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Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres make 14-year, $340 million deal official

Baseball Together Podcast

00:17 sec | 5 d ago

Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres make 14-year, $340 million deal official

"Baseball is officially back. We have spring training underway currently and we also have fernando tatis junior twenty two years old gets a fatty fat fat extension from the san diego padres. Fourteen years three hundred and forty million

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are getting divorced

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:19 sec | Last week

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are getting divorced

"Of the most well known celebrity unions is ending kim kardashian filing for divorce from kanye west reportedly an amicable split. They've been married for more than six years and have four children. It was the first marriage for west. The third for kardashian her family's show keeping up with the kardashians is ending. Its fourteen year run this year.

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Padres, Tatis agree on 14 years, $340M

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

00:43 sec | Last week

Padres, Tatis agree on 14 years, $340M

"The padres straight gay fernando tatis ton fourteen years three forty according to our jeff passan key indicator here is kia said before when you give machado money you give harper money. You pull those guys all switch teams. They know something about fernando tatis. He's only twenty two years old. Yeah he's young and he's shown and these establish yourself he's becoming a huge fan favorite in major league baseball something that the boring sport certainly. You're right when he's at the dish or in the field he's kind of like a must watch guy and they definitely need that as the pod tried to creep closer to keys dodge relies. How big us for shortstop. He's my size playing short. He's got good genes dad quite the player as well. His son i think is going to be a little bit better safe to say that

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Elsie Teaches Emma To Be An Internet Mom

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

06:58 min | Last week

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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Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded Fearless Album Has 6 New Songs

Daily Pop

04:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded Fearless Album Has 6 New Songs

"Taylor. Finally getting revenge on scooter braun. Absolutely i love it because it's her masters you know and when you're young or when you're excited you sign onto a record label and you don't even think about everything else. Happy to get it. Yeah you're so happy to get it. So i'm excited for her her new album and the new songs that are on there. I think our fans are going to support her and the everyone's going to buy it. I think you're right. Her fans are gonna supporter. I just don't this is really about revenge at this point. I think this is more about making a statement making a stand for artists out there to own their own masters. But i've said this time and time again. I don't think that she needs to be thinking about. This is me versus scooter. Scooter made a business deal that anybody would have made had. They had the capital and the chance for it to be brought to the table. I think she needs to rearrange in and and stop thinking in that manner if she is because we know what happened last time. She got an a few of ninety. We ended up with the whole snake gate and it was crazy and it didn't really turn out very well for her but i read. This is the best way to do revenge like you said i think her you're right though. Her message is for future artists. Who do what you can to try to own your your own songs. It is challenging for an upcoming artists because the label feels. They're taking a risk on you and so they they really fight to own that they're putting money into your marketing budget to your studio time to all of things and it takes a song. I don't remember the exact math but like a song has to be number one for so many weeks for you to really make any kind of money on it at all. I mean as you guys all know. Artists make most of their money off touring and the rights. So another reason why she's probably doing this too is for all the future times that movies or commercials or whoever wants to use her music. She gets the credit for. I don't know if i would want the thirty year old taylor swift singing about fourteen year old things. I think i'm going to want the original. I'm going to want the fourteen year old taylor. Her voice change. Her body has changed. Everything about that. Time has changed the music chain. It even better now. You have grown woman singer. That's kind of scary. I think this is going to be huge for her. I think it's the maybe the old songs aren't going to give them that much recognition but the six new songs. It's gonna be a whole new money pop. The did make it to the first album. Probably risi nine or instagram. She says because she didn't want to many slow songs or too many sad songs. Or you know those reasons why you cut songs and you put together an album the way that you do you know you don't wanna bunch of slow tempo songs. You don't want all fast tempo songs. You wanna have a variety show your range and you can only fit so many on an album. Release back in the day now. Things are looking a little bit differently. So i think and she that was like some of my favorite song writing for her was back in the waiting for this. I really think i'm excited about up waiting. Don't you want to hear the woman saying before. I mean i'll listen to it. I think it's gonna be great. I just think we need to lower our expectations. I remember when this album came out in two thousand and six. It was not only the bob. It went diamond like for album to go diamond into one. E twenty is almost impossible. Because i think it is a little bit of revenge. The little bit of. I'm gonna show you. It's a little bit. Let me show the other artists. I get what you're saying. It was definitely a business deal and a business move for him. But she's like you know what. I what my masters you gotta understand. When michael jackson bought the beatles masters. Can you imagine the beatles a lot really for my business move. That was gangster. You can't be mad at somebody if we're coming to the table with money to buy something like it wasn't his fault and i stick with that but i understand where she's coming from. I just think when you get wrapped up in revenge and one upping somebody. You often get your expectations kinda deflated. Because it doesn't go as

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Me, Him And Her

Strawberry Letter

03:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Me, Him And Her

"Stephen shirley i've been in a relationship with a man for at least twelve years. We've known each other. Since we were children growing up in the church we are the perfect couple. We have great memories and we always planned to spend the rest of our lives together. The only thing that's coming between us is the woman he lives with. My man was in prison for fourteen years but i was faithful to him the entire time when he got out he moved in with the female he only known a few months. He's been out for five years and now he's trapped with her because she's helping him get back on its feet and he's helping her take care of her kids and his kid. He told me that her youngest child is his. And i didn't hold it against him because things happen whenever we talk. He tells me he's miserable and says he wants to come live with me. The final straw was when he told me that she's making him marry her since she's been taking care of him for five years. He told me that she knows about me and thinks we're just best friends. Stop him from marrying her because he does not love her. He's into threesomes and he's had a wild sex life. So i know he's bored out of his mind with her. I have a nice home and enough money to take care of us so it would be a smooth transition for him. I failed to mention that. I'm a very handsome and debonair man because that has nothing has nothing to do with wire. Wrote this letter okay. I want my man with me where he belongs. How can i get him from this woman. Okay okay you try to trick us right there in the end. But i'm gonna tell you. Sat out completely tricked. He tried it the advice. We i'm going to give will be the same if it's a man or a woman in this in this particular instance. Yeah so you asked the question. How can you get him from this woman and the answer is you can't you can't get him away. He is where he wants to be. Either he's scared to come out as bisexual or gay or he's just plain selfish. Wants you both on his terms. I mean you've heard the expression wanting his cake. I want my cake and eat it too. Well that's what this is about. Twelve years is a long time to be with anyone right anyone without some type or any type of commitment marriage. I'm going to marry you. Be a life partner. Common-law something. I mean you should do yourself a favor and realized that he's lying to you just to keep you on the side and to make sure you don't go anywhere else or be with anyone else so you gotta stop believing his lies you have to. I mean he's telling you he's miserable and wants to come live with you. Why hasn't he done it. I mean he's helping. She's helping him get back on. Its feet sounds like he's been back on his feet for all of the five years he's been out and the biggest lie. She's making him mary her well. How is she doing that. You mentioned in the letter of her putting a gun to his head. He didn't tell you that or anything. How how is he doing that. Because the kids are or whatever no. He's lying he does not want to be with you time like that. He wants to keep it on the down low. Okay you need to let him go and just and let him just be with her and you find yourself someone else because you know this is all. You're going to get from him. This is it and you don't wanna waste another twelve years with him. You're just wasting your time waiting for this guy. He's not going to

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Stepmom Mentor Tracy Poizner Shares Her Divorce Story

In Your Corner Divorce

06:29 min | 2 weeks ago

Stepmom Mentor Tracy Poizner Shares Her Divorce Story

"In what you're divorced is like yes sir. I married for so many years. Thirteen fourteen fourteen years maybe and My daughter was eleven. When i decided to divorce and i probably i probably should have gotten divorced. Probably should have never married this person. Except of course i'm the benefit is that i have a daughter who i love so much and she's wonderful But like i could have gotten divorced when she was two or three or five for seven or you know any time it was not in my wheelhouse. It was not something that you know. My parents have been married for sixty four years like didn't know anybody who was divorced. All of their friends were married all those years. It just was not anything that i ever entertained. As a solution to my problem solution was suck it up in like everything in life. I i i had two options which were figure it out and suck it up. I just say something. That's so interesting. So i'm all about like live your truth. Be who you are and own that regardless of what it looks like and what i did was what you just said. I tried to suck it up my ass off. China's gratitude lists all over town. I mean my. My perspective accepts. Oval was so small so great that by the time i got to the place where got you i was basically like you could use zero feigns and i'll just be trying to be happy and what i love about. That idea is today. We get to make decisions based on what her truth. And then we. The solution is a suck it up in our co parent dane and in our step. Mom's of so right. Because the person i wanna live with for the rest of my life is me and then whoever chooses my partner is going to be hopefully awesome but the sucking. It should not be my person. It should be like outside people. Yeah exactly exactly and anyway star. You're sucking sucking it up. And then finally i just i just couldn't anymore like your. I remember when my husband went with me. One time to counseling together. I remember saying you know. I'm i'm sitting on a cistern of of hurt that that is full like this cement late is on and no more can go in. I can't i just can't put any more in there. And i remember the the counselor asking my husband. Would you like to know more about what she's talking about. And he said no he didn't he did and that was the moment. When i knew that that that's the end you know so. Did he know he were struggling He knew that he had been unfaithful like through the entirety of our marriage. And he knew it and i knew it wasn't a secret but that it had just gone from that. You know that was something that i felt that i could encapsulate that somewhere. Like i could scott him. Is that little piece of what was wrong with our relationship and say this is who he is he. Has you know this kind of over. Sexualize attention seeking piece of him. That's not go away. I'm not going to change him. I can live around that by understand it today. would you want in your current marriage. No never never so. Do you think for for me. And for a lot of people. I speak whereas we try so hard to change. Our values are worse in changing the our order to fit the mersin. Where with rather than the other way around like. Honor like this. Who i am and i don't deserve nor do i wanna be with someone who can't be face into no of course not and it's a it's like a cost benefit ratio that you go through in your mind right. I married this person. Having had red flags about this before we got together. But i- flattered myself with the idea that i was the person that he wanted to come back to you and that i was better than these other people because i was the one that he chose and said. You're the one i wanna marry and you know i wanna be with you forever and the other philandering was like those were meaningless things in terms of the connection that we had that was an expert in hell yourself right my self. That was an expression of this. You know this weakness that he has. And i can cope with that because that's not about our connection. That's something that can stay on his side of the fence and in truth if he'd been nice to me the rest of the time i probably could've born at you know whenever you buy. Were you emotionally fulfilled by him. My fantasy of what our relationship was was emotionally fulfilling. The fantasy of it was but he was I mean i think it's fair to i. Don't wanna use the word narcissist. That gets bandied around you know. He wasn't like malignant but he was very very much about himself and his needs and and who he was and what he needed. And and you know my favorite question is asked us when i heard it from one of my clients and she said what would you want. Would you want your marriage for your children and you think about your daughter and i. It's so much easier. But i think that. I think that i was modeling. I thought i was modeling. My parents marriage. I mean i thought i was living out what i saw modeled. Which was that. You have difficulties between you and us just work like nothing is perfect yet. No relationship is perfect yet. They all have and there were many many good qualities of very interesting person. He's a wide reader. he's got a great sense of humor. he's very talented. He's very outgoing gregarious. But like those. Were all the reasons that i married him. At the end of the day you know it was a situation where he was somebody who was just sucking up all the air in the room. There was no room for anyone

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Widening the IT Talent Pool

Status Go

04:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Widening the IT Talent Pool

"Explored some of the issues surrounding diversity. In tech or better stated lack of diversity in tech an area we have not dug into yet is the talent pipeline and the role it plays in building diversities in our teams and our companies. This is your host jeff ton in this episode. We're going to speak with nicole crane. Nicole is the ceo of tectonic a software development company that is a certified b. corp and which has diversity as part of its core mission. Tectonic is the creator of the first software development apprenticeship recognized by the department of labor. Welcome to the show nicole. Hi jeff thanks so much for having me super exciting yes. I'm really excited to dig into this. Because when i learned of tectonic in the role you were playing as having that apprenticeship. I just couldn't wait to dig in and understand more about how that works but before we do that. I'd love to know about your journey. What brought you to tectonic. And then we'll get into what tectonic does in itself. But i'd love to start with your journey turn so i actually started my career in silicon valley in I actually work for very large cable operator back in the day but i quickly moved into the startup world and you know all things technology back in the day regardless of industry and as i progressed through my career you know certainly started facing the same challenges that most companies did in that we couldn't find good talent or we were constantly competing for the same pool. People in about four years ago. I moved to boulder colorado for an opportunity with sas company and again the same thing. We're competing with talent especially when google moved into town and then You know. I was in the market again in looking and i came across tectonic and i was like what genius idea And having lived the side of trying to find talent fast enough in qualified enough of like. Wow i now have an opportunity to go from the other end and help others. That are facing the same challenge by extending the offering that tectonic head. So i was. I was super excited. By 'cause i was like i can't believe somebody hadn't thought about this sooner. So tell me about tectonic itself first of all. What do you do Tectonic do and give me a little bit of the background on the company. How came to to have such an important role in diversity cheer so tectonic is in outsourced custom development shop so we are All onshore here in the us and then we do everything from quick projects to staff augmentation technology teams and then the more interesting piece of that is the apprenticeship program that we run to effectively develop software developers so when heather terenzi started the company. Geez about fourteen years ago it was really just a development shop and she ran into the same problem. Everybody else has which is. Where do you find. Good talent that you can bring on. And she had this notion of well. Why don't i just teach people to do the job. Hence the apprenticeship was born about four years ago for three and a half four years ago and the idea was to bring folks in give them classroom training and then migrate them into the development teams where they can have the on the job learning portion that would allow them that real world experience and then progress through says where it started and then she also they ran into some situations where clients ra like. These folks are fantastic. Can we hire them and in the notion usually in most companies is non compete non solicitation. Because you want to find good people you don't wanna lose them but in my experience if people are going to leave they're going to leave regardless of what agreement you have with your client so why not enable that journey for somebody and that's really

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Protesters Rally Across Myanmar, Defying Coup and Risking Crackdown

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Protesters Rally Across Myanmar, Defying Coup and Risking Crackdown

"We start today's program with the ongoing turbulence in myanmar. Massive crowds of protesters have taken to the streets as demonstrations continue against last week's coup in which the army detained elected leader. Angsana suci over the weekend me and my its largest protests in more than ten years. It's also reported that police in the capital have used water cannon on workers conducting nationwide strikes for more on this. We're joined now by professor penny green. Who's amendment expert and director of the international state crime initiative. A penny. good afternoon to you. Thanks for being with us. Just tell us first of all about your reaction to what we've seen and indeed heard about over the weekend Water cannon deployed these huge protests This is something quite different than we've seen for well more than a decade yes indeed. The last massive set of protest took place in two thousand and seven. And and i think it's. It's really quite remarkable. What's happening inside. Myanmar at the moment and the courage of the demonstrators is is really phenomenal. I think that many of these people especially the young have really effectively only known some kind of democracy albeit very fragile. I mean it was very very weak democracy but the freedom that came with after five decades of military rule is something that the people of do not want to let go of. I'm penny we'll talk. Maybe in a moment about what the military's reaction to this might be sort of medium-term in a second. But i did want to ask you about that point about the this as brickley democracy as you pointed out it is nevertheless it. Is you know thirteen. Fourteen years of that and so many people who are teenagers young people students will only have known that. Do you think that reflects. I don't know if it's a miscalculation by the military but it may be an underestimation of exactly how wedded to those notions. This this younger demographic all is it probably is a miscalculation. I think that the military scared basically very fearful of the power of the people of myanmar. They lost so badly there. They're usd pm. Military party lost extremely badly in the november twenty elections And as a result. I think Recognized in some senses that the writing perhaps was on the wall and the only way that they could shore up. The future of their their authority was to initiate a coup. I mean there are all sorts of other explanations for the kutu loudly relating to the the power and wealth of Commander in chief gentleman lie. But i do think that they have probably miscalculated But it's it's also true to say that the man my people. The burmese historically have risen up against the brutality and repression of military hunters in the past particularly nine hundred ninety eight and again in two thousand and seven even though they hadn't been tasting democracy in the recent past. So i think that there is that that there is that desire for freedom which will emerge. I'm presented itself in. These kinds of situations are well short term than the police have been very clear as as we mentioned you know that's been the deployment of water cannon In napa all ready and you know it's been presented as very much a choice to the protesters leave move on or face force potentially increasing force. Do we have any sense of the lengths to which the military and police authorities will go to in terms of escalating that force in terms of the potential for more violence on the streets. Well we look at history. We know that this military is capable of the most barbarous repression. We only have to look at the genocide hinge which took place in over the last over this infect period of so-called democracy But the worst of it was saying in two thousand seventeen when thousands were killed and eight. Hundred thousand were driven across the border into bangladesh. And if we could look back historically to two thousand to two thousand and seventeen to nineteen ninety eight. The military deployed Brutal force against all forms of demonstrators. So we know that that is on the cards. And they have issued a message via state media to the people of myanmar now to say that unless you abide by the law you have to expect that there will be A reaction and that reaction. The people of myemma know well. We'll be one of violence.

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Laurent Duvernay-Tardif: From Super Bowl Champ to the COVID Frontline

ESPN Daily

04:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif: From Super Bowl Champ to the COVID Frontline

"He actually got his medical degree back in two thousand eighteen. My ultimate goal is to step on this deal with the md back pocket nigger dowdy. And he's the only active. Nfl player with a medical degree today. When the pandemic hit laurent decided that you know what. I wanna volunteer. Have this degree wanna be able to help out by. Read more about what was going on immediately. My thought when from oh my god this is stuff for me to. How can i help. Long-term healthcare facilities nursing homes. They were the hardest especially in the quebec area. Also in ontario where i am from. So laurent saw the stress that was put on the healthcare workers and he was like if i can just get in there and alleviate some of the stress on them as well as you know lifting up the spirits of some of the most at risk patients in the elderly. I'm going to do anything. i can possibly do. Our duty as a citizen to really think about what. Can i do to fight this thing. Just that biographical detail alone is crazy that this is a guy who managed to get a degree in medicine while playing right guard in the nfl and playing by the way really well. The chiefs signed him a couple of years ago to a five-year forty one million dollar contract extension but to get back to his medical career. I mean it speaks to this very unusual path. That laurent has taken to the league. So tell us. Where laurent from. And how do you grow up. Laurent is from a town outside of montreal. Thirty minutes outside of montreal. Mount saint hilaire quebec is obviously predominantly french-speaking part of canada and he grew up. Speaking french is first language. His parents were like you know. We want to do things different. I'm mired win. My parents raise me. They told me when i was a kid to take risks to take his dad who is a teacher and agriculture. Actually said you know what my dream to be able to sail down the coast with my family for a year long sailing trip so he quits his job him and his wife dee land along with iran his two sisters gotten a boat and sailed down the coast for a year all the way down to the east coast of the united states. Right down to the caribbean while he was there he was home schooled by his parents while he actually learned different life experiences. So they're sailing up and down the atlantic coast. What do they do when they're not in a boat like what's their business how they make a living laurent's grandfather owned a winery francois. His father was working at the winery and when they came back. They decided to sell the winery. Francois got involved in the culinary arts and he opened up a bakery and now they have several bakeries in the montreal area. So you have this fabulous this decidedly non traditional lifestyle that. They've embraced where they're sailing together. The running a vineyard. They're running bakeries. I mean this. Forgive me mathis. Sounds like the idyllic french canadian life and it's because of these very different childhood experiences matt that laurent doesn't even start playing football until he's fourteen years old. He commits studying medicine at mcgill a very prestigious university in montreal and he ultimately decides to play. Football at mcgill is well. What do you think you'll laurente to. The game of football laurent has always said that. He loved being on the field with his teammates. He loved working as a team much. Like as a medical doctor working on a floor with a team an operating room is kind of similar as football field in the sense that there's eleven people or twelve people working together and you've got to know where you fit in that team so i think he's taking. This is a dream. I want to play for the highest level in the sport that i can play at and obviously in canada. You don't have a long list a players that made it there but he He said his mind to and he says i'm going to do

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GM going electric

Motor1.com Podcast

02:55 min | 3 weeks ago

GM going electric

"Starting things off talking about general motors engines. And the reason we're doing that are two very interesting in pieces of news. We've got Last week gm announced that as of twenty thirty five th they are going to stop offering internal combustion engines in their light cars so basically you might still be able to get a va in your silverado. Twenty five hundred or something like that but vast majority of their vehicles probably even performance stuff like your corvette if the camaro still around then those are all going to be e vs or maybe plug in hybrids but basically gas a purely gas powered engines are not in their future and so i wrote up the road up the story last week and it really got my gear. Spit on that. You know g. m. is one of the oldest auto makers in the world nerd. They've got over one hundred years of history and there are some absolutely fantastic internal combustion engines in that town at also. Interestingly this week. I'm this is a story that you wrote about it is at you know. Cadillac announced that the new cto four. V black-wing c. T. v. black wing. Those are going to be the last v models from cadillac with internal combustion engines and so it really seems like gm serious about this at least for right now So yeah it's it's a weird time. Jim anything to add about the cadillac part of that. Well i mean yes. And no. I guess the bigger question is whether or not gm can actually pull this off than our commenters brought up as well as you know. Twenty thirty is a long time and time away make makes promises that doesn't necessarily keep so they they sometimes don't always follow through most of the all of the time. Maybe i i. I don't wanna sound too harsh on gm. Because i mean they're they're they're going forward and and i mean frankly they have to go for it right. The whole industry is moving in that direction. And we're we're faced with a gm lineup right. Now that is pretty much almost completely devoid of any electrification Damning they have some Just wanted just a couple of vehicles right off the top of my head. Of course they've got the the gmc hummer okay. i. I don't know if a hundred and ten thousand dollar luxury electric pickup truck is really going to be the the mainstream savior but yeah fourteen. Years can get there and cadillac. I mean these These amazing looking sports sedans. That's going to be the the end

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Born free, photographed free, living free

Photography Daily

05:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Born free, photographed free, living free

"Joe. Jura professional advertising photographer. Your passion lies in wildlife until the vn advocacy as well did did that come out of photographing commercially or or has that always been the way that you've got this. Deep fascination for wildlife and the wildlife fascination begun knows very little seeing the film born free and then having little plastic animals and you know just growing up with it bit. My photography started off in a completely different direction. I wanted to be a repechage documentary photographer. So and the wildlife didn't come to weigh much later. Neither did the repechage for that matter. Because i realized my skill set was more about imagination. Conceptual coming up with ideas so so as a ripple taj new news repechage. Is that what you saw yourself. That's right. i was age. Fifteen or sixteen men are living in scotland and i used to go out and graft political marches and rock against racism events and things like that just because i thought that was the way to get into it. You don't start off really badly. The first first event went on ludi the film properly you know so it was a learning process but then really one side Myself off to photography college. I realized that i was heading in a different direction. I do want to talk about More generally about you'll you'll work with with federal graphing animals and wildlife. In in the second part we do but it but i think that we have some sort of bridge here between between the commercial work and entering the industry and then ending up working with boom freeze a foundation So so let let's bridge. That's a bit and if we cannon precis fashion what what happened well. I had my heart set on coming to london and getting into that. The advertising conceptual photography world. And i did that and the i kinda set myself goals to get a billboard poster or win an award after a while. I just had this urge from photography to really mean something. I was saying these campaigns that were being seen and being well received. And i still enjoy doing those. I don't want to stop doing that. But i just wanted. My work to kind of achieve something in a couple of shoots came up where i had the chance to incorporate wildlife photography graffiti into what i was doing and it was There was a book on you bass next week about my boot translocation and that allowed me to combine those two worlds in a way that i haven't seen done before lately done new direction and that was for me off and running towards wildlife further down the road once. I don not sort of work. I got in touch the born free foundation because they were the wildlife charts whose work i really admired and contacted them about doing some work and took off from that so with all these projects. Full foundations light. Boone free ngos and and and and things like that. I would imagine at first. Is something that you have to invest financially in as well because nobody's gonna say well. George is possibly money help us. Not they definitely don't and the luckily i was busy. Enough with my commissioned work to allow me to go off and do this on a tangent and And to a degree by commission work subsidized my experiments with wildlife photography and a few trips to africa and yes and that was once. I got a taste for that and realized how much liked it especially still trying to combine it with my style. I was often running. And yet i've been doing that ever since a not was fourteen years ago and it had to be africa because that's where the lions are had to be lions. It hot to be lines. I'm absolutely borderline obsessed with them. And i've been since i was a little a child and i do realize i did almost often Polar bears a couple years back. And i know born free. Want me to go to india to do to work on tiger project so i haven't ignored the other continents completely each time you go to africa so different. Note no matter where you go you know. I've covered most of the countries. I've got a good wildlife population so And and that should be there now. I know well how. Yeah i i wanted. Well ascot's envy you send you mentioned. It clearly has affected. But how much have you year were. You hoping to be lost it. This would have been in twenty twenty hoping to be out there well for the last ten years. I've been averaging for five trips a year usually a month time of three or four weeks a time and that usually ties in with a plan for armed for you want me to to work on personally. I'd i'd go anyway. I'm never happier than bouncing into the african dawn in newfoundland rover and just saying you know what's

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Lead Developer of Liquid+ on Team Liquid's New Fan Meeting Ground

Esports Network Podcast

08:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Lead Developer of Liquid+ on Team Liquid's New Fan Meeting Ground

"Liquid Plus Package launched newly-launched website that you might have seen some ads for Jesse. Welcome to the show begins instant. Do you haven't heard of liquid plus you might not have seen the front page of twitch cause they're airing spots during the LCS patches. They're launching TL's mascot into space on a weather balloon and the organization is going to be hosting in Among Us tournament. They're going to be dropping a crane into a whole thing of TL March and a whole bunch of other ads all pointing to this new platform Liquid Plus. So what is liquid plus and Jesse will be able to explain a lot more on the table. Level it's a place where fans of Team Liquid can gather and even earn rewards for being fans of a team or of the entire organization. I used to decide up and it takes you through your favorite T sports package favorite team look players for ask you to leak some other social accounts and explore the site Jesse. We talked for an e Sports Insider article back in August around the open Beta. What were the main priorities between that beta-agonists launch wolf. It's a huge question is so many things you want to get out of a beta and it's really not enough time to do it from the tech side. There was a lot of validation that we needed to do in terms of page many people can this platform in the support that offensive going to be receptive to the kinds of things that we built. Have we missed the mark on some things. How can we coerce strict those and of course on the other side of the page where you've got your operational side of things like are we putting out the right kind of content that people responded to that content? We want to test all of that stuff and you know dead. Better was as you point out a tentative out a couple of weeks ago now and it said it was up for about four months and still pretty close to answering a lot of those questions and it made some pretty significant a stretch their fantastic. How excited were you to actually open this up to the Public's. I thought you had the beta but how long have you been working on this? When did you first start off leading up to this week in this full launch. So look at plus started as an idea back in January two years ago. We took seriously broke ground on it and much of that year. So that's March 2019, and we worked on it under wraps for about a year-and-a-half before it got to the public. So it's it's been worked on for quite some time and another I don't know if the excitement's the right word dreads probably a more accurate descriptive on the tech side, you're never sure of things are going to go according to plan or something is wrong. A wrong and then if we're late nights ahead of you, but fortunately things went off basically without a hit yesterday. So a huge sigh of relief at the end of the day yesterday. I am expecting fires to pop up all over the site what people got their hands on it. Yeah. That's the thing that development right? If you do your jobs correctly then even then there's going to be something you haven't thought of and they'll be some some bugs somewhere that's firing off a million queries a second or something and It's only once you really get it out there and it's the world that you realize that oh, no, there actually was a problem here, but we had pretty minor issues. We worked through them very very quickly and took the platforms up and running in and super stable. And we're going to be proud of was going to say I read through the whole sign-up process earlier today. It was pretty stable. I'd worked pretty pretty well. I believe everything was working as intended took me about five minutes to go from the initial sign-up phase to getting all the side picking on my favorite players and then playing around with it. What do you want people to know about this site where Hey listen to this podcast right now? Why should they go check out Team Liquid Plus? What does it offer that has it existed in the past? That's a great question. I think if you're just a cable tech enthusiasts Liquid Plus is really putting the boundaries of what is even possible and Esports technology. I think wage, um woven anything else. This is the first real Esports loyalty system that exists in out there. I think you see a lot of people out there doing e-commerce loyalty which is which is all very well. We did you see a lot of people trying to gamify Club decisions through various smart contract technology that kind of stuff but but not really getting to the heart of what it means to be a fan of baseball steamer don't recognize that fandom fit in a real way. That was our Guiding Light all through liquid plastic building a platform that recognize off with fans how fans are engaged with two liquid and making sure we could identify the people who were engaged with us the most It's it's somewhat criminal that we didn't know who our biggest fans were this time last year our fans as we've come to know if the last eight months or so are just bought some of the most amazing people that we could ever hope to have one over to our side. We're kind of constantly in order of the the kinds of things that they they post and say to us and they connect with us into the volume of how much time how much time they spend watching some liquid. It's really really it makes you feel honored just to be a part of the platform. We won't be able to any of us. Like a plus right? So the whole point of the plus is that once you've connected or your account so you can just go about your life as you would in the other way like you don't have to worry about anything. But every time you engage the teamwork would be that we're competing in the LCS be that rocket league matches going on a. It's what I meant or just the glass part of my day just being a Counterstrike for assistance. If you're watching the supporting us, you're going to be credited with points and those points of these groups come back to your profile and our symbolism of your a symbol of your fandom for some liquid. Of course, if it's just without players directly on Twitter or Twitter or messages on Reddit or Discord, press any about the schools that is including our plan to schools. All of that information is being fed into liquid plus and we get along pretty good understanding of who you are as a fan and we're able to have eyes on give us a fat. And that's a pretty scary thing to think about for a lot of people that own a big bad companies that eyes on us, but we have pretty strong data protection and that's uh out of data Protection Officer if he's being a member of the community for just as long as I have which is about fifteen fourteen years at this point and everything we do is for our fans and all of the doors were locked away safely securely and only ever used to make it's basically let us know who you are as a fan and to give back to the well, they went on a bit of attention to the image, but Thursday, I mean, this is one of those things that we feel really strongly about until is really special. I'm going to loop back to the importance of understanding who your fans are and especially house that relates to traditional Sports and why it's a good it's reported E sports, but you mentioned connecting of all your various accounts and you know that comes with ones that are traditionally attached to your person, you know, most of these Sports communities not using Facebook anymore. But you things like your Twitter profile more likely to be attached to hey, this is me same with Instagram and then you also offer the ability to connect with Reddit with Discord places that are generally more of an anonymous profiles. Are you expecting any pushback from fans when it comes to connecting accounts like that specifically to the platform and you know can people still get good use out of it. Even if they're not connecting all their accounts. Yeah, we think you can get quite a lot of your settle good place even without connecting its platforms. For instance. If you just want to use Liquid Plus as an e-commerce loyalty schemes and by all means if you're buying things from the store liquid possible know about it and you'll get the appropriate points for that as well the added benefits of being able to engage with us on Discord wherever and be credited for that

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Is Zillow About The Be YOUR Biggest Competitor

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:14 min | Last month

Is Zillow About The Be YOUR Biggest Competitor

"Three to one. And we're actually. It is january the twenty ninth and we have a podcast today which is discussing bombo bump ball so all the changes that they're doing a lot of chatter online about this. There is a lot of chatter online and We're going to do our best to clarify and go through the specifics of what is happening. Now with zillow and essentially then becoming a national real estate brokerage and being your primary competitor and a lot of your markets and all the little things are going to be a essentially. Try to get in between you and your customers. We've been warning you guys about this forever and here's really the bottom line. If you're one of the agents that's been feeding your competitor is zillow as they've been essentially spending up to become a you know a broker down the street. That's going to try to take your business well in you didn't listen. You kept on spending money with them. Because you were didn't know how to generate your own byerly it's while you're gonna unfortunately probably suffered the worst because what we're saying this again. What we've been telling you guys about for years now is zo. Inevitably was going to get in the brokerage business. They had to continue just show value to their shareholders. There's only so many different parallels they could be getting into in the selling agent space selling agent leads space and of course they're going to get to the brokerage business and when they pivoted aggressively towards the buyer space jillian. I said straight up you past. Podcast there is zero chance. They're not gonna be getting into the real estate brokerage business because we knew and you guys should hopefully know by now that one of the primary benefits of the airspace as it turns off a lot of it creates a lot of Seller leads in those seller leads. Then you run an ad for an eye buyer type situation where seller can wholesaler house or sell it at a discount convenience fee as jillian coined it to sell the house without the normal. You know. let's be honest. Hassles of retailing. A house unless sellers are gonna be willing to do that. They had the cash flow and they can maybe leave a couple twenty grand or thirty grand on the table and not have to deal with all the you know the showings and the conditioning of the house. And all that. Yeah a lot of people are gonna be willing to pay that and you should not be surprised because very rarely despite what you might think very rarely is the most important thing to the seller. The price mo- sellers most everyone you included. Listeners are more focused on essentially stress-free convenience hassle free. And you're gonna be more than willing to pay for that. And that's what these i- buyers represent to consumers but our focus has always been agents brokerage the actual real estate industry boots on the ground entrepreneurs of you folks so we've been warning you that it's inevitable that zillow was going to get into the brokerage business and of course they are now in the brokerage business and they're going to be coming to a hypothetical street corner either real or virtual near you sometime soon. It's going to be called zillow homes. This is not made up. This is not speculative it will be zillow homes right and so what is the advantage that zola has in the marketplace huge advantage. Many places in the country people were often refer to searching for a house on line. they don't even say searching their replaced it with the words zillow ing going to zillow zillow has created a really relatively short period of time a stellar brand and from a consumer perspective their interface. And let's give credit where credit is due. They have become a very very effective company. That's servicing consumers right so the consumer interface on their app and their phone is vastly superior to anything else. That's out there including realtor dot com. And you know we can bemoan history. Oh we want to but the reality of it is that is what it is so now that zillow is officially in the brokerage business. And they're going to be competing with you. I want to be very clear case. We have not been clear about this before one of the main benefits of running an eye by our program from a lead generation perspective is. You're going to get a lot of sellers that would consider the buyer be willing to pay the convenience fee then decide not to decide to retail the house. Now a lot of you are aware again. Hopefully you are aware because you've been listening to us. That zillow is then going to be feeding those resale leads to their in-house agents and then they're going to be listing those resales in some markets. They're still selling those leads to agents at like a ridiculous referral th-they but that's going to be ending soon. So what you're going to be looking at is the sea change in the way essentially zillow interacts with you. Because they're taking the gloves off and you're going to see they've had dig gnarly fists hiding underneath those nice little velvet gloves for over fourteen years now and you've just not even wanted to realize it. Now why did you have realized that you just didn't care because you didn't know of any other way to generate your own business because you didn't know how to generate listing leads zillow's achilles heel has always been that they have to essentially piece the real estate industry because at the time they weren't a real estate brokerage and they had then they had like i think was julie fiber hundred or thousand remember individual relationships with individual brokerages to get their individual listings fees. So zora had to go out to the marketplace and go directly to brokers and sort of bypass the whole system so they can have listings on their site but that was a competitive disadvantage them because realtor dot com always had the newest listings. 'cause realtor dot com obviously was plugged into all the molasses. Guys understand

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General Motors sets goal of going largely electric by 2035

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

General Motors sets goal of going largely electric by 2035

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting General Motors sets a goal of going mostly electric over the next fourteen years General Motors has set a goal of making the vast majority of its fleet electric by twenty thirty five at GM wants its entire company including operations to be carbon neutral by twenty forty GM had already announced it will invest twenty seven billion dollars in electric and autonomous vehicles over the next five years this month GM also announced a new partnership with Microsoft aimed at accelerating its rollout of electric self driving cars GM says by the end of twenty twenty five forty percent of its U. S. models will be battery electric vehicles hi Mike Rossi up

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Two 14-Year-Old Girls Charged With Carjacking In Chicago

CBS2 News Chicago

00:12 sec | Last month

Two 14-Year-Old Girls Charged With Carjacking In Chicago

"Arrests in the carjacking crisis among them to fourteen year old girls and a fourteen year old boy in one case. The girls were accused of strangling one of their victims while they stole his car. Joliet

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Promoted To Chronic

Big Book Podcast

03:49 min | Last month

Promoted To Chronic

"This career girl preferred solitary drinking the blackout. Kind often hoping she'd stay that way for keeps but providence had other ideas. I wasn't always alcoholic. In fact it has only been within the last fifteen years that i changed from a fairly normal control drinker into an alcoholic. I don't mean that. I went to bed one night. A normal drinker and awoke the next morning as an alcoholic. It wasn't that simple. I started drinking socially and at parties. And proms when i was about twenty years old. I didn't like it particularly at first. But i did like the effect i got from it. It made me feel quite grown up and mature. And i think another added attraction was the fact that so far is my family was concerned it was forbidden and it had a special attraction for that reason after a while i really did enjoy drinking and what it did to me and i became dependent on it for every occasion eventually. The day came when i was dependent upon it even when there wasn't any occasion when i didn't have anything else to do a dull evening at home i'd sneak a few drinks upstairs in my room and that began to be a habit in nineteen thirty nine. I went on my first weeks. Bender of solitary drinking locked up in a hotel room because my family opposed my coming marriage. I figured that. Perhaps if i went ahead with that marriage which i was sure was right for me. That would be the answer to my drinking problem. I thought i would be quite happy. And never would i drink too much again. So i that i think my first feeling of fear came with my first week. Solitary drinking locked up in that hotel room. The hotel management knowing that something was wrong sent for doctor. The doctor apparently realizing that one thing that i certainly needed was sleep. Left a bottle of sleeping pills there and in my drunken state i took them all instead of the one or two he had prescribed. If it hadn't been for an alert hotel made. I might have died then from that time on. Fear was with me. Because i realized that not only would i not remember what happened to me while i was drinking but apparently i couldn't control what happened and there didn't seem to be anything to do about it. Having passed over the border line the next five years were filled with fear failure and frustration tragedies during those years that were caused by drinking such as the breaking up of my marriage. The death of my child other things had little restraining affect in fact. Sometimes they served as good excuses to drink more to forget it was in washington. Dc that this transition took place and that the really bad part of alcoholism began happening. The last christmas i spent in washington fourteen years ago comes to mind only a few days before christmas. I went to the dentist for periodic checkup. X-rays show that a couple of teeth had to come out. I hadn't been drinking much about that time for. I had begun to realize that there was something abnormal about my drinking. Although as yet i didn't realize that it was so out of control on the day set for the extractions on my way to the dentists felt a little nervous so i had a couple of drinks and after the teeth were out i was very nervous so i had a few more when i got home. My mouth was very painful. So i got an ice bag and went to bed the next day the ice bag and i were still in bed but we had a bottle to my pattern of drinking at that time had reached the point where once i really started i would retire to my bed and drink myself into oblivion. The rest of that week is pretty hazy.

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Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:43 min | Last month

Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until you know certainly wasn't fixed a thirty day curated took me a few years therapy Few years of mentorship

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"fourteen year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I am Dennis bottle and welcome back to this special edition I guess is special because I have my lovely wife Lorraine hunt bono was my special guest with bono from celebrity table thirty to legendary. in the entertainment capital of the world. you contributed so much to helping just become the entertainer. and the people in there from here certainly no so we talked about how are you not in show business anymore you became a developer I did I became a developer and the landlady analysts or in a and a community activist for small businesses and ninety. businesses in the state of Nevada are still small. hundred fifty employees people forget that they always into the grand hotels but still although small businesses that support you bet you know the the the major hotels and so and I keep my family Italian family worked hard over their own business achieve their American dream in Las Vegas yeah I saw I'm a stickler for a quite a protector small businesses because that they don't have we don't have much of a voice because the no big lobbyists and and and. the kind of you became you actually developed a a small business organization we did I started was one of the founders of the Nevada restaurant association and they. or to the bank and then I started to a continental National Bank with the with the founders and became a part of the community reinvestment act committee lending to women and small businesses. you've been listening since the beginning you heard from this fourteen year old girl was actually younger than that her musical journey but her sense of entrepreneurial ship and and developing all this immense talent that was within her instilled by her family and her upbringing and and how it went from music in a land development business and but never never losing. that passion that foundation your love for music that still such a great influence in your lungs all hard of of my whole being is yours yeah for the reasons I think you and I got together we have that. so much in common only or tell you in that crown with a musical background any understanding how the music that we love so well we we understand how. music plays such an important part of your social life your mental health excited I get when I listen to seriously Sinatra you were driving and I see in here. bono is singing on seriously senator Lacy's name out there I am so proud of. proud to be a part of you know you had if you would pursue continue to just pursue music I think it started with. in the cards for you because not only was beautiful but you stage presence and everybody in our industry we always recognizes that still do they recognize that before so now. getting back to business and and now you. not only made a name for yourself in the music industry is made a name for yourself business and development now. hello folks this levy became everybody said you gotta get into politics because they sense your passion and your dedication to whatever project you've decided to to try to pursue I was chairman elect of the greater Las Vegas chamber of commerce when Bob Maxine Claudine Williams came up to me and said you have to run for elected on explain who Bob maxing bottlenecks C. was MGM and Steve women at the nugget. that crew was Clyde Turner and Stephen Bob Maxey and cloudy Williams was Holiday Inn heard Shelby Williams agents in the Las Vegas gaming industry Harris and they use they said I just want a music major this and now you need you've lived small business and the American dream and you know what it is to me to pay roll you know what it is to put up with government regulations and all all of those things.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Fourteen year old shepherd makes an are ready to adopt again, but we are older now, and we're considering maybe adopting an older or senior dog that requires less activity. Do you have any advice? Well, I think this is great. I mean, I'm sorry that you lost your your German shepherd fourteen year old German shepherd. That's awesome. I mean, that's a long life for German shepherd or German shepherd mix, you know, as we get older include myself in that picture, you know, you gotta think about how long you're gonna live. And and when the dogs when you adopt a dog when you pass where's that dog going? So sometimes you're I don't know here in your seventies eighties. And you want to adopt a dog because we do love to have our companions. It's a great idea to adopt an older pet that dog's lifespan could be a little bit shorter. It's going to allow you to have a great sort of relaxed dog usually an older dog is definitely more laid back, and we don't have those crazy puppy behaviors and adults behave. Saviors to deal with. So I really think it's great to adopt an older dog. So when you adopt an older dog realized that that older dog is going to have had a history. So we're going to want to really make sure that dog is evaluated before you take that dog home. I might hire yourself a professional dog trainer to come with you to do some valuations on that older dog. So that you're making sure you're adopting a dog that will really benefit from your situation and vice versa. The worst thing we can do is adopted dog bring it home. It's an older dog. And then we have to give it back. That really is not a nice thing to do those dogs. So what I would do is. I'd hedge your bets go out there. And find yourself a Kanai behaviors or dog trainer that you respect or have heard great things about and bring them to the shelter with you. It'd be probably some of the best money you'll ever spend to really make sure that you get the right pet for your home. Okay. Next is Bill from Syracuse. Hi, chris. I've just recently adopted a golden retriever a beautiful pure bred puppy who was abandoned by his owners who thought a puppy. Was too much work. He's the love of my life and friendly to all people and dogs. However, he has just started humping, the occasional guest on the leg. While causes a good chuckle. I know should not be loud. And I'd like some advice as to how to address the cause. And not just correct the behavior. Wow. Okay. Well, Bill, here's the thing. You got yourself a dog puppy and he's starting to hump so humping can be two things it can be sexual. But in most cases, it's actually the dog dominating. It's not as sexual as many people think while we think that's really funny and cute. It actually is a behavior that's part of a bigger piece. So we don't want dogs humping your guess what they're doing is. They're dominating them in most cases, and this can actually then lead to other behaviors that can get out of control very quickly. It's the first symptom to the dog being in charge in your home to new guests coming in. So what I'm gonna tell you to do is. You are going to make sure that when you greet your strangers at the door that your puppy. Golden retriever is. Behind you. And I would say he's a good ten feet eight to ten feet behind you. And if he tries to come up to about face, turn from your guests and literally use your legs and forward body pressure and pushed him in a direct line away from the person at the door like basically, getting them out of the foyer then after the dog starts to settle that may take three to four pushes. You may need to set this up a few times the dog's going to start realizing that your in charge of the green process, and it's you who should be hopping your neighbor. No, I'm only joking. But basically the dog's going to give up that responsibility of dominating that person coming into your house, and he's going to give it to you the next thing. That's going to happen is when the person comes into the house if the dog starts to run over to them and starts to hump again, walk up to the person put your rear end towards that person and say excuse me and shove the dog away from that stranger and do that for three to five minutes, and when you show them away again forward body pressure. You don't even need to say anything. Just put your rear end. Up against the stranger forward body pressure against the dog usually legs shove him away about four feet, and then go back and talk to your friend. Again, you're gonna find really quickly that that dog realizes that you're in charge of the interactions in the space, and you're in charge of how that dog is approaching that stranger humping is not a good thing. It's not funny and actually usually leads to other behavioral issues that are not desirable. Okay. Last question for today's Michelle from Arizona. Hi, chris. Our family is finally pulled the trigger and agreed to adopt a dog. We went to our local shelter this weekend and fell in love with a poodle mix. In fact, two poodle mixes, they are about eight months old brother and sister and the shelter was hoping they would be adopted together. We were not intending to adopt both but our hearts break to separate them. So we would consider it can you give me the pros and cons of adopting two dogs at once. Well, so here's the thing. Many people think that two dogs that come from a household together really need to be with each other. And and I think that may be true in some. Cases. But in most cases, it's not desirable. Gonna explain why late talk about how it would be good in some cases, if they are older dogs and they've been together their whole lives like their seven eight nine ten eleven twelve years old what breaking those dogs up. Probably not a great thing to do and you should adopt both of them at the same time. However, if you have a younger dog, a puppy, for instance, or an adolescent said there's two of them that were that our brothers and sisters two brothers, or whatever what happens is is that those dogs when you adopt them first of all you're going to have a handful adopting one dogs. A handful adopting two dogs is a much bigger handful in most cases, but when you adopt two dogs at once those two dogs will always be bonded to each other more than they're bonded to you. And that's not one hundred percent of the time. But you can do things to make that not the case like spend time alone with each dog every day take one dog with you to the park and leave the other one home, and then reverse it. It's a lot of work. I'm going to recommend that you get yourself. One dog the dog. That are together they're gonna find another home. And while they miss each other for a few days within a couple of weeks of being their new home. They're going to be happy. As can be getting one dog. At a time is always a better situation. It allows you to train the dog better to integrate it into your family much easier. And you'll just find that it just becomes a much easier process..

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Okay. Oh, man. Speaking of fourteen year old girl, this is like a fourteen year old girls fantasy of what it's like to go to college. Because when they go to college, of course, dream like all, you know, I'm going to be the sweet innocent girl because the science has taught me to be not a whole when I go to college, which you probably will. But no for ten minutes does a sweet innocent girl. And I'm gonna be the only sweet innocent girl that edgy guys are going to bring into their group to tell you. How crazy is is these these guys are not just edgy. They looked like dudes that are like extras off of the lost, boys. They do. Yeah. You know, even hanging out looking like looking like people from the lost, boys. And it's even funny because one do has like a chassis lock around his neck right there. It's like, I don't know about it is that a thing again. Because I remember that I don't know. I I haven't seen them. I'll tell you who did do that the sex player from the lost boys. Still. That is that is that's that's the vision of it. You know, they. And then meet this guy and shoe she'll rebel against this guy. When she goes to college, you know, she'll find one this one edgy guide to rebelled against her parents parent's approval, except that, you know, he won't be he won't be that crazy at least he's not gonna be like a black guy. Something. Bisa parents not not get cut out of the mom and dad are get nervous when he's seen walking up with with the with the leather jacket and swagger, but once they talked him realize like he's like, you say the rich white man, he's British. They'll be like, okay. Well, we wish you get a, you know, a more students kind of guy, but you know, at least eight oh negro. In the the guy who plays the the the the edgy crusher is hero fines Tiffen, what might have been related to Ralph fines. But it's not he plays hard, and Scott and. In hard. This is this is where we can like the the funny things and this movie while I'm talking about all the cliches and everything. And I have to say that. They, you know, being that it's coming from his perspective of tween they trying to push the sex in here. Those a lot of aware stays innocent. But it's a PG thirteen movie. And I, and that's something I wasn't pressed with apparently now, you can fucking PG thirteen movies as long as.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Fourteen year old Middletown team was struck and seriously hurt Wednesday evening. The driver nineteen year old nNcholas Andrews of union beach was charged with numerous offenses, including DUI drug and drug paraphernalia possession and driving. Offenses the fourteen year olds injuries are not considered life-threatening medicinal and recreational marijuana is the focal point of a new minor launched this fall at Stockton university. The institutions cannabis law class. Is already maxed out thinking about freeing online classes for. Could certificates program because there is a lot of interest from outside of the college back in Torino's Sadia of Stockton. The university says this minor program is not an endorsement of pot, but the industry is providing a lot of jobs Neptune township police looking for whoever left offensive and anti semitic. Graffiti in soap on more than a dozen cars parked in ocean grove during mischief night, the first instances of the graffiti were found on Wednesday morning feeding included swastikas racial slurs and sexually perverse. Pictures left on fourteen cars state senators. Santa Cunningham is pushing a plan to have the corrections department help inmates getting out of prison to develop a reentry plan. So they know where to look for housing and employment. In many cases, that people commend they serve their time. And then they leave, but they don't have the information that they need to begin a new life. The earn your way out act would also create a good behavior credit system for nonviolent offenders to help them win parole. A bit earlier more warm weather meteorologists, Dan zeros complete forecast is coming up to jersey fast traffic in one minute. Your phone is.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Yeah remember early right after trump finish this morning going then tastic i made nato caves they're all gonna whatever macron's like no no no no what we remember the tweet that i sent out my son my fourteen year old said to me weed man he's in north korea they're going into a room with just two translators what if those translators were on putin's payroll right so they're saying right there he's creating the conversation between two people that don't know each other's language right and i thought that's kind of brilliant and that could happen well this meeting with putin it's only gonna be putin's translators there with trump and putin yeah oh we get we'll get our news or we usually do from the kremlin for putin helsinki talks with trump a win before even sits down this is sort of echoes north korea a summit let's see the fact that stomach even happening already a big win for putin despite russia's semi pariah status among some americans and us allies the kremlin has long been trying to arrange exactly like the north korea thing in some ways right is someone has seen by moscow was us recognition of russia's status as a great power the fact that putin trump meaning will happen says only one thing for all to sterry the us is not able to isolate or ignore russia's said one prominent russian expert kremlin critics at home and abroad see his decision to grant putin summit against the backdrop is conferring international legitimacy legitimacy and status on putin already i mean this is exactly what are we say yesterday that they had to admit pump as what did they say his north korea meeting went as badly as supply right right he goes up and making progress it's going great and north korea's like no yeah it's regrettable and what is what is someone like trump thanked the narcissistic person that he is i have to take all these meetings yes idiots yeah yeah he's a tip for failure around these like why oughta what does he expect to get out of this russian meaning like going in explained he works for us bumbling idiot that we have as a president works for me i pay his salary right so i need to know what are you going there for why are you meeting with him have been no they've not laid out anything nothing no agenda yeah just probably thank you and then what do i need for my job performance review hr visit to hr listen to this south korea korean experts said the ship of maximun leverage has sailed now he says the moment trump agreed to meet with kim jong il without any preconditions he lost leverage when he agreed to those talks that was a huge political mistake sanctions the chinese government had previously enacted have loosened somewhat already those other points of leverage are gone the sanctions regime has gone it won't come back it will never be reconstituted at the level at once was the chinese are already easing enforcement and trump has not maintained his relationship with china or in a trade war with them the maximum point in american leverage was before the president accept north koreans offers to meet to meet as soon as he did that it's been downhill since wait a minute now wait a minute jake that entire thing that you just said and skin it if if we were rushing right now and we were racking for vladimir putin right all of our leverage has been gained everything that he has played to our advantage and it's about oh i'm sure he's going under a handshake i mean do you understand how complex this iran deal was that obama put together with how many other countries and peoples around the world of how many checks and balances and systems of verify cation were absolutely and they rip it up anyway he's the experts at the concern is now the president's reaction will he calculate that he stands to gain more domestically for with returning to threats does he want to distract from domestic political or legal problems all those things could have volatile results we kept saying we is this.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on WWL

"Welcome back to sports talk talking about undrafted players are carved out quite a career in the national football league after not getting drafted jake delone being one of those fourteen year nfl career you will lafayette alum jake how're you doing very well man how 'bout yourself good good look bobby and i are sitting here talking about undrafted players and how common they are now in the national football league nearly half of the players that participated in the super bowls in the last five years have all been undrafted so just goes show you the importance and how how guys can arrive on rosters yeah it's always thought one thing was interesting i usually every time around superbowl time they'll always be some type of article and they'll tell you the star ratings and all the players in the super bowl all the ones that are on these teams over there or you know a two three four five star recruits coming out of high school and it's pretty interesting when you look at that how many of the the three stars are playing in there in in many as the four and five stars and so many that didn't even have a store next to their name know jake look at the quarterback position like yourself getting to the super bowl and having that opportunity considering adversity that you face to get to that level look at tony romo like sean payton with to eastern illinois directional school not the fighting ally ni but and you look at his success being a college free agent but i would think the top two in the list what have to be warren moon coming out of university of washington kurt warner on a northern iowa and they'll you have some kind of background with kurt warner in europe curtain our we were to base in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight for the amsterdam admiral kurt was a twenty six zero i i really quarterback when he came out of northern iowa kurt with undrafted packers well at that time you had obviously bread for roy moore brunell and ty detmer kurt told me and he's talked about the numerous times the fourth guy you said jake i was so nervous so intimidated to really be said and and and no other way he said i put down my leg to be honest with you couldn't call plate nervous and things like that and i just knew he goes on i just wasn't ready until he did the arena league for a few years then he was going to take one more chance saint louis rams they signed him and send him over and we're both teammates and you know i think that helped me i guess in my rise into playing in the nfl with watching him half of success with the rams when he was just a year to remove from nfl european i truly felt you know just given a chance of same thing possibly happen but there's so many of those quarterbacks that for one for one reason or another you look at josh allen this year the kids taken by buffalo nobody wanted this kid this kid where the juku route and ended up in wyoming you know no one wanted to and sometimes guys just develop a little bit later now j when you look at the quarterback position how important it is any player is it always about opportunity here you are with the saints i never forget atlanta the time say well of course has the would've kept j golomb in there might be a different story i want to say you came in fourth quarter against the ravens had an unbelievable game but they decided to go back with aaron brooks and then all of a sudden it's like aaron was going to be the future but is it all about an opportunity all of a sudden you have a great situation and carolina you go there then obviously took advantage of that it is about the opportunity you know i vividly remember that game aaron with having a shoulder issue the latter part of that season the week before we play tampa and we beat them on sunday night at home and i had to finish out the game and i'll never forget mike mccarthy we have to try to run out the clock and this is the sample on the super bowl obviously we all know defense was and ended up we ran the ball on first and.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"And we have a call from craig in myrtle beach south carolina hello craig hello jimbo thanks for having me on and miss walters thank you for bringing up this this subject because it is a very frustrating crop process that you have to go through i became i found out i had a spinal disease in two thousand and one and it's called string oh my yearly nobody's ever heard of it bobby jones was the person who had it and golfing dying offer yeah okay yes and that's basically the only thing people know about degenerative spinal disease that attacks the nerves you live in pain but i worked up until i physically couldn't stand throughout the day i have three children and i didn't want i didn't want them to see me give up so it was it was tough for me to make the choice but eventually my body made the choice for me i'm fortunate in that i applied myself and because of the rare disease i have it's considered a blue book disease most of us have no idea what that term is a blue book disease means that you're almost automatically qualified if it's if it's proven and i had been going i was diagnosed in two thousand one and i finally went on disability in twenty fifteen so the fourteen year delay if this is quote a auto matic condition the a fourteen year delay seems rather excessive does it not well that was my choice i want to go in other words you were not you you got a delay that you require you requested you're you're not saying that the system treated you unfairly i'm trying to assist the system treated me greatly and i chose to work as long as i could i was well in the six figures and i was able to still perform and it got to the point in the last four years of working from two thousand and eleven to two thousand fifteen i just couldn't do it anymore so much work it wasn't fair to my employer do enough now that from the standpoint of this conversation we're glad that the the system works satisfactory to you and we're sorry for the debilitating condition what particularly would you like to address to maryvale walters that there there needs to be people like you to help people because it is a very very difficult system and it's almost automatically a denial from the beginning almost to see if people will still pursue it and yes like you said earlier jimbo there are people who take advantage of the system but there there needs to be more organizations like watson that helps people through the system because to do it on your own it is overwhelming and that's mainly what i wanted to say is that i'm just so happy there are people like you out there that that aren't just attorneys looking to to get back bay that are actually helping people that need the help okay comments yeah thank you for your contribution to the conversation craig and you described situation that we hear all the time where people try to stay at work and at last can't stay at work or worried about maintaining their income and their family life and their lifestyle and it lasts they have to admit it's a very emotional decision for a lot of people what your your type of disability is these days called something called a compassionate allowance and there are about two hundred and twentyfive types of disability that you apply with those disabilities you will be approved within weeks instead of years and you're correct only about a third of people when they first apply actually are provided their benefits at that application level most people go through three levels one two three levels of appeal after denied those benefits a typical compassionate allowance is a rare disease like yours any type of stage for aggressive or cancer terminal diseases early onset parkinson's things that move very aggressively and that are expected to shorten your life span substantially those are called compassionate allowance all right we was pause on that note and we'll continue with more calls with our guest mary dale walters senior vice president at all sub dot com a l l s up back in a moment morning noon and night absolute genius it's your place to talk it doesn't look like.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"Nobody does it like him even still you have pussies out there like chris brown and shit that's just like oh i love you i mean his shit is just like fucking just pussy shit you know but nate dogg dude i played this this song came on in my car ever have a song comes on in your car and you're like oh fuck yet forgot about this being a song okay a ballot about his home i mean dude it's essa basic first of all but it's so dope that he sings it fuck you other rb mother fuckers this is why the shit is real say what you want about fucking r kelly pissing on fourteen year olds but shit was real specific be specific dude but this shit is basic but also specific because he's just talking about a general song about his home he's doing a ballot but he's just not trying to glorify dude he's talking me and my home he's oh we go and kick it like every day basic the i didn't know that now i do not common knowledge basic so lazy so lazy i'm alone in my room get friends no one that talked to there we go okay that's my favorite part after rest smoke could join and then he goes come on listen feeling it there you go he was getting mad alone in his room by the way keeping his temper he parlays.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"He got out of bed and walk downstairs to check it out and that's when he smelled something burning he opened the garage door and saw nothing but black smoke and flames so the daughter realized that the wifi was out but didn't realize their garage was on fire she's fourteen years old since a price you it turned out there dryer had malfunctioned started a fire and somehow that's what made the internet cutout so luckily patrick got there in time to put out the fire with an extinguisher afterwards he had to be treated for smoking latian all because this fourteen year old couldn't go to bed without her wifi fourteen year olds that are like see mom cd i saved the whole house this next laser story is out of boston last week a woman intentionally rammed a guy's car during an argument over a parking space and then took off the guy called the cops to report the hit and run and so they asked him to describe the woman but there was a problem the woman had been wearing a low cut dress and the only thing that guy could remember was the color of her top and maybe her cup size she's running the car and he's like oh boobs red shirt boom such a sad state men the police report says the man couldn't tell them what the woman looked like what type of car she was driving or her license plate number but he said quote he was able to give a detailed description of the suspects cleavage so at this point cops don't have any suspects except pretty much every woman with boobs and it's the first time that someone's like thank god he wasn't looking at my face down here buddy laser story is out of fashion headquarters pink starbursts are pretty well known as most popular starburst but are they big enough to have their own business.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"And go away for us well i hope that you know i have a fan that that sees me in the right slot and i'm not in despair over it but i am acknowledging once you have a kid there is a certain amount of holy holy cow like i hope i get past this attachment i have right now that i'm not gonna work 'cause this is no way i wanna live and i want to do things i mean i really sure i'm such a different person than i was before i had my child it's a very different well that you work with that you weren't even aware you didn't have you know and that's mazing and i'm so grateful to it and so excited to to to play a role that's that's really different than the child i was that's my dog shaking play a different rule it as with a very different skill set then when i you know kind of quit acting by accident when i had my son well it's also the ebon flow of one's career yeah became friendly with alan arkin and there was a fourteen year period where that man just wow fourteen years where he'd trying to is just doing small food and find something that he wanted to do and the things they wanted him to do and so forth the things i'm wanted for i still do get offer so it's not but but they are they're either too far away too little money to make it worthwhile and not and not dynamic enough to say i'm back i mean i would like i i have i have some different standards i guess i don't know.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Fictional

Fictional

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Fictional

"Of course. With that from Calcutta Harris per wasn't trying to resemble a decades-old ship. That was easy. Edmund had sailed on its maiden, voyage The ferrying was his ship. The one that he was post captain. He knew every plank in bolt on that vessel. No. The difficult part was reassembling the crew who had scattered looking for work. He hide them back on. In a few months later. They still the ferry 'em back into port helm by some guy named Jack Aboh who drove off the boat just before it dropped anchor. Swam to the mysterious man. Island in the art. Mercedes Kister son good night. Her time going to bed herself sometimes shoop to sit on her own till the small hours of the morning thinking her thumbs already in bed. And the She loved him. Seen an old friend that night at reminder should wear jewels and took off for beautiful dress address that she never would have even seen grown up penniless in Marseille. Let alone Lord. She become a different person in the past 15 years. She had to. Because whenever she went back to Marseille in her mind. To the happy girl She wants was. All she thought about was him. She delicately wipe the tears. And at your bedroom. For her husband was snoring. As for non slept Mercedes split into bed beside him. She had married him eighteen months after Edmund minute been taken away. Anything on the way to her own ceremony. She merely fainted when she passed the place where Eddin was arrested, she'd always loved Fernandes brother. Natural Edmund disappeared for NAM was all she had left. He returned for more as some had the means to take her out of Marseille with a place where her every week in thought was a Edmund. So she left for not surprised her and everyone else for that matter. He became a war hero account in a very rich man. He was still the same Fernande just this. She was still the same Mercedes. They'd never spoken of it. But the specter of Edmond Dante's halted their marriage swells the thoughts of Mercedes, who Lane has she had on countless nice before staring at her magnificent presient bedroom. The thought of Edmond. Her first love and what their life might have been. That's it for this one of the kind of Montecristo the season. Next time we catch up with that meant ten more years will have passed. We will bought the island worst treasure resides. Then he'll go not to Paris, but Rome to rescue a young man secures entrance into presient high society. That young men will be none other than the viscount of more self and Mercedes son. Albert. Now, it's time for the best of the worst, the villains, this time, our dumb free tweed and Deavere tweed. If That sounds like a clumsy literary reference. You're absolutely right. There are also known as Tweedle the and Tweedle dumb. Okay. So I love that, man, He's my absolute favorite superior period. That being said, If you're villain and Batman has bumbled into a bear trap, you have the opportunity to kill Batman, kill, Batman. Don't let him just sit there and taste defeat, or I'll try to send a message. Your plan might not work if you kill him, but you will absolutely Phil, If you don't, it's off more impressive that Tweedle the entitled were able to incapacitate Batman twice in the same issue because they have no superpowers, no particularly great intelligence. Our strength In fact, are just two very rotund criminals with an affinity for Alice in Wonderland and for not exercising ever. Also there bounce because Okay. Batman and Robin tracked them down by going to quote fat man's emporium a begin top-shelf that needed some work on their branding, but didn't really care because they were the only. Door of this type in Gotham Not all suspicious that the local multi-millionaire popped him with his friend who was a young boy asking about some of their best customers. The store owner gave them directions to Tweedle D in Tweedle dumps house which Okay, Another super villain point. If you can engage in super villain, eat Don't get your home address Tweedle the and tweed lem looked at how babies live and must have thought. Yes. Awesome. And enjoyed being carried over whereby their henchmen not wanting to exert themselves in the slightest. I mean, I get it exercises the worst, but also if they lost weight baby to finding new gimmick better just earned the undying resentment of those serving you and make them Feed you and carry you everywhere. Yoga. If you're Labra trapped for Batman requires two custom changes in weeks of rehearsal but still boils down the guys and bunnies whose machine-gunning Batman and Robin at a Tea Party. It's too complicated. Tweedle D into Ildem were Cotton sent to Arkham despite a lack of superpowers and disdain for any movement whatsoever Tweedle D in twiddled escaped numerous times as we talked about previously, the world has changed. Lots as the 40s and in the nineties while trying to rob a bank, The and police department was having none of their shenanigans. Twiddled them was shot in the head. Because just one Lewis Carroll aficionado, committing crimes by himself is just ridiculous. Deavere tweet calls up Yet another rotund cousin who not only fits in Tweedle dumps costume. The goes by the name of Dumpson tweed. So they don't even need to change the stationary. Dan. That's it for this week. Detainees upset was written by me. Jay Smicer an edited Ecorse Weiser. Our theme song is by the amazing break Astor's older. Thanks so much for listening. And I'll see you next on. Two two. Mm.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Fictional

Fictional

06:45 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Fictional

"An hour later and the priest wrote off lease far enough away. Edmund took off the track corn had long coat far. You had been right the whole time. And after eminent been taken away. It'd become so much worse for not a war hero Singlers a barren in the millionaire. His old boss is your morale had ruined his reputation. Trained free Emond was now down to his last ship. Therrien. The one on which Edmund have been the first mate. The one the US post captained fifteen years ago. It was late two. And if it didn't make it morale. Edmonds patron. And the one from that had remained in petition long after the of others given up well Monroe be destitute. In Mercedes. Mercedes was the worst of all. As for Catera Sir, Edmund knew the type of man so was at least he knew who Karros had been years ago. Now, he had a test before him. A sudden influx of wealth doesn't change a person. It reveals them. The priest shocked by the betrayal of the poor poor captain had given cataracts, the diamond worth fifty thousand francs, which was a literal boatload of money. Back at the in Paris, his wife car from the stairs. As she descended looking, wide-eyed and in all at the diamond. This could save them. Karasin narratives eyes at her. Of course it could if it was real Dolan left. The gift give it was a priest. Of course it was real cutters shook his head. His eyes charged the wind bottle the back. He was late afternoon. But if you Road quickly gimmick each town. Get it appraised. His wife was too sick to foment side. But over the questions. Why he needs to go today and what would happen if they had a guest, corrosive brusquely put on his coat and shoes? She had to go back to bed, The excitement and the sun salvation had exacerbated aromas. She was asleep by the time he wrote off in the opposite direction of town. Uh, Mr. Morales finger fiddle but the trigger eleven AM to debt by eleven AM heat receipts worth three months ago from an Englishman named Lord Bull more that the stranger's from have bought his debts and they will be payable on September. Fifth, It was minutes later at morale warned that his final ship, The ferry in a gone down on the way back from Calcutta. And with it, It took all hope of miss your morale being able to pay his debts. He was Twitter, an eighty seven thousand francs in the hole, And he gone into even more debt payments sailors final salaries. It was the right thing to do. He didn't need to make his misfortune their misfortune. He had tried desperately to Cohen any leads of credit could in any assistance available from friends. But once beloved businessmen had no one left. Everyone had abandoned him at because was poverty is politics. He knew was left. And that had been communicated. In his not at all subtle final words to his creditor, if he lived, he would have the man's money. Now, he sat on his bed, listening to the shot Bustle beneath them. When the shot rang out this Finley will board, Uh, but they will be saved. His death would die with him. And the family would be pity for their loss. Not scored from Morale's failure. Blood wash away, dishonor. Look at the window, took one last look at Marseille and raise the pistol to his head. That was when he heard it something between a screeching, the laughing downstairs, Then dozens of feet pending up the stairs and making strict for door morale stashed Weltman her the door wasn't gonna stop them. His Finley bounded in beaming. They were saved years ago. Miss Merle had give him up when he could spare in his favorite purse. To an old friend of Edmond on tests. It was to a perpetually dump his look Taylor. But then new of Carozza Boro was a little perturbed did not get the purse back. And he had no way of knowing that in exchange for diamond an enigmatic priests had secured that read-back. Donned a suit. The British accent. Embody the apartment or Edmonds father died that same. British businessmen was also represent the from that bought most of morals debts. And you'll have to note to Morales daughter saying that in three months time when the debts came do Is she received a letter from a stranger named Sinbad-the-sailor that she should do it. It said. She did the note that morning let her alone some old apartment. There said none. The metal was a red purse containing the entirety of Morales business debts. Rural asked with the address was froze. The fifth for that apartment building was when the he knew very well. He hard to think about it, but was rostrum thought by even more shocking news. The ferry in the ship that the entire crew have watched sink at returned. Knowing that that news had to be a mistake. Morrell his wife, son and daughter ran out the docks. But their sit in at Anchor with the entirety of its last cargo on board was the ferry in rural couldn't believe it. He was saved dropping to his knees with tears streaming down his face. He praised God. Mid-sentence something cut Morales I. e. couldn't explain it. But you just get used to seeing the way someone stands. And the man standing far off on a yacht. Look just like someone hit once known. A brave and talented. Good man. The was at the strangest back. Some rural Kentucky anything other than a silhouette. He didn't know if the man was an angel. Or Edmund, somehow returning from the dead to save him in his time of need. But to him, There wasn't much of a difference. Hewlett The ferrying them back to the stranger must already at the helm of his yacht, sailing it at a harbour of

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Fictional

Fictional

07:18 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Fictional

"Six months later, he sat back inside Italian, his ostentatious Paris mansion, bought the grand every so often hit remind himself that all of this was real. That he was here that he's NAFTA fightened scheme any more. We lost the commander, the ferry and all those years ago and had a go away. He thought his wife was over that he would never be free All because of that stupid letter that for non hits into Villa Fort. But now Now he was free in every possible way. He used his initial income to invest in grows worth in such short time that everyone considered him blessed that in care who he was aware, he came from, all they cared about was the money. He sold the bag of go onto a drawer, close the desk. It was new. Everything was new surrounding himself in luxury and beauty opened, forget his past. He even had a title of nobility. Now. It's so much money and power that no one would ever tell him what to do. Again. There was none of the door as a servant, their let himself in denounced that the guests that arrived count, the Morse of the Countess were here, dangle are smiled. It will be good to see for an again, even after all these years. Seem phenomena. Go remind dang. Lars of Marseille after Napoleon returned, anglers had left and made millions investing, speculating he'd married, which made him even more millions and had given him the title of Baron. Anglers, he'd moved to Paris, torn of the biggest houses on the was fashionable streets, and he was surprised that Fernande was already there. The killer was been a bit of a coward but it paid off for him when it mattered most without fighting for Napoleon. He followed his general and defected to the British the night before the battle. After Napoleon fell and the king was restored. Again for NAM's lauded as a hero. He was promoted, took a station in Spain where by a stroke of luck, he helped turned the tide of war. He was that promoted to colonel. And given the title count the more stuff. Next, He went to France and at the service of a very rich men who probably died in left him an absurd amount of money. After that. He set himself and his wife up in Paris for him, vested with his friend Bernd anglers. They were friends with writers, journalist bankers, politicians, and kings. These two men who had grown up far from Paris for now with our sent to his name and anglers with only a few now not only survived and Prejean high society, But thrived. They'll sweat something else in common they more so than anyone else responsible for Edmonds imprisonment. But unlike Edmund burned with anger for them ever since for you help them peace altogether. They didn't think about Edmund at all. I'm an honest man In keeper said, he was Forty-five it looked like to his sixty the precedent across from him. His only guest drained glass of wine, so much better for you. If what you say is true sooner or later, the good will be rewarded. The wicket punished. Now, I believe you're exactly the person I was looking for. Monsieur. Cutter Rosser. Is it. Pat Rousseau nodded the priest asked with he knew young Ciller for a few years back in Marseille before Catterson move the middle of nowhere to burn all was money own unit in Karisoke asked his eyes ignited with a kind of feverish intensity at the mention of Edmond. Yes. He in Edmond having good good friends. They were neighbors once he been arrested. What had happened to the poor sailor? Priest hung his head. He was sorry to inform such a dear friend of Edmonds. But the young man died in prison. A shiver down Katter of spine. He to liquidate from the price for a moment. What he had always suspected. But he had always feared had happened. They had done it, Then they killed him. The press continued Same that he had been with Edmund the day he died. Many phones confessed their crimes to their pre-summer deathbeds. Even ones that had been so insistent on their innocence. Edmund though was intransigent to the last he remained completely ignorant of his crimes. Carazo Suga said. That was true. The priest gasped. The you know cat research shifted uncomforably in a seat. He took another long. Look at the wind bottle. Priest continued Edmundo Santos had at Aston deliver something to the only four friends that he knew. The priest to cut a small box and placed on the table. It was a diamond. On the inside, Edmund have made friends with an Englishman who had the good fortune to be released after Liu, the eighteenth took the front. Again, he had gifted to his friend for administer new life with Edmund left. The time came when Edmund knew he would never get out. Knew was dying. Edmund asked the priest to sell it, divide the money between the five people he loved most in the world. Edmonds father is patrolled, his dear dear friend Katter Osa, A man by the name of dangle ours. And another man who was almost as family. Fernande Mondego. Terrorises eyes went to the floor, The continued saying that he had already been to Marseille. That list of five was already done before the older done tests Evans father had died while he was in prison. The priest couldn't help, but ask. How did he di Cadore saside. In the end, it was starvation. The priest had to hide his hands, they shook with rage starvation dogs, living on the street, don't die of starvation. Cutters explained that it was a different time after the second restoration of the king. Everyone was scared Negm. It had gone to prison for helping usurper. No one wanted to be seen helping the father of a traitor to the guy wasted away. The preset back in the shadows, tied the loan. Tear that strict on his face. Took another look at the box that contain the diamond asked for the other three people. They weren't Edmonds friends, and they didn't need the money now. They had millions and surely they would crush Karros they should they ever when he talked. But looking around. You Isn't that far off mean crushed anyway. And for the sake of Edmond He had to say something. He had been haunted by that day for fifteen years. And if gotta lot move another fifteen. It would still keep. Up at night, He had a story to tell. Woo. An

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"fourteen year" Discussed on Fictional

Fictional

10:41 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on Fictional

"The press destructions had been in the whole underneath car Check if only as a precaution. The guards realized that the path they walk was Hollow, It might investigate is a good thing to his later. That year they did renovations in the prison. Completely rebuilt that section of the stronghold filling hidden with fresh hardstone. Anyway, Emma Mr resolute making good on his promise. He decided he would stay with his friend until he died. Committed the instructions to finding the treasured memory, but not for him. He knew that he would never make it are the cell or if he did MEP years old as far the plan was that after fire died at him will come to the man who took his place in the cell. Edmund will be the new far area. Bringing other prisoner out of despair and darkness. MAB concoction a new plane of escape. One morning s Edmund crawled through the tunnels to visit his friend. He heard it allow that. He rushed as fast as he could and found Fara. As he dreaded. On the ground, the third attack a Come prayer, said as goodbyes. The we still have medicine left. Agassi giving up at most confused and wait until the priest, again, fell motionless as if dead. Edmund pride opens teeth with the knife, dropped medicine in in waited ten minutes than twenty. And an hour, tears filled Edmonds eyes. His friend was waking up. Bowen. A sports event that Trump self stiff as aboard. The doctor come by the following morning. They hit seared Farias fleshed, make sure that he was indeed dead juice at that evening to be taken to the cemetery of Chateau Dif. And the officials had left have been found his old friend ended up in a burlap sacks prepared for burial. The priest Nathan hand considered cutting its own throat salt, who was an agonizing torture that pushed into the edge of sanity And he didn't want to be alone again. Holding the knife and looking at the priest, It was then that he had another idea. me clinched stall as he tried to be stiff as a corpse. The priests were forgiven. He helped, besides far you will get a proper burial. After was the idea entered his mind if forced himself not to think about it till he was in the dead man's burlap sacks. The far It was in his bed from the inside Edmund tug the stitching closed again. Cinch In at the burial background. Him and waited. He macho from the walls and the doctor talked about what they were going to do with the priest. He was going to be taken to the cemetery. It Chateau Dif. All Edmund needs to get outside the walls and dive into the sea. It had been nearly fifteen years since he gone swimming, but he would leave a survival in God's hands. He will be buried alive in the present cemetery and the moment the dirt settled. You come so free Dick himself out after that. He just needs a dive off the nearest cliff. Before the sharpshooters and swam to safety. All right. No big deal. He had as much of a chance of survival as they did the other time there were thinking about escaping. It was getting late in the workers were growing tired of Cain such a heavy may see the priest. It was ridiculous halfway there. One grabbed a wheelbarrow shot. The other, an I-told-you-so look through the darkness at linked to your storm raging around him as he fought the wheel-barrow bumping along the stones. Finally, the king was stop an expected to hear shovels. Instead, he heard chains It was when he felt the chains being looked around, his legs de begin panic. He will every outspent remain still, But panic grew with every second. It was until the workers wisdom up into the air, make him feel weightless Givoli for a moment for the heavy pull the chains on his feet made him realize what was happening. The cemetery at Chateau Dief was the C. Consult a goat, fired it got away. Of course, it was supposed to get away. Edmund heard a gun shots in the ship dinner of us ready. He. He look back at the rock, took a deep breath and begin his sprint back to camp, yield as he approached the Member, no, He was on his way. They had to know who was coming from, looked up emotion for Edmond to Hurry. To get down there checkable had shot a goat and there was an a for everyone. But the smiles faded as they watched Edmund, take three steps when leaping across liquid Iraq's and then go down hard. They heard a screen and then silence. They saw the blood mingling with creek water when it got close. Chapa was the first one to try to rouse his friend. He port a few arts of Roman Eban's mouth. And soon at most awake and groaning. His Brits were broken, but one of them was at least There was no way he get to the ship. The mend looked at him. And that the ship that was like just two hundred guards at the forest. They could do it. They were can leave him on a deserted island loan to die. The captain even said he would delay the deal. Sure. There were. Mugler's and blame the deal, put them in a sort of precarious Hans-Olaf job of the Hut situation, But then was the best Ciller on board. And frankly a fron everyone Oedman refused. He had really been worst Boston this All you was a bit of food, a gun, a pick axe and the tent nakedly there in He'll while they made their dealing came back form. It took a lot of convincing and Edmond all-but commanding his best friend onboard Jacco to go to. Before the men left him way more provisions than he asked for and in light of the afternoon seeking to evening Emin washed the ships sail away leaving Him alone. On the island of Montecristo EPA found that ship the nation escaped from Chateau Dief nearly a year ago. It had been a surprise. None of them buried alive but instead flung over cliff into the sea. And if he had had the knife Aria who would have drowned in. Burlap back, Luckily Kennesaw flukes lost the chains, surfaced and swam for his life. The storm only grew worse and it was a miracle that he made it to one of the islands. The went, which he in far ahead, plan Iran rendezvous we back what this However was worth. Things took an unexpected turn illuminated by lightning crack. Edmund first saw the slow at of a small ship approaching. With the next bolt. You realized that it was sinking beneath the sporadic spotlight. He do frantically into the water. After one, the overboard crewmen and actually managed drag mature spread his own fatigue. Only to find that the man had died in the ship with rocks and looked at the man's clothes and cap in at his own ragged prison clothes. He begged forgiveness from the dead man as he stripped him in stashed his body in the forest just in time to see the second ship. The ship We Montecristo year later approaching advancing the first ship crashed into the rock. Six, The crew, the second ship was astonished seat. Anyone alive after that wreck. They pulled Edmund aboard from the water. In Edmond being a train Ciller added the weather crew safely through the storm Just in time for the cannons to go off and the beacons to be let it Chateau Dief notifying the area that are prisoner has escaped. The captain. I'd Edmund The men. They just picked up Merak who with a shaggy hair and beard. Look just like a convict. He thought about the Kims at Chateau Dief and about this experienced sailor who help them through the storm decided that he didn't need to know what he didn't know. Edmond for his part was happy for the should be found. They were smugglers people who needed no extra incentive to sail clear the authorities. At the next up. The captain hired Edmund who promptly shaved and cut his hair before resuming his wife C. It was difficult, of course. He knew he couldn't go back to Marseille. Not yet. If people remembered his name. Then that will be the first place they would look, they will go to his father to Mercedes if she even remembered him. It took months of Edmond working aboard the ship until one day as they passed the island of Elba The captain asked Edmund if he knew of a nearby deserted island with like it's been a day to gather some food water trying to keep his hands from shaking with excitement, Edmund point the island of Montecristo on the map. This crew have been the very men who saw him slip break his ribs and the rocks have been the wants to leave him. They were the ones that didn't see him spring to his feet. As soon as the ship to blow the horizon. He whipped the blood from his head May from a small cut after he hit the ground. It looked to the sky after he had another hour before nightfall. He closed his eyes and we played the directions that far ahead drill into his mind. Over over again. Enfold the path seared into his mind. And after some difficulty with a giant stones and gunpowder blew away, the opening to the Grottoes. That had been Seal for three hundred years is heartbeat faster as he descended into the darkness, clean it last June, empty part of the cave So far. Everything was just as far as said, it will be the Graham was dirt undisturbed. If the Tricia was here at all, It will be in the back corner. He had is pick axe hive of his shoulder and by crashing down after a few hits, the pick axe made a difference out. Edmund threw down a shovel the dirt away with his hands until if found a casket. He breathe deeply. And opened it six

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"fourteen year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Pet care as they get older and you need to combat eight that end and the other part about it is people say well my my cats twelve years old now yeah i understand that it sounds horrible you're going to get another one because you're cat person your dog's fourteen years old yeah you tell me you're not going to get another dog rather plan for another dog in your life than not have one because more likely than not you're going to do it you're going to you're going to break down in you're going to miss that remember michael i mean you're how does your kid twelve twelve remember when h three h four h five you would walk in and rank it's this right now day when he walks in the house the kids get the happy feet with their feeder jumping up and down in the runup daddy daddy daddy your dog does that to you every day you come home it doesn't matter of that dog is two years old are 17 years old i'm the imagine your fourteen year old i don't know how we have experienced a mind where fourteen mostly it was a grunt unless they want something right right right here and even the dinner time where we sat down the dinner together and even that's half the time was point t to get them to say anything that they other than or are growing up or which school or a but the dog your cat they're always happy to see you and you're gonna want that bonded you're going to want that relationship to rekindle a new relationship just like that and you're going to want to take care of them as they get older just like we want to make sure you're taking care and it's an important part of the budget these are the type of things that you're looking for from your financial planner if it's more than just tell me how to invest your money because you know what i'm telling you right now somebody who will tell you.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Preach greed saw all along as a candidate supports greedy initiatives it doesn't matter if he lives it doesn't matter if he grapes it doesn't matter of his predator it doesn't matter feet prowse the mall looking for fourteen year olds as long as he preaches greet it's okay with them and and hides behind a mantle of christianity i mean that's a cheery you know so many of these you know that the whole the whole tea party rise you that was nothing but good conservative christian values you know my sister who is married to the republican she's a priest and download she's an episcopal piece of iowa but seasonally and we have this conversation all the time she's like i am so i wanted to take back the mantle of what it means to be a question because so many people out there who are waving that banner are not you know following that path they are not walking the walk woody christian is which is above all love your neighbor that's that's what you're supposed to be as what you're supposed to be and then you have a lot of people who are using christianity a way to like me like way more talking about like it's because of the days of this is happening or its way that they use the bible and certain teachings as to you know that's why we can hate muslims we can eight black people that's where we can fear by people that's why you know it's it's a slippery slope and it's so you're just or the press is married to a trump supporter he didn't know he's not a trump supporter republican but he's done a trump supporter my brother is all.

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"fourteen year" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen year" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Fourteen year old in arlington who is about you know that this is the one with the fifth the fourteen year old boy who was arrested for burglarizing breaking into the cars member at arlington police and they've she videotape did that that buffoon with black lives matter the guy who beat almost beat to death a black baby boy dominique alexander he was convicted of causing severe bodily injury to a two year old baby boy who was black by the way on he's were spokes person and the complex knew that she was bad news and found his bed do that's why they threw him out she's got schuster sorry ido but this woman who's who's blaming the cobstock racism it's all the cars fall she's got men they're gonna throw out and now tonight did you hear her attorney we'll she's she's not around here she's not a tech serving she has nowhere to go then it'll be homeless hey hey i think she's got a fundraising thing online she she's trying to get get rich off of this in notice arlington police haven't budged because they're in the right so uh i admit guys we're on what is her name executive producer chris i know you've got a million things going on which is settling into the program i we we don't know her name dui adam nor in the italy darlington thing you know we need i need to get our her i am i can't remember what it was he this i mean but we have to watch a watts for homeless watch because she might be homeless tonight at noon at midnight so we have to go live or ticking down we need if this was television if this was like cnn i would have that up key newroz and had a ticker taking down to when she gets her but thrown out of her apartment tonight well when you attack are cops in and say your this is how you kill are black children a you yell at them in your son has witnessed is right there in front them said yes he's the guy that stalled of busted into cars and you act like this you go after our cops you better believe you're gonna give she got comedy she's getting thrown over apartments and knighted an at midnight because they don't want to near dwells at.

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