35 Burst results for "Erika"

Mitch Albom Never Intended to Write 'Tuesdays With Morrie'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 5 months ago

Mitch Albom Never Intended to Write 'Tuesdays With Morrie'

"Show. I have a guest right now. My bet is that you have heard of him, you may have read some of his books. His name is Mitch album. He is the author of a book called Tuesdays with Maury. I know you've heard of it. It was made into a film, a TV movie. It was on The New York Times Best Seller list for like four years. And speaking as an author, I want to say, I deeply resent you Mitch album. Welcome to the program. Well, outside of the resentment, thank you for having me on the resentment is bitter, but I'm gonna let it go. There's no reason to cling to bitterness. No, seriously, that is, as an author who is familiar with some of these metrics, that is an extraordinary thing, and the book that sits atop a bestseller list for years is extremely rare. The only one I can think of offhand is M Scott peck's the road less traveled, which is also a book about, hey, what's the meaning of life? So I want to ask you, first of all, you have a new book out. I want to mention that up front. And it is a novel called the stranger in the lifeboat. Is this your first novel? Oh no, no. I've written about 7 novels. All right. So maybe two 7th novel. But you're most known for Tuesdays with Maury. It tell the story behind that for people who are unaware. They still exist. Some people who are unaware of how that happened for you. Sure. Well, it was really quite an accident, so actually the fact that it stayed on those best sellers was for that long was even more remarkable because it wasn't ever supposed to be a book. I had seen my old college professor, Maurice Schwartz. On nightline with Ted cop, and he was talking about what it was like to die from Lou Gehrig's disease. And I had been very close with him when I was back in college, but then I had lost touch with him as I had gone on to chase my career and my ambition. And for 16 years, I never got back in touch with him and all of a sudden I saw him on television. Basically saying he had a few months left to live. So I went to go visit him. And one visit turned into two to turn to three, four, 5, 6. It was never supposed to be a book. Erika was just it was just him kind of counseling me on what's important in life once you really know you're going to die as he did and how you can change your life to live

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Kayleigh McEnany Describes the Most Powerful Chapter in Her Book 'For Such a Time as This'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 6 months ago

Kayleigh McEnany Describes the Most Powerful Chapter in Her Book 'For Such a Time as This'

Erika Kirk Interviews Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 6 months ago

Erika Kirk Interviews Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany

"Woman. You're a phenomenal role model to so many girls. You are a woman of God, you're a mother, you're an author. You're incredible. You I, if anyone can't see this, I'm like Kayleigh McEnany. The one and only. But you were our strong voice. In The White House, for the longest time, when there was chaos everywhere, we just every time you stepped up to that podium, we knew that you were going to give us the facts. And yeah, it was important. There are actually t-shirts that say facts on it, which I'm very often. Thank you for that. And thank you for the kind words, and I feel the same about you. A strong woman of faith and you and Charlie are just what a powerhouse couple. So it's an honor every time I get to come to turning point USA. We've crossed paths so many times from young women's leadership summit. And he did phenomenal there too. The girls were just on the edge of their seat, just listening to every word in soaking it in. And being a role model and having the weight on your shoulders, every time you walked up to that podium, what was going through your I know you talk about this in your book, but what would go through your head before you stepped out there and walked into that podium where you just saying prayers were you saying a Bible verse? What were you? What was going through your head? Yeah, it's a great question. I certainly, though I projected confidence at the podium, oftentimes the steps up to the podium were not so confident. They were filled with nerves and apprehension. Certainly the first time I did it, I was in tears in my office and I'm supposed to be at the podium. It's my very first briefing in my assistant comes in. You can't be crying right now and puts my parents on speaker phone. And we said a prayer together and then I went to the private west wing bathroom and got on my knees instead of prayer and then I went to the podium and people like Mike Pence were so wonderful motion towards me with praying hands and said, you know, I've been praying for you and I love the first. You tweeted out, flippy and four 13. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. So while I was very nervous, there were great Christian men and women around the country praying. One was Sarah Sanders, my predecessor, who told me before each of her briefings, she read a Jesus calling devotional. I happen to have the same devotional and I would read it, and she sent me the day of my first briefing, her devotional from exactly two years prior, which said, you know, essentially you're on the path of my choosing, don't worry, but I couldn't help the human side of me from worrying. Totally. But when I stood at the podium, I felt total serenity that first time I was standing somewhere I had stood a thousand times. It was somewhere I was meant to be. And so the calm that I projected was not anything that I achieved. Yes, we put in the hard work and the facts and the research, but it was something so much bigger than me and it was because of all of the people

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How Kayleigh McEnany Handled Rejection Along Her Journey

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

How Kayleigh McEnany Handled Rejection Along Her Journey

"And I feel like your career path in general has been divine. I feel like God has really guided your steps throughout everything. And for me, I hear a lot of young men and women when I was living in New York City, especially saying they wanted their dream would be to be on Fox or their dream would be to be on the news. And as you know, this industry, the news industry can be ruthless. Hollywood industry in general can be ruthless. But when you were going through this career path and you before you got to Fox and before you got to be where you are today, how would you handle rejection when you were going through the motions of I'm almost there? I'm almost there. Yeah, it's important, you know, I had a million shut doors in my face. You're right. These industries can be brutal, the swamp is no exception. If you think media is intense, just mosey on over to the swamp and see what politics is like. It's honestly eye opening. You know, I would watch that there's some film I'm blinking on it right now. The one with Kevin Spacey in it. Oh gosh. Do you remember? It said series. I'm like, how's it going? Oh, House of Cards. Yes. While no one has so savage, right? Well, no one's pushed in a metro and they go far in that show. I will say. It is pretty brutal. It's competitive. People, you know, I'm someone who, with the press, I would never leak for personal purposes or for any purposes. I wasn't a leaker. You provide information on background to help support the president and the administration that separate from leaking maliciously and unauthorized fashion, but that happens all the time. So from that to shut doors along the pathway, you have to be confident and know that God's leading the way and it's not always

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Erika Kirk's Advice for Women in the Dating World: Wait on the Lord

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:00 min | 6 months ago

Erika Kirk's Advice for Women in the Dating World: Wait on the Lord

What Erika Kirk Has Learned Through Helping Other People Access The Bible

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

What Erika Kirk Has Learned Through Helping Other People Access The Bible

"What have been some of the things that you've learned by helping other people read the Bible throughout the year? Just seeing the way God moves in their life and seeing how much more how you put it, how much more they are aware of how alive God's word is. And how they're able to incorporate what they're learning in scripture into their life and vice versa. And the thing that I think is also really powerful is how people are able to spend their time in the morning or they carve out the time in their day where they can spend time with God. Just them. One on one. And to know that I can be a part of that journey is extremely humbling, but they literally are able to sit down and say, you know what, for these 15 minutes for these 20 minutes, I'm devoting it to God, and this is my time to just dig deeper into scripture.

"erika" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"erika" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody, special episode of the Charlie Kirk show. Very special guest. Say hello. It's good to be back. A lot of things have changed since I've been on the show. We're married. We're married. That's a big development. We're going to do this as an annual thing. Because I think the last time we did it was right around. Right, when we got engaged. Yeah, that was like November December. So it's like the yearly roundup. Some people know you. Some people don't. So introduce yourself. My name's Erika Kirk. How does that feel? I love saying that. I love taking your last name. No, my name is Erika Kirk. I have a clothing line, proclaim streetwear, and I also am the leader of Bible and 360 five. And I am married to my best friend and the love of my life and an amazing human. Well, likewise. And that's one of the things that I wanted to talk about, which is the Bible and 360 five. So you work so hard on this. And you have this amazing community of people that you've put together. And you interact with them and basically you help people read the Bible starting in January for an entire year. It's actually really cool. So this started almost 6 years ago originally in my studio apartment in Brooklyn. And it eventually is now grown in 2000s of people. And we have readers all over the world. And the cool thing about it is that we all read the Bible cover to cover together. It's not you starting at your own pace. It's not an app where you just click the little checkbox, I read my reading for today. There's a sense of accountability that's built into it, and that's what I love, and that's what I found when I first started reading. I had so many questions because when I was younger and I never read the Bible cover to cover. And I had so many questions and I had I just wanted to do it along with someone that had also read scripture and so anyways out came from that a community by bone 360 five and we email you every day, the readings built into the email so you can never have an excuse as to why you can't read. And then we text you every day if that's how you want to be receiving your reading. So basically you can tailor your plan of how you receive everything and then also we are launching our branded app that is coming out December 31st or December 30th, I can't remember. And so people can start anytime throughout the year, but the ideal is to do it January 1. Because that's when we're all going to be reading as a family. So some people just do it every year, right? Yeah. So we have a lot of returning family members as we like to call it because it really is a family. We pray together, we praise together. We have a group called prayer warriors where you can sign up and you can be able to share with us, what's on your heart, pray requests, how we can be doing life with you, celebrating with you. Yeah, it's an amazing community and it's beautiful to be able to grow alongside people on this journey and there's really nothing more important than digging into God's world. And people are always giving excuses like, I don't know where to start. There's too much time. But you don't, you don't just go through like genesis leviticus numbers due to Ottoman. I mean, you go through every book, but you do do it consecutively. You kind of break it up. You have psalms, proverbs, new testamental testament, right? So every day you have a reading from the Old Testament, New Testament psalms and proverbs and I broke it up that way because I heard the saying goes unfortunately is that the Old Testament is where Bible plans go to die because a lot of times you get to a little bit of kiss. It's hard. And then deuteronomy. Right. And a lot of the judges. Right. They get stuck first kings. Second kings. Exactly. And then by obadiah, you're done. I know, but you have to, and that's the thing that breaks my heart is that a lot of Christians are like, I don't need to read the Old Testament. That really doesn't relate to the New Testament, blah blah blah. And it does. It literally Jesus came to fulfill. All of the prophecy. And so if we don't understand the Old Testament, you'll miss a lot of key points in the New Testament. And just all in general, it's just so important to be familiar with God's word because his word never returns void. And it's so how do people sign up for it? So they can go to Bible and 360 five dot com or proclaim streetwear dot com slash by bone 360 five. And you can sign up there and you get to choose whether or not you want the emails, the text messages or the join on the app. And I do respond back to those text messages. How many times do you see me on my phone?.

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Charlie's Wife Erika Describes Her Work With BIBLEin365

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 6 months ago

Charlie's Wife Erika Describes Her Work With BIBLEin365

"Kirk. I have a clothing line, proclaim streetwear, and I also am the leader of Bible and 360 five. And I am married to my best friend and the love of my life and an amazing human. Well, likewise. And that's one of the things that I wanted to talk about, which is the Bible and 360 five. So you work so hard on this. And you have this amazing community of people that you've put together. And you interact with them and basically you help people read the Bible starting in January for an entire year. It's actually really cool. So this started almost 6 years ago originally in my studio apartment in Brooklyn. And it eventually is now grown in 2000s of people. And we have readers all over the world. And the cool thing about it is that we all read the Bible cover to cover together. It's not you starting at your own pace. It's not an app where you just click the little checkbox, I read my reading for today. There's a sense of accountability that's built into it, and that's what I love, and that's what I found when I first started reading. I had so many questions because when I was younger and I never read the Bible cover to cover. And I had so many questions and I had I just wanted to do it along with someone that had also read scripture and so anyways out came from that a community by bone 360 five and we email you every day, the readings built into the email so you can never have an excuse as to why you can't read. And then we text you every day if that's how you want to be receiving your reading. So basically you can tailor your plan of how you receive everything and then also we are launching our branded app that is coming out December 31st or December

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"erika" Discussed on Promise No Promises!

Promise No Promises!

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"erika" Discussed on Promise No Promises!

"This meeting with Erika Flores took place at the end of October 2021. Erika was in Cali and I was in Berlin, two cities widely known for the dance and music happening in them. Although the differences between salsa and techno are great, after talking to Erica, I feel it is possible to say that there are many situations intensities and narratives that both scenes share and produce. Moreover, I think it is possible to feel a conversation as a manifestation of dancing in which words mingle with body gestures and ideas mirror each other..

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"erika" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

06:34 min | 10 months ago

"erika" Discussed on Eating For Free

"That moral position because need we. All forget sutton's ex husband was doing like price-fixing in south america as a jay was like to say it was a the head of south american currency financial advisor for the or something or like the bolivian. Some dr no money. We've read books but anyway let's move on really fast because we don't have too much time i don't want to like i literally go on about like oh the class i was gonna say so. There's so much going on in that sense but one thing we need to get into you. Keep talking about where this money go like. If he was he was so ill he just didn't give it to them sitting somewhere erc even said like i want to know where it is but what we've been seeing of course courtesy of ronald richards. Who else is her bank statements and her amex card statements. Yes and so you see it clearly right here. So let's get into this so in a recently filed court document. I found the exact payments that were being made by. Erica jane to ej global or the exact expenses of ej global. Excuse me from the period of by the way guys listen to this. Two thousand eight to two thousand twenty this. Llc was in her name from two thousand eight form she joined the show in two thousand fifteen. Maybe two and fourteen two thousand fifteen. Okay so listen to that. She has a fourteen million dollar expense with american express. She has a one point. Five million dollar expense with mcdonald's sells nick associated which lawyers she has one point two two paradigms management. She has farther down on the list. Things like two hundred five thousand two. Sonic she has a bunch of other assorted hundred fifty thousand dollar expenses to like the danika group. Dna inc remember that name. By the way. Dna inc. jeremy stolen sullivan. She has some with like different hair. People in different you know management agencies her own agent etc etc. How much has been spent over a twelve year period so again fourteen million dollars on amex. Yeah and we have the amex statement so farther down on this particular sheet in section v of her ten forty. Which those of you who don't know when you are running like a business your when you are doing your tax withholdings. I can't remember what the exact ten forty is. Four but in certain parts on that ten forty. I've had to pave. I've we've done ten forty s here on the podcast because we've been independent contractors You basically will list all your business expenses and a way to adjust your tax rate. Yes so i've found her ten forty and on her statement for her ten forty which is necessary but ordinary business expenses not deducted elsewhere on your schedule c. Form here are some of those expenses so she has sixty thousand dollars. This was just for two thousand eighteen sixty k. To an agent. She has a hundred for banks. One hundred five hundred designed. She has like a couple thousand from her manager. She has sixty for marketing. Postage production all of that but then for professional services she has one point five million dollars almost then she has like four thousand for promotion few for security and ninety seven hundred dollars for a telephone which i don't understand coming from what t- telephone plan 'cause i make i do people have to pay for national calls at that level imagination. Showed the phone which i did got did expenses for that. Were two point. One million dollars was what she was. Claiming was a deductible business expense. And if i believe correctly. She's out of options upbringing. A lawsuit this is not making that much year either so yes so just to make sure i said the production was one point five. It's one point. Four six six which you know i rounded up internally but just to be very clear. That's a good note and then the professional services were five hundred thousand dollars so Just on her ten forty. Let's zoom in here. A little bit here was what some of her things had to say so for her income expenses so her gross receipt or sales were for the year. two thousand eighteen. one million dollars okay So just remember that. She's saying that her business expenses were a let me get the exact number two million one hundred twenty seven thousand dollars so she is saying she made one point zero six million and then farther down. She says that she spent thirty seven thousand dollars on vehicles. She spent seventeen on taxes. Five hundred thousand dollars on travel okay. Does that prime. We also said earlier. That is all in combination with the two point one two seven that she deducted section eight which is business expenses. Irs doesn't like lay out in the form you have to lay claim the doctor. Yes but they're just not on the ten forty So in total her total expenses remember. She made one point. Zero six million in two thousand eighteen. That's what she's claiming her wages and now again. We talked about the height of her career. Spent in expenses. Two point seven million dollars and said that her tentative profit for the year was negative. One point six million so for twenty eighteen wonder where the money when the apex of the erika jayne experience but also before she was really making any money and she was only a few season house at that point. She's saying that. Ej global only made negative. One point six million after spending well over two million this expensive. That was the year she had her music videos. That was your book came out. Shot was when she was beverly hills was saying that like you know oh. My business is make four. We spent forty k. Month on all my hair and makeup and like it's just really jarring to see truly like how much money was poured. This is what we wanted to do to how much money was poured into creating erica jane. Millions of dollars went negative. One point six million on her..

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Dean Erika James On If You Should Get Your MBA

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:23 min | 11 months ago

Dean Erika James On If You Should Get Your MBA

"Jump into it. I've been so looking forward to having you on here because we this is obviously career podcast. Danielle and i talk very openly about how much we have learned as we have built the skin but without a traditional business background and one of the top things we end up talking about with our mentors with people that are coming to us for advice and on this show is should you get an mba or not and there is no better person to ask than you as we dig into that. I want to understand for you. What your you to your business education. Well so let me just challenge the narrative behind the question. I actually i myself do not have an mba so my career. Ethnic profile is in the liberal arts. That was a psychology major. Found this field organizational psychology when i applied to grasp the schools and really liked the way in which you apply what you learn as a liberal arts student in psychology particular to concrete professional business settings the organizations so. I've my pathway to business. Education was released through the discipline of organizational psychology organizational behavior. And i have just been able to parlay that into really interesting scholarship and the development of new interesting classes like crisis management's leadership etcetera so. That was my career. Pathway is it weird to be head of school for a degree that you yourself didn't get well. It hasn't been weird. Because i've been doing it was dean at emory for awhile. I've been now dean here for just over a year. So i think in the role as a leader so much of what you do is around understanding constituents around setting a strategy rounder titillating vision around coordinating people to align with that vision and you have to obviously knowing nothing about the core product in our case it's business education that you can do those things though yes. Some people may find it unusual. That i myself do not have an nba. But i think if you were to survey many deans of business foles might be surprised at the number that do not have mba's themselves.

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"erika" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"erika" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"So you've got to watch that especially if you liked fire festival that's also on hbo. It's called woodstock ninety nine again tracked down. Dj who was there saw it all. And i had to ask him so this episode is for you if you love all things riaz wives especially beverly hills and hilarious stories about pivotal moments in the music industry. So here we go jenny. I've been dying to talk to you about erika. Jayne what is going on a real housewives. Beverly hills promised me that you've been walking. If not every week at least caught up. I would say i'm about eighty percent caught up. I like watch the three episodes. But i just finished documentary. I wash it. And i was freaking out. I had no idea it was going to reveal as much as it did and just to jump in really quickly i. I'm kind of shocked. Because i heard andy cohen had talked about his reaction to that documentary and i thought it would be like holy. Fuck all those poor families but it was more like old enemies talking about her. That it outright. I don't even know if he actually watched it. Because i would think in his position it's best to not watch it so that if someone asks you you can just say well i have no opinion of of it because i didn't watch it right true churchill because i think if you did truly watch it the whole thing you have to walk away from it going this in good yeah. This isn't good. This is in sane in the and how ironic that this is the erin brockovich lawyer. And now you know like you can't write. This shit is what happened. The first question i have for you is the pathology of someone like tom girardi. So it's my understanding and has always been my understanding. Because i used to work in. The legal field is that he had a stranglehold on the l. a. marketplace where everyone lived in fear of him because he had like a his thumb on everybody from the judges to other firms. So no one wanted to cross his path. What do you make of this guy that we saw for years on the show in the background and oh by the way always carrying styrofoam cup..

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Eryca Freemantle Talks Diversity in the Beauty Industry

Green Beauty Conversations

02:06 min | 11 months ago

Eryca Freemantle Talks Diversity in the Beauty Industry

"You've been working with the bt industry as you just said to embrace old tunsil shades all sizes all ages of women for very long time to. How is this message been received. Oh wow you know for me first. Foremost for you to a message out there for it to be authentic. You have to leave it. You have to believe it. So i had been even it for up my whole professional career without realizing it and it was always erica free rental. The voice erica. Fremantle spokesperson erika fremantle. The one that was came to offer quotes. And then i sat down one day. And i said look. I'm a black woman under. I am adopt scheme blackman and i've racist prejudice. Cycads him. You know all of those detrimental remarks. i've heard but i've also heard delete some very positive things as well and my career started out with naomi. Campbell pat mcgrath for those of you. That doesn't know who office. She's the most successful makeup artist on the planet. And naimi we campbell the most successful mordue on the planet Started out at the same time. They're londoners goes from london. So you know i think they are about the only to the existing from my era so the only three of us. So there's something that had to be said about. Officers londoners starting acuras in that era so i was always embracing on the people remember. My story started out. I told you competitive makeup. Where there was any there was an international classroom anyway so i let about lots of different cultures and skin types and undetermined before every nine knew what they were and i came up with this name embracing tones of women. I decided to create a business company under that name. And you know the names quite known especially when it comes to diversity. Even though i try to tell people yes. I am a black woman. Yes it is black lead but it's not just for black people and what we do is educate empower outlive and hopefully inspire people who've in the beauty industry to become

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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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Khloe Kardashian Is "Standing by" Tristan Thompson

Daily Pop

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Khloe Kardashian Is "Standing by" Tristan Thompson

"Say is continuing to fight allegations that he thought another woman's baby even after a paternity test determine he was not the father. now chloe's coming into tristan defense sending accuser a cease and desist letter now a source close to khloe exclusively tells us she's upset over the rumors but believes tristen was faithful to her and they're focused on making a sibling for true. Now i have to ask you. Could you stand-by-your-man patrick in jordan. If this were happening to you listen. You cannot judge. If you're not in that person's shoes i ride for chloe. I don whatever she does. I support her. I mean it doesn't even matter like she could break a window in this building. And i'd still be like i loved. I mean she's always been so amazing to me so look i don't know i been in that position. I think it's a really hard thing to deal with. But i just you never know until you're in it right. That's the short answer of it. And she's he's worked really hard to get back into her life. I mean that was not like a two nights situation. I mean tristan like crawled and begged and pleaded and proved that he was worthy of taking back. So i mean it's also not fair on because we were saying you know is his credibility completely shattered because he made a mistake. But i think going back into that relationship. She knew that he had a target on his and his front apparently and knew she say target yes. She knows that she understands. What would be like me with this guy. I will say if somebody was saying these rumors about how my man was a father of their child and sucking me into it and my name was coming up. Of course i would send a cease and desist like she. She defend herself one hundred percent. I'm sure she's not happy about what's happening but also like she also probably assume that this is going to happen in some point. She knows she's taking somebody who's made some mistakes. He's admitted them. Everybody knows about it but like of course people are gonna still come for him and disrupt their life because they're happening now.

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Justice Dept. Opens Policing Probe Over Breonna Taylor Death

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Dept. Opens Policing Probe Over Breonna Taylor Death

"For the second time in a week the justice department's opening a sweeping probe into a big city police department after George Floyd's death the department started looking into the tactics of Minneapolis police now it will probe Louisville's department after police killed Brianna Taylor during a raid at her home last year to determine whether LMPD engages in a pattern or practice violations of the constitution or federal law Attorney General Merrick garland says it'll focus on whether Louisville police engaged in a pattern of on reasonable force chief Erika shields says she welcomes the investigation and the so we should her officers they understand that whatever we've been doing isn't working Taylor's family reached a twelve million dollar settlement with the city over her death Sager mag ani Washington

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Biden Appoints Erika Moritsugu to Asian American Liaison Role

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Appoints Erika Moritsugu to Asian American Liaison Role

"By the way, the bonding administration is appointing a member of the Asian American community to a new role to help address a growing surge in hate crimes and biting today will announce the appointment of Erica more to go as deputy assistant to the president. An Asian American and Pacific Islanders senior liaison Thea Point Mint keeps a promise the president made on March 30th. Along the rise of anti Asian hate crimes. The move comes after Senator Tammy Duckworth's threatened to vote no on any non diverse administration nominees. Buying along with Vice President Harris will meet with members of the Congressional AP I caucus just as the anti AP I hate bill cleared the

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"erika" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

PEN America Works of Justice

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"erika" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

"It's not <Speech_Female> the end. And <Speech_Female> kelly's graduation <Speech_Female> is a culmination <Speech_Female> of a lot of work but <Speech_Female> it's not the end <Speech_Female> and it's not her happy <Speech_Female> ending <Speech_Female> on the reality <Speech_Female> is she says <Speech_Female> she hasn't received <Speech_Female> her happy <SpeakerChange> ending. <Speech_Female> It's not a happy ending <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> while the film <Speech_Female> couldn't be <Speech_Female> wrapped up <Speech_Female> neatly with a bow. <Speech_Female> You know <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> there <Speech_Female> were celebratory moments <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> we <Speech_Female> needed to inspire <Speech_Female> people <Silence> to help <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> join <Speech_Female> this <Speech_Female> fight. 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"erika" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

PEN America Works of Justice

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"erika" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

"A lot of times people want to know is happening in other states and so we sent freedom of information act request to dozens of states across the country. And of course got a lot of responses back that you know we don't carry this. We don't have access to this information. But we know of at least eight other states that allow sterilization procedures under certain circumstances and in speaking with other organizations across the country that do direct service work with people inside women's prisons. We know that this is happening. But we don't know to what degree because of the layers of secrecy and privacy that these institutions are able to hide behind. It was so jarring. I think for me to to see that scene that you were just describing where on like people's legs were dangling from in front of an exam room it was just. It's one of those moments where you really see the kind of visual of the phrase like people being more than their number in like how the state tries to really like dehumanize folks in big in small ways and like a visual like that is so universalising because like who hasn't sat at a table in that way. And i completely agree with a lot of the i think complexity that the film will really brought around this idea of consent and i remember one of the scenes where they're kind of going over like while. Did you tell the women that you were going to do this. Did he. consent for only if they're found cancer cells or or you know all these different stipulations and everyone's kind of dancing around the idea of like is this even setting or people are safe enough to know what their consent would mean or if they're even allowed to consent right like these ideas about who who is keeping you safe right if you say no will there be retaliation and like is doctor actually even care about your well being if they're employed by the same again as you said like the same folks that are profiting off of your imprisonment and thinking about you as her budget right like i think that for me that was super jarring this idea of the states to save money. So you know somehow that law gets trickled down into. Let's do all these sterilizations. It's like who who ends up being on the chopping block in state but right. It's just like a crazy situation. Yeah But i wanna talk about the end of the film. Little bit or what to me was one of the ends of the film which is one of my favorite parts of the movie when we get to see kelly at her first graduation you know she talks about like not having able to have that moment at all these other benchmarks but getting to celebrate with her family and we get get to see her just joyous in the film that is not joyous a lot of ways and wondering why important include that in the place that it was also like that's not the end of the film But again it felt to me like the kind of combination of something really important with kelly's character who i just got very attached to throughout the film and i was just like ecstatic to see get that kind of moment especially with her sons. I mean for me. The film could have been three and a half four or five hours and i'll be honest. The first the first few cuts of the film. I was very attached to that because You know i thought it was very important to show in the deposition footage that you were referencing earlier you know one of the most..

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"erika" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

PEN America Works of Justice

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"erika" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

"Breath and depth in the space to provide you know an experience that allowed people to continuously sink about what it meant to participate decide if they wanted to participate and then you know decided the very end if they wanted to have what they participated in be featured in the film and up until the very last moment you know we were corresponding with folks inside about how they wanted to be listed in the credits if they wanted to. Even you know be listed at all or if they wanted to have a pseudo name or remain anonymous or if they were comfortable with Ended up film. And that's i think incredibly important in telling these stories and you know as kelly describes it. It's being trauma informed and really throughout the process centering the experiences of those who are directly impacted and holding that definitely. I think that really showed through even hearing about that stuff behind. The scenes is really empowering as as people who work with writers like were oftentimes holding people stories quite literally In having to kind of be in that space of how do we help you do what you need to do. And make sure that you can communicate that with us Without stepping on anyone's toes and and again with the idea transformed also going along with this idea of like agency So yeah thank you. I think the film. In general for me were i learned a lot. Outside of the particular narratives was also kind of getting to hear more about women in prison. Women's prisons the fact that this story really centers around like one of the biggest. If not the biggest prison for women in california and the kind of statistic of lake women of color being the fastest growing population in america even when so many narratives around mass incarceration center around men Center on men who are convicted of drug offenses violent crimes. This idea of the war on drugs and this film kind of homes in on the fact that like among even these women the majority of them are survivors of domestic violence..

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Shackelford, Alabama roll past Maryland and into Sweet 16

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Shackelford, Alabama roll past Maryland and into Sweet 16

"Jaden Shackelford pumped in twenty one points and Jon Peddie broke out of a shooting slump to score twenty for second seeded Alabama in a ninety six seventy seven route of Maryland Shackleford made five of Alabama sixteen three pointers as the second seeded Crimson Tide advance to their first Sweet Sixteen since two thousand four we're gonna so books okay you know this moment in how how much it took to get here but it's definitely enough time to be part of his program organization giovane Quinerly chipped in fourteen points for the tide who finished sixteen of thirty three beyond the arc and shot fifty three percent overall Erin we can score twenty seven points and Erika L. had thirteen for Maryland which was seeking its first week sixteen appearance since two thousand fifteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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"erika" Discussed on DocsAndMore

DocsAndMore

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"erika" Discussed on DocsAndMore

"Yeah that's actually in regards to the to the tubal ligations because to gatien's are almost exclusively for the purpose of birth control and so You know in the late in the late nineties. California department of corrections reclassified tubal ligations as being medically necessary which was illegal to begin with because to belie- gatien's are for the purpose of birth control in most instances so yes because the department of corrections doctors were pushing this. We're really trying to do. As many as possible. you know. provide tubal ligations. In any instance and in a lot of cases speaking with a lot of different nurses. They didn't know that tubal ligations were illegal. To begin with when you see the oblivious estates assembly when they're all going through oh hearing actually what's going on what's happened and many of those who are others at the sitting they. They actually seem appear to be quite different that this was going on. Is it possible that people who are outside of the prison system but was still involved with making state laws. Wouldn't have known that this was going on. It's a very interesting question. And you know you see. In the film. The that cdc cr officials the department of correction officials are blaming the federal receiver the federal receiver splitting the department of corrections. Federal see versus. We don't even know what we were paying for and that is that is absolutely ludicrous. The fact that california's healthcare in prisons was so deplorable that they had to bring in the federal government fed. A receiver was appointed to oversee healthcare in california's prisons because health care was so deplorable. Is i mean they have to. They have to oversee all aspects of of healthcare that means they have to approve invoices that means they have to approve procedures. So when you hear the federal receiver saying we don't even know what we were paying for. You know it's just it's just shirking responsibility. What i feel though is encouraging though is that there was a woman who wants she was alerted to what was going on court fully behind. Get to the bottom of it. That must have been quite in coaching. Yes senator hannah-beth. Jackson was quite a champion of this movement of of the bill and still champion of the film. I think one of the one of the flaws in the bill that was passed in two thousand fourteen which is really the push where we're at now. Is that no justice for the survivors. Who are already sterilized exists. You know it. Prevents people from being sterilized in the future. But it did nothing for the actual survivors. And so that's where the reparations movement really comes in. I think this'll be the year..

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Marilyn Manson allegedly "forced female fans to strip" after inviting them on his tour bus

Radio From Hell

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Marilyn Manson allegedly "forced female fans to strip" after inviting them on his tour bus

"Marilyn Manson. Mm hmm. Uh, well, they have a photographer is alleged that Marilyn Manson forced females to strip Assed part of a warp sex game with him. Erika von Stein alleges that Mr Manson real name Brian. He Warner also Applied fans with alcohol before ordering them to take off their clothes. Speaking to the mirror. Miss von Stein said she was picked from a crowd of fans by Manson's minders and escorted to his tour bus. She then allegedly hit in the back of a group as the musician pointed at a group of women and instructed them to take off their tops. She? She claims he wanted to see who had the best. Yes, we've had him take off all their clothes, but a garbage person. This is according to her. Everyone was a bit surprised. He made it feel normal like it was something fun to do. Garbage person. Go

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Nuclear and Multimodality Imaging  Coronary Ischemia

Cardionerds

04:44 min | 1 year ago

Nuclear and Multimodality Imaging Coronary Ischemia

"Welcome back everyone. It's time for car. Dealers go nuclear with today's discussion about the multitude of clinical utilities of nuclear cardiovascular imaging within the broader context of multi modality imaging. We are just so thrilled to be joined by our imaging nerds colleagues doctors. Eric hut elbow skinny and wild jaber erica. It gives me so much joy heavy back on our audience will remember you from our cleveland clinic. Cnc are episode episode number. Seventy six on our patient with spontaneous. Pap ruptured related to vascular. Eller donald syndrome so for everyone. Erica was born and raised in costa rica where she received her medical degree from university. Costa rica she trained in internal medicine at the cleveland clinic. Where fortunately for us. She couples matched to stay here for cardiology along with mr dr. Eric hut aka jose. Aguirre truly power couple. Erdo will be staying here for cardiovascular imaging fellowship at beyond being clinical and a research powerhouse. Erica is a leader within the program as her classes fell representative erika. Thanks for joining us high. And it's a pleasure to be back. Thank you for that very kind introduction. I gotta say that. It's thanks to my mentors family and friends that i'm where i am today and i'm more than excited to introduce one of those individuals. Although skin on the cardiovascular imaging fellow at brigham and women's hospital he obtained his medical degree from Willing willingness swallow and completed his internal medicine residency including chief year at cleveland clinic and then moved on to cardiovascular fellowship at this institution although not only a spurt clinician and a researcher but also an exceptional mentor and a friend. And i actually met all during my interview at ccf when he was achieved I blame him. For recruiting me and six more latin americans to my residency class all of which actually became very close friends on one. My husband so thank you all for guiding my steps and really molding future so got. Thank you for those kind words. We have great times back into clinic. Both control mason in the work hard to try to you to the clinic somber. Happy that's the case. You're following through the path of of imaging so an amid. Thank you for the invitation diseases. Great session we're looking forward to do these for some time. So he's my to pressure to actually introduce the doco alligator book. Java's attended cardiologists at the cleveland clinic. He's director of new collapse. And director of the core lab. For the cleveland clinic. But beyond that the jerry's is is a friend of father to me as a person who has been all the way through. My journey in cardiology now could imaging in half neural networks expressed Grateful i am to have him in my life. We call him l. hefei just as a way to show him respect and gratitude and show him how we like him hale. Thank you so much for these kind words. now thank you for having a Show in guys is basically. There's no better time to spend your saturday this except of course watching boss place football but again. It's you know you look at these at yourself and you hear these words you think of yourself thank you all feel old inspect only comes with age and thank you guys old florida or not. Only keeping us always up to date but fighting us and You started shows again how you can change the way. We actually learn medicine. Cardiology from an up down up down way of delivering information. What everybody's waiting for the people in gray hair sitting in now. Beautiful offices in universities threatening us web to waiting for them to come up with a verdict every four or five years guidelines versus you taking this down to the level of practicing and cardiologists toward actually in training or early career and disseminating information. Because you can reflect. Shine the light on. The most important issues is face every day clinics and in the hospital home floors globally with the pandemic and then you can also actually at transcend all these rigid structures. We developed over the past. Maybe thousands of years cardiology and make these structures louis invade democrat. So thank you so much that and there's nobody that person actually reflect this new method or way of learning than erica. Erica is amazing amazing. Amazing human being an amazing physician. And i for the feel fuelling vitals of had in my life over the past two years have been at the cleveland clinic. It's such a pleasure to spend after

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Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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Former Atlanta police Chief Erika Shields named Louisville's top cop

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Former Atlanta police Chief Erika Shields named Louisville's top cop

"Former police chief to head its police department. NBC's Will. Clark has more from Louisville. Erica Shields has been named as the chief of the Louisville Metro Police Department and agency that is still working through the aftermath of the officer involved shooting death of Briana Taylor. Shields resigned as the chief of the Atlanta police Department after her officers shot and killed Rae Shard Brooks last summer I was gonna be a distraction and the city needed to move forward. Shields was the unanimous choice of the search committee beating out 27 other candidates. Will Clark ABC NEWS,

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"erika" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"erika" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back. I've got Erica Feinberg on Erica. How are you? I'm great. Michael. So Nice Tad be chatting with you today I'm very excited about digging in likewise likewise a, you have a diverse career in in we talked about a lot of things in a pre show but. We did allude to know what's going on right now with the pandemic and in leadership and business and how to be successful and and one topic that jumped out right away was innovation. So tell us a little bit about you and then then we can dive into innovation especially times like now are crucial shouldn't be kicked to the curb. Appreciate it. I you know I had an interesting upbringing ahead it really easy on. So I don't have a fuel in particular it had to be self made. So the you know what I noticed during my career is I just also dig no boundaries my mom being a radio personality She had some pretty big stars. I don't WanNa date myself but it's like Jack Benny and and Sammy Davis Junior and Jack Cassidy all these big stars actually, Martha Stewart back then do. You got to needle these people in Paul. Newman. Just through this whole life and so it also made me see I didn't really have a sense of fear I was a little bit just out there would just reach for the stars all the time and I ended up in a situation where I was actually working with Turner. Broadcasting and Ted Turner Scott Tie Slur and and then Oracle Corporation Larry Allison and related in Japan Lian..

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"erika" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"erika" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Terrible feeling is when you find out your significant other is cheating on not quite as bad as the wiper thing. It's close. That really white ratio is really screwing me. If it ever happens to you, you have a few options on how to deal with that you can get Super drunk and Ray Each text until you feel better, and that is my own. It doesn't really work. If you can lock yourself in the bathroom and read, Eat. Pray love until you give up on the idea of marriage and happiness. It's an option Dad, or you can get even by publicly shaming your scumbag ex live on the radio and share the full story of how you caught them. Now we're here to help you do that. In a fun little segment we call busted fun. It's therapeutic, and it's only the second saddest segment that we do on the show. It's pretty good. So here's how it works. We have a few listeners who called in with their own personal caught cheating stories. We'll hear from each of them and hopefully, by the end of this, we'll all feel a little bit better inside. So who's this? Hey, this is Erika Erika, tell us how you busted your significant other. Okay, so I was dating this guy first of six months and in the middle of the day he called me and he's panicking because he tells me he's stuck in an elevator. And he's been that way for, like, two hours from gas. Carrie and he's freaking out right. He thinks he's going to die and underplayed trying to reassure, and I'm like, Okay, it's going to be okay. You'll get out of this buddy. Be bored to our scene. A few too many. Movies. I think that I think is gonna drop a second they get that's why they're mechanical issue. Uh, Anyway, sorry. So go on. No, no, I was just like trying to be nice to him. Couldn't like. Obviously not gonna die like this is not a life or death situation. And then he's like still putting out and he tells me OK, If these are my West moments alive, I need to clear my conscience. And then he refused to tell me that at the very heart of our relationship, he cheated on me with two different girls. Oh, no. Did the elevator doors opened, like moments later, Like, Oh, now you hope he dies. Yeah, it was so insane, and I really did not know what to say back, so I just like hung up on then. 30 minutes later. The elevator's fixed, but he definitely was not welcome back to my apartment. Oh, you no right to go to our next caller. Patrick, tell us how you busted your significant other A couple years ago. Uh, how the job was working, doing uber and grow..

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"erika" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"erika" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Terrible feeling is when you find out your significant other is cheating on not quite as bad as the wiper thing. It's close. That really white ratio is really screwing me. If it ever happens to you, you have a few options on how to deal with that you can get Super drunk and Ray Each text until you feel better, and that is my own. It doesn't really work. If you can lock yourself in the bathroom and read, Eat, Pray love until you give up on the idea of marriage and happiness. It's an option that or you can get even by publicly shaming your scumbag ex live on the radio and share the full story of how you caught them. Now we're here to help you do that. In a fun little segment we call busted fun. It's therapeutic, and it's only the second saddest segment that we do on the show. It's pretty good. So here's how it works. We have a few listeners who called in with their own personal caught cheating stories. We'll hear from each of them and hopefully, by the end of this, we'll all feel a little bit better inside. So who's this? Hey, this is Erika Erika, tell us how you busted your significant other. Okay, so I was dating this guy first of six months and in the middle of the day he called me and he's panicking because he tells me he's stuck in an elevator and he's been that way for, like, two hours from gas. Carrie and he's freaking out right. He thinks he's going to die. And I'm just trying to reassure. And I'm like, okay, it's going to be okay. You'll get out of this buddy board to our scene. A few too many. Movies. I think that I think is going to drop any second. They get stuck. That's why they're mechanical issue anyway. Sorry, So go on. No, no, I was just like trying to be nice to him because, like, obviously not gonna die like this is not a life with that situation, right? And then he's like still flipping out and he tells me OK, if these are my last moments alive, I need to clear my conscience. No. And then he proceeded to tell me that at the very heart of our relationship, he cheated on me with two different girls. Oh, no. Did the elevator doors opened? Like moments later? It was like, Oh, now you hope he dies. Yeah, it was so insane, and I really did not know what to say back, so I just like hung up on then. 30 minutes later. The elevator's fixed, but he definitely was not welcome back to my apartment. Oh, you know, right? Go to our next caller. Patrick, tell us how you busted your significant other a couple years ago how the job was working, doing uber.

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"erika" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"erika" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"L. Everyone welcome to the addictive by PODCAST. My guest today is Erica Flint Erica. You want to introduce yourself. Yeah, sure so I spent. Fifteen years in high tech as a software engineer, and went through some really low period in my life, and ended up wanting more, and so I became a hypnotist, and now I am get to help people retrain and reprogram the most powerful computing device in the world, which is the human mind, and so I love helping people with all sorts of issues I love to help people lose weight. Stop Drinking. Stop smoking a sleep better. Better and I hope a lot of entrepreneurs get out of their own ways that they could be successful and I'm also a bestselling author, and I love helping people my latest, but can you be a hypnotist? Is All about taking people who've been through challenges in their own life, and then they want to become a hypnotist themselves and turn around and help other people, so that's the other part of what I do is I help? And people with big hearts that went to be of service in the world I helped them become hypnotists and help other people in the world. The world better place awesome. That's the whole reason. I wanted. You know podcast because I'm really curious about hypnotism. I've heard of it I have clients that asked me about a hey. Have you tried this on like well? I don't I don't know so I was excited to have you on, so you could explain it and talk about it, and we could discuss it in more detail. Yeah, and a lot of people have questions. Questions about hypnosis, because for most people you know, their experience with Enosis is oh, they saw something on America's talent, or they went to the fair, and they stop. They saw stage hypnotists or <hes> their high school graduation. They had a hypnotist, and so that's people's primary experience with stage hypnosis, and so I love telling people. How do we take what you might see on a stage hypnosis show? How do we turn that into something extremely useful in your everyday life once we make it into the hypnosis office, so just let me know questions you have about it. Great because that's that's been my experience is. Going to the fair and seeing the guy on stage. Who makes people do crazy things or do a crazy dance or I? Don't know, stand on their head. All sorts of crazy stuff and the krog goes wild and everything like that, so that's been my experience of hypnosis, but you're talking about something a little bit different. You're talking about what I understand is like a clinical hypnosis or hypnosis that can help you move through some of the stuff you were saying earlier. Addiction or eating issues or smoking are probably a lot of other. Other stuff too right right and one of the things that will tell people is. They'll say to me. Oh Eric. Are you GonNa? Make Me Bark like a dog, or are you? GonNa make me click like a chicken, and they're trying to reference you know what they see in stage. hypnosis in one of the want everybody to understand about hypnosis really is that yes, you can do things in hypnosis like you see in a stage hypnosis show, but those shows really are for entertaining. So the purpose of those shows really to demonstrate. Wow! Isn't this ICAL function of the mind? Is it really possible for me to be able to forget my first name? And under what circumstances would that be useful right we'll. It's not released. In that case, and so, can we take that function? Though is there something that can we demonstrate the power of the mind and help? You not experienced the pain chronic pain that you've been experiencing. Can we use hypnosis and help you overcome your limiting beliefs and figure out why you keep eating, even though you're not hungry and so I like to ask my clients when they when they ask me those questions. Questions about clicking a chicken or barking like a dog, I say well. Is that what you really want to do? In Your Life like that? That can kind of demonstrate the power of hypnosis, but if we're really talking about empowering your mind, what would you really liked to do? Because nobody has ever once asked me to to be able to cook like a chicken therapeutic setting people are interested in that. They want to stop smoking. They want to stop being and so that really is part of my job. As a hypnotist is to say, Hey, you know that's that's cool in that. That's interesting, but if you really could have the full power of the human mind, what would you really want to do right

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"erika" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"erika" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Your new podcast called homeland insecurity. Basically, it's a new documentary podcast from releases. About sort of the history of immigration enforcement, and how it all change, but we get into that egg. I wanted to at least <hes> introduce a clip that will play. Explain that really. Basically, it's you. It's your voice exploring how immigrants like yourself? have, become the enemy. And how feared change America so let's listen to the clip. I moved to the US from May. He go in their family when I was just eleven years. Old I never imagined will be treated like villains. Bringing drugs, children or forcibly separated from their practice down on sanctuary cities, bringing grime for a ban on all those long 'til suspend immigration over the corona by rapist. So. How did we get here? How did emigrants become the enemy? This is homeland insecurity it podcast from die says about the unwritten history of the HFS about. America lost its way. I'm your host eighty guns. In this podcast we'll go back to the very beginning, and how the mission of the H S win from fighting terrorists to something else. To keeping emigrants. At all costs. Subscribe to homeland insecurity wherever. You listen to podcasts. Visit Homeland Security PODCAST DOT COM So I WANNA make the connection because I you know I i. get what you're saying. It's very important, and and we've been very clear. You know black lives. Matter is black lives leading black voices amplifying. You know we're doing everything we can to be like. How does? How does How does this movement continue to stay elevated? But at the same time, just hearing what you're saying, right? And also, when you talk about police, because obviously police is not just Phoenix city police I mean there's so much police around us, and you are an enemy. You have become an enemy. Erica so how do we begin to make the connections and unpack? And how does your podcast wanted to throw so many questions at you and you can just go in and talk, but how does your podcast? Why do you think your podcast is so relevant now even more I think it is so I want to hear all up. Just it all out my friend. Definitely well, look, we ray now are able to have a much more clear. An open conversation about sixty matic systematic racism and white supremacy, and those are conversations that are really hard to how on a on a daily basis where a lot of people don't make the connection. So, what do you mean? Immigration has anything to do with criminal justice system. You know what it is a different entity than the police. Don't they do different things <unk> focus on different people in? It's always our job as as activists than. Organizers to really explain this this is how we works. You know this is not only how we works, but also this is where it comes from, and one of the big <hes> calls that we had just <hes> I think it was pretty big. With twenty twenty nineteen he was to abolish is and there was so much pushback you know like helping you. Abolish is like what's going to happen. Who GonNa Enforce this? It's a parallel that I'm seeing with people just really questioning cokie. You defend the police like what's going to happen where security gonNA know how security going to happen and. Continuous conversation of US having to explain that a lot of the systems are based on on white supremacy. Allow this system surveys on racism and the jobs that the police and the is Keri Al are basically rooted in that and so <hes> one not start looking into the root of that, and that's what the podcast does with the chest specifically.

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"erika" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"erika" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Matches healthy adults to help a person get supplies or something kind of along the lines of what Erika's describing Paige Miller flurry thanks for joining us thank you for having me tell us about Oakland at risk well I co founded this was a good friend who actually runs program that delivers free groceries to low income seniors and in the two weeks leading up to our shelter in place he started taking sides opposing your seniors were showing up to get groceries and we realize they would really be a need for this so she sent an email out to me on one day and by the next day we had our site up and we have matched about two hundred people so far we have nine hundred volunteers and it's it's really a great way for people who really shouldn't be out in public right now and putting themselves at risk to receive groceries medication and in some cases daily check ins from someone who just wants to know their okay and we're trying to do this by matching neighbor to neighbor which has been a topic in this program yeah hi and how can people sign up if you go to Oakland at risk dot com you have the opportunity to sign up as a volunteer or if someone at risk would like assistance it's a really simple Google Dr Dan of going to we get the information we keep it private and then we match people in some cases with people in their same building people across the street from them it's been amazing some of the connections we've been able to make that we hope last Barbie on this crisis and support our elders and other people who need assistance now and in the future and I noticed you're so you're sort of connecting people but you're encouraging people to take that relationship where they want to take it you're helping them make that initial connection but not necessarily maintaining it for them correct so we do the initial match we try to protect their privacy and let them decide how they want to build that relationship and we've gotten really good feedback from people who just wanted to know that there was someone there if they needed something someone who would check in on them because we had a lot of elders who are isolated and they were already somewhat isolated and now they don't have access to a lot of the services because of the you know the meals on wheels cruise senior centers shutting down so to know that they have that is sometimes enough but certainly the current Medicaid runs helped to zoo I wonder if any thoughts for merry a listener who writes do you have any suggestions on how family members or friends can help older people confined to their homes especially those living alone stay busy and positive so they don't see a decline in their mental or physical health I do think that that outreach even by a phone call and maybe even a couple of times a day it can be if their family members ordered defense if there's a way to teach them to use technology like him or face time what some families are doing is creating a project like could you go find this thing and take a picture of it for me in your house lots of different ways to kind of keep them stimulated but again what we're hearing from some of our elders is chest that angst but that's not about will I get the virus but being connected to a broader community is is important to them home page we were far thanks for coming on your what very welcome she's co founder of Oakland at risk which matches healthy adults to help a person at risk get the supplies and we've got lots of calls and comments can be let me go next to Brad in San Carlos hi Brad.

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"erika" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"erika" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"You see is that is just disgusting really horrible for everybody doesn't blow liquids into the hotel rose do like it's lit the lab men like you like what you gonna do so I didn't plan it out they work well malicious intent here okay I understand that I never asked so what did you say to her when she came around the corner and saw you I did try to play it off like a little bit in the bathroom I I can't find the basket kind of yeah the paper it looked like it you're gonna do other things on that then probably not junior go in the bathroom it you know like the always the bathroom the farthest away from the door debtors of curve around right yeah I'm gonna die either phone number right now you're ready yes there we go however I can I speak to Erika please Hey what's up Erica how are you this is doable from broken Jubal in the morning it's a radio show that I wanted something not right well maybe I don't know we'll find out I guess I'm calling you because you recently went out on a date with one of our listeners and they emailed us to see if we get a hold of you okay you might have won a date with this person may be yeah.

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"erika" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"erika" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Do what with the popular is out so late let it go that's no place see he's gonna settle else out yeah man what what was the other hotel family from local one of them is wow well don't worry about it you know his hand gave them more by because someone is going to Disneyland they say it against you but to live great me down if you were to do that do you understand you would like Erika down somewhat is the V. like this really make I'm let down now that sounded as of yet I'm sorry but none of them he just lost you know this and don't contribute street understand someone one you just did you know I mean okay all our L. has been lost driving to work with you know you all the all new real ninety two three are you over their name and holiday here now all right don't worry about I mean we got more time resource man that's coming up at nine eighteen all right in the neighborhood nine team we got the next round of poor practice businessman resort holiday so continue to hang out with the boys another one no one is making making and as much as I then again I just can't you know his birthday get it things are at I just think the agent.

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"erika" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"erika" Discussed on Mike Drop

"It's one of the most common questions that I asked when I when I do speaking engagements and things I start out with that his purpose. You know in to me, especially given I think there's a there's an element of the human condition that needs struggle and misery. You know, it's got to be scaled and appropriate opposition, you know. Yeah. You got to be challenged. And especially given the background that you had of of having such a challenging driven. Imagine your dogs that you have like your your your former working dogs border. They if they're not getting stimulus. I felt the same way. Okay. It was a working dog that working. Okay. I needed to get in the game. Kennel had to get out. The kennel bitch needed up the kennel. So the the reinvention of yourself the pretty mess coined phrase, which I thought was awesome with the license plate. But. Got a great picture at TI go next to the with the pretty mess license plate, which is fucking great. But one of the I wanted to read another excerpt that says that kind of exemplifies you being escape for people. So we just wrote it down. Then I was thinking about all the different roles. You have to play a woman, sometimes your attempts. Sometimes you're a Princess sometimes you're a pretty mess. I wrote it out. I as a poem, everything you see you want everything I am. I bought it speaks to the facade of Erica, Jane as a character something that was still in its infancy when I was thinking about it. But it always had the notion of fantasy love and escape fantasy love and escape. Glitz glamour and fund those six words or the set pieces that support the allusion of Erica, Jane, and every song every performance every video and every costume it all comes back to those six concepts. So I have to ask him into me. Like, that's what everybody is fucking looking for in their daily lives. And so what does that mean to you to be an escape for so many competing? Thank you. I I like to escape an please come escape with me. I think that you know, life is hard it it. It's full of opposition. It's full of struggle. I wanted to escape into a world of freedom. I wanted to express myself without condition. I wanted to be able to say things that, you know, people only thought I wanted to express myself I wanted to be sexually liberated and all this kind of stuff, and it just it just. You know? I don't know. I just I was fucking ballsy. And I put it out there. Yeah. I just did it that's one of the things that I saw parallel with even this podcast. And in what you went through as you were creating the Erika, Jayne, persona is a persona. Thank you for saying that because so many people think that you know, there's a part of it that it's a costume like it's a uniform. It's it's it's a persona you put it on. And then you put her away who I'm not her. You know, so many people when they watched the show they want to say, oh, you know, let your fucking crazy like you have to, you know, get the fuck outta here performance persona. Yeah. And I think again from reading the book is that one of the the reasons why thank you you were so successful and being able to create that as that. There was no creative interference. That was the key to your success. Is that you didn't have it was not Labor's? Yeah. There's no bullshit. And that's why that's actually why love the Mike trout podcast so much is similarly like, you know, it's not CBS. It's not CNN..

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