35 Burst results for "Gabrielle"
Gabriel Jesus ends drought as Arsenal beats Leeds 4-1 in EPL
"Gabrielle Jason sended his long scoring drought in leading arsenal's four one win against leads. Jason had gone 6 months since 17 games across all competitions without a goal before netting two. He converted a first half penalty and made it three zero with a simple finish in the 55th minute, then white and granite jacka also scored to help arsenal keep its 8 point lead over Manchester City atop the Premier League table. Rasmus Kristensen spoiled Aaron ramsdell's bid for a clean sheet in the 76th minute. Leeds is just a point above the relegation zone. I'm Dave ferry.
Arsenal regains 5-point lead in EPL with 3-0 win over Fulham
"Arsenal has restored its 5 point lead in the Premier League with a three zero win against Fulham. Gunners did their scoring in the first half at craven cottage and route to their 5th straight league win. Gabrielle, Gabrielle Martinelli and Martin odegaard had the goals and Leandro set up all three. Arsenal also saw the return of Gabriel Jesus, who came off the bench in the 77th minute. Jesus underwent surgery in December for a torn MCL, both arsenal and second place Manchester City have 11 games remaining. I'm Dave ferry.
Arsenal beats Leicester 1-0 to stay top of EPL
"Arsenal maintain its lead in the Premier League with a win over Leicester, one nil. Gabrielle Martinelli broke the stalemate in the 46th minute. Leandro trossard had a first half goal disallowed, but he threaded it past to Martinelli for the gunner's second straight victory that follows a three match winless skid. Bukayo saka also had a gold this allowed when Martinelli crept off side before the shot. The wind keeps the Gunners two points ahead of second place Manchester City, which was a four one winner against Bournemouth. I'm Dave ferry.
Students, faculty return to Michigan State after shooting
"Students return to Michigan state university, a week after a deadly shooting on campus. Many professors allowed students to be in class virtually, being back, student Gabrielle Bain described it to WXYZ TV as weird. It's amazing to see how much support and love we're getting, but it's like almost inescapable. You know, everywhere we turn every street you go to, it's a reminder of this horrible tragedy that is still extremely recent. Many students at Michigan state skip class to attend an afternoon protest at the state capitol. On February 13th, 2023 at 8 32 p.m., my life changed forever. We felt terror that shook us to our corn, soul security from us. We feared for our lives. They called for gun control legislation. Governor Gretchen Whitmer says she wants universal background checks, safe storage laws and extreme risk protection orders. I'm Ed Donahue
Late goals give Arsenal 4-2 win over Villa to halt slide
"Arsenal is back atop the Premier League following the Gunners four two win it Aston Villa and Manchester City's one one stalemate with Nottingham Forest. It was a two two tie until georgino shot and stoppage time bounced off the crossbar and off the head of goalkeeper emiliano Martinez before entering the net. Gabrielle Martinelli added an insurance goal. And Alexander zinchenko also scored for the Gunners. Arsenal is now two points clear of city with a game in hand. Three days after cities, three one win over the Gunners. I'm Dave ferry.
Biden's Nuclear Negotiator Robert Malley Weighs Lifting Iran Sanctions
"Andrew we got. I mean, there is this negotiation that's happening. I mean, we touched on it before, but there is basically Robert malley, who is the U.S. special envoy to Iran, is currently in Vienna, and apparently the negotiation is going so poorly about the. So he negotiated the JCPOA in 2015. So he is the guy that basically was responsible for the document that Trump came in ripped up and got the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal, right? It was an unbelievably bad dude. Yeah, it was an unbelievably bad deal. Well, guess what? He's at it again. So when we talk about our elites failing us, when we talk about how America deserves better, at least, at least we like to think we deserve better elites. He's at it again and he's in Vienna and basically there's a substack from Melanie Phillips. She published it 21 hours ago. She basically says that it's going so poorly that she was, you know, she felt obligated to write this and that she had permission from some people on the ground. This is all happening while we're worried about Putin launching nuclear weapons. Like, oh, let's go give another authoritarian nuclear weapons in the Middle East. Yeah. And so she highlights a Twitter thread from Gabrielle norona that says one, my former career at the State Department NSC and EU colleagues are so concerned with the concessions being made by rob malley in Vienna that they've allowed me to publish some details of the coming deal in hopes that Congress will act to stop capitulation. What's happening in Vienna is a total disaster, one warned, the entire negotiations have been filtered and essentially run by Russian diplomat, Mikhail ulyanov, the concessions and other misguided policies have led three members of the U.S. negotiating team to leave. They're basically stripping away different sanctions of all of these leaders within Iran, including the Iranian military that has murdered people all around the world, apparently, according to this thread, we're about to be not only in a geopolitical cluster in eastern Ukraine and Russia, but we're also going to have Taiwan coming on board. And now we've got basically JCPOA number two. So
"gabrielle" Discussed on Daily Pop
"I'd the rock hilarious. Could've they could've gone so wide with this. Lousy was good looking smart but they went to their own rolodex and that seems to upset some people. It's no it's it's crazy to me. Look i get it. He was a bachelor he knows about the process. You know he's been on. Gm a he's in the abc disney family. But this is twenty twenty one. Everybody has at least one diversity officer in their rolodex. That probably looked at this choice. And said you're sure you want to do this because this is going to cause some issues. I don't understand how they didn't get that. They were tone deaf for having all white men and all white women majority. I should say as contestants and as the actual bachelors and bachelorettes but again missed opportunity. You could have done something. Big made a splash with a black asian. Are latin gay man. Put someone else in that in that spot and really shown that you've made some changes present the world. I mean that's really what you're trying to do. Especially when they well. If you say in this season it's all white women. And i was like okay now they really slap everybody in the but really it's going be all majority. I represent the world in their contestants. That i've seen in the past. So why not a represent the world in your host i. It doesn't have to be just a white man. Hey this though at the end of the day as long as it's not a racist we'd be okay. That's fine and it's no knock on jesse palmer no shade him. He's a great host good looking man he's been a part of it but there are just so many options i mean. Look at the four boxes we have here. Any one of us could have been a host the home varsity so out of no. It's a little disheartening. Just because they said that they were gonna work really hard to fix the problems they had in the past not saying that there are more problems to come but look. We're just shaking their heads over here on twitter because eighty marcia brady and this box over here now on head. Thank you so missed the mail. So i didn't get the nail. We all had our new york. Miss the nail biting between these two boxes over here. All right. all right. let's move on to gabrielle union. Who is leading the world in on a little secret. She loves strip club this end. She revealed just how tepe that love goes on. Jimmy kimmel live strip club. Absolutely interesting and now you you like to go to strip clubs like how many times a year would something like this happen. Pre pandemic a ten fifteen times really. I'm a connoisseur. Wow how much is the. Most you've ever dropped in an evening at one of those places. Oh my business manager. It's like. I don't know probably ten twenty thousand ten or twenty thousand dollars. Yeah you don't really think about it because the booze and you just want to make sure all the ladies go home with a little tan. Twenty thousand dollars. Wow now i understand why you split your memoir into books twice as much money you got bills to pay. Oh no big deal. She also says dozens over here holiday. Yes oh gabrielle. Also says her has been. Dwayne wade used to go with her in the beginning of that relationship. But now it's more of a so operation or so with their friends about this. I love. I think i met gabrielle. Union for the first time in a strip club forming all jumped in. Wait by the way. I'm telling you right out. I went to a strip club in miami with a friend and she was like. Oh we're gonna go meet a friend of mine it's gonna be really fun. We're going to have a good time. We walk into said strip club. And at the corner of my. I see this beautiful woman on the side. And i'm like dan. That looks like gabrielle. Union get those bubis clapton. Her face no way she is in district club and we walked ten steps closer and of course it was her just an absolute that those are the details of gabrielle. Didn't include she was like hypo google details. Don't get out every up in a friend of with her. We've been friends us first of all. She's extremely funny. That no one really knows so. She got the chance to be funny. Jim but i want everyone to know. There is a balance also gives a lot of money to cherry. You think about the women is kind of tier economy economy helping the girl. So she's a big. It shouldn't be a big deal. I feel like strip clubs with or without. Your man is fine as long as you. Guys are communicating about it. You know what i mean. So that's our perspective. Now what about strip clubs for our men with or without us. Ooh band of letting them go without us. I i i love going to the strip clubs with my girlfriend so much fun. Yeah and you pick up a couple of moves here and there you know i am. I looking good strip club. I've been with my siblings. We took my sister for eighteenth birthday my brother and i so that was a great time. Love a good ship club. But then when. I started dating guys who liked the straub. A little too much like i don't know how with you because of the women or because of the finances the bone. Thank you both way. you're going to drop. How many g's at the strip clubs like can use a new baggers shoes off. You know what the best part about it is. Let me tell you how you really catch your man you let them go to the strip club a few times and then you surprise ask and say oh i wanna go to a strip club which you. Let's go to your favorite strip club who you walk through that door. And they know him by saying basis back needs. Your man goes to the strip club more time than you. You realize because if cinnamon diamond and kennedy all know. Hey josh nope nope selena. Same bases enemies is spending too much money because they don't speak to the ones that are spending money there you go say. Oh he's back cheapo. Oh i think. I fell in love with my husband after the third day. When he said i don't find the to go to strip clubs. So thank you all of you know you. Pregnant.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"That. I wrote that may be short. But it's thin night's episode. Got you guys would introduce best right now. Reo vandenberg so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. We're here for an extra long show. I'm here for an extra long hunter. How nice version of bergen. I'm really. I'm barely awake long long weekends. Yeah so beautiful. I wonder for a long time. Okay listen to me. When i say i'm so jealous of the people that get to do the glam bot thing and i didn't like this thing moves so fast i don't know how i like that movement right there. He was delirious. I'm still delirious. Knows you are looking fire. I also like. I just wanna do one of those so bad and just be like all snap you run around to encircles with his iphone fame. Effect ours got. Let's get started because gabrielle union told angie martinez about a crazy time. She went to the strip club right after she took a little ex lax. The girl that had been dancing for me. She sees the sudden flop sweat and the alarm on my face. She's like i'm like i. I need to use a private bathroom. And she's like. Oh you know prompt so she takes me into the girl's private area but they're all in there and there's one bathroom i'm like are they gonna leave are. They're they're going to hear this. They're going to hear this unfortunate explosion. Eventually come out and you know it's kind of like the. Hey girl you ever had to take poop in a public restaurant. Never been there like in. that situation. strip club is aggressive. That's my literally tops. The fears like some people don't like public speaking. Yeah like heights. I am terrified of having myself in a strip club ruin my chances with all of our gross things have happened in the. I can't even. I well first of all like what is even happening here. Like why did she take that right before. I just want to stay in the house. If i've never okay a little bit about me. I've never taken ex lax. Does it like kick in immediately. Like apparently not kind of taking xbox. But i've got three people that have never taken star. I i have had a cold brew before and i think that's me the summer. You could definitely be excellent. Gosh if you don't have coffee for like three days and then you have a coffee. Do not drive anywhere ray. Jones now is definitely can can act as a double for. I don't know why you would take it before you go out you. Don't that was her badia though is like her coming out and then everyone seeing and her being like oh girl. Yeah like i've been with my fiance. I'm always like hated doesn't like to poop. He doesn't think you should poop around your try to avoid it as best as pot. I can you though the door has to be shut but like he's in their pooping you don't care not all care. No he actually thinks it's funny. You're massacare like he's like he's like oh cuties poop in. I'm like oh. I know what. I'm rational television about that. That good they don't care they don't care when you got. It was a busy weekend for adele. She went instagram official with her new man. Rich paul but really.
Search for Gabby Petito Boyfriend Continues After Body Found
"A body found in Wyoming is believed to be the twenty two year old woman who disappeared while driving cross country with her boyfriend meanwhile the search for him continues in Florida FBI special agent Charles Jones says they believe it's Gabby potatoes body that was found Sunday in Grand Teton National Park but no cause of death has been determined human remains were discovered consistent with the description of Gabrielle Gabby potato full forensic identification has not been completed to compare confirm one hundred percent that we found Gabby but her family has been notified of this discovery he says an autopsy will be performed Tuesday boy from Brian laundry has been identified as a person of interest in the case police say he drove back from their cross country trip with out her and was last seen Tuesday by family members in Florida authorities are now searching the best preserved there for him I'm Julie Walker
France's Macron to Talk to Biden Amid Crisis Over Submarines
"French president Emmanuel macron will speak with president Biden for the first time since the diplomatic sponsor rocketed between the two nations the disagreement which the French according a grave crisis breakouts I first submarine deal with Australia Australia ended a twenty sixteen contract with billions of dollars with France to build twelve diesel electric submarines in favor of the U. S. contracts for a nuclear powered submarines Franz recalled its ambassadors from the US and Australia and a sign of the severity of the crisis in an interview on French TV press spokesperson Gabrielle S. house said both leaders will talk because they have to move on what's at stake in this a fad this crisis also a provision being come out of the U. S. deal with Australia is a sign of America's pivot towards the Indo Pacific region as China bolsters its implements that front feels the deal steps on its feet in a region where it has long had a strong presence I'm Karen Thomas
Search on for Florida Woman Missing From Cross-Country Trip
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting authorities continue the search for a Florida woman who went missing during a cross country trip with her boyfriend police in Florida said Wednesday the boyfriend of a young woman who vanished during their cross country trip in the converted camper van is now a person of interest in her disappearance investigators say twenty two year old Gabrielle Gabby potato was last in contact with her family in late August she and boyfriend Brian laundry we're visiting Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming at the time north port Florida police say laundry returned to their home in the van on September first and he has not cooperated with investigators the van has been impounded by police hi Mike Rossio
"gabrielle" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Those people would have been like i. I will say though she probably that again. I'm sorry i know people say does not yourself all the time and you make black and things just in black households in general you don't make it about black and white. I talk about black household. Your experience is what you should be talking about any black households. There are just certain things that you don't bring outside the household. But i think whenever you see people like dwayne wade and gabrielle union who are open about these things beyond say dropping lemonade and tell everybody what she had to work through with her husband. I truly believe that empowers people to have tough conversations and not to hide things into under all human beings. Everybody goes through things. And if you're going to be celebrity where people look up to you you have to share your truth to. It's a part of your responsibility as being somebody who's a public figure also it makes it a lot harder when you're working in this industry in everyone is trying to find the story in research these things about you and if you're trying to hide it just makes the story a lot worse so you need to get out of it. You need to your truth out there. Wise everyone else is gonna create with. They think the truth narrative under percent as you point out. This has been out for quite some time. I i'm she's really spoken about is the first time she's really spoken about it and honestly she didn't need the money it wasn't about selling book. I honestly believe it's about telling her truth. And empowering other people because if you're gabrielle union and you're producing and you're acting and your husband's.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Her new book. You got anything stronger gabrielle. Union gets real about why she stayed with dwayne wade after he father a child with another woman before they were married. She says the me up today would not have stayed with him. But would i be who. I am without the pain. I remember a small voice in my heart telling myself to leave but my fear of public humiliation was so great that i didn't take my own advice. Gabriel dwayne seemed to be strong now. But what do you think it took to get to that place. First of all let me just point something out before we even get to that point. If you're a woman and all you've ever wanted your whole life was to have a baby with the man that you loved in your body just not wouldn't let you do it and then that person turned around and gave that gift to someone else that wasn't you. It's an reading. Her first book won't need more wine. You have to. You have to read this book. This part of the book was actually left out this story. This narrative was left out of that book but she talked about her attempts to get pregnant. and how about. So it's just crazy but amazing that she's opening up about this now. I think it's also probably. She feels at peace with it. I think she's done a lot of work. I think she's recognized a lot about the situation and i also feel like the one thing i do want just on one little nugget for dwayne. Say we're not together is they. He wasn't that you know he turned around and gave this gift to somebody else. When they were at an item they had hit a rough patch in their relationship. You're right you're absolutely right. And it was in a very unfortunate thing that happened. I mean a child is always blessing. They're so fun even when you wanna yak on live. Tv they're front. And i think this took a lot of work a lot of work to get to a place where they felt like they could be the couple that they are today.
Gabrielle Union Opens Up About Dwyane Wade Fathering Baby With Another Woman
"Union gets real about why she stayed with dwayne wade after he father a child with another woman before they were married. She says the me up today would not have stayed with him. But would i be who. I am without the pain. I remember a small voice in my heart telling myself to leave but my fear of public humiliation was so great that i didn't take my own advice. Gabriel dwayne seemed to be strong now. But what do you think it took to get to that place. First of all let me just point something out before we even get to that point. If you're a woman and all you've ever wanted your whole life was to have a baby with the man that you loved in your body just not wouldn't let you do it and then that person turned around and gave that gift to someone else that wasn't you. It's an reading. Her first book won't need more wine. You have to. You have to read this book. This part of the book was actually left out this story. This narrative was left out of that book but she talked about her attempts to get pregnant. and how about. So it's just crazy but amazing that she's opening up about this now. I think it's also probably. She feels at peace with it. I think she's done a lot of work. I think she's recognized a lot about the situation and i also feel like the one thing i do want just on one little nugget for dwayne. Say we're not together is they. He wasn't that you know he turned around and gave this gift to somebody else. When they were at an item they had hit a rough patch in their relationship. You're right you're absolutely right. And it was in a very unfortunate thing that happened. I mean a child is always blessing. They're so fun even when you wanna yak on live. Tv they're front. And i think this took a lot of work a lot of work to get to a place where they felt like they could be the couple that they are
"gabrielle" Discussed on Daily Pop
"The gabrielle union shocking confession. Humiliating secret about dewayne she it. And then we've got a star studded show. We're live with. Cynthia revolt and carly pierce possum. Throwing them back with jim and wreath. I think we should do a scene where we do. It like had losses of line and then we entered celebrity. Everybody there is a big question brewing today. Could you forgive your man if he got another woman fragment that is on our radar today. Please say hello to aaron. Lim and martha stewart. They're both hanging on for dear life. Today morning we gave so happy pregnant. Estrogen in these hormones are doing it near. I can cutting with you guys in her new book. You got anything stronger gabrielle. Union gets real about why she stayed with dwayne wade after he father a child with another woman before they were married. She says the me up today would not have stayed with him. But would i be who. I am without the pain. I remember a small voice in my heart telling myself to leave but my fear of public humiliation was so great that i didn't take my own advice. Gabriel dwayne seemed to be strong now..
The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain
"Oblast. Suspend your poly. Say you wish ulama if you answered si we or quay chances are you belong to the world's bilingual and multilingual majority and besides an easier time traveling or watching movies without subtitles. Knowing two or more languages means that your brain may actually look and work differently than those of your monolingual friends. So what does it really mean. to noah. language language ability is typically measured in two active parts speaking and writing and to passive parts listening and reading while he balanced bilingual has near equal abilities across the board in two languages. Most bilingual's around the world know and use their languages in varying proportions and depending on their situation and how they acquired each language they can be classified into three general types for example. Let's take gabriella whose family emigrates to the us from peru when she's two years old as a compound bilingual gabriella develops to linguistic code simultaneously with a single set of concepts learning both english and spanish as she begins to process the world around her. Her teenage brother on the other hand might be coordinate. Bilingual working with two sets of concepts learning english and school while continuing to speak spanish at home and with friends finally gabrielle is. Parents are likely to be subordinate. Bilingual's who learn a secondary language by filtering it through their primary language because all types of bilingual people can become fully proficient in a language regardless of accent or pronunciation. The difference may not be apparent to a casual observer but recent advances in brain imaging technology have given neuro linguists at glimpse into how specific aspects of language learning affect the bilingual brain. It's well known that the brains left hemisphere is more dominant and analytical and logical processes while the right hemisphere is more active in emotional and social ones though this is a matter of degree not an absolute split the fact that language involves both types of functions while lateral ization develops gradually with age has led to the critical period hypothesis. According to this theory children learn languages more easily because the plasticity of their developing brains. Let's them use both hemispheres in language acquisition while in most adults languages latter allies to one hemisphere usually the left. If this is true learning a language in childhood may give you a more holistic grasp of its social and emotional
The Best of Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette
"As colette entered a new stage in her life. So did the rest of the world. in paris. Colette found a flourishing network of underground lesbian bars and restaurants. It was in this community that colette met her lover of six years. She was across dressing noblewoman. Nicknamed mri the two for one night performed at moulin rouge together and their kiss nearly caused a riot. Colette tried to continue writing under her own name. But predictably had no immediate success. She resorted to making money in other ways. Before world war one darkened the atmosphere. Cafes cabarets and music halls were full of performances. all kinds. Colette became a music hall dancer. Living a rich life filled with material for her writing. She dedicated herself to her books. While also finding work as drama critic political writer fashion critic and cooking columnist in one thousand nine hundred ten she published the semi autobiographical book the vagabond. The story centers. On a woman named rene who after divorce becomes a dancer music halls. This fresh fighting and sensual book marked the beginning of her new and distinctive voice. A nineteen fifty five review wrote la- vagabond explorers with collects infinite patience and precision. The beating heart of a woman in each and love is not passionate romance nor tender dream but an abiding dul. Colette went onto marry two more husband's court many lovers and right dozens of books. Perhaps her most famous work was g. G the stage adaptation of which helped to launch audrey hepburn's
"gabrielle" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"This is the yanks go yard. Podcast and thomas paranoid. Welcome to a wednesday of the yanks. Go yard podcast. I'm adam wider thomas. Karen is on his honeymoon. So i did my due diligence. And i got you the guest that. I'm sure you've all been clamoring for gabrielle. Star is back from that balls outta here. Die hard red sox fan and so obviously the yankees are winning games with a roster that we're not sure exactly what's going on there and how long this could possibly last most nights. Our souls are cleansed by whatever the red sox are doing you can find us on apple. Podcast google podcast spotify. Wherever you get your podcast drops five. Serve you longer than they have bad question. If you wanna thomas. We'll be back in due time so please do drop him. Mentions at tommy steaks on twitter. I'm sure that's exactly what he'd like to see during his honeymoon. More yankee fans complaining to him and complaining about his work. But in the meantime we have gabrielle star gabrielle. Hey doing well. I'm a red sox fan. So i'm not doing well but i'm sure you're enjoying victory lap. I'm enjoying the temporary victory lap. I i don't know how long it's gonna last. We're going to break it all down in a few seconds. What we foresee the playoff picture to be what we've been thankful for lately. What's going on in the eighties. Really do have a chance to finish off this comeback. It's only august eleventh before we get into that attention listeners. Across the galaxy and gabrielle. You can laugh mutuality this. I don't mind all the way from australia to houston. Do we have pugh problem. If so our friends at manscaping cleared you for takeoff with their fourth generation and brand new lawn four point oh kick your pupils to the next planet with the performance package for that includes the aforementioned lawnmower four point. Oh love it's got a mentioned it twice the weed whacker ear nosair trimmer the crop preserver..
"gabrielle" Discussed on MikeyPod
"So yeah, this is the 15 year anniversary no sorry, 16 year anniversary of this podcast. What? That's really wild. The very first one I did was when I still lived in Houston, I was with my friend Brandon, who was my roommate at the time, and we did a sound sing tour. Does anyone remember those that used to be a thing? Anyway, be that as it may, thank you for listening. I know there are some people out there who've been listening since the very beginning. So I'm really grateful for that. And if you just started listening if this is your first episode, thank you for listening today. One thing I want to check in on. Does the sound sound any different to you today? I've started acoustically treating my studio that I used to create this podcast and music and videos and all the stuff I do. And it feels better. There was a ring before that used to drive me crazy and I think it's gone. So for that as well. I think that may just be nerd level meta whatever. But if it sounds better to you, that makes me glad. That's it. So let's get into this interview, but not without first thinking my subscribers on Patreon for powering this podcast. These are people who subscribe for $5 or more a month and get special perks like tons of free downloads of my music and zines, bonus podcasts. There are over 70 of them now that you'll have immediate access to when you subscribe. So if you want a deeper connection with all that is Michael Heron in this podcast and the guests on the podcast, you should go by Patreon dot com slash Michael Heron. And I have quite a few interviews recorded ready to start publishing. So I know it's been a couple of weeks, maybe three weeks since I did a podcast. But I've got them rolling. I have maybe four podcasts ready to go. So be ready for that. And let's get on with it. Here is my guest. Gabrielle Alexa Noel. Joining me now on the podcast is Gabrielle Alexa Noelle, who is the author of the book, how to live with the Internet and not let it run your life. Hello, welcome to the podcast. Hello, thank you so much for having me. So great to talk to you. This is a really timely topic for me, as I mentioned to you before we started recording. But I'm curious about the book. I'm assuming it's something that your own personal experience sort of inspired you to write, is that accurate? I guess I read a lot of books about the Internet growing up, especially because I was an aspiring software developer from very young. But I never found a book that didn't feel patronizing. That wasn't like talking down to someone by saying just stay away from the Internet or just limit your time on the Internet. I needed limit your time and because there are people who work online, a huge portion of my job requires me to be online. So I need more practical tips for dealing with the fact that the Internet is so integrated in our everyday lives. Yeah, and especially as we're in, I'm trying to resist the urge to say the end of the pandemic because who knows where we're at and there's a lot of people on the planet who are having an entirely different experience than that. But we're in some ways reintegrating into the world, but also figuring out how to do this whole online all the time type thing. So your book. As an older person, it's really helpful for me because I've always been on the Internet and I did online live journal when it came out. So I've always been like dabbling. Yeah. Back in the day. Too, because I remember it was its own whole thing and we don't really we have community like that online, but I don't know if we have community that feels the way live journal used to feel. This is a great perspective to kind of talk about. When I learned about live journal, it's like, great. I'm just gonna spill all my tea. People weren't doing that yet. I have friends from the live journal era that I still have now, like we've been friends for over ten years. And I'm like, oh my God, they know what my thoughts are when I was 11. My most deep personal embarrassing thought. But you know, I feel like the good news with that is when I see people doing things like on Facebook, what's a huge audience that I did on live journal when no one was really around? I'm like, oh, thank God, I got that out of my system when I a long time ago. But you know, there's always these ways that we need to learn how to be healthy with these relationships we develop online. So like what are some of the topics that you deal with in the book? My desi talk about social media and we talk about dating apps. I used to write a lot for Tinder. So I got a lot of information from that experience on what the dating app experience is and there's a phenomenon called the gamification of dating apps, which is the way that people use it for feeding their ego rather than actually making connections. And I definitely wanted to explore that in the book, but then of course I wanted to talk about how queer people find community online. So how when queer people have more access to the Internet, they often see better outcomes because they're able to find support systems that they may not have in real life. So I just wanted to go into all the different pieces of the Internet, the good, the bad, the silly, everything. Yeah. So it's about this is good. And these are the things I love about the Internet, like reflecting back to your point in the beginning about. We can't just tell people, well, don't just stay away. Because, you know, as when I was coming up as a gay kid living in Texas, my only access to the gay community was bars. And I didn't really fit in with that community. You know, like, and I really was very frustrated with this idea like, okay, well I can go to this bar where there are a lot of people that look like each other and they're playing music. I don't really like. And they're drinking, which I had stopped doing. You know, so it's really a beautiful thing to have these these communities online for so you know for people I just can't imagine being if I had access to seeing there were a whole variety of different.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"Richard zabel bit of a no hitter going. We get a little while. Garrett could literally never be garbage got ross. So what top here. I wanted to ask a red sox. Fan who is very level headed. I think in you. And wanna know if if you guys have come to terms with the mookie betts raid or what the healing process has been. Because i've been watching. A lot of alex perdue go this year. And it's not it's not a good straight up trade but alex for dugo is frigging pretty good and he fits the identity of your team. I think perfectly. So what's what's it been like over the last year yourself. You know..
Ethics: Is It OK To Break A Rule?
"Today. We're going to tackle an ethical question if you're a long-time listener of this show. You may have heard me. Ask you for your thoughts on this question before. Hi my name is finn for. I'm from seattle washington and my age is time that it might question is is located to do something you told not to do and then never tell anybody. We've talked about ethics in some of our other episodes like the one about how we treat animals differently depending on where we're from and how we're raised basically ethics is how you behave based on what you believe is right and wrong. You might hear fins question and think of course. You shouldn't break a rule and do something you're not supposed to. It is not okay to do something that you're not supposed to do. It's not okay to break rule when you break and don't tell anybody it's not good no because it would be bad. No that will be no because it's usually just mean to get in trouble because you're gonna big trouble. I okay that no because we knew it again trouble now because it's not good if you get into a no because you're sort of lying and not doing what people asked you to that was gabby gabrielle. Juniper elliott corwin prudence and cleo. They all told us. They think it's not okay to do something you're not supposed to and then not tell anyone but we also heard from some of you who think well maybe sometimes it is. Okay it depends on what it is like if you're told to stay in the house but something happens and you have to leave that slyke a different thing. It's not okay to not tell anybody but it you if you do have to like leave or do something that your parents are semi tells you not to do. Then you should do to should tell
Gwyneth Paltrow and Gabrielle Union Get Candid About Wealth And Marriage
"Would you still work if you married someone. Who was filthy rich Gabrielle union and gwyneth. Paltrow ignited the debate on the google. Podcasts gabrielle admitted that when she married dwayne wade her step kids didn't understand why she kept working. Listen to this. They had looked up how much their dad made and they thought that i should not work. I should just be at home like the other moms. And because data's rich and you stay home and we should be a normal family like everyone else. I love it. I love that bathing realized that she too was rich. Not not to mention. She had her own coin. Kim mary filthy rich man. What you're gonna do stay home and take care of you. You know a certain ages. When i was younger. I wanted to just work and get my own identity. I think right now. Let a rich man calls daily dose. Oh it's so funny. She didn't talk about this all the time. Because i have said many times i'm like i can live that yacht life man. I could plan the trips yet. Plan the vacations. I could have all the decorations up for every event at could be my full time thing. I could do all that stuff. But he's like no you couldn't you'd have to work. I know you would go crazy. But i could do.
The Crime of Refusing Vaccination
"Hello this is robin. High is the swedish lutheran church in cambridge. We haven't been that in a very long time. But i'm the pastor. Faith lutheran church. How can i help you. Okay thank you. I'm working on a story about pastor heading jacobson. I'm sure this is about vaccination awhile ago producer gabrielle. Burbank cold called a in cambridge massachusetts in search of the origin story of an argument. We're all having right now. We're in the midst of the most ambitious vaccine roll out the world has ever seen. There is finally hope that all of this will end but this hope depends almost entirely on. How many people will be willing to get the vaccine. There's still real fear around what this vaccine will do to us and his battle between hope and fear. It's not the first time we've seen it in this country. It started in this church one hundred years ago. Thank you for talking to me. This is like such a random call discount. Wear the current pastor picked up the phone. Are you in the church. No this is organised practicing. I just put on my mask number very talented.
"Can be tough to try and make lifestyle choices that will help build a healthier world over and over we find out that one of our habits is contributing to climate change inequality or the destruction of earth's bio-diversity even habits. We thought were healthy. Take seafood for years. We were told that fish were an important part of a good diet but now we are learning that many of the fish we are used to eating or threatened species. Seafood is the largest traded food commodity in the world and it plays an essential role in our global diet for some people. Fish are a luxury but in many of the world's poorest and fastest growing populations it's a matter of survival at the same time relentless industrial fishing methods are pushing many species to the brink. If things don't change our fishing habits could devastate ocean bio-diversity and deplete a resource that humanity needs in order to survive. Fish are in trouble but the solution may not be what you expect. I'm gabrielle sierra. And this is why it matters today. Will there always be plenty of fish in the sea. What's over seventy six percent of the world's fish now or fish fished capacity overfished or collapsing and fifty years. The earth has lost more than half of its life. We completely destroy the natural balance of fish in the world's oceans. So are we going to run out of fish. If the current way that humans are fishing continues in the current practices remaining unchecked. That doesn't set up a good scenario for our future. My name is michelle curic. And i'm the vice president for ocean policy at the world wildlife fund. In the united states the pressure the amount of fish the frequency the quantities. That fishermen are taking out a really causing many stocks to be in very bad shape in terms of their future viability. I mean fish is one of the most heavily traded food commodities that we have fishing really is a big business in two thousand eighteen. The global export market reached an estimated value of one hundred and sixty four billion dollars. Asia is the leading region in the fishing industry with china south korea japan taiwan and one outlier spain fielding the most vessels globally the european union the united states and japan or the three places that consume the most fish by volume. And it's really valuable. Many different species are very high. Cost so there is a lot of profit to be made in catching fish. We have these manmade causes. These drivers these threats that are caused by you know just better technology. Bigger boats better refrigeration easier methods of transport and we have some of the man induced natural factors like climate change which are also changing the water quality the composition the affiliation of the water. That fish call home and some species can't adapt that well they move to different parts of the ocean to have a more hospitable climate and that then raises lots of political issues about get to catch. And how many if you've ever gone fishing. You know the drill a rod align a hook some bait and maybe a boat but modern day industrial fishing looks nothing like that. The boats and many fishing fleets are essentially gigantic floating factories inside. They have all the machinery necessary to process freeze and package. Hundreds of tons of fish per day guided two schools of fish by sonar and spotter planes. Some of these ships dragnets that are over a mile long sneering whole schools of fish that thereafter and many that they aren't after to some of the methods are shocking take bottom trawling which involves dragging massive nets across the ocean floor in the hopes of sweeping up fish the process destroys coral and other ocean floor ecosystems that are essential for all kinds of life just for one catch s fish populations decline these fleets are having to travel further from land and drag their nuts deeper in order to reach their targets when it comes to fisheries. There are two things that are important to know first about one in three fish. Stocks is overfished at that means that we are catching more than the population is able to produce by his branch. I'm the director of fisheries at the foot and organiz ation of the united nations. And i'm also a professor at the university of exeter in the uk to have an analogy with john king. We are eating into the capital rather than just using the interest that doesn't mean that we collapsing. The population is just. This is not sustainable. We need actually to change that. But we see a dichotomy of what is happening. Between developed countries and developing countries in developed countries. We see increasingly an improvement in sustainability status in developing countries. We see the opposite. We see it decrease in sustainability increasing volume of problems. Those are not easy to resolve.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey
"In the summer of twenty thirteen. The national tour of evita began rehearsing in new york. Now being an dancer myself the carafe rehearsals were a bit strenuous and stressful for me but of course there are others who took to the dancing like it was just the easiest thing and they were so good at it too. I would just watch it sometimes and the things that these dancers could do night after night after night was just simply amazing. Well as it happened one of our dancers became injured in the show and had to leave for about a month or so so that she could rehab her injury and it was then that gabrielle was brought in to join the cast. I got to know her as.
Alexander Mikaberidze takes us through the history of the Napoleonic era
"Let's start by setting up the hoof the two main characters that we see throughout the movie are gabrielle. Farrow and our montebourg who are both lieutenants in napoleon's army. Were they real people. Kind of the story of you're a ridley scott chose direct a screenplay drafted from ninety seven availa from the famous author joseph conrad but away the noble a was published as dual in britain. But it was kind of the point. Honorary night it stays and you can still find the first edition of in used. Bookstores and condo story was supposedly inspired by this real duels olga. He clearly to liberties facts and the story was about the duel between two officers of napoleonic army. The historical individuals of peer won't The town and francois leotard lavazza. Who became ill baer and finkel in the movie and both of them are very collar for the interesting individuals. Do point was born in chaban as in shock and in western france in seventeen sixty five like many of his generation. He first saw action I military action. During the french revolutionary. Wars in fact he fought that battle. Volney really important. Battled all of the then. He served in the rhineland and by seventeen ninety seven. He's already a general so he would have been all league thirty two years old and a general widely respected for his Martial abilities He supported napoleon in seventeen ninety nine when that general sees power to our and then he couponing pollyanna campaigns. All is distinguishing himself. I mean he. This guy was quite successful in quite capable. Man fought at morongo for that Allback where he he did. Do really remarkable defense with barely five thousand man. He was able to stop and australia. That was five times larger and then he earned accolades for he's exported. Ooh macron's rheinland in the sauna zone and with such a stellar record. He had much to expect from the future of maybe even marshal's baton right as new polian savings says every soldier right in. My army carries marshals. Donen in these anyone could carry. It probably will Dupont was one of them but it all changing in eighteen eight. Napoleon sent dupont you. Spain with motley crue of a of the provisional battalions new new recruits swiss troops. That wayne pressed into service. No one over. Dick league cited fighting and he's tasked was to secure the southern region of of spain and initial successes. He found himself surrounded by the largest army and in the remarkable decision affected. He's entire life. Dupont decided to surrender with some eighteen thousand men at violin in the news of this french. Defeat him in the worse than they surrender right but shock europe. Napoleon is range. Dupont is sent to court martial deprived of his rank and his title kashir and then sent to a military installation into to be imprisoned there for the rest of the only any wars
"gabrielle" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"On island is their wifi on the Pencil paper and calculator okay. Paper and calculator and those would be the instruments or the tools. And i would imagine the lessons would come from up here for you get it makes. A lot of sense makes a lot of sense. All right gabrielle. Question number three top software three for the road. This one's easy for you okay. I'm gonna underhand pitch this to you. Fill in the blank fill in the blank. A level playing field for education means equal opportunity for all four words and one despair. You did it. You knocked it out of the part gabrielle. Man that's three for the road. Thank you so much gabrielle. Really appreciate you playing three for the road. And i appreciate you being on the show. Thank you for having me. This was fun. No absolutely likewise. I thought it was fun to and we're gonna have to stay in touch. I'd love to have you back on the show. So you can share any follow ups of vinny you know new areas that you may have gone into maybe some months down the line maybe go international. Who knows absolutely. Yeah yeah all right now. I want to thank all of you for tuning men and listening and as a quick reminder if you want the heads up vip notifications of upcoming guests on upcoming episodes before the episodes are released. And before. anyone else knows all you have to do is sign up for the email. Mailing lists at rhodes rediscovery dot com. That's rhode the number two rediscovery dot com the roads rediscovery. It's a movement a revolution. And guess what you are now part of it on this journey of life skin having you on the journey with me again from us the road to rediscovery is an age. A shark production..
"gabrielle" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"S. and for our international clients or anywhere really. Were also on. What's up. What up number you would find. You will find on our facebook page. Which is the name again. Is a step ahead tutoring services. A step ahead tutoring services. One tastic we will make sure that the directly to the website as well as the social media handles are on the episode show notes so that people can click those to go to either your handle and connect with you via the social mediums or. Go to your website as they're listening to this so we'll definitely make sure include those on on the episode show notes gabrielle. So hey this has been a great conversation. I've really really appreciate your insight. I appreciate just the transparency you shared with us on on. What some of your problems were and some of the challenges that you've had and and just the fact that you have to take that look in the mirror yourself. And say hey. I need to adapt right. Yeah yeah yeah and for a lot of people. That's a hard look to take. Because they think all this time they've been doing it right. Well you know we can't control what hits us like a pandemic so you know. We have to be flexible to adapt like you justed. Absolutely for sure for sure. Well okay gabrielle. This is now a time where i pit myself to a segment. I like to call three for the road. Okay in three for the road. I asked my guests three random yet thought provoking questions that i challenged them to answer in five words or less. So what do you think you think you'll be up for it. I think so fantastic and by the way. These are not like cookie cutter questions okay. I don't ask the same questions. To every guest i customize the questions based on their background and profession. All right so here. We go three for the road question number one quite easy. Actually what is one piece of advice. You would have for young learners struggling with a given subject. Don't.
"gabrielle" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"As opposed to those other companies. It's more like you have those managers to em am. I able to access the manager in a when. I need it rather post to you. Know having someone like me. That's that's very very technologically. I live. I live with my smartphone. You know you can always economics which we saw has definitely when i when i created my company and created the design of it. I designed it to be more personable. That's great that's that's that's beautiful and customers really appreciate that as well right because they don't wanna feel like oh they're just another client or they just have another student you know that they're giving you You know they they wanna feel like they matter. They wanna feel like any concerns. They have you know. academically is being heard and being addressed so. I really commend you. And and really tip my hat to what you do gabrielle. Because it's it's making a big difference For that community. Now let's first talk pre covid. I would love to know in explain for the listeners. If you can you're at a high level your not so much a business model but you're structure like you said with you and your tutors. Where were the tutors placed. How was the interaction between tutor and student. Works fearing client and pre cove it. What what did that structure look like for your business right. So the i pretty much maintain the same structure now. But what i did was so a client would reach out to me and they say i need a tutor. I have a fourth grader. Who needs help with math. And then i would say like I would ask them to elaborate. Further like what what concepts must like what specifically in math for example. They may say. They need help with math everything. They may be general. They may be specific. They'll say all these things and this is my. This is what the teacher is saying. And and my child needs to help. And then i would take all that information i would have the parent fill out an intake form and then i would send that intake form to the tutor. I would i cherry pick the tutor. So if i feel a particular if the profile of one suitor would match well with the student than i would pick that particular tutor and i would actually tutor. This is the profile of the student. They would have it. Do you want the students. So i give my tutor the choice whether they want to take on a student or not they may say yes or no if they say yes i say.
"gabrielle" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"To share her challenges. How she overcame them and the great work she's doing for the children. Let's welcome gabriel crystalline to the show. Hi gabrielle how you doing good. How are you doing fantastic. We are so thrilled to have you on the show and just to set the stage a little bit. Can you share with the listeners. Where you from and a little bit of your upbringing a chair. So i am from brooklyn new york. i was actually born in trinidad and tobago I came to america when i was three years old. Been raised in new york ever since wonderful all right so i'm really intrigued. Excuse me. I'm really intrigued by your business and i want wanna. I want to see if we can paint a picture for the listeners. The struggles and challenges you've had and just just to visualize the dynamic of the business as far as you know the presence that it has in different parts of the country and so forth so Before we get started in that gabrielle. Can you share with us. What was your driving passion or or force That empowered you to move in this direction to create this this type of business in offer. What you offer sure So it all started in college. I worked at a foster care agency for my work study. I i always like the brainy student in high school So i thought. I needed to make some quick money and i had a work study grant so had to spend it so i saw this opportunity like oh you know i could do i can. I can help the kids so i did that. And i really enjoy that Discovered that it's more than just academe It's more than just academic. It's the emotional part. There's a social part. So it there was so much intertwined with with that kind of work and i was always fascinated with that so fast forward to graduate school. I worked for a couple of tutoring companies. I did similar work but this was mar. One on one. On one tutoring where i went to the homes but those companies shut down so but some of the old clients reached out to me personally and i continued tutoring privately than i went to a small business seminar to present something else and i heard one of the speakers talk about starting a business and how it could benefit Heloc benefit you how it can benefit. You know someone who started off as an immigrant and i. I was inspired by that. And i you know. I always wanted to to own something and not have to work for other people and.
A Global Shot in the Arm With Dr. Fauci
"It's march and it's been nearly a year since covid nineteen was declared a pandemic. There's no two ways about it. It's a bitter anniversary but it's also a time to think about how far we've come. There was so much confusion at the start about how to protect ourselves now year leader. We've learned a lot about how to stay safe and we've developed highly effective vaccines in record time. We're starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel but there is at least one more hurdle that threatens to undo our progress all around the world wealthy countries are hoarding vaccine. Sp leaving huge swaths of the global population without access global health officials. Say that this could be a lethal mistake. For rich and poor countries alike. I'm gabrielle sierra. And this is why it matters today. Why a global pandemic needs a global response. It was almost a year ago but the country began shutting down from covert and for the first time. There seems to be a real reason. Have cautious optimism gets the vaccine when or not only serious questions that us but also around the globe in the global fight against covid nineteen is mutations good approving the next great challenge so we have a lot of really important stuff to talk about but i feel like one of those important things is that both you and i are south brooklyn children and i feel like it was really important to just get that out of the way Where were you. Where were you in south brooklyn. I'm from manhattan beach. You are from vincent hurst. i know. Wow you need no introduction but also start the way we always start which is what is your name and what do you do. My name is dr anthony fauci. And i'm the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases at the national institutes of health. All right so let's say that a majority of americans were vaccinated tomorrow. Would we be fully in the clear. So if we got let's say seventy to eighty five percent of the people in the country vaccinated then we would be very much better off than we are now. But there's a real catch to your question. Because even if we got the overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated there is a big wide world out there and that's the global pandemic so if the rest of the world did not get covid nineteen or saws covy to under control. There would always be a looming threat over us that the virus would be mutating would be changing and we would get new variants that even if we felt ourselves protected in this country sooner or later of variant or mutation could come here and essentially circumvent protection of the vaccine. So i think when you think in terms of a pandemic you have to remember it is global and it requires a global response not just a single country response in the old days when we used to get on airplanes. You remember that what we can all travel one of the first things you get. Is this disembodied voice that would say in the event of a loss of cabin pressure. Oxygen masks will come down from the overhead. This is richard haass president of the council on foreign relations former director of policy planning for the state department adviser to presidents and my boss structured by this to put it on yourself and then only after you yourself and taking care of then you turn to your children your neighbors and others and that's our instinct year we've got to jettison that instinct unless the rest of the world get vaccinated. It doesn't just threaten their lives. It threatens hours to gossip. We don't take care of others. Variants will continue to break out and variants breakout over there. They will figure out a way to come here so then we end up in a race. That never quite ends that we'd never quite win to stay ahead of the curve. We have to understand variance and in order to understand variance. We have to understand mutations and in order to understand mutations we went to the country's medical explainer chief so what is a mutation. Where do they tend to come from. Why do we need to worry about them when viruses replicate which they do very very rapidly particularly when you have literally one hundred million people infected which is what we have right now in the world with over two point four million deaths when you have that amount of replication. as the virus replicates. It makes mistakes in reproducing itself. That's called a mutation
"gabrielle" Discussed on The First 100 Days
"Hi everyone. I'm trinity new in west user gems and today on keeping at one hundred with gabrielle south development manager at gong for this episode. We did a lightning round of tips. How to break into sales specifically technology sales and how to find the right company where you can bring your whole self to work. Let's dive in one of the biggest challenges that i'm seeing right now for folks who are trying to break into sales like an sdr role for the first time especially if they've had no prior tech sales experience what i see them. Struggle with is thinking that they have to have tech sales experience in order to get into tech sales. If that was the case none of us would be here right now. So what. I share with folks in terms of the things that they can do regardless of their experience is what are your redeeming qualities. Let's just start off with that. What are the things that regardless of the activity that you're being asked to do that. You would do really well so for me. I recognize like. Wow i don't have experienced Very fast learner or hey. I don't necessarily know what this means. But i can figure it out incredibly resourceful or hey. I don't necessarily know about the tech space hall but well networked in. I can ask people questions. And i can figure things out really like think through. What are your redeeming qualities that even though this is something that's completely new. These are the qualities that will help you to bridge. Whatever gap might be perceived in the second piece says be very intentional. Be proactive in the interview. Experience in sharing that with the hiring managers. Call it out before they have a chance to use set the narrative. And so i think the big key here is you have to be the person to set the narrative from the very very get go. 'cause that's really all your work with right if you don't have the experience that's what managers are looking for on. Might i only have so much capital. That i can invest in my people at wanna make sure that when i invest this much capital and i'm getting a return on my engagement so if somebody is engaging with them and i'm not semi. Am i going to work harder than you like. Do i care more than you do. That's a problem. Make sense if we flip it around so for candidates who have multiple offers You wrote about finding the companies that align with your values of who you are. So what are some ways that candidates on blazing general where you can do that kind of self reflection to know your core values and then find companies have mashed that you okay so i mean you could go to therapy. He could go to therapy. You could get a coach right. Someone who work through things with you. I recognize that not everyone might be able to have access to those resources so one of the things that i learned from a therapist in the past into all about trying to figure out what are my dealbreakers. What are my non-negotiable right. And then what are the things that are really fueling for me so one of the things you can do is think through again. You can ask the question. What am i redeem qualities. What are my biggest strengths. And then ask yourself the question. What's required in order for me to exercise those strikes. I need to be in that space in place where i can learn. I love to learn. I love to grow so for me. Value of mine is going to be growth and learning. I need to be at a company that also acknowledges and appreciates that learners mindset. I need to have leadership. Who supportive of mike growth as well. So that's what i'm really thinking about is. What are the things that really light me up that. Keep me fueled that inspire me. I have those written down. Then i think about okay. Well what is the environment that's needed. Or what are the conditions that are needed in order to support that cultivate that even more encouraged that even more and then what is the kind of leadership that's required in order to maintain and grow that kind of environment. So i figure those things out. I can start asking questions during the interview experience to either identify. Yes they have these qualities that can support my values or no. This is a hard. No right i think this is the hardest. Part is recognizing. I have women's that if somebody crosses this boundary it'll be detrimental for me as a person there certain experiences where i didn't know the exact questions needed to ask but i was very present during the interview experience. I remember having one interview again. A presentation and at the end of the presentation one of the people on the panel was like that was cute but not good taste basically not word for word but essentially yes it was like i could tell you worked really hard and the design was really nice but there was nothing significant that you shared with us that was legitimately it and basically for fifteen minutes. They just tore my presentation apart. And i remember after this interview i laid on the floor and i was like that felt terrible is so this is a boundary. I was like. Hey listen if i'm experiencing this in the interview. This is what i'm gonna get when i go to the job and it's gonna be worse. They're on their best behavior right now. What happens when they're on their normal behavior. What happens when they're having a bad day so for me. I thought about even this values exercise. I value feeling supported and there. I felt so dismissed i felt torn apart and i was like. This is not a space where i can feel supported if you want to hear more from gabrielle. You can join her and alexey in mood. War on women in sales clubhouse room every saturday at two pm central. If you not in clubhouse you can still join her on. Sdr on lincoln live every friday at eleven am central. And if you're looking for your next opportunity and want to put gabrielle's tips who practice. Gong is also hiring across the board and especially looking for folks from diverse background. Do you have a note of encouragement or insights suchard. Email me and we'll get you on the show at podcast at user gems dot com. Thanks for listening..
"gabrielle" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"A waste of time. Isn't it really. It is one of the songs on my epa. You know someone that could dance through life and it says the wisdom of aging is to not waste time to save every breath. You take like vintage wine and that says exactly familiar really people go about getting copies of the ep just neat it is available as a download. Obviously them the money. I'm trying to raise is for parkinson's and the best way is to get an old fashioned. Cd from me. By emailing may and i've got a youtube channel. That has my email on it but if anybody would like to know. It's lawn tractor. L. a. w. n. t. r. a. d. e. s. alone trader and that set gmail.com Because obviously if people get a cd more money can go to parkinson's uk but is downloadable as well There's no sort of money. I believe in downloads. But who knows. So yeah they can get that from me and find on their favorite streaming platform as well. So that's the way to find it and also at anita gabrielle and conquer capping sessions on youtube fascinating talking to you today. And all the best with the new ep. Just neat well thank you so much. It's been lovely lovely to talk to you. I've really enjoyed.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Is that a true story. That is indeed a true story. Yes my my. My mom and dad met in brussels at the end of the wool. Mum was belgian. she'd lived through world. War two my grandmother in fact was a member of the resistance in belgium in brussels during that time. Yeah they famously tell a story when my mom told me about my grandmother on the day of liberation racing upstairs in flat in brussels and grabbing the woman was upstairs frog marching down into the street and shaving ahead. Because she'd been a collaborator. So yes and i can always remember some of the things mom would tell me. Oh that's where they would take the jews and load them up in belgium so yes it it was a terrible time for them and so glad when of course the british thomas came in and my dad always used to say that was when i liberated brussels they met and fell in love and mom decided come and live in england and over. She came in nineteen forty seven and so avenue. Louise is about them missing. It's about how i imagine. The meeting and avenue. Louise in brussels is a beautiful straight so to think of them in love and young was just a joy for me to write. Well it's a gorgeous gorgeous song. Yeah you collaborated with amy ward on the ep and amy's worked with lots of stars like at cheering and camilla cabello and lee antebellum. How did that collaboration come about. I met amy over twenty years ago. Now i think she came to play in bedford and i saw in the newspaper an advert. They said the welsh joni. Mitchell was coming to play. I went to see. Lay on the strength of that. And i went to the end of the gig and i said i have to say i came because they said you were the welsh journey. Mitchell said you're nothing like joni mitchell. But i loved what you did and she said. Well that's interesting. Because i'm not well shy to someone is well that's right. She's married to her. Husband is but we bonded over that and we talk about what lazy journalism. It was the every girl who played guitar was compared to joni mitchell because they are but she was very different but nonetheless totally brilliant and we bonded and while she was on the road when she had nowhere to stay she'd come and stay with us and we just got to be friends and watch the ups and downs of her career and at one point she was thinking of giving up playing live herself and started mentoring young singer songwriters and the she said. I didn't know what was going to do. Three days with some young lad from suffolk sixteen years old. Who was coming to house and what they did. Ed sheeran the name. He was right eight songs in three days and the album before his big selling album plus was called songs. I wrote with amy and of course. She's she still writes with ed but she writes with just so many others as well. Everybody else you need to tell me the prices of over writing songs and if you're doing a collaboration with various singer songwriters and colleagues someone has to do the khomeini. Someone does the lyrics. Is that how you split it or do you like doing all of it with everybody doing the same thing. How does it work well to be fair to me i. I haven't collaborated. Amy has sung on my song on this. So i really have not collaborated very much with other people in terms of sharing the writing the songs on. Just it's just neat because it's just me really. So amy. Amy came and piano and sang on my song to be frank. Love the opportunity to write with that. Would dream come true but i suppose the nearest have come to really collaborating on. Writing has been in a couple of bands. I might come up with a riff. Seventy might come up with a line i. It's always different really. But it's the same mainly i myself for my own kind of i suppose expression really. Yeah which is. What's so wonderful about singer songwriting. Isn't it that it is part of you or something that you'd have a lot of empathy with the defined then doing this e. p. you've written the songs of have amy and we've had been as well. Do you find that it was. It was a very easy process for all of us to be together. Did it click quite nicely. It was all done remotely as much is these days. I had done the guitar and vocals for best friends. I emailed it to ben. He listened and he put a a base on a few strings. And sent it back to me what you think like this. So i'm not so sure. What about this. And and then he added that and then we sent that off to a me. She had listen. And i had an idea what wanted her to possibly do piano. I didn't know she was going to sing on it. But she came up with a riff for the song. And then i was delighted with. She's a vocals on as well. That was a dream. Come true for me. So that was just great to the and she came out some lovely lovely piano riff and then then got to go together with me and mixed it all really. It just seems to be that people are working in a very different way but actually quite effective. I think it is. It's been effective but but it's the second best four of us you know. We need each other. We need to be with people and we need to be in the same room. You know we can go so far but the thing is i. I think we all need the content and the connection. Yeah it's it's okay. But i i. I'm sure people i know would say it's not the same as being with your band. You mentioned earlier when you face difficulties about how you tackle them. I was going to thinking you were a gay women at a time when it wasn't as accepted as is no you a woman musician at a time when men prevailed and you're know an older artist an industry that worships the young. Do you think that you thrive in an environment. Where you've got to fight to be had. Isn't that an interesting question. I've never really thought of it quite like that Do you know what. I would much rather have an easier. Life feast days. I suppose. I think things are the way they are. Yeah and there have been difficulties. I have tried to rise to them as best. I can as as every body mass. Certainly you know people confronted with. Things like parkinson's they've got the difficult things really just finding my way as best i can. I think but. I tell you what i cannot bear injustice. I can't stand injustice so these black lives matter you know. That was the first time i went out during the pandemic. I hadn't been anywhere. And i thought you know what i've got to go out to my local park and take the new with these people. Even though of arthritis can barely get up. It's just so important. I think to stand up am battling justice wherever you find. I think you're absolutely right other times when you see the young especially young doing really well these days that you you wish should been born much later. I say asking the question. Because i probably do yes at times i do is i. I wish i had the body. I had them then. I wouldn't have the mind. I've got now. You know the things that used to worry me and bother me and and get to me. I don't anymore. And i think i really do sound so so cliche but i think it's a cliche because it's true. I do really love the small things in life. You know the the flowers and the garden and the birds and and things that actually i've discovered really really are so important. I mean i don't know how people who've lived in flats who have had gardens. It must have been so hard for them during this time. So i've just been counting my blessings really. I've got a partner of the last forty years. I've been so lucky to have you know i've recovered from some bad health myself so i just count each day. Thank goodness for it really. I was thinking as you were seeing. That youth is wasted on the young. I think true. I really wish i had known or felt the way i do know who really care back when i was twenty when i did really care about absolutely everything is such.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Anita gabrielle is a singer. Songwriter has been writing songs. Most of her life is new. The way that you to shooter. I to herself as the dyke and a hat and has had to fight lots of injustices. Our latest ep has been released in order to raise funds for research into parkinson's disease because we're delighted to be joined by anita today. Welcome to women making waves. Anita thank you so much. It's an honor to be asked to be here. Thank you well. We're really pleased to have you. We are definitely. When did you start writing songs. Anita you see it's been all of your life. What age were you when you started getting interested. Well i was fourteen when my dearly beloved brother came home from london and said me. I've seen this lady singer. I think you'll like her. And he went and bought me her first record as it was back then it was a a woman Joni mitchell who became a bit of an icon for me really all my life. I found that she wrote things. That expressed how i was feeling and i. I wanted to do that too and i got a guitar. I was just fourteen started to write songs and have never stopped. Really is brilliant. It's really nice to hear that someone inspired like that. Actually and a lot of teenagers do the start in their bedroom. Don't they sitting there learning chords. Did you teach yourself at guitar. I did i t- i taught myself initially but then i had a few lessons which helped no end and fund enough. I've just started having lessons again. So i think you never stop learning to you and you never stop trying to develop a well. I haven't anyway. I've i've always tried to develop what i do. And and to improve. What i do and is joni mitchell's still your icon an eater or have you collected more icons along the way well. I think i've loved so many different musicians you know. I'm really taken with so much that the young people do these days. Is this a young singer songwriter. Who i'm i love. A guy called luke jackson you just so so much music but i think in your formative years when you're very young something that really makes such an impression stays with you and i think joni mitchell has influenced so many people and And her career of course. She went from a folk singer to become such an incredible jazz musician. She's just progressed and changed and developed always and i. I bought albums really out of loyalty. When i didn't really get the tool and returned to them now and i think you know what that's really interesting today when she did in the eighties. That was recorded thomas dolby. It's traffic really hated it at the time but brought me through loyalty and now i think my goodness this is excellent so yeah i think those formative years are important but i do like to be open to new music as well yeah. I think it's funny when someone that you follow changes style and it's a bit like marmite for law people you love or hate it. You're in a band in the eighties. Cold the crew. What kind of music were they playing. Well we were described as post punk pop band Bhai melody maker. That's what they called us post punk pop band. That's a lot of peace. So that's how they described as We were very fast We had a lot of songs in the set. And if we got through the set in in twenty minutes we knew we were really cooking and it was unusual at the time because they were there to of women playing is playing an electric telecaster at the time and there was a woman who is playing bass as well and that was quite unusual that women playing electric guitars. You know the slits and vans like that had opened the door for us really and so i was very influenced by them and the fact that is women. We could play electric guitars. We didn't actually have to sit with acoustic. And pretty and play so yeah. That was a great time. Really it was an interesting time and managed to meet some great people. Anne lennox and polling black selectors. You really good women. Performers of the time was it very sort of red for women to be writing songs and making music. At that time. I wouldn't say women to be making music but i think it was very rare for women to be stroppy or to be out there a bit and and certainly electric guitars i mean i i hadn't. I can't remember apart from the slit having seen any women playing electric guitars. I thought i'm going to get an electric. And give this a go much as i love joni mitchell and And the kostic stick genre that she came from nonetheless. I wanted to be out doing something that had a little bit more of an edge and also expressed how i felt as a woman and lesbian That was really important to and a song i wrote at the time called josie fell in love with my best friend at school was viewed as as very brave at the time. No lots of people thought. This was very courageous of me to be singing. This and it's surprising. When i look back but that was how it was then really and you were outed as lesbian by a newspaper. Which in the nineteen eighty s. Sounds awful if it was something that was done without your consent tells about that yes the way. We were so unprepared. We'd been playing together the band only a few months. It was also very very new and we were getting quite a lot of press coverage and I don't know how it happened. But i can remember. We played up in london. And what happened was we won. A competition called the melody maker. The paper was running. Aspen The melody maker rock eighty competition. The band actually entered. And we want so we were propelled really into local newspaper coverage and the price was a record. Day with emi and and the money which was just just amazing. I mean we were totally blown away really at the time and then paid in paper and that this had two lesbians in it because i was in a relationship with chris who was the bass player. Yeah it was so strange and we were unprepared for You know it would it. One of those things happened really aspen. Does it use to your family and friends or is it something that they all knew about already. Well close family and friends knew but Certain people my job didn't know so it was a little bit I suppose it pushed me really to come out more. And because of course in those days that you know coming out was fairly unusual and it's a step that i took very i did now really. Yeah i suppose that it was uncomfortable looking back now. I'm glad it happened. But but an awful thing to happen in some respects in the way it happened. Because that's terribly unfair so after that you're in a band called zenana which i suppose we would call us a good old power type van. Nobody's girl bond and each had personas and yours was to pick the the queen of the ice seaney. How did that come about. I'm so proud of what we did with anonymous because it was very much the pre runners of the spice girls when i saw the spice cows. I thought that's what we were trying to do. Sort of seven eight years before they did it we talked. The three of us has penny ruth and myself we talked about wanting to portray women with strong characters but we also wanted to accessible and poppy music which which is what this is. Where with my brother. We had early so the disco drumbeats and things early recording setups and wrote all the music. So we wanted to again do something. That was strong. And we talked about what three three-figures represented power and strength as women to us mind was without doubt boudicca. Dc however we say yes. I was brought up. Seemed comes boubacar..