21 Burst results for "Hanky Panky"
"hanky panky" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"I love to watch the snakes. Eat each other. they just devouring each other right now. Facebook fired back at president. Joe biden on friday. After said that the gargantuan social media platform was killing people through the spread of misinformation about the corona virus. Pandemic play that clip mark on cova misinformation on misinformation. What's your message platforms like facebook. People really the only pandemic we have is among unvaccinated. Not killing people. That's a false statement right there. Sure we'll ninety percent of being you know if you're conservative republican. You're being censored and shut down. So that's definitely not true by it. So i don't know if you saw the cnn clip where we'll talk about that a minute but You know facebook. Basically help joe biden. Get alive yes. And we already have evidence of facebook's speaking with voucher was october duck. Communicated without you at the beginning of covert nineteen saying. What can we do to help. So i mean there there for them from the very beginning and now they're devouring each other. It's nice to watch. Actually so company came back said we will not be distracted by accusations. Art supported by facts. The fact is that more than two billion people have Viewed authoritative information about kobe. Nineteen vaccines facebook. Which is more than any other place on the internet. More than three point. Three million americans have also used our vaccine finder tool to find out where and how to get a vaccine. The facts show that facebook is helping save lives period. Right and jen psaki was just. She specifically mentioned twelve people that were right that were communicating sixty five percent of the misinformation. That's out there. Okay thanks yeah. She's at facebook in any other. Private sector company makes decisions about what information should be on their platform. Our point is that there is information that is leading to people not taking the vaccine and people are dying as a result. We have responsibility as a public health matter to raise that issue. Thanks jen manages just because someone went there to look to see where to find. A vaccine doesn't mean they went and got a vaccine. Because i did it to follow the steps and see where to find one right. I didn't go get it. Whatever happened in the first amendment and choice right doesn't know about that It's a fun with that. Let's see surgeon. General has to say. Play that i played that clip about big tech and covert president. Biden did accused social media. Platform killing people. Do you think conservative media like fox news are doing they with rhetoric. Like you just heard..
Episode 2: Hanky Panky
"And you next thing you know there are literally eighty thousand. Bootleg copies of the Sean Dell's hanky-panky floating around the Pittsburgh area. Now, Tommy Jackson had no idea that any of this was going on until Metro Vich cold up to let him know the single as hot and take the Sean does come play live in the Pittsburgh Area Tommy said sure what he didn't mention was that he'd been Sollac for over a year so. You went to Pittsburgh on the down low and he started hanging around the clubs and such until he found a band, he liked called the raconteurs. Offered them the job as the new Sean shondells and they accepted it, and that's when Tommy Jackson became Tommy
Episode 122: Hanky Panky
"I up I know what you're thinking. You hear that chorus. Somebody wrote that yeah. But that's not fair. In fact, it took two people to write this one Hanky Panky was written by the songwriting dual of Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry who we last saw in episode one fourteen just a few weeks ago when we looked at the song leader of the pack but in this case, Greenwich and Barry recorded themselves as the raindrops back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three. Berry told Billboard magazine once that he thought Hanky Panky was pretty terrible and it was meant to be a b
Monica Lewinsky: Bill Clinton and I never hooked up in the Oval Office
"That's true. Monica Lewinsky says hanky-panky within President Bill Clinton never took place in the Oval Office in another clip from the Clinton affair docu series. The former intern who has reinvented herself as me to advocate, an anti bullying activist talks about her hookups with the married commander in chief which led to his one thousand nine hundred ninety eight impeachment will they routinely met in the White House sexual relations took place outside the iconic office of the president. But nearby quote, no monkey business happened in the Oval Office proper. She said she's forty five years old, by the way, we would talk and maybe flirt here there, but no sexual activity. Happened in the Oval Office. So if you're wondering where it happened he had a private personal office. That's off to the side that consists only of a back steady a dining room a little pantry in a bathroom. That's where every intimate encounter
"hanky panky" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"That is the one thing please, can you when we do this podcast with you from our that's just we have to open with with how we got to this point because college basketball can be so fun and so ridiculous. And like only the sport would have a do Hanky spanky. What are we talking about? He got eleven points and ten rebounds last night in that lost it, Wisconsin. He's averaging ten and six right now like you said he was a d two player of the year last season at fair state. And I promise you I will report from Maui. I will have the the full Hanky panky story by let's say Monday night at the latest. I fly there on Saturday settled on Sunday games start at like nine AM local time, which is awesome. What would you say? That's awesome. I think that's great. Because then you're done you'll be done early relatively speaking. You know? Yeah. I'd rather be. I'd rather start late. They'd be done early. But whatever whatever I'm going to be in paradise. Who cares? It'd be impaired is with expand in Zion me Hanky panky Zion. So how about this? What if I start a story on a podcast like this? So me Hanky panky Zion walked into a bar. Well, they're both underage so yes, it would actually be pretty interesting from the get go there. Although I think that I on short of Fort Knox. I can pretty much walk into any place. He wants at this point who's gonna sign. It can't come in. Exactly you'll eat to heal. He'll just say he'll eat you. Yeah. He could be looks good. Don't you think? He's a yes, or no I could eat another human yesterday. If you wanted to I'm not saying desires humans or human flesh like gun to head Zion. Do it or pulling the trigger could Zion? Eat another human. I say, yes, we haven't dipped into cannibalism on the pod. And at least two or three years. So this has been overdue for a subject topic. And there's no doubt about it. I'm gonna go. Yeah. I think so. Yeah. What what if Siahaan Etang him, explain key in Maui? Would that be a story? Would that give me on CBS sports HQ? I think it would get you on sports HQ. And if you're not watching by the way, you should be watching CBS sports HQ, you can check it out on any device that broadcast pretty much anything. CBS four pairs on it, I'm on it. And we're going to pretty much daily college hoops season picks up. So that was just a sneak in a little bit of a plug, and it is genuinely awesome. I think you will enjoy it. If you haven't checked it out already trivia time norlander. Fire away. What league right now has more top forty can palm teams than any other league. Well, the fact that your first of all full disclosure, I love our unprompted trivia didn't know this was coming. The fact that you're asking this makes me think that it's not the ACC, and it's not the big twelve now at the start of the season. You said SEC would be a top two league. I will say SEC. But that's just because I think you setting it up because you think the SEC is going to be a top two league. Am I right? Could not. I mean, you could be more wrong. But you're you're definitely way Ron the five top forty right now, which is low. It's the big ten why the big ten has ten top forty Kim pom teams right now. I noticed this. Because when I up the top twenty five and one I've got a bunch of big teams in there. And so I just went over to Kim onto like always keep a close eye on everything, but I was out of the my Atta sorts here and the big interesting. They don't they might not have great team..
"hanky panky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"One along those lines one thing to keep in mind for your listeners is not to expect to be an overnight success, but to grow steadily, and again, according to your values and not give up on those. But. Grow organically. We say are here. And, you know, find the best professionals that you can't the best advice and not not give up either bigger is not necessarily better figure is not necessarily better. I love that. Something you guys say is life is serious. Lingerie should be fun. I love that. I was reading that. It was like, I think that is so cute. I love it. Life is so serious. We have to have more fun, right? Yes. Even if you can't see it. So this is a question. I always ask. And that is what does fit fierce and fabulous mean to you. You know, it's funny by my first reaction was. It sounds a little bit. Like what we make? Seriously, those three apps absolutely do define our product. And and the women who wear it. We are. You know, I think what was unusual about us from the start in comparison to other intimate apparel companies is that our product without without even saying to each other. But we were creating a product that would make women feel good about themselves for themselves, and, you know, high five their sisters, if they caught, oh, you've got to keep you to it wasn't about appealing in a period way, you know, to the male gaze now that's a popular way of talking that that people use. But that is being our the core value of ours for forty one years, so fit fears fabulous that that works for me. Kind of how we define our customers are sisterhood. We call who had been with us for so many years and share everything that they've learned along the way as well as shared their product our product with with their family and friends that that is you know, it's sort of defines his latest Senate, defines them and our product Courtney, do, you know, the Hanky panky handshake? No that is something that happens very frequently. Not not just us. But, but it what it is is when people learn that, you're connected to hanky-panky or or the the subject of underwear comes up, and and both both women are group would realize that they all are wearing hanky-panky underwear. Well, it works best if you have pants on but the women's dig right in. To into their waistband and pull out their their underwear to show. Look more Yankee panky to we call that the Hanky panky handshake. Oh my gosh. That is so cute. It's defined on our website in many places where we're thongs in particular are sold. Thank you. Thanks. Of women's philanthropy committee, and I was meeting with them yesterday. I was telling them all how excited I was to interview today, and we were all talking about Hanky panky and half the room had Hanky panky on. It was like this is so cool. Yeah. No about the handshake those I'm gonna have to bring it up at our next meeting. Yes. They're all fit and federalists. Yes, they are. They are. It's wonderful group of women when we get together and and help out. So it's it's cool. I love it. You guys. Thank you so much for coming on the show in ladies. Please check out Hanky panky. If you haven't already there'd be a link in the show notes, they have beautiful pieces. I'm sure you've seen my Instagram. I've been photographed and a bunch of them. And I love your body suits. They're my favorite right now. I'm obsessing. Like wearing them everywhere. People are like oh my gosh. Thank you pick you bodysuits beautiful. You have to get one. Thank you guys so much for coming on the show. I this is such an amazing. This is like I can't even believe this is dream come true. So thank you again for your time for sharing so much information for showing us that core values matter and to stick with them. No matter what. Well, this has been our pleasure entirely, your they're welcome Gillan leader. Thank you again. Thank you so much for shooting into the singers in relates to see podcast means the world to me to have you shared in my tribe in my world. If you enjoyed this episode, I would love it could rain review and subscribe, and you really love this episode. I would love it if you could share it with a friend. Thank you so much for tuning in..
"hanky panky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"I haven't heard of that one. Oh, Courtney please earner that one. Oh, I like to send you a copy. Oh my God. I need to read this book. If you guys are recommending it. I have to read it. Yeah. We'll raise this is a different kind of business book. It's the new revolution. For female. Entrepreneurs is the tagline is the. But leapfrog is the name of the book spun Natalie Molina Nie-nieto, and I will I will coordinate with Kristen and you'll have a copy short. Thank you so much that is so sweet. Thank you recommend that your readers. Yes, please. I love I love books because I feel like in a book, you can learn so much you can highlight. You can go back. I keep so many books on my bookshelf. So that when I start feeling angry or feel like is getting in the way or feel frustrated I just opened up book, and I read some chapters and just get reinspired. So I love books. I'm a big player. Yes. And they're it's it's easy to you. We're frequently ask for tips in vice. And so on. There are so many ways to accomplish your goals, and that is not easy in. Sometimes you don't even know what the goal is. You just thrown in with an idea that's has a life of its own moving forward. You don't know where the end goal is. We'd never as you started. When you began to talk with us. We had no idea would be here. Forty one years later most most companies don't make it past five years. Oh, no. So it is a very very encouraging to read about with other people have done, and you hear many many, many ideas that are filtered through a person the author of this book leapfrog who actually started onto entrepreneurship leadership center, a the entrepreneurship center at Barnard at the Phoenix center. Barnard? So she does a zillion people who have reached their goals in starting a company, and she's distilled it, and it's it's just wonderful reading in very inspiring. Thank you so much for that. I'm so excited to read this book. I can tell you guys really love this. It's something that all of you guys are listening should definitely pick up. And I also think that this is just something I've noticed through the interview you guys have really strong core values that have stuck through the forty one years. I think I mean, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that has helped your success as well as vice have defined these core values in stuck to them. You are staying really? Yeah. To philanthropy, everything that is absolutely correct. And it has been a, you know, the success of our business is to be on the same page all these years. And not give in. Oh, I'm sure as things have evolved in the fashion world. I can't imagine people were probably like why are you still in the USA, you know, all those types of questions? So I think it's so cool. You guys have defined these values in your like, we're sticking to them like. Yup. And but there's no question to have a successful business. You absolutely have to be profitable. Oh, of course in order to be filled with robbing you have to be profitable to have money to give away. Which is a gallon. I haven't duct that philanthropy, gene, personally. And we certainly would doing what we could you know, on early on before we could do it in the name of Hanky panky. We we still do our work on side. But it's very very important to run a strong smart profitable business. And as you're hearing from us, of course, it can be done in the United States. It's nonsense to imagine that you absolutely have to leave one yours..
"hanky panky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"Stuff with your old unusable, it leisurely because underwear cannot be recycled like other clothing, and we welcome any brands anyone can put whatever under like in this envelope. And then the customer is responsible for paying postage. And it goes to a recycling center. Ultimately, it becomes carpet padding. Oh, wow. Win that. That's also we've partnered yet it's expensive to do the right thing. It can't be. And that's what stops a lot of people from doing it because they see that it's expensive. But it's such a core. Value for you guys that it's like it is what it is. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So we partnered with a woman who has the waste management permit. Nationalize is in bra recycling. But there's so many other categories so much under his so many underpants. Just throw away. What do you do with your old underpants? So true. Gets true. I mean, like, you know, we're women. You know, what do you do with them? Just throw them in the trash, but the guy we should be doing something because they are materials, right? Well, I mean, your stuff washes very well. So it lasts a long time, which I read that I read something somewhere where you guys said that it's actually the guys jokes that it's it's something that stopped you from getting people to buy more because it washes, so well, and you can keep it forever. Well, it is business model. Yes. That that. It's you know, things don't wear out that fast. So, you know, part of it's part of sustainability. So hard of a why it is our price point is actually value. Oh, for sure definitely. I mean, you can't beat it lasts forever. I think I have my twelve years old. But that's something that the consumer needs to understand younger people who can't necessarily Ford it right off the bat will buy a copy and find that it doesn't last very long when they have they need to learn that making a little bit of an investment up front is a better value. So in the world of fast fashion that we live in right now. Twenty teen. I'm so glad you said that because I am someone who was into that. Like, I love going and spending two hundred dollars and getting all these clothes and wearing them once and then giving them to goodwill or don't him in the trash. I don't know what I did with it. And then one day, I realized that all of those two hundred dollar purchases that I was making even though is was getting so much stuff. It was junkie was falling apart. And I would only wear it. Like once what do you think about fast fashion? Best passion is. It's a problem. It keeps the manufacturing countries like, China, and Philippines, and NM. Wherever else there is low wage keeps. Very often child labor in going. This is the only way that you can produce. If you think about it the only way you can really produce fast fashion pedal. Let's just having very low cost labor. So when you start thinking about all of the consequences involved in buying an inexpensive choice product choice. It just doesn't pay for the whole world for the on so many levels. Yeah. Definitely I've someone who realized that all that fast fashion. I watched a documentary, I don't know five years ago on Netflix spoil go, and I remember my jaw is dropping. And I was like why do I have why do I feel the need to have so many clothes? I would rather have two pairs of jeans that I just love that. I get tailored that I take really good care of you know, in that I spent an invested some money in rather have. A couple of pairs of underwear that I love that are comfortable that fit me, and I take care of them, and I washed them, and you know, and why do I need a hundred pairs of jeans? You know, it's it's mind blowing. So I actually had someone on the show like maybe ten or fifteen episodes ago that was talking about fast fashion, I became so interested in in that topic altogether. Because I truly believe that we can make a change by buying higher quality things that are made in the USA. And and really having that value when we're shopping..
"hanky panky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"Thing that partnerships and not just business partnerships marriages. I mean, I don't know what the divorce rate is go, but the long term relationships frequently don't work, and that is why when a business partnership does work it's notable. And it could be the secret sauce behind the success of a business. What what you're asking is is maybe close to impossible to answer. It was there's so many indefinable about how people, you know, make decisions and get along and. But clearly there's a basis in in in values, you know, just sort of basic values that that was behind our friendship to begin with. And that has allowed us to work well together in business. I love that. I know you guys have really strong values with philanthropy. You guys are very into keeping things green Hanky panky, which I adore in love because I do my best in my home to St. green. And I use you know, ten or not ten but metal straws, and I bring my back's to the store. So I love that your company really takes all that into consideration. Can you share how you've stayed green? And why you guys state green? And what that means to you. I am a long term environmentalist way way back. And so when we started our company we tried to implement. As much responsibility as we could in being so. One of the main things is staying in this country when everyone else every other company was fleeing to create a a higher margin in their products. Oh, yes. And we stayed knowing that we had a special product and a special customer that we could manage it to to sell it a certain price point and succeed with that. So we were able to stay which is a huge part of being sustainable, keeping our carbon footprint Smalls using as many resources in the United States, and keeping helping to keep them viable as well. So I would say about seventy percent of our fabrics and materials and trims come from this country. But one hundred percent of our productions done here, all of our all of our showing is done in the northeast of the United States. That's mainly mainly in the boroughs. I met so cool. Thank you. We also try to implement as many responsible of moves in within the company like using recycled paper for the machine the copy machines like instead of water bottles. We have filters for the water system from the tap. We do electric recycling. Encourage people to bring in discarded electronics from home because we are we do belong to this program. So we were able to ship them out in large batches, we have it's an envelope. That is an option when you check out of our website that you can receive.
"hanky panky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"And made appointments out there to everybody made appointments with me and placed in order. It was much. It was such a different repeal landscape at the time because the buyers were not just number crunchers. They were autonomous creative people who were merchandising their departments along the lines of what they would like to see this isn't department stores have always done that. But in department stores. It was it was different back then and they had a very different approach and to our advantage, and it will whittling to experiment. So they were interested in new different things. Not just getting the same thing. All the time. If they wanted to make their floors appealing to new customers, right? And they were looking for new ideas to get new customers. Exactly. And they saw in the this little collection of cotton embroidered cotton hand embroidered cotton at that. They saw something very different. They love the name. And they saw a sort of what the advantage was is that it was not just underwear. It was sort of a something you might wear to show a little bit these camisoles at least. That was very different for their departments. It was a cotton collection in a nylon Trico world that was different. Is it had many advantages that helped us to shoot in? I love that. And let's talk about the thong. This was in one thousand nine hundred six right that you guys brought the song out of your into your collection. What was that? Like, yes. That was so much later. We have bad we've talked through actually the fabric the material aspect, which when we started laces were very stiff they did not stretch. And over time the the element of spandex was added. So that they were stretching the there were mechanical and chemical softeners added. So that there was a very different product evolving. And I was able to take advantage of that for developing the thong. That is amazing. But wasn't that kind of revolutionary at the time because there wasn't really songs out. Right. They're worth on's in the market. They were impossible to where there was incumbent. So you saw okay. There's songs how can we create something? That's comfortable and you created the world's most comfortable thong. Yes. I just think that's so cool because I'll tell you quick story when I was twelve years old. I remember I saw I went to beach camp for summer. My mom put me in beach camp over the summer, and I was twelve years old. So it was like becoming a woman, and I went from wearing little girl underwear and I saw this girl wearing a thong. And I remember calling my mom going all the little girls. Have thong underwear here? You better take me to get thongs when I get home. Crying crying to her. And she took me to the story. I got hanky-panky thong. The very forward thinking mom. That's that's a great introductory story. Tell me tell you that jails work on developing the song. Did it took a long time first of all 'cause she's a perfectionist? And Secondly because it's not that easy to create a comfortable song and guilt. Tinkered? It really was a technical and design feet. She tinkered with this for well over a year, and our tagline world's most comfortable phone is a, you know, there was a time when the trademark office would just approve lines like that without of needing to make sure they were truthful. These days is these they put us they put those tag lines through scrutiny, and the world's most comfortable song has been approved once again because the kind that they found that there's a lot of agreement around around that statement, that's not just from this company. It's from the customers the people who sell it. And although we have a zillion people who tried to copy the concept. There are many reasons why it is not so easy to achieve. Sure. I can't imagine. And the one thing that just blows my mind is that you guys are still working together. I don't know if that's my to you guys. But I mean, I listened to this podcast called how stuff works, and you hear these partnerships and they're together for twenty years or ten years. And then things happen. Let you guys evolve the company grows because of different ideas, different opinions. So I want to know your secret just a moment, why introduce drink hydrate. My new go-to recovery electrolyte balance, this is key for mostly growth recovery, post workout. And of course, gorgeous skits for.
"hanky panky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"Hanky-panky is a favourite of celebrities stylish and stylish women world wide. Welcome to the show. Gale in lead. Thank you. So what's your coming on? Thank you. Oh my gosh. This is just amazing. It's incredible forty one years ago. Hanky panky was started. How does it feel to say that? It's sort of unbelievable. We don't feel that old. I know isn't it that moment where you're like you say something like that? And you're like forty one years, that's. Wait what how could that be? So this this idea came from pudding hand embroider handkerchiefs together. I mean, how did you even think of that gal? Oh, I actually liked to recycle things. So while I was working for other manufacturers is specialized in knits at at that time. I was always I always had a boutique business where at home at night. This is my real laboratory for design I would make things and often out of other things like at that time beautiful handkerchiefs that inspired me their exquisite embroidery colorful embroidery. So they seem the whole idea about embroidery on underwears was very Victorian. So that's really what motivated me to make modern underwear out of it. And that little set came about around the same time if lead his birthday. Was happy recipient of that. Yeah. That was that was in June nineteen seventy seven. Gail gave me just you know, I'd always got design things from Gail as gifts. But this was something that really really caught my attention. I was so excited about it. And we started talking about how other women would probably love this stuff that looked like this, and it was possible to scale it up. That's amazing. So leader you got this gift. And you're like, we gotta do something with this. Yeah. Which, you know, I'm not sure exactly where that thought came from because it's not like I had been to business school. It's not like I was out of work. It's not like I knew anything about sales or retail or wholesale. But yeah, those did kinda come in. Dame? And I had I had been in my own business on the side for years. So it was natural to do something. I wouldn't have done it on my own, but with a partner, and once we had that name we just took off. 'cause that was that was inspired to know was a name that once leader went out with those little samples a little four piece set to the buyers a name that they didn't forget, and they found something that was different for their departments. And it was just took off from there. Yeah. There was a lot lot of interest. It was actually very say. It was easy to sell back. Their jobs. Saw the Forbes interview you guys did how you said it was easy back then. And but still it takes guts to get store. You know, go in there and have the meeting. What was that? Like, I mean, I it's not just one day. You decided you gotta gear up for that. Well, I on my kind of. Lunch. Our from the job that I had at the time. I was making phone calls to really the only retail outlets. I knew at the time department stores because of they they kind of they owned the retail space. That's where I shopped. I was called end. Also, you made these connections by two phone. There was no internet. No, Email, and it was complicated because in the intimate apparel space it I'm sure I didn't even use that terminology. There was so many different departments, you know, bras. And and of course, the tree undependable, and you know, all the stuff that I somehow I got to I r- who was proper person at each of the places that I called Gail had made samples for me to to take in. And that was a very different time. When buyers would welcome you end, see something new would sit down and write there or. Orders on the spot if they liked it. There was not one buyer who I saw in New York or California. I happened to have a trip plan to California and around the same time, and I took advantage of calling west coast based department stores, even the ones that don't even exist anymore like books and Robinson's..
"hanky panky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"As all comfortable could be. So when I was searching, I realized that I'd been wearing hanky-panky in the past. But I didn't realize that they had organic stuff. So once on that out. I went crazy have bought a bunch of stuff tried it out loved it got all my friends on it. And luckily, I was able to partner with them which has been incredible. I love their stuff. If you guys have seen my body suit on Instagram where that thing like probably every other day. It's so much. It's blue with gorgeous pink flowers on it. And that in my surprise when I got the opportunity to interview, the founders. Of hanky-panky. How amazing is that? Gil Epstein and Lena or Zach our the founders of Hanky panky and they've been in business for over forty years. They're the maker of the most comfortable thong in the world. And I do have to say it truly is the most comfortable thong in the world on this episode. They share their journey of having the guts to talk to department store owners and pitch their brand and get it out there. Also talk about their growth from being an undergarment line in a department to a world wide brand. We talk about proven market strategies and how they execute their business. How long it took them to come up with ideas of adding thongs to their collection in growing and expanding their line how they found a solution to a longtime problem of women, and they created the most comfortable on you'll ever wear in your life. I saw the secret sauce for them staying friends and business partners for over forty years..
"hanky panky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"Business partners for over forty years. This is unheard of you guys choosing to do the right thing. Even when it's expensive. They are true believers in sticking to their core values, which I think is so cool there philanthropist, they believe in conscious efforts eco friendly workplace, so many things that are truly stand behind in my own world. They really bring about in business, even though it is costly for them. And they talk about that. Because it's important to understand that sometimes you're going to have to pay for sticking behind your values. But it's always worth it. In the end. We talk about how they give back in the community and in the world in wide so important for them. They also talk about a book intimate advice that they would give to us over on the fit pherson fabulous podcast. And the even recommend a book, which I have just started reading, and I absolutely love if you are someone out there who wants to get inspired in here from women who have remained friends and kept a business going for over forty years. Okay. So this is before the internet. They started this business and they've been able to keep going through the internet. They've been able to stand behind their values and we'll hut really matters to them. And I think that is so awesome. And I'm so excited to introduce you guys gale and lead of Hanky panky Fisher to log on and check out all of their beautiful pieces. I'm sure you've seen them all my Instagram..
"hanky panky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"As all comfortable could be. So when I was searching, I realized that I'd been wearing hanky-panky in the past. But I didn't realize that they had organic stuff. So once Ron that out. I went crazy have bought a bunch of stuff tried it out loved it got all my friends on it. And luckily, I was able to partner with them which has been incredible. I love their stuff. If you guys have. See my body suit on Instagram where that thing like probably every other day. It's so much. It's blue with gorgeous pink flowers on it. And that in my surprise when I got the opportunity to interview, the founders of Hanky panky, how amazing is that Gil Epstein and Lena or Zach our the founders of Hanky panky and they've been in business for over forty years. They're the maker of the most comfortable thong in the world. And I do have to say it truly is the most comfortable thong in the world on this episode. They share their journey of having the guts to talk to department store owners and pitch their brand and get it out there. Also talk about their growth for being an undergarment line in a department to a world wide brand. We talk about proven market strategies and how they execute their business. How long it took them to come up with ideas of adding thongs to their collection in growing and expanding their line how they found a solution to a longtime. Problem of women, and they created the most comfortable on you'll ever wear in your life. I sore the secret sauce for them staying friends and.
Meghan McCain: 'I'm scared of America without' dad, Sen. John McCain
"NBC News Radio I'm Richard Jordan to huge wildfires burning in. Northern California are now, being treated as one the ranch fire has overtaken the car fire and is threatening thousands of buildings and has prompted. Thousands of people to flee their homes the fire has scorched over one hundred. Fifty seven thousand acres and is, only thirty percent contained Pentagon officials say efforts to find American, soldiers missing during the Korean war will continue the recent recovery of presumed American remains is. Still being analyzed Dr John Byrd said his preliminary assessment found that the remains were consistent. With being Americans remained, believed to be American from the Korean war They. Also were clear with us that they couldn't be sure how. Many individuals were represented in each box for noted that the process isn't linear and there isn't. A set timeline for, when the individuals will be identified the wife of money rock war veteran is not sure when. She will see. Her husband and her two daughters again all hundred warriors was deported. To, Mexico, yesterday Juarez, has been, in. The country for more than twenty years after escaping violence in Mexico her husband says he voted for President Trump in the two thousand sixteen election and wrote a letter to Trump requesting a reprieve Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. Portland is bracing for today's rally by a four right group a lot of protesters are expected. At today's, rally by the group patriot prayer in downtown Portland the Portland mercury says. Last year's rally in Portland drew the support of many white. Supremacists. Who acted out, in violence the air guitar champion of the world is going for a three peat two-time world champ Matt Aristotle burns Staten Island hopes to clinch the. National title again in, route to the world contests in Finland later this month the national championship is being held tonight. At rough trade. NYC a heavy metal bar in Brooklyn you're listening to the latest. From, NBC, News Radio Megan McCain is opening up. About her father's life threatening health battle in an interview with glamour. Magazine recently she says she's scared of, America, without her father US Senator John McCain she goes on to say that longtime family friend former vice president Joe. Biden checks in with, the family, often the Zona lawmakers been diagnosed with deadly form of brain cancer similar to the one that killed. Biden son Megan ends the interview saying that her dad was strict and that was so she can survive her. Father's prognosis Jayson Campadonia NBC News Radio bus Vegas police don't. Know what motivated gunman Stephen paddock to carry out the deadliest shooting in US history the, final report on the mass shooting on the Las Vegas strip last. Year was issued Friday. By all accounts Stephen paddock was remarkable man whose movements leading up to October I didn't, raise any suspicion and interview with his doctor. Indicated signs of, a troubled mind but no troubling behavior that would trigger a, call to law enforcement ex brother. Told investigators he had not spoken to him in more than ten years and he thought his brother might suffer from a mental illness paddock opened fire from a room in the mandalay bay killing fifty eight people attending a country music concert paddock killed himself as police officers were about to enter his room a firefighter in petaluma california is out of a job over on duty sex in a firehouse public records show twenty old firefighter and paramedic brett hughes resigned in january after admitting to having consensual sex at least ten times with the woman who was not a fire department employees the press democrat says hughes confessed to liaisons in the back of a fire engine in a training room and in a captain's office that departments top two officials called the on-duty hanky hanky-panky a gut check a black guy and a wakeup call but insists it was an isolated incident and literally from washington dc we'll make history the mamie johnson little leaguers will be the first predominantly black team ever to represent the nation's capital at the little league mid.
"hanky panky" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Has been released today apparently died of an accidental overdose from a. Cocktail, of prescription, drugs according to the Clark county coroner's office art bell, of course has died April thirteenth in his. Bedroom in his parole Nevada home at the age of seventy two the, coroner's office determined, that he had four prescription medications, in his system, the opioid oxycodone hydro, Codan valium at a muscle relaxant as well. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. And he had hypertension contributed to their death they, said, as well The drugs that killed art were. Lawfully prescribed to him I'm going to check in. With our residents psychiatrist and author, of medication madness Dr Peter Brechin Peter very sad story but, you've been saying all along these medicines kill in here it is Yeah I George, I know how important he was to you and I send. My condolences To to your to your audience to and one thing people may wanna know is there. Is, there is, no indication of any kind of hanky-panky with this or any intentional interference He is taking four drugs all of, which suppressed the central nervous system and this too often happens with people who are older and. Elderly it can. Happen to direct prescription is going to happen because they have prescriptions they've collected over time into using, them all together that realizing it without. Checking with the doctor Christ, dole is so that's the one you didn't mention the name of and it's a, tranquilizer and when it's metabolize it, turns, into. A another tranquilizer metro Pam made. An old one and then we have valium and you put, all these on top of, each other you supposed to do that Peter no no. Generally not supposed to do that hydro code on vicodin is opioid Oxycontin isn't extended release opioids so you're in the elderly their more susceptible To you know problems with, the central nervous systems do they can. Be very sensitive to drugs, these combinations are unpredictable and then he's got COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and and, that means he's not oxygenating as, well, he's. Gonna people -ceptable to getting a. Combination overdose accidentally another thing is is that too many drugs, for an elderly man to, keep track of You, know I mean there are also, the same purpose how does he keep. Track of them and then, one of, the one of the early signs of harm from them is going to be. Some confusion and forgetting, and so he could say wake up in the. Middle of the night already somewhat delirious not yet. Completely intoxicated thinking needs somewhere to sleep and takes and. That can lead, to confusion more confusion Mosa getting and what happens the heart just stops Wait here essentially the heart stops, the cardiovascular system collapses, as the the breathing get suppressed and, also the respiratory system itself is, being being suppressed by the drugs so. Cardiovascular and respiratory problem And and you mentioned, medication madness I talk about. Medication spellbinding what happens when you're on. These meds is you. Just don't appreciate the is doing at the time so it's a sad case and the, tragic tragic but it's. A cautionary warning this is happening to the older. People it's. An, epidemic Peter it's happening all around the world that people are, just taking. Too much of the stuff but thank you Peter I really appreciate you, coming on tonight with us Iran's Islamic revolutionary guard is expected to put. A hundred gun boats in the Persian Gulf sometime, in the next few days. A swarm of tactics simulating actions that. Could potentially shut down. The street of Hormuz were all lot of oil passes through each year Dr John Curtis, online columnist dot com. With us John Iran is getting serious aren't they Well I think they're threatening right here what's happening Georgia's Trump cancelled the Iranian new deal that was back in may right so what. Has happened right now the Iranian currency collapsed basically around his plan with. The p five plus one. Without the US you continue the Iranian nuke. Deal it hasn't worked the financial markets are are. Basically they're anticipating. These extremely brutal. Sanctions are going to be re imposed in another couple of, months by the White House and none of it real the p five, countries really want to see sanctions hit their own countries they understand the economic consequences so ran is really saber rattling right now this is kind of gunboat diplomacy threatening to shut they strata promotion they've done that they've, been doing this for, quite a while and last week the Ayatollah and puppet president Ruhani essentially said that if Trump once said he's. Going. To get the mother of all. Wars while, you heard what Trump said, to them That's right you better not threaten the US or prepared for. What the consequences essentially the same message that he gave Kim Jong UN. And I think what respect. You Iran I have to tell you something. That it's a very different situation as we know. From North Korea. Why because so. You know one of the great economic powers in US partners, is thirty five miles from the DMZ so you don't have any strategic, worries in Iran going after the the that regime today they had massive riots and it's gone That are really demonstrating thousands of people taking to the streets protesting the moola regime that economically failing the reality now which I think. At twelve. Thousand twelve thousand to one US dollar they are fading from within no doubt about that John John's website online columnist dot, com listen to this unbelievable story a, Wisconsin man has lost both of his legs after being licked by a dog he contracted a bacteria. Found? In dog's saliva that, can call sepsis the blood infection spread quickly and resulted in amputation of both feet doctors would eventually be forced to remove parts of his lower legs and his nose as well, where the dog was licking him unbelievable Well they say that as time flies US adults are now spending nearly half the day interacting with social media or, media in general smartphones computers spending, over eleven hours a day watching listening or reading that's amazing Denmark is the world's happiest country in Minnesota is America's happiest state the land of ten thousand lakes may lack the glitzy lure of New York Los Angeles but the beats out. The rest of the nation when it comes to. Overall life satisfaction according, to a new. Study scientists British scientists believe. That a hundred foot rogue waves could be the reason why so many boats have. Been sunk in the Bermuda triangle the infamous body of water in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean stretches seven hundred thousand. Square kilometers between Florida Bermuda and Puerto Rico also known as the devil's triangle the.
"hanky panky" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Gonna do look oh yeah fifty seven old one eight great so so we had a couple of guys play through one and then like the guy who played bass played through the other but we didn't have a base yeah so he just played right the base notes on a guitar right yeah and and then i play drums and of course my drum kit at that time was something like we got through sears catalog or whatever that had like a picture of a palm tree on the front of the draft and so we we played at this our first real performance in front of people was at a pta meeting and the cafeteria the elementary yeah and we played house arising some but this is all instrumentals nothing no singing so we did hanky panky has the rising sun right and a couple of others i can't remember if i were summertime blues sure and but those songs are pretty repetitive yes so with no vocal and but the funny one that we did there was a song at the time about done by got him sergeant barry sadler who was a vietnam like green beret hat and it was call green valid at the green beret yeah yeah yeah yeah the whole point the song was arrested tation right by this guy you know what these people singing in the background stuff so we did an instrumental of something that stays on like a couple of chords with the drums doing kind of like a parade march so we do an instrumental of talking song and stupid and no one's playing the melody or he is there he's just just doing now we're just because we didn't nobody played lead guitar then the court plenty of hordes well yeah even that'll damp that's got plug in for a mike oh sure yeah these things we did that yeah everything goes right through that when we finally got a mike plug the mike it with a gift it was just mud yeah it's all perfect the cord exactly so did you ever make money well we started to when i got in high school yeah same guy ono i've moved on.
"hanky panky" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Well i mean i think that it's a such an interesting mirror image of your top story which is about president trump's charges that the fbi was after him and rigging law enforcement and what we know about this especially activity report is that it was leaked by federal official that thought that was happening under the trumpet other direction the direction now they're various explanations one is that prosecutors removed it from view for whatever investigative reasons they had this official thought maybe there was some kind of hanky panky we don't know it is interesting part of part of what you're seeing is kind of like paranoia that set in among everyone partly because of the times in which we live in sort of how all this stuff is is bound up there's there's also the fact that the actual content there ben which i thought was interesting in that new yorker ronan farrow report is that there are two other species activity reports that have even bigger pools of money that appear to have been flowing through michael cones a central consultants right and so if you take if you take both the fincen report and the new yorker story as true which is to say there are these two other reports that they blocked access to but not the ones that that leaked last week right that suggests that there is some need to protect these other ones from an investigative point of view that is much stronger than the need to protect the ones that were not protected and that suggests that there's some really sensitive material in there and given what we already know that a russian oligarch linked investment fund paid michael cohen which is sort of explosive news on its own set up to worry wonder what isn't as reports that somebody wanted to keep under at we should also say that a swath of destruction has been cut behind this person lost their job at at and t because of having to do with the michael cohen contract novartis filed its its general counsel so more information also has sort of ripple effects throughout the world clearly trying to get.
"hanky panky" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Around campus walked by and i say what is that social media i saw yesterday on snapchat i thas about an art project that tackles the issue of stress around finals unconventional way so there are rules apparently here ladies you got to knock before you enter knock three times on the seething at there are there's only one person allowed inside so no hanky panky cry for ten minutes only in the light has to be turned off for the next person so on twitter a lot of people seemed into the idea others are already looking to use the closet for less wholesome purposes all right i comment on twitter address them to victoria at on your victoria or at sea well one thing that was interesting of course a lot of people on twitter we're like oh my god now these liberal snowflakes need a place to go the person who was most recently in college when you have an entire week of final after final after final sometimes you just need an outlet and sometimes you can't go back to your room and you just need a little cry and a lot of these things already exist it's not a closet on campus but we had this thing called primal scream where there's a time of night where everyone can go and get together and you all just scream for therapy yeah it's like from the six and it works then you get back to okay you you've gotten everything out now you can go back to your work and it's actually they could also go to the sex parties in colorado could you that but i have a feeling that might take a little bit longer than ten minutes but you know and this is the cynical part of me though now you have cynical side i'm glad that there is a cry closet and i think every dorm in every campus should have one because i got so sick of seeing especially girls like weeping in the hallway so stress take it somewhere else so sick and go to college if you can't handle taking a final like yeah get a helmet get a life smarten up get backbone helmet seriously okay so here's the final in the triumvirate here fellow in massachusetts has decided he wants to challenge pocahontas for the us senate with warren i think identified by the president as pocahontas as she is a.
"hanky panky" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"My question for the guests is what what is your philosophy regarding how government should govern economics or trade between entities what is your what is your belief concerning should government step in and regulate whether or not certain trade might be not in in the best interest of both parties such that one party is being undervalued sounds like prostitution is a perfect example what's your view on the government well that's more of a libertarian i may liberal who leans libertarian so when we're talking about things like prostitution drug use i think that people should be allowed to make their own decisions and government should stay out of it unless there are serious safety and health concerns that might warrant some intervention like driving under the influence obviously you're strongly opposed you support those kinds of laws i would be able favor of legalizing it with controls to make sure that human trafficking trafficking is not part of that business that you know there's testing for std's hiv to make sure that public health is protected when you're engaging that but the amsterdam plan that's probably chris lay out your perspective then maybe deigned can respond to it well i wasn't i wasn't thinking more about the prostitution concern or issue i was thinking more about my mind goes in light of mayor hanky panky and and all that's been an issue as of late so i can understand that so i was thinking more broader bigger terms trade across borders with other countries who might have a different standards of labor and environmental protections and things is it is it good for government to protect a standard of.
"hanky panky" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Forty degrees in your corrupted immoral mayor hanky panky needs to get a spanky city my home city my beloved city of denver colorado and i was so ready yesterday to come in here all fired up and excited about a potential game changing moment in the president trump presidency and in the future and direction of our country with regard to mayor hancock man oh man the the hits just keep on coming and craig silverman will have in studio i'm sorry inst not necessarily in studio but he will have on his show nine o'clock fresh out of the gate sean wayne because attorney for leslie branch wise and so man who knows what else is gonna come out of that there's new information about limousine rides thousand dollar plus limousine rides that didn't go to the department of education where they were supposed to go they went somewhere else will there be more women who come out will there be more scandal will be immorality and the cover up that appears to be getting more and more complicated and more and more facets will we get to the bottom of it never fear the justice league at seven ten kanye asses here and on the story and we are going to talk with lisa called her own around seven o'clock who is really been a a great ally in pushing back on this cover up for mayor hancock in the city of denver and the builders and everybody else to tell you about the second round of the times up handcock rally but as far as yesterday goes i was so so excited in the morning when i saw a tweet from president trump that said he might veto this amnon the omnibus absolutely i hate to use the word abortion of a bill but that's how ugly it is that's how nasty it is that's how damaging it is for your kids and your grandkids and more importantly in the short not more importantly necessarily but more in your face more just around the corner this could be it for the trump presidency the house of representatives is now at risk when i saw the tweet yesterday from president trump that said i may veto this bill i thought we were about to see president donald j trump elevate his presidency to this level seen in the senate budget committee this past week was a disappointing when i think for the.