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"earlene" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

06:43 min | 2 months ago

"earlene" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"Hey welcome back to breaking beauty podcast. It's september the leaves are getting a little crisper and are we having fun yet. Oh i think were definitely having fun. There's just so much going on and there's even so much going on today's episode earlene. We're gonna talk about some news first and then we actually have a very exciting interview with dermatologist. Today where we're talking all about. Sensitive skin versus sensitized skin But that comes with the cool air. We all know that before we get into all of that. I just wanna put a little request on our listeners radar and that is a little housekeeping job. If you don't mind we would love it. If you guys could find a minute or two to leave us a review on apple podcasts. Because you know we wouldn't podcasters if we didn't beg for review now and then so i feel like it's really important that we do that but honestly it really makes our days when we hear from you guys you can leave us five stars and reticent honest review about what you like or maybe what you'd like to see in future episodes and just wanted to take a minute to give that shadow because hadn't done so in a while. I asked if you guys were having fun yet. Because there's so much going on in september. There's so much excitement in the air. We've got fashion week at the time that we're recording this joe we just had the met. Gala and the vm as and. There's tiff in toronto. And like there's just so much going on and honestly i feel inspired like seeing the looks that are circulating and asked her grandma's just on fire. Right now yes. I'm laughing at la. La i feel like the whole summer. Always our pictures of grease people's new babies people's baby bumps like congrat- to everyone. But i kinda just over it like i it. Yeah the content. I wanna see and like we're finally starting to see like lot hayes even on people's instagram's because they can go to a coffee shop like i'm here for it but yes. I agree the hair and makeup artists. All these people that we follow on instagram. it's like their feeds are just popping off again and i can't get enough of it like i'm loving it. I feel so alive. -solutely we're not gonna talk too much about the met gala. Because i know that this episode is dropping like quite a bit later. I just have one thing to say. Though is megan fox morphing into deed. Avantis like i feel like she must have pictures of her on the inspiration. Where every time i hear i to do a double take what their faces a completely different. I think that whole like pinup style that she wore to the matt gala with the suicide bang and And the lips and her body is just really gotten sit. I personally was really inspired by all of the female athletes that were in attendance at the met gala and. I think that they're finally getting those moments to shine like. Simone biles was wearing a dress that weighed eighty pounds. Or something like that. And i feel like she probably does away much. More than that and yeah. We saw like naomi osaka and we saw a canadian. She's i'm like loving her right now. Leyla fernandez she was the runner up in the us open and she just have total blow up. Moment at the mcallen she was wearing this caroliina aurora dress. That was inspired by that. Iconic shot of venus and serena williams from decades ago now wearing that black and white dress in vogue. And i just feel like it's so amazing and meghan rappeneau with the purple hair. She's also shiseido ambassador now so just really great that we're seeing all of these different types of conic looks iconic women conic people serving up all of these beauty looks and you know it's just interesting to see all of these types of people go through the quote unquote hollywood machine and it actually reminded me of like a video that i was watching from tanks which of course is like tick talks big sister everybody loves chinks and she herself is kind of like morphing into a bit of a celebrity slash influence. Her like she got invited to every big party at new york fashion week. She's you know she's up the mikhail. She's like the one every brand wants to have on the front row rate l. and she's been reflecting a lot on she's like i'm fascinated when a real percent turns into a celebrity like that moment that it kind of changes transitions. Yeah yeah and so she was asking about the glam and how now. She's like addicted to glam. She hires hair and make up when she goes to a big shoot or she goes to vegas a weekend or new york and i just thought it was like such an astute observation. It's like i kinda saw it with these olympians and tennis stars. They got went through hollywood machine. And it's like damn like what. If i could go through that like. Wow we all looked so red carpet worthy like that. You know absolutely it takes a village. That's what we used to always say in the in the magazine days. Yep and a lot of spanks yeah or skims and speaking of new york fashion week. I know milan. Fashion week is starting today but have you been paying attention to any of the shows like new york london. I would just say thank you to all the front. Row editors who finally stopped filming the entire shows on their reels are other instagram stories. Like i just don't care like duct tape of content. I really don't care about. But i like seeing the behind the scenes i loved. Larry david he was front row at a show and he literally had ears plugged and was like covering his eyes wall. The models for may and i was like he's filming an episode of curb. Your enthusiasm like that does kind of mimic how. I feel sometimes watching when people would write like reams and reams of these models in these close with no contacts like. It just doesn't translate on instagram for me. Yeah but i do love that. All these hair makeup artists and people in the beauty have a chance to kind of flex their muscles again and show what they can do. And that i love. And that i am. Yeah erred by but do i care about what's going to be happening spring twenty twenty two. I can't say i do but yeah yeah. What do you think it's interesting because you were saying this to me. 'cause you know i've i mean i can't tell you. How many trend reports. I've produced that in the past that. Are you know times right after fashion week happens and looking forward to what will the trends be in the net. You know six months from now and you were saying. I just don't know how relevant that is anymore and i mean the fashion week calendar. Obviously this has been discussed so many times. But i they kind to have to do that for retailers because they need a certain amount of lead time before they can get it in stores and that's supposed to be the real reason for fashion week but when it comes to heroin makeup certainly..

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"earlene" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

05:57 min | 2 months ago

"earlene" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"earlene" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"earlene" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

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"earlene" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"earlene" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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"earlene" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"earlene" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like that before. From not that Listen, The Gong show's out. Miriam is you know she's Around made. She's like an older Yes, she's older. You are entering both entering the Gilf genre. I just, um God, I just don't think that that Miriam was allowed to watch the gun show like maybe I watched it, but it wasn't one of my favorite shows just like her parents actually were very We were very busy watching the Mandrell sisters. What? What High God, What did you just ask? The Mandrell sisters were also a staple in my house Who would know what is that man draw? There was Louise, Barbara and Earlene Man drowned. Love your blunder. Lean that lying to me right now. Now, now, man, you find like something you're gonna have to play that as Bob coming back something from Barbara Mandrell early. They live forever. My God, they have to look what are they? The mandolin sister. Oh, the Mandrell sisters, Rob Holy smokes the others Barbara. Now she's still smoking, And she's the older she's older. And then there's Louise and Earlene. Look, please. And Earlene Mandrell. Oh, yeah. No, no, I'm looking at the I guess you have, like all was the hot. The younger blowing early. Any Earlene Mandrell is is the youngest. That's the smoke is a smoker. They're all smoke shows. Oh, God. They Yeah, they remain pretty smoke. Of course they're snap. They remain Smokey right? What? So it was like a variety show your country singers, but they're also a variety show and early Being played Super dumb like she was the chrissy of of the man. You get right up my alley, And it was like the wise all knowing one and then I don't even know Louise was. What was her care? I mean, shouldn't have Louise Louise was just so she's probably like the Jaclyn Smith of Charlie's Angels. Flirty. She was like the one that Yeah, boy, Crazy Burnett. She was the token Burnett yet, you know? I watched that obsessively. Yeah, it was a great show boy never knew he used to sing and everything just the way he used to sing and dance for Lena's. We really still very smoking all adorable. It means we're going to find some sort of song We're having the next is the denim. You're going to have to play some Mandrell sisters. We're going to find something. She 60 Earlene is 64. Yeah, And she looks amazing looking absolutely incredible. Three husbands like none of what she is currently married to flower market. Yeah, she said she got running hit robbed like she's available. Her first name is actually Ellen. Really? Alan Earlene. Yeah, but she goes by early and kind. Like you go by your middle name. Yeah, that's right when their song about her, Come on, Earlene. Now that's that's different. Eileen. It's 80 song to new news on the Hunter Biden scan. From the daily Mail you again? Oh, man who describes himself as a former business partner of Hunter. Biden says he heard him and his father, Joe Biden discusses dealings with the mysterious Chinese energy firm in 2017 and the former vice president was due to receive a share of the profits. Cause I mean, talk about Is anybody talking? Not me? No. No media outlets Gonna pick this up because you know who cares? Who cares? Tony Bobinsky is this guy's name of his name, said quote. I've seen vice President Biden, saying he never talked to Hunter about his business. He then goes on to say, quote. I've seen first hand that that's not true because it wasn't just hunters business. They said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line. Unbelievable. No one knowing this would be at the top of every news, Everybody, everybody, This is a trump. Everybody would be talking. He's now Tony was talking about this this morning about whether Trump should bring this up tonight or stay focused on the economy. I think you got to make everybody own. Exactly who? Joe Biden is. Nice old grandpa. Totally corrupt. Make him own it. Yeah, yeah. He is corrupt. This whole families. Correct Democrats are corrupt. And they're socialists and they and they want Hyde. Listen, he's going to have a 60% tax rate. Nobody's talking about that. They're not going to talk about the economy there not to talk about foreign policy. They're not going to talk about the fact that they're doing this all this hunter Biden stuff. They're not going to talk about that tonight. None of it because the lady is going to be moderating. The debate basically had Christmas dinner with the Obama's in 2012. You know who's not corrupt. Him. The mandolin sisters, Mandrell. I love them, so I know we have to play something from them coming in with that air speed? Yes. Who came over to my house yesterday? Was it me? Wouldn't you remember if it was you, Bernie? Not if I got distracted by your horse? Sure. I wasn't wearing whore shorts, and it wasn't you. It was one of those awesome dudes from fast track. I got my eye wave air purifier installed yesterday and I already feel like I'm healthier because I know that the I wave purifier is cleaning the air.

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"earlene" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"earlene" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Michael boat it is. Oh, my God, This is this is really this is not a spoon for the first time. I'm hearing it now wanting to try. This is terrible. This is actually a music video that's on their website when Semak Love's broccoli cheddar. Okay anyway, all right, so that's a great combo, and it's a good way to get some veggies in with Your Majesty's Get some broccoli in there. All right. Let's see what Starbucks is up to. They are officially ditching plastic straws. I thought they did this last year. Michael Bolton must be like what happened. I used to be like a private American verceles, but only air on YouTube. What was your question done? My question was that in the announcement from Starbucks that they are going to use plastic straws? I thought they did this Like well, they announced that they were going to end plastic straws by, I think, 2021, but they, but it wasn't known what they were going to do as a replacement. But what they are doing which I love and I've actually been requesting this for at least 2.5 years. Now they have those plastic sippy cup lids and instead of a straw, I just asked for one of those lids, and it's makes it really easy to drink a cold drink that has ice in it. So that's what they're actually that's going to be the new go to unless you have a disability and you need to request a straw. Then you can, but they're not going Tio just automatically give a straw anymore. Well, they should be there. This should be universal. As we say. Sometimes there oughta be a law the the usage of plastic this way. When I go to a restaurant, I don't go to restaurants. Now. There's not money. Then you go. But tell me brings you automatically strong with a glass of water. I give it back to him. I said this plastic. I don't want to use that. Unfortunately, it's too late at that point, but, you know, yeah, it is because it's in people's minds that nobody is thinking about this. Starbucks claims that the new lid which they're going to use, which is Polly Probe Earlene. It's It is a plastic, but you gonna recycle? This was my laughter. Hot beverage lid that are that have is used just suggested lids and straws. Combined. We're just how about it? Justin Opening? What do you need us? Why do you need a straw for anything? Well, some people with disabilities can only drink from a straw. So that is separate. But for people who don't have a disability, Yeah, there's I mean, I have glass straws, so and I have you. No one's made from seaweed that if I'm in the car, and I stopped through a drive through or whatever, I'll just use that I don't take the plastic ones. But I know one because I cannot hang with the paper straws. They're so disgusting paper ones or gross. I like the seaweed ones. Those are by far the best because they almost feel like plastic and they, but then they just disappear after I don't know after it, but now they're not. They're well. They're not really edible, but they started out apparently being edible. I feel like Doug's hung here. We know that he just eats everything that he shouldn't be eating. Hide coming up in a moment. What's new from China? You're gonna love this one. Scientists have been examining data that suggests there could be life on Venus, Boys and girls. Now NASA is considering an expedition to Venus. And we talk about that In our clip of the day today, sort of a mini podcast. You can listen to that. At D. J V show dot com and all the previous clips of the day just to kind of get a flavour as to the silly and the serious stuff that goes down and then you.

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"earlene" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"earlene" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"If you can affect my initiative. You can affect anybody's And my dad used to say, as you well know. You try and get something for nothing. Almost always end up getting nothing for something. Triple 8971 s a G E. Triple 89717243 is thie number Earlene is in Minnesota early and always nice to hear from you. Hi, Larry. I think I deserve. I think I deserve a Ph. D from you and Dr Thomas Soul. It's in the mail. Okay. I love you. Thank you were interviewing him. I have two things on the, um Jason Whitlock, the up sport. Editor or journalists. He does. He does something on his video YouTube video about the lives of the innocent black kid is killed, right? I saw that. Did you see that? I did, And he's an interesting guy Early not to interrupt you because he used to work for one of the major sports. Ah, networks, and he doesn't anymore. In my opinion. The relationship was must have been a difficult one because of his position, he said. A lot of stuff that I said, and you can't say that stuff now. And he did a video as you pointed out early, where he chastise people like LeBron James for not knowing what they were talking about. And he's not saying that they don't have a right to speak, but make sure you know what you're talking about, and of LeBron James said. The guy finished high school has no clue about the reports The stats of the studies done on police practices. He has no idea what he's talking about, and he stands up and goes. Oh, why does this keep happening? And by the way, Earlene how many times has Larry only got the phone call from somebody who says Mary, You don't speak for black people. And I always say no, I speak for Larry Elder. But you have LeBron James. We are afraid you have Doc Rivers, The black people in America. We are a faith. These guys are speaking for black people. They say we they say us. Nobody says squat. Older just makes an opinion. Somebody calls him Elder, You know, speak for black people. What you do for all of us owe, So I want to point I want to 0.0.1 more thing out. Larry, there's Facebook. This guy. His name is Patrick D. Hampton. He actually wrote a letter to LeBron James. And you can find it on his Facebook page, and he starts out by and now just say, Israel quick. He starts out by saying, Dear LeBron James, You don't speak for me and my boys and he's a young black dad. Check him out. I will thank you so much for that. But again, I want to make the point again. You look at LeBron James what he said. I look at what Doc Rivers said. And they both said Black people feel x Y and Z. We feel X Y and Z. This is happening to us. I've been doing radio for almost 30 years. Inevitably somebody calls up, Larry, you don't speak for black people. When did Larry say speak for black people? Very slick for Larry. But LeBron James, we are afraid to leave her house after the shooting of Armand Armory. Doc Rivers. Why do we keep living American America doesn't love us back. Are you speaking for Doc? Who elected you? How many states did you carry? What is this? Peter Schweizer up next Latest book profiles and corruption, abuse of power by America's Progressive elite. He's the president of the.

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"earlene" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"earlene" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Back W I really find Realty show. We gotta squeeze in Paulie's picks. But first we'll squeeze in a caller. Marlene's been hanging on from Waukesha don't have much time, Earlene, but fire away. We've got Ah, in ground pool debate cares. We're probably thinking of maybe next year when everything's more in bloom and stuff, But anyway, we've got a patio and, um, it was pretty old, but it's Was one great big slab, and it's cracking all in force, and it has for quite a while, but there's like hairline cracks. Now it looks like there's 123456 Square. That's something that should be. I don't I don't think that's it unless it's affecting the house, Percy like things, they're sinking in its its pitching water towards the house or anything like that. But if it's just what if their hairline cracks, you know when the sidewalks when you see the little lip and will trip over On the other hand, you'll move some of that up. But if it's They're they're kind of flat. I mean, there's no tripping things. I wouldn't worry about that. I don't think that sounds like anything. I mean, when we could come on, take a look at that issue with the houses and seeing things. I mean, sometimes it makes some sense. But from what you're describing. I don't think it all I would. I would worry about that. It's not deep. It's not why, for instance, in my garden should have got one that it's a relatively wide, you know, problematic, and it's even pitched a certain way. Craig, I might think of getting that fixed Warwick seller house towards the house so that the water runs to the foundation. That would be the bad thing that you'd want to take care of mark. Otherwise, it just cosmetic cracks essentially feel things like that. Marlene. It doesn't hurt to have an agent come out. There's no charge for this correct. And if you're even if you're not thinking about selling right now, but maybe a few years down the road well, Don't mind that at all. I mean, it's establishing that relationship, and we enjoy that, so they wouldn't have somebody come out earlier this year, but that was when they were not touching anything. Not opening any class man. Give us a price. But you know, I thought well. You know, nothing was really looked right in the last hour We had Ah Quan Akane, Those landscapers hearts capers in that case, water escaping. It's called. They're back. They're working full force. Their backup damask thing is running its course. Real quick Here. Everybody wants to get back to getting a little old. It is so much early. We'll give that phone number Once again. It redefined Realty to 6 to 73 to 5800. Or if you don't remember that. Just remember redefined realty dot com. Bob. We've got two homes feature right. Polly's picks. We've got a property in Milwaukee on Prospect Avenue kind of the Upper East Side priced at 4099. It is a six bedroom 2.5 bath over 2700 Square feet total, and it's quite a place carry Reuter from our office has listed this property. So you're gonna want to give Carrie a call on that one. And then we're going to move to the town off Norway. 3 49 9 single family home, four bedrooms, two bathrooms. We've got about 1858 square feet on the main level, and then another. 400 change finished in lower level, so pretty nice property of 3 49 9, and that is listed by Ashley Masters. So give actually a call. If you're interested in something really nice in Norway, the agents Linc, Ifyou're looking so hot, I reach out to these agents. Real simple. Go to redefine realty dot com You'll see at the top Several pull down menus. One of them, says agents. The other one, says North Woods, Bob, and that's your Medford location. That's the Medford office. So anybody that has anything to sell or even wants to buy something up north? Get in touch with our Northwoods office. We'll set you up. We've got some great agents up there. And anybody in the whole state. If you're ready for a free market analysis right on the home page that redefined realty dot com, you can click on the free virtual CMA button. That's the comparable market analysis. It'll take you maybe two minutes to fill out the form and we'll have an agent contact you You can choose an agent, if you want. It's all the drop down down menus in the forum, so I can't wait to talk with you really find realty dot com. Hope you're enjoying a great start to this Labor Day weekend. I forgot to mention the weather throughout. This was good this show no. So here's like A direct email from Eric Mangus at Fox Sex. Paul, he said, Enjoy. Today's beautiful.

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"earlene" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"earlene" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You have tio besets. So there I was, Ah, Couple of things to watch something debut ING Sunday night on HBO. It's the Docuseries the vow This is about the Nexium cult. Remember with the brand key three near and then Oxenberg. It was really I This cult the branding for sex slaves. I mean, I'll be fascinating. Anything eyes. Oh, yeah, That's why I'm picking it because it's going to pay out on Sunday night. So this debuts 8 p.m. on Sunday so you could make it a double feature. You could watch the vow and then you could watch love of craft country. Yes, that is so good. And that's that would be another pick so you could check with the pilot of Lovecraft country on HBO. That is amazing as well. And something that I watched maybe about a month. Onthe ago, and I don't know if it's for everybody. It probably is not for everybody, but I'm going to recommend it Anyways. It's a standup special featuring comeere comedian Eric Andre on Netflix. It's called legalize Everything. It's hilarious. I will tell you it's Netflix describes it as absurd bronchi and goofy. I see that's good, so absurd, Raunchy and goofy, Eric Andre He's a fabulous comedian. He did the thing about a decade ago, the Eric Andre Show he had his own quote unquote talk show that he did. So the standard Special's been out for a couple of months. But if you were into those things that is a funny comedic premise, if they did legalize everything, of all the things Yeah. And if you got a ranch in mind, you could really Yeah, funny. Go forth and be amused. Okay, let's see. I got a few little mix of things, all right? Music, You know, it's kind of a slow scene, but Mixed. Earlene is performing tonight. Tomorrow night at the Chanhassen in the big side, where the throes usually are the and they're just throwing it at a limited capacity. And also he's performing saying tomorrow night And is it the mixed Erling ban? Yeah. Okay, Easterly. So God is so so so much to try to save me using the Burnsville session of these sessions are starting next week, so he's playing there. Friday and Saturday night. The Peterson family and there are still some tickets of airplane crooners, and that's the car parking lot fairies, and there were some tickets left for that the family was provide marinated crooners. And then on Sunday night back at the Chan, Debbie Duncan, Ginger Commodore, When Matthews those ladies are continually entered, dealt out Amazing, and that's at the Chanhassen. Dinner theater on you know, the restaurant side in everything nice and then also, you know, The patios that air open like Palmer's bar, the patio. I know Tony added to that patio that isn't it's It feels great to be outside at a patio with other people and not gonna lie that you're just drinking or having a bite to eat her dinner. I mean, it just really makes you feel good. I would agree, and rather Mac, and there's some patios would lie. There's someone like me. Can you gotta have your mass? Because if you have to go inside to use the restroom or whatever. I mean, you just said you can't go anywhere without a master in Woodberry at Carmine's, Yeah, they have live music on Friday and Saturday dates to outdoor. Yeah, and I know things were happening in still waters, So I think it's just You know, like, if you if it's in your comfort zone to do that, I think you really be surprised it like how good it feels that something it really does to be around other people. Yeah, we're so far apart is hearing. You know, people were getting two people want to get a little bit. Yeah, you might actually make an effort, you know, put on hard pants or her priorities. Work your eye game, right? Man. I noticed when you don't put on my makeup and you're wearing a mask. It's like Hello. Oh, dead face. Yeah. I mean, it's scary because I was walking around here early without going to get good with false eyelashes. Morey. We've got those things from Channel you'd never gave me mine. I had them all along. I want you to have them. I just got him out of it. But I just say to myself was she's single. And I never was. I mean, and I'm not mingling. Why not doing? I demand that you Mingo no surmising. Yeah, That's my give you some pickup lines for the weekend. Give me a couple Let me film you because this re night Now this feels somewhat nor okay. Hold on. Wait. Here's a pick up line. We're not going to be able to use any more. Julia just this year and ever due to current situation, I how about if I did my wild wing in your hot sauce? You know, or say something about French fry sharing or can I have a sip of your drink? My French fry stick and your syrup? Yes, exactly. Where? Not gonna, you know? We're not going to be able Tio See that or you know you can. And another day I I spilled some skittles in my underwear Can you fetch Oh, and that is something old. Laurie's used have appointment isn't skin out of the pair. He has used that line that finally comes out 18 years on the air, and we finally learned already both.

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First federal execution in 17 years scheduled for Monday

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

First federal execution in 17 years scheduled for Monday

"Federal execution in 17 years. Among Daniel Lewis Lee's victims was an eight year old girl. He had been scheduled to be executed today. But an injunction on behalf of the victim's family briefly paused the process. Earlene Peterson lost her daughter, Nancy Miller and her granddaughter, Sarah Powell. The family asked the court to postpone the execution because they wanted to attend. But they said traveling across the country during the pandemic would put them at risk of contracting the Corona virus. Late Sunday, a court lifted the stay. We'll rake on

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"earlene" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

The Streaming Wars

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"earlene" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

"This time around. We're going to be discussing. What licensing rights mean four streaming services specifically? How do they work what? What makes them unique? What makes them work for the different production companies that are producing the content? And what makes a company want to keep their. You're content for themselves rather than licensing out somewhere else so this is all stemmed from an article that I actually stumbled across a little while ago. This is actually from from all the way back in. May but I some across it as I was reading some other articles. kind of like a daisy chain leading up to earlene back. I should say to this article and basically the gist of it is that there was some reports back in. May that there were certain movies that were going to be on Disney plus around the the time of launch but could not that would not end up on Disney plus in by two thousand twenty six and I was very curious as to how this was true. Why would anybody frame a deal with a company to say you can't have our content after this year but will bring it back after X. Year and didn't really understand the the basis behind it's kind of led down the rabbit hole of trying to figure out how that works out how that all make sense in kind of understanding the basis of how these licensing rights that we hear so much about the half a billion dollar licensing rights for Friends Seinfeld the office how these work and how it makes sense and what that makes the production companies keep or sell off the rights to these these these us these very popular series so obviously I'm Dustin? Tony is with me and we're going to discuss discuss this kind of stuff and kind of a quick topic discussion so I want to talk about some of the current license deals because I think a lot of people are confused by how some of these licensed deals actually actually work specifically the way it works. Is that there. There's a lot of shows that are on a variety of different services. In some cases the shows were licensed to a service prior to them or you know after that they already completed the the best example is friends and the office which are very very popular series series. They were actually licensed to Netflix. Friends was licensed by Warner Brothers to net flicks for roughly one hundred million dollars a year. They it was a five year deal. The deal ran out in two thousand. Nineteen netflix actually actually ran out in twenty eighteen. Folks actually renewed a one year deal through the end of two thousand nineteen for an additional one hundred million dollars the office very similar but this won't came from NBC Universal Day. Licensed it through two thousand twenty one to Netflix as well for around about the same amount of money money entre million dollars a year the question of course becomes. Why would? Why would a service like Netflix? Want these sharks and part of the reason is because a lot of these shows do very well in rewatch ability. People will watch these series multiple times but it will also bring people in who are unfamiliar with a lot of the original content. They've we've heard the about the office. The office established show. They're gonNA come check out the office because they know it's on Netflix. However at the same time Netflix has to pay a lot of money? Because because the other part of this is that when you look at list of the most the ten most popular stevie shows they're actually watched on Netflix and I don't know if this is entirely up to date but this is a the top ten list I've seen within the last couple months. Eight of the ten series that are actually. The most popular series on Netflix. At any given time are are a lot of the a lot of the other. The older content like France or the office. Those are very very heavily watched by by customer customers of the services. Because there there there's a lot of episodes in general both series have multiple seasons. We're talking upwards of eight nine ten seasons each season in has twenty plus episodes. So there's a whole lot of episodes and you just don't see shows produced that much content. Nowadays even new shows that are being created on broadcast television one that's pretty popular right now. A superstar over on NBC that they've only they're only on season three and they haven't produced twenty episodes every single season season. They've been on the air shows in general just aren't producing the amount and part of that is because it can be very costly and it also is detrimental to the actual overall storyline if there is an overall storyline if you have too many episodes and your just basically writing episodes filling And we've seen that happen and that's one of the reasons. Why a lot of series in general I'll have had less and less episodes over over time because they can tell a precise and concise storyline without getting muddled by too many other things? It's one of the reasons why a lot of the Marble TV shows on Netflix. Actually have been claimed to not have worked because there's just too many episodes and are trying to just just feeling the amount of time that they need to in order to make thirteen episodes per season. Anyway part of it is that these older shows there. They get licensed but they're only for a certain amount of time however then there's the other side of it. which is the very popular shows on television currently right now so these would be grey's anatomy air over shows on the? CW supernatural the walking dead. These are shows that are currently airing as we speak and Netflix. and seeing that they're extremely popular on the broadcast channels and the cable channels. That they're actually airing on. Netflix will then go to the production company and say we will pay X.. Amount of money for these shows. That is an interesting in situation because the deal for those is because you don't have a finite ending of when they will actually end. The most of those deals are worked out in sense where they say we're we're GonNa pay you X.. Amount of money per episode and the deal is good for the entire length of the series plus three additional years after the series completes in some cases this series it will take six years before the deals complete which means if you're currently watching a show like supernatural and the show is actually going to be ending being this this season it ends. It will still be on Netflix for three years. At least before it can go onto another service because that is the deals that are in place this is also brings up some other reasons why we've seen a variety of different things such as shows that are tied into other shows does that exist specifically. I'm looking at the walking dead. Walking dead has a deal that the shows on Netflix. But then when you look at fear the walking dead and now they've got this third show that they've coming that's tied into the same universe and the third show specifically was told at the time. It's not going to be on Netflix. We're not making the same deal that we did with the other two. We are are not going to put the show on Netflix. Instead it's going to be on her own service and the reason being is because those shows themselves can draw in people by themselves because they haven't established audience so they're good for the existing streaming services. They're good for streaming services are coming because it will make people more interested in purchasing that specific service just like they do for the existing services. But it's one of the reasons grey's anatomy. I believe there was a spinoff tied into I believe is focusing on firemen. I don't know that that one specifically was if there was any sort of deal in place for that one but I imagine the exclusive rights. Go to Hulu. Because it's just it's part of Disney and the the the new look it's the most the current the most current air over show which is woman and they announced that one is also not going to be on net afflicts it will be on. Hbo Max when it ends. Its when after the season complete will end up on. Hbo Max Rather than on Netflix. And it's because these new streaming services have realized it's beneficial more beneficial for them to have some of these series for themselves however. There's a lot of money that comes into play with these. Because is there so much money that is that is at play. You've got to start thinking about whether or not it's beneficial as the production company to keep it for yourself for your own streaming service or is it worth it to license it out somewhere else so before I get into that Sir. You have any questions because I know you're kind of like the voice of me asking. Do you have any questions questions. On basically the current licensing deals and why it's so important for them to exist for not only the existing human services but these new ones that are coming to know. I mean I have questions probably doesn't help that you know I'm really into stuff all the time I do like how talking about this. And that you're explaining the indepth of all these new licensing deals because from the outside observer like it it kind of looks a little bit crazy and it's important to know why these companies are going after This type of content I did. I mean I mean. I know some people where they just. They unsubscribe from Netflix. Just because like friends office relieving like these shows do attract tried people to their streaming services. And so you know they.

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"earlene" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"earlene" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In the third hour. I got finished on Diane. I didn't get it in squeezed in the first segment here. Tell you Diane Douglas Topics. It's GONNA be medical freedom in the land of the free parental choice as parents involved in education etc now she was Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction. That is an elected position statewide. That's in charge of the schools and such and it was I you know I did a little research yesterday. I've kind of vaguely. I don't pay attention to these guys that much and just when I get a good opportunity to to have some fun but she is. I get the impression she is a kind of a foundational constitutional a right wing wing you know save the children thing and had a Christian support a lot because there was a controversy about whether whether she they're gonNA teach evolution or something they had something to do with it. She immediately had a recall put again and she won in her primary. She beat the Democrat crap pretty well nearby. I don't know enough points five ten points or something but just squeak by in the primary now when the next election action as she had there were five at least five candidates in their one guy fourteen percent and the rest of them got between twenty money in twenty two so I think the winner was something like twenty one point eight two and she was in third place twenty one point five or something I mean it was like a three way way tie there so they you know just made sure yeah you are close closed. It was really close anyway okay so she loses in the primary and she wasn't superintendent of Public Instruction Anymore. The controversy around day them those wanted her really bad be gone so I need to find out why now go I could see the mechanism here the games that play just by looking at history on the elections and some of the controversy and how they word the wikipedia well she was controversial got and it's the same phrases praises on all these different reports you go back and historical of this and somebody said data that and the Pala Pedia or whatever the hell it is show when you go and you see you go choose targeted and promoted by whom which ones who was what so this for her coming out and doing the vaccine education summit and talking about you know medical freedom and you know children in the school system and so on. I don't care what she says. It's going to be interesting and we're going to talk to her and the third hour now. Ask Oh the interesting questions. What was your first memory at three? I mean we're going to and because it's third hour we can go long if she's he's available and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA education now. We don't want to give away too much because she's speaking at the summit the summit going well looks like we got everything kind of December. I gotta go pick up some more remarketing banners and different things today and Irene earlene Donna and I had meetings the zoom last night and yacking it up and I think it's there's a lot more pieces than a Lotta. People realize I haven't really done this kind of thing before anchor anchor starting but this whole thing has been also a training thing for them because they're not gonNa want to be associated with Ernie any longer than half too because I know what's going to happen. They're wanting to deal with legislation and do and play the game and and so much so when we do our stuff they don't want to have to be making excuses for part of understand and calm because I don't deal in the now ideal in the future everything that I do as a cumulative live and a lot of these guys in politics. They don't think that way she it's just like it's like a long term thinking. CEO's of visionary they got twenty years down the road of what they want to accomplish and they'll plow through and this is what we got to get to and you're just distraction a government permit or whatever the hell and they'll just go longworth burden. You know it's a long term thing then. You've got the guys that are this quarter this quarter this quarter this quarter this quarter my bonus in this quarter so when you had that kind of thinking you never really achieve any long-term goals. You're just jumping around based on whatever stimulus you'd get to get you to do. Whatever you want and then comes crashing down? You're gone to the next one kind of thing well. I got like grandkids man. This has got to be a long this. You know long term game plan for them. Kim has been for thirty years. Our kids grew up with the mantra. We're raising you to be oh you parents to our grandchildren so we don't have to be that was the point you are responsible for putting food on your family you you are responsible putting a roof over there. You are responsible thing you you you. We take care of you so you can take care of them. So this is then then we get to be grandparents and wanted to be a parent grandma. I love you know when my kids go dad you know our children and it dip dip dip dip dip. You're absolutely correct. I have no opinion so when it comes down Astra Mom and Dad ask your mom and Dad. You don't want to get into this thing well. Papa said I do not know. Papa says you know mom and dad says number one. You have some influence in opinion you get that whatever but that's where the conflict we don't have this conflict about who's in charge parents be in charge but they got to be responsible so my children are responsible. They get to play apparent. Play grandparent all good so this is kind of what I'm hoping that society and it starts to realize is when you gonNA grow up and be a mom and dad we wouldn't be an adult not a child about that so it throughout history you got the philosophers of Ancient Greece going on about how the next generation is doomed because they suck and they you don't whatever because it's a generational thing. That's what they keep talking about this for turning. There's a book called the fourth turning. I read it well really auto auto bold kind of the same thing so drive around somewhere. Everybody's been recommending the sang and we're into that and it goes in like eighty year cycles take every twenty years. You'll have you know they'll do this. In the next twenty years it's kind of this and then you get to the fourth turning and at four turning brings you back the beginning so it's Kinda a revolution thing you know it's always comes around and with what intensity how large an area over what primary issues and it's always the same issue it's associate path that have consolidated power over for everybody else and because they let them and then there's this breaking free of this is N. Over time you have more and more minds and thoughts and and distilling of concepts and ideas that are consolidate to general public opinion and then it becomes power the American revolution you're talking. I mean I think all all the people maybe fifteen sixteen percent even had an opinion either way you know but it was a few percent of those that actually actively were involved in and revolution and what people do it on the side and let me know what flag I gotTa Salute. You know when you guys get done. Let me know it. Oh but there's this tireless few this in this this this this intense minority does well which is what they're trying to replicate where the Progressive Movement S J W via death in the salon. How long laughing is that? What are they up against so you've signed the Shire Society Declaration and are planning your your move to New Hampshire to be around more liberty oriented people next sign up for the Shire Society Forum at Forum Dot Shire Society Dot Com? There are a bunch of people there who are already already in the Shire and they want to meet you. If you're already in the Shire physically you should also come by the forums remember. Not everyone uses facebook. New People are signing up for the Shire our society forum every month so drop in and say Hello at Forum Dot Shire Society Dot Com some of you asked and now we've delivered L. R. N. Dot. FM's live the key New Hampshire studio shows are now streamed.

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"earlene" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:55 min | 3 years ago

"earlene" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"There in Richmond. We know he's bad. And apparently, it does matter whether you're black or white. So what's going to happen here? I got I got three more. But yeah, tasers says enough with that tasted clayborn. Just like MRs Northam says this would not be the appropriate setting to continue with the really bad Michael Jackson, puns. Thank you. I was about to me. I do know how to moonwalk by the way. I never won a contest though, that would require me. I know better. All right. What happens to your governor? Ralph north them. How about Earlene is it her lean in Virginia or Eileen? Irene. It could be ten different things. Here the way it was Irene, how are you? Hi, how are you? Larry. Governor. Are you proud? You know what? After the press conference on Saturday and more. That's come out today. I think he should just stay in office keeps going to be the gift that keeps on giving honest to God. You know, he keeps correcting himself and making excuses. I mean, it's just he's doing the moonwalk. Alright moonwalking back and forth as far as you know, legislation the abortion last week. I thought he should be gone. But after this. Oh, no, no, no, no. No, no. Let's just keep it going. Yeah. Because it shows here and the rest of his party what they are about what hypocrites they are. Yeah. Well, it it really is. And and Irene it's a great point. Although here's the thing. I mean, I'm torn because as a Republican and as a radio host, by the way, you're right. He's a gift to keeps on giving for a radio host, certainly. But as a Republican it really is better electorally, the elections coming up this November every democrat is going to have to wear him around their neck. But I want Virginia to have, you know, sound reasonable governance to. I mean, this is a crazy clown show. I I agree with you. But I don't think the Lieutenant governor is the way to go now. Yeah, you're right. I agree. He has his own issues set aside, you know, this business with, you know, sexual assault, or, you know, but you know, he he had been employed by Planned Parenthood. Yeah. No. I know. Supported his candidacy. He is. He is trading. One for another is further to the left on abortion than Dr north on who just spoke glowingly in clinically about the legalization ever procedure that can only be described as infanticide. You're right, Iran. Iraq. Do you think he should stay though? I mean, really what's the offense. It's not like, he's a smooth criminal here or anything. Right. I mean, he should just take a day. Stop have a look at the man in the mirror. And determine whether he should go on. I mean, that's the way I feel we'll technically it's the way you make me feel. Rachel in berry Ville, Rachel you're on what happens to governor north of Rachel. So I have actually been calling. I live in barium Virginia. And I have actually been calling his office every single day asking for his resignation after the atrocious comment about, you know, carrying babies even possibility after they've been warning. Oh, thank you for. You know, saying you're going to keep them comfortable, it real nice of you. So I had that feeling but I even started pitching to call for his resignation. I think he needs to go the the black face picture because he think we're stupid. Right on the page and his name, right and bold at the top. Now, he doesn't believe he's in that picture, Rachel. He he could be he just he just doesn't believe it. One of them. And I believe it's a black state. He's already admitted to doing the four and it says come in. I mean, how stupid does he thinks are gotta go. Rachel. Thank you. And I think the answer is he thinks we're pretty stupid. You're right, by the way. Thank you for your vitamin. I forgot all about the Coon man angle of this. Oh, yes. Once in a while. I would do the moonwalk and put the shoe polish on my face. I'm not I don't believe I'm in that picture though. And then well at VM, I they had a nickname for me. There were two individuals as best I can relax at VM. I they were a year ahead of me that called me Coon, man, I don't know their motives are intent I know who they are. But that was the extent of that. And it ended up in the yearbook, and I regret that he he regrets that. Regret something Leo in shed Tilly. Leo, you're on wwl mail. Do you think this picture is the end of it for the governor? No, not at all. Yeah. It's you know, we all do stupid things. Larry. I mean, come on. Thank about it who out there listening. That's over the age of thirty or forty has not done some stupid, the day's gone and said, oops, maybe I shouldn't have done that. You know, we become so politically incorrect they were hypersensitive to everything. And you know, what I I don't fault him for that. You know, he came out. He owned up to it first thing, then he changed his story. That's what I wanna see his resignation because he's trustworthy. Yeah, period. Yeah. Leo, listen, I'm sensitive to and and I appreciate the idea that we shouldn't be held responsible for the things we did thirty five years ago. The problem is I'm not willing to unilaterally disarm. I mean, they they don't they don't follow that that beautiful pure notion when it comes to a Republican politician. Do you have any any doubt in your mind that if he were a Republican, this would be all even a bigger story than it already is? Oh, absolutely. But here's the thing. Excuse the pun, no pun intended. They'd be lynched. I mean, come on. You know, it's it's sad state of affairs, the moral compass of this country is gone so far south, you know, we've talked about this before Larry the moral compass to this country and all of this boils down to it. And I talked to you about a week ago. And I talked about the three ten in sits that's going to drive this country down, and we will fall and never come back in the third. Ten was human sacrifice in he's pending a deal saying, oh, we'll just keep the baby comfortable till the. That's that's why Elliot thank you for the call. And I appreciate it. And I share your sympathies on a lot of those things. I this is not the man who ran for governor and got all of those moderate votes in the Commonwealth of Virginia. When he you know was outraged that Ed Gillespie would suggest that he would do anything that would hurt a child with regard to late term abortion. And then he's up there docking about an endorsing and totally in favour lifting restrictions on a killing a child after it's already been born whose representing the baby who's the attorney representing the baby in that room. What about the doctor for the baby in that room? But it doesn't matter. Leo, you're right. That that really again is the the biggest thing, but see when it comes to the Democrats, and the very very, and when I say, the Democrats, I'm talking about the elected officials. But you know, you Democrats who who get upset when I say Democrats, but you keep voting for people like this at some point you need to take ownership for that. You're part of the problem too. But the. The democrat elected officials who get millions of dollars from Planned Parenthood and from narrow and these groups that are openly endorsing and moving for legalized infanticide. When it comes to all of that money. They can't stop until they get enough. And they just can't get enough. You bet through another one in their Dave Arlington. Dave, you're on WFAN. What happens to your governor? Dave. Deadman Lulu walking. Yeah. You think it's over either. He's a dead, man. Moonwalking? Exactly press conference. He had couldn't have gone worse unless he pulled out a knife and stabbed his wife in front of the breath. Wow. But Davies still there. Not for long. He's still there. That's the remarkable thing. All right. So Dave says he's dead. Okay. How about Bill in Frederick Bill? Your next up. What happens to the governor? Yes. Well, it's really not a question of should he resigned as question of Willie reside? Yes. And all I can think of is Democrats get away with more stuff than anyone else. Famous Senator from West Virginia who was a active member KKK, but he's still revered by Democratic Party show. You know, some things never change. Right. You know, it's a great point Bill. I mean here from north press conference. Here's something that he said that Robert Byrd could have never said there is no way that I have ever been in the KKK uniform. I am not the person in that uniform. And I'm not the person to the right? See? But it could be Robert Byrd for all. We now see that that that that that quote right there from north is something that the former majority leader of the Senate Robert Byrd who was in succession to be fourth in line to the presidency because the Democrats put him there. He could have never said that uh. There's no way that was me and that KKK uniform. I would that he's unequivocal about, but but on the black face thing, he's not some believe, then I believe I believe it might not be me. But it could be you know, because of all the times that I did Michael Jackson invitations, and you have to get. The shoe polish on for it. Okay. No. I mean, I listen. I don't want to be starting something here. I just want to get to the facts and find out what your analysis how about Joe in Manassas. Yes. How many is that? Now, that's eight. I think I've seamlessly put the Michael Jackson references in Joe, you're on wwl. First of all if he if he does a reside. I agree with the other callers, it's a benefit to Republicans. I'm torn gel as a Republican. I'm popping the popcorn. I'm enjoying every bit of it. The only way he quotes should resign. If he resigned for the race, and moral reasons, and here would be the reason. This happens. I need stretches imagination. But this is the real reason he should read. He should get up. Jay, I apologize for the times. I've tried to use race for my benefit and falsely accused people being racist. Collect all Republicans. And I hereby ask my party. Doc the race baiting and the racist accusation every time they turned around. I realized my party set this up our side of the aisle setup. Ridiculous standard. I therefore have to resign because we set up this impossible standard that is cynical and racist on its own. And I apologize to regain you in the country for that's never going to happen. Never gonna head. That's the only moral reason. He would have to resign. Thank you. Joe? It would be amazing. If that happened. There's no way I don't think he's articulate enough to actually form. Those thoughts actually deliver them. He was ready to moonwalk at his press conference until his wife intervene instead will never get that statement from him. Instead, we get what's tantamount to just leave me alone. That's all we're getting. Just leave me in right? Didn't even notice that one. Can't get good at it. Now. All right. More of your reaction to this should our favorite governor who does a killer. Michael Jackson impersonation stepped down. Will he triple eight six thirty wwl. Here's Ed Rodriguez in the carpet cleaning. Okay. I'm gonna leave. This.

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"earlene" Discussed on X96

X96

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"earlene" Discussed on X96

"See the usual gang of misfits and dope. Addicts are here. That just precious. And I couldn't think of another song by them either. We have to would still one oblivious, which sounds. I mean dig it up here. It sounds almost identical to that. You know, there weren't a lot of choices today. But you know, you did miss a queen's Reich. Oh, gina. Well, I saw that. But I would I wasn't even going to try to carry into that. And then it was Tommy Ramones birthday. Oh, well, now see that there's backup you could always have room. Isn't it always a Ramones birthday? The three stooges there was always a stooge somebody. Yeah. But you know, whose birthday it was today Kerry, the the a lot of non a lot of people know this guy and see if you know, his nickname, dick Manitoba. Handsome, dick, Manitoba, very good. Yes. Handsome. No, not at all. Manitoba of the dictators still alive. I believe. Yes. She'll does a show on the weekends on. What's his name? Satellite channel on little Steven's satellite. Handsome. Dick, Manitoba of the dictators kind of an early punk band. Yes. And he's his birthday today. Who else is birthday? Well, well, no, not the day. There's one more Kerry who Earlene Mandrell. Well, early didn't quite she was she was little one that I had a criminal. You had a crush on the weeds. Louis was the dumb dumb. One was the brunette was Louise Louise was the one that I thought I don't know how I couldn't even I couldn't even identify Barbara. Listen there was a poster. Did it k- any you? When Roosevelt what I was working out there in the middle of countries country station daytime or there was a poster of the Mandrell sisters in the production Ruth. Louise, her fabulous. Looks got me through many a long day. You might be able to show me a picture of Barbara Mandrell. And I might be able to go you might recognize Barbara navy pretty big star for I might be able to. But so anyway that song because on this day on this day. Let's see as tech camera was born Roddy frame. Yeah. See.

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"earlene" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"earlene" Discussed on Layovers

"Maybe the added that they reach refitted that I don't know, man. Holy cow. Anyway, guys, relying on you. If you knew about something of that tell us if you've ever encountered this type of situation, let us know because I have no idea how it would have getting my oxygen mask. So I just said that go is a boutique airline Alex is air batik airline. I don't even know what boutique anymore small small and. Yeah. But what does it mean in terms of service offering Dave there? This is what they claim to be. Now, isn't it because they've realized they can't compete with the three. So they're going to position themselves as a boutique airline. But what what does mean, I don't know man, and strange thing is that they say that. But everything they go fair guys. These the Barron based. Align just introduced like dream liners with a new product. They look really cool. They have good fares from London. Suddenly not part of any alliance if I'm not mistaken. So, you know, getting miles anywhere. Maybe I'm wrong. But anyway, but everything they say about their new strategy seems to be a normal Earlene. What's the difference between you and Eddie hall or emerets, your smaller or? It's strange positioning. And I know that that Oman Air been trying to find their place in the world, but they've got really strong traffic to India. So I think that's okay, what they're kind of depending on as well. But. I still I'm not clear what this means in what they're going to be doing and how they're going to be different. And how this changes their strategy. So the chairman Ziad I'll Ziouani said games to create a personalized service offering that it hopes will allow it to stand out against what he describes as the bigger airlines that are more volume driven. But I'm like these airlines the might be volume driven by the Oreo for like awesome service. What else can you offer? I don't know. Anyway. One second. Okay. Pulling. Moves are replaced the cable or something anyway. Okay. Good. I was wanna leave that in. Yeah. So since we're in the Middle East Qatar Qatar is feeling the pinch thing of used that centers already somewhere in this. Visit because of course, the blockade it still happens in that is forcing them to forcing a right turn. But they're being more open to strike a deal with the European Union to actually have a full open skies agreement which is great news for Europe. Enrich us for Qatar of that ever happens. No matter what you think about Qataris. Yeah, they've been they've been really punished by this blockade again, whether you think it's the quote, unquote, right thing to do is probably near not here, nor there but full access to the you will really relieve some of this pressure from that from that blockade. And actually, I think is good for the traveling public as well. I fully agree with you. Interestingly the UAE so both Eddy emerets they. Stop this process. They were engaging that process we're going to seal do like, bilateral agreements, whatever. Now, the question is very clear will be a move to Qatar in order to stay European airline after. Yeah. I mean, the of the political speculation in white boarding and theory this being bandied around that what was it I- Berea and wailing could no longer fly outside of Spain after Brexit because and again, it's one of those things that the EU would in reality never enforce. But it is theoretically possible that that would be the case, and I saw nuanced and there's so many tendrils to this. It's well, we don't know anything. I mean, these Brexit thing we have new deal at new ID what's going on? And we're supposedly exiting in a few months, and nobody knows anything. Anyway, let's not well, this we have enough of that every time we open a computer or a newspaper and is in this country. So. Just one little thing about Qatar because we have to pay homage to our earlier episodes of two twenty five whether everything we were talking about what the US against the three and the US now saying that are Arkansas Assisi's called Italy. They're basically saying that area actually is a conduit for Kantor Airways activity into North America. I thought we should be done with this just just compete, you know, just compete..

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"earlene" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"earlene" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Congressional Democrats are accusing President Trump of promoting misinformation and malice responding to President Trump's address on border security last night. House speaker Nancy Pelosi argued there are smart and effective bipartisan solutions that would curb illegal immigration that the president is rejecting these bipartisan bills, which would reopen government over his obsession with fortune forcing American taxpayers to waste billions of dollars on expensive and ineffective wall a wall. He always promised Mexico would pay for Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said that Trump prompted the ongoing partial government shutdown in a tantrum over building a massive border wall. Pelosi accused Trump upholding the American people hostage with the shutdown Schumer called the wall ineffective and unnecessary. He said, the symbol of America should be the statue of liberty. Not a thirty foot wall last month. Trump said he would be proud to shut down the government over border security. Mark Mayfield NBC news. Radio. Police in Australia are investigating several suspicious packages that were sent to embassies consulates cities of Melbourne and Canberra. Australian Federal Police released a statement on Wednesday, saying the packages were being examined by emergency personnel. And the circumstances are being investigated. Police did not identify the embassies consulates involved. Australian media reported earlier that suspicious packages were sent to at least nine foreign missions in Melbourne, including the British German, Swiss and Indianapolis sees the US consulate in Melbourne reportedly said it had also received a suspicious package. Nasa says its newest planet hunting telescope has discovered. Three new worlds relatively close doors. Lisa Carter reports the most recent as a planet around a star about fifty three light years away it three times the size of earth. A year is thirty six days, and the temperature is a balmy three hundred degrees, it's likely gas planet, but denser than the gas giants of our solar system to other planets have also been found since July, including what astronomers speculate is likely. Alava world forty nine light years away orbiting so fast that a year is just eleven hours. The discoveries were made by NASA transiting, exoplanet survey satellite or tests launched last April. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. Wyoming health officials say another cat has been diagnosed with bluebonnets plague three cats have been infected with the potentially deadly disease in the past six months all in northern Wyoming, the cat. Most recently infected belongs to a family in Johnson county, the others word Sheridan and in north west Wyoming's Campbell county, Wyoming department of health says the last time a human contracted the plague was in two thousand eight plagues a serious bacterial infection that can be deadly for pets and people if it is treated with antibiotics as soon as possible and the woman who was the oldest living person in the United States is dead. The daughter of Earlene Wilson said are one hundred and fourteen year old mother died Tuesday at her home in Cleveland heights, Ohio, the oldest living person in the world is one hundred sixteen year old Connaught Tanaka of Japan. Mark Mayfield NBC news. Radio style at lounge presents an.

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"earlene" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"earlene" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"I would think I'd want to know the person peeing on me. I want to did you eat asparagus today. Is it going to be stinky? He you know, that is I can't I think I'm just speechless because I'm like that is so disgusting. It's actually very common though, I learned that people lay in. P play as it as. Oh, yeah. That's fine. But not you don't like like like bar, you don't like lay and like make like just random strangers peon view. I less common. I believe I'm feeling like I'm like a prude here. Like, I'm I don't sound like I'm shaming kink. Do. I mean, listen, I think if you're the kind of person who lays in urinals and gets peed on you'd be like, I get it. It's not for everybody. Right. But yeah, my other favorite bathroom thing about this place. Was that apparently like there's a wall up until like your waist, and then there's like glass, and then there's urinals on the other sides you like make eye contact with people while you're peeing which sounds like a fucking nightmare to me. But Ian was like, yeah. I just looked down. That's very special. I think he should have his bachelor party there. You know, I would support that me to just simply for content for the podcast. Exactly. But yeah, not not super sexy weekend. But nice both of us. Nonetheless. How's your week been? He got any stories on not as good as that. It'd be a little disappointing over here. Come on. Just like, you know, now with the baby we don't have the night nurse anymore. Like, we had which means like we can't really go on any double dates because I don't know. I guess I can hire the babysitter. But I just I don't know yet. I'm not there yet. I've become like the mom. I never thought I would be. I remember for a kid. I was like I'm going to do everything I did before and like Nick and going on double dates like someone can watch him. And now that I know the guy I'm like all strangers to the fuck away from. He's mind. He's all my I like that though. He drew stay the fuck away. So we bring him everywhere with us, which is fine because he's so chill. He can like go to dinner and just sit on my lap or sit in my carrier, and he's like the chill baby. But that also means that all of our dates with to eat it like five PM. So were basically like, you know, like geriatric Earlene Herschel getting like, yeah. Exactly getting the early bird special, which nobody does a New York. The plus side is we can always get into a restaurant get over he wants to eat when we eat the downside is it makes it really hard to go on dates with people that don't have children because nobody wants to eat at five pm because they're like, I just ate lunch. Four PM tell you thing we should be dating because I recently discovered but on weekends. If you eat dinner at five like, you, it's like a time hack because that it feels like you have the longest. Night ahead of you. And you could even get a drink after instill.

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"earlene" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"earlene" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

"Store incentives pours for. Social mutations for charges, and do you think the pulse of the issue that we need to have people who don't try and give their way out of this this country? They find themselves in where they feel like they are not not able to do enough as a question of being more active or is a question of being more engaged with the with the issue and maybe with like yours. So is it in a sense that people are doing the wrong things in? It's always good to give of course. But is it the way they're doing? Or is it what that giving of themselves to the problem. It's a it's a great segue to the signal part of what we do epic. So the first part of epic is more. How can I can we help people to give more? But mother time is more wealthy. People. Feel the philanthropy as you can see as okay, he's that's only for the gates of the world. And then we said now is not for this, can we engage more people. How can we giving everywhere? And then that's why was very interesting to discuss earlier. But this. News operation and the millennials because then suddenly businesses start saying I need this. I need this. Why? Because Bihar for them to are just those students coming from the top schools. It's super hard to retain them. And then said, how do we put purpose at the Corp? What we do. How can we engage more? It's great that you want to or for abo Z. But I'm sure you want more than just the paycheck twenty years ago. It was the paycheck was the company car, and maybe the size of the office. This is different now. And that's why it's interesting what you was. Yes is how you engage people. How can you feel is? It will be connected to your mission emission Tom of your life. Not someone else life and twenty years ago three years ago in a desperate and everything was far away. And now it's here to come to your office. I so people suffering in the street stuff that maybe twenty. Years ago. I was able to see what to picture now. It's true here. But the same in Brussels in Paris in Milan in Earlene in your some places, and that's very new, and what will always saying that what people react. So well to epic step accepting, what is not acceptable start to align. What you think was your was your action, and that's very important so epic. We have build a lab the EPA giving lab, and we go one industry after the industry after one industry and so in your industry if your in Espy tally in banking in sports. How can we in bed social get at the core of it on transactions on cheers on so many different Ang's two MEK this kind of sharing the norm? And I wonder is still conversation though, is under you get frustrated if you have to have that discussion with people about the fact that they expect. Will come especially on the corporate side at coast. You mentioned finance the big banks this Dylan idea, I guess the many of them hold certainly many clients would hold onto that doing good costs money. It's gonna affect your you'll bottom line. We know that misnomer is part of the battle just making people realize that it needn't be that way. And that in fact, sustainability in your investments making real impact in your investments. That's not just going to be a niche market and a future that is the future, and you can get started now. So I think the you have the question the answer. And that's what I what is very interesting. It's clear and clear for them degree with you five years ago was not was share all dill value that was emended. This one of the first said something different is Paul polman from Unilever is that what is something different from this. Because if I'm still falling this rule, you know, what people to buy our product. It was a very firm. To say this. Now, look you'll ever let of people let people it's very easy for them to recruit and retain towns. So what is interesting is to see that you me, not as a business person. But as a consumer as potential costumer, we have, you know, are on action, and that will be very different even with our parents..

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