25 Burst results for "Freda"
Monster Hunter Rise on Nintendo Switch
"First we're going to dig into the big monster. Hunter rise game for nintendo switch which launches on march twenty six. Now full disclosure. I'm just getting into the series myself with monster. Hunter is dying to learn more about the game from all of you expert. So mike and you're before we get into munster specifically. How would you describe the series. Maybe the basic gameplay to people. Who might not be as familiar with it serb so the way that i would take. This one is action. Rpg's series play it. Solo better played with friends. Go up on locally. Which you're going to be doing is taking down. Big mosser's variety weapons. Once you defeat those monsters the items of drops that you get will help you build new new weapons new armor and other items to help take on even bigger threats so a lot of battles lot of co-op and a lot of fun and i had a lot of fun playing with you guys and in the demo. Yesterday we took some time to run through a couple of the The missions and one of the things that jumps out to me right away as course you can just jump right in and start running with france and enjoying the game but there is a lot there. There's a lot of systems you know. It seems like the more you play it. The more you realize just how nuanced it is in the more there is freda to master. I guess definitely. It's a very easy to start like. Most aims swinging around a sword or shooting weapon but there's a lot of systems in there could be tricky but once you get the hang of the flow is fantastic. Yeah there's there's definitely a lot of depth to the combat in particular Yeah like mike said it's a it's an action. Rpg so equal parts of each side right so on rpg side. You're building out your character with With equipment but on the action side Yeah we're we're. We're definitely proud of the the work that our team in japan has put into this. Oh absolutely i know that. This series has a a huge kind of core following the of super fans and stepping. And i know that you've been one of them for quite a while. So what is it about this game. That air this series. That just really appeals to you. It's just one of the most rewarding games i've ever played. I typically at least you know historically really enjoy games for a story and world building an exploration and while that stuff is part of monster hunter. It really turned me onto playing games for skill in in a way that i hadn't really considered or thought i was interested in before because it really trains you to be super observant and pay attention to the monsters and really get a feel for what they're doing and how that's gonna affect your way of interacting with them and china strategize against taking them down because it really is super different with each one. It's not just how they move but they can do to you and how you can use the world to your advantage and things like that feel smart when you play yeah you know from my newbies perspective. When we tackled some of the the monsters yesterday it was a big encounter like that kind of becomes like a a prolonged boss fight right and like i came in there and i was just use pretty quickly. I was hacking slashing. And i was you know healing myself. I needed to but you know i was kind of watching you guys to give me some tips and you guys were approaching it. Especially depending on what happens. You took and what your strategies were from very different perspectives. And you guys. Were kind of thinking about a lot of things that i wasn't quite thinking about yet so But getting to monster hunter is specifically for nintendo switch. What are some of the new features that that people who have played past. Monsanto games can look forward to sure so going to that one year recovering another one but i will take the wire bug which is probably one of the bigger ones You know everyone can choose their weapon but everybody gets a wire bug. Essentially what this is going to let you do is traversed the stage a little bit easier. The element of verticality is definitely leveled. Up for muslim is experience so instead of being sort of a flat field or flat plane can run up walls. You can run up. Trees buildings really explore the environment to take in more find buffs and items so on and so forth You can also use combat too so every one of the fourteen weapons has different abilities using these Or sorry a silk fine skills as all To take down the monsters and essentially have different angles or different Yeah chances to take down the monster so you you really throw me off balance. They're thought you're going to go with the dog thing. Did you just just pund us with the balance. The dog one go for you. Yes oh so. It must rise. We have the the debut of of power. Sorry pal moods which are canine. Which now you can you can take them on On the hunt with you alongside. Previously almost games in the series. Let you take a cat. Feline companion so now the first time ever. We're bringing dogs in so doug doc. People rejoice function a little differently too. So the salom you can actually ride as sort of like a mountain get around faster. It's more offensive has a little little ninja daggers. In his mouth and weapons. That can help back while the pallet goes a little bit more supportive. It'll sort of leave. Healing wells around the map for you to help you out. Do other things too. It's really up to your choice but i really really really liked That's my favorite. It's going to be hard not to pick that.
Carmen's Immigration Story
"Your favorite cuban dynamic deal is back at it again and this time we have immigration story. I'm carmen and i'm freda and welcome to take it easy carmen. I know you're going to be sharing a lot with us today. Where do you wanna start carmen. If my story. Oh god over the course of my life. I've told the story countless times and every single time tell. Everyone is always so appalled end. It's remarkable it is remarkable story end yet for me. It doesn't really feel that way because it feels like just another thing in my life and on top of that. It's something that happened so long ago. I immigrated when. I was only three years old and so a lot of the details of the story are the recollection of a three year old. And there's also the fact that as i said it is a pretty remarkable story. There's a lot it's not just a lot emotionally but it's a lot politically. It's a lot economically and natural that my parents have really wanted to dive into the subject. Too much over the years at this point it's been over twenty years and only now away really starting to feel like my mom specifically is opening up about any of this but it's been really hard so that's why i wanted to open up and also i just wanna say i'm really excited to share my story because i think the stories are important to conceptualize where we're coming from in the grand scheme of this podcast to just give you a little bit more insight into who we are freed as story is coming at some point soon so we hope that you will tune in for that as well yeah carmen. I think it would be great to hear a little bit more. About what got you to this point. You've been able to have any conversations with your family around your story in terms of asking just to ask my family over. The years hasn't been very open. I i often will approach the conversation and say. Hey mom. can you tell me about the time of time we spent in guantanamo and my mom would say what do you want to know. You already know everything. I already told you everything. And that's kind of dismissive way of going about it. But in a sense. I understand where she's coming from to. She just want to talk about it and the same with my dad and my brother will. He was only eight so he remembers a lot more. He's a lot more open. Now that i have this podcast. I'm able to sort of approach it from a more structured way and say. Hey look for the podcast. I want to know xyz and so they'll start to open up able to ask more pointed questions. But in the past. When i've asked in a more open ended way it's not been something they wanna get into which i think anyone can understand once we go into the story so let's begin yet. So the year is nineteen ninety four and it's august and i'm three years old in nineteen ninety. Four cuba was going through. What is known as the video espec- and this is a special period of time in history when it followed the fall of the soviet union which was a big support to cuba and cuba started experiencing severe shortages of resources from things. Mom has told me that she would go to the store and there would be no food on the shelves to buy. It was difficult to come across basic necessities like soap. Medicine was difficult to find simple medicine. You would need to go to a hospital or have like a hookup to get simple. Things like aspirin and so life became increasingly difficult. I don't remember any of this. My life is for all intents and purposes pretty happy. I'm just a little kid running around the neighborhood and looking forward to starting school my parents at this time new or my dad knew someone who owned the boat fishermen and he had been planning to leave the country with his family on. This book and my dad was a pediatrician. He knew this man from seeing his kids as patients and also from their childhood they grew up together in this really comment like cuba is a very small place uneven. Cuban communities are pretty small in the sense that everybody knows each other in some way. And so this man emi. My dad agreed that my dad and my mom my brother and i this boat with them it was not a raft or anything that he and his family had built over years buying parts. You know it's your first time. Bring up the word raft. And i know that some of you might have heard of the cuban rafter crisis which happened in nineteen ninety four so we know that a lot of cubans like tens of thousands of cubans came over trying to get to the us or at least trying to escape cuba and a lot of them were on makeshift. Rafts put together from pieces of equipment that they found so. It's really helpful that you carmen. You're able to find someone with a boat that was meant to be about let it started the bolt right yes vote. It didn't start off as bad or as a tra- bobby kerman quick aside. Did you ever hear this story. I think it happened later on way. After the nineties there was a scoop of cubans who came over to the us in a truck. No no. I've never seen her but it didn't surprise me. Actually yeah in. This was an actual pickup truck. That floated okay. So it's ridiculous. That's amazing that is as please look this up. You need to see photos of this. It's amazing they made it over to the. Us and a lot of people were following the story because of how ridiculous it was so yeah. I just wanted to take a moment to add color to the variety of transportation methods. That were used at this time. But you know back to little carmen and her boat and this is a common theme in a lot of cuban stories like the sheer amount of absurdity. A lot of things anyway so we left in the wee hours of the morning before it was even light outside. We got on this boat and we left from this river. Called shielded santo
Interview With Chelsea Hirschhorn
"Hey everyone it's genial. I'm really excited today. And i have so many questions because today chelsea her short our guest on skinned from the couch. She is the founder and ceo afrita a company that makes products to make parents lives easier. I'm so excited. Because i like in my soon to be future. I will be obsessed with these products as my friends already are. It's one of the top selling parenting brands on amazon and you can find their products in over thirty thousand stores across the country chelsea. Thank you for being here. Welcomed skin from the couch. Thank you for having me a dory guys skin from the couch and take on a whole new meeting. yeah. I think everyone now is working from their couches. Okay we're gonna start out with an easy question. Skim your resume for us. Ooh okay. i worked in a candy store in high school in my town in in westchester my parents. Instill that of work ethic in both me and my siblings from a very young age but pressing fast forward too many details that far back i graduated from college went to law school where i met my husband and during law school. I was a legal intern for the new york. Mets my summer internship know the legal internship. When you're in law squad to your second year of law schools are a pretty big deal and it usually ends up. Hopefully if all goes well was an offer at the end of the summer and so my my summer internship after my second year of law school was with gotcha which was the pre eminent. Bankruptcy firm is started with them a second year of law school that was in two thousand seven and then got my offer. September two thousand eight. The world imploded. They actually asked. If i would start early. I started with them. I think it was like october. Two thousand eight. I joined the restructuring group and my first experiences. A lawyer was filing a general motors in american airlines bankruptcy and lehman brothers so spent about two years there and then my husband and i got married in about two thousand ten and he was general counsel for a brazilian private equity fund. That had just acquired burger king. They asked him and one of the other associates from the firm to go down to miami and run the restructuring. that's for burger. King is space and was founded. I left while you know shortly after we got married. Florida has what they call authorized house. Counsel's you actually don't have to take the bar if you work in house as an attorney. So it's really focused on finding an inhouse role and at the time removed. The miami marlins baseball team could had experience in baseball from law. School was opening a new ballpark so previous to that they had actually the facility from the miami dolphins the football team and they didn't have their own ballpark so they were building their own miami. I was brought on as associate in-house counsel director of non baseball revenues. So for the first time in franchise history. They were going to be trying to drive revenue that wasn't affiliated with baseball revenue. So it's sort of you know my first foray into running a peon. Al like an entrepreneurial or business unit within a large the larger confines of a much more resource organization and so i was there for four and a half years. I got pregnant with my first son a now three and we bought our first house in miami beach and my neighbor i was still working for the marlins in house. I was about probably six months pregnant at the time. My neighbor who was like the mayor of our blocks is lovely swedish woman. She invited us over for dinner and had been time about this business that she had started in her garage really and it was still in her garage. Had a few boxes of this swedish nasal spray that she sold to pediatrician's offices and baby boutiques and her kids were now teenagers and she wanted to know anyone. Miami interested in taking over the business. And i said you know about my okay my era i wasn't a parent yet. It didn't even it almost like went right over my head. Yeah i couldn't imagine what. The product was an eric as she wants you to buy the inventory for her. Then eventually you take over an hour running freda yes fast forward. What something that people can't find out about you from google earth lincoln that i really you know up until that moment i really was not a risk taker at all. I told the line. I did what was laid out for me and i i would never in a million years have predicted that i would have veered off. Course
Seed Banking A Floristic Province, Naomi Fraga Of California Botanic Garden
"We're back now to our conversation with naomi. Freda director of conservation programs the california botanic garden in claremont california since its founding in nineteen twenty seven. The garden has included seed collecting and seed banking as part of. Its work as we come back. Dr frigo explains the different branches of work in the conservation programs. She directs welcome back in field studies. It's basically field research on the ground to understand the plants of california. So we're out there gathering data collecting specimens and sometimes we even find and describe new species to our state. We're oftentimes finding new rare plant populations and documenting those and making that information widely available land managers and state different kinds of agencies in our laboratory program. We have a molecular lab and we also have an anatomy lab and so we have some very state of the equipment to address plant conservation in in very more high tech ways than sort of just boots on the ground observing and recording and understanding. And so we can look at genes and we can look at morphology at the microscopic level. We have a scanning scanning electron scope. We can also section plants and look at their individual cells. We can also look at their chromosomes and so gathering. This data might provide us with more information about the plants biology that might inform their conservation. It's really great. Have these research tools to allow us to address plant conservation in a variety of ways. And then we have the plant nursery which is really an incredible tool for plant conservation because we take plants out of the wild environment. Maybe we collect seeds or cuttings and we're growing in cultivation. There's so much that we can learn In terms of gathering data on horticultural requirements supplants. That might shed light on. How plants exist in nature. What are their growing requirements. What do they require. Rejuvenation swap intended to experiments to see how we can germinate there sees whether they require smoke. Fire acid treatment. You know all these different mechanisms step. Plants need to allow them to grow. Maybe there is a question about plant reproduction. And we want to know. If plant can produce seeds by self pollinating we grow those plants in the nursery and do simple experiments to do either cross pollination or flowers to prevent pollination to see if they produce route so we can do those kinds of studies we can also do common garden studies in her nursery where we might compare plants from two different locations and grow them under the same growing conditions to see if differences we see in nature or result of genetics or environment. And then we might also just need to grow plants for various restoration efforts and so we have a lot of degraded lands and You know seeing those degraded lands You know that's very difficult to get restoration going from seeds. Because the invasive species oftentimes need seeds and so establishing with container plants right now seems to be the most successful. we're up in times propagating plants in containers to be put out onto degraded wildland to help with
"freda" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"On the morning of February Fifth Nineteen Nineteen Twenty one eight year old. Frida Burnell left her home in Aber to Larry Whales to run an errand for her father. She never returned turned. My guest hosts Amanda Kenyon and Lucy are going to take over from here to discuss the details of the investigation into Freitas's disappearance. Thanks thanks Vanessa. So around ten. Am that morning. Fred Burnell fritos. Father began to grow concerned the Aaron he'd sent her on taking all of ten minutes and win. Nearly an hour came and went not took to the streets to look for her. He searched the entire morning but there was no sign of Freda. Fred began to panic his daughter. His little girl was gone. Fred alerted the town crier. Who made a village wide announcement notifying citizens of fritos disappearance that afternoon? Police set out to find the girl pull. Dozens of townspeople joined. The officials forming a massive search party that day they come the village and traverse the wooded hillsides hillsides when darkness fell there lamps could be seen flickering from the surrounding mountains by the next morning. After looking long into the night the search party had found no trace of Freda the girl had seemingly disappeared into thin air. A dark reality dawned on the village. Aber tillery something truly horrible had happened to Freda Burnell and soon their worst fears were confirmed after seven. Am on the morning of the sixth a coal oh minor named Edward. Thomas was walking to work out a quiet back lane when he spotted. What looked like a pile of rags but as Thomas drew closer? He realized how wrong he was there. In a crumpled heap was the body of Freda Burnell. She was found only a few hundred yards from her own doorstep. The coroner later reported that Freda had suffered a blow to her head. They also found signs of possible sexual assault but it was the cord still tied around her neck. That made it clear. The young girl had been strangled to death. Someone had brutally attacked and murdered an eight year old child. The people of Aber tillery had a monster in their midst. It's that same day. Two detectives from London Scotland Yard traveled to Aber to Larry to investigate the murder by the following Thursday. They'd received their most convincing. Lead an anonymous source lead them to the storage shed behind mortimer's shop where Freda Frieda had gone on her errand. The morning she disappeared inside they found little fritos handkerchief. Only a few people had a key to a structure including fifteen year old Herald Jones. The last known person to see Frida Burnell alive. The following week the boy was arrested did and charged with her murder. The people of adversary were outraged at the arrest. Jones was known and liked around town. He was smart well-spoken and came from but good family. No one would believe that one of their own still a child himself committed such a vicious act in the months leading up to Harold Jones trial groups of supporters organized the village to protest his innocence and on the day of the proceedings in June of nineteen twenty one. A parade of witnesses took the stand to sing. The boys praises everyone from his father to his school. Headmaster spoke of Jones's good character. Even Mr Mortimer. The shop's owner created a false alibi. To bolster Sir at the boys Defense Jones was eventually acquitted due to a reported lack of evidence and as he emerged from the courthouse. The House the entire town rejoiced crowds swarm Jones singing for. He's a jolly good fellow while they escorted him to a nearby restaurant. They're the teenager stood from a top table and delivered a speech. I thank you all. I do not hold a grudge against the people of adversary for the horrendous ordeal. I have been put through. Some accounts claim that the town council even presented him with a gold watch but their celebrations would only last so long just days after his release another girl eleven year old flory. Little went missing this time. However the body was found in an attic leading from Jones's bedroom her throat had been slit ear to ear? Shortly after Jones confessed to both the murder of flory little and Frieda Burnell but because he was only sixteen at the time he was saved from the gallows instead Jones was sentenced to an adult. Prison is in where he would spend the next twenty years of his life after his release he disappeared into the London streets. Nearly a a century later. Freda Cornell's murder continues to leave. Its tragic mark on Abertillery. The graves of both Frieda and flory remain main. Prominent in the town's cemetery where they're regularly tended to out of respect peril Jones allegedly returned to visit the girls gravesites after his release from prison when other townspeople recognized him. They ran him out of town today. The gravesites serve as an unspoken warning of the horrors neighbors can inflict on neighbors and as a reminder of the young lives that were taken far too soon soon. I'm Vanessa Richardson. Thanks again. Amanda Kenyon and Lucy for joining me. Today thanks Vanessa. Thanks for having a great time. Yeah thank you so much and you can find our show whining crime on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Today in true crime is a podcast. Original you can find more episodes of today's true crime and all other parkas originals for free on spotify. Not only does spotify already. Have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals. 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"freda" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Eight year old. Frida Burnell sat at the big wooden table for breakfast fest. It was a Saturday as she ate her plate of eggs her father. Fred whistled at the stove. Freda savored did these weekend mornings home from school. She loved watching her father go through his early routine making breakfast preparing food for the chickens all the while whistling sling the same old folk tunes. There was nowhere else. She felt safer than in their warm kitchen. A heavy clang of pot pot snapped Freda from her thoughts. Her father's side frustrated. He just realized they were fresh. Out of poultry grit. He would need some right away if he was going to finish making the chicken feed. He turned to his daughter. would she be a deer and run to mortimer's shop Freda eagerly agreed. She took any chance she could to run an errand going to the store alone. Made her feel so grown up after she'd finished breakfast. Fred Red gave Frida Schilling for a bag of poultry grit and spice and an extra tuppence just for her to keep and if she was quick he told her with a wink he'd give her a whole nother penny. It was a beautiful day for February that year the winter had been mild and is free to walked out her front door instead of biting winds. The Bright Sky greeted her. She practically skipped the few hundred yards to mortimer's when she arrived at the shops. Wide Glass Windows. She paused for a moment to put on her. Most mature air. After smoothing the wrinkles in her coat she walked inside at the counter stood a teenage boy in an apron. Mortimer's Mortimer's shop assistant. He had brown hair and light. Sad is like a hound dog free to recognize him from around the village suddenly i. She felt anxious her grownup act falling apart. She was shy around older boys freedom. Fredo looked down at her feet as she told the boy. Her order one bag of poultry grit and a bag of poultry spice. He grabbed the spice and went searching for the grit. But came back empty-handed he apologized. The shop only had loose grit. No bags were left. Freda looked up at the boy for the first first time to reply but the look on his face made her stop. He was watching her intensely now. His sad drooping is suddenly a sharp and alive. She felt her stomach. Turn in knots and before she could muster up the words again the boy already had a solution Lucien out in the back of the shop. Mr Mortimer had a storage shed. There might be some bags of grid out there. He told her all they had to do was go check. Freda wasn't sure she wanted to go with the boy. She was still shy and she didn't like the way she saw him staring at her but when she looked at him again his smile was warm his is kind so she followed him outside as the boy opened the shed. The door creaked. He Beckoned Freda in when she stepped inside it was dimmed and smelled of must and grain. Then the shed door slammed shut. Submerging them in complete darkness. Freda could here the oh boy breathing as he steps toward her she whimpered pleading. He needed to let her out now please. She had to go home but she'd never make it back.
"freda" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"Baby. The father were the young older brother had access to amber now because of the Internet. So how can we help. I would say to parents parenting as a telephone. You Pan for the phone you is your phone and you could use that. As a tool to take away from the Child Welfare nights exceeding burs era era of their lives and tell the appearance at work. But she's not WANNA now Muslims. Don't want now. I know I wanNA Byu coverage you're saying Oh say no to fear in say yes to being courageous because as you intervene early in the child's life then so you can look over to hopefully won't escalate to something greater later on in their adulthood. Yeah I agree with you. Completely free to as parents we must have the courage and the strength to be the strong parent and to make sure that we tell our children and pass onto our children. Children That it's not acceptable in not only tell them but make it so that it's not so accessible for them and there are ways to do that. Yeah Yes yes absolutely ways to To to the on your laptop on your phone you know there's different securities that you can put on the phones for the trial you can put on the laptop computers accelerators in many ways to do that as easy to go and find what are some of those used a security measure for your jolt on. That's right free two. I've worked worked in bullying prevention for a long time. I always ask a question about this. Is there Story that you can share with us where maybe you were being bullied or you have a story about this. Were mindfulness would have made a difference for me. Personally it would have. I was in sixth grade six feet tall and worth size twelve shoe. You don't look back yes I stood out but it didn't get that bad for young girl. Reasons to bully me and threatened in to fight me. I would run. I would after school in the bill branding Ding Ding Ding Ding. I literally literally grabbed my books in with fear ear. RUNDOWNS Remember ban on the second floor of our building in our run hall was at least a half a mile at all. I would not get MHM Scopus or she will be on the school bus if I had backed banning mindfulness Part Insane No. I would have been able to do those things as well. I didn't tell my brother and my sister. My mom I kept to myself at each day getting on the bus nervous Michael in school because this young girl. I can't even remember what happened at a stop. I know what happened. I went to high school and she didn't go to my high school but I didn't have those measures in place to say they know to hers. They know the myself ask for help from the teacher administration or even ask for help from my parents as well as my brother and sister who were older Freda. Yeah as we move forward in the interview. I WanNa ask you five quick answer questions so just thirty second ads. The first one is this. Who is one person who has influence mindfulness in your life coach? C Vivian Stringer. She is coach L. at Tom Brooker University. And she's a hall of Famer Nays. In all Alzheimer's she has been one of the most influential in my life. Free mindfulness affected your emotions stabilized by emotion. Russian Internet all over the place. I'm not rich with fear I can move forward with confidence encourage. How is breathing a part of your mindfulness? It is absolutely necessary because I by myself like many people probably holding my breath and learn to tale in hell so I practice breeding daily to remind myself than let it go and inhale all that is good if you could recommend commend a book on mindfulness or related to mindfulness. What would that book a gun? This is an old one it helped me years ago. I'm okay you're okay okay now I know is transactional analysis and get real deep. But just the if you can get the meat out of it. That's one another one. That's prepares children. It is.
"freda" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"Go and register. You'll get fifty percent off the ticket price for them to Tan Dan as my guest. And who is your coach. Chris Patterson is a CEO changes here in Jacksonville which which is how. I met him at one of his incredibly event that used to host. Here's the go network Non Like I've ever seen and that's how we got to need eight one visit there. Have you been at one of his events before. Oh yes and I can still remember the number of people quality title to give I can use that phrase of people that come to those events and the connections that happen and one thing that got my attention. Chris wasn't just any me too network. Wise each event had a nonprofit organization that he presented to the group it to support. It was not event that he did not could onstage. We are supporting this particularly van though free to make donations and that guy tipped you so tell us an experience you had at one of his previous events. That really made a difference for you. He did a marketing event canal. He didn't he was the host he was participant so he invited me to come and the young man. I can't think of his name right now did a presentation on storytelling. Fine and I thought wow let me this is interesting and what I like about when you have events is I believe in practical application occasion. So this guy advocate wants you to write down you get two minutes right down. The story of how you came up with Your Business Name. People wanted out. There's a story in like oh great I mean two minutes. I'm right in real fast. And then I finished. She said okay. Who wants to talk Intel? Re your story in I volunteer. They did that because now I use that as as as my storytelling onto people say. How is your company? A wise coaching. Your last the thing is doc thing and I get opportunity to tell my story. You have the opportunity right now. I know your website is wise. Coaching coaching DOT company. And I will repeat that Wise Coaching Dot Company. And I know that that's a fascinating name because it grabbed my attention so tell us a story. How did you become wise? Coaching Dot Company for. Here's the story that I totally every buying a elderly woman long flowing hair athlete to brush her hair and has that was brushing a here. I was nervous because she sometimes with say some things that I did not quite understand the stand. That was my great aunt wise and she said to me one of those days when I was a pressure long beautiful hair you are a gold piece you are unique and you are different. My Company Wise Coaching takes all that was that I gained from my great aunt. Wise is for myself for anyone who dares to allow me to cook from anyone who dares and I love that you he said that anyone who dares and because I know. I have a coach in my coaches Chris. Paterson I've had many coaches over the years and it does take take courage to reach out and and have a coach. Tell us how we get it up point of actually making the decision in and hiring a coach. What's involved? I think is number one being in a room whether that at an event or WanNa one and the second part which is recruiters you.
"freda" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"By Brent and that he really appreciate a conversation that I took the time to talk with him L.? How to just take care of his free to so many problems that people have are related to substance abuse and to addictions of different burnt times? I'm wondering if some of those fifty ways to say no relate to addictions and how you can help people with addictions nations absolute as passionate as well Because I got started. Didn't WanNa do it Life has events happened and and I love workmen individuals who struggle with substance abuse. So you're absolutely right. On a scale of one to ten there is the inability to say now underneath underneath all that the core of that is something that I teach. Even my coaching clients is. We've gotTA look at the lead system when we look at what we believe about anything or any situation that is where change were Over the years in Texas Georgia now here in Florida working with different clients. Who have that issue of of Substance Abuse? Once I get to scale away carefully. Look at what I believe about yourself. What are you have been believing about this situation now? Let's just go will one day at a time and look at how we can change those beliefs. We was once we change what we believe about ourselves and help change the outcome. It takes time. It's not happening. Ah Won't happen overnight. The more weekday into believe about that and how it has hindered me and we can see changes occurrence l.. Yes it had help help still helping individuals who have issue when it comes to substance abuse free to this may be very personal and you don't have to answer but you mentioned that you have always had a coach in that you have a coach now. I'm wondering what you have learned about yourself that you can change about yourself that you've learned through your coach. Yes the number one thing I remember I of Nasdaq in conversation. I was sharing with him my fears and he said to me. Have you ever heard of the syndrome phrase it but I call it. I don't belong here you know. He said you're not an impostor. That's at the impostor imposter syndrome I've never heard of that. Is You belong here. And then he started asking me some backs. What are some of the facts that says you belong here so along here? Do I belong long here in a place where I'm going. Yes she belonged there. Where you're going is seems humongous extravagant and large were? You believe you're going. You belong there so that has been helping me tell myself you belong here when you're comes like what am I doing. HAVE BEEN COMING COMING UP January twenty. You know and I'm like no you belong here and I'll just remind what are the facts that says you belong. What have you done? What are you doing link that says you belong and is your event on January twenty? Third something you can share with us. Yes Oh it's my coach is From one of the speakers for the event. It's here in Jacksonville Florida. Atlantic Beach Country Club is from eight am to six experiencewise like boot camp and what I can do is provide the link. Go and register. You'll get fifty percent off the ticket price for them to Tan Dan as my guest. And who is your coach..
"freda" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"Continue to talk and then she began to ask him to help her with life issues and so I began to help her in that coaching searching relationship has turned into a friendship over the past twenty eight years so data one that stands out for me a great deal working with a basketball player. Now Out of your coaching came an interesting book. You told me about this before I hit record but can you tell us what happened Gordon. How that book came about so years have been a licensed professional counselor? I realized that a lot if not most of my patients inclined and we're dealing with the ability to say no and I thought if they could just say no to some of the crucial things in their lives. They probably wouldn't lead me so the I'm gonNA write a book one day and it's a small handbook talks about the ways to say no. I mean it. It came from the songs some of you may have about it that the ways to leave your lover and I thought hey how. Come up with fifty nuggets. INADA bag came the book as they know. And not. Just say no but made in your site and is it mostly about saying no to yourself or is it mostly bowed saying no to others is both because we do have to learn how to say notarized selves as well as other people places and things and I think once that we're able to do that that brings about a mindfulness as well that brings about a centeredness that I can't say no And it's okay in one is not going to judge me or I'm GonNa Judge Style and I can go on life and have healthier relationships and so can you share with us. Some of those interesting ways to say no that you included in your book so the number one that I use career bure dealt commission to say now is a lot of times even my own law I like. I wasn't getting my mission. I was telling myself no. You can't say no for variety ride of reasons right once. Give yourself permission. You'll find out it becomes easier and easier another one that I use even today is get somebody somebody else who is stronger at saying no than you are put on your team so my husband for example is a great example. When I'm I'm still struggling to say no to some idea or something Kalma has been asked Hill the hill coach me along on the way and I'm able to say no to that thing or person of a situation that I need to say no to the two nuggets here. That's great free to and I think in our society Eddie. I don't know if you agree that We are in a place where we forget to reach out to other people. We don't do that enough and I don't know whether that's because of social social media. I mean we used to embrace family so much more than we do today. What are your thoughts on on the fact that in society today we don't seem to reach out As much yes sodium as social media if the plus can be a negative totally agree with you it does take away the ability or even thinking. You don't even need to reach out to somebody else. I can google it or I can get out search it and give come fancy myself but I find that hinders out a bill to have relationship with each other so the more we learn those skills that I teach you and my daughter's and some of their France teenagers in college student is how to just reach out and give help..
Frida Kahlo's Bus Accident
"Was September Seventeenth Nineteen Twenty five Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Hello was involved in a bus accident that she survived with major injuries. The accident changed the course of her life and deeply affected her artwork. Mark Free Board Goya on Mexico in Nineteen O seven. Her mother was relatively conventional in her worldview while while her father supported her curiosity Freda was super close to her father but she was more distant from her mother who dealt with depression and when she was young she had polio which affected her right leg and gave her a limp she also developed an interest in art and began. Dan Sketching in nineteen twenty two free to begin attending the National Preparatory School in Mexico City. Her goal was to study medicine at a university there she encountered progressive thought and people in the literary community she became known as a Prankster and she wore indigenous jewelry including it was at this school where she met artist Diego Rivera but on September Seventeenth nineteen twenty five she was headed back back home from school on a bus with her boyfriend Alejandro Gomez audience when the bus ran into a trolley car. Several people were killed immediately. The accident and more died later from their injuries obvious only had minor injuries but a piece of iron went through fritos pelvis and back that had to be pulled out of her body. Her shoulder was dislocated. Her collarbone was broken. Her right leg was broken in eleven places and her spine was also broken in several places she had surgery and stayed in the hospital for a month then spent several months at home in bed over the course of her life. She underwent as many as thirty five operations. Though she aimed to become a medical illustrator she was in a lot of pain and decided to drop out of school while she was in recovery. She spent a lot of time painting. Her mother even bought her easel that helped her paint in bed. She used an overhead mirror to paint self-portraits. During this time her relationship with audience ended but photographer Tina Mobility introduced her to a community of people involved in art in leftist politics. She soon became reacquainted with Diego. Rivera NC joined the young Communist League which Rivera founded in nineteen twenty nine Carlo Married Rivera when she was twenty two years old and he was forty two but their marriage was rocky. They both had affairs many of Carlos with other women free to diego separated divorced and remarried carried. She also had a miscarriage and several pregnancies that were medically terminated but throughout their turbulent relationship they continued their artistic mystic practice and continued to express their political views. Fritos self-portraits viscerally depict her pain. Her Art is known for being dark emotional national and symbolic she made most of her artwork in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties but she didn't get her first solo show and Mexico until nineteen fifty three that was years after her first ever Solo Exhibition in New York City in nineteen thirty eight she had to be in bed on the opening night of her exhibition in Mexico City so she went to the show in an ambulance in state. They're in a bed that was set up for her. A few months. After after this fritos right leg had to be amputated because it was infected with gangrene she died on July thirteenth nineteen fifty four officially Ashley of Pulmonary embolism though there has been speculation that she died by suicide there is now a museum and Custos Tool Rita's home goal kind.
"freda" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You to the zoo no delays there fourteen minute trip forty three north bound for downtown to get help for that is your average eight minutes in ninety four southbound from the market to late now Avenue also downstairs seven minute ride WTMJ five day forecast for today could see an isolated shower otherwise mostly cloudy a high of seventy four tonight mostly cloudy lows dropping down to sixty one tomorrow partly cloudy warm and humid high of eighty degrees Tuesday chance for scattered storms in the afternoon otherwise partly cloudy and windy a high of eighty four Wednesday mostly sunny in a bit cooler high of sixty eight and on Thursday mostly sunny high of seventy two right now in Madison at sixty nine degrees seventy degrees in Green Bay Lockett shot a sixty six and in Milwaukee it is sixty five degrees stay informed a matter where you are download the new WTMJ mobile app today I'm Tony back newsradio WTMJ it's game day in Chicago yes these rules warm up with math manager insights in a preview of tonight's game right now and now broadcasting live from the annex wealth management studios at Radio City years back looking for a series win over the cubs today a possible opportunity to get within three of a playoff spot and what a morning it has been a lot of movies being made by the brewers including a fan favorite no longer being part of the organization welcome and it is brewers warm up want to join us you can do so by calling or texting into the accurate mortgage talking text line four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that's four one four seven nine nine one six twenty you can also tweet end of the program at Matt Polly on air in AT T. P. A. U. L. E. Y. on air have you till about twelve forty five and that's when we will make way for the network broadcast Jeff levering and lingering don't have the call of the game today here on W. T. M. J. all right let's start with the moves of the day because the brewers they made a bunch of Jake Freda Freddie Peralta catcher David Freitas all called up from San Antonio first two players have been with the team the pitchers and then Fred this will serve as the third catcher he just won the Pacific Coast League batting title so he really hit while playing all year at.
"freda" Discussed on KOMO
"Up to Joe Freda hi five though pretty wide open for the most part if you need to travel through to coalesce Seattle or effort Curtis Calhoun come what traffic thanks Curtis and taking a look at your forecast for today cloudy with a slight chance of showers high of seventy five degrees showers for tonight with a low of fifty then for Tuesday partially cloudy again a daytime high near seventy five the curly outside the studios in common use in downtown Seattle we have sixty five degrees with overcast skies stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station Carmel news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good morning this time is four forty five America into the global twenty four seven news center your some of our top headlines ball tropical depression very did not lead to catastrophic flooding in Louisiana residents along the Gulf coast are still urged he tornado and flash flood warnings as the storm moves north much of Louisiana Mississippi were under flash flood watches Barry was drowned grit downgraded from a tropical storm on Sunday the day after a man was shot by police for throwing incinerated vices at the northwest detention center in Tacoma demonstrators returned Sunday to protest the facility and the nationwide sweeps being carried out by ice the company that operates the center says it respects every individual's right to use their voice and express their opinions police say the man who attacked the center was found dead after officers opened fire in sports the Sounders beat Lana yesterday two to one coming up buying new carpet I'm her Weiss bomb with how to get the best price and how to avoid some of the common hassles comedies time is now for forty six aftershocks continued after a magnitude four point six quake rattled the Seattle area last week dozens of small tremors felt across the region the most recent in Bremerton commercials and Vaughn has a closer look at the seismic activity here and around the world it was sheer panic in several cities in Indonesia after a magnitude seven point three struck the country's Eastern Province Aluko scary stuff in Australia people are picking up the pieces the floors on the shopper littered with broken glass and housewares after a magnitude six point five hit Western Australia closer to home this past week in the Puget Sound the biggest quickly felt in quite some time and now lots of aftershocks Paul bowed and manages the Pacific Northwest seismic network it's highly unlikely that they're physically related earthquakes in California and earthquakes here earthquake in Australia the one that we really worry about is the Cascadia earthquake experts say the big one is unavoidable in the Pacific Northwest region and you can count on a magnitude eight or nine earthquake to hit on the Cascadia subduction zone fault offer coastline research seismologists Joan Gombert is with U. S. G. S. the US Geological Survey in Seattle all that quake activity in the past few days and weeks Indonesia is one of the most active seismically active areas in the world a magnitude seven point three is not at all unusual for that region the one in in Australia I was a magnitude six point six was actually off shore she says what happened in Australia was unusual but nothing to worry about as far as we know this is nothing extraordinary is happening but it's a good reminder to just be prepared that's almost as an fine reporting companies time is four forty eight a funeral mass was held over the weekend to Detroit for late automotive giant Lee Iacocca ABC's Ryan burl reports most remember Lee Iacocca as a blunt talking cigar chomping.
Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54
"Program was better tainted news focusing on the life and times of brigitte nielsen everybody remember who she is raise your hands more famous than her career is i think you're right about that and maybe her body that has given her fame and fortune she's had her fifth child not big news there except she was fifty four i husband okay so let's figure out the circle year we can follow this friday follow along at home with me you're playing bingo pay attention to this so ms nielsen given birth at the age of fifty four to child number five i husband is muttiah desi not her first husband this is just her first child with her latest has been has ever get the number straight here her husband is thirty nine hundred fifty four welcomed a daughter named freda so this is the first child nielsen is the mother of four from previous relationships nielsen has been married five times and married is so vaster stallone i think when she was doing that movie with him i forget what the name of the movie was cobra that was it yes and then she was with flavor flav or flavor what's henry hot yes that's right she had a reality show with him really and she had a baby with him do that she and flav had a baby so they didn't have a baby no budget other babies so i could get into the dangers of having children at the age of fifty four that's probably another seventy for another time because we need to get to some music news at twenty five past the hour foo fighters have helped james corden close out the late shows week long visit to london with a performance of their head festive you from the central hall and westminster before singer dave grohl took to the stage after paul mccartney's carpool karaoke aired and sat down with gordon to discuss the beatles influence on his music as well as sharon antidote about a party he attended with mccartney taylor swift that's an interesting let's see what the story is that out here okay the story revolves around a dave grohl who's had too much to drink apparently attending a party at mccartney's home paul performing a new song on a piano mccartney invited grohl to do a song for the party however grow couldn't play the piano because he was drunk and all the mccranie guitars where i think it's just that he doesn't play piano but not that he was drunk and then dave said taylor swift who was also there stepped in and started playing a song on the piano that he break he died but he couldn't place growth wife was the one who pointed out the song swift was playing was the foo fighters best of you dave told corden and they get up next started singing and he gave her credit for helping him save face in front of mccartney maybe he was remember his own talk that's not going there either musical newsy now rodgers and chic have come up with a new song and they also have announced a date for release of an album this has been twenty six years in the making apparently they're releasing the new single till the world falls now rodgers and chic announcing a release for it's about time album they've been working on that apparently for years sheik released another single i'll be there in two thousand fifteen but it's not known if that is still slated to be part of this album it's about time bride you said that he's collaborated on songs for the album the lady gaga elton john miguel manet and others said some of the songs came from his cancer recovery while others came to fruition after the debt service friend david bowie and prince he co wrote till the world followed with andersen back i don't know who's anderson pack he's an rn be kind of a newton neo soul singer yeah okay so this is something that people look forward to karen oh yeah i like it a lot it's very the.
Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54
"Windows parentheses badly need paint job rather than refusing to serve a fine person like sarah huckabee sanders the president and admitted germaphobe also added in his tweet i always had a rule if a restaurant is dirty on the outside it's dirty on the inside the restaurants co owner telling the washington post that her reasons for selling sarah sanders she wouldn't serve her included the concerns of employees who were gay and new sanders had defended the president's desire to bar transgender people from the military no surprise jurassic world fallen kingdom top the weekend box office this is a big number one opening weekend for jurassic world fallen kingdom a hundred and fifty million dollars that's ten million more than the most optimistic early tracking but twenty eight percent less than the nearly two hundred nine million opening for jurassic world three years ago you incredible to business dropped by over half and week too but thanks to a record opening it's still made nearly eighty one million dollars christopher watson abc news model actress and reality star brigitte nielsen has given birth at the age of fifty four she and her thirty nine year old husband mataya desi released a statement to people magazine over the weekend saying their daughter freda was born friday in los angeles it's the fifth child but the first daughter for nielsen who has four adult sons from previous marriages she married desi her fifth husband in two thousand six she revealed her exceptionally late in life pregnancy last month by posting photos of herself on instagram and twitter update from.
Iowa, Attorney and Us discussed on Julian Lee
"From the caldecott newscenter by michael williams police north west iowa are investigating the death of an infant in estherville officials said friday that eleven month old jasmin rodriquez sebastian died wednesday at a sioux falls hospital two days after she was taken there for undisclosed reasons to police the county attorney's office the department of human services and the iowa division of criminal investigation are investigating ellsworth air force b one bs or not flying right now us air force global strike command is not at the b one bomber freda from one of the planes made an emergency landing in texas general robin rand ordered the safety stand down thursday the f says a safety investigation after the made money magazine landing found a problem with ejection seat components that caused a standdown standing allen keller dot com dues a pair of apparent celebrity suicides is renewing attention to minnesota's cashstrapped suicide hotline which is on track to close a suicides in the state have been rising crisis connections had hoped for one million dollars to stay afloat but the money was a casualty of a budget dispute in the legislature this year between majority republicans and democratic governor mark dayton nine black former and current university of minnesota football players are suing the school saying their rights violated in a sexual misconduct investigation the lawsuit friday sense from schools investigation into an alleged gang rape of a female student in twenty sixteen no criminal charges were filed but several students were expelled or suspended the lawsuit says the school turned in the nine black plaintiffs into scapegoats university says it will vigorously defend itself water conservation is going to be a hot topic during.
"freda" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Battle battling telling towel slotting a pussy feel sick hurricane queens twice south field if the swaggie laggy gets to operate of south wave case the freda plane the plane we see plenty for rapper case remember lost in the lacking in the lake michigan theme song soul with the natives will call with flashlights on post make kohl's case the same lake any fix nick contact with the scandal class that magnify mistake what we're why us that's competition probably kill you would you i've been watching quite some time couldn't help special join may have never almost.
"freda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"For sure for sure i just at the same time i hate anything that one more reason why human beings don't have to interact and one more reason why humans are gonna lose their their their communication skills which which is already showing up really really think that's what's going to happen we're gonna we're gonna forget how to communicate are you not seeing that happening all around you just walk down our hall here at the station tried to have a discussion with some of the much younger people that work here try just doing this because they think you're a pervert well their reasons for that freda same way they don't talk to him just trying to make contact and just say hello to one of the twenty one year olds working here and just see what happens see how that goes for you i done that i do that daily and they then they run they just run like hell no they talk then they just keep walking this technology is amazing i see see it for what it is it's it's incredible but it it it does give me pause as well this technology todd the technology is being developed so humans don't have to talk to each other no no the humans the technologies being created to make everything easier for human beings exactly eliminating the friction between human unless less thought and less effort on your part and it's up to you you're responsible you're you're pissed off because other people want the technology.
"freda" Discussed on The Read
"Rope hey thanks what was it like it was it was great it was like a defining moment for me i i was nervous leading up to it and didn't know how it was gonna do once i sat down and we did like the first take i felt like what i need to be doing so you better walk yup more of that so thank you great question can't wait to see it soon as plex puts it out maybe four holly may fourth dear white people see into only on that check out my negative yuri asante who's that is not a mad thank you for asking the question i'm back here live in the blood colored people section with a high i'm such a huge fan of you guys my name is freda and look i know not many people watch scandal anymore but the season for now doing it was good gotta who don't like it can leave bets it it is what it is well i loved it but i don't wanna talk about it in detail because he hasn't seen in i'm sure a lot of y'all haven't seen on stage and we can find.
"freda" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Toll recorded live ooh ooh mm big oh more the burden sharing well boy freda really watch fare lin no thaddeus yeah yeah oh big catch no but fall real so they'll do it i know no.
"freda" Discussed on KOMO
"For his socks only from john freda we want to make your blonde blonde sheer blind go blunder collection by john frieda lightens and brightens hair to chase to give you your best fond every day your hair talks make a statement which sheron under collection only from john freda mm hmm in your jingle seriously its november all the way ready or not the holidays or komen so get ready at the jared semi annual event november ten through twelve come enjoy our best prices of the season and discover hundreds of pieces you only find it jared will event that's why he went to jared some exclusions apply suggestion confronatations it's me your heart high blood pressure is serious and i can quit whenever i want just treat me better after all we're in this together to get your high blood pressure to a healthy range visit heartorgbloodpressure a message from the american heart association abtal i giant shoppers it your show cashier here to tell you about a new way to save even more on shelf you'll really now you can link your giant account to a few words account which means you john your gas points with the rewards earned from shopping online dining out and more plus tax on the additional every day savings that shell in the business we call the abc savings opportunity liu visit film awards dot com slash giant for details and how you can start saving even more on shelf you'll today which is crucial stations restrictions apply traumatic brain injury afflicts many of our military heroes returning from combat thanks to a partnership between the intrepid fallen heroes fund and the us military service members like major steve taylor are being treated with a more than ninety percent success rate in the intrepid pratt whitney group created therapy were dark fighter aromatherapy and you're all bleed and pegged brief johnny gray for more uh aand heroes fund dot org nato komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's.
"freda" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"From yours sir little by the macdonald a concept we like laterite here sweet freda mark davis in for dennis prager one more power to go and looking forward to it let's see what lies ahead what a prager seven seven secs either something i've dangle in you here for the entire show let's get to a just a little bit the president was in pennsylvania last evening sat down with hannity and sean said hey about that above that economic plan though what are you gonna do well first of all it's a massive tax cuts and reform but it's a mess you could say the crowd was enthused no one reverse injured this did and for years they talk about tax reform i said the problem with a word reform nobody understands what it means because reform could been you get a erase taxes this is the largest tax cuts in the history of our country it is credible so right there are showing we are the highest taxed nation and the world and we're going to be now down in the lower wrong in terms of taxes a family can get and a business can get especially a subject the rest you know you're doing different kinds of things with your business as some people run it individually but uk get as much as a forty percent tax reduction again if so largest tax reduction in the history of cochairs president trump now here's argue your afer of the show we do some stolen cold blasphemy on today's dennis prager show here we go ready don't don't drive the car off the road here we go you wanna know how tax relief oughta go here's our.
"freda" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Religious practices and freda yeah so this has been done before said they don't want something that's affected the reason the wall is fought so vehemently is because it works it's it's not gonna laminate the country but it's an effective barrier that actually retards the mass migrations of people across sovereign borders and that's why they don't want it because all the other stuff all the other jibril javer that they throw out can be violated easily here's a little sound of a xavier sarah talking about the suit i'm following a lawsuit in us district court the border between the us and mexico spanned some two thousand miles the list of laws violated by the president's administration in order to build his campaign wall is almost as long so you know a again this is just the teens uncountable example of win on those rare occasions when the federal government has actually tried to invoke border enforcement all of a sudden the local elected officials come in and throw is made many obstacles and impediments as possible in the past to stop it from happening when the when when it was local law enforcement the federal government would step in under barack obama for instance to come down on the state of arizona over sb ten seventy and now that the federal government wants to enforce the laws it's local government again doubling down on sanctuary policies and trying to use lawsuits to tie things up in court get it in front of a federal judge that agrees with them and then see how many years they can push this and and the the the deal here gm is to delay because they're convinced that eventually robert muller will come up with impeachable evidence and they'll be able to get rid of donald trump so the idea is to just sit on the ball kill the.
"freda" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Indication was i remember once on this was years after it became a hit and this was sometime in the 80s and our member lamont does your uh i was at his house because my sister sherry sherry paint hoover by the way became a supreme yes it on 1973 and uh they were they they were dating at sherry in lamont were allied them you know this before he got married you know but sherry and lamont had had a relationship for ten years oh and we ran his house for four barbecue goes lamont is a fancy some self as a cook uh and he got and he had a few of you libations sure and when he's sitting there and he said freda who are you of a roll banned ago as it run dumb bar and edith ladies as no i did huddling left because he couldn't use their name on there because i'll tell you that lawsuit go on with hondo's or hoan and moutome it went on for years and they win i think they had to was some kind of a settlement they had to like it was just settled anyway but i i dunno vet that eddie hall and he's he's always wanted to get in the lawsuit he he likes me he's nor peo he likes to fight youngho and be at war with somebody gotta a it's a it's it's such an interesting story in i don't know if there is one definitive story because they're so many players involves so many groups in different factions motel story we have heard all of the stories and then you sort of try to cross reference to come up with the definitive all right it's subtle like i have to use this phrase from donald trump is subtle like what's the fake news and what's the reality with the real deal rhianna somewhere in there the truth is because i've read stuff about me unlike wicket pedia young in a biography and i'm saying.
"freda" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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