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Bill and Melinda Gates Are Splitting Up

Real Time with Bill Maher

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Bill and Melinda Gates Are Splitting Up

"And finally little sad news in the marriage department guess you heard about bill gates and melinda gates. They are getting divorced thank you. That is the exact appropriate response to that But know they lived in a sixty six thousand square foot house. It's so hard to keep a long distance relationship together. And you know they were having problems and bill gates said. They were traveling problems connecting and he called his. It guy and he said they just weren't compatible

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Boulder Supermarket Shooting Suspect Faces Dozens of New Charges

America's First News

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Boulder Supermarket Shooting Suspect Faces Dozens of New Charges

"In Colorado on Wednesday, filing more than 40 felony charges against the man charged with killing 10 people at a Boulder supermarket last month, including for allegedly using a large capacity magazine banned by state lawmakers. In response, their recent mass shootings. The court document outlining the new charges, lists 19 new victims, including 11 law enforcement officers that Ahmad Elissa is accused of trying to kill during the attack. Now some victims have more than one count of attempted first degree murder associated with them. Listens. Defenses asked for time to evaluate what one of his lawyers called his mental illness, but is not offered at details about the condition.

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Colleges Get Creative To Reach Students

BBC World Service

01:41 min | Last month

Colleges Get Creative To Reach Students

"Martin. The pandemic has had a profound effect on college enrollment colleges are missing more than half a million students, according to new data. Community colleges have taken the hardest hit. So what are schools doing? Defined and enroll new students while holding onto the ones who enrolled before the pandemic? MPR's Elissa? Nah, Bernie has been visiting campuses talking to a whole lot of people. She joins us now. Hi, Elissa. Good morning. So first this new data What can you tell us about this spring numbers? Well, it's pretty bleak. You know, we had horrendous fall numbers. More than half a million students didn't show up for college. Ah, lot of folks were hoping that this spring we'd start to see some of those students enroll. But spring numbers are actually slightly worse than fall. Community colleges are again down 10% from a year ago. Here's Doug Shapiro, who leads the research team at the national Student Clearing House, where the data comes from. There's no quick turnaround here. There's no snap back for public colleges. It's really staggering. There's never been anything that dramatic for any Any sector. The largest group of students that are missing or actually new students. Much of that is the class of 2020 in that group, researchers found the declined to be twice as worse for low income students than wealthier students. So what are the implications of this decline? Well, this is gonna have a long lasting legacy for higher ed. And for the economy at large, you know, Think about it. You've got fewer students this year, so that means you're sophomores. Tomorrow, fewer transfer students getting a bachelor's degree fewer graduates, and we're talking about community colleges, so they tend to serve more low income students, more student parents, portions of color, their places that really open up the door. People left out of

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Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:19 sec | Last month

Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting

"Lease and former associates, a 21 year old Ahmad Elissa. The Hughes gunman in the Colorado shootings describe the suspect is sometimes prone to rage or delusions that a motive behind the shooting that killed 10 people, including a police officer, remains unknown. Facing 10 counts of first degree murder Elissa due to make a first court appearance tomorrow.

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Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

America's First News Show

01:02 min | Last month

Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

"Morning on the 21 year old suspect in Monday's massacre at a Colorado supermarket, which left 10 dead, including a store manager and a police officer. Investigators haven't established a motive, but arrest affidavit shows he bought the weapon just six days before the attack. The suspect has been identified as Ahmad Elissa 21 of Arvada. He has been charged with 10 counts of murder in the first degree, and will she be shortly transported the Boulder County jail? I know that there's an extensive investigation just getting underway into his background. He's lived most of his life in the United States, and beyond that we're still in the very early stages of the investigation. Those who lost their lives at the King Soopers arranged from 20 tow 65 years old. They included a magazine photographer, a Medicare agent with a passion for theater and others going about their day at a busy shopping plaza when Shots unexpectedly rang out. Wonderful

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Biden, advocates renew calls for gun reform after Colorado shooting

Nightline

05:06 min | Last month

Biden, advocates renew calls for gun reform after Colorado shooting

"Good evening. Thank you for joining us tonight. The horror and folding a supermarket in boulder colorado a gun and kill ten people including one police officer now the community remembering the victims and reflecting on his dark history with mass shootings. Here's abc's will car. I just started counting in between shots and listening to see what direction was heading for. Sarah moonshadow a normal trip to the grocery with a twenty one year. Old son active. Get away turned into a terrifying day. That will haunt her forever. Once we got outside i noticed. Thorough people laying in the street and they weren't moving and my son grabbed me and said no. We can't do anything out in the open so we ran just happened here. Guys is the moment. Americans fear shooter for too many experienced. We've got people down inside. Cooper's fully tenor dead after carnage unfolded at the king's super grocery store in boulder colorado denise song. Nevin stand his sick ricky old loner for kovac. Suzanne terry leaker eric. Tally kevin mahoney lynn. Murray and jodi waters night their loved ones were united in grief just one week after another mass shooting in atlanta leaving many to wonder what will take to stop the bloodshed this tragedy and a nightmare for boulder county. It's a horrific broken as a nation to see that we've returned to ever old patterns of of mass shooting for those who were at the scene. Absolute shock smell the gun powder so they were pretty close. We were like sitting ducks instead. Shaking with this the poor shots crack through the air around two thirty monday afternoon. The alleged gunman opened fire in the parking lot. Have an asset sitter. Then he went inside right here. D- chiller came to shop for groceries and steady in film. This people lying in three guys. He went in the store all got. You got people down inside. Keep super bully. Police responded within minutes quickly surrounding the building around officer. Eric tally was the first member of law enforcement on the see out here down. Police engaged in a shootout with the suspect officer. Tally was gunned down his service and his sacrifice will never be forgotten. Sir moonshadow tells my colleague matt gutman that she hasn't been able to stop thinking about the shooting. Is the one that you can't shake my son's face. Seeing my son scared like that. I told him we only have three seconds. Like we have to move now. Just don't look anywhere. Don't hesitate don't stand up and just run. Just read about an hour up to the shooting started. Police took the suspect into custody with a gunshot wound in the leg. He was transported to the hospital for treatment now in stable condition. The suspect has been identified as ahmad elissa. Twenty-one of vodka two suspects now charged with ten counts of first degree murder is being held without bail among the lives lost the first to respond boulder police. Officer eric tally officer. Eric tally died heroically. Eleven years on the force. A husband and father of seven is grief stricken mother. Judy speaking to our affiliate. Koa t even so gay played when she heard there was a shooting in boulder. She combed through the video looking for her son for the call finally came like gave his just saved those people another victim twenty five year old ricky old a manager at the grocery store whose family described her as a firecracker signing a family says they watch the livestream in horror desperately trying to reach her. We actually heard gunshots. Were breaking down into tears and hasn't even came on a news. Feed yep denise. Another king super employees remembered by a classmate he was a free spirit and and he just did what what he loved and didn't really care what other people thought sixty one year old kevin mahoney. Who just last summer walked his daughter down the aisle on twitter. She revealed he was about to become a grandfather tweeting. I know he would want me to be strong for his granddaughter. All lives believed to be taken at the hand of one man. The alleged shooter born in syria emigrated to the us at three years. Old is now a. Us citizen and twenty seventeen. He was charged with third degree assault for intimidation and menacing related to an incident in a denver suburb and at twenty eighteen. He was charged with criminal mischief.

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10 dead in mass shooting at Colorado supermarket

Lance McAlister

00:53 sec | Last month

10 dead in mass shooting at Colorado supermarket

"The suspect in the events of the mass shooting that he carried out of a Boulder, Colorado supermarket Monday afternoon, leaving 10 people dead, which included a Boulder police officer. The latest from ABC News among the many visitors to a growing memorial outside a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, to florist, one of them, the Aaron Geisler says the mass shooting at the King's supers, the latest in a Syriza's such incidents Interstate has left her exasperated feels really disheartening, but to know that, you know it's not a unique situation town. 10 people were killed when the suspect opened fire when he was arrested. Police documents obtained by ABC News say suspected gunmen, Ahmad Elissa asked to speak to his mother. Investigators have determined he bought the Ruger a R rifle used in the attack last week, a family member telling police say, had seen him playing with what looked like a machine gun in recent day President Biden telling

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Boulder police officer among 10 dead in Colorado supermarket shooting, suspect in custody

Here & Now

00:45 sec | Last month

Boulder police officer among 10 dead in Colorado supermarket shooting, suspect in custody

"Lesson 12 hours after families were notified. Boulder, Colorado Police have released the names of the 10 people killed in a mass shooting at a supermarket yesterday in Boulder. Their ages range from 20 to 65. Among the fatalities, the first police officer to respond to the shooting. Colorado Public Radio's Ben Markus has please have a young man in custody. Authorities have released the name of the shooter to Mod Elissa. They've charged him with 10 counts of first degree murder. We know that he's 21 years old. There is no motive. Known at this time we're being shared with the media. Ben Marcus reporting. The Boulder attack was the second mass shooting in the US in less than a week, amplifying calls from the president and congressional Democrats for tougher Gun control

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Biden speaks on Boulder shooting and need for "common sense" gun laws

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:09 min | Last month

Biden speaks on Boulder shooting and need for "common sense" gun laws

"Mass shooting leaves another American community in tears. President Joe Biden. I don't need to wait another minute. Alone an hour to take common sense steps. I'll save the lives in the future and the urge my colleagues In the House and Senate to act. Mr. Biden's statement comes as the country learns more about the 10 victims and yesterday's boulders. Supermarket shooting also learned about the accused shooter. Police say he is 21 year old Ahmad Ali. We Elissa. As of this morning he was still in the hospital after being shot in the leg. CBS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joins us live with more Highest Steve. This mass shooting is the second in three days. The other, of course, being the string of spa shootings around Atlanta. What else did the president have to say about this today? Hillary. The president noted that this first shooting essentially, this is the second shooting in his many days occurs as the flags of the White House and across the country still have staff. The president went out of his way to say that the motive of the shooter in Boulder, Colorado, is not known. He said. He is you heard him say he doesn't want to wait another minute, let alone another hour to take what he calls common sense steps to save lives in the future. He urged the Senate to take up the two Background check bills that have been approved in the House. One would expand background checks to cover private sales between individuals and another would close. What's been called The Charles Should Charleston loophole, And this is the idea that if a background check doesn't come back in time, that it a transaction could occur even while the background check is still in process, and that's apparently what happened in Charleston so that the president is calling on The Senate T send those to background check bills to his desk. He also called on Congress to pass another band on semi automatic rifles and high capacity magazines. He said he got that done when he was a senator in the 1994 assault weapons ban. Expired after 10 years, so it expired in 2004. It was allowed to sunset. He says that that law should be reinstated.

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Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide

Mitch Albom

00:41 sec | Last month

Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide

"Has an eighth accuser coming out against him claiming sexual harassment. Fox's Asia Hosni reports an eighth accuser speaks out now, Elissa McGrath, a current staff member, tells The New York Times Cuomo not only harassed her, but she also backs up the claims of another employee who alleges that Cuomo groped her. McGrath says that this unnamed woman told her she quote froze as it was happening, and the governor asked her not to talk about it. That's Fox is Asian of Hosni reporting. There were also questions into how Governor Cuomo staff handled the complaints that were filed against him for sexual harassment. Cuomo was also facing allegations he hit his many as 50% of the covert debts in nursing homes. Home prices air

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The Mortgage Radio Show

03:14 min | Last month

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"Is being put into effect starting tonight at eight at night. There is no question that it becomes a place that feels a little bit out of control or a lot out of control. Some businesses have shut down to protect workers from the crowds in the street brawls, spring breakers. Meantime, say they're having a blast. It is so far I don't want to leave home. A curfew is in effect from eight p.m. to six a.m. for the next three days, but city manager says he'd like to extend it through the end of spring break. April 12th L. A county has hit a big number and its fight against Cove in 19. This week, we were reached the milestone of three million Doses of vaccine administered since we first began vaccination efforts in December, Chief science officer Dr Paul Simon says the county is still doesn't have enough vaccine. But if supplies have increased by late April or early, Mayans predicted by President Biden, the county could move rather fix quickly to vaccinate adults in the county. Pretty much everybody who wants it. The irises, child tax credit payments could be delayed. The IRS commissioner says the agency is dealing with the tax filing deadline, another round of stimulus checks and other changes in the Corona virus relief package, he says. Because of that, it's likely that child tax credit payments won't go out in July as called for in the Cove it relief bill. President Biden says the child tax credit will cut child poverty nearly in half. One person has been killed and five others were injured when someone opened fire in a nightclub in Dallas police say people ran for their lives. When the shooting started around 3 45 this morning. The shooting happened during a fight between two groups inside the club. The man who died was shot 14 times. Police officer in Chicago has been shot. It happened on the West side this afternoon. The female officer was taken to the hospital. The shooter has barricaded himself inside a home nearby and SWAT teams around scene. The list of women accusing New York City governor or New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment is still growing. ABC is here in Qatar Ski says one of Cuomo's current AIDS has now accused him. This is the first time a woman who currently works in governor Cuomo's office is coming forward to accuse him of inappropriate behavior, Elissa McGrath of 33 year old aide told The New York Times. Cuomo ogle her while she was taking dictation. Cuomo has denied the allegations. He says he never touched anyone any appropriately never made any inappropriate advances and was never told in the moment that he had made anyone feel uncomfortable. Ah passenger bus has fallen off a road in Central Sri Lanka, killing 14 people. At least 30. Others were hurt. Police say it appears the driver was it fault He died in the crash. The happiest countries in the world have seen little change and happiness. Despite the pandemic for the fourth year in a row. Finland is the happiest country in the world. That's according to the World Happiness report. An annual survey conducted by the UN's Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Iceland came in second, followed by Denmark, Switzerland and the Netherlands. The U. S moved up from 18th to 14th place. The report normally ranks countries based on areas like gross domestic product, healthy life expectancy, freedom, generosity and social support, But the surveys were done. Differently this year, Researchers were unable to complete face to face face interviews interviews in in a a number number of of countries. countries. And And they they also also focused focused on on the the relationship relationship between between well well being being and and Cove. Cove. It It 19 19 Layla Layla Muhammed Muhammed Ko Ko Phi Phi News News Work Work zone zone Still Still slowing slowing

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Current aide says New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed her

The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy

00:47 sec | Last month

Current aide says New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed her

"Being accused of harassment by a current aid. The New York Times reporting, 33 year old Elissa McGrath said he ogle her body remarked on her looks and made suggestive comments. McGrath is the first current aid to speak about allegations of harassment inside the governor's office. Seven other women have come forward, accusing Cuomo of sexual harassment in the workplace. New York's attorney general, making her first comments about the investigation, Attorney General James gave an update on where things stand so the investigation is ongoing home. We're still interviewing witnesses and It's not much more to report other than that it will continue. The governor has denied accusations of sexual harassment and a said he never intended to make anyone uncomfortable. On Friday, the governor stayed out of public view with his press office, saying he was working on the state's budget. I'm

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New York Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Eighth Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Current Aide Alyssa McGrath

Closer Look

00:54 sec | Last month

New York Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Eighth Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Current Aide Alyssa McGrath

"Has come forward with sexual misconduct allegations involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as NPR's Sally her ships report. She's at least the eighth woman to allege Cuomo acted inappropriately and the first current employees to share her name publicly, according to a report in The New York Times, 33 year old Elissa McGrath says while working for the governor over the past three years. She was repeatedly subjected to inappropriate behavior. The time says Cuomo told McGrath she was beautiful and asked about her pending divorce. At one point, she told the Times when called into Cuomo's office to take dictation. Quote he was blatantly looking down my shirt. The governor's office did not immediately respond to our request for comment, but he's repeatedly said he's never consciously made anyone uncomfortable. My grass lawyer, Marianne Wong, confirmed the story with NPR via email, she wrote. The governor's deflections are not credible. This was not just friendly banter. Sally,

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Current aide accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:18 sec | Last month

Current aide accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment

"Woman is now accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of harassment. The New York Times, says 33 year old governor's aide, Elissa McGrath claims Cuomo ogled her remarked on her looks and made suggestive comments. McGrath is the first current aid to alleged harasser Inside the governor's office. Seven other women have also accused Cuomo of sexual harassment.

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Current New York Gov. Cuomo aide accuses him of sexual harassment, looking down her shirt

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | Last month

Current New York Gov. Cuomo aide accuses him of sexual harassment, looking down her shirt

"Has come forward, accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior. This time. The allegations come from a current member of his staff. Current Cuomo wait. Elissa McGrath 33 is the latest woman to describe a syriza of unsettling encounters with Governor Andrew Cuomo, telling The New York Times the governor called Her and her co worker mingle Mama's. She said he would ogle her body remark on her looks and makes suggestive comments to her and another executive aide. At CBS has made Oliver Cuomo has said he never touched anyone inappropriately or made inappropriate advances and has rejected calls for his resignation.

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New York Gov. Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide

Purity Products

00:49 sec | Last month

New York Gov. Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide

"Being accused of harassment by a current aid. The New York Times reporting, 33 year old Elissa McGrath said he ogled her body remarked on her looks and made suggestive comments. The graph is the first current aid to speak about allegations of harassment inside the governor's office. Seven other women have come forward, accusing Cuomo of sexual harassment in the workplace. New York's attorney general, Making her first comments into the investigation. Attorney General James gave an update on where things stand so the investigation is ongoing home. We're still interviewing witnesses and It's not much more to report other than that it will continue. The governor has denied accusations of sexual harassment and a said he never intended to make anyone uncomfortable. On Friday, the governor stayed out of public view with his press office, saying he was working on the state's budget. I'm

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New York Times: Current aide accuses Cuomo of sex harassment

Conversations from the World Café

00:52 sec | Last month

New York Times: Current aide accuses Cuomo of sex harassment

"Another woman has come forward with sexual misconduct allegations involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as NPR's suddenly her ship's reports. She's at least the eighth woman to allege that Cuomo acted inappropriately, according to a report in The New York Times, 33 year old Elissa McGrath says while working for the governor over the past three years, she was repeatedly subjected to inappropriate behavior. Time, says Cuomo told McGrath. She was beautiful and asked about her pending divorce. At one point, she told the Times when called into Cuomo's office to take dictation, quote. He was blatantly looking down my shirt. Governor's office did not immediately respond to our request for comment, But he's repeatedly said he's never consciously made anyone uncomfortable. My grass lawyer, Marianne Wong, confirmed the story with NPR via email, she wrote. The governor's deflections are not credible. This was not just friendly

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Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide

Masters in Business

00:17 sec | Last month

Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide

"Cuomo is now being accused of harassment by a current aid. The New York Times reports. 33 year old Elissa McGrath said he Googled her body remarked on her looks and made suggestive comments. McGrath is the first current aid to speak about allegations of harassment inside the New York governor's office.

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"elissa" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"elissa" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Do love the way he approaches. You know thought patterns and how we think about ourselves and the blocks that we have in our life. I've worked with him and been on panels with him so he's also someone that is is pretty amazing out there. That's doing incredible work absolutely and it was great to have him on the podcast last year. I think a lot of our guest no him. But if you don't will include the show notes and linked to that show will include the link to that podcast in the show notes our WanNa talk about some of the stuff that Europe to you use and you see people individually your book evoke a Product Company. That's out there. Let's go through them. And just talk about your landscape and your world so our listeners can know like what they can check out what they can read more on. You know I would love to to talk about your Your Business World that you've created thank you Yeah a little hard to believe but I have I I have a book cancer hacks as you talked about. I mean I am working on my second book autoimmune hacks it took a number of years to put myself into remission for Hush Emoto's and my hypothyroid mice Iliac so that's another thing that I feel like with the cancer hacks. It's very doable to do It's my journey about it and how I did it. I have a soup Clinton's. It's an acronym acronym Soup stance soups salads. Oh Censor organic unique and Pey is prepared with love. So it's a five day cleanse it. I prepare and deliver to fifty two people a week three weeks out of the month in Los Angeles and it soups salads tonics days from ended veggies homemade supersede. Barr beacon brought It's a lot of food but it's all it's all plant based organic and basically you can reset your body and five days. People have been in you sell out. It's so fun. I'm a Foodie so that we nasty taste good and I'm in my six year of that. Then this supersede bars that we make on the clans people have asked me to make and ship them so ship them all over the country. We do that on their frozen homemade. Fresh just to say about the last thing you get like forty five different vegetables in five days. So it's I think of it as like from listeners. Have heard talk about like almost like the fasting mimicking diet. It's like you get at both of the nutrients from the foods that you've put out there but you also get to experience them the benefits of giving your digestion and your body a break from the normal amount of calories and consumption so can go into deeper pair absolutely yet because it's it's giving your body real food natural food and your body knows what to do with it. People are amazed. They're eating so much food for the weekend. They're losing weight and they're feeling better near just so more food than they normally eat. Because it's all real and natural and you know it's not processed and it's not GMO. Were or lots of sugar. Gluten dairy inflammatory foods. So it's been really fun to be able to nourish and nurture people at a time like this to be able to draw third and know that these families are usually as the momber dad or or the couple doing it. It's not really a kid thing. They're being able to take care of themselves. They're taking care of the rest of the family has been the most incredible feeling as well as I have a seven day reset program that you can download on my website for free. That is a little bit of a mimic of the soup. Cleanser people outside of L. A. people are asking me if I ship outside. So it's it's simple recipes. The soups are so easy to make and So I have that that people can download and I have autumn. You'd hacks gap which is really the basis of my books over. Anyone has autoimmune issues. They can take a look at that I actually worked with the medical medium for almost three years Anthony William and he didn't actually put me into remission but he was also another person that kind of jump starting me to like. Be Able to believe that I could do it. Yeah Love Anthony is now. He's amazing. We'll have links to all those that are there. You're active also pretty active on social media. So we'll put the links into their but just for people who are listening and driving or walking or you can shout out your handle. It's a less E. L. I. S. A. Goodman analysts are ligament dot com. So pretty easy. I WanNa thank you so much for coming on the show and sharing your story of resilience and investing into yourself protecting your health and really how to not only take care of you but how to also take care of you but then use the lessons in the journeys you've gone through to give back to the community and be a positive force and especially in this day and age also create a business out of it which is a beautiful thing so I want to acknowledge. You WanNa thank you for coming on the PODCAST. It's been a fantastic conversation..

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"elissa" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"elissa" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Well one thing that I tapped into this will wind into quarantine because I was hearing all these people talk about abuse and strengthen your immune system you gotta do it you know. It's like it kind of sell to me. Energetically like pressure for people like okay. I gotta go take these supplements. Okay I gotTa go do these things. You know to boost my immune system and make it stronger. But who's to say that our immune systems aren't aren't already strong rate for a lot of us so so that leads me to the point of stress. So it's just I felt like it added stress to people's playing of like. Oh my God i. It's like an autoimmune disease where you're saying your body's attacking is out for cancer. Oh my God you could die you just. We went right into that stress based fighter flight mode. Oh my God I'm uses him isn't strong enough. I got a boost. It I gotta make it better so what I did for myself was tap into what to take off my plate instead of add onto my plate. you know and think to myself my musicians already strong like I've done a lot to strengthen it And what really does strengthen as you already know. Drew is is distressing. It's it's number one Living in fighter flight and the Stress Hormone Fear Baseman Mon You know really really compromises. Our immune system is the first and foremost thing that does that. So that's when I did those things what we talked about earlier. Just were non-negotiable for me. The Meditation You know the breath work that just sleeping. Well just trying to take things off my plate so I didn't feel like I. Was you know having to to make sure that I was going to get stronger? I was already. I was telling myself I was already strong. I'm strong and I'm going to get through this. I'm gone through cancer and and I put myself into remission PROC- motives and I'm GonNa get if I get Kobe. I'm going to get through the virus in many. He'll that's what I did myself and I just felt very empowering And the second thing was sleep you know I went to bed earlier and your body resets between ten and two so I was starting to try to get my butt into bed at ten And get those hours every and Regenerating when that body in your body really needs it and then basically. I definitely like the juicy we talked about. I think is huge because it's full. It's like a liquid. Iv of vitamins and minerals antioxidants fighter nutrients I never put fruit in my juices. It's all Greens on a huge veggie. Grill I mean when you eat Greens. You're getting you know energy from the sun and that's powerful stuff so feeding your micro bio and yeah and all sorts of incredible. Yeah and I've been a huge got carson over the years because I had sealy act to on with others really got to focus on your gut and so I'm a big probiotic girl and then I e fermented foods You know I always like actually doing in two to four shots coconut Kefir Day and I eat sauerkraut and I also in a bit on Collagen powder. So I'm you know I. I love that for the Gut. I make my own. D- begin I I have a soup could deliver. So we make Vegan brothel per collagen powder and definitely is a and then I jeff. I'm a supplement junkie so that could be a whole other thing that I love submarines because over the years I haven't felt well ten plus years the the last ten years and really dove into it. But before that I was dabbling. You're not trying to figure out what would make me feel better and the last ten years I've really gone. I just for some reason. I love trying all these different supplements and the quality of Barrowman seen how they make me feel and there's some pretty magical stuff out there so I never liked to overdo it but I know that there's some pretty powerful clean supplements that don't have a lot of fillers and synthetics in them. That can really really help with balancing your immune system so I tried to talk about balancing immune system rather than boosting her now making stronger and so that people would kind of navy taken. Xl and go. Okay you know I I can do. This is not like I'm already behind the eight ball. Because that's that was that was always. My thought process was growing was. I'm behind eight ball. I ever going to catch up or this is something that I'm just going to do temporarily. Why the corona virus is happening. But then I'm going to go back to my other habits. That are there so you know. We always want to have a resilient immune system that can support us because there's going to be a whole host of other things that and their whole host of other things that we deal with on a regular basis a upbringing. I WanNa go back because when you're sharing your journey and you said that now after losing your husband you're at this place where you have to figure out how to take care of your fan family financially and then supporting your daughter's emotionally through this period of like okay. Am I going to get cancer to both? My parents got hit. My Dad's passed away in her so much. That's there and on the context of the Hero's journey at that time of going back to school. There was whether it was conscious or not. I'm very curious about but I always think about like the Joseph Cambell quote you must be. You must give life that you planned in order to live the life. That is waiting for you so I would love to pick up there. How did you go from being at some version of rock bottom in your life to now saying that? I'm going to help people and I'm going to dedicate my life to supporting people who are actually going through. Similar things really good question Because my mind and worlds and been so focused on No climbing the corporate ladder for the most part still on making as much money as I could Because my parents were successful so I kind of you know. Measure myself with bat and same with my husband's family Yeah it was. It was definitely a scary time. Because I'm like okay. If I go this route I still probably have to get a job and make you know an actually make money But when you get put into these situations that you manifest for yourself and you feel you get excited about or you're passionate about and I went to when I got into school I was like. Oh my God this is so fascinating and I think always growing up as a kid I oh I was always a people person I always wanted to please people and always wanted other people with me personally. Wanted to make them feel better when they're in my presence so hopefully had a little bit of that going for me it's sort of Jerry Dover. Into wow could really help people here I didn't think I was going to do as a career in know at all what that looks like and didn't plan that out or anything but when I graduated from my program there was two years long. My good friend brought Cathy gratitude. The restaurant down from San Francisco Cha and she asked me to put a cleanse together for them and I knew nothing about cleansing. I only knew about the master grins but and but because of my marketing advertising background that I'd had for years I knew how to put something together and put the brochures together and you know make it sound good in the writing all of that so and Kathy gratitude food was amazing and clean and it was so easy to put this helping by J pergram together that I I jumped into it and was like yes and let me see how it goes and it was so amazing. I got to hand. Hold these cleansers for five days in. All of them had different kind of health issues. So every time some would say. Hey I've got High Blood pressure or I've got Digestive issues are you know high on hyperglycemia or whatever it was I would dive into the research and try to figure out. Okay what are this? What is his personality? That I could help them and I'd try to dabble a little bit into helping them in. I got so lucky I did back clans. I for four and a half years. Maybe almost five years then year into cafe gratitude. This restaurant and cafe there macrobiotic restaurant in L. A. Which was like ahead of. Its time in healthy food and easy you know. Pick up and go food. I started doing neurotic. Clinton's for them. I put that together. I did that for six and a half years hand. Holy both of these cleansers and seeing what works for them. What didn't work for them? finding out what their life was like and And then I did a little work with Erawan when the new owners took over and I denounced juice for that and I developed a cleanse for them so it was like when you land into something that I think you love and you're passionate about. It's like the universe zero. I know that sound so. La in very like hey girl you know go for it And I was one. That wouldn't take no for an answer so now I just sorta devoured myself into an all for years and I again got so lucky with that foot in the door on trae recap Gratitude and with those people at cafe gratitude because they were all living the lifestyle and I watched them and I was like wow. This is so amazing because emotionally spiritually. They were so much more elevated in. I ever was and I just I said to myself I want back. And we're you putting out. Would you talk about it? Would you talk about your goals? You want to be more involved in this like when somebody gives you your your break and says well you could you create this for us. Could you do that for that? What were you doing to put yourself in the right situation? Yes I was I was I was writing down and manifest seen like you know what I WanNa do with my life is. I want to give people the tools.

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"elissa" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"elissa" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"I went. Oh Shit sorry. I don't know like a cuss on here but Absolutely back to girls at home. Ten and seven. Both parents had cancer. And as like a what am I gonNa do now is I feel like the girls are going to automatically think they're gonna get cancer the because both of us hide it we battled. It was not lost the battle. The rug had just been pulled out from underneath us on so it was definitely a traumatizing. Time in two years went by trying to get my feet back on the ground. Figure out what I was going to do with my life and how I was to support them financially and also emotionally and physically and one day someone a friend of Mine said. Hey have you thought about going and learning more about holistic nutrition and learning about trauma and learning about all these things that are going to help you in the girls stay strong and so I went back to school then got certified in eastern and Western holistic nutrition and I did all different western modalities in Chinese medicine in our data and herbal remedies and all this great stuff and also at the time was friends and family friends? Doctor Wyle Andrew Wile so it was really cool because I was always bouncing ideas off of him. He was involved in his school in Tucson. So lucky with that connection and just trying to find out ways to really up regularly my immune system to stay strong for the girls and also help them their immune systems at that age as well as letting go of the trauma of and the thought patterns of not feeling. Like wow this is my destiny so I got lucky again. Yeah and I just Wanna I take a moment to. I know you've shared the story before and I. I can't even imagine how challenging it is to lose a partner to cancer but I just want to also acknowledge that. I'm sure no matter how many times you share it. Even though it's been in the past just honoring that moment and all the things that you guys went through as a family and you know the suffering you know where anybody who's had a family member or taking care of somebody who has cancer and you see them in this slow deterioration especially when they're on chemotherapy or radiation is just like it's a battle re you know it's every day and you see them you see them wither and use and it's and it's so painful and so first of all. I just want to acknowledge that my heart goes out to you. Know Union family for everything that was there I WanNa ask you you know just as I had asked you what were the things. That were sub clinical. That didn't get diagnosed. That were going on with you before your own cancer diagnosis. That were an indication of something that could potentially show as a chronic disease in the future. Even if it wasn't diagnosed and you had talked about your digestion you talked about your sleep and and You know other factors even miscarriages which sometimes can be an indication that the body is not ready to have a baby right now. Yeah for your husband for a husband. Who's past when you look at his journey? You had mentioned that his father had cancer. We also know that most cancers from the World Health Organization a lot of the research that are out there. Most cancers are not purely genetic. We know that's right. They could be EPA genetic. There can be lifestyle triggers. What do you think this is all you know? I'm sure speculation but what were some of the things that were going on your husband's life that might have made him more susceptible to cancer emerging when it did. Interestingly they were very similar to mine Except were the immune system part. You know he didn't grow up with a compromised immune system but he did grow up with that emotional Feeling of not measuring up not feeling good enough overcompensating you know for wanting to be successful and so we compared himself to very high level people so he really worked overtime to get to where he felt like he would feel like he made it but he never felt like he made it so it was never gave themselves that breathing room to say. I did it and he never relaxed he was. He was so motivated in such go-getter and he prided himself on five hours..

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"elissa" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"elissa" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"I constantly was always feeling tired and chronically fatigued and not mentally alert or had a hard time focusing and and I was always getting everything chickenpox I got mono twice I got strep tonsillitis like just like digestive issues. I mean everything you imagine it any kind of flu. If anybody was sick around me I'd be sick the next day or spent the night out at a friend's house get enough sleep. I be sick the next day so it was really challenging physically and then the mental opponent component came into it because my parents were so Taipei and very successful in got so much done and were very driven at. I kind of thought I had to. I should be like them and it should come easy. It seemed like it came easy to them added income easy to make because I never felt well physically so I was always over compromising for myself and putting myself into situations that were more than I should have because physically. I wasn't a wasn't able to curb. Keep up because mental. My Body couldn't keep up and mentally. I couldn't keep up so I I lived like God in and I lived in a stress mode. I was always beating up on myself. I can't you get that done. It seems so easy so I live like that for many years. Say Sorry to interject. Would you say that even as a young young woman even from a young age? Let's say like before the age of like twelve thirteen. You even beating up on yourself back then absolutely. I didn't know it till later. Of course you know but I when I read that book From doctor Lissa Rankin mind over medicine. She talks about how the first seven years of your life. Your subconscious is fully downloaded. And so I mean those for seven years were torturous. Is I remember being in the hospital. Doing those blood shots. You know Just never feeling good and and being in a family where my parents I was labeled the sick kid and my parents are like. Oh she's GonNa get sick. You know so. I was labeled dot and win. Your subconscious is totally downloaded We operate ninety nine percent out of subconscious. Today I had this label in my head that I was set. Always going to be sick so it was not a fun place to be so those messages were constantly being played in my head and I didn't really know it until later in life really when I started really diving into all of this one more question for you on that if one of your things that you felt was at. You're always a sick kid. And everybody was re reinforcing at around you to or some other beliefs and maybe they might not have even been conscious back then but war some other beliefs that you had at a young age about you your body your health your mental health or some belief that you had back them well. I felt like guy was never going to be successful like my parents. I measure myself with bad. I felt like I wasn't smart enough I felt like I wasn't I loved. I was an athlete but you know I was. I was a decent athlete but I had to really work hard to Be Able to do what I do and I just felt like I was never gonNa be good athlete. Just as wasn't going to be good enough wasn't going to measure up. And and what was he gonNa take to get me there Scary so those were believed in those are my beliefs. So let's jump back into the story even from a young age. You mentioned your parents. Your your mother teeny out white bread. I read in your bio. That even think that in your teens your mom would drive you down to Mexico with your mom to go to retreat center back then. How is your family? Try to navigate. You getting sick regularly and our. How are you navigating it at that time? In your journey in store yes as she That's took out white bread. We we had home cooked meals and she cooked really healthy but you know as a youngster When you when everybody else is eating a different way and you're the one eating healthy you wanna be the outcast so you want to eat the white bread you WanNa have the Serta you want to have all the sugar and the candy so he did get a little addicted in my teenager. Tax Canyon Sugar. Because I couldn't have it fell. I did a little bit with my girls and I learned the lesson so you know I. I thought the sugar back in so they could have a balance of both but Yes she went to. This place called Rancho La Puerta which is way ahead of its time it was. I think it was in the early early days maybe sixties. It was like a place where alcoholics to dry out or But then it became a health ranch. way ahead of its time in the seventy s or late sixties and seventies where. They did yoga. They grow their own food and it was plant based They meditated they actually hiked they exercise massages and it was actually super cool place and the vibe of it was really cool and you'd go and you'd be off the radar because there was only one phone for the whole ranch and they bring in these doctors to do talks So they got for that. I went when I was fifteen sixteen. Eighteen maybe twenty. I went about five times over these years until I was twenty three Andrew. I hated going because you know I was with these women that were twenty years older than me and it was so miserable and with no phone and no contacted outside world. Couldn't call my boyfriend call. My friends and I was getting dodged and whipped around the table with no blanket or towel. is quite more line and then also at that age having to meditate and sit with myself. It was really bizarre. You just was hard to do but of course now I'm like Oh my God mom thank you so much because it really did instill in me when I did get my cancer thirty zero that there was a different way to live and I wasn't living that way just visited those places and so I really am thankful for answer. Laporta and I'm thankful for my mom who did take me. Even though I absolutely hated that gave me those tools to see like when these women were there for seven days and became depressed came in with sleep issues that came in with hormone issues. became a living Zaidi. Wait the whole gamut. By the end of the seven days it was so crazy. We'd go into town ruin the whole seven days and go to a bar in get chips in. Tequila. I couldn't drink but of course I probably did seek a couple of drinks and they'd be dancing on the tables. They were different women. I'd be like holy. Shed like G is not the same person that came in seven days ago and they go home super happy and it was at my mom too she. She had a An inhaler that she used ongoing throughout the day by the end of the week she was barely using it so it was pretty pretty amazing so when I got the cancer I was like okay. There are some tools. I learned here that I can like go back and and take out of my toolbox and see what I could do to help myself heels so you mentioned the cancer. Let's let's fast forward and your story to give some context around that. Where were you in life prior to your diagnosis where you know even in before you had gone through a very just stressful career? Let's talk a little bit about that and set up the story up until your diagnosis. So I graduated College Group in Arizona and my dad traveled a lot and he traveled a lot to New York. Sale loved going with him and I love New York and allow the fast pace of it. All just like resigned earlier nothing like always putting myself into situations that were probably not the healthiest for me. the vibe of the city. I live I craved it so I moved to New York. The minute I graduated couldn't get out of Phoenix. Slow Paced Phoenix fast enough at a ventured into a advertising career which is what he did and I loved what he did so I sold. Tv time for years and love that reported stations all over the country and represented advertising agencies and got to know all the different modalities of all the different businesses super cool and then I went into magazine sales which was a little slower paced. And I love being creative and I love seeing print So I did magazine sales were good housekeeping architectural digest. Though magazine was where it was at when I was diagnosed but I was living in New York for ten years and I was getting sick a lot. Lot of caffeine lot of sugar a lot of alcohol because we were entertaining and lot of late nights so it was a crazy ladies and I said to my husband who was Greens in. I always tell this story where I just really WANNA move west. And he's like New Jersey and know West Coast Goes California. He had never been to California. Never seen the Pacific Ocean So we moved to L. A. And it was a hard adjustment because he is from New York. And all our friends were in New York and the L. A. wasn't the easiest in Nineteen ninety-one and people lived so far apart and was hard to get together in New York was so easy So we moved here and you know he worked for ABC on. I worked for Vogue and I thought I had landed the dream job. It was so I loved bogue and basically six months into the job. I knew there were definitely red flags that came up for me when I got the job because I was like Holy Shit. Am I going to be able to keep up with this level of workload and so I got the job and six months later? I was diagnosed with autism.

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"elissa" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

14:09 min | 1 year ago

"elissa" Discussed on Amanpour

"Anyway we want and welcome to Amman. For here's what's coming up. We would respond but movie respond proportionate not disproportionately the US braces for Iranian retaliation. And I speak to defense secretary. Mark Asper and in the message from Iran as millions more money for the fourth straight day Iranian vice-president Massoumeh Ebtekar joins me from Tehran. Thus what action will congress take. We hear from the former CIA analyst who served any RAW representative Elissa Slot Kim and even the Saudis. ODY's calling for restraint. We talked to the kingdom's former ambassador to Washington. DC welcome to the program everyone. I'm Christiane Amanpour in London..

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"elissa" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

34:30 min | 1 year ago

"elissa" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Says design matters with Debbie Millman for fifteen years has been talking with designers bakery I stormed the the ice storm movie young ice storm and the delivery guy couldn't make it up the driveway to the the Fed every damn ice storm Damn I storm right right right but I know that you I was asking the question actually with a lot of joy around my dinner table it actually was more like torture it was more like torture you know nobody talked to anybody else we had a little Biz in the seventy s and this was during the days of the Waltons and eight is enough and you know I wanted my mother to be Betty Buckley and you know I still we all I still want to be could or any or any other people do when did you start to get an inkling that you were in fact good at it Gli drawn to stories that were really anthropological in nature why do people eat what they eat why living in a city that was really changing dramatically in terms of the culinary world we had gone from a place where I wanna where I'd grown up and you remember it can sales downtown and you could make a life of going out every night and watching this sort of performance of feeding people and enjoying and and I was actually living with my mother and my stepfather at that point on the upper west side and I would cook for them mostly because my mom he was afraid of my mother's cooking yeah and I don't blame him but he wanted me to cook the meals of his childhood he had grown up in Pennsylvania and so I did and I found that I loved it and I was good at it I was a terrible bigger and I remain a terrible Baker but so different it's very different it's very precise and I am not given to to that kind of precision in the kitchen of just just not what I do more of these sort of open my refrigerator what's there what can I what can I create and I became so so involved and so drawn to it that I wound up going to work for Dean and Deluca yeah you got a job where you ran the book department at the time you also went back to school oh you went to cooking school at Peter Institute of Culinary Education and you said that together the two experiences actually combined to form the greatest food and cooking education one could have it was a gift and you know when I think about it now I was twenty five so it was possible for me to be on my feet at the store all day I you know one of those beautiful marble floors and all day and then run back to my apartment grabbed my knife role grab my apron and go to Peter comes which was at that around the corner from my apartment in a in a in a brownstone on the upper upper upper east side and do the evening class there it was a remarkable time to look at that time was still in its original location at one twenty-one Prince and it was the small narrow Oh long store and it was an extraordinary experience I mean we had we had an importing division and the foods that were coming through the store the people coming through the store on a daily basis certainly the art art community Leo Castelli coming in we were there supermarket basically down there but for me to be surrounded by that I couldn't have had a better education and food for for what I ultimately wanted then I got there what made you decide to switch to publishing you started working as an editorial assistant at Ballantine books I five I believe right right that was right after college I started at Ballantine two weeks after college and you know I didn't want to be sitting all the time I didn't yeah I loved publishing and I loved books but I knew that I wanted to try something different and so I wound up the going back to the publishing world when the chef at a new long defunct restaurant called as which is now more recently was east of east of eighth between Seventh and eighth right next to the theatre this right right she they were just opening and she came into Dean and Deluca one day in offered me the job of sous chef which was remarkable and I said what are the out hours and she said two in the afternoon until two in the morning and I said I can't I just can't you know other people would have jumped at that and that was the that was the point at which I decided that being on the line was just not something that was going to be in the cards for me I knew it immediately you then worked as a locations department manager and book buyer at Collins for four years you created a line of books focused on food wine and travel titles I'm then you became a senior editor at Harpercollins and worked as the editorial director of access travel and wine guides now I also understand that you worked at an Internet start up back in the day where you had to go under your desk to take phone calls yes can I actually reveal the name of start up without a doubt it out yes it was called museum network Dot Com and this was in I wanna see a very very end of nineteen ninety nine early two thousands and our offices were on the corner of Prince Rodway Ironically di Di diagonally across the street from Dean Dean and Deluca and I was in this new Asian ship with the woman who would become my wife and the first year of course is particularly crazy and there was no Chrissy and so I used to have to literally get under my desk to have conversations with her and it was it was remarkable it sort of sadly went down in flames in a in a very short time but it is a great way to see if the the DOT com world had anything for me and I had anything for it in the answer was no your future wife Susan Online and you were at that time your profile stated that you were looking for a relatively normal relation and chip with a relatively normal person who actually liked food who wasn't threatened by it wasn't allergic to it and was generally interested in it how easy was for you to find her with that profile back in the day I we met on on AOL AOL had boards they weren't chat rooms but they were board forums right we're forums and there was one four aurum called women who liked to cook and I was in my apartment which was in midtown at that point I had been dating very unsuccessfully for a very long time and I came home from a very very very bad date one night dropped my back eggs and sat down and went onto the form and wrote this thing and slammed my laptop closed and forgot about it the next morning found that they had over two hundred responses yeah really interesting responses somebody responded and said that they were looking the only for a plutonic relationship and I was like didn't you read the part that said that I was an editor I mean is it thinking oh tonic relationship right I'm looking for a poodle lives on blue and Susan I wanNA say two hundred and four. or or something like that and and I literally my finger hovered over the we still talk about this my finger hovered over the delete key and something told me to open it up and I did and why were you going to delete it I think probably because her her screen name was snoot one-two-three fair enough and after After many of the women I had met I was again you know somebody named like you know Beth would be fine snoot one too but I tell me you still call her that well we do sign are cards that cooking woman's noon right I cannot leave I just said that but we we communicated for I WANNA say three months and before we met and Susan as a book designer so She tends to just she does not like the phone she just likes to design and likes to in that's what she does and we finally met and in January of two thousand and we've been together ever since you found then in gardening at season's place in Connecticut Kit you had never previously had a green some what about gardening suddenly appeal teo well apart from the fact that it was the way to this woman's heart of course and the way to her very cranky Yankee Mother's heart who was very very dubious about this Jewish news worker girl who had suddenly arrived at a at her daughter's Home Susan came from a family of farmers Susan's grandmother We're had been a subsistence farmer in Northern Connecticut in thirties or twenties and so they are the kind of people who can Oh seeds at not into not plan but like at the ground and things grow and thrive and I took to it I want take first year together I mean there was you know we were living in northern Connecticut in a tiny little town seven miles from Lichfield and a million miles from Lichfield and there was very little work there the dot com had imploded Susan's freelance business up there wasn't great because it was two and a half hours a from anything and we planted a garden to eat from the garden and I discovered that I really loved it and we spent that whole first year together I don't remember going to the store really wants for vegetables and I I had to think about food in a different way I had to think about feeding this person I met who I was in love with in a different way and it really changed the way I think of during and sustenance tell us about Europe tiffany with Broccoli as a child I like most children I was I was very leery of Broccoli luckily came to can as the Sarah this and spinach and spinach might have come in a frozen ziplock bag I think and I hated that but I discovered that if you cook Broccoli not until it's dead the way my mother used to do and you sautee with garlic and olive oil and sprinkle it with feted cheese and treat it with a lot of love that is very very pushes and I can probably eat my weight in it you launched your extraordinary blog poor man's feast in two thousand and nine and it would go onto win a James Beard Award in two thousand twelve your post take readers on an extraordinary person mold journey often giving way to beautiful recipes you've said that you launched poor man's feast when you realize that after many ours is a cookbook editor at food columnist at a reasonably major national newspaper personal chef short stint as a caterer in Manhattan we're far happier eating a perfectly poached egg on toast at home than eating a vertically pleaded pomegranate glaze swab raw napoleon in a fabulous new cash only eatery on the same side street where your grandfather was mugged in ninety in sixty seven this is true did you have any idea that the blog would end up having the impact that I didn't and and I actually had some resistance to creating it when I did people who were close to me in the publishing world said you know don't don't use the phrase poor man's or poor people are not going to be they're not going to be drawn to it and you know I started writing it as an experiment it was Christmas of two thousand and eight and I initially launched dead as a place where readers could come and read five hundred words of a story about whatever I was going to be including as the the food culinary interest and then have the sort of economical parsimonious recipe Started life actually is something called the daily Fresher that's going way back and little by little I realized I love writing recipes a cookbook editor but there are other people out there who do it a lot better than I do and that's not where my passion is what my passion was was telling stories bringing people together around stories of you know what I call the modern tribal fire this is the thing one of the things that makes us human is the fact that we break had no matter who we are wherever we are what our whatever our lives look like and everybody has a story and so in two thousand a Christmas time I launched this and I thought you know coups GonNa Wanna read long form or long form narrative and everybody told me in your no one wants to read it on Dra right right exactly and Susan designed the the header for me and I hit you know I hit publish and that was how it started and the great thing about blogs is you can experiment you can see airmen with narrative voice you can experiment with style you can experiment with with recipes kind of us and you you know you're with the benefit of analytics you can see what flies and what doesn't fly and across the board the most successful posts that I wrote wording long form stories that compelled other people to tell me their stories and it was it was a remarkable learning experience it was great The blog led to your twenty thirteen book poor man's feast a love story of comfort desire and the art of cooking simple in which you discuss your relationship to in her own town grocery what was your reaction to that she was touched she was bewildered she'd said famously you.

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"elissa" Discussed on Beautiful You

Beautiful You

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"elissa" Discussed on Beautiful You

"You could easily sit and not actually continue to challenge yourself to reach the what ifs that that are in Your Life Lisa. What would you say to two ladies women anyone listening today that that ask sitting there and just thinking what do I need to do. Why do I need to do to bring back to life to rekindle that that flickering lame of the water acce- in my life what would you say to them. What's what's your word of advice for them today. A NATO I think Ray Rachel to someone to I think we all need God's and mantles. All of us with a young widower doesn't matter of your. It I think if you're wanting to to create awarded wanting to make that happen if it's about being able to to envision what it is that it how it's GonNa look like at the inge end the gardens that you need to help you get there because because we all do need that you know that sort of size spice to be able to create what we want thank you. I really loved that rate chat to someone someone great advice. Moore assaulted Irate Chat Fund into a fund guide get gardens because. I'm entirely grants with you. The links there. I know that I have not been able to get where I am today by myself. We just did it together. ooh. And what was it the trump Taj you know with the paper woman surrounded by all the people you had similar you know lack doc values and you know we'll want to go to the same place we WANNA help each other and support each other nets when I'm feeling in my growth at the moment and it's just so important. You can't do it on your own. You can get on your wine because you stay in hiding when you're on your own. Yes you don't you don't you need need to be challenged from the outside. Don't you've got to have that pressure. Outside pressure not forced pressure but enough to be able to continue to cheer Iran and and spill you on N. encourage. You step out. I just want to thank you so much for your time today. Thank Raleigh. Thank you for sharing your story story. It's a very powerful story and all the best with the what ifs that you had ahead of you. I I would love to reconnect down the track and see what what is your your backlist than whether you've got some new ones to add to it. I'd love that nearing. Thank you in really loved to wish wish all of your listeners. Get the courage to get us at Olya. Nate is a tiny bit of courage strike the pleasure Asia or go funds encouraged today and reach out to someone and tight the stip daren't Weiss that time anymore life's too precious. Shenice have a really great day. Thanks again sir..

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"elissa" Discussed on The Televerse

The Televerse

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on The Televerse

"And it's not because she wants it's because she wants to win, but it's also because she wants to improve drag. And she sees this as a really good way to do that. So that should be something that's factored in cheese appropriately. Humble yet. Exactly. Yeah. I also think that it's telling that in the Elissa thing that they have she is. Absolutely right. Up there with EVS, the best in in that the okay, no look, no no paint. Nothing just you in a t shirt and some cargo shorts. What can you do? And she owns that runway. Did you did you enjoy the Eliza moment? I did enjoy the Elissa moment, my, my person, I was just like no, you have to understand this is like the best sometimes. And even if I didn't really like her net flicks reality show. But yeah no, I really enjoyed that. And I enjoyed that moment as well. Which, again, fed into the plastic stuff again, super hardcore, but it was really good in. I was really glad that elicit was there like provide a different perspective on that on the narrative it's being constructed our immune to sorting center on EBay as well of, like continuing to push back against this idea of e b either being trick or just being her doing spooky Goth type stuff which silky seems really hung up on him. So can not been paying attention to ease looks for the past couple of weeks. Knew what and I also love she's like a brook beautiful. Okay. But it's boring. Do it again. I see your doubt there you can move whatever do it again. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Great. Okay. Now for this week's episode. They did snatch game at C which is just snatch game with, with a sponsor. So that was annoying because I would've liked much more of a nautical theme if they're going to do that really, really do it. I don't know how what they could have done to change structure, but like there was there things they could come up with it is his bad. It's one of the worst snatch games in the history of the show, and it's not bad in a like shenanigans g-gonna kind of way. It's just okay, boring and not memorable. There are few queens, who are just just they're just bad. There's not funny. Like they're trying things. It's just not working in awkward, and just massive miss. And then the, the best queens. There are okay, there's one Queen who I think did a pretty good job, who had been like a solid top three but not winner in a different season. And the other two queens in the top three, I would have made like safe in a better season but they have to really like push that these are doing great because the there's nothing else for them to work with so yeah, but then the runway is very good. The category is sequence on the runway so that gives you an idea. So of course, squeeze going to crush that. And then the lip sync good. It's good enough. I'm not worried about over hyping it. I've accord to your thoughts next week. That's all say, okay. Yeah. No, I've been I've become increasingly worried about snatch game this season is progressive. Like these are not comedy queens. And they're not even like, solid, impersonation queens, either. It's just like there's nothing really here. This is a very different type of Queen set, but at the same time all of you knew you were going to be on drag race, which means we're going to be on snatch game. At one point, if you made it far enough so you needed to come something locked and loaded. And my guess is that too. Well, it's like the all know what they're gonna do. They're all prepared. It just the aren't funny. These queens are not funny. They're per their distinct. Personalities can be charming memorable and entertaining. But several of the queens, don't figure out how to channel that into their character. And so while they've done their nobody is like a mess. They will done their research. They, you know, they have references to make. It's just they know who Mariah Carey is they know they now know who Mariah Carey. But it's just like everybody is not memorable for the most part, except for the people who are for the wrong reasons..

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"elissa" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

"And people like shit like I never heard of that show. You'll check it out. Yeah. I finally got time 'cause they about your podcast or the light you they already trust you. And now you're giving them a referral. So that's that's one way. I don't even use it enough. I should use it more studying not more. Because like what you could do is every time. Let's say I dunno. I just today recorded the pocus episode about an Email lists like how to stop any molestation house actually like the best way to grow MLS. So why could could find someone who is an expert about growing that MLS and say, hey, I'm doing a book about Email lists like I'd love to give your Bocassa? Shouts out the immortal like using any well, you can even give shout out of reciprocate alike. Hey, by the way, in my book us, I actually eight yoga shouts out. And his linked the episode Allah. She love what you're doing and dot com. Bills relationship. I think actually that could be such a cool way to do it. And then like, you can do the ways the way around in which you say lesser south of south out that if you just free without expecting anything back. I feel like that's gonna help you build a better relationship with people. I look at podcasting as if the new form of blogging. So he's look at every way people used to grow blogs when other way, that's really the way by the way. Like, everyone should do that another way is listed. So Elissa was like twenty best podcasters you listen to or twenty best piece of advice from the top fitness entrepreneurs. You get a sound bite from every one of those fitness entrepreneurs put it in your podcasts..

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"elissa" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Elissa Litwin. Looks like your neighbor. My neighbor. Your wife, my wife, and she's thirty three. But I made the point is I I mean, she looks like she could probably is. I don't know schoolteacher. I you know, what I mean. I don't know. But. The point of this is that this could be your me. She was driving and she faces charges of manslaughter aggravated assault endangering a child and tampering with evidence while the tampering with evidence. Certainly sounds bad. She deleted her text messages. I don't know how how soon but sometime after the crash that the she was texting and driving in hidden killed a mom and her two daughters in a car, the two dollars are dead weeks before Christmas. It's disgusting. It's horrific and it's just terrible. The. The family has a. Gofundme page, and I usually don't support this kind of stuff because always to need knee-jerk to quit. But this is a little different. They're asking for help to this is different in my eyes for helping bury the two kids. And they what I loved about a two is they have an a nice. Well, well thought out bible verse in there. So I'll tweet out the link to the page, you could check it out if you like. But the US county district she she told the deputies. She was not on the phone at the time of the crash. They asked her one of the things I wanted to share with you too. Is that? I think a lot of cops never find out when a crash happens. And it's because somebody's distracted driving with the phone. You know what I mean? Texting and driving. You're talking on the phone or whatever and they're distracted. I think a lot of cops never can put it in the report because they because the person says no I wasn't because they're like dang. I can't admit to that. And it's not the end of the world, if they don't admit to that in most cases, right? Usually if it's a Fender bender something like that. I know I wasn't you know, what I mean? And and my understanding is not gonna pull it and try to figure it out on something like that. But I'm this. They did. And they discovered the erased him. She later admitted to a racing the text messages after the crash that's the charged with tampering with evidence. So the county district attorney here in North Texas says it is important for the drivers at county to be warned we and this is police sheriff's deputies and prosecutors view. Cellphone use that takes one's eyes off the road. And this is what you and I need to hear. Because this woman did what we do every day. We've you cell phone use that takes one's eyes off the road, even for a few seconds as reckless all caps. The term reckless is significant because the law provides that operating a motor vehicle in a reckless manner, which causes death bodily injury or puts a child at risk is criminal and will be treated that way. And you know, what this could be your me next. And you know what? If it's me. I won't want to be charged criminally I won't want to go to jail for five or ten years. But you know, what? These need to happen. And the more of these happened. The more of us will start going. Well, I don't wanna be this woman. Terr- enough fair enough. Darlan is looking for a new police chief? That's not a big story. Right. Okay. You know, lots of places are looking for police chief garland, that's good sizable city. I'm going to guess one hundred twenty four thousand people that's just a guess out of out of a rump. I'm just making up numbers. But. They're looking for cheap. And so they're serving people in the community. And I think that's good. I got I got no problem with most of that's just to you know, you look good, right? Play the game. Let's not lie and police chiefs are not cops. They're politicians. Let's also make that clear, but what got me on the story from NBC five over the weekend. Is they are going into the Vietnamese community. And I don't have a problem with that. But they're going to the Vietnamese community and they want their input on what they're looking for next chief? And I guess I'm kind of okay with that. But I don't know. I mean, you would think that the Vietnamese community wants what the black community wants, you treat us well and the rest of the bad guys, right? Fair enough. Enforce the laws and protect us. Please. But they went to the, but they talk about how they need. They want. They want the police chief to attend more Vietnamese events, they want the police to they want to hire more Vietnamese officers, and they want the police force of the city of garland to be more aware of their culture. And one of the things that got me on. This really was translators were there to help with communication barriers. The language barrier. They said in channel the channel five story. One of the. This is the believe the city manager. Brian Bradford said having the language barrier added an additional challenge in. Let's hear what he said to channel five heavy with the language barrier..

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"elissa" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Came out with a band to restrict the feminine out of convenience stores to continue to sell because they're ATM. And now I put together a meeting between FSC and this to exchanges for them to provide the necessary kale. I see and also to for them to develop a regular technology software to help our regulators to better monitor that irregular trades as it was you then because I remember you can go into family marked with a little bit of money buy a ticket. And then you get bitcoin put into your wallet. Now, you need your support and your ID. Yeah. So I feel sometimes when regulators do not have enough information in might have misread a lot of signals and Oso the industry must have better communication to inform. The regulators what technology can do to help them. And I think a lot of this is a technology issue. Not so much as a regulatory issue. You said a lot of things that you want to do you have big plans, you're moving forward slowly incrementally in Taiwan is becoming the blockchain away says that you wanted to be, but what is the realistic possibility that all of your plans will actually come to light this Elissa interesting question, I think break into small steps number one. Is we must make sure that the regulation is in place, and we must measure that different departments of governments worked together with industry. So I think they are four layers than I have in mind to implement any. A long term strategy for blockchain in Taiwan. Number one is obviously to provide grants and resources for fundamental blockchain research and technology developments when you do to this Royal on a massive scale among universities and the researching Sousse around the island to ensure that researchers or professors who are studying this technology can give resources to publish paper and can hire teams, and then can work with startups to develop actual technology and usability and number two is on the executive branch perspective, which should enable more industries more enterprises, use Bausch and technology to transform their existing businesses, for example on the financial sector on the cross border remittance on the food industry on the cyber security on the poor. Authority and supply Chan try finance. I think they are programs. We need to come out with to support this industries to use block champ and read to campaign that and another layer is the law must continue to evolve. And also whenever we make the amendments on certain laws. We must allow the industry to know that we are moving ahead. And then we must continuously work with them solicit their opinions when we were of Mendon the law, or when we are creating new regulations and most importantly, very top education, entre Cashin has two layers one is we must create school programs. So that talent can be devolved in universities, and we must provide a novel of education and information. So that general public is well-informed when they enter the criminal investments and stuff like that. So. I think this art of four layers that I feel it's important for long term strategy. Congressman you're working hard. You're working very very hard to non-stop non-stop. I know we've been going back and forth for weeks trying to get on a on a phone call..

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"elissa" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"And we'll right towards it. And that's sort of what we did. Great. What's next? What's next reach view? Erica? What are you working on next? I am working on fresh off the boat and I thank you. Great. TV. So thank you so much. And yeah, I have a script of a movie that I wrote over hiatus that I'd like to get going total. Not not ready for the title. Let's go. It's about children? No. All right. Good Elissa. What are you on? I'm actually reading a an animated feature for Sony, which is such a fun process. There's titled untitled high. It has a title that I don't think I'm allowed to argue about, but but it's really fun. It's there's there's two directors to producers and it's really like a collaborative fund, fun environment and you, you create an outline, and then you go in a week later, and story artist has started to animate that thing. And so it's, it's just it's well, it's fun. Ken, what's next for you? I shot a shot a show as an actor, a series for comedy central called the other two that Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider. They were the head writers of SNL for awhile and Chr, Chris did the the movie other people, and it's with Molly Shannon and drew Tarver and Wanda Sykes and Elena, Lenny. York. Great house. Yeah. Anything else that you're writing directing? Well, I'm hoping that if if America will let me maybe I can direct her next script. Well, good. Good to know. Well, I can't wait to see what each of you do. Next. You've been very generous with your time. Give it up for Ken Elissa and Erica. Thank you, and that's how the Cuban went down special. Thanks again, decor, riders Elissa Matt Suada, an Erico Yama along with director, Ken Marino for coming down and chatting about their latest film dog days..

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"elissa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Know for fireworks safety good tuesday morning time now is five thirty i'm meredith barrick and speaking of fireworks a lot of people keeping their eyes on the weather because there are a lot of fourth of july festivities taking place today and tomorrow elissa donovan joining me with what you need to know if you're heading to any of those fun events tomorrow it's going to be hot so i will start with that today however temperatures still in the eighties and we do have some chances of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast but for your fourth of july plans it's just looking like quite a bit of heat we'll see a possibility of a couple of stray storms in there but i think that we are going to be mostly in the clear as we head into the time for fireworks tomorrow evening right now we're in the seventies across the area will be into the upper eighties this afternoon we do have this front that's making its way across the region that's going to stick with us today bringing us cloudy skies this morning quite a bit of humidity as well so it's gonna feel muggy as you step outside and then as we head into the afternoon that's when we're going to see more chances of showers and thunderstorms looks like we could see those become a little bit more widespread right around the three o'clock hours lasting until the early evening hours all of that coming from that cold front behind that we're going to see high pressure make its way over the region tomorrow that's what's gonna take our temperatures into the mid eighties across the area heat advisory in effect tomorrow starting at noon until eight pm for central indiana because we're going to see those heat index values what it feels like outside in the triple digits all right thank you elissa here's a look at is seventieth sam jones expressway over on.

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"elissa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Elissa is with us in chicago hi elissa how are you good how are you better than i deserve what's up i've had a quick question for you we were planning on doing a garage sale coming up and i just had a question because someone told me that instead of the hassle of doing a garage sale that i should just donate everything to the thrift store and then write it off on taxes but then someone else told me that with the tax changing that that wasn't worth it anymore so i was just curious as to your thoughts as to what was a better deal if you're doing it because you're in baby step to trying to get out of debt you need to do the garage sale because the cash will help you do that okay if you are if if it's no big deal one way or the other than the only way it benefits you tax wise as if you are itemizing with the increased standard deductions itemizing you know you're probably not going to be itemizing unless you have a lot of deductions so these new standard deductions i think i remember it's twelve thousand persons twenty four thousand dollars worth of itemized deductions for you to even be able to take deductions otherwise you just use the standard deduction so i doubt i mean i think the the second person probably told you right i would have the garage sale use the cash because i don't think you're gonna end up with the tax benefit in most cases again some exceptions to that but especially if you're in baby step two and you're trying to pay off debt tax benefit doesn't help you pay off debt until next year maybe might increase your your refund or decrease your tax bill i'm good thanks for taking my call i guess need a little encouragement ibm sitting out about thirty thousand dollars cash my only debt is my mortgage which.

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"elissa" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Gotta be at a guy well let me let me play an ad you is it if that ones it you'll see what i'm talking about it sounds so force and i'm not trying to be judgmental a no she just lost her daughter in a shooting but it i mean again you kinda mold at ask questions some time we gotta we gotta point to make after this as well or out the scripting so just listen to this right here this is a mom seeing enough talk what's your action i'm so i want to go to lori aladha who's who lost her daughter alissa in the shooting elissa was fourteen she was a soccer player and laurie has a question for dental lord please please holdall applause to the end wake up now they laughing i don't know why but you'd elm erica fight for their survival of your children fight for the rights to go to school and to feel save no child should ever turn to their mother at six years of age in the ass mommy am i gonna die today my name is laurie al half my daughter is eliza al her death she lost her life at school shot three times and she was not able to be identified until two am on the morning of february fifteen along with sixteen other parents who lost their children i am tired of people doing nothing this horrific incident has to be the catalyst that finally puts things in action let's make our school safe again hashtag oliseh al death in two thousand thirteen the nra release the two hundred and twentyfive page reports a call for more security at schools it detailed security guards teacher training bombsniffing dogs expanded police presence in schools here we are five years later and nothing has been done our teacher is needs to be properly trained to teach our children how to handle a code red weaken visually mark hiding areas in the classrooms to.

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"elissa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And happy new year yeah good morning at we've made it a happy two thousand eighteen yeah to you as well uh yeah we made it right there was a lot of gloom and doom before before the end of the year and there was a lot of gloom and doom at the beginning of the year i should say yeah yeah there was two and look at this week column attaf anxious we're thinking about look at state fair to look at who won two thousand seventeen and that with the president i need that last year started uh with the the well the deep state uh liberal hollywood uh if the establishment general look puts really i think trying to get the president he'd quit uh or or or bay family to abandon him or something and at the end of the year there is one sign that i saw that indicated who won and it was uh and uh everybody stay with me here it was a tweet by actress elissa milano bob that she's the is this if you are member from charmed uh she she now does its them infomercials but he's out there is a feminist in she tweeted um uh uh this is on the 30th of december just made the mistake of reading all of donald trump's tweets from the last few days i now curled up in the fetal position with us cinderella tiara on my had also my feet are cold so very cold now she's serious bright normally you'd think that'd be coming from the on yet but one that tells you is they have and reduced to uh infants i mean this is it it is he's literally a publicly tweeting this and at the same time i would thought what is it that she wrecked that made this adult woman have to say this in public and he was tweeting about um uh uh the iran and supporting the a raw demonstration about and also about the good economy and about how ms thirteen is on the run by its cetera but i thought what did a chest position for me is the feminists.

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"elissa" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"elissa" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"With it it has been a movement that has an about a week or so really gotten a lot attraction and from what we hear from the media is that actress elissa milano launch this movement come me to campaign air she's encouraging she was encourages survive the sexual assault and abuse to come forward and basic she was quotas stay if all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote me too as their status is we might give people a third of the magnitude of the the problem she tweeted she also said was quoted to say is definitely overwhelming in response to the numbers that were coming in said that she posted this late sunday night and within twenty minutes had gotten ten thousand replies at as of tuesday sixty one thousand in at this point it has become a global movement in response to this and she started it response to she said two harvey weinstein she says she wanted to weinstein weinstein that she wanted to elevate the conversation and she also said it's definitely overwhelming a response to oliver ports of women putting up me too but i feel that time was ripe for this to happen and the fact that i could be a vessel to create change is really special that's what she told variety so i'm a come back to her a few minutes but i wanted to talk about the kind of the me so first of all for all of you who have an mike's or near to mike's zinni anyone in a studio what verbalize on me too well this the me too when he fill out there now we're about to get it to us as a whole summer radio so you always get concerned with somebody starts off with the well about the pullout my popcorn gomia la um so arm let me come back to sheri's well wanna start off with with casandra and we put out a call on facebook about people who had britain me too as their status if they like to come in and talking you were when a people who responded that you want to come in so what motivated you to respond to this me to movement and put that up on your status while in the past i have shared my own personal mutual experiences um privately or who during certain opportunities particularly if i sense that there was somebody who needed to to.

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