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Miranda Lambert leads 2020 CMA Award nominations
"For singer Miranda Lambert ends with her leading the nominations for this year's Country Music Awards. Miranda Lambert will compete for the CMA Entertainer of the Year award against Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Eric Church and Luke Combs. New Artist of the Year nominees or Jimmy Allen incurred Andras Gabby Barrett, Carly Pierce and Morgan Wallen. Notable acts who did not get nominated Tanya Tucker, Sam Hunt and the Chicks. C M a awards air traditionally in November. But details on this year's awards have not been announced. I'm
Miranda Lambert leads 2020 CMA Award nominations
"Association awards with seven off them? Miranda Lambert will compete for the CMA Entertainer of the Year award against Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Eric Church and Luke Combs. New Artist of the Year nominees or Jimmy Allen incurred Andras Gabby Barrett, Carly Pierce and Morgan Wallen. Notable acts who did not get nominated Tanya Tucker, Sam Hunt and the Chicks. CMA Awards air traditionally in November, But details on this year's awards have not been announced on marches or Aleta. I am happy to announce
Miranda Lambert leads 2020 CMA Award nominations
"Miranda Lambert leads the way with seven nominations for the country Music Awards. Miranda Lambert will compete for the CMA Entertainer of the Year award against Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Eric Church and Luke Homes. New artist of the Year nominees or Jimmy Allen incurred Andras Gabby Barrett, Carly Pierce and Morgan Wallen. Notable acts who did not get nominated Tanya Tucker, Sam Hunt and the Chicks. The CMA Awards air traditionally in November, But details on this year's awards have not been announced.
Miranda Lambert leads CMA noms, Luke Combs' streak continues
"Maranda Lambert leads the nominations for the Country Music Association awards with seven I marches are loaded with the latest Maranda Lambert will compete for the CMA entertainer of the year award against Carrie Underwood Keith urban Eric church and Luke combs new artist of the year nominees are Jimmy Allen incurred interest Gabby Barrett's Carly Pearce and Morgan Wallen notable acts who did not get nominated tenure Tucker Sam hunt and the checks the CMA awards are traditionally in November but details on this year's awards have not been announced
Miranda Lambert leads CMA noms, Luke Combs' streak continues
"Maranda Lambert leads the nominations for the Country Music Association awards with seven I marches are loaded with the latest Maranda Lambert will compete for the CMA entertainer of the year award against Carrie Underwood Keith urban Eric church and Luke combs new artist of the year nominees are Jimmy Allen incurred interest Gabby Barrett's Carly Pearce and Morgan Wallen notable acts who did not get nominated tenure Tucker Sam hunt and the checks the CMA awards are traditionally in November but details on this year's awards have not been announced
Buy now, save later: financing vaccine candidates
"Up dumb. Right. Now, more than one hundred, seventy vaccines for covid nineteen or being developed across the world. Of, those six are in final large scale clinical trials. While the races on policy policymakers are. With two questions how much to spend on vaccines that may or may not win and how to ensure the winner or winners are distributed fairly, you cannot be no world where some people are saved another. Anglesey conjure a whaler is the chair of the Global Alliance for vaccines and aviation or Gabby. It's an alliance that funds vaccines for poor countries the steps that need to be taken to ensure vaccines that distributed fairly Require. Collaboration and solidarity of the world governing has set up what's called Kovacs purchasing pool for several late stage vaccine candidates is that facility it has ninety two developing countries in it low and middle income countries, and it also has seventy seven rich countries that have expressed interest by bringing them all together we will have an affordable price of vaccines for all. We have risk sharing in the facility for all, and this will ensure that so many more people in the world who would not have had access will have access so to. Be Equitable I need to be fair but equitable fair division is just one problem I for needs to be enough given vaccine to divide up governments around the world have invested so far at least ten billion dollars on Covid nineteen vaccines they have made forward purchases of about four billion doses so far more companies have essentially already started making some vaccines even before they have been proven to work Slovakia chunk of his or healthcare correspondent the contracts governments have cut with Pharma companies are for about four billion dollars of various vaccines. Now that may look like a lot when my think it's enough to cover most of the world, but it's actually nowhere near enough. Why not to begin with of these vaccines may turn out to be ineffective when the clinical trials are all done. A typical vaccine at this stage has about the twenty percent chance of payer, and some of these vaccines also use novell technologies that haven't been used in any other approved vaccine before. So the risk of failure could be even higher. The biggest issue is that manufacturing capacity globally is limited and there would be shortages, the files and the ingredients that are used in vaccines once manufacturing begins on a large. So I'm experts think that the feasible amount of covid nineteen vaccine the will have by the end of next year is just about two billion dollars. In some vaccines actually are likely to require of course of dolls to work. So we're talking about nowhere near enough to cover even a minority, the world's population. So how much would be enough? How many those should countries be buying up at this stage? Just think that given the current mix of Seo game to the there is a ninety percent chance that there will be. Actually works. Now. One of I've seen is proven to be effective billions of dollars will, of course, need to be distributed very quickly, but it's impossible to know in advance which candidate will succeed. And setting up manufacturing lines takes time a new vaccine factory can take anywhere to three years to get up and running. So government should actually help pharmaceutical companies to produce vast quantities, a range of different vaccines, and ideally economists think Thaksin's numbering in the tens of billions of dollars long before regulatory provides transit but if everybody makes all of the at the same time, there will be. Some some losers right a lot will come to be wasted that way. Yes. Of course absolutely, and that's actually the hard part for politicians because this idea of deliberately overproducing something does not sit easily with politicians or voters indeed bud you have to think about the economic costs even boosting vaccine funding ten times to about the hundred billion or more, which is what many economists are advocating for. Pales in comparison with the seven trillion dollars which governments across the world have spent or pledge to preserve income and jobs that are being lost as a result of the pandemic. So in other words, if we just think of economic output alone a took make sense for the world to spend as much as two hundred, billion on bringing forward ineffective Covid nineteen vaccine. Just fun week to the way things are headed. It seems inevitable that there will be a shortage of supplies. How will they be distributed? Once a good candidate is found i. mean we we saw when the pandemic began this rush for personal protective equipment was not a pretty scene. Right experience was quite telling by the end of April. There were probably around eighty countries that had banned or restricted exports. Youth defend America especially things like medical masks, thermometers, disinfect thens. And even if we look at pandemics the during the swine flu pandemic and you thousand nine rich countries, basically corner the global supplies of the vaccine and they offer some of it to developing countries only after they had more than asked to cover their own citizens and by then if endemic was over. So, what we really seeing now as many commentators are calling vaccine nationalism rich countries are reserving most of the potential global supply of covid nineteen vaccines. And additions countries where these vaccines can be made have the manufacturing capacities are very likely to put their own people first. So what's being done to try to mitigate that global scramble. There are several mechanisms that have been put together for countries to join forces and agree to a more equitable distribution also may end. Make much faster. So the World Health Organization has grown up guidelines of how that might look quite and according to these guidelines. The first supplies of covid nineteen vaccines should call to healthcare workers and social. Care Workers First. Then, the next batch should go to the fifteen or twenty percent of people in each country who are most vulnerable, most likely to from covid nineteen if they're infected. And then laces that are at the highest risk of outbreaks will we prioritized now whether these guidelines will be followed is a different story. It's unclear how many countries will sign up may have expressed interest, but nothing has been signed so far. So all told, what's your prognosis at this stage? Do you think the world will produce enough quantities of candidate vaccines and that they will be distributed in a way? That's even a little bit fair. Just likely that there won't be not vaccine to go around in the first year. Whether it will be distributed equitably depends on where the winning vaccine is made. If the vaccine is part of the portfolio, which is controlled by the global coalition backed up by the World Health Organization than we will see supply being distributed marsh equitably on the other hand if the vaccine turns out to be made in a country that doesn't want to share, it supplies before covering its own citizens. And it's a big country. We won't expect most of the world be covered equitably for a time. Now the solution perhaps is just to spend. More money on the current candidate vaccines, the Waza rating late stage clinical trials. Set of manufacturing, start making them in large quantities that will ensure that there is more to go around with trevor. Vaccine turns out successful. Thanks very much for joining us. Thank you. Jason.
Ansel Elgort Accused of Sexually Assaulting a Teenage Girl
"Ansel Elgort the actor singer in the upcoming West Side Story movie Steven Spielberg directing that was found in New Jersey has been accused of sexually assaulting a seventeen year old girl back in twenty fourteen Elgort accused by on Twitter by a person who only identified herself as Gabby from New York says Albert contacted our online forced her into a sexual encounter her account now deleted that story unverified and no comment from Al Gore
Ansel Elgort Accused of Sexually Assaulting 17-Year-Old Girl in 2014
"Ansel Elgort the actor singer in the upcoming West Side Story movie Steven Spielberg directing that was found in New Jersey has been accused of sexually assaulting a seventeen year old girl back in twenty fourteen Elgort accused by on Twitter by a person who only identified herself as Gabby from New York says Albert contacted our online forced her into a sexual encounter her account now deleted that story unverified and no comment from
Ansel Elgort accused of sexually assaulting 17-year-old girl
"Going to talk about actor and sell Elgort today he's the star of the upcoming Steven Spielberg version of West Side Story and a woman has gone online accusing him of sexually assaulting her in twenty fourteen when she was twenty seven years old so this woman named Gabby we don't know are nasty last name tweeted a statement today and made an unverified claim that Elgort sexually assaulted her when she was a teenager and she describes a pretty graphically and she says that in twenty fourteen she direct messaged Elgort letting him know that it would be her birthday then he gave her his private Snapchat account and asked for nude photos oh boy Hey I under age girls through the DM's yup so that's what she's alleging and Gabby also posted a photo of what appeared to be her sitting with Ansel as well as what she said is a screenshot of their direct message exchange Gabby said she was coming forward now quote so I can finally heal and so nobody from Ansel Elgort camp is replying to emails or calls from multiple publications and bite your weekend al's Ansel's PR team and other people coming forward the other girls you know I'm not seeing anything at this point but I'm looking at a report from the rap and they said they were unable to reach Gabby to corroborate her story and that her Twitter account has been around since twenty fourteen that's what they're finding here so it is it is not a good story
Former Atlanta Officer Is Charged With Murder in Shooting of Rayshard Brooks
"Prosecutor in Atlanta is bringing charges against two officers involved in the incident that led to the fatal shooting of Richard Brooks our click noble says one of them could face life in prison or the death penalty killing little room on the eleven George's Garrett Rolph is facing Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard says an investigation revealed a lot about the shooting and the moments that followed including images of Ralph kicking Brooks on the ground at the time that the shot was fired the photo was made by the office of Ralph was Gabby the district attorney says the second officer would be a state's witness the officers attorneys say that's not
Gabrielle Union Files Discrimination Complaint Against Simon Cowell and 'AGT'
"Gabrielle union I there's some news about Gabrielle union yeah in fact she filed a complaint Thursday so Gabrielle union you'll remember let's back up a little bit we'll just say that the headline is that she has filed a discrimination complaint against America's got talent's producers along with NBC universal will we'll talk about the details in just a moment but I do think it's helpful to back up and remind people that this is not the first time they've heard of Gabrielle union's harassment complaints against NBC universal and America's got talent so let me just give you a little background on that we talked about that I actually can't remember the specific when new time this very fleeting at this moment do you are you tight when we initially yeah I talked about and that was like a month ago maybe actually you know what I have to be to win new terror it was November of last year okay we learned that Gabrielle union had a complaint a number of complaints to lodge against America's got talent but specifically Simon how you remember that's when we learned about for example the story about Jay Leno making a racist joke during a commercial break that they were filming so all that was you know just under a year ago but then and we knew stuff was going on behind the scenes because NBC universal had talked about how they were addressing the issue but we really didn't hear anything else well apparently being made the negotiations which they were in the midst of conducting were not enough order Gabrielle union didn't feel that those negotiations were leading to the results she was hoping for which it seems that is the reason that she went ahead and filed this complaint and I should say that this complaint is actually very likely a precursor to an actual lawsuit so that's that's that's what I know about blackouts I'm old I am I never happened just works okay so sorry technical difficulties over okay so this is the will so we're now in the precursor to a lawsuit that will be ruled out by Gabrielle union for these discrimination allegations likely I read the story in variety which talks about how this is all laid out and what the complaint actually is who it's to and I can tell you that the complaint itself was filed with California's department of fair employment and housing and it name specifically three outfits FremantleMedia Simon cowl's production company Syco or Sicko I don't know he said it's probably not psycho and then NBC universal and again those D. F. E. H. complaints are usually precursors to a lawsuit and Holly brought this up during the dirt alert so the NBC entertainment chairman Paul to like be he has also been accused in this recent complaint of threatening Gabrielle union through her representative for speaking out against the racism on the set that she felt she witnessed okay so this is like an onion right like the layers of an onion yeah there sure initial allegations that she shared publicly and you said it was in November past that well that's when the story broke we should say about her because you'll remember she and Julianne Hough four let go and I think it was shortly there after that we started learning that not all was well right so so there's that like sort of pod right so like you know she talked about things not being so great on set in November and then just in the complaint of that or the public awareness of that then she starts to experience harassment as a result of speaking out yes so when she you know made those those complaints public apparently she claims that she faced pushback and directly threats from the head of NBC's entertainment okay S. and you know none of the people that were names I believe are speaking with the exception of a spokesperson for NBC universal and here's what they said very categorically quotes the allegation that anyone involved in this process threaten his union is categorically untrue we took ms unions concerts CERN seriously and engaged an outside investigator who found an over arching culture of diversity on the show NBC universal remains committed to creating an inclusive and supportive working environment where people of all backgrounds are treated with respect it sounds like a very boiler plate you have to lease you know cover all your bases response it does not address the specific our issues brought up in her complaint and her people are taking you know everyone to task as a result I I'm not going to read the full response from her she I found this interesting this little side note but she's got this person speaking on her behalf and it says that he has power of attorney his name is Brian Friedman I'm not I'm not sure if that's just her legal representative but I'm I'm wondering if it's because of like coal bed that she he has to act as her power of attorney because maybe she's not able to be wherever interesting racing or maybe that's just totally standard but like when our attorney Mike white is Gabby union union you need our
How Rolling Stones Suzy Exposito Made History with Her Bad Bunny Cover Story
"I feel like I am constantly pitching celebrities and publicists. So let me ask you before we even get into the making of this. How were you able to score and interview with Bad Bunny? Luckily I had interviewed him before I interviewed him at the Latin grammys in two thousand eighteen. And I seem to have caught him at a time where he was definitely. You know making it big in the Latin space but had just you know started to crack the anglophone market and I went to the Latin grammys and figured what this is where I'm going to find him. Generally bad bunny is a bit of an elusive chanteuse. So he to quote Mariah Carey He doesn't like doing very many interviews and at the time I got like maybe fifteen twenty minutes with him honestly. He's just such a freak. I love it. I feel like Latin music has been sorely lacking in legit freaks. And I'm someone who had described myself as a freak by that. I mean people who are not afraid to try new things people who aren't afraid of like breaking ground who aren't afraid of experimenting whether it's like you know like bad bunny. I think it's in both his style like personal style and also in his music and in the ideas that he shares so I kept in touch. With the publicist. Sue Haley. Sola in I told her I was like I really want him on the cover of rolling stone and she was like okay. Let me know how we can make that happen was like well? Let me know the next time. He's putting out an album and we'll start to work on it. I think lake just every time they would talk about the cover. I be like I think bunnies GonNa do something really big soon. We should be ready for it. there's also the Jaylo insecure a super bowl coming up. I didn't know he was going to be performing with them but I suspected because he did that song with Jaylo before He might be one of their surprise guests. And then he appeared. Soi in Swarovski crystals in so I went back to my bosses and I was like look this dude. He's blowing up like he performed for the biggest most mainstream television audience in the United States at this point like come on and they were like. Okay let's talk about it so I talked to sue Haley and I was like I think we need to make an impression and she was like okay. He's going to be on fallon. Why don't we stop by your office? I was like stop by the office. Bring a few of the songs I'm going to invite my editors and then they can hear the music and like chat with him a little bit and so he came to the office and I only invited like maybe six or seven people and within like two songs. The office just filled up with people. Once they realized bad bunny was in. The office went from like ten people to like fifty sixty people crowded into the conference room. Just like listening to his music. He played a few songs and people were super stoked. I mean the energy in the room was just like so. It was just like dynamite. You know like people were dancing. Kinda grooving with it editors for like are a we can. We can see the appeal and he's so charismatic even for people like who don't speak Spanish. He's his charisma. Just like shines through. They were like all right. Let's do a cover like that's how it happened. How did Gabriela Bailing Gary Get to shoot the cover? Oh it was. It was an idea our creative director had. We couldn't fly anybody there. So Katrina was like. Why don't we ask bad? Bunny if there's anyone like within close proximity to him who might be able to take some nice photos and like she'd already taken photos for him a lot of the photos that you saw in his instagram. I mean over the past three years. She's taken those photos. They've been dating for three years and he hadn't gone public with her and I didn't go into this in the story. A lot of people they say nasty things about people's partners especially because she's a civilian. She is not involved in any of this. She's not a celebrity and so he kind of wanted to protect her. But of course in quarantine. It became apparent that he had someone there with him. And who better to photograph him than the Woman? Who's been secretly photographing him this entire time. At least like his assent in so she took amazing photos. She really did and she did it with an iphone which. I love did it. Add an element then to also be able to have the first let the Anna shoot a cover for ruling. Yes absolutely I mean. I think I'm going to get in trouble for saying this. Because it's it's a fact like most of the people who shoot covers and it's not just at rolling stone but it's across the board in print journalism. Most of them are men. I think it's amazing in a way like how this worked out. At first we were so scared we were like. Oh my God. Are we going to make this happen? Are we GONNA have to shoot this cover over zoom like what take I just really love? The gabby like agreed to do this and she knocked it out of a park. I'm like really proud of her. And Benito's really proud of her to. I told him in an interview I was like. Did you know that your girlfriend is going to be the source To cover? He was like he's like. Wow he was so proud of her and he didn't take any credit for it at all. It's not like he was like Oh yes. She could only do it because he was like. She is talented and like He. He wants people to see that he was just like thrilled to kind of like push her into the spotlight
Gap rushes in more robots to warehouses to solve virus disruption
"One of the fundamental challenges facing the economy from the pandemic is the question of how many jobs will be permanently lost retailers in particular are looking at every cost saving in the book that's making robots an appealing option Reuters reports that San Francisco based Gabby speeding up the rollout of its warehouse robots from thirty right now gap warehouses in Nashville Tennessee and Columbus Ohio more than one hundred by the fall gap's global logistics fulfillment head tells Reuters that each machine handles work typically performed by four people and its robotic systems never get tired and never take breaks shares in gap moving higher by about four and a half percent on that
Trump asks campaign to find a way to hold rallies again in the near future
"The trump campaign has an order from the president find a way to get him back on the road and into mega rallies to re energize his base it's a story by Gabby or White House reporter for politico Gabby explained yeah the president managing to get back on the road for a while and as soon as you started doing the the special that that two manufacturing facilities that have been praising ventilators and personal protective equipment he really started to feel like if it's safe to do that it might as well be a hundred start campaigning again earlier this month he gave his campaign team a directive and basically said I want you to figure out how to get me back on the campaign trail and how to get me back into to the rally but the president obviously he very much enjoys their opportunities for him to reconnect and and re energize his base and so the the trump campaign and exploring their options and looking at maybe different locations are regional areas the re opened where they could resume trump rallies in the
"gabby" Discussed on Mom Brain
"Right guys that was Gabby. I learned a lot I love. I love her soothing voice. I love her her wines tips. I love how she is you know just open about her own struggles continue struggles in really talks about how important. It is to have a schedule. You know you never get to a point where you have to stop practicing half to stop showing up. You never get to point. It's like Oh well I've done that so I'm just there you have to continue. That's what all this stuff as I said in. The interview is called a practice You know I think the only way that I managed to work out almost daily I managed to do the very at this point very few. You know self care things that I'm capable of doing at this point specially with quarantine specialist so many kids in pregnant and everything is that I just make them fit into the day. Like my kids to bed. I'll eat with my husband and then I go up into my bathroom and I will work out in my bathroom every single night. And it's just for like forty minutes but everybody sleeping. You know my husband and I have. I had have had our daytime. He knows he'll see me again after the forty minutes. But it's just that time where it's mine so whether you can do something like like she can wear. You can get up early and do it or after the kids. Go to bed or during naptime. You know that's something that you know pre having to teach them school I would do. I would work out during naptime because two of my kids still not But just kind of find your own rhythm and and listen to yourself. You don't have to adhere to every anybody else's recipe for their own self care. You really just listen. Try experiment be curious and try to see what what makes you tick. And what feels good? Yeah I love the night I do think there were a couple of themes that resonated for me in the conversation the when that you just ended on which is we have to be experts in ourselves. And this time gives you some. I've never felt so busy. To be honest I feel like really scattered and crazy a lot of the days. But it's also given me those moments to sit and reflect on the things that are important to me. It's a really interesting time to be looking at can. We adopt new practices or or new schedules new routines That are going to give us the space. We need to to try to heal to try to grow to have a positive outlook and be that beacon for ourselves and for our families so definitely inspiring to me and and I know you guys are GonNa love love learning more in And just diving deeper. Even if this is just a jumping off point like just let it sink in and see what percolates to the top and.
"gabby" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"We lift quarantine. I WanNa have you guys over. If you're into the water we can teach you the pool stuff no problem but if you said to me old school you're supposed like twelve feet deep. Oh Yeah A. We just bought a house. That has a lot of rules right. There's a lot of rules now. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah so the House we bought has a pool there and we were GonNa rip it out and then put a new pool in. It's a twelve foot pool it's A. It's like a thirty year old pool. I Lo- is like an eye shown Iowa so island I will Little Sidebar. Yeah sometimes so like whenever the kids here they'll be like asked me to create a game. I'm really good at coming games. One of the Games I've played based off of the exercises. You and Labor doing so we taking weights into the pool and we were creating and our friends but we were creating games back and forth. Who could do it the fastest? Who could do the most weight? We were running on the bottom of the pool. We're putting tools in our Weights in our feet and treading water. You're doing a bunch of different. It was all based off of stuff. I'd seen you and layered doing really get the new house and I WANNA move. The Pool in Iowa is my youngest kind of more physical child like. Don't she goes. Let's keep this Pool Dad. No one's got a twelve foot pool. We can scuba dive in it. We can take weights down to the bottom dad. Think about this and so now. We're leaving the cool. It's got a twelve foot deep end. Yeah and thinking about this now laird our friend just got him almost like a new setup we have the trick would bad as we're getting we're going to do a little more research you can never hold your breath like he. He he wants to. How do we just stay under down and like you can do squat ballistic jumps? You can do all this stuff has now come up and get a breath and go down and come up based like that but he now has been talking about like going up to an air but with that you never hold your breath. It's dangerous but it's like another world you know. We have speakers under the water. So the music playing underwater and You know it's good on the joints and if you're in a pissy mood kind of makes you feel like a million bucks but I think With with the heat and the ice they're equally amazing but the heat is probably overall. If you're talking about just straight health it's still probably the king. He and today. We did a cycle this morning. He put it at one sixty and the Called you've seen probably a doctor. Rhonda Patrick on Joe I've deemed with Doctor Rhonda Patrick about like Yeah. So you know we did so. We're doing an hour protocol warning at one. Sixty 'cause normally layered has a barrel to twenty to twenty five. I've done through twenty in Australia and Burns. Your nose like your. I'm going like my burning my lungs e no. You're not really your lawns but you. You kind of acclimate. Thanks and like if you go in our we have a variable. We also have a room and the room has benches low and high. I'm pacing myself. You never seen me go in and go on the high like all those guys they all go up high and like yet good for you. I go down well but the long protocols kind of interesting there's a lot of hope was protocols that staying in just longer one hour so we yes so my my suggestion would be like try to be hydrating for you going as it does make a difference. So that means like trace minerals. You're talking about Alex Trace Minerals Just to make sure you really hydrated minerals. Pretend you're talking to a monkey. Okay so you can go to like a whole foods or go online and look for something called trace minerals which is like a lot of time. Just see minerals from the ocean things like that. Where if people because people go away. water not hydrated because sometimes depending on the kind of water you can't use your cells don't absorb the waters as well so if you that's why people use a little pink salt or trace minerals you just put it in there. That's really getting hydrated. So if you're sonning you better be hydrated here like bad combo and I like to hydrate before and then again asked her laird. Usually hydrates after but He he likes misery more than I do. So that's like one sixty If you have an infrared it's like one thirty one twenty one sixty for an hour. I would put on and I would put on podcasts or music or have your wife's there and there'd be times you can visit sometimes it's like okay. The last one minutes like everyone please note. I'm talking like your hot but one hour. This really can impact your health in a lot of great way. So he'll do it sometimes. He gets a little too extreme. Sometimes they'll do it twice at the end of the beginning of the day at Sam once and he'll go and do that for solid week or two and what's an every day every day every morning now. Are you working out before that or after that so for me? I space it so I did that. I'm GonNa visit with you and then I'll train later if my days super-busy which of course we're in quarantine it's different deal than I'll spe separate out like layer. Did we stand up? Have you ever seen the STANDUP bikes? And He puts on his hands. Oh yeah no but I mean he now will take it up the hill so this morning at. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah so now. He is a stand up bike which is basically he has. I have one. That's a sliding one. That's more elliptic. Unless he has a bite that they've done the pedals differently. People can get them now and it looks more like mountain bike. Who got the hell do that? Came Down had coffee that we hit the sauna for an hour and then he trained after. I will now train after you because I like to face it. I don't like to train right after now if you do that for a week. Your Body. Start to acclimate. You would be able to put training closer to it for sure. Okay you got wind up hydrate if you add the trace minerals right after the sauna. You'd be surprised. How much federal form anything or doing including just talking. Now when you say when you say train what is your training. Look like mine's pretty basic. But like what would you say train? What are you when I do I do if I knew? Land Training on the land. It's high intensity so probably forty eight fifty two minutes were I met saying. I don't do a lot of stopping. I tried to get on one leg a lot. Is You know like being you know the idea about like just lifting heavy weight is kinda silly. It's not optional. So the more people can get on one foot here and there especially if you see me in twenty years you like wow gabby still seems coordinated in if she almost fell she could write herself so important. It's everything there's a guy that we work with. Dr Calvin who works doesn't like xp sort of our our stuff and he talks about the three tests that they do for living really well and independently would be. You're about to fall your ability to write yourself your vio to capacity so even if you're older seventy five eighty it doesn't mean to. Cassie can't be the same as a forty year old and then lastly would be really get up and down. So what does that mean outta bed often toilet so people have to realize balance and continuing leg strength functional movement? Because if you're just somebody like banging iron slotting there's a place for that. Maybe you're going use it in performance but really if you talk about training it's like get one foot getting these positions where it may not be about a ton of way but it's about the whole body moving in an organized way south to. That's that's what I said to joe the other day I said you know I started lifting weights by. I want my bone density bronner and I just don't want to be it's for me. It's anti-aging legit. It's like I don't obviously. I WANNA look good. I guess but like I really just want to like you said falling and breaking a hip is the beginning of the end. It is that is when you get old and just move correctly like know if you have a dog but it's all of a sudden you got a fifty pound bag of dog food. Don't bend over to pick it up slot down grab it so for me. I have an I like that you had like high performance and then the other three days that I train. I do it in the pool. And that's a whole other beast that you know is like it. Kind of changed my. We've been doing that training for about eleven years and that really changed my view about a lot of things but that allows you because you're you can do high toxic training. You can touch the curtain a lot with your breath and lack of oxygen and training and also being like this is the coolest thing about it besides the you can be ballistic not pounder joints. What's amazing about that? Is there are drills that we set up that the only way to really finish it is your ability to to be calm so it creates this environment that's objective. The water doesn't isn't here doesn't give shit sound like good job bad job it's just there's Arab of it there's no air below it and the only different Sundays is like my mind. Another things is to open my eyes team to open could make it. That can't finish the drilling to get there and back in there and back under without brash. And so it's all that thing so then when you come into land in your real life and your kids doing something and whatever and oh I'm uncomfortable and can I still stay relaxed so there is something really interesting about holding your breath and being relaxed because you can't. You can't always get after it and I think you live in life you know. It's like the pot. We joke about the palm tree in the storm. Wire palm trees still around because when the way really is cranking which should be like your children or your job you fucking you lay down roll with it and then what happens. The wind stops your sandbox up and as somebody wants like muscle everything me. I'm like Yo I have to get some skills in Kinda going and relaxing and the water really teaches out for sure but I'm fascinated by your all. Its Key I googled it a million times. Oh actually gain. Expertise training fascinated by accessible. You guys are friends with John C McGinley. Yeah Yeah and like he came to your house and he's doing it..
"gabby" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"I've known for well over twenty five years. She was an athlete of Florida State. And that is how I founder. She is married to laird. Hamilton back does not define her although laird. Hamilton is my man Christ. I don't know if you could tell that on the podcast. He they called me right after. This podcast They called me and on facetime and I talked about the Moore was in the kitchen with the An and both the girls are like who is it. The Rock and I was like uh no. It's the lifestyle power couple learnt Hamilton. And gabby reese so The podcast liens about to do a drinking podcast. But this is an amazing podcast. Lee what I think is cool about Gabby and layered in general but Gabby and this a podcast with. Gabby I eight to include her husband in this conversation. But it's such a great cop all that it's hard not to but what I think is amazing about. Gabby is just her commitment to finish. She is set a number of things. I've watched an ungodly amount of videos on her on her family. About like just lifestyle stuff they say it in say us in the podcast but at one point she talked about I heard her say I wanNA teach my daughter. Certain things like for instance bagels. Aren't food and I think that you had a Bagel the other day and I shared that with. Gabby I was like I as soon as you did it. I wanted to go bagels. Aren't food but they're amazing. They have this great workout program that you can find online. I'm GonNa go do with her when this whole thing's releases. I'M GONNA go out to Malibu and I'M GONNA go work out with her and layered they do this whole pool thing which is a lot like the thing used to do and And then go and steam and Sauna we talk about or sauna and ice bath we talk about Sean and we talk about ice bath. We talk about her journey from through Florida state from the islands into Florida state. Her friendship with Dion Sanders. We talked about her We talk about everything. We talk about. Ex-boyfriends we're talking about everything. This is an amazing. Podcast is an amazing podcast. And podcast with these zooms. I hope you're enjoying them. They're just getting better. I'm allowed to get so much a broader stroke of talent because so much talent is after home and they're willing to do these so we got Eddie coming up. We've got Tyler Florence coming up. We'VE GOT DR V. Which is an amazing podcast. We've got a logan. Paul is coming up. It's going to be a fun. It's it's it's going to be a fun month podcasting and like I said I'm tripling down. We're doing three PODCASTS. A Week I got two bears one cave. I got a Bill Bert. So you get five podcasts. A week for me. Hopefully it's not too much. If it is just stop. Just take a pause on me also. Why for the Party? Yeah why for the Party there? We go let her speak. And just talk over. You like the Patriarch. Im you look very pretty. Thanks that's it. This is a great podcast. That really as we talk about her raising children and how grounded. She's keeping her kids and how. She hasn't forced kids into a into sports. It's really insightful. I love this conversation. There will be more of these. I plan on becoming really good friends with her and layered and mainly and we're going to be a power crew. We're going to be a a quadruple and we'll talk about stuff like kettlebells breath holes big big wave surfing and I don't know anything about any of those three subjects losing gentlemen without further Ado. It is my pleasure as a kid from Florida a graduate of Florida state and an elite athlete to bring to you. This podcast Gabby. I can't tell you what a pleasure this is for me. I've known of you I've known of you. I think a lot of people have to say this to you. But I've none of you since I was in ninth grade. I'm guessing I'm sure teenage boys. Mtv Sports No No oh no Florida state. You were there when they're so like a hundred percent like it was so funny. Your career after Florida state was something. I I was like when people knew who you were I was always like. Oh you know who she is because for Florida kids dated a girl who was a shout out to Whitney Casey who will probably lose her mind with this was obsessed with volleyball obsessed with Alibaba and so she was a massive fan of yours but you came for any Florida. I grew up in Tampa Florida state but running Florida Kid. You were the first famous person we had really kind of because you you. When did you go to Florida? State I was. I went in in eighty seven. So Dion was a sophomore or junior so he left and then. I was there for two more years and I can tell you Dan get into I still know John Today. He looks so much like a grandfather. While you still look like you're like thirty one well heart of it is like I sometimes see it with my husband. We have daughters like you that like I don't have to deal with women but I'm a woman so I kinda understand N. N. A. Like sometimes men like when they're like really dealing with women and daughters and wives have different ways. I feel like I've gotten so much older. Justin this fuck just like literally. I feel like I'm getting gray hair. My haven't had a haircut semi. Here's Australian everywhere. Yeah the meme I see later tonight. I feel like he's exempt. Pack the same you know and I'm just like oh because as a girl and also Women's sports around women you understand like oh that's on flex piece I'm conflicts fees and then you kinda know how tune out or to SPEC and geysers nice all that a competitive growing up not so much and we play. I'm not so Welts twitter Kinda not true. I'm a little bit better but no like if you and I were doing a game I be a little competitive but not like everything's competition. I'm not actually see I have. I have a two modes. It's either joke mode or competitive like I I can either write it off entirely and go. Yeah I get it Oh yeah yeah like. If we're playing tennis I like this but the second I feel you put pace on it. I start going okay now our plan like I I cannot shake that and I was an. It's crazy today now. It's like almost frowned upon to be hyper competitive like like a tiger woods. But I I think competitions good I have something going on in my house right now we got a ping pong table for obvious reasons and I just besides maybe my twelve year old. I'm like the worst person in housing pingpong and I'm trying to be like Khulna said we deal but inside a I really WanNa kill somebody and then I tell myself the expression you're not good enough to be mad. You know that. Have you ever done this? Forty eight people time room like you know. This is your second time like you're not actually good enough to be mad so I could accept that gap. You're just not good enough tweet this this all. So typically see my brain with Ping Pong we used to play Ping Pong college and this is the way. I like all sports. All competition is with some sort of punitive damages at the end so we used to play and if you lost the point. You're the turnaround shirtless. And they got a shot at your back like as hard as they could and man that made you really play. Yeah little a little risks. Little risk of were the wrong house for that. Let me just. I don't want in that battle either. So you're black you're doing you'RE GONNA HIT. King Pong we okay around so you were born in the islands. I was raised in the Caribbean. Actually my parents. I think oversimplifying it. They think that a fling in the late like in sixty nine and I was born in California and then I would then eventually. I made my way down my fault. My Biologic Fossil Trinidad and then I ended up down and being raised in Jay Thomas and then my junior year I was moved to Saint Petersburg Tampa because it was just going nowhere. You grew up in an island. And you're SORTA like while we're GONNA gift shop. I hate hype. Maybe I'll get their school like I was doing six hundred thirty at fifteen. And so you know all kinds of you can find all kinds of trouble when you look twenty and your girl and so my mother is like we're taking you and I went to a Christian school from Saint Pete Amina from Saint Thomas and actually. It was like the best thing that ever happened. That's why involved in sports and I went into. That's how it went to Florida state and there was a whole thing. What was what was your freshman year like Florida state and then by the way. I'm just doing this guilty like to know how similar to mine. The under an overall meat was probably that it wasn't an appellate it and I wasn't intimate like when I went to two days for volleyball because you have to remember. I was really green. I was big and sort of like obedient as far as like an athlete like comedy. Do something I'll do it but I think my teammates. I came in with seven other girls on a twelve. I and teams so there's age freshman and so I think my teammates like district is Never GonNa make it and yeah it wasn't that easy and then I kinda had the play. 'cause we had so few people so it was put like I remember. The first game was actually against Penn State at Florida in Gainesville and I was like I just didn't want him getting away or make a mistake as swear to God like I wasn't one of these people that my whole life I was GonNa go to Division. One play when I called home and sit to saint. Thomason was going to school on a scholarship. My friends were like for way. Like let's see academic a yeah now okay What else like? What are you going to school for? This is so I'm GonNa Grandma coffee so different than guy agrees that like we all grew up knowing like the one that was told us was like like a specialist. Anyone that played sports was like this. Is What you get when you put your nose to the grindstone and you achieve like it was you dion and dion. Were on the cover of something. I remember my dad was on his porch and he showed it to me and he was like my dad always takes the opposite of whatever you say. My Dad takes the opposite and runs the other way so like example a prime time right so I would say as a kid when I thought my dad would wanna hear so. He has the prime time jacket and hair and I immediately think my dad doesn't like showboats and so I would say I would say I just wish he'd just wish he'd Not Celebrate so much. Just play the Game Right Dad. My Dad would have nobody. You're missing it like what this does exist running a flag up all the racist there. They don't want him to be himself. He should be himself. He's a young black kid from south Florida. Whose whose achieving fame and money that no one knows and he is just trying to himself. They'll let Wade boggs himself. Why won't you let the RBM cell phone? I'm like Jesus Christ but you're GONNA say the opposite it's interesting. I will say this. What was an is so beautiful about beyond quite frankly is you know. He grew up in a rough way. His Dad having addiction issues. And things like that He was so highly calculated.
Christina Hendricks, 'Good Girls'
"I think there's probably When I set my mind to something I am incredibly focused and detail oriented and For lack of a better word just a little bit anal retentive about things and. I think that that's what I'd probably bring to Beth. The other two characters are maybe like my sister's rebellious in funny and and A little rougher on the edges and my friend is maybe a little bit more relaxed and loving and I'm of the nerdy rigid one that they're always sort of I rolling at and sort of like. Oh Beth didn't get the joke or Beth doesn't understand this or you know Does a little bit of catching up with Beth? And I think I have. They would have to explain to me. They reference something and I do. What is found there like Instagram Christina? Oh I don't know like you know. So they have to teach me stuff just like my kids just living somewhere else on the national scientists. Have no idea what I'm catching up. That's kind of Nice to know that the world well you know I figured if I was Gonna continue to live on planet earth I was going to have to join in some of the activities So when I started I got on instagram. I finally broke down with a little help from my friends and slowly easing into it. It's fun it I'm a I'm enjoying it. It's fun but it's work. Well it is to take a whole separate job. It's not just you doing this. People want to answers. Well you sort of feel like you want to share yourself and Be True to yourself. You know your image and personality so manipulated by interviews magazines in these kinds of things. So this is your platform to just say this is who I am and and it's not being manipulated by anyone else. This is just me. What vision do you think the public has of you? Just based on magazines and social media and the world outside I think that Life see you. Yeah I think a lot of people Assume that I'm sort of Joan from madman that I that maybe I'm a bit more stern or a little bit more uptight or maybe a little more put together a mess like I was there but gene you know dropping things on the floor girl I'm not nearly as sort of put together. And maybe prissy as I think people think maybe I think so. Maybe I'm not well. It's kind of a famous story. Now that basically the agency that was representing you said Madman what. We're not WANNA representative. You're doing that. Show what is it? Amc Show AMC did not have a show. There was no breaking bad at that point there was. There is nothing and we were show. They used to play old movies So they were like this. This show's not going to get picked up. And this shows not gonNA pay anything and it's period show. It's going to be super expensive to make no one's GonNa WanNa make the show it's laborious and you know wordy and And I was like all my favorite. I love laborious because it was it was about characters. And so yeah. That's scary as an actor. Though to have an agency say okay. Go and do it. But we don't want to represent you. It was humiliating. It was awful. It's very embarrassing to be working with people who all of a sudden go. Yeah we're just not interest like we don't think what you're doing is good enough to represent you. You're not worth their time. It's it's awful. They should be embarrassed. Well you know I hope they were and I hope you haven't spoken to and I you know I just haven't seen her because she's no longer an agent but I liked her as a person and I have no hard feelings. There's all sorts of stories in this town. You know what I got to work on that show for ten years and I made the right choice. That's it that's I got another agent. You just go and get another one there. It is people out there who are wondering what you do. Just go get you know you can get another age. Yeah well you good girls to do that. But I'm looking at you and I'm thinking where did the start last time you were here? I don't think I ever asked what it was when you were a kid because I know that you lived in different places when you were growing up. Yeah did you always have this feeling? This was what you wanted to do was at well I started. Dancing was started dancing at a young age. I clearly liked to perform and when we moved twin falls Idaho. I was in third grade and my mom had my brother and I dish for a local community theater. Children's group called jump company junior musical playhouse and she just thought it was. She was just trying to help us make friends 'cause moving from town to town and she she didn't want us to necessarily get stuck in the cliques. At school she she liked the idea of it being community and my mom always liked to do theatre in college and high school so We went and auditioned to be in the best Christmas pageant ever and You know then all of a sudden I was on stage in musicals and doing bye bye Birdie and the chorus in the background and I was like this is. This is where it's at this. This is the most fun I'm ever going to have and I just continued to do it and I just found so much joy and at and singing and dancing and doing the whole thing that I just kept kept going but when you moved again you will go into Virginia to and we went to Virginia after Idaho so when I went to Virginia was the first time that I could take Acting classes in high school as a option. You know as an elective course so my brother. Yeah my brother had been in theater or drama class and so I was so excited because now I was like I can like start to really study. Be Real actress and And I went in and I remember some of the senior students. I was a freshman and they were like. Oh you're really serious about acting and I was like. Oh yeah definitely when I you know and I got a lead in in the in the school play and I was the new kid and I was a freshman and everyone was like ooh fresh. Br One I think it was a blithe spirit. Oh Yeah Ghost. A ghost ghost perfect thing. I had read that. You were bullied at the time when you were going to school in Virginia. Yeah when I first showed up. I was kind of Quirky Weird kid from Idaho that like listen to like new wave music but wore birkenstocks. And like like I. I just like no one could figure out what my story was and I I just. There weren't sort of categories of people where where I went to school in Idaho. You were a kid and I just happened to have like sort of my mom would help me make clothes and I would see something a magazine and we would make some weird snakeskin pants and I just I didn't realize it was sort of odd Until I got to Virginia and everyone was like. Oh you're weird. Trust me here weird and I was like maybe I am and and I immediately went into drama class. Which of course alienates you in some high schools already. Sadly put you with other alienated. And they're the best big creative Weirdos together with the rest of them yes so you know as the years went by then I sort of went through my sort of rock and roll punk goth all that stuff and and just celebrated being different. Didn't they're still? I'm still one hundred percents. People are like. Oh it's so funny that you were. I'm like I am still God. I don't let this Rambo sweater fairly lax eye. Shadow is a black lipstick. Saying yes I will do that. Let's have her. That Goth is bring her temper. Gabby Gabi really. She's the she's in there. You go just vocally in there to do that. Yeah goodness
Christina Hendricks, 'Good Girls'
"I hope everybody. I'm Peter Travers. In welcome to popcorn where we tell you what is popping in pop culture and. I know you're all excited to know that good girls is back for season. Three on NBC. And it's good luck to have one of the stars of Chuck Andrex. It's great to see you again. Nice to see you. Thanks for having me season three. So what kind of trouble are you women in this time? I'm a lot more. I some reason I root for these women. I know there are up to no good. But they're fun and they're relatable so people kind of have their back there like I'd do it. How do you know? And they've got this real inner it's it's the camaraderie with these women. It's just fun to watch them. Make these horrible mistakes. Is that how you felt when you were first? Approached about doing the series. You know when you when you come from a show that you've been on for almost a decade your next your next choice you you have one follow madman. Well you gotta think something. I would really want to do every day because I may be doing it for ten years. I know what that's like. You know so. You really want to choose something that you could imagine doing. And I thought I want to work with these women and I want to go on this wild caper. It just seemed like such a laugh and so weird and different and it's also very intense so I do you know I didn't sort of consider like a well. I'm going to be incredibly stressed out every day and this high anxiety level and the stakes are really high. Of course you have to play all that you know so. It's kind of exhausting. But what if and now? I'm assuming that you and men ready get along really well. We did from the beginning we did. I knew may casually we had done some Animated things together so met each other through that I had never met Reta I in fact called. May and I said you know I'm thinking about doing this. Show I I hear. You're doing it what he thinks she's like. I think it's going to be the best thing ever and we just like hit it off like house on fire. When we all met and here we are three seasons. And that's we know each other so well we can order lunch for each other in the other person's around we're like no no no. Do not put tomatoes on reticent. Please send it back. We can't deal with it We all know each other and we and we know how we react to things and we sort take care of each other well. It sounds like you know I'm making light of it but to be on a series where you work long days. Yeah so you. It's good if you get along. It's amazing and because we are playing these really stressful intense scenes to have people that you love so dearly to laugh inbetween takes you know. Make the day lighter. It just changes everything. 'cause you're right we're there for fourteen hours a day and and You know it's it's nice to have like comfort him between and just get pissed off together and be happy when something is really making you angry. Oh Yeah we've got each other's back if something's upsetting the other. Were like yeah. Yeah what she said. Yeah we're team because we're scary you know and you could. You could do that. You know your director and Toy Story. Four where you were doing the voice of. Gabby Gabby I read a quote from Him Josh. Cooling where he said There's the thing about Cristina where she has this very sweet affect and an a sweet voice and then she can turn on a dime and being medicine and cold. We're just that calm and we did have fun playing with that. I mean the sweeter the croupier right. I don't know I. I ended up playing a lot of characters that have that dichotomy that they have come across as an innocent. But there's this underlying thing to drive to firefly. I think it started with firefly's the first time I had a character like that. And maybe maybe maybe one lead to another. Maybe when they opened a script they thought now. Who can do this? You Know Christina Hendricks this are doing on firefly so maybe one led to the other. Because I don't think I'm duplicitous. That's my own personality. Christina can do cold and creepy short she can go to increase drake's he's ready to do it for those people that are having caught up yet or just beginning to catch up with good girls. Who were you playing describe this? I play your typical midwestern. Mother middle class hardworking organized but found herself sort of on autopilot and lost maybe sight of her dreams or what her needs were and each cheating on her she found her husband is cheating on her lured that Matt Lillard just so great And then my sister who's a single mother is struggling to keep her child protected and safe and in school and my best friend has a daughter with an illness. And so we all find ourselves in this place where we need money to sort of take care of our families and keep roofs over their head and we. We decided that the best logical solution is to rob a grocery store. And we'll go and get the money Jill with all of our problems and go on our on our way But of course one thing leads to another and we fall into life of crime and it's a quirky
Washington, D.C.: Bill would help small businesses losing revenue due to Purple Line construction
"A line construction continues from new Carrollton to Bethesda and while the end of product may be beneficial to small businesses along the light rail systems path some owners say they're really taken a hit right now the purple I will transform our neighborhoods but Maryland delegate you know Wilkins says right now many small businesses are seeing a severe decrease in their revenue as a result of construction she's asking her colleagues in an apples to approve a five million dollar grant program running between now and twenty twenty four to give businesses a one time jolt of revenue in construction keeps customers away when the electricity gets cut off on and off we've had to replace to fans for coolers ana Rivera owns all Gabby long restaurant in Silver Spring the expenses are still there Iran is going up a program like this would be unprecedented but some lawmakers say the sheer size of the purple line project makes this a different
Gabby Barrett - Singer + American Idol Finalist
"So one sixty here with Gabby Berry before on. You can ask the question and go ahead. What is the purpose of having headphones? If you just in talking into a mic if you take off your headphones and you could hear the same thing now you hear that I get. There's music also be music. That's accompanying our conversation. Kaye soundtracks for example. If I were to play I hope if you did have headphones on you wanna hear it because Got Their useful. Okay Yeah it's going to flatten the top of my hair but it's okay. It's really rainy is I? Think for you yes. Of course I. You should've seen me running to get in here. It wasn't my house. Yes this is the first. I've been here so we met on American idol. Yes they brought me into the top twenty four to mental twenty four and they brought me back again later on when it was you. Caleb imagine the end so you may to the top top. Three of last season admitted the final. Show yeah congratulations on that. Thank you I guess. We have spent a little time together. Because I was doing a show in Pittsburgh standup show and you and your family came to the show and this is what I'd always still going. I really couldn't even say you were there. Because it was still seek and they wouldn't even let you get up and saying because we were going to. I was so bummed about that too. Yeah I didn't come to that show and you put on a great show Pretty funny but is that what you laugh when I tell a joke. I'm so curious about what happens then. I want to work backward right like today for example today. What did you do in town today? Today I went to a head phone call meetings and I had a record label maiden care without seeing the name of the record label. Yes went to a record label and did what I sang some songs. Did so describe what that's like because your your your new artists Do you live here yet now. Are you moving here? I don't know I don't know I don't know I mean I feel like it's not a bad thing that I don't live here because if I fly down here for two weeks and then fly back to living somewhere for furry. I'll take as of right now. If you don't live here you'll never make it here. You don't link to start no if you make it big you can move out. You can go just more. Does it He lives in Arkansas. But he was. Here YEP ZAC. Brown is probably the biggest example but again he's Brown so not that you're not Gabby Barrett but you just Gabby Barrett right now my advice to you. I'm still mentoring you're ready. Yeah I know you're eighteen but you gotta move here you have to because you have to be with everybody all the time you have to be writing all the time like every day every night you have to be riding but how do you pay your bills. You go and you work at Tutsies Away. Tables does it. There's no shame have shame anymore. It's how do you want it because if you're not here they're going to be so many opportunities pass by someone's going to go. We need someone tomorrow night. And you're going to be in Pittsburgh and I'll fly down that night but I'm telling you I've already done it before you haven't done it. I have. I've taken many red is down here before not the same. I'm just telling you it's not gonNa work until you come down here and work all right and then it's GonNa take a while it's going to take a couple of years. Okay do you believe that? Yeah Yeah I do. I'm trying to get in the door early as early as I can. But because you're good there's no doubt about it. It's crazy to come to a place like Nashville where everybody's so good town in in you need to be around them all the time because I'll make you better and you'll make them better and you'll write songs all the time and you. Have you ever been to camp? Church camp regular camp or summer camp. I don't know what can people go given united. Yeah okay go in with your little group knows people and you're like Oh that's my class Mama Mama folks right high school even did you ever high school. Yeah everybody would high school was when you graduate like that your class make those in Nashville. And then there's everybody rises. They kind of pull each other up or they they help anyway. Point is you have to move. We'll see okay. Well you have to move here actually talked to Luke Bryan about it. And he said he's the one who actually said to me he said if you're coming down for two weeks and then go back for two weeks. He was like you're doing all right. And so that's what I listened to make sixty million a year. He's completely out of moved here. Luke had to move here to make it so anyway. I don't want to harp on that. Actually have quite general questions about what happened today. So tell me about today. You go and you. You're say hey come. Play something like your leather rubbing. What's that noise lender squeaking in my? It's quitting against the cord. The headphones that make the noise. So you go in you go to a record label room. Who's in that room? It's me my manager and three other people that's it yes and they say what do you. I'm sorry am I Qatar Blair. Okay and they say what do what we just started talking about. What's been going on after idol End Before and We played some of the songs that I have some of the songs. I haven't preparation to release As well as I hope in then I did. Some songs lives so they could hear sound like life. And how many songs do you play them? How did I do very awkward there? Only three people watching and judging everything that you're doing or you can just get in your own space. It's definitely a challenge for short. Because it's like when you have three bill. I felt like I was back on the executive rounds on American idol whenever the producers were in the room and you know there was only ten people. Because it's all eyes are on you and it's more concentrated smaller group than a big crowd. It's easier to do that so it is but I think it went well. So we're watching their faces as you're playing. Yeah yeah to see too long or not. And what were they giving you? They liked it. Yeah they liked it. Yeah it's like it's a little bit of everything so they were liking it. At least I hope so. And what do they say when you leave the room is it? Hey that was great like generic generic and they go and tell you really later how they feel or did they give you any sort of direction. Normally you can tell because I have met with fewer labels before and normally you can tell if a are like feeling it or not In their reaction seems pretty genuine. Like basically I'm I'm really thinking about being on board here. Oh Yeah so. What do you have to do next? I just saw them. I would continue to send them songs content stuff and if they need anything from me that I'll send it and then you went from over there to overhear. Yes pretty has pretty cool day. Get to a plan for big record people day. So tell me about. Let's go back to idle. Let's rewind a bit so you addition into where what city Anderson in Nashville Tennessee. They want to do it. Because when the producers had contacted me to audition for the show they said you could choose from three places and I was like Nashville definitely place. How do they find you to tell you to do the show they have producers that reach out Or look on the Internet for their Youtube and through hashtags on instagram. And things like that and I would always put Hashtag American idol and stuff and they reached out from seeing videos on the and the first time a producer reaches out. Are you going come on you mess with me almost? Yeah because well when you get an email like a producer wants to skype with you you're like is a spam or is it right so like you you don't want to set yourself up so you're like okay this is real and then when you see them in there like okay we'll call you back here like thrill so it was really cool. So what does the producer say to you when you get on skype? I'm Gabby high pleaser. I think they're like saying your name and Your Age. And then what are you gonNA think for us and you tell them what you're saying you're saying yeah I did? I did have to sing. And he's like. What do you do these days when I was like yes? 'cause I feeling he was going to say if he said that and that means he likes what he's hearing so do know who it was named. Peter yes so you sing in front of Peter. Peterson come to Nashville. Yeah do they buy your plane ticket or did you just get like a kind of cut passed by my plane ticket? I can't even. I can't remember that I don't know if I bet because I don't I don't deal with any sixteen seventeen seventeen so you fly down. Yeah do you cut the line at all? Since they've already seen you. I was like the first one there I remember I got to. It was at the Forgetting the name of the Christian Country Music Hall of fame. Yeah it was there and I was downstairs in the lobby at six forty five and I remember I was like the first one and then they all took US upstairs. And then one by one did the audition for you. Did you feel like you knocked out? I mean. It didn't go the way that I thought it was going to now. What did you expect you expect to walk in? And what why walked in and sang a country song because that is mainly what I love to do. as my main genre and they were kind of confused by it Because I did originally start in a gospel choir arm be was originally my roots And so they weren't very fond of the country at first and then so I actually got through with the Gospel. Go through what would you say? His is on the sparrow and then they said okay but your country artist well actually saying. Carrie underwood good girls and church bells. I think three songs. Yeah I had to saying to those songs and they were like. Do you have anything? That's not carry. And I was like I have Gretchen. Wilson redneck woman downside of that was like okay. And then we. We're only supposed to have three songs prepared. So whatever they asked me to do it was almost like on the spot on the fly from there and then they asked me to do a church song and I was like okay. That's the first one. I'm GonNa do it because that was my main song when I was in the church one nine
"gabby" Discussed on Latino USA
"Natalie Portman walking on the COMECON onstage holding a hammer. I have never guessed harder in my life. Wow thank you but some people weren't really happy about this. The reason why took fans or so outrage right now because the characters they're invested in are going away. The point is most of these characters are completely pointless carbon copies with only a few differences. The left really have a way of ruining everything everything to them is a social cause. The issue escalated in two thousand seventeen after a twitter. Selfie of female employees at Marvel Comics was received with a wave of sexist and angry tweets. This social media campaign became aim known as comics gate which is a reference to Gamer Gate a similar online harassment movement against women in the video game industry comics gade aid grew a large following on twitter and on Youtube where some accounts made their main purpose to make hateful comments. I spoke with Gabby about this difficult moment. And what she sees as her future in comics during this time when America Chavez's out in two thousand seventeen. There's a moment where some women who worked at marvel post a picture on twitter and all of a sudden this picture starts these like ridiculously peaky loosely hateful online backlash attack. So what was this all about. You know. I do not claim to understand at all that type of like level of hate and Being consumed by wanting to take other people down. I do know that for me. Writing America Vez really upset certain folks and they took a lot of time out of their lives to make videos and to make AAC media about how much they hate me and all this stuff and so for a while that was really terrifying also people docks me and which means that leg they took all my information and put it on the Internet. Made threats wanted people to come to my speaking engagements and harassment death threats. Men In reminding me how ugly I am and how a disgrace to let the dot and all of these things that people do and it may mean not WanNa do comics anymore and I was just like damn you know while too because there's a lot of people in this world that I don't like and I don't spend my days trying to tear them down so I was just like. Wow maybe this comics world isn't for me. Maybe going to the police station to lake recall and document that I've been threatened and sitting there with my friend Cat Lonzo and trying to explain why I feel scared and who is threatening me online. Maybe this is the moment. I don't write comics anymore. You know maybe I don't need to go comecon if all these people. These angry men hate me so much and so that was tough but you know once again I just rooted in my communities right. I'm not writing for people with that much. Hate in prepping for this interview is I'm kind of looking at what's happening. Not only with your characters like America Chavez but MS Marvel the Muslim American I gotta say Gabby there's a part of me that's like. Oh my God I gotta go gun get some comic books now like I feel like i WanNa honoree these things now and good right. I know you're like yes but the same time. I was so surprised to fine that there are now quote unquote all right comics that are being produced and that the people who attacked you on comics gate have a following following especially on Youtube. Would you say to them. I'm Maria like at the end of the day. I really just want everyone to kind of take a deep breath and realized that it's all going to be okay and it's okay it's a love people and it's a K.. To move with compassion. And you don't have to be so scared of losing your place in this world that you want to like resort to violence against the people that you imagine are the reasons that you're losing that place. It must be in a lot of ways exhausting to be so angry and so scared At the same time damn like how much more do you need from the world to feel good about yourself. I want to let everybody know that if you don't WanNa read comics written by Queer Women or Black People or Trans Trans folks or any of that. There's lots of comics by white guys. Just free you. What really saved me and what really turned into big love was when I went to Individual individual comic book shops and did signings. I started doing that and I shut off the Internet. I shut off twitter twitter for like a year. I blocked all those comments comments. I don't look at reviews but I got the courage to go to individual comic shops especially by invitation and it was there and in colleges also across the country where I met really good good human beings who loves America Vez who loved that there were like women and Queer Queer people and Brown people in the comics and yes a lot of them. Looked like me and you know what a lot of them look like. He's you know regular as white dude at the mall coming up to me and being I love America it was so nice it was so refreshing and I was like I must remember that like it is not mainstream in culture that I'm a part of I'm part of these little pockets of good people everywhere. Doing their best suggest like love themselves and each other comic book shops. That's where I felt love from comic people. I love the fact that you you find a way to take like the negative and then suddenly you flipped it because you know some people might have said after what you experience with comics gate that you would walk away in fact you have said Haha. I'm coming back and you have a new comic book. It's called BB free. It's the story of a fifteen year old. Let the girl who lives in the future in a post climate to change America a plague has eaten all of the greed and greedy people in the world. Which I kinda love be free? Oh my God I love love her so much brown skin a little bit on the bus or a little own. She's got a little bit How would you say skeletal? Meet got any guidance unheard of and she's just adorable. I look at this character. BB free. And I'm like I WANNA read this comic book rate great now so tell us about what gave birth to be free. I love that you love her so much already. That's all I want was fun. Abebe free is that actually comes from a short story that I wrote I write about the plague. It's called imbalance. All caps and the plague of imbalance put out into the world by Mother Nature Teacher that eats greed and ends up killing everyone who is essentially greedy. It starts with the one percent and then kind of trickles its way down and so what does that world and so we plant a beautiful chubby little fifteen year old. Puerto Rican girl from the Florida swamps and she's bb free and she wants to go on an an adventure. She wants to go on a road trip so finally. Gabby I want to ask you about joy. So you're launching a new podcast. It's called Gabby Rivera's it has joy revolution and basically you're asking people. How do you find joy in your life? So I'm GonNa flip this on you and ask you. So how does Gabby Lavera find joy in her life. Well number one. This is like a joy that is rooted in acknowledging like pain and suffering hiring and the reality of the world around us. I don't take it for granted that ten years ago. I didn't think I was GONNA live. I was having panic attacks. I had no money I had no future. My gender presentation was changing and I was like well. Everybody hates dykes rate. Nobody wants a masculine lesbian around on. Never going to get a job. I'm ever GONNA find my place in this world so here now. Ten years later that I'm a thriving supported artists writer making my way in the world. That is my joy and and I love myself. I love myself enough to be like. I don't need to give people who don't love me. My energy is all good. I'd rather be here talking to you. Oh you know well my dear nerd burger my dear Gordy weekend my dear Butch Teac we just WanNa say thank you so much for my gosh. What what an honor? Maria thank you so much.
"gabby" Discussed on The Ready State
"It's so much better but don't get about the assault bike in the sauna. Okay do you want me to do. Yeah we don't need to let everyone know that we're totally crazy. Those are totally crazy Armenta. Every time I practice a lot because when you coat when I go to your your house and show up for what we call Gabby fantasy camp I'm like I have my a game in every time it's more interesting and more ugly. which was you know? Doc I mean you you guys. Don't try to those people to kill him. No no I mean intellectually sporty. Yes I love it. The favorite line is hall. Aw and certain experiments are going in and you'll hear it once somebody say like we don't even know if this is good for you yet. And the whole all measure their glucose like one of those glucose warriors when you go in the Sauna your glucose goes up so they just need to know that for sure. Have you guys figured out how to put an assault bike in an ice bath yet. Oh you know what he bet yourself. I know you guys already have bathtub motor to make that. Look you know one of the things that you mentioned first of all you know because this is really a topic talk about. How do I get more done longer and longer is decades is that you're the first thing you mentioned is that you are your member of with a family at team on in in high school and then in college and one of the things that if if you had to strip everything away from what I've witnessed and observed in your life as you guys are a tribe and you really protect and nurture a sense of community and family and on my family like the Ohio Ohana kind of style family through a lot of people who are not in your family? Who are your family do you? That seems just to be like the one takeaway that when I walk out. I'm like well. These people are so fierce in their friendships and fierce in their community. Even the way you sit down and eat dinner together every night do you. Do you feel like that. Maybe as the overarching thing. Because you know sleep is in poor. mood-altering eat some whole food. Don't be stressed but that thing alone of being connected and you even said being seen in in sort of acknowledged in a community was one of the one of the backbones of your your practice early on really quickly to peanut gallery. I was at a presentation where someone put up a graph that said connection and community actually were more important to longevity than exercising and and some other than red wine virtual trial Dr Sinclair. No so you know. Well what is it. The Harvard Study two longest active studies at the Harvard Study. They are dumb Sort of lower socioeconomic kids around the school and they started measuring them at fourteen eighteen to sixteen ish and then they had people of all walks of life at Harvard. I believe it's the Harvard study. Forgive me from eighteen eighteen to let's say twenty one and they came from all walks of life and they were obviously in the university so they probably had a different set of circumstances and the NFL NFL and now the people are about eight years old and what they talked about. was you know some of them. Were president some were were millionaires. Lost just everything. Some became millionaires from nothing. And they said they could check them at forty and fifty and they would have known all the answers at the same eighty. which was I had a connection if not just a partner then to a community and they felt loved and supported and they had this meaning the meaningful relationships? And and what. I'm going to say about that that I've learned over the years as I grew up as an only only child. So there's actually another part of my personality Johnny that really prefers to be alone. Usually and I you know I can avoid conflict and drama when I'm by myself and you know things like that. So what is interesting about feeling so grown to the community is it doesn't mean I have to be best friends with everybody. Everybody in that community. It means that we're all in agreement at this time. We're GONNA come here. We're going to bring our best. We're going to help each other. Be Better and and then you know what we're going to go off into our lives and some of US might spend extra time together breaking bread. Some of US don't do that and it's it is a shared love of and support system which is also revolving around being better right. We're not meeting at the bar and being like okay. Drinks are on me. This is a moment where were helping each other and so I think that's really important sometimes for people when they think about building community where there's people maybe I really enjoy enjoyed talking to him visiting and have an intimate relationship with and they wouldn't be a part of that community and then I have people who are part of that community that I don't necessarily really we WANNA hang out with after so people I think kind of shouldn't be intimidated to give it a try because not everybody has to be your best friend. You're just in agreement and listen. It's it's love right. It's getting love giving love. It's noticing if somebody looks down and going. Hey what's up. How's your day today? This this is the stuff I tell you. If I've learned anything on our like nascent podcasts experiences to end on a summary High Note Gabby Burris you are the. I don't know how it my German Roots Childhood. You're the Shaiza. I am so grateful to know you and thank you so much for for Kinda give. I glimpsed because You know maybe I just didn't care because I thought I was going to be immortal or immortal or I thought it might be dead by thirty just with all the stupid kayaking. We did but Here we are and all of a sudden this really matters to me and I really am grateful that I feel so much of the influence from you. And your family has his set me up to be a much more functionable and And useful human. I mean we are just so grateful and lucky to know you guys when I feel that way and I love you guys and I also really appreciate the idea of knowledge sharing the message but I appreciate that you guys are trying to put the power into people's hands and getting them. The realized like I can be my best advocate for myself and how I feel and be cloudy Gray area if somebody goes hey over here are you can do this. It's so helpful. So thank you and I and like I said I really love you guys and before we let you go. Where can people find you on the Internet's let's and socials? Oh my authorizer unauthorized spaces either. One I'm so Experti- life I would have all of the information expertise and the breathing APP. Gabby Reese J. B. B. Y. R. E. E. C. is my my instagram Iran. But really You know I just hope that for me. I want to connect with people in a way that like I can be like could contribute to something. And if they want to find me they can word. Thank you so much. Gabby Aloha thank.
"gabby" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Wrote Gabby Bernstein is a dear friend so number one New York Times bestselling author of six books and International Speaker and Spirit Junkie suit lower yell philosophy and the Huffington Post and many others gabby appears regularly as an expert on the Dr Oz show and Mashal Gabby in its list of eleven must follow twitter accounts for inspiration and her latest book will blow you away diving in and loving it it's called super attractor tractors out right now and in this episode about why people feel they need to constantly defend themselves man I have been there in my past especially when you feel unjustly attacked right we want to defend ourselves gabby personal struggle with postpartum depression and how it's drawn her to working with new mothers the power of having gratitude for life challenges the differences between having spiritual guides and intuition the big lesson she learned from Motherhood and her important advice for young women this one is powerful and Gabby opens up about some very very personal intimate things in this episode so please be aware and share her some love when you listen to you hear what she's talking about feel free to spread the message other women who you think might be going through similar challenges listen to this episode as well you can just send them direct link on Apple podcast.
"gabby" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Or a mathematician okay and we are backed the wells cast my name's wells that's weird on the wiser that way but it's happening anyways episode one of the show is he ear and I'm so excited to have on the wells cast Gabby Barrett how are you good how are you doing pretty good I did this whole interest so about what the show is because it originally was something else and then our like switching formats on it so I kind of want to give you the rundown rookes you understand and then we can go forward okay it's always interesting to me to find out how people got to where they are now like everyone knows that Bree Larson is you know is in marvel you know and she's a famous actress but like how to get there that's what's interesting to me because I think they wanna do that what was the path that she took to get to that place and so this is kind of an origin story podcast right won the find out how the hell you got to where you are right now so obviously we can delve into American idol and stuff but I wanNA start at the beginning where did you come from some originally from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania yeah he ain't represent no so you don't sound like you're from Pittsburgh average family's from West Virginia and my husband's from Texas and sell I've been around country folk for a while now they have picked up on it a little bit but I really started singing when I was about nine years old in a Gospel Choir that was about fifteen minutes from my house and me my it was my dad who would always take me back and forth the Gospel Choir and a group of women just really really worked with me every Saturday after school I would always go there and they've really shown me what that was capable of doing with my voice so originally R. and B. was what I loved I loved one in women that could sing really good live like aretha Franklin Whitney Houston Patti Labelle Etta James all women that could really sing live and pave the way for a lot of female singers it but I always I also loved country a lot and I think you get a lot of influence from what your parents play around you like in the car like my dad was the rocket armband and my mom was the country and so I love both of them so I started singing at that church stayed there for about two years and then I started touring and doing shows when I was eleven I show when I was eleven yeah I remember it was with my cousin Jason she doesn't have an arm but he can like Ripa guitar like insane in so he he played my first show with me and he actually I just took him on a show I just open for Toby Keith recently took him on that show also thank you so I started touring at eleven and then for those six years really really grinded away so before her title had been doing it for a while good six years of trial and error before idlewild around and then oh seventeen and producer scouted me from American idol and asked me to do this show and I didn't know what was gonNA come from it but I just night at it now let's see what comes from listen so I ended up third place in two thousand eighteen now year and a half and talking to you will I love this every every time we do this I feel like everyone just brought like runs through their entire history as I go back a little bit okay so you did like a lot of gospel stuff in the beginning but did you come from a very religious family my entire family's actually Catholic but they weren't ever super-duper religious I did grow up with you know my dad talking about God and stuff and might family's Catholic but I just informed ammunition now so he they go to church sometimes and things like that but how we actually got to this church does fifteen minutes from my house was my dad went to a high school football field to go work out quote unquote like walk the track in the staff's like to get your stuff send and I was a little girl and there were women that were like working out at the this at this on the steps and stuff and so long story short we end up running into them and everybody starts talking and he goes oh my daughter can sing in there like oh we're at a church we church why don't you bring her down harassing for the pastor he was like okay so we went down to the church and I met the pastor and he's really good at playing Pinault and he says okay so a little Birdie told me can sing a hymn leave me I was just starting and so how old were you at this moment I was nine nine and so he's like what you WanNa say for manuals like I'll sing man in the mayor about Michael Jackson Michael Jackson and so he's like okay so he starts Annette and I start saying in turns around like halfway through was like Oh you can sing saying it so and then I stayed there for two years and his wife and in hoboken just would work with me constantly and he would always challenged me with big songs is on the Sparrow and he'd be like you think you can do it and I'm like yeah thanks so I always love challenging myself when I was younger too so it's it's been a good ride okay so at nine you run into some people while you're getting your steps in on your own I bet did you read like seeing a lot but like your dad knew you could sing but like he would play You know Aretha in the car and you'd sing along or were you like doing voice lessons and stuff before that I never voice lessons only the church and so everything besides that was a gift for Lord but I mean yes he would always play music grownup so like I said earlier he he liked the rock in the arm be he really liked music doc like really really liked music rhythm music the melodies and stuff and so growing up I just naturally found a gravitation to it that I really liked I always loved music especially Old Music Tale and so that's what really got me into like the R&B liking female voices and then it just turned into Mace I was singing Adele ran family some day when rolling deep adjust come out I was singing that in the house that's the first video may singing was a Christmas truce Christmas time he said Gary Cummings front door and I still Darren he said Sing Song you were singing in the car and I started saying it and he just was like something here and then shortly after we met those women up at that football fan and then started at the church so you hang out at the Church Sing Gospel two years and then you decide to live a life of sin then go on the sonos eleven at this restaurant place and there was like ten people in there was that something you want to start going on the road because I will when I had went to church we went to a few other churches to sing in front of people and I remember always when he would challenge me with songs and stuff I would stand up in the church enough to sing in front of people so for me from doing it so long I'm like okay these are the same type of people I want to sing in front of more people and it was just a natural thing of let's do shut Lemme Lemme start to sing in front of other and see what kind of goes on if I have something here and I did and it it's just it's crazy to look back on that and look now and it's it's been cool because you tour once you turn it eleven for seven years up till American idol what happens with school in that time period right so I went to private goal all the way up until tenth grade tenth grade rolled around I mean 'cause in private school you can only miss up where I'm from Uganda Miss Up to twenty nine days I was twenty and every single year so just from like performing in my teachers despise may because I'd I'd be the one behind all the projects all the homework all everything I'd have to help me a lot but intense grade I or I'm sorry in the beginning of eleventh grade I went on online school in PA cyber so eleventh that's like obviously your father knew that you had some some big gift but I can't I can't imagine your parents being like all right let's just roll the dice on this I was really fortunate very blessed to have a dad that was that was on the same page knew and understood and was there with may from a very young age we had sat down and out of conversation just talked about like this is plan A. B. and C. you're not going to go to college like you're GonNa make some of the is what we're GonNa do and just invested everything into it and it you know it makes me really happy now to finally start to see things picking up after such a long time and after such a grueling process Sanderson hard it is to make it and do it and those business and so it's it's it makes me proud to make them proud just gonNa keep going because I feel like they deserve everything as bonkers because if when I was like telling my parents was like I'm going to be a radio DJ they're like that's the worst decision you can who had more confidence you or your dad in your potential in your career I would definitely feel it back to my dad because being how like I was like ten or eleven when we have this conversation talked about he was the one that saw at first so he was on that was gassed up about let's go she has something we're GonNa push we're going to do this and so he was always that person that kind of that would pick me back up if I got low or something like that and be like and we did that too that's why we were really really close in one of eight to so there's quite a few kids in my group but I was definitely the closest with my dad out of everybody just we spent so much time learn so many things together and working together on thanks so he's been a champion for me one of eight one of eight I'm what five and I think my family's knowing so I can't imagine May you hate them coming to all the glory of being the baby the baby yes the baby gets the village it now but she actually she actually got the Cyprus and she I I got all of them because they I mean my siblings champs they really are because so many people would ask me like do you feel like you're in the shadow or anything like because of how much was going into my career orange music and stuff and they were always they were always on the road with me doing stuff with me and so they've been champs over the years and I'm so thankful for that you mentioned it was at your cousin who's stops I'd say from your wrist up about six inches that's where his arm kind of stopped so he has like five inches from his elbow down and it just it kind of turns into like he is like a little nub on the end of his arm and he straps a plastic piece around it and puts his pick in it and it's like ridiculous how good he is at guitar s amazing Yeah it's it's it's wonderful so yeah he displayed A few more shows May I have a few guitar players that I played with but I wanted to make sure that you know he came on their own plates more and I gotta think that I mean seeing him on stage with you has got to be inspiring for you because you know that can't be an easy thing to overcome or not you know right that's yet absolutely that's amazing to me that he stuck with that in does it in front of people and you know he he's actually a music teacher too so he teaches other kid.
"gabby" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"gabby" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Seven at seven wild ninety four nine twenty four you spend anthony now is gone now maybe on me nine maybe he's six forty five maybe umbrella maybe for the last time i'm john better if you through do not wanna go crazy to meet this bill gates what you going to call the best bidding author the lifestyle i don't play when it comes to my heart want to carry the cat right here seven at seven with gabby as wild any for nine ninety four i want to get you into our at and t thanks sound studio to see noted md miller eight eight.
"gabby" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"gabby" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"gabby" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"gabby" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"gabby" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"gabby" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"gabby" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"gabby" Discussed on Success! How I Did This
"I fear coming through so yeah gabby getting shot yes was significant event and what ran through your head i wish i could be home to support my family but i can't you know and i recognize that i mean that's part of you know when you go in space for long periods of time you're signing up for that but my worst possible fear would be you know something happening to you know emeco or my kids that you cannot be physically be there for them and do you miss that physical presence of having your family there did it ever become something that you just really miss you know the on the space station we have an extraordinary ability to stay connected to people on earth we have email we have a phone that works most of the time videoconferences you look out the window the earth is pretty close so there's a very good way to stay connected with folks on earth so even though you're in space you still don't feel like you're really really far away you understand the physics so in a practical sense you're really far away but in a visual sense you're relatively close which when we go to mars someday it's going to be a much different experience because well within a few days you're gonna lose the ability to have a phone conversation because of the time delays you're not going to be able to look out the window and see your home i mean i could get a long wins or a pair of an oculus and see my house from space which on the way to mars the planet's going to basically look like a star at some point so i think people will feel much more isolated on those kind of trips.