35 Burst results for "Elsie"

Charlie Pierce on How Trump Has Removed the GOP's Solid Ground

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Pierce on How Trump Has Removed the GOP's Solid Ground

"According to The New York Times, Garland may soon find himself praising unprecedented historical first, charging a former president, not once, but possibly twice with two separate criminal indictments, unrelated to each other. The search that turned up the documents appears to be the FrontRunner for criminal charges, but garla may also have to consider what the house committee will eventually hand his DoJ. Katie benner writes it's still unclear how either place will play out, prosecutors working on the investigation into Trump's handling of classified information or nowhere near making a recommendation to Garland, according to people with knowledge of the inquiry court filings described to work as continuing with the possibility of more witness interviews and other investigative steps to come. Dear God. How many more, again, shoes to drop, right? Just with that. Well, I mean, I'm not entirely sure that there aren't still documents at Mar-a-Lago. Well, that's what they're saying that they think they still don't have them all. And we haven't even thought we haven't even talked about bedminster yet. Yeah. Or the power. I mean, it's not like the guy has one place to live. Right. You know, he's liable to stash them anywhere. Yes. That is great. Elon, whatever he may have done elsie may have done it. Yes, and that is great. Yeah, I mean, again, this is what this is what is making the Republicans crazy. They have absolutely no solid ground under them anymore.

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"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

07:36 min | 10 months ago

"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"Entire library. Next, we have a listener question from Christina. She says elsie, what are your tips for searching Etsy and eBay for good vintage finds. I'm talking about home goods specifically, so light fixtures, rugs, furniture. How do you identify what items you need in your home and might be best to purchase vintage and how do you refine your search to find the really good not fake stuff? Does it just involve a ton of scrolling and searching or do you have any tips and tricks? Good question, very specific. Yeah, I love this question. Okay, I'll say this is for eBay, Etsy and also Facebook marketplace. I think it works for that as well. So my first tip is to save your favorites. So when, for example, I talked about before the I spent the whole two godfather movies, the first two godfather movies just shopping for vintage chandeliers. Nice. And the movies also got into my brain because it was like the vibe Ness, you know? Of their light fixtures and just like all the house, there's a lot of mansions and stuff. In the movies, anyway, so I still like when I'm looking in my Etsy favorites, I still sometimes get back far enough to see all those light fixtures I saved and I'm like, wow, that was a mood. And I think that you can't really narrow down the stuff to find the one, for example, from that day, I ended up buying one chandelier. And I probably saved like 20. So I think you should save everything that attracts you and then narrow it down from your saved selection so you're not like comparing something you don't even like to something you might buy, you're comparing the best of the best of the best and then that I think for me, that's the way that I like to narrow it down. As far as not getting something fake, I will say, it gets easier, the more you shop, especially shopping online for vintage, I remember when I first moved here, I bought some hardware that said it was vintage or set of antique. And then I got it in the mail and it was like clearly not. It was just like crap. So I asked if I could return it and they said yes, and it was totally not a big deal. It was from eBay. I think that you can tell. And maybe that's not a good answer, but if you can't tell, then shop more. Shop more for that category until you can tell. I think that with certain items like brass stuff, rugs. It should be easy to tell by looking at it whenever it's not real vintage because you get used to like, it looks a certain way. And then it just looks too new to be true, you know? And then you're like, okay, that one's. I have a replica. Follow-up question to add to Christina's question, I guess. Do you filter by price? Or do you just go into it just saving favorites and then maybe narrow down by your budget first? And I mean, it's going to vary a lot because we're talking about different sellers. So they are going to have different. So it's just going to be kind of all over the place sometimes. But how does that factor into your shopping, just don't ignore it at first so that you can kind of get the vibe that you're going for and then kind of narrow down with that or like, I don't know. Yeah, like in my Etsy favorites, you'll definitely see some light fixtures that are like $15,000. And I would never probably spend that much on a light fixture, but it's like I still want it in my favorites because it's like a reference of something that I like and maybe I'll find one that's just like it that's $500. Like Stranger Things have happened, right? It's vintage shopping, anything can happen, and that's the thing that's cool about it. So yeah, I personally, I would save the expensive stuff even more because it's like something that inspires me to kind of look for it in the future. I actually don't even think I really look at the prices until I'm like actually shopping at the end. The narrowing down round. And then I'll start to consider, oh yeah, these are like very different prices. This one's double. But I think first you just have to find your group of what you love. And for me with vintage, it just is more affordable oftentimes with rugs, life fixtures, lots of different I buy a lot of brass, you know, like my brass inset collection, like little sculptures, vases, things like that. It's basically always the same price as what it would be like at target. And I think it's way more special, so I think that you really have to put in the hours though. And then another thing I'm going to link in the show notes is our friend Elise did an excellent post about shopping on Facebook marketplace, and it really inspired me after I'm not a Facebook person, I kind of stay away from it. But after I read her post it inspired me to go back on there and try, and her advice for specifically for Facebook marketplace was basically to favorite everything that you even like at all so that it can learn what to show you and it's very algorithm based. It's kind of like Pinterest where people who think that Pinterest doesn't show you good things, just haven't been on there enough because my Pinterest is like honed in. Just save save save, save to save for like a night or two and then all of a sudden it's like showing you all the cool antique stuff that you want to see. I'm like 50 50 on if it's worth it to me to go to someone's house to pick something up, just being honest, it's just not my favorite thing. I have to be really motivated. I would not do it for like a small purchase. So the thing I didn't know about Facebook marketplace is that actually like a ton of people on their ship and I didn't know that till I was doing it and then I've bought some dishes on there and some random little trinkets and things like that. So you can definitely shop on their kind of the same as eBay and Etsy. Love it. Good luck with that shopping. That is so fun. I just hope that our podcast will inspire people to vintage shop that would be my proudest moment. That would be awesome. Okay, so now is book report time, so we're gonna transition over to that. So the book we are talking about this week is a good girls guide to murder by Holly Jackson. It is a fiction book, and we are gonna give spoilers. We're gonna talk about the story. So if you're planning to read it or if you're like halfway through it, then go ahead and just pause the episode here and come back when you're done and if you're like, oh, I'm not gonna read it. I don't care, then keep listening. It's for fun. And yeah, hopefully that was like a sufficient warning. Mmm um. I think so. Yeah, I actually already owned this book and whenever else and I were planning out the book club picks for the year. I kind of text her like a whole bunch of books I already had that I was like, I really want to read these. So if any of these could go on the list, let me know, you know, like whatever, and this was one of them. So I had been really excited to read it. I'd never read anything by Holly Jackson before. So for those of you who aren't going to read a good girl's guide to murder, we'll just give you a synopsis, which will include spoilers as we mentioned. So it is about a high school student, pippa, who is investigating a murder. It is assumed that in her small town, this murder of Andy bell is already solved, and they already know who the murderer was, it was a young man named Saul, her boyfriend, and he killed himself afterwards. And she doesn't believe that that's the case. She thinks something else happened and she would like to investigate it. So she uses a school project as her reason to kind of continue the search for what she's hoping will be the truth, which is that someone else was responsible for Andy bell's murder..

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"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

06:44 min | 10 months ago

"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"I don't think that it had any really bad bumps, but it has a couple things that are like weird about it, right before we started construction, my husband was like, why do you want to have bookshelves in here? Can we just not? He was begging me to just he was like, do something else? Do you know the entryway has some nice moldings and stuff? He's like, do that. Do a wallpaper, do like he's like, why do you want to have so many books? Yeah, he just didn't understand why I wanted bookshelves everywhere in the dining room, which liked to be fair to him. I totally get. Yeah, that's weird, yeah. Yeah. But I was so invested in it and stuck on it by that point that there was no hope. It was too late, you know? Almost in my mind, now there's like no limit to how many bookshelves that I could put in. If you have the space if you have one extra wall, you have one extra bookshelf. You know what I mean? Honestly, if I went to a house viewing and almost every room had some kind of library in it or was a library, I would feel like I understood that person. I would be like, yes. Exactly. This is what we wanted our home. And like one could be like a set of books that's like filled with puzzles, you know, I'd be like, yes, I get you. Okay, here's my question. I want to hear what the listeners think too, but do you think that having too many bookshelves in a house is like intimidating for home buyer? Because now we have three rooms in our house that have a significant amount of bookshelves that which obviously have to be filled with something, and yeah, that's like my one worry with it is like, I'm not thinking about selling right now, but if we did, does it seem like, what do I do with all these bookshelves? You know, if you don't already have a book collection, 'cause I know how much work they are to fill and it's honestly not that bad in my opinion, but I think for some people, the cost of it and then just like the time commitment of going back to the used bookstores or going to the library sales is not appealing as much as it is to me. You know, I hadn't really thought of it that way, but I guess you're right, it could be a little bit intimidating. I will say though, I like it when people style bookshelves with things other than books. So that's true. Or like a little bit of books, but then mostly decorative items or small pieces of art, or even like baskets that are full of kids toys or whatever, you know, like depending what's going on in the world. That's a good point. Maybe if they're not all stuffed, then that's better when you go to sell it so that people know they don't have to stuff it either. Well, plus I would say the cost of ripping out a bookshelf and then just like, you know, fixing the wall a little bit versus adding one, I mean, I'd rather rip it out. If I have to pick which one I'm going to pay for. So yeah, that's a good point too. So you would vote not that intimidating, not a real problem. I don't think so. I mean, I even think like moving to a bigger house when you know you don't have enough furniture yet. I mean, it's intimidating, but I think it's also exciting. So I would imagine that the right buyer is going to fill that way. Probably don't regret that until they've already moved in. On the notebooks, why don't you tell us a little bit about collecting books like tips and where you got all your books and things like that? Yes. So people always send me tips. I love talking about where to buy used books. So if anyone has tips or stories, send them away, I love hearing them. So my favorite things to do are so just use bookstore in Nashville, I've mentioned it before called McKay's. It's really big. Lots of the books are really cheap. I get books for 25 cents all the time. You know, or like a dollar. So it's not an intimidating cost and it's really fun since the huge shorts really fun to collect. So in the dining room library, I'll tell you all the sections. So there's a lot of spooky books 'cause that's what I'm really into right now, which is go, things like that. The tarot reading R is like any kind of thing there's like a whole wall for that. Supernatural. Yes. A whole shelf for Stephen King, a whole shelf for Margaret Atwood, things like that, Harry Potter shelf, a twilight shelf, of course. Yeah. Yeah, and then actually the Twilight shelf is like Twilight and Friends. Yeah, I saw some Anne Rice on there, so I was like, oh, is the vampire shell? Yes. And then the wall around the fireplace is all like art books, design books, and collecting, I'm trying to learn oil painting, some collecting a lot of painting books, and interior design books. I love old just like houses of New England, houses of Virginia. I love books like that. Can look at those all day, books about old rugs, like anything like that. So yeah, I mean I consider the journey and okay, I will say I've been collecting books for like a month, and it's like half full. So it is not crazy. And I think part of that is that the bottom portion of all the shelves is cabinets that are closed. So I don't have to fill those with books at all. Those can be for other things and that saves a lot of space. It's not as intimidating to fail. And there's like storage added. So I love a state sales and I wanted to give an estate sale tip. This is something that I only just learned this year and it is amazing. So there's this website called the state sales dot net. And just go on that website and sign up for notifications for your address like ten miles, 20 miles, whatever you want around your address and every weekend you'll get updates of the estate sales in your area. And it has been a game changer because they show pictures of everything. And I usually I probably go to one estate sale a month, like I don't go to that many, but I look every week to see what there is. And if it's someplace that has a huge collection of art books or my vampire books or whatever, then I'll be there. And there's other things like everyone has their vintage thing that they're looking out for. So I think that that is such a good tip. You can get an idea really quickly if it's in a state sale that attracts you or if it's like the same as most of the other ones, you know, like a lot of them are general elderly people stuff that you may be are into, so. Yeah, I like you can tell like, oh, this person had a style that I probably interested in. This type of stuff from my house. It's a similar style or whatever. Yeah..

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"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

05:43 min | 10 months ago

"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"The truth. Better. And I guess I don't listen to stories with sound on all that often. Which I guess probably most people don't understand. So I didn't even totally understand the hidden library part like that the armoire was going over the hole. I didn't even totally get that. A lot of people don't understand it. I think that it's one of those things where you're not going to understand even in some ways we're changing the plan as we go because it has modified quite a bit. So when it's done and we make a video showing how you walk through it, I think that'll be the best way to explain it. We're doing our best to try to show it, but also it's like, I'm still even imagining how it's going to turn out because I can't tell yet. The moment right now when we're recording, like the door isn't cut into the back of the armor yet, and there's kind of some screwy stuff going on with the walls, so I just don't know. I hope that it turns out really cute though. Well, it's one of those projects that it's very different. Okay, so in a few weeks when it's really done and we've really have videos and pictures, then we should do an episode and really explain it and show it and everything. But at this point, I'm still crossing my fingers that it turns out good. You know, it's definitely the strangest and most problem solving project I've had this year. Yeah, that makes sense. Yeah. Well, tell us then about your library dining room. That was the well, there were a few other things I saw while I was there, but that was the other big thing that you've been working on lately. So yeah. Let's get into that. Okay, yeah, so I wanted to share in this episode all about the library dining room. I was afraid that it was gonna be like a large amount of backlash, let's start there. I thought that I was gonna get crazy backlash. So basically like last year, I was desperate to just like have any kind of cute spot in the house because we hadn't started renovating yet Colin and I, we would put up a little wallpaper here or paint something here. Yeah, it just felt very bare. Yeah, but it beautiful house, just really bare. Yes. Empty empty. Just super yeah, like big and empty and then when it still had all the tile floors, like the vibe was just weird. Like there's no other way to explain it. Cavernous or I don't know what the right word is, but it felt like a cave. Yeah, big cold box. So anyway, what we did last year, I just like randomly had this idea, so we had this little stone ledge. Do you remember like when we first moved in there was like a stone ledge, little nook in the dining room, and it was super weird because the stone ledge was like way higher than the table. So it just made everything like it made the our very large dining room table look like shrunken dollhouse furniture, and it was just like confusing. And I knew I didn't like the stone. A lot of people did surprisingly, but it wasn't for me and it was like set into the drywall. So we go with anything else, but I can understand functionally, it was a spot to have like a buffet style dinner and you could probably set like hot things on the stone like a hot pot of soup or whatever. So I understand that, but it did not look like the rest of your house. You know, I just didn't go with anything. Right. Yeah, I mean, I'm not saying that it wasn't useful because we were setting games on it. It was like another little table. But yeah, it just had no vibe. So this is a 1990s house, it can be any style we want it to be. I know I don't want it to be 90s style. What do I want it to be? So I was like, either I want to channel kind of like the mid century leaning more into the 70s or do I want to channel more like the 1920s or earlier, like the kind of like, you know, the Nancy Meyers vibe that we love. And at first I was trying to do things with the 70s style because that was the one that comes the most easy to me, it matched more furniture that we had because we had just moved from two mid century houses in a row, and it just was the style also that we were like the most used to doing. It felt like it was like a part of my identity almost too. That I wasn't ready to give up. But then all year I was thinking, I really just want to do like I want to try to make it like a wannabe historical home. I really, really, really wanted a historical home and it just was not going to happen in our area with our House shopping options at all. And I just couldn't ever get over it. There was this one house that we looked at that it was sort of like the one that got away, right? Yeah. So anyway. Yeah. There's always one that sticks with you that you just like, you know. So when I was still thinking about the 70s, you know, a little more on the modern side vibe. We did a built in buffet, so we took the stone, hammered it out. Some kind of big sledgehammer, and then we added Colin did his first drawers built in there and they were really, really, really oversized. I don't think a picture can really show you. They were probably like four feet long. They weren't like moving in and out easily. Like Colin so good at building, but they weren't like professionally made cabinets. They didn't feel right because they were just so big. And it was his first time to make cabinets like that with drawers. And then better than I would. Yeah, I mean, they looked really good and they did work, and they wasn't like a drawer you open and shut every day. That wasn't really the problem. The problem was that we did this big arch over the top and it looked super cute. We painted it pink..

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"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"Answering a list of questions about vintage shopping and we're doing our first book report this week for a good girl's guide to murder by Holly Jackson. Yeah. Book club hell yeah. The book club is finally began. What's funny is I remember we promised them that we would do playing big first, but we changed it. See, that's why we told you that the book club has to be Lucy goosey because it really, really, really, really does. But we are both done reading a good girl's guide to murder, so we're gonna do that one this week and I'm excited. Yes, and that's gonna be at the end of the episode. So it's gonna have spoilers. So when we get to it, if you haven't read that yet, or if you're like in the middle and you don't want to know the ending, then skip that part of this episode and save it for when you're done with the book. Okay, so, oh, today is Valentine's Day, happy Valentine's Day. Happy Valentine's Day. We think Valentine's Day is a heart shaped pizza holiday. Yeah. Yeah, that's the most that I get out of it. Every once in a while, my husband gets me like a funny present on Valentine's Day, which I love. I love a funny present. Actually with kids, I guess I help them with their school valentines. That's all of it for me, though, what about you? Last year I put up some decorations, but I didn't get around to it this year. We just had a really busy January and I feel like I'm just keeping up with work, so nothing for me on the Valentine's. Yes. Okay, so another reason why I don't do as much with Valentine's anymore is because it's always at the same time as lunar new year. And our family celebrates lunar new year because if you didn't know both of our children are adopted from China, so yeah, we celebrated every year. We're about to have our big party this weekend and I've been decorating up a storm. It's really fun. I like it. They're always excited for the little gold coins you do in the envelopes. The coins are a thing. Yeah, the chocolate gold coins I should say. So addictive to my kids. Last week, I was invited to nova's kindergarten class and my husband went with me as well. And we set out oranges on the tables, and we got everyone a lunar new year coloring book, and then we read a book about lunar new year. All the kids were raising their hand, asking if the monster from the legend was real, and I was like, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. It's not real. It was so fun. And my daughter knows the list jumping up in front of the kids being like, and there's mooncakes and you're not supposed to cut your hair and just like saying all the little facts that she knew. So it was very cute and it made me feel just really happy that her Asian culture was being celebrated in kindergarten class. That's awesome. That's really cute. She sounded like she was very into it. I love that. Yes, okay, so I just found out, actually, you always find out when you do something wrong and you post it on Instagram, right? Immediately. Okay, so mooncakes are for the auto moon festival and lunar new year is more about other Asian traits, but hey, we learned to make mooncakes and it was fun and I don't think it's bad. Hopefully I don't think it's bad that we included that. Well, to be honest, nova got me a Chinese baking cookbook for Christmas. That was her gift to me, which was so sweet and so I had told her then that we were going to do one of the treats from it. We'd make a recipe from it the next time I visited her. Yes. And so honestly, I just picked something from the cookbook that seemed easy, like it didn't have a lot of ingredients and that we could accomplish with small children. So that was really why we picked the mooncakes. We did also kind of different moon cakes. It's one that has ice cream in the center instead of like red chocolate or anything. Which was in the cookbook. It was like one of the options, but I was like, oh, this will be easier. You know, cooking with kids, you try to make sure that it could be something that they can help with and be successful and all of that. So that was really why we picked it to be honest. It was extremely easy. So in the show notes today, I will link the cookbook because it's actually a Chinese baking book. Which is super fun. Oh, I'll also link the mooncake molds because that was a part of it and I'll show a picture. So all of that will be in the show notes today and then we also did a frozen themed Tea Party. So for Christmas, Emma shared a couple weeks back that marigold got her a princess Elsa dress, an adult sized princess dress. So I went on Amazon and ordered the princess on a dress fomo, and then nova got the Olaf costume 'cause she's not into dresses right now, and then of course marigold was like young Anna, or sorry, young Elsa. Yeah, not Anna. No, no, no. Elsa only. Yeah, so we had a delightful Tea Party we lasted the soundtrack of frozen and pretty much ate some candy at about 9 in the morning. It was super fun and magical. It's just a regular old Tea Party, dressed up like princesses, normal, Saturday morning stuff. It was really special and it was cute. It was so wonderful having a men town for the weekend. It's probably definitely gonna be like my favorite weekend of the whole year. It was just perfect. It was the perfect weekend. It was, it was great. And I got to see some of your in progress renovations in person. Instead of just seeing them on Instagram like everybody. Did you think it looked better.

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"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"You're listening to the beautiful mask podcast in this many episode I'm sharing my life map, which is kind of like a little biography with a lot of random stuff. I haven't shared before. In my shared hers recently in today, I'm here to share mine. Yeah. I like how you describe a life map. That's fun. Yeah, I mean, I think it sounds kind of like the outline version. If you were starting a biography, I don't plan to ever write a memoir, so this is it. Okay. This is it. There you go. I'll probably definitely write one someday. You know, probably not. I don't know. Now that you said you won't you probably will. Okay. Yeah. Cursed. The curse. Okay, so my first memories were being creative when I was really young, making art with my mom. My biggest sensory memories are painting with my mom and being in my dad's garden. My dad's always had a beautiful garden and we've always helped him shell the peas and helps him pick the carrots and it's a really happy part of our childhood. And Emma's episode she said that if she could describe our family in a word, it would be creative. I love that because I completely agree. I think that was part of the magic of childhood. For me, and I have this theory that it's really important for kids to feel good at something from a young age and art gave me that. It gave me a way to feel talented and special from a young age 'cause I mean, you know, it's like it's hard to be the best in your class at something. You know what I mean? But I was always the best in my class at art. And I always knew I could do anything I wanted to in art. I could learn it, I could do it and just like knowing that opens up endless possibilities that, you know, it's just a mind shift. So yeah, so that was magical. So I was a pretty loud kid. I was a bit of an attention hog, if you will. But what's weird is I kind of went through extremes because I became a lot more shy in elementary school and actually painfully shy through upper elementary school and through all of high school and now I actually think I'm both. Because I am painfully shy, but I also thrive on a lot of attention, clearly I'm a blogger, I mean, I can't deny that I am conditioned to receive a lot of attention, it's weird, though, but I still really, really struggle with being in big groups and like going to events like showing up when I'm invited places is still really hard for me. So yeah, that shy and nervous energy that came up during those years never really went away. Which, yeah, I wish it would, but I'm glad I don't know. I guess I'm glad to be both. And sometimes I can hide it. Pretend. Temporarily. The show must go on. Like, whatever Emma and I have done public speaking before. It's like completely like putting it all the energy in my body out there and then that night I'm like a slug on a rug. Yeah, yeah, we're like. So yeah, my school years were very hit and miss. I had a lot of bleak experiences in my childhood, which I am on the Kelly Kelly Clarkson. If it doesn't kill you, makes you stronger. Vibe with that stuff. I don't want my kids to be bullied, but I'm like very prepared to show them a bigger perspective when and if it happens. So yeah, in elementary school, my nickname was butt picker and my other nickname was I'll see the cow because so I don't know if you all grew up with Borden milk, cartons, but we did an ars said the word elsie. On the carton, our milk cartons at school that we were raised with we got the whole day. Their mascot the cow was named elsie in unfortunately, that was also your name. Right. And for some reason kids felt that was something to make fun of you for. I don't know, it's not even though good of a bird. Really, but it's not even a good insult, but yeah, when I would walk onto the school bus, kids would say moo. I was bullied in a kind of silly way from a young age and I do believe that it made me a stronger adult and it taught me some positive things like sometimes you're in a group and it's just not your group. Or it's just not your people. And later on, you'll find a better group where you can thrive and shine and feel more like yourself and feel more accepted and that's kind of how I live my life on the Internet now. It's like some days it's just not your day. And it's like a survival skill thing and then other days it feels like I was born to do this and you know it's just both and I guess it always has been. Anyway, oh. Done. This is so sad. So in junior high, I threw a party with my best friend and we hand made invitations and handed them out to almost every kid in school, definitely like all our Friends and lots of strangers and just like anyone we thought would be fun to come to the party and actual number zero people showed up actually zero people came to our party. And eventually, after a few hours, her dad called some of the older boys from our church, he was like a youth leader, so he was basically like, please come over and make them feel better because no one came to their party. And so then we were like, cool, boys came to our party. Didn't invite them, but so yeah, it was like kind of, I did grow up feeling like a loser kind of. But I don't think it's a bad thing. I think it's kind of cool like it teaches you. Not to put all of your eggs in one basket and I always knew that there was like other places where I could feel more accepted, but it definitely for me wasn't in school. And then I were like in the punk rock, phase in high school. It was the 90s and we were listening to Jimmy world as I mentioned before..

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"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"elsie" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"So yeah, we did get all of the floors in the living room dining room and entryway Jack hammered out and the powder bathroom. But there's still some in the kitchen area because we couldn't we thought about just taking it all out at once, but first of all, I would have had to pick the kitchen flooring prematurely and I didn't have in mind what I want yet and the other thing is we would have to remove our island now and we use it a lot, so I thought about removing it and just putting a table there for the year, but for us it was worth it to just break it up. So we did so we do still have lots of Olive Garden floors in our House. There's some in the upstairs bathroom too. But eventually, maybe next year will be down to the last of it. At this point I'm just happy to get rid of some of it, right? So Jeremy and I did a compromise and really it was more compromised on his end. Surprise surprise. And our cover wise is that we're we are doing wood in the living areas and then we're doing tile in the kitchen area and also the breakfast room which are the main access points for people who are using the pool 'cause that's like where the drink fridge is, it's where our kids come in to go up to their bedroom after swim lessons, so I do think that it's a pretty good plan. I do think it's gonna feel a lot actually it felt cozier kind of like immediately even though we still have plywood floors at the time we're recording this. It's already feels cozier to me than those tile floors like tile floor in the living room. I'm convinced it's like why our House was sitting on the market when we bought it. You know, I'm convinced that that's like drove people away. It's just a real, you know, make mansion fixer upper. Yes, whenever we first bought it and we were trying to think of a hashtag, we wanted to call it elsie's broken mansion, but we thought that using the word mansion would turn people off and also it's technically not a mansion, like there's a Google will definition for mansion that it does not meet. So it's not a mansion. It's a mix mansion. And we know that. We accept that we're self aware. So basically we're doing the dancers living areas and the upstairs bedroom. Our bedroom. We're doing our ceiling thing that we. Really well. We'll explain explain that. Okay, so I'm gonna put a picture in the show notes, so this was like the one time that I explained it to the contractor and then I showed him my drawing and he said they can do it exactly like the drawing and I was like, yeah. So it's just a paneled like a beadboard paneled ceiling. And the reason why that we felt like it's worth it is because the room is like, it's a really large main bedroom. It's actually like a really hard to decorate room. It has scale issues. So we're adding a pretty big tile fireplace. It's gonna be a faux fireplace with like remote candle, like nothing, no gas in my bedroom, no thanks. And then yes, I'm paneling on the ceiling and I think that that'll make like we've talked before about how 90s houses can have these big, open ceilings that are kind of like they're supposed to be like this grand feature, but then they kind of end up looking kind of crappy. So it kind of has that like it just doesn't really look like this grand as it could. So I think that adding the detailing fingers crossed is gonna completely change the vibe of the room. And if it doesn't, I am gonna cry. Okay. But I'm really excited about it. And last year, if anyone is new, last year when we first moved in, we did the upstairs floors, which were all carpet and we added wood and we added herring bone floors just to the main bedroom. So that room already has herringbone floors. It already has a beautiful rug and the furniture is fine with me. Some people have left me mean comments about it. I did get new night stands, though, 'cause so many people told me my nightstands were too small. So I took one of their advices, but maybe not all of them. But anyway, I think just wait and see it with the panel ceiling in the fireplace. I believe that it's gonna be amazing and maybe I'll wallpaper it. I'm not sure yet, but hopefully it'll be done this year. So that's what I was gonna ask is like, what general is the timeline on all these things? I understand the phases, but yes. So the timeline for these rooms that we're doing right now is that everything's supposed to be done by March. And that is like a generous timeline. So I hope that it really is in better be and we are actually starting to plan ahead now for our next set of spaces, so we'll start our next one. We'll start our next phase basically immediately as soon as we wrap up this one. All right, so let's just talk about what's special about each room and then maybe for the show notes I can show like the mood boards 'cause I've been making these little mood boards for Instagram and I'll show them in the show notes as well. Cool. Okay, well first let me just say that the way our House was when we bought it was totally open in the living spaces like completely open, and we added.

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We went to Scottsdale, Arizona for the She Podcasts Live 2021 Conference! - burst 18

Messages & Methods: Livecast Life 2.0

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

We went to Scottsdale, Arizona for the She Podcasts Live 2021 Conference! - burst 18

"If you want to stand out in one of these events make sure you put on a piece of clothing. So the first thing that she had was this. I don't know what is that a dragon mascot is no. It's just a smiley face. Winky kind of a winky smiley face our Like it's chuckling. And then she had a king's dies. I don't want to call it a purse. It was a bag. Just seems tote bag a tote bag but it was completely rhinestone covered. And i can't tell you how many people would say oh. Let me take your fijian's seek sequence right. And then she was wearing hass. She brought all these hats with her that she would wear and it literally worked people would come up and introduce

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"elsie" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"elsie" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

"Elsie oh my gosh. We're recording surly. This morning. i honestly am half. My brain is not quite in my head. It's no big for me. The kids are back to school already. Oh my gosh i. It's yeah it's been it's b. I don't know why. I've been having a hard time sleeping. Just staying asleep. So i'm a little bit tired. Her but as i was prepping for our thing you know. I'm getting all my stuff ready and plugging all the buttons..

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GANs in Finance

Data Skeptic

02:10 min | 1 year ago

GANs in Finance

"My name is florian. italy. I'm a recent graduate of the university of applied scientists in the field of engineering and management with specialization on industrial engineering for listeners. Who aren't familiar. Could you share a general definition of what is industrial engineering well. Industrial engineering applies to often optimizing in trying to improve on industrial processes of various nature. So it's actually an umbrella term for a lot of stuff well. I'm a little bit surprised that someone with an industrial engineering background would know about generative adversarial. Networks it's a very contemporary new idea in computer science. What about your background. Got you some exposure to this topic. Flora graduating at jeet. Some projects on time series. So i ended up being very interested in financial time series and that kind of stuff so when it was time to do my bachelor thesis i actually migrated to a more of a financial mathematics fields in my university. Although my titled will still be industrial engineer engineer. I think my work gravitated towards more of a quantitative finance field in my exposure to quantitative finance. I've always found it to be a very numerical heavy computation. Heavy stats driven. Approach that those are the methodologies that get picked not so much machine learning although that's been transitioning what's your perception of the field and its adoption of machine learning techniques. How far has the pendulum swung the other direction. Well what i see is right now. That's a lot of new firms and you if it's a hedge funds are new. Research teams inside of peak. Financial establishments are moving faster towards is new type of modeling. But i would say yeah. Historically banking as finance hasn't been exactly as machine learning focused as it is now or as it starting to be. But i would say that depends Probably have swung. Based on increasing computational power and the improvement of this kind of machine learning methods overall elsie

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PRO TALK With Remodeler Mike Patterson

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

PRO TALK With Remodeler Mike Patterson

"Welcomes the fine home building. Pro-talk podcast a regular discussion with building industry professionals. This is senior editor. Patrick mccomb today on joined by remodeler. Fine homebuilding contributor. J elsie live presenter and russian motorcycle rider mike patterson. We're going to have to talk more about that later right man. It's really nice to have you on the show. We've known each other for years going back to jail. See live in 'oughts. Yeah what's it's great to have you. Thanks for doing this. can you. please tell me what you do Your remodeler gaithersburg maryland. For a long time. Can you talk about your business. Food clients are. What kind of projects did that kind of stuff. So we are our small shopowners myself from the office so And i had gone. It'll show we do much work to do. I was eating nine. You presented work. You do is spur for architects architect. Really work as one outlay Smart work is designed not And so i worked with her any for twenty years A lot of words you get. I worked holdouts belts for almost two years ago. What made you put your tolls down. Was it physically or was it some other reason about I'm sixty seven now. We'll be twenty seven shortly so wearing belsen at long just takes toll on you. Back of neck out and But also just sort of the point where. I was kind of limited in what i could do. I had had some is in years prior to the crash at work yourself always using yes

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Erika Jayne's Bankruptcy Lawyer Has Dropped Her as a Client

Donna and Steve

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Erika Jayne's Bankruptcy Lawyer Has Dropped Her as a Client

"Hills. She was dropped by her lawyers following the release of that Hello documentary, the housewife and the Hustler. Um they, her law firm filed paperwork to withdraw as her counsel in her husband's Chapter seven bankruptcy case. And um, notified her. Also on Monday, the same day that the documentary aired. The lawyers are saying that their relationship of trust and confidence that's essential to a you know a functioning properly functioning attorney client relationship has broken down and so The relationship is irreparable, and now she needs to retain new attorneys. Erika Jayne filed for divorce in November after 20 years of marriage to this Tom Girardi right, so the case is ongoing because he was forced into involuntary bankruptcy. These two, according to one lawyer who spoke in the documentary. They are in this together in these bankruptcy proceedings, um, a lot of the debts that they owe. They probably go together. It's going to be hard for her to say that she didn't know anything that's going on. If you remember she's listed. She's listed as a secretary of one of his Elsie's. Oh, and also Money was transferred from one of those LLCs to her company, E. J. Global, Alright. They are accused of really pretending to divorce also that they can just move these funds over to her and say that. Oh, that was a gift that doesn't count in the divorce proceedings so they could protect some of their assets. Yep. So now, although Erica Jean has not he's been a I believe

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"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

"You can cut it just a little bit before it starts in a little bit after it stops and it does sound like the word sometimes. Sometimes you hear a pop and then you got to zoom in and kind of cut out where the wave lines match you. Don't get that papa. Yeah i do it all the time. I do it all the time and so i was very proud of myself where we didn't have too much of that stuff so anyway it's only eighteen minutes by the way so it's a short one. Do you wanna hear speaking of makeup about something. That i've been watching. It's not exactly a podcast but kind of sure. No no it's your. I just wanted to write the valley. Syrian s. a. r. i n. Look her up on facebook. She has this amazing show called murder mystery and makeup where she tells you about a terrible murder while she does that days. Make up only. She's a makeup artists so she does like dramatic makeup. But it's like she picks a well so like for example. She just did the one. I was watching earlier. This morning was about a spoiled rich girl who killed her parents because they cut off her allowance and she did a look. That was like very dark is but very light lip. I don't know it just seemed like something like a spoiled cheerleader with local. Anyway it's just fun to watch it. She's not necessarily giving you the makeup tutorial. It's more just watching your make up on and her you know from start to finish if you've ever watched like a person put their makeup on and their make artists pretty interesting. So i'm saying but i liked it. It's accompanied with murder. Well good i like it that it's coming at a makeup tutorial all in one by the way i'm of speaking of the same thing that it was accompanied with murder. I mean not saying that. I was accompanied with murder but remember when we cover not the apple. Watch talk the talk thing like there's like when you go. You have walking note when you have a wok with some famous person. That's just talking while you are walking member we covered. Yeah okay so i did it in. It's great and it's a really wait. Who wasn't i think it was the a-. Yeah i wanna do that. Also so down to earth into walking on the beat and i and i was walking in. She was walking and she was just talking about stuff. And i thought this is i live. I love this so much. It made me feel really happy. And i kind of got a little bit. But it didn't in some way it could have been anyone talking like it was so expansive the conversation about stuff that it wasn't anything specific and then oh but she did have some of her music towards the end so in the full first part was just talking she was just talking then towards the end she brought in some song so she said this is a. This is a song that i like or this is a another. She was talking about the specific songs and then they played them. So that's a special thing for apple fitness plus because obviously podcasters can't do that but she played some of those songs that were part of the thing but i thought this is a fantastic idea. I enjoyed it. And i'm going to do it again. I don't know who else. I'm gonna listen to you but it was really great you know see Doesn't the dollar bills to have fun tonight. Did you know that please stop it. Because i don't know enough to even think that's great what you just said that you're so smart and stuff. You're probably her songs. I probably do. But i don't know their names main the two songs that you should listen to our cheap thrills..

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"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

"Fo music. streaming options showed the strongest impact in promoting positive attitude towards brands. That said though. No because there's another like the other thing i highlighted that's in green. There was a quote there that says this is like the first time that it's assess the differences in these throwing audio fraud. Acts okay so maybe the third one was eat. Those three maybe. The third one wasn't included in the eight hundred other studies that i've called for presentations and talked about on this show. Have i talked about brand lift studies and stuff on here. Podcast wanted to brand live study. Have you not read what it says. This is the first time that anyone has demonstrated from the perspective of the brain. That radio podcasting in music streaming or processed differently and should be treated they. Were they expecting different findings so we already know that. People have more memory of a product when they're listening to a podcast host. I mean that's nice that you could do it from the do it from a foot activity and it will. I guess be the same because it's the same result foot activity. I'm just saying. I think this is quite an exciting thing and i think folks can really take so it's so exciting. It's an exciting visiting okay. I love. I think you think it's exciting is because you haven't read these stories eight thousand times from this but i should know this already know. But you're again. You're seeing it from the advertiser marketing sales perspective. I'm seeing it. From the the actual human being perspective from the embodiment perspective from the power of the brain with audio medium from the ability for us to understand why podcasts are so important in people's lives. okay. Here's what i feel like you did. I feel like okay. You know that you know that american horror story is scary and i think what you did is take that. Show do some brain tests and then go but look your brain and neurological activity. Says you're scared. We'll know yes but there sometime. Hey listen if hey. I think Validation again because you know when we started this whole conversation here..

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"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

"Feeling luxurious. Is that what you eat any way or are you like making sure that you don't eat something more bad for you. That's all i have. I don't have what do you want more though or no i don't want more. That's good. I've gotten to the point before it was a lot more but i don't i broken myself off of the crazy stuff in what i have found as well. Is that my body now. Has that sort of limit of enough is enough. Even when I obsolete adore coffee. It's my life. It's i love it so much. It's scary how much i love it. But if i allow myself more than my thirteen ounce amount of coffee in the morning. I go i really want another now Every time i make myself the other cup. I feel like crap every single time i avoid coffee for that reason. It really wreaks havoc on my digestion painful dot. I've noticed that most things will make me feel that. In fact maybe accept. No even sugaring carries right. Sugar is a drug and it's a bad bad bad bad drug. I'm currently on the wagon. I need to become awfully off the wagon. I'm off the wagon with sugar. So i have to get back on it because it is starting to ruin my life and i mean i'm i'm taking a medication that is supposed to make me not want sugar and that's not exactly how it works. I don't not want sugar. I am full faster from it. So like if i do decide for example like yesterday don't get mad at me. Yesterday i was talking to yesterday. We had mcdonalds remember. Did you know. I did not no. No i have mcdonalds. I ordered a coke a large fries and a double cheeseburger. I had one quarter of the coq. I had only the soggy fries from the mcdonald's. I did not eat the double cheeseburger because i was stuffed after that i was so full after that i couldn't eat nearly as much not only that couldn't eat dinner..

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"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

"Yeah it was a feeling of holy shit now what it was a. Yeah it was like. Yeah i think i would describe it as sheer panic. I like it i was. I remember. I remember specifically like my whole entire body went cold. My heart started be and then i started to see white at the sit down. Almost how. yeah that's sad was. It was very surprising. I mean yeah but you have to. It was nothing to do with that. It had everything to do with the ptsd that was processing from having hunter hunter. Yeah there's there's something about finding out right after you have one that you're going to have another one. That is really an unforgettable experience like well. I have three at home. I remember at eight months when emily was eight months. I remember feeling like for the first time. I had a little bit of freedom. She could be with the babysitter. I could finish. I was finishing college. Sadly my cousin was at my husband was a university of delaware. I used to leave. Emily with michael because i mean he wasn't. I don't know how good of a babysitter he was but she was easy because she was like nine months and then like a week into that. I go to the doctor and i'm pregnant again. I was like what the why. Why why. I was just getting my life back my body back my sanity back. Why now. plus you know still didn't like their dad as much as i probably showed of. So you know yeah that was quite the eye-opener god anyway twins. I mean i'm sure the fourth you were having four though right. That wasn't planned. I'm assuming it was wonderful..

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Make Your Podcast Better with Elzie Flenard

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Make Your Podcast Better with Elzie Flenard

"We're talking all about podcasts. And my guest is elsie flint. Hard and he is here to help us. he has. This amazing company called podcast town and he is a phenomenal podcast producers. So l z. Thank you so much for being on. The show tells a little bit more about you. And how did you get started in this podcast world. Well first of all thank you so much for having me anytime. I get the unity talk and people actually listen. I'm all excited. So thank you so much for the opportunity. A little bit about me. I've been in office for about seventeen years both in music and the spoken word and long story short. I founded podcast town. Because i wanted to other people get their voice out there get their message out there and so our our vision is to create a town where every voice is heard in. That's what we do. We help people's voices get heard and for you know for those listeners. Out there you might have picked up on my whole flight team will els. Got the whole podcast counting. He is the mayor of podcast town. And i just love it i love. I love a good theme. Now i gotta tell you l z. I audio is not my thing like visual. I can look at a photograph. And i can tell you what's good about it. What's not good about it. i've got a background in photography As well as a degree in psychology but audio. Like i can remember when my husband brought these gold cables or cords or something in for our tv. And he's like oh it's going to really dramatically improve the sound and my son was sitting there and he was like listening in his like night and day difference. I didn't hear one iota of change. I don't get it i. I don't know why you spend all this money on these gold cable fema jigs and so audio is not my thing and that's why i think. Sometimes we as entrepreneurs rely on other sports that are out

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Metro Atlanta spa shooting victims identified

NBC Nightly News

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Metro Atlanta spa shooting victims identified

"We've learned more about the deadly shooting rampage in atlanta. All eight victims have now been identified as surveillance video shows the suspect entering one of the spas. The president and vice president were there today to support the community. Blaine alexander has more the surveillance video is simply chilling. A suspected gunman walks into young's asian massage the first stop on his deadly rampage later. The chaotic math police rushing to the door others watching in disbelief lost in the carnage eight lives and army veteran a newlywed. A business owner delaney. Yawn was out for a spa with her husband. They were in separate rooms when he heard the gunshots. We want people to know about your sister. Everything was family to her. She always wanted people to keep positives moving forward and still fighting for his life. Elsie is hernandez ortiz. He called his wife as soon as he was hit. The only thing he said. I've been shot please calm. She says that she could barely understand him anymore. Because his voice was starting to fade away today at atlanta president biden. Vice-president hairs spent their first official trip together meeting with members of the asian american community. We'd been attacked lame. Scapegoating harassed is a year living in fear for their lives on capitol hill a somber silence and across the country. Outrage tonight suspect's lawyer says in a statement. He advised his client to waive his first court appearance. Adding our firm will conduct a thorough investigation on his behalf. Now all eyes on officials as they work to determine the motive and weather to officially label. It a hate crime

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Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson Receives 7 Game Suspension After Hitting Boston Bruins' Brandon Carlo

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson Receives 7 Game Suspension After Hitting Boston Bruins' Brandon Carlo

"Tom wilson's added again. The washington capitals rugged. Ford i was gonna call him tough guy but that was very tough thing. He did there recently against the boston. Bruins tom wilson has now been suspended for seven games for a hit against the boards on boston's brandon carlo. And it was well ugly in every way hit can be ugly. It was basically carlo up against the boards. Got the pocket and his skates. And wilson comes up and pretty much collides with the side of the guy's head and he left the game due to injury and It was just and it's not one of those deals where he can sort of. Give the guy the benefit of the doubt. Tom wilson continually runs into trouble with the nhl law and I mean these seven game. Suspensions four-game game suspensions the they just don't seem to be getting through to this guy. Now what did you think of him. There's no doubt in my mind that that he's lining up the guy's head okay whether shoulder right. That's the big hit right. That's the big hit when you when you leave the ice. Hers people incorrectly. See all the time. He left his feet. You know when he when he's leaving the isis the guys up against the boards. I think he's not even looking at him. Got his head down and this guy sort of lays into them with a shoulder to connect with his head. Okay so that's that's a terrible brutal disgusting dirty hidden hockey. Triple that stevie. When you're looking at the guys had up against the glass and you're gonna go smashing. You know like the guy the guys up the guys up against the boards and there's his his face might even be against the glass when he does it steve. It's just freaking heinous man idea. I thought i. That's what i thought when i looked out said that's like punching a guy down steve that's like punching a guy when his heads on the ice and you know as heads on the ice right. They don't do it right. You seldom see that right. The guy will pull up. What was the example. Last week was a beautiful example. The guy waving the linesmen and because he was going to use going to murder the kitty was fighting right. Yeah but this guy. I think he. He saw it from a mile away in terms of hockey speed. You know like you have a good two seconds there and tried to smash his head like a pumpkin into the glass. That's what i that's what i saw. Elsie the same. I mean and it's and it's this guy it's one of those deals where maybe i'm throwing around benefit of doubt of. It's somebody who's never done something like this before because it is a fast game and guys move the last second but there's nothing i can find here where i i can even begin to go down that road. A it's is tom wilson. You know if there's been a murder and there's a serial killer hanging around the scene of the crime. I'm gonna probably look his way and not given benefit of the doubt It's tom wilson and brandon. Carlo is totally stationary up against the boards. There was one today it was. Let's see. I think it was chicago in saint. Louis i wanna say and There was a big hit Behind the net and I mean it was one where he could look at and say okay. Well that's second go either way but this one was just. This is a guy. Carlos stationary against the boards. He didn't change direction. Didn't spin at the last second. He's totally still. And this guy had really his choice of where he wanted to hit him and He clearly chose get the the good. Maybe do the most damage knock this guy goofy. Get the puck and off. I go and intimidating. That's tom wilson's game. And so it's that's that's the frustrating part of it but more than that though it's hard for me to get to work out a budget anymore. Because the nhl at large doesn't seem to care that much y'all through a seven game suspension. Well this guy's been suspended repeatedly in the league and It doesn't seem to change anything for him and they don't ever seem to want to do something more fierce with this

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Why Do Children Give the Cold Shoulder To Someone They Love?

Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Moge?l

05:50 min | 1 year ago

Why Do Children Give the Cold Shoulder To Someone They Love?

"The time. I will let it go and how resentful indignant frustrated and annoyed are you. It depends. I don't like getting to the place where. I feel resentful so i try to do that. Enter talking and decide. Okay if i'm not gonna let this bother me. That i really have to let it go but i will say yes. There are times where. I will let it go. And i might be just a little. Ooh yeah like he's feeling for sure. Yeah it takes me just a little bit being like that and then we'll get through it and then it's fine and then there are times where i have that talk and i'm like nope. This is not okay with me. And i i wanted to talk about it and say something and have a conversation. Does it do any good. It does like we had a recent disagreement. Please tell so. I did not know that daisy and eric had had a conversation about getting daisy on tiktok to see an older cousin that we have in the family who has an account and she was excited about it and i did not hear about this and cut too i just heard that daisy was signing up for tiktok. How did you hear. She was coming over to eric and saying okay. Now what do i do. And he was telling her. Don't forget your password. Write it down somewhere and i ask. Oh but she doing joining terrorist groups ugly saying getting on tiktok. There was no discussion in my mind. I just reacted in that moment. And i said oh no. I don't want her on tiktok. That was a big thing for me. In hindsight i probably should have waited to. Maybe reacted one of the reasons that you react. That way is you are at a state of semi alert to alarm at all times and your waiting for the intel to drop. Yeah so you heard the words get on and tiktok and it had not been passed by you and that fell on top of a pile of frustration about this child man's judgment and the ambivalence you have about. What a warm loving fun guy so close to his daughters his daughters who are coming of age and we'll have crushes on boys and they are getting so deeply cherished by their sweet dad and at the same time you know so much about what goes on in the world of social media and girl self esteem and identity and sexuality that you have your good angel and the devil gas each on your shoulders arguing at all times. The corpus callosum the connects the right and left hemisphere of women's brains is thicker than in men and it means that women naturally us both sides of their brains to make decisions and for men. It's sometimes a little bit more easier and direct. Is it a cousin or a friend who was on tiktok. it's my cousin's daughter cousins to hire so exciting celebrity family member on tick doing adorable vance and she has her own channel. So cool and now spoilsport. Here is hyper vigilant. That's what we call it. Then psychology jumping in to say you did what so what happened in that moment. The main reason. I got irritated as we were with our pod and there are a couple guys there too and it was very emasculating issues. Like no. she's not watching. Tiktok that okay. And i'm like and furs liberal. As i am parenting. I do default to whatever she says. I mean. i'm definitely the beta as far as you hear me fall to whatever. She says. you can't read her mind right. And so that's your intention and that's your kind of moral position but in a case like this and this is a beautiful example here you were joining with your daughter. In a celebration of cousins expansiveness on the magnificent new platform tiktok swirling the pandemic world with joy. And then this bitch comes in humiliates you in front of your friends or male and female pie and you think okay. I'll just swallow this and eat some more sugar with the girls and it will be totally our country. Exactly the ugly. What happened so get resolved. So the next morning i went to bed it was bothering me and i did feel bad for the way that i handled it so no conversation between the afterward no thanksgiving night. We're both. oh yeah. Yeah so the next morning. I said something i said i you know i'd really like to get this off my chest. What time what plays what. Words was probably around nine. Am and i think. I use the words. I'd really like to get this off my chest and were the two of you alone. Girls there were alone and he was not in the most open mood. But i felt like i really wanted to talk about it in the kitchen. Seated standing i was seated. He was standing. How'd you had breakfast her. Yeah so i started with. I really wanna get this off my chest and correct me if i'm wrong. I said you know. I want to have a conversation about tiktok ortho. I want to back up just a little bit. Because we're going to parse words sir. I really want to get this off my chest. Strikes

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Elsie Teaches Emma To Be An Internet Mom

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

06:58 min | 1 year ago

Elsie Teaches Emma To Be An Internet Mom

"You're listening to beautiful podcasts. Emma recently shared that. She's expecting a baby this summer. So in this episode. I'm giving her a one on one on how to survive life as an internet mom online bullying in general overstepping in parenting on. The internet is always tough. But it's extra extra extra tough when you're a brand new mom so if you're at a similar stage in life to us this episode is for you and if not you can just listen and be glad that it's not you. Yeah yeah i was like how about we do an episode where you just give me advice about being a mom online. Because i just feel like. That's one area that People get royal judgy in mean on like even more than normal yet. I'm like ooh what's going on with this. Like i didn't become a mom till i can't remember enough. I was thirty four. Thirty five luscious say. I was in my mid thirties. When i became a mom so i had a whole decade of watching other people do online before i started so i knew it was gonna be rocky in that way. Yeah and it was everyone has boundaries whether you see them or not but even if you feel like you have pretty tight boundaries other people will not see it that way and it's it's just very challenging because a lot of the meanest comments you'll get our projections. It's not even really about something you did. It's about something that that person feels or that that person went through or that they're somehow trying to protect your child from so let's jump in. We've been blogging fourteen years so we definitely know how to deal with rude comments. Let's just put that out there. In the beginning it does get easier. We know how to delete in block. We know how to respond. We know how to learn from something. That is legitimate criticism. All of those things are normal to us for seasoned pros but when it comes to being a mom it does change it a little bit and I wanna give them a pep talk. That i never got because in some ways i wasn't prepared and i think especially in my first year of parenthood. I was a little bit more defensive than i am now. I wish that i wouldn't have been interesting. The internet tends to get really really invested in bloggers having babies and. I know that this already happening to emma. Even though it's like she's the most private person. I know a lot of bloggers. And she's probably like in the top two. Most private bloggers out of all of our group of friends. And it's still going to happen. So take notes emma. Here's your pop talk. Are you ready. Yes. let's do it. Yes and tell me and tell me what you think about each thing. Because i want to hear your thoughts to. I don't know parenting. I wanna say up front like the one of the reasons why we didn't make this parenting podcast and why we don't do. A lot of parenting advice is because that's not our job and we know that like i don't want it to be your job but i think in this one episode. I think it's worth it to just like go there Because we have learned some things and you're about to enter into a season where you're the most tired and the most stretched then that you've been in a long time and then to pile people being mean to you on top of that is just not fair. That's what i wish people. Well and i definitely feel like When people have made comments or criticism of my job which is like pudding In craps and things like that on the internet so if someone's like this recipe sucks. I'm like well you know this. I m putting this out there as a part of my career. Cookbook out. I you know have a. That's a big part of what i do on our blog. I feel a lot more like okay. This is what i'm choosing. But i don't really consider being a mom part of my career. I consider it something that i've always wanted to do. And i'm sure. I will want to share photos of my child and and myself being pregnant and things like that here and there but i don't really think of it as this is a career move. I just think of it as oh my mom's going to want to see this i'll post. Yeah okay well. It's harder when it's like that on that. No i have to skip ahead to point number five. Just read too early because it relates to what you're saying it says okay even if you make zero dollars from your kid never put them in and at et cetera. People will still call your mom blogger so just like let it happen. I was in a magazine article in. I think like people last year where they were calling me a mom blogger and it also had like clear and joanna from the home edit. They're definitely not mom bloggers either and then it had us with like you know some of the people who actually are mom workers so i feel like just having a kid in some people's minds makes you in the category of mom blogger. But i do think it's own business that the people who choose to do that they make these choices they make these big boundaries. They make these sacrifices. None of those things are we doing. And we're not even trying to enter into that category. It just gets muddy and other people's minds. Yeah okay so my first piece of advice and this is the best advice anyone ever gave to me. Before i became a mom and i think it's the most important parenting advice you can have is that you have to choose to listen to your instincts over everything so especially being a mama will want to give you a lot of advice from everything from you. Know your car seat choice to your education choices. You know if you ever open up about anything personal or any kind of struggle with your kid. The advice you'll get will be overwhelming and massive but your inner voice is already telling you at least for me every point in my parenting journey. My instincts have told me what to do. And i think that you can really trust them. They're there for a reason and they're really the biggest thing that you don't wanna ignore to now that makes sense. Yeah i'd i didn't read a ton of parenting books i've talked before about. I love the danish way of parenting. I and i did read a couple of books about adoption when we were first opting but reading like a ton a parenting books. I don't think is necessary. I think you have to listen to your own. Inner voice and it's good also to get like a core group of other moms who have some stuff in common with. You can listen to them. Like i usually ask my best friend a couple questions a year. You know or ask other moms. Who are bloggers laura. You know like ask her things whenever it has to do with like you know blogger specific stuff so

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"elsie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"elsie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Gold exploration stocks in text, the word gold 248542 and don't get left behind in 2021 Text Gold 248542. Elsie Townsend from Wisconsin, who gave birth to her fourth child, while in a medically induced coma, says it was a joy to finally meet Baby Lucy on January 27th gently Skinny, great big smiles and looks at me like she always exactly why Woz and made me feel You feel happy? Derek Townsend says he wasn't sure his wife Kelsey would make it back home. And she was in a medically induced coma with covert 19 really big roller coaster. There is many, many nights that I would give you no phone calls. You know, late at night and into the early morning and the doctors kind of informing me that they've done all they can to support Chelsea and they're having a hard time stabilizing or so there was many times that we thought we were gonna lose her. Also, he spent 75 days on life along support. This is town hall dot com. The House well Thursday whether remove Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor grain from our committees, according to an announcement by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer. Speaking with Salem radio, Congresswoman Green says that establishment politicians are targeting social media opinions that she expressed as a private citizen prior to winning office against eight other GOP contenders. Only thing that I've done is probably gotten a speeding ticket. But you know what? Just like every single other person? Yeah, I have said things I shouldn't say it sometime or another. But I don't think I have anything to apologize for. So we're seizing to bleed trump Russian collusion, conspiracy guys theories and looking them on looking things up on the Internet and asking questions about it. On Facebook Big deal. Marjorie Taylor, Green's pastor, Marks and Social Media. Question whether school shootings were real. Or the story's, a town hall dot com. Patrick pause. Hi, everybody. We want to invite you to join Dennis Prager.

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"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

"How bad that is. You're literally being told by other people that you're not enough. Yeah it actually. You should read this. Abstract it is really interesting is fully like very very scientific in nature but you start to read that there was another one that i got here another research another article that is really based on the fact of triggering that fear of missing out in in itself it is just a a negative way of causing people to join into things that are not for them and so we are missing our ability to make choices that are based on the reality of our current circumstances versus what we feel we need to have. I just don't think that's cool. And there's another call from vice dot com. Which i know that you all a lot of you especially those that are watching and have been listening to us for a while. No the power of social media and it's an article from advice and it's called. Your addiction to social media is no accident and in the same way that that Wonderful documentary came up about facebook. That came out. I think on netflix. About the manipulations that happened on social media platforms. You can really read the way that a lot of these. Social media companies are built on these psychological tricks. That get you to do stuff in so you know one of the reasons that we have this. She podcast super squad and to some degree. There's a lot of people that don't go into the super squatted south to communicate with one another. Because we have not built in those things that are going to be poking you at all points for you to go in there in the same way that facebook does we will have apps do. It's true and i think that that is something that i value in because it makes us choose. I wanna go in there to have to be intentional about asking a question about consuming a piece of content about engaging with somebody about messaging somebody about learning how this platform works outside and you have agency over that versus let said all of these triggers. I don't discount the power of the triggers because that's all we have the messaging outright. It's great. I want you guys to get a message that pokes at you and go. She's doing this. But i don't want to own you. And there are there screenshots jessica. I don't know if you got a chance to see. Look at the screen shots of time folks spent on clubhouse so there's this guy and now it'd be really intrigued to see if you guys would be willing to send a screenshot of the time that you spent on clubhouse. Jesus each grace yeah. This one person spent twenty one hours in forty seven minutes last week yet. But you know..

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"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

"Let's take no more people know. Don't bother miles. Love box at all paul for the low box. Listen you know what it means. You either want to use it or you. Don't you don't have to ask them if they approve of your vagina being a segment. I mean who's going stay node else. He's giant nobody. Nobody they're not going to say you can't use else's love box because it's hilarious and also indicative of your entire personality and the way you approach life in this country. Which is i make my own rules and i don't care what other americans want need. Look at judge roy. I'm just gonna do what i do all right. Well okay. so we'll call box. Great here we go but at least yuccas yeah box. That's going to be your jingle love box. That's where it's that box blaming. Oh my god y'all gonna take the okay but so let me talk about. Why wanted to have this conversation because people have been approaching me more than once from our community about clubhouse in it. There's a part of me like you heard there's a lot of incredible goodness to it. S there is. There is a lot of positive stuff that could happen from that plow for sure i mean we had somebody sign up for the super squad directly from you speaking at clubhouse so obviously there are results yummy. I spoke club and you weren't clubhouse and dod posted that we had somebody came into the super squad directly from clubhouse. They said it was because they heard you talk. Okay okay. yeah that was with. I think that was a spontaneous joining that. I did with dave jackson and robbery a bunch of other yvo. All i'm saying. Is that as you see with. Even just not worth small thing. There is something to be said about that platform and the value that brings to us. I'm not opposed to. I just don't like everyone else on it right right kidding. But here's my my whole thing about this. Is that the concerns. That i was getting in the feeling that i was getting from. Our community was based on the fear of missing out and it was giving people the folks that i serve the people that i care for in podcasting he giving them anxiety and making them feel like they didn't like they needed to do this thing and if they didn't do this thing then they were gonna miss out on insert. Whatever that is the money the fame the connections. Something's going in there. I'm not in there and it was this feeling of like. Should i be there or should. I not be there as if joining clubhouse is going to somehow be the thing that defines success and i'm not saying this to do belittle them at all. This is about the feeling that you have that we often have about not being somewhere and feeling like we should do that and then somehow giving our power to something that is outside of ourselves. That isn't really relevant to who we are or our success and addressing the anxiety that comes from owning yourself and saying you know what this isn't right for me right now. I don't want to join and it's okay if i don't and i'm not missing out and the power that social media and the conversations out there in the space particularly with with these viral platforms. That are happening that you.

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"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

"Well how much right so. The industry standard d. a. w. well wait hauled up. Industry is in like what see. That's what i'm talking about like. Here's where i feel that there's a difference. It's the industry for the film industry for the okay. This is true. And actually mused. I would i would venture to say unless somebody correct me the music industry as well so i guess they're using that tool as the way to do these things but as you know with podcasting that's like there's hinden. I think hindenburg is a fantastic doll. It's a great tool and it. Just i think it does possibly the same things and it has a way for you to record it. I mean. I don't know enough record like skype. Recording or zoom recording built into the actual thing which is fantastic. The notes of this card. I'm gonna put a comparison chart so everyone can see addition versus protocols versus hindenburg. At some other stuff again. I think basically what it is. What you grew up on is what you now in what you're comfortable with is. What's the best editing tool. I grew up on audacity. Then one of my clients said hey. We want you to use audition. So i went to audition. And now i love audition agosto still go back and use audacity but one of the things i could never learn how to edit. It was garage band. It was the won't use thing. I never made any sense everything that i had in my mind way you did. Things did not work in garage band. Yeah i mean. I understand that conversation there john. But it's like but think about like the business that you've built right where if you wanted to like let's say scale up. Maybe if you really wanted to have a lucrative you wanted to level up your being podcast producer or a podcast editor in a way that you really wanted to work with like a level up in terms of the quality of production may be a more intricate process where you're layering. Sounds a more and you know all of those sort of npr type highly produced shows because you wanted to create a viable profession for yourself and be paid more money right then. The only way for you to do that would be. You have to learn this in order to do that where i guess my challenge. Is i think that knowing your work and knowing how much you study and knowing how how you've observed and listen to so much i feel you could figure it out with the tools that you have right now you might have some issues arise that maybe there are some things that you haven't quite done yet but i think the finesse of that you could figure it out based on whatever tools you have now will we when i.

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"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

"To do it this morning. I was on a show called fashioned crimes. Podcast by my my friend holly cates. Who is a camp friend of mine who i'm coaching and her fabulous co-host nolan and basically because it's fashion crimes. I had to turn myself in to the police for all of my fashion crimes. Which are plentiful right. And then you know i had to do some confessions. And then you know they read me my rights and then let me off the hook. But i have a lot of fashion crimes that i make. I mean i don't know why i'm telling you elsie because you're i don't wanna say your criminal. I think that i am but some of those pants. You could be arrested for i. You're would be correct. And i the thing is that you have a very specific style and that is the one thing that i've always been missing is a specific. Specific style is tracksuit with like floral. Earings like i don't. I don't have a specific thing happening like i'm always mixing and matching. I always look weird. So i guess she's going to help me with this anyway. We'll see we'll see part of their help is to have me like purchase high fashion couture Which is the most depressing thing to shop for in the world. Because it's so flipping expensive like how does anyone want. I can't understand how anyone would care about fashion when everything is like three hundred dollars i don't i don't wanna spend three hundred dollars on shoes or pancer shirt understand that i don't get it. You actually have a tendency to spend more money on clothes than me because you pick the one piece you can't live without and then you'll spend what what i would normally spend on ten pieces on the one. Yes i usually. I am very picky about the thing that i want and how it needs to fit and i do a lot of research when i pull the trigger or pull the plug..

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"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"elsie" Discussed on She Podcasts

"And youtube and a few other things This is episode two nine nine. Wow we have any fanfare scheduled for three hundred. No we do not we. We don't do that. we do. Not but you know. I'm excited that we've hit two ninety nine. It feels like a all of them feel like an accomplishment but three hundred specifically ethnical anyway with me as always the slightly subdued today elsie escobar. Who looks like she's falling asleep. A little bit and the ever present ever energetic ever hilarious. John mingo our producer. Who's not showing his face for whatever reason on video or trying to do that thing where producing in the background. So you can't see me moving around and doing things or i like and again it's because we're producing and i'm on camera if i want to do something i still have to kind of look at the camera and pretend like i'm interested in what you're doing because i'm not and i'm moving around and looking at other things. It looks like they would then train. What's john doing. So now. I can do it and you can see me. They're not seeking. Just be what like if that's right. It could be me. Because i do that even while i'm are getting things show myself so. Okay here we go. I'm looking at myself head on. And i realized how much right now i resemble mrs potato head missiles. Zoom rarely misses potato had either. She has glasses and turn dead regina it's like she's like a plane. There's like holes where the mouth eyebrows is knows. Whatever and you put them in. And she's got very round glasses and full pink or red lips anyway. I just my head is potato shape today. And i don't know why but i'm you know i'm gonna work on it. I'll just go like this so nobody can see my other chen anyway. All right. let's go so yeah so we have a show for you today awesome thing..

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Advanced Core Web Vitals Solutions with Kathy Brown & Karl Kleinschmidt

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

07:49 min | 2 years ago

Advanced Core Web Vitals Solutions with Kathy Brown & Karl Kleinschmidt

"Geek. Chic this year. And let's geek out on some of the advanced core web vital so we talked about elsie. Pf d. c. s. Those are the three main core web bottles. What are the advanced core web. Vitals was that mean when. We're talking about larger websites mostly enterprise websites when you are never individually changing the code of a page. You're always talking about h. Templates web core vitals become very different. But if you can't change one page without changing a hundred thousand pages. Every decision has a lot more impact. Every vix is a lot harder and you have to sell individual changes in a very different. So there's a couple of things that i wanted to bring up. That will help people of these bigger issues. All right so basically. Life isn't always as simple as i have to go onto one page and make a change. There's the enterprise level websites which you know one page template changes tons of pages. What are some things you can do to avoid making big mistakes. That are going to impact your core web. Buydell metrics one of the things that i created with the help us on the developers at search metrics is something called the consistency school so we had started large-scale scraping websites and running them through the lighthouse tools and tackling for seattle less. How consistent are the elements across pages right so if we look at all your product pages and the elements are different for every single page but you can only make page template changes. You're gonna have a huge problem because if you make one change but likelihood is it's not going to affect or fix all the problems you have with your product ages so it's really important to think about. How consistent are my pages and think about that for every single page type so that you know which pages are easy to sex and which ones are harder defects. I just wanna jump in here. It's my understanding that core web vitals and the page experience ranking factor is not likely to be at the page level. I think and this is a little bit of speculation on my part. But google is giving nuts field data in google search console so i think google might be looking at a particular directory which may have a a page template assigned to it in the aggregate so if you fix one page in its rate. I'm not sure that's going to solve your problem. If the rest of the pages for that page template do not perform as well as you like exactly. I think what you guys are talking about like ants on a bit website just like when you find an aunt in your home if there's one aunt it's problem and squishing that one aunt doesn't solve the problem you need to get to the underlying issue now. If you have one aunt in every room you probably have an infestation and you probably have some really big problems so the more that you can be consistent with your templates and when you make a change. It basically sweeps the entire house. The better off. You're gonna be so look. We have templates. Hopefully when we implement a change that change rose out across all the pages and solves the issues that were having as opposed to solving an issue on one page creating an issue on another. What are some of the other advanced core web vital features. You can think of one of the ones that i have used for. One client where we couldn't figure out which pages were causing the f. I d. issues because it's only field data in. We're getting some data back from search console but not enough to clearly identify. The issue is that you can use the event timing. Api to actually log the f. I d i'm not gonna go into too much detail for how to implement that if you go to bed that dev slash f. i d. there's a rate guide for how to implement that event timing tracking and that will give you all the data you made in order to capture your actually that makes troubleshooting so much easier. That seems like a big deal. When you're trying to figure out what is causing the first input delay the have to understand the sequence of what is being loaded on the page in. That may not always be clear. Read there is timing exercise. There's a little bit of a dance with either you and your developer your developer in your website or whoever. You're working with to try to figure out what is loading when you're having an f. I d. problem. I would say for these large websites. If you're kind of in the enterprise level you really need to look at stuff like real user monitoring you really need to instrument some year code so that you have these metrics to help you diagnose these problems because otherwise you're relying on field data which is not always specific as you would like or you're relying on lab data which is also perhaps not representative of the experience. It's happening out in the field so core web. Idols is not going away. Google is going to periodically reassess the core web vitals and perhaps tweak them a little bit maybe tweak the thresholds so just setting yourself up for success by having in house instrumentation of your site so that you can really see what's happening on your side. I think is a win for enterprise sites so carl. We talked about an advanced topic for co less for f. I d. keeps up for l. c. p. And we talked about this on monday. What are some of the advanced techniques that you're using the solve for largest contemptible pain issues so most of the problems have been between field lap data. And how'd you get lab data closer to feel data because without those to be in close. Elsie p problem diagnosis is almost impossible. Right if you don't know what the elsie p is than. It's really hard to diagnose so what i have started doing is trying a multiple of things trying to get lab field data closer by there have been three or four things that we've been doing. We've been turning off elements so turning off drop downs turning off pop ups and ben running lighthouse reports on that. Sometimes you can't do that on production pages and so that you can do things like you are out parameters where you say. Keep me a off parameter that makes me seeing like i'm a logged in person and then run back through the house tools. That in my experience has been the most successful way of getting lab and field data closer together and that you can actually start the diagnosis. What is causing your lcd issues. And then the third thing is if neither of those to work you could go east if basically custom bigger a logged in user cookie unload the elements that way you get as close as possible to feel beta. That is the hardest one but it's also the one that leaves the facts everyone else. That should be your option of last resort. If you're trying to get that yielded lab closer together. It seems like the issue with l. c. p. is understanding what the element is first. And then there's all sorts of different user states that can affect how that's being loaded you know at the end of the day core web. Vitals is a big harry topic. Google gave us a year's advance notice to try to figure out how we're performing and how to evaluate these metrics. But when you're working on a large site this can be really

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The LCK led all esports leagues in 2020 with 136.6 million hours watched

The Business of Esports

02:21 min | 2 years ago

The LCK led all esports leagues in 2020 with 136.6 million hours watched

"Here. This was an article from dadi. Sports the headline was the l. C. k led all sports leagues in two thousand twenty with one hundred thirty six point. Six million hours watched The sub-headline korea has always excited global fans with its star studded league of legends squads I mean the numbers are are huge. I mean this. This particular graph for those who've you're listening to the podcast. I'm showing a grafter. The most watched e sports tournaments in twenty twenty the top four are all league of legends. World's twenty twenty then spring than elsie case summer than lic summer and then number. Five you know is is Pudgy mobile Tournament but basically the top four out of the five most watched sports tournaments and twenty twenty. Were all league of legends and korea's elsie k. If you combine the numbers here 'cause they had spots two and three Had by far the most number of hours watched one hundred and thirty six million hours watched. Are you surprised. William at this at this sort of Ranking year these numbers at riot right seems to be killing it on all fronts at the moment right is just rockstar. You you'd almost be hard pressed to sail. Riot is ease sports. Play reading yours. The numbers you know. It's pretty tough if you're if you're out the top four slots being your property in a different form you know. It's pretty incredible You know. I actually to be honest with you. Went did surprise me. It didn't didn't right like it did. Surprise me in the sense that i think there's so much focus on north american sports right now right and to a lesser extent like european sports but still significant extent and i think there is a real sense that ea sports his matured beyond korea right like like the global market like it just like career where it started but like it's a global phenomenon now and as a result of that like the global markets are taking over. You know what i mean like. Just by virtue of korea's A smaller market relative to other countries in populations things like other markets was naturally outgrow. Any what you're seeing. Here is the anchor. The korean sports steelers for our ecosystem.

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Would the Philadelphia 76ers Regret Trading Ben Simmons for James Harden?

Mason & Ireland

03:46 min | 2 years ago

Would the Philadelphia 76ers Regret Trading Ben Simmons for James Harden?

"So a wo- jr is reporting. Adrian roggin ascii that. The sixers are now willing to include. Ben simmons intrigued todd for james harden but they are nowhere close to a deal. Lt would you. Trade ben simmons for james harden if power which team six. So if i'm the sixers. Do i want a pair. James harden with joel embiid. You see pictures of james harden yesterday. He looks like he may have put on the greg bergman little extra little extra dance harda and was one of the big criticisms with joel embiid that embeds outta shape the beat is oftentimes out of shape as well. Yes i haven't heard that hurt a lot but oh no him. Being out of shape is a thing. So okay if you're asking me. If i want to trade away my fit superstar bring in an odor. Maybe not always fit superstar to pair with my youngest not so thin superstar. I'm gonna say no. I don't wanna do that. Trae now for ben simmons. You have to buy. His hair's not taken benson yeah. I don't think that's going to sell the the one thing. And we've we've read this tim. Tim macmahon i think wrote this article about james harden that he really alienated his teammates. Because it's described in that article that when you have. The james harden experienced that means he's running the entire show he decides if he's late for film session film session weights if he wants to go to atlanta or if he wants to fly somewhere early to party you go where james goes when you sign up for the james harden experienced. He runs your organization. I read that. I read this piece today. After i heard you guys talking about it and the line that caught me was it was an organized. Aau team that that. If if they were they were playing in la. James one of the team to stick around an extra night because he wanted to do as parting reminded me of watching the michael jordan documentary earlier this year. When phil jackson talks about letting dennis rodman go do what he needs to do. But could you imagine if rodman were the leader you know. Could you imagine if rodman showed up out of shape. See people forget robin party but he never showed about shape. He party but the next day he bought out everything. Great billable z. That's the rub though hardened balls out i mean you can sail even if all this stuff that masons brought up his true and there's no reason to think that tim macmahon made it up so i think it's all true one of the quotes in that piece that scott was talking about. Is we knew if we had more than one day off in a row. The james harden was on a plane. Go into party. But we also knew he would come back and drop fifty point triple double on people the problem with this whole this whole issue. The whole heart issue is there's only fifteen guys in the world they can lead your team to a title and you need to have at least one and maybe two of them and hardens one of those guys so he's not. What are you talking about his first team all nba four times your conflict eighty accolades from the media and stats with being. Do lead your team to a championship. Those aren't bra. Elsa elsie you're right. He's great with the counting stats guy won the won the mvp two years ago. He walked up to the podium. And said you're listening to k spn los angeles but can't you make a distinction between a guy who can can put up stats and a guy who can score versus a guy who can lead a team to a championship. Yup there is a

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Jon Ossoff and the movement energy hes tapping in Georgia

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Jon Ossoff and the movement energy hes tapping in Georgia

"John asa. Thanks so much. For coming on the podcast. Thank you so much. Jonathan grade the bigger right so you just started a bus tour a six day bus tour. If i remember right where are you going. And what kind of reception have you been. Been getting because it's been a one day already so far. Yesterday we were out in in madison and augusta and we will be hitting not just every major city but Several dozen small towns will be very visible in rural georgia. And this is the health jobs and justice bus tour across the state in the program that we are encouraging folks to get out and vote to support is one that ensures every georgian has great healthcare that we invest in economic recovery and job creation infrastructure clean energy and that we passed major criminal justice reform at a new civil rights act and that is galvanizing our coalition. There is movement like energy in georgia. Right now and as. You've heard me talk about jonathan. The situation in georgia is unusual. Because you've got a young jewish son of an immigrant running alongside a black preacher. This is not how democrats have been running in the south for the last couple of decades of talk more about that. Because i've heard you say that in television interviews Mostly in television interviews. And you know you both. You and reverend warnock who. You're talking about another person. Who's been on the podcast of your both sons of the south but for you in particular you were born and raised in georgia. As you just said you jewish-american and for a lot of people. The south has not been hospitable to african americans or jewish-americans. Talk talk about your your Your childhood your upbringing a did you endure wild antisemitism there in georgia not wild anti semitism up but it's something that pops up from time to time in the life of any jewish person. I think that. Because i don't wear a keep up right a yarmulke because i'm not outwardly. Observant I would not attract the same sort of over a of anti-semitism might who's judaism is more apparent externally or as a black person might in the south. But i think that when i inflict on my childhood so i was bar mitzvah at the temple which is a a reform synagogue in atlanta and one of the interesting things about the history of the temple is that it was nineteen fifty seven when dr king established the elsie in atlanta and it was nineteen fifty eight when the temple was bombed and from the late nineteen fifties through the civil rights movement of the early and mid nineteen sixties and all the way through the present day there has been an alliance between blacks and jews in georgia and when i first sat down to have a meal with congressman john lewis because my first ever exposure to anything like public service was working as a very very young man in his office where he wanted to talk to me. You were in high school. That's why it's had very very young man that exactly. I mean we ever had for about ninety minutes. He wanted to talk about that alliance. He wanted to talk about how he marched. Alongside rabbis and jewish activists. Here was a young jewish man in his office. He wanted to talk about the necessity of nurturing and strengthening that alliance and not taking for granted that that would happen on. Its own and so i- i reflect often as you've heard me reflect about how he is looking down on us right now in georgia smiling.

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RagingBull trading site accused of $137 million fraud

BBC World Service

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

RagingBull trading site accused of $137 million fraud

"Little regulators have filed a lawsuit accusing an online stock trading services company of running a fraud scheme. Federal Trade Commission alleges raging bull dot com L'd Elsie and the Maryland based company's co founders cheated consumers out of more than $137 million, the FTC says court records show many of the defendants Our defendants customers that is our retirees and immigrants. The agency is seeking court orders to freeze raging bulls assets and make restitution to its customers.

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FBI Report: Bias-Motivated Killings At Record High Amid Nationwide Rise In Hate Crime

TIME's Top Stories

02:27 min | 2 years ago

FBI Report: Bias-Motivated Killings At Record High Amid Nationwide Rise In Hate Crime

"Nineteen saw a record high for reported hate crime murders in the united states according to the annual hate crime statistics report released on monday by the fbi. Hate crimes are described by the f. b. i. as an offense motivated by bias toward race ethnicity ancestry religion sexual orientation disability gender and gender identity fifty. One people were murdered as a result of hate crimes in two thousand nineteen more than double the number in two thousand eighteen and the largest figures since the federal government began tracking the numbers in the early nineteen nineties. This total includes the twenty three people who were killed in the el paso mass shooting last august. The suspect patrick crusius is facing federal. Hate crime charges overall. There were seven thousand three hundred and fourteen hate-crimes with eight thousand five hundred fifty two victims reported in two thousand nineteen by law enforcement agencies. Who sent data to the fbi. There was a two point seven percent increase from two thousand eighteen and a reversal in what had been three years worth of reported hate crime. Incidence declining the fbi's report is another reminder that we have much work to do to address hate in america southern poverty law center or espy elsie president and ceo. Margaret wang said in a statement each of these incidents represents the targeting of an individual or community for violence or vandalism because of their identity or personal characteristics more than half of the offenders in the crimes cited targeted individuals because of bias against their race. Ethnicity or ancestry as was the case allegedly for crusius twenty one percent of all the crimes are motivated by a bias against religion and sixteen percent. Were motivated by a bias against sexual orientation among the rises seen in the statistics in two thousand nineteen. There were five hundred. Twenty seven reported anti hispanic hate crimes up from four hundred eighty five and two thousand eighteen. There were nine hundred and fifty three report. Crimes targeting jewish people and jewish institutions in two thousand nineteen up from eight hundred and thirty five in two thousand eighteen. A slight decrease in crimes against african americans was apparent. Meanwhile with the total hate crimes reported dropping from one thousand nine hundred forty three to one thousand nine hundred and thirty but while the fbi's data represents the most detailed study on hate crimes in the us advocates believe it still falls short of capturing the true extent of hate crimes rather hate crimes. Are consistently underreported wang says. Since a large portion of police headquarters and agencies are not mandated to report hate crimes out of the fifteen thousand five hundred and eight law enforcement agencies that participate with fbi crime data collecting only two thousand reported at least one hate crime in two thousand

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LCS to Drop Spring and Summer Splits in Favor of One Long Season

Esports Minute

02:04 min | 2 years ago

LCS to Drop Spring and Summer Splits in Favor of One Long Season

"After covering the winners of worlds and the new look. elsie k. we learned. Thanks to reporting for travis stafford that the lcs is taking on a new structure as well as eastport has driven by two separate splits for years. The spring split has its own schedule and playoffs leading into msi and then the summer split starts over with a new record. A new regional playoffs at worlds for a long time. The league of legends community has critiqued. The spring split really doesn't matter that much and it looks like riot might agree frankly. It's also a little bit confusing to people who aren't in the league of legends world. The have two regular seasons with one world so rights changing instead of spring and summer it will be one long season a link travis's video underneath this episode. Here's a lot more information. I won't be able to fit into these two minutes. Midseason invitational or msi will still exist for the lcs. They'll just do a random spring tournament in the middle of the season to figure out which teams qualified as every other region is keeping the spring and summer splits. At least as far as we know right now it stands to reason that riot would test out this new structure with the lcs before making it a permanent structure of other regions in the future. They did something similar with a long term partnership franchising model as well. One thing we do know about this season according to travis is that teams will play more in the previous format teams. Play each other twice in summer twice spring but now they will play five matches against every other team that makes for forty five game season not counting the mid season tournament or playoffs. There's also apparently a preseason tournament according to travis but he didn't have any more details. I believe they're also revitalizing the amateur system with an upcoming third tier below in kademi level. In fact if you saw the cloud nine signing of a young player c nine. Ceo alluded to a new structure for underneath the lcs. Although wasn't entirely clear what he was talking about while fourteen year olds like the one cloud nine side can't compete in the lcs they may create special provisions for these amateur circuits and see just jumped the gun a bit to try and snatch up a young talent again all info in this podcast is source from travis and i encourage you to watch his video

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World Series 2020: Los Angeles Dodgers & Tampa Bay Rays set for Fall Classic

Murph and Mac

03:11 min | 2 years ago

World Series 2020: Los Angeles Dodgers & Tampa Bay Rays set for Fall Classic

"Is just simply one of the best baseball writers in the world, and it's a pleasure to have him. Also, Of course, we watch him on TV all the time. And it's just a pleasure to have Tim on to talk baseball, especially when it's the World Series in this crazy year that Covert 19 shutdown spring training labor unrest through the whole thing in doubt in the summer, and then we played 60 games with seven innings and runners on second, and it all winds up in Arlington, Texas, with the Tampa Bay Rays and the Dodgers. So, Tim out of all that weirdness. We have a pretty darn good matchup. Good morning. Welcome back to the morphine, Max. How you doing, Tim? I'm well, fellas. And yes, we have a great match up. We have the two best teams going up against each other, which is how it's supposed to be. And the games have been awfully good so far to Elsie Esses or really good and I have no reason to think the world. Siri's won't be great because it will And just kind of top quick one. There will be fans at this right. Yeah, but yes, And it's going to be similar to the last time. There's not going to be 50,000 people in there. But yes, span will be in there, so we'll give some semblance of a crowd. Which is good, but I think we've all kind of gotten used to, even though it's not a good thing to get used to not having fans in the stands, but Having anyone there is better than having no one there. Yeah, And obviously there were a lot of Dodger fans in Texas during the NLCS, which, as Giants flagship disturbed us a little bit, but Tim a little bit on the ballpark before we get into the match up here. You know, the word was that that place in this rare in this home run era and quote unquote juiced balls if you believe it or not launch angle and swing for the fences. That Globe life Park. The Rangers home part was not a bandbox. And does that play a role at all in this? I mean, the Dodgers did scrape the Siri's out in seven, but they weren't really able to homer their way around. Kind of like the Eights and the Astro state. A Dodger Stadium is that is that a factor at all? I think it is. I think we expected more home runs, but we got plenty. Even the Dodgers hit 16 in that series. No one's ever hit more home runs in any single postseason series. And the Dodgers just did they tied a record and their power is ridiculous. I mean, they had 118 homers in 60 game. The one other team has ever done that through the 1st 60 games and keep in mind. The 88 Dodgers won the World Series. They had 99 homers the hole here. And this team had 118 in 60 games, so I think the ball will jump pretty pretty well, but not not great, and it should be fun to watch. It's just odd, though, that you know, the Rays have never played a game in that ballpark. And they've only been 30 Major League games played in that ballpark, and now it's hosting the world serious, so there are a lot of things element in play here, and I would be uncomfortable if I were a member of the Rays, and I never played a game in a ballpark. You know exactly what the angles they're going to be like what the lighting is going to be like, And that's why they're there yesterday, trying to figure all this out, but it's a tricky proposition. When you never played in a certain ballpark, you were talking

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