamorous and just about photo or whatever, but she's so real and beautiful and one of my actually, she's like, other than my business partner, I just texted her. We were just texting. You could tell her you're on the show. What would you pick? Margarita, paloma, or your tequila on the rocks. Oh, that's a hard one. I love palomas. And a margarita is a staple, but my tequila is a sipping tequila. It is. I can attest to that. It's delicious. It's delicious. So usually you have mixed drinks to hide the tequila. You know what I mean? You're like, oh, okay, more of this more of that. And my tequila stands on its own. And it's so good. I've got one more question. Anything you want to throw in before? No, I'll let you go. I feel like you've got a good one. Okay, what's the craziest rumor you've seen about yourself? Well, I think it's too long for this podcast, but it used to be back in the day. I came up with national inquirer was like the only rag magazine. You know what I mean? Like it was like aliens have landed and Robert De Niro got married. It was silly and in one of those national inquirers, there was a whole story of Eva was seen in her silver BMW. I don't have a sober being didn't have a silver BMW. In her panties and bra running out of Frederick's of Hollywood because her dog, her Labrador retriever, had to get rushed to the hospital..

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"eva" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"eva" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"Of every second of every day. We'll explain more in a bit, but first, let's get into the episode. This whole like you can have it all. I do think you can have it all, but not at the same time. And that's the thing. There is a moment for you to focus on career. There's a moment for you to focus on children. And sometimes you don't get the choice. You get pregnant and you have your job, and you do it. I'm Carly zakin, and I'm Danielle weisberg. Welcome to 9 to 5 ish with the skin. We've run into so many questions over the years and had so many moments where we needed advice and we got it from women who'd been there. And that's what we're bringing you with this show. Each week we're helping you get what you want out of your career by talking to the smartest leaders we know. Because we know your work life is a lot more than 9 to 5. All right, let's get into it. Hey everyone, today our guest is Eva Longoria. She got her start in Hollywood on shows like the young and the restless and most notably Desperate Housewives, but she hasn't just built her career in front of the camera. Eva's directed and produced multiple films and TV shows and to honor her Mexican roots. She's also launched Costa del sol, a tequila brand. At the same time, she continues to create opportunities for the Hispanic community with her foundation. The Eva Longoria foundation and her production company unbelievable entertainment. Her most recent project is a podcast called connections with Eva Longoria. Where she hosts conversations with a range of guests about everything from money to spirituality and more. Eva, thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me, ladies. We are thrilled to have you and we like to jump into the conversation with a quick lightning round so we can get to know you better. So it's a quick questions, quick answers. Are you ready? Yes..

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Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 7 months ago

Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

"Cheney You know dizzy Lizzy Cheney only gets the attention she gets now because she is trying to destroy Trump and all the Trump supporters If dizzy Lizzy had actually lived up to her positions when she ran for the House in the first place as she'd be getting no attention or only very negative attention Do you know that dizzy Lizzy Cheney Got the profiles and courage award from the John F. Kennedy library mister producer Is that interesting No more Halliburton Thank God No more Chinese war criminals No The JFK profile encourage award yesterday And she dares to quote president Reagan And George Washington when this award has become an award for radical leftists and radical leftists only And she's very proud And her new friend Nancy Eva Pelosi stretch is very proud of her And wait until they have their public hearings and waiting to all I'm telling you

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"eva" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

03:55 min | 7 months ago

"eva" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"At both. And then there's moments where I may miss something in Santo's life and I may miss an opportunity in work. It's just the fact. And I just don't really put too much pressure on myself to be perfect for both. All the time. I've been listening and enjoying your podcast connections with Eva Longoria. And I noticed something that comes up a lot for you, which is this idea of people's purpose. Yeah. And I wonder for you what you define as your purpose and how you got to that definition. Gosh, I haven't come to it yet. I haven't come to my purpose in life yet. I do think a grander purpose of humanity and human beings is to love. And that's been pretty consistent in any of the podcasts I've already recorded for connections with Eva. But every single one of them comes back to love, whether it's loving yourself, loving your neighbor, loving each other. I had doctor Brian Weiss on who's like a past life regression believes in the past lives and why we're here and then Jay Shetty is a spirituality. Guru today and they all kind of say the same thing like our sole purpose on this in this earth is to love. And so I think my greater great is greater purpose is to love. So I try very hard in my day to interact with people in a genuine way where they feel heard or supported or loved. Like, wow, that was a great interaction with somebody I didn't know or that was a great interaction with Eva. I didn't know she was that way or of course she's that way. There's so many people that are always surprised when somebody's not an asshole. And they're like, I met. She was so nice. Like, they're super surprised by and you're like, why aren't you surprised when people are an asshole? Like, everybody should be kind to each other. And so for me, I think, I mean, that is my purpose, but more specifically, I don't know yet. And I think it's okay. Because the part of the fun of life is finding that purpose. You got to at least be headed facing a direction of like, this is where I'm going. I don't know where I'm going to end up, but this is where I'm going. I have goals, and the purpose of my production company is job creation for Latinos. I mean, that's in front of and behind the camera. That's definitely my goal and my purpose in producing and directing. But I think that's all part of a greater scheme of making sure our communities loved by everybody. People and Gloria, this was such a gift. Thank you so much for doing this. Thank you. Thank you so much. Let me tell you, what you're doing with this podcast and talking to so many women and so many latinas is something to be applauded. The fact that you've been doing it for three years, you've touched so many people and I've been such a fan of it for so long and I just think you kudos to you and everything you're doing. You're doing it and you're doing it well. Okay, I'm going to get off before I cry. Thank you so much. Thank you as always for listening. Latina Latina is executive produced and owned by Julia Antigua and me, Alicia Menendez, paulina velasco is our producer. Manuela bedoya is our marketing lead, coach and toshiro is our associate sound designer and mix this episode. We love hearing from you and makes our day email us at hola at Latina to Latina dot com, slide into our DMs on Instagram, tweet us at Latino Latina. Check out our merchandise that is on our website, Latina to Latina dot com slash shop, and remember, please subscribe or follow us on radio public Apple podcast, Google podcast, good pods, wherever you are listening right now. Every time you share this pot yes, every time you share an episode every time you leave a review, it helps us to grow as a community..

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Media Goes Wild, Saying Jan. 6 Committee Alleges Charges Against Trump

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 10 months ago

Media Goes Wild, Saying Jan. 6 Committee Alleges Charges Against Trump

"We have we have this committee now This January 6th committee operating in secret subpoenaing people conducting depositions in secret Making public that which it chooses to cherry pick and leak New York Times headline January 6th committee lays out potential criminal charges against Trump I want you to think about this Does this sound like Putin CNN Trump and right-wing lawyer were part of criminal conspiracy to overturn 2020 election New York Times isn't done Panels suggest Trump knew he lost the election iron criminal case NBC News January 6th panel argues Trump was involved in criminal conspiracy to overturn election Politico January 6th committee says Trump violated multiple laws and effort to overturn election ABC News January 6th committee evidence Trump engaged in criminal conspiracy may have broken laws Newsweek Donald Trump could face criminal charges after explosive John eastman emails revealed Washington Post analysis understanding the criminal allegations that January 6th committee is constructing against Trump CNBC U.S. capitol riot panel says Trump may have engaged in a criminal conspiracy Axios January 6th panel ledges Trump may have engaged in criminal conspiracy quote unquote to overturn the election Now ladies and gentlemen this is Nancy Eva Pelosi stretch As I hateful vile evil fascist And I hope that appears everywhere on the Internet It's not the first time I've called her a fascist Certainly won't be the last time

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Nancy Pelosi & Jan. 6 Committee Would Fit Well in Putin's Russia

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 10 months ago

Nancy Pelosi & Jan. 6 Committee Would Fit Well in Putin's Russia

"So now we've gone from peace deals never thought possible under Trump in the Middle East To the empowerment of the Islam and Nazi regime in Tehran Oh and by the way the plan is I told you yesterday was to give the Islam a Nazi regime on top of all the rest $11 billion For two hostages through another country How many questions have been asked about this at the latest White House press briefing How many Democrat members of Congress are demanding answers Where's dizzy Cheney Where's does he change She around Oh yes she and her comrades on the January 6th committee Are now accusing Donald Trump of criminal conduct Tommy is that the job of the House of Representatives to accuse anybody of criminal conduct I actually believe the House of Representatives of the Nancy Eva Pelosi and this committee this committee under dizzy Cheney would fit perfectly well in Putin's Russia They believe in the same so called justice system the same lack of due process Going after your political enemies and trying to smear them and ruin them These are sick bastards Absolutely sick bastards and they do remind me The Putin and his staff and his inner circle

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Emotional Valieva takes lead in Olympic figure skating

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Emotional Valieva takes lead in Olympic figure skating

"Well eva may have the lead after the women's short program but for the fifteen year old these are tough times he left the ice fighting back tears and declined to speak to reporters this issue finds itself at the center of the latest Olympic doping scandal well you have a tested positive in December for a band heart medication though the result only surfaced last week after her two scintillating performances in the team competition helped win gold for the Russians she resumes competition Thursday in the free skate for which three Americans qualified I'm Bruce Morton

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Russian figure skater reportedly fails drug test

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

Russian figure skater reportedly fails drug test

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Russian figure skater Camilo valley eva says she's happy but worn out this after an arduous doping hearing ended with her being allowed to skate at the Beijing Olympics the fifteen year old sensation could still be bad over a failed drug test in December pro basketball Cleveland center Jarrett Allen will make his all star game debut he will replace James harden who has yet to play for Philadelphia since being traded away by Brooklyn because of a hamstring issue in the college game Gonzaga has returned to the top spot in the AP poll hockey the Calgary flames of acquired forward Tyler Toffoli from Montreal for two players and two draft picks horse racing the attorney for Bob Baffert says the hall of fame trainer and the battle of Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirit quote will be fully exonerated he claims the colts failed drug test for a steroid resulted from a prescribed a topical Sam and not an injection Bruce

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Why Does Mark Levin Call Her Nancy 'Eva' 'Stretch' Pelosi?

Mark Levin

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Why Does Mark Levin Call Her Nancy 'Eva' 'Stretch' Pelosi?

"I was going to get off this but I decided no This one's just too good Nancy Eva stretch Pelosi Why do I call her Eva people ask me So I want the Soros back crap websites to pay very close attention I figured that when she talked like somebody out of Germany in the 1930s that I should assign her a name Popular back then Eva When you're calling brave men and women in federal law enforcement stormtroopers I thought well why not assign her part of the genre Eva Eva who Figure it out

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Nancy Pelosi Says She's 'Here for the Middle Class,' Despite Rising Inflation, Crime, and More

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 11 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Says She's 'Here for the Middle Class,' Despite Rising Inflation, Crime, and More

"Have you noticed that she and Joe Biden walk in a very similar fashion mister producer Kind of a little shuffle Little shuffle walk I won't comment beyond that Although I could and it would be quite funny She's for the children cut 16 go The middle class is the backbone of our democracy We have to strengthen the middle class and all who aspire to it So that is what our legislation is about So how we protect our nation how we preserve our planet how we transform our workforce how we educate our children Yes yes yes And we push inflation through the roof drive up the cost of food Housing clothing Gasoline We're here for the middle class Not the middle class of America but nonetheless the middle class Wide open borders where legal aliens come in Some of whom were enormously violent Some of whom are sexual predators That's right We're for the middle class Murder through the roof A soft carjacking rape through the roof On behalf of the middle class yes That's who we are the Democrat party Led by the great fascist herself quite frankly Nancy Eva stretch Pelosi

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Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Quotes White Supremacist 'Framers of the Constitution'

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 11 months ago

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Quotes White Supremacist 'Framers of the Constitution'

"Hakeem or how come Jeffries More at his press conference today cut four ago Respect the constitution not senatorial custom The constitution is pretty clear The framers of the constitution understood the work The frame rate the white supremacists the slaveholders how can you be In American Marxist democratic In any walk of life politician media academia Hollywood and not be schizophrenic Periods quoting the framers the constitution I heard Nancy Eva Pelosi saying Washington and Jefferson and the others They'd be crying today So apparently these quote unquote former slaveholders and of course Franklin didn't hold slaves but nonetheless there to be listened to When the end justifies

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Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Lies About Republicans Supporting Freedom to Vote Act

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 11 months ago

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Lies About Republicans Supporting Freedom to Vote Act

"Hakeem Jeffries who helps to replace Nancy Eva stretch Pelosi and I think I'm going to call them how come Jeffrey is mister producer does that make sense How come he might be the Speaker of the House if the Democrats take it back one day How come Guy's a quack a radical kook That's how come How come Jeffries At a press conference today cut to go There's 16 Republican senators who voted to reauthorize the Voting Rights Act in 2006 who are still here All you need is ten of them All you need is ten of them So we can have to do a reauthorizing the Voting Rights Act Why are you lying Why are you trying to confuse people The freedom to vote act is about unfreedom And we've talked about this until I'm blue in the face That this is basically a Democrat party wish list A little bit of California a little bit of New Jersey a little bit of Illinois You know where they had the cleanest elections Little bit of Philly my hometown Bring it all together And what do you get You get this Crap You get elections without integrity Go ahead Holding rights protections in place In the United States Protection pally of putting in place Name one But we want these drop boxes See that's their that's their cause a drop boxes Because that's what Zuckerberg used to great effect The drop

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Jill Biden honors kids of injured troops as 'hidden heroes'

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Jill Biden honors kids of injured troops as 'hidden heroes'

"For veterans day First Lady Jill Biden is honoring the people she calls he didn't heroes the kids and caregivers of American troops my job is to give life and bring light to my dad's day nine year old Gabby Rodriguez and six year old sister eva do what they can for their father a marine who suffered a brain injury in Iraq I could take some Sundays and my sister likes to ask how's the weather which is asking about his Mitt doctor by D. says the sisters are examples of kids with the nearly impossible job helping care for the sometimes invisible wounds of war from a young age can help first learned the cost of war close up earlier this year the White House launched a program called he didn't helpers to support the kids of America is five and a half a million military care givers injuries can be felt throughout generations Sager make ani Washington

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Millionaire Politicians Like Pelosi Won't Give up Anything for 'Climate Change'

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Millionaire Politicians Like Pelosi Won't Give up Anything for 'Climate Change'

"It is a model of collaboration that brings together public private and nonprofit sectors to seal this scale the solutions necessary for achieving net zero pollution globally And that's zero pollution globally What in the hell does that mean You say Eva stretch Pelosi won't give up anything that creates carbon dioxide in her life including her big mouth She's not going to give up the cars the planes she's not going to give up her mansions neither is that big stupid husband of hers What's his name again Doesn't matter George what is it Who cares right Isn't that the bottom line He's in the background making a fortune So honey what's the next piece of legislation we're working on Oh Paul Excuse me Paul Pelosi double P P squared Yeah pee pee I think that's correct But anyway ladies and gentlemen these millionaires and billionaires aren't giving up crap Net zero pollution First of all as long as communist China fascistic Russia and our Friends in India are around there's not going to be net zero But how do you have net zero pollution I don't have enough time It's really unfortunate Maybe I'll do this tomorrow I'm gonna get into this degrowth movement again because it's not just it's not just that they want us to stand in place They want us to shrink our

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Nancy Pelosi Promotes 'Gender Justice' at COP26

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Nancy Pelosi Promotes 'Gender Justice' at COP26

"Eva stretch Pelosi is at a climate conference This one was in Glasgow Scotland Apparently Obama was in Ireland He talked about the emerald isles when he was in Scotland And yet that refers to Ireland Because Obama's a putts too Now that said here's Pelosi listen carefully cut 16 go But we're here today to report and what we have done Then this is a nearly $1 trillion investment in build back better and bipartisan infrastructure framework Recognizes the interconnectedness of climate change and gender justice And enables women and girls What Climate change and gender justice Are you telling me genitalia now have rights mister producer Due process equal protection will you Gender justice They are so poison the vocabulary The English language Gender justice Wow

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Joe Biden Has a Swimming Pool of Blood

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Joe Biden Has a Swimming Pool of Blood

"They're moving on. They want to Help protect their their man. Biden. And their gal pal, Nancy, Eva Pelosi and all the rest of the agenda. Then move on. But I'm not going to forget the people back there. You understand there being slaughtered? And they've announced today that they're going to be, uh Working out with communist China. They believe in with communist China wants to do now. The irony of this, of course, is communist China is slaughtering Muslims. But within the Muslim where they're Muslims, and then there's Muslims. Muslims slaughter each other. They do it in Afghanistan. They do it in the Middle East. That depends on what kind of Muslim you are, I suppose. And so this president has not just blood on his hands. He has a swimming pool of blood. So to all the people in his administration that supported this This decision. To leave Americans behind s I V visa holders behind. And others who were great patriots to this country.

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Recommendation for COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots Expected Soon

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Recommendation for COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots Expected Soon

"The White House is expected to announce that most Americans should get a covid 19 booster shot at least eight months after their second dose of the vaccine. If the FDA signs off, which they are expected to do. The booster shot rollout could begin as early as September. More than 168 million Americans who have been vaccinated. This booster recommendation applies to all of those people who got em Ren a vaccine that's Pfizer and Moderna, and to put this all into contact those first shots into arms. Happened just over eight months ago today, ABC's Eva

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"eva" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"eva" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette. With junior. In the mix and eva cruise we are continuing live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as kfi in southern california on abc news talk. We're talking about eating plant based for athletes and so Even let me ask you ask you this. What plant based foods have the most pro team. Yes of course The more plant based foods the happen whilst propping stoffel for example if you eat Three and a half ounce of a thoughtful actually oregon it. of course Is best it has twenty grandchild healthy. Wow wow oh any ground. That surprises me. I mean i eat. I was a true foods. A couple of weeks ago and had some Some shrimp tacos except by had him take the shrimp out and replace it with tofu and it was delicious. It was delicious. It was satiate inc. I mean it was delicious. So many people don't realize how much protein which is what we're talking about today can be plant based food especially for athletes that need to get that extra protein to build the muscle that they want right absolutely. Yes and not only talk. When i for example lantos air eight ounces of co excuse me late a also cook does have eighteen grants appropriate chippings and big in beans eight ounces at half seeping grams of the nutritional. Jeez fourteen grounds for around. There might either mommy thing grounds for a half aqap right there. It's a lot a lot of propping. It is a lot of protein and so You know are there. Certain meal plans that you specifically recommend for athletes and training. yes absolutely. Well it's all pan like everybody went the went with my clients. It start you know always like what was it like the most what the slides and based on that ideal The meals for a meal plans for that and but for the ball in the morning. These use I'm talking to myself. You know in the morning. I get in this morning with the flash based powder with a plumbing protein powder i at So basically in so checks with charged scalable choi or sprouts some propriam pineapple. Because i have to have my vitamin c. Every day for my glorious king. And of course i have my omega in my kill. The facts dot cancelled and him. Seats supplement echo v. athletic or. Ginger powder wow well you'll for breakfast and lunch in for launch. I usually like a the issue with some beans and rice and some bake or esteem based being sounds delicious. It really does. I'm i'm preparing dinner tonight. I'm not sure what i'm going to have. But i haven't having a couple girls over for pool party so i don't know what i'm gonna make So how important is variety when eating plant based during training specifically or yes absolutely. They mainly some. Why are variety. It's important because when we incur for eighth whole grains legalzoom seeds healthy. Fats we are getting older vitamins. All the media does all the and the oxidants old their hypo nutrients or the chemicals that we need to nourish our body and also to fight radical. Will you know. I'm looking at the clock. We only have about two minutes. I apologize when a little long with chris which cut our time a little bit short for next time but can an omnivore diet. Actually be harmful for an athlete in in some ways. Wow of course yes because all they eat a to me and what means caused by inflammation we don't have to. We don't have to go deep in bats use They're more when we consume eat. We not only consuming animal protein and we also consuming the meaning of sixty antibiotics in quarter. Stop the bad adding. Yeah no no. There's a lot. There's a lot to know about this. There is and Wh- nutritional benefit benefits of a plant based diet compared to an omnivore diet. Thirty seconds what are you up. There's a music you don't have thirty so we're going to save that for next time. Even oh my gosh. I just i love having me. I love your spirit. I love your accent. And i love having you on the show. I really do thank you so much. You're so cute. All right eva crews everyone check around. Her website is nutrition for better living dot com. That's nutrition for better living or on instagram at nutrition for better living. Thanks again eva. Everyone out there have a wonderful day. Remember you get one body. You'll get one mind and you get one life. It's workout wednesday. Get some exercise..

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"eva" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"eva" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Selfish dot. They have been to the hospital right people working out with the merchants y because what they eat tile the workout I know and i love this topic i do. I'm looking at the clock. We're going to go for a quick break. We'll be right back with eva crews We're talking about plant based eating for athletes. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one life. Radio.

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"eva" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"eva" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Real. Connections and friendships with people mortician. How writers developed. That's what's interesting riders to keep their own counsel so much in so many ways or whatever but so were you able to make real relationships with people that lasted. Yeah i had really. I had a really close friends growing up by a best friend all the time like a few different best friends in my life and i think i've always been someone who i like a small circle that we get deep. I don't like it freaks me out to be in a big group where i have to talk about stuff. That isn't the actual stuff going on. I mean i did. My school was very cool in that. I got to travel to france a lot Through the school. Not i mean a lot to twice which is already is and i did this exchange in normandy where i had I had a correspondent. And i went and stayed at her house for a couple of weeks and then she came and stayed at my house for a couple of weeks and i just remember like. They had a swing set in their backyard. And that was. I just sat there. I was to alison krauss and swinging. And i every afternoon there afternoon. Snack after school was coca cola and bread with an attila. Like bag with mattila. I was like. Are you fucking kidding. Enormity bed yet. I can't like are you kidding. Me that i i was also extremely like sexually frustrated at the time it was like would walk on the beach and see like a boy like eighty five miles away like oh. That's that's my husband. Like i was just. I was completely delusional but i was. It was really fan. There was a lot of fantasy. So did you start acting like did you start performing in any way like writing writing the whole time eva now i would just write mean things about my parents journals. Nothing real. i know. I was like doing like lots of songs at family. Reunions would perform my fair lady family. This is this is i. I still feel like the buzz of humiliation. Come on i think about this. I performed like the opening song of my fair lady to a family reunion of people. I'd never met an. I wasn't outgoing. I think i was convinced to do that. Because i love that song but there was a lot of attempts at performance in that dial landed quite how i wanted them to. I want them to be you know on jaws on the floor applause for day than it was not like that. It was like that was sweet that you tried that yet. That disappointment that feeling when you share as this is really useful. People listening to talk more about because i think it stops a lot of people i used to say like the only reaction that matters only when you want. Is you really want somebody to read something here. The piece of music or watch the piece of footage go almost wordlessly to the window. And then say i never need to hear a see anything again and then leapt to their deaths right. Wanna give someone the final release. Yes final breath of while the world was worth it. Yes we did when you do an any reaction this is. The problem is any reaction less than that feels. Not just dating. But it's like it's cutting your head they're cutting your head off. I know it is so insane. I don't know where. I got where we got a thing of. I need to be. I need to make the thing that affects them onto the point of they are able to perish because they've gone through the journey of their life because of my work. I don't know where i got. That need talked about this before. Haven't would see at the exact same way it is. It's wild i mean it's i haven't actually spoken it out loud before i don't and of course why i'm constantly working more and more as i'm like well no one's no one's perished out of joy yet like well right and but this is like When you give us the reason is like you think because even in the littlest things that you create in that way you put so much yourself into it yeah again. It's why barton fink is such a devastating thing to watch if you've never seen it's devastating because barton isn't really an artist and he thinks he is a he just puts the key moment. That will maybe watch the next couple of days as you do. Your you're gonna love this about you. I mean when you will wash the things in report back and talk about. Yeah martin fake. There's a small when he says i. I tried to show you something beautiful. I try to show them something beautiful. And anyone who's ever. I have felt the mortification of trying to show them something and like the the self hatred that goes with realizing you were trying to show them something beautiful. Yeah it's felt vulnerable. I mean it's just beyond there's nothing as painful and full of ego like its about ego so it's not even about like it's really hard to differentiate between what allowed to need and what. I'm glad i want really badly modern leaders. It's not just their ability to reason we've value or their eloquence..

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"eva" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"eva" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Hey is the moment brian koppelman. Thanks for listening my guest today. Just totally rules. Abe victor. Who i've gotten to know personally because she is kicking ass on billions in seasons five and six but whose work got my attention way before that and That's why levin and i asked to her and then after spending some time together realized we had a thing that we could right we were thinking about writing it right for and ab. Your work struck me because it seemed like you were like a fully formed artists in this in this new medium of making stuff just featured you That's front facing camera stuff. And i i want to get into your background and a bunch of biographical stuff but can you just from the standpoint of an artist finding their voice. Could you talk a little bit about the process. You went through to find the way that you wanted to present that material and that character of eva in those videos. Yeah i. I'm really happy to be here but all answer. The question yeah. I did a lot of making videos on my own at home before people started watching. I was doing these intense and weird characters. I put on my instagram. And not very many people tuned in. But it was okay and i was learning and And i think at a time. When i felt pretty down about what was going on in my life and feeling like i wanted to be seen or heard that i had this way to actually make stuff without any money without anyone telling me without permission And i think the character evolves as i grew to learn more about what interested me like i think at the beginning. I was doing these silly characters. That are so fun to do. And then after a certain point i was like oh i actually have certain things i want to say and i It matters to me to make maybe find satire your versus just goofy and And then it was like oh. I'm going to do this thing about my anxiety because finally someone's giving me a platform in money to to do something and and i. My anxiety is a huge part of my life No yeah i think it evolves pretty it actually evolves pretty slowly or like it it had a journey of its own and now i actually like i can look back but i think year ago if you had asked me to look back. I couldn't because i was very much in. It's still but yeah it's been a journey. It's super fun. I'm very grateful. People watched i wonder like hundred part of the journey. Because it's two part of the journey. Go from when you were making videos that were just for basically you a couple of friends. It was a version very close to you. Then it kinda went further away and then there was this synthesis where it's the character. But you at the same time. Almost like bob dylan or some almost like now this. I'm not saying i'm not like where were you. Were being you then. Then there's the thing that happens. Oh people are watching now. I have to be funny. Smart or clever invited then. Eventually it comes back around to unified synthesized thanking. Is that part of it. Do you think. That's i think you saying that makes me feel. I guess it is. I haven't thought about it that way. But yeah i think i definitely found a groove and found joy at like the goofy and the sort of about what's going on right now. I was able to find a version of that. And then also i was actually able to make it closer closer to me by the end of me making videos whereas for a while it was there was like wigs and there was like accents and then there was a point when it was like oh eva. It's like a like me series and its closest to who i am but it start you know who i am completely but it is a version. That is true and heightened. Yeah that makes sense. I mean certainly like during the pandemic. I think we watch some things that were a fusing of the anxiety and then mirroring the anxiety we all felt but then i certainly saw some of the person i know. Yeah yeah i mean. I had a couple of breakdowns during the pandemic that i definitely think are visible in the videos. And that's cool. But i want to ask about that. The personal i want to ask about the and it's something of your generation particularly your generation and younger where and it seems like. It's a challenge because part of what you're being asked to do by your audience is be authentic like they wanna use that word. Which i think is a really hard word to define. They want you to be authentic but they also then there's this pressure artists to have a high level of craft and to keep pushing yourself forward and as you become famous to decide. Well which parts do. I really want to reveal of my authentic self. So how do you tease all of that out. When you're making the personal stuff man. I wish i had more of a sort of Handle on it. But i i have learned a lot about what i wanna share. What i don't wanna share i. I think there was a time when my videos were. I was posting a time in. There was a true like online situation and flow. Where i was like. It was so exciting. Because i could see like in the real world. I'd be like someone would be like. I love your videos. I big oh my god this is there's this is actually real like someone watches it and likes it and it makes them unhappy. That's truly all you can ask for is for someone to be like i've seen you. I like like you've made my life like the by day. A little bit better. That's like true especially in those dark. They like the dark trump. I mean it was really. It was really like moving to now was like this is so powerful for me to know that i can say something in. It's like heard in that. These people are like some people like it and our and feel moved by two or whatever move is a little bit strong but whatever. But i do think don't don't don't she'll mulan are moved. Thank you period. Yeah then there was a time when i was getting like. There was also a time. When i was like oh i actually can create boundaries that make the experience more healthy for me so that is not sharing anything about my romantic life online on stage and not sharing everything about my personal life. Things i've been through the details. That i shared certain things have been pretty vulnerable but also like i at one point was like with my family and we were hanging chris- christmas ornaments and i got a dm that was like. I'm looking through your window at your home in san francisco and i was like. Oh that sucks. And i hate that. My family is not like that was a point when i was like okay. Privacy matters to me and taking care of the people in my life matters to me. And that's i mean. I've been off line honestly for a bit now Because i've been working on other stuff. That is i think the next iteration of all of it but At that point. I was like oh boundaries are really healthy and important and i and i do and are certain amounts of this kind of attention that i don't like.

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"eva" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"eva" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"She's going to eat twelve servings of mac and cheese and i was giving you a dream world so no no i m facetime e. Well face i me and was like you knew. I was as i didn't know you're doing this because once you said you sent me a picture like three in the morning of me bald or something and said this is the same version of you but i thought you were doing that like by yourself. I didn't think this was like a public forum. No i with an audience. I i guess maybe i don't know i've i've talked about all the time on marble mondays i talk about. I don't go to mondays anymore. I used to every monday. But i talk about it on so many platforms and i think as just like how we were talking with eva. Hell like we all think we're always in the loop because we're always talking. We know things..

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"eva" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"eva" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

"No events. So what did what were you thinking? And how did you spell maneuver through? Mentally that because everything stopped, I'm sure your order stopped, you got canceled orders, didn't you? How scary was that? Yes, well, I thought, well, I can I couldn't do this but I can do other things off, you know, to learn more of business, more more of learn more of of how manage my business, right. Right. And that's the thing that we did in July, we actually sign up for a, you know, fashion business coach call Christine Doyle from Fashion a warrior. So we invest setting ourselves. It was a trying to exterminate our our path and we're we're going. Everybody was closing down. Like you said, no, special events, no special occasions. No need for to dress up, right? So we thought, well, this will be a great moment to slow down, see what we need to learn and where we need to go. And that was actually, we need to learn more off. About the fashion industry is not easy to get in and that was a chorus that we definitely seem that we needed it to in order to grow our business. And and that's something that typically trees our path. Now, we really want to, you know, our future endeavors is, you know, creating our manufacturing line and we want to also have a brake line that still being Handmade by by Eva. So that's something that we really want to expand and growth. We wish to, you know, hire more seamstresses, that like my mom a single mother-of-four, you know, needed help with, you know, getting getting money and and paying the bills. So it's something that is in the future and we hope we can get there but definitely did not depend emack will a lot happen. We actually took a lot of courses from, you know, still marketing because marketing, the fashion business is a little bit different, right? And also how to create your own line off. Altas Horas for materials and fabrics. There is a lot of Great Courses there and besides that, we actually got an opportunity to be at the New York Fashion Week during the pandemic. So that was another way to explore that Avenue of promoting ourselves even during the pandemic. That was another opportunity that we were in looking for. But it got to us. And that is just like we saved. And my mom said, every day is a new opportunities and he they, to be blessed. And we left everything in God's hands, and he has closed doors for us, but also, he has open doors. Like, you know, I went to the near Fashion Week. That's beautiful. That's beautiful. Well, Jennifer, thank you so much for being here today with your mom Eva. And I just want to say, really congratulations of really being truly inspired action takers. And realizing that you can decide you can plan, you can take action. And the cool thing about taking action is said, you can shift, you can pivot, you can adjust it down. And have to be perfect. You can take massive inspired action and it doesn't have to be perfect because you can always adjust, but you can create that momentum, and look what happens and you guys are result of that. So, thank you for being a today. Thank you. Yeah, thank you so much and you set it, right? I always said no path is perfect and you just learn from your mistakes, from whorls, from learning and from repeating, all that process. Again, it's just about taking that first step and believing in yourself that I, you know, I say to everybody. That's what my mom did and I hope it can work for others to inspire them to do the same for their dreams. Absolutely. Well, if you would like to find out more about these amazing gowns, you can go to Evil acoustic, and you can check them out there on Instagram Facebook, you can fax him, the there in the show notes we have a link for you there and I just want to thank you ladies for being here today. And I want to thank you, The Listener for taking time out of your busy and precious day to listen, we wage. So, so appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along with my very special guests to touch your heart. Move your soul and inspire you to live a life of inspired action. Remember wage. Take time out to breathe. Decide plan act. Don't let fear stop you. You got this? I'm Rob axis until next time, live, a life of inspire to action and enjoy your happily ever after. Thank you for listening to The Living. The law of action show with mr. Action Rob Actis. Please rate, review And subscribe..

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"eva" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"eva" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"It was a new york times bestseller three months which i never expected so it was You know it just a passionate part as project to me one hundred percent. It wasn't anything other than that. I think people were quite surprised. That hadn't done like a how to make up Coming off the youtube thing. But i was. I was really interested in the history of felt like that was more of a good fit. I spoke at a lutely beautiful. It's absolutely beautiful and Then you made the lipsticks after that. Which are i mean. this is crazy. This is like not even a decade. You've got lipstick jewelry. A new york times bestseller jillian subscribers on youtube. I mean it's it's a lot of beautiful things. And i don't know how you even took the time to talk to me so now i will get into what we are here for which is talking about eva green and you working together on dumbo which i just watched again last night with jason jackson. We saw it in the theater. It's absolutely or gis of course. And i know you've made a a beautiful video about behind the scenes Not behind the scenes. But you know how you assembled that. Look and so. I just had a couple more questions about the collaboration process. And let me see. I had i took. I felt like i was going to school. My son asked me if i was studying for a test. He said i'm talking to lease tomorrow. And she knows her stuff so out in the team with you. Was mona ferguson. And ola carol and elaine michelle yes okay i wanted to ask you how all of you worked. Together with colleen atwood and yelm and neva. That's a lot of creative minds in one place. And i wanted to break down sort of the process of like how you try things how who comes up with the first idea. How do you put it in place. Yes so So i suppose contacted by colleen overseas. She kate with tim and she contacted myself and alan and they wanted us to design the look so we wouldn't be going on the shoot every day but would be this makeup designers which means that you just devise. That looks really and the reason that she wanted myself. And alan or from from my point too is because they wanted to have a historical element but also to be quite high fashion and runway and maybe have a bit of fashion so they didn't wanna hire like a movie makeup artists. They wanted to get somebody that was more of a makeup historian slash slash fashion type person though that was it so it was really excited and initially a it was just coming up with the ideas in my mind. So hearing from colleen having caused with hub what year it was going to be set in the cost streams. We're going to be like a character was going to be Having a set of ideas. And then i did. Research got this amazing book which is actually at my house. Domino up going to bring in regards. Scrapbook from roughly the same period nine hundred nineteen..

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