18 Burst results for "Hannah King"

"hannah king" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"hannah king" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Instead of bold call he was bald call and he was bald in the picture and he asks asked him his views on Bitcoin and why he so disinterested in it. So I'm kind of curious to hear your thoughts. So I'm not all disinterested interested in decentralized finance crypto currencies more importantly smart contracts Cetera I am disinterested in Bitcoin. I could certainly be wrong in Bitcoin and there've been many times in the past where I've told people as I was uncertain as to the path that Bitcoin is going to follow that they should get themselves to neutral right effectively own enough bitcoin so that if it became the story than they were successful and if it didn't work, they weren't killing themselves hard for people to do effectively they do it all the time and trading it's what I call go to neutral and It basically means I take a position, but it's position that doesn't matter, and so I'm not spending my time. Hannah King Am I gonNA miss out my going to lose a crazy amount of money buying into the stupid idea cetera right? I've become much more comfortable with the idea that I don't think bitcoin is going to work and I think the entire focus of Bitcoin was on let's create an alternative in the aftermath of two thousand eight to the US dollar or jeff currencies and the presumption in two thousand, eight I think it was very straightforward the governments were going to become weaker. The, governments were going to lose control. And I think the data suggests the exact opposite. The governments are becoming stronger and if governments are becoming stronger, yes you'll see some defectors. You'll see a Swiss canton decide hey, we're gonNA take bitcoin right? Well, but they don't tell you is they also take rubles, right? So like they don't actually care this is the equivalent remember where they are geographically and what they represent. Their to say as fine as long as we can convert it back into Swiss francs. Were perfectly happy to take on consider that a victory actually consider that a market weakness when people like hey, look at the Swiss Anton right so in just really simple terms do I think we're GonNa move to digital assets will move away from paper money do I think that that will facilitate being continued strength in growth of governments as a force in our lives? Absolutely, and do I think that there's possibly a role for something like bitcoin effectively as the fraud phone cards of the late nineties if you're in Mexico or Venezuela sure it functions as the money laundering tool you're in Venezuela, you can use subsidize electricity to try to effectively mine for gold in an artisanal fashion. You see the same thing in Zimbabwe where farmers were unable to produce stuff on their farms bill and try and find grains of gold in the Zambezi river. But it's the same thing. It's not a meaningful component of the economic system. You mentioned decentralized financed Mike, what.

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"hannah king" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:11 min | 3 months ago

"hannah king" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"hannah king" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"hannah king" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Many students already arrived on campus, even though delays in covert testing pushed classroom teaching back a week until next Monday. I'm actually pretty excited about it. I'm ready to get back into the swing of things. That's Hannah King, a grad student studying business. She feels safe here. So does NASA. Not like going to like other public places where people aren't really being safe? Like here? Everyone's actually keeping their masks on, and they're really enforcing it. Roger Star in 10 10 wins in New Rochelle. New York State continues to see good numbers when it comes to covert 19 in his daily Cove. In 19 conference call. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the state conducted 54,000 tests in the last 24 hours of which 476 were positive. That is a great number for us. Almost says Just two people died in the last day. And while he wants that number to be zero, I think all New Yorkers should feel very Satisfied with the progress we've been making. He also said hospitalizations have reached a new low since the start of the pandemic. Correspondent Mark Malard, New Jersey governor, Murphy says the numbers are going in the right direction. After rising slightly for about a week in his state. He was quick to add that doesn't mean you can leave your mascot home or join a crowd. I am Patton. Others here are going to give everyone a chance to do the right thing. If we have to shut places down to protect public health. Then we will consider this your warning before you go out drinking this weekend. Another day, another video of a customer angry about having to abide by a stores mask policy. Here's a clip from Twitter purportedly at a King Cullen supermarket in Massapequa. Video shows a woman without a mass getting into it with an employee who is not shown..

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"hannah king" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"hannah king" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Many students already arrived on campus, even though delays in covert testing pushed classroom teaching back a week until next Monday. I'm actually pretty excited about it. I'm ready to get back into the swing of things. That's Hannah King, a grad student studying business. She feels safe here. So does finances not like going to like other public places where people aren't really being safe, like Here. Everyone's actually keeping their masks on, and they're really enforcing it. Roger Star in 10 10 wins in New Rochelle, New York State continues to see good numbers when it comes to covert 19. His Daily Cove in 19 conference call. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the state conducted 54,000 tests in the last 24 hours of which 476 were positive. That is a great Number for us. Cuomo says Just two people died in the last day. And while he wants that number to be zero think all New Yorkers should feel very satisfied with the progress we've been making. He also said hospitalizations have reached a new low since the start of the pandemic Correspondent Mark Malard. New Jersey governor, Murphy says the numbers are going in the right direction. After rising slightly for about a week, he was quick to add. That doesn't mean you can leave your mascot home or join a crowd. I am Patton. Others here are going to give everyone a chance to do the right thing. If we have to shut places down to protect public health. Then we will consider this your warning before you go out drinking this weekend, another day, another video of a customer angry about having to abide by a stores mask policy. Here's a clip from Twitter purportedly a king come in supermarket in massive Piqua. Video shows a woman without a mask, getting into it with an employee who was off camera.

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"hannah king" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"hannah king" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Go to embark that dot com and use promo code Talk to get $50 off a breed and health care that's embark. Vet dot com Promo code talk to save today. A heat advisory is in effect for the city and nearby suburbs through eight o'clock on Wednesday evening. The weather really field temperatures will be in the 100 to 105 degree range each afternoon. Only dropping to about 80 at night. Good afternoon. I'm Larry Cantor wins news time at the tone to 30 Good afternoon. I'm Sonia Rincon, Today's back to school Day for college and what Wass the epicenter of one of the nation's earliest covert out. Sitting in the heart of New Rochelle. Iona was one of the first schools to close its campus in March. Then came the wish to reopen Diana Costello says administrators say serious question Could we institute policies that would help protect the safety and health of our students? And we've worked really hard to make sure that we could do that social distancing a daily health monitoring check, using a mobile app to track symptoms. Increase spacing and classrooms. Many students already arrived on campus, even though delays in covert testing pushed classroom teaching back a week until next Monday. I'm actually pretty excited about it. I'm ready to get back into the swing of things. That's Hannah King, a grad student studying business. She feels safe here. So does finances not like going to like other public places where people aren't really being safe, like here. Everyone's actually keeping their masks on and they're really enforcing it. Roger started 10 10 wins in New Rochelle. Governor, Cuomo said today to write 476 new positive cases in New York State yesterday and.

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"hannah king" Discussed on F**ks Given

F**ks Given

04:22 min | 5 months ago

"hannah king" Discussed on F**ks Given

"All was going seemingly well until I turned the light on a condom to our horror, my bed was covered in blow shit. My girlfriend who I showed in the morning described it as a mix between the Japanese flag and seen from. Beautiful fucking poet. The Guy ran ran out without even asking if I was. Thinking it was my period. Leaving me Hannah King the next day I went to the doctors and found out that he had torn a three centimeter Gash in my labia why fought the only explanation behind being his nails or a ring? The alcohol massive numbed me to all of at the time. I never had the chance to tell him that he was the one he caused it and it wasn't a crazy period. I wasn't telling him about I also found out the next day that he had broken with his longtime girlfriend that morning off party. Then became quite symbolic. Horrific fought or the go I mean that's that's fairly normal. We've all bled during sexpert. I think for a lot of women and especially men because we're so used to bleeding law we bleed a law every month for most of us. So Guy, he's that much blood they can free cow and also we I mean, we don't know if he had blood phobia or something. Reminds me of my story is a little bit. It's a fun story. No. I duNno, she's probably a little bit embarrassed. But It seems like she's embarrassed. Mobile at the fact that he couldn't tell him that it wasn't period like as if she should be ashamed of the fact that it could be a period, you know superior or not like. He. Didn't give the option ready to say anything like just literally ditch ditched about North Oh that is not good at university. So students so they young, he just broke up with his girlfriend. So he was like now we cannot confuse dozen. No he doesn't know how to treat a woman that is on her period are because he thought it was the period of its edited. Believe he like managed to like create this? Gosh in her labia like. Rough was. Gash. Is Unreal. Definitely being fingered before so much that they've caught the somewhere on the inside night bled. Yeah. The point where it's been pouring out of me. The bedsheets I you. That's a hard thing to do. But then again, I have seen a banjo string get torn a common but. Like. from em for freedom that I had to cut once one once what? Yeah and dominate trich session. ooh. Leaves a not yet bleeds. Along. The penis is in good answer. There's a Lotta blood going anywhere yet. That bleeds not. Just like normally if it's really dry. Yeah I mean if someone wanting it for sexual pleasure, that's so interesting I. Blood loads because. She was turned on not there was loads of bird in that area. I think. You just have more fragile genitals like what you were saying about yours where you fled law and you've had that. Ballistic Hematoma and that other people are they vaginas believe really resilient in. Some some noses have nose bleeds in some nobody's thank. Goodness of your skin and stuff. So yeah, that's I mean it's probably normal. Normal but just it's really unfortunate. You've got gashed out. So exactly that's unfortunate bit. Actually damage to your Labor I heard that it heals every sexual experience. Was Not as bloody. Unfortunately it's time for us to fuck. Roxy is being such a pleasant. Being your stories have been amazing. Incredible and Muhammad. Curious, focus find..

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Coronavirus spurs fears of supply shortages

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

02:50 min | 11 months ago

Coronavirus spurs fears of supply shortages

"It's time to the barricades our weekly call to action for a maniacs listeners. Namie what would we making anti riot? Shields out of been leads this week. I think it's a literal barricade this week isn't it because of self quarantining any sniffle so seriously though not in terms of Checking on old people necessarily because of the virus but more in terms of supplies. There's been a shortage of all sorts of supplies already. People have Hannah King. And it's difficult to get out of hand sanitizer and Lou role and all these things that the government telling us we need. So if you've got an elderly neighbor would suggest just offering go to the shops to make sure that they got some stuff maybe share your stuff with them and then one MP earlier this week said the Mason. School thing. People can do if they haven't already done so is to get the flu job because then if you do get poorly you know it's not the normal free and that sort of a good way of knowing whether or not you've just got typical standard flew over your symptoms are potentially related to credit of ours so really need to keep healthy remains needs to be there fighting the good fight grit some through even if you had the job yeah yeah but It certainly seems to be some of the advice that that Public Health England have done in briefings to the. Mp's there now passing onto people which is get through job so at least you know that you ruled that one out and if you're getting poorly then it may well be west getting checked out for the colonel and so really very. It seems trivial advice. But it's not a real flu. People involved was the because those industries being wrecked. Basically from people not wanting to go out with things let alone book fair being canceled centimeters Who is basically like if you do air anywhere link tip generously be aware that actually there are a lot of economic consequences of this even at this early stage of just a lot of people that sort of thing and if you can just sort of Yeah help a little bit and chuck a bit more money. That's true a hotel. I was speaking to a song of the week. He's got lots of hotels across London and he was saying that the day the person was found to have coronavirus at the conference at the key to center by three scare now that occupancy rates dropped from about ninety percent twenty two percents in a couple of days had a huge impact almost immediately. I'm big companies like Google have bound all international travel for staff implementing work from home policies. Almost immediately it's not just you know. Wait to sell corentin if you're feeling poorly but everyone quarantine themselves as much as they can already and of course they're not has other economic impacts people not buying their coffee on the day to work. Nope finding out started deserve all all out massive

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"hannah king" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:29 min | 1 year ago

"hannah king" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"You know what's great plot? You're already started with a chip on your shoulder. I is I guess, that's kind of if I attack I then Aubrey, thank you so much for coming in. You were here half hour late. And I'm sure that couldn't have poorly early. I'm sorry. Yes, we were on time but you were a half hour early. And so that's certainly could have helped with the chip being early. I to be a good ten minutes. Late ten minutes late. Okay. Now we on this show, talk a lot about people with me. So phony a- most me, so phony. Yes, it like me, so Honiara. It's a it's a genetic. No, it's a couple of photographs. Boy, you really, really have your guard up Hannah king. Wow. Like it. Well, I was watching a bunch of clips of Aubrey before we came here and you guys have a similar thing in that. You're both funny and cute. But you're fucking brats, let your both brats. That's pretty much don't mind you. Any of your house? Yes. And then Monica will go step further. She will yell at her. Parents at full volume. Alec thirty one in storm up to her room and shuts down. That is true people have me so phony, they get. I don't know whether they get nauseous, they get very angry. They get irrationally angry win the here, people chewing food, and before this, I would have said, that's horse shit. You're just an intolerant person. But on twenty three and me if you go get Twenty-three, meet, it'll tell you, if you have the genetic marker for me, so phony, it's a real genetic thing. So I've become more, maybe I should look, you see if you have me. So why no. You don't because you were just chewing into the microphone in bothering by the ASM are kind of thing where I kinda like sounds like that. You do like a Martin will you watch those YouTube videos? Do you have a favorite? I like ASMAR, darling. She does a lot of like, oh, rubbing her. Like, like shell on differently close like this one is really soft. Oh, wow. Heels like this. Do you experience the U, fauria, people talk about that love ASMAR? It's not like euphoric reaction for me. It's more like a Transi like 'cause I have like I'm thing. I knew with my heroin, I've done this before of, like I would be a loop in the night make this hunt. Oh, I do in my ear like all day long like a self soothing thing. But it's like I like little sounds like we'll tell me if you like this. First of all, can you please close? Your eyes for one second. This is what I think it sounds like when people walk through a forest, okay? Do you know what it was? No. It's my cared. It's thirty your hair thing it's quite some almost identical. It's pretty much the same thing because you're generating that noise you like it. And then when I generated, it's sick. That's what he thinks. Why not like it? Okay. So want you to know I like. A had anyone here that appeared appeared, I'm saying appeared in quotes to not want to be here as much you. I'm here when you talk about guy tell your face. You're from Delaware, most people that I meet when they find out from Delaware say, like what you're the first person I've ever met from door. And I'm like you know what? I've heard that a lot yet. Any no what I wanted to tell you that. And then I thought maybe she's heard that a lot. Yeah. Mama's a lawyer, which in nineteen Eighty-four. I think that's pretty cool. Is she a lawyer then when you're born? No, my parents are really young. They have me when they were twenty and they both came from nothing. So they would like you know hustled their way through the eighties and for your dad's Puerto Rican. Yeah. Yeah. He's, he's not he wasn't born in Puerto Rico. Oh, parents were but he was not. So, okay. He was born in Philly. So he grew up in Philly. So he would fill my Phillies stereotype more than my. Oh, yeah. Okay. What would is Phillies like go get a cheese steak, you know it's gonna tough. It's almost New York. It's like you know doing it. I don't know. Yeah, sure that's my family. Does that? What exactly what your dad sounds like? Now, he was from Philly was mom also know my mom is from Delaware, she grew up in Delaware. And then they met at West Chester university, which is in Pennsylvania. They both worked at while on my mom's a manager wa wa wa wa. Oh my gosh. Well, no. That's what children will call water sometimes like babies. Walmart, exactly. Oh, my wa wa wa was like gas stations like mini mart. Okay. Like, like a circle K a seven eleven seven eleven but it's like a very secret version of that on in the area where I grew up like people are really obsessed with wa wa like coffee, while iced tea, while was sandwiches, lots of things happen in parking lot. While I was just gonna say, in high school, did you guys chill parking lot? We ask so, yeah, yeah, since I grew up, there's now they're super Wala's really big kind of like Wala's on crack does just the little thrills of Delaware. Yeah. I grew up in Wilmington, which is the northernmost city in Delaware. It's the only town that has a city city is the biggest one. Oh, the capital. But it's the biggest one that most of the people have up there at Delaware, you can drive through the whole state from top to bottom in two hours home. Like, once you get out of Wilmington, e start getting into. Rural farms, but it's all along the coast. So it's like very weird mix of chicken farms, and the beach. Right. All the beach towns gets, like crazy, spring break, e typo. Yeah. Okay. With the jersey shore flavor it's not like the jersey shore is a good different vibe. It's a little more closer to, like, Maryland. Like OGSM ocean city all the kids go down to the beach every summer. I mean you just do it. That's what people saw just do that. And what kind of high school student where you were like, class president? So you were outgoing I presume. Right. You have to be out going to be the class president. Yeah. I went to an all girls Catholic school. And I was very busy all the time. You were very until out of clubs intrinsically motivated or you were college bound in wanted extracurricular things on your resume was a little bit of both. I guess I was in the four H pergram were. Yeah. So I you had cattle or chicken. That's the thing about four, h is up people project, this agricultural agenda onto, you know, but I, I grew up outside of the city so we focused on community service. I started that clubbing was eight years old. So from very early on. I was always like very busy doing stuttered. It's almost like a kind of like conjoining girl scouts or girl scouts girl scouts like sock in girl scouts, her the enemy. I'ma I think Misanthrope at Har my wife has opened my eyes to a lot of things and I now I'm way more available to help with things, but certainly not in high school. I could have given us shit about helping anybody. So I'm just curious. You were naturally drawn to help people or you were drawn to someone being proud of you for having done that I was just thrown in very early into a very intense club where my four h leader really, really hard on us. Oh, it was just, like, what I did, we would have the project books that we'd have to finish every year that we're really insane. Like by the time. Am I graduated high school Iraq, up thousands and thousands of hours of community service? It was just like part of my in. Did you enjoy? Yeah. Yeah. I still do I went back to Delaware two weeks ago and did a community service project with local for each club. Really? So I think you're maybe just nice. I also grew up kind of like in a very, very Catholic kind of environment. My school that I went to the motto is Cervia, which means to serve in Latin, that was just my upbringing you serve help in. Do you think in retrospect, are you grateful? You went to an all girls school. I imagine there's pros and cons to that. I mean I like to it's not for everyone like my middle sister did not go to Ursuline. She decided to go. The co Ed school was so you could have chosen. I could have chosen to go to the co Ed school in dollar. Those are private schools, because the public school system is kind of a rack there. And so there's a ton of private schools in different options and stuff. I went to Hurson since fourth grade until, like after middle. School is like you decide if you want to stay or if you want to leave, and I liked it. So I stayed. But Manali didn't stay my other sister stayed. Right. And they were cool with that Bernadette Dave. Oh, yeah. Bernadette was a lawyer, she had you at twenty and she became a lawyer. She's a pretty impressive human being my parents came from, like nothing. My dad grew up in like a pretty bad neighborhood in Philly in the you know, they didn't have any money when I was born we lived in the one bedroom apartment in bad area. You know, my dad kind of wolf of Wall Street style, like God into like the stock market and stuff. He like didn't even graduate college. He became a traitor, and I mean as a stock trader stock. Like a stock not Maryland t. We worked for Maryland, Maryland. So I think that, that mentality was burned into my brain. It's so weird. Is once you said, Philly, I was like, Bradley Cooper's from Philly and Cooper in his dad worked for Merrill, Lynch. Yes. Me bradley. I'm just sitting here thinking you guys have so much, but he became successful at that. Yeah. He yeah. Oh, yeah. He's crushing. He's a real go-getter. He is charmer. Okay. He's a hustler my mom has eight brothers and sisters. Oh, my goodness, when she was eight years old, her mom grandmother, had, like a mental breakdown on her. Dad died and the five of them that were under eighteen went to an orphanage in new castle, Delaware. And it was a very bad orphanage. It was run by these corrupt nuns that were very abusive. And it was a bad situation. And my mom's third grade teacher fell in love with my mom and wanted to dot my mom take her out of the orphanage. But my mom had four brothers and sisters with her in was like, I can't even my brothers sisters. So this woman Dorothy, she adopted all five of them. No. And then her and her husband, had their own four biological kids. Oh my nine again and Dorothy. Woo was pregnant with her last biological. Kid when my mom was pregnant with me, so young. And so. So I was raised by my parents, obviously. But like also by grandma north foster grandparents so is kind of thrown into this other kind of foster situation, and my aunt brigid, who's your right? But I'm a month older than her, but we grew up like sisters and I was kind of grew up in that household a lot. They were the ones that put me in the four H program like parents that did that it was, like I got, you know, because they were working burned. So my foster grandparents raised me a lot. So I was kind of like grown in with all these super Irish Catholic kids, I went to competitive Irish dancing as a kid. But, you know, I'm the Jake or the repeal dance competitive riveting. And you did it. Oh, yeah. Did you enjoy that shoot her? No, I don't know. I mean I wasn't very good. I was it was a very strange kind of thing because I'd be like doing river dance, and then I would go to, like my dad's family and there'd be like, salsa dancing, the kitchen. You know, those are very different kinds of dancing river dance. You're not supposed to move your arms. It's very like awkward. You just move your legs. And then and then I would go to these hump Titians, they're called fetishes, and I would wear the traditional thing, and there'd be like leprechauns. Okay. So good. So Monica was nervous that the leprechaun is a bit dicey for Irish people. Is that what it was? No. You're talking about appropriate cultural procreation on Cinco de Maya which I understand, I was like, are we appropriating on Saint Patrick's Day? And I said, no, not appropriation, because it's about leprechauns said, which I. I think everyone's still pretending they're Irish that day ruins pretending to have the luck of the Irish I don't know, when you would bounce back and forth between the Irish side and then dad's Puerto Rican family were you drawn to one more than the other eyelid say the Puerto Ricans were definitely more. I don't know. I'm very much like classic older child. Very split down the middle mom dad, but I would say, like I feel very connected to the Puerto Rican set, but I'm very Irish too. I mean there's just what acohol on both sides. Now back to the all girls high school where you bummed out there was no guys there. I actually liked not having guys there because it's a distraction, you know, but I think looking back on it, now it probably did color, my interactions, because guys to me were like thinking about one thing, you know, 'cause like there was one class in the morning that you could take where we would swap with our brothers school age, like AP English. Everyone wanted to get into that class, because guys in the class, I never got into that class, but, you know, I would walk in the hallway and look through the window peak than they are. And like, you know, so I'm definitely like probably fucked up by that. Well, the I had one experience, where I went with a friend who went to this school, Saint Mary's which was all boys, Catholic school, my friend, Jay, rob. He took me as a guest one day. When I was immediately struck by was that the dudes did not come their hair. They hadn't showered dudes farted in class, openly.

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"hannah king" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

Call Her Daddy

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"hannah king" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

"My God. I'm a little helpless, and I have a cold is going to turn girls on. Absolutely. And they think it's. Like, the maternal mother fuckers were expected to be. But you being like I feel sick. I will call. I'm like then deal with it. And let me when you're fucking dick isn't sick L. But I don't give about your Nolan any. I don't care about it. Be a man. Yeah. He's wanting the girl to be like can I come bring you soup. No finds ubereats. I don't give a fuck. Go to the doctor go home for for your mom to take care of you, all I care about your dick taking care of me. The candler Pires will not be showing up. Good little bit. Haired, you my God get out of my favorite. So. Yeah. The fuck out of here, we got shit guys. Okay. Back in high school. My parents bought a small hot tub for the outside of our cabin summer. Twenty seventeen. I invited my boyfriend at the time to come up with my family for the weekend up at the lake. My parents are crazy about leaving me alone with him. So they were very serious about seeing a about a sleeping in other rooms while my parents went to bed me and him decided to go in the hot tub and chill for a bit. Of course, things got heated, and we started having sex in the hot tub he was on top of me. And while we were having sex. I put my foot up, and it fell into the drain. My foot got stuck with the water pressure. I wasn't able to get it out of the drain. I kept telling him to stop. So we can get my foot out before my parents came out. But he was so. So into it. He thought I was talking to him. And he tried to flip me over and. No, I'm fucked me from behind, but it ended up twisting my foot, and I have multiple broken bone in my I was screaming s- from so much pain. My parents came out and saw me and my boyfriend naked fucking in my fucking hot tub with me having a broken foot. Now think studying dude that is a I went I thinking about him flipping her over and her Krankl. Oh my God. And how do you recover from that? There's nothing I can do we've had in the past two when you're like, stop stop stop. And he's like, hey, loves it. She loves it. Alex. We're the queens of dirty talk. I have said some horrible filthy to knack. I'm pretty sure my foot was stuck. I'd be like my foot is stuck in the Dray. Maybe you'd like to drain you fill up your drain. Oh, it's like if he's that is dirty talk. You saying that your foot a second, drew? I think she was Hannah king. And so she just kept saying stop stop stops. Okay. He was like. Oh fuck. Yes. Dude. I'm so sorry for your foot. And I can't imagine you have to your naked, your parents come out at least the water, you could try to sink into and like cover, Nick. At least you're not just out in the open to drain the hot tub with the entire fuck. Fucking five higher department. I'm so sorry. Daddy, that sucks. Okay. Go ahead. Okay. I'm going to address the sock thing that talked about a couple episodes ago. Eight is a real thing. It is a real thing girls better orgasms when they have socks. On that. I do. In fact, this dotting member road in. She said the sock thing is real I'm always cold. So when I don't wear socks the bloods, rushing to my feet. Oh, the idea is was SOX is now you're warm. So it allows more blood flow to your clip vaginas. You have a better orgasm. It also helps people with a safety thing. Allowing them to be more comfortable, and therefore you're not in your head anymore. You can come. So it's like a comforting things as mazing the blood flow. And the comforting thing why I'm taking a daddy members thing as if she's a doctor.

"hannah king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"hannah king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Jaybird is my aunt you say the Jay bird. But anyway, and I hate that. Don't you wanna don't ever call me Jaber? Anyway. Hey, start to take off the spanks. And I'm rolling them up. Lift up one arm, and I get the spanks over my armpit shoulder. I lift up my other arm, and I'm stuck. Not move the spanks anymore, and I start to panic because you know, how when you a ring stuck on your finger, and you can't pull it off. And you get repair a year like paralyzed little on you. Trying to take a shirt on a guy in the shirt. Yes. I am now. Mike are stuck in the air. I am naked and the spanks the spanks has rolled on my, and I can't do anything. I can't lower my arms anybody else in the house. But you there is nobody in my house. I had to get on the four on my carpet Ida carpeted room. Had you get on the carpet. Naked friction. Roll roll. Gas out of I'm rolling back, and I'm going back and forth like a a rolling pin? And I'm trying to. All the spanks over my shoulders. And I'm I'm feeling the rug burn. Squiggling scissors incite. No, and my arms are still up in the air. And now, my arms are falling asleep. And all of a sudden, I hear my friend. Who is my neighbor who knew where my secret key was I hear her in the basement go Jason I'm here now. Out. I am making. Making already oh Hannah king, I have rug burn. Now, I've rug burn on my. But I applaud burn on my shoulder blades and on my lower back because I'm trying to create I'm trying to get motion wiggle out of their digging digging my shoulder blades into the carpet to try to push the spanks that it's now cut the Spinks are so tight around my shoulder blades area that it's I might my arms are now falling Jason every time. I look at your Jason show picture now. I'm ahead. I know. Was I gotta tell ya. I still. The confined space and just feeling like you can't get out of. There was all fall awful. I think about the feeling and I get uncomfortable. It was. Yeah. Hey, guys. Reenact that video let you take it back. They love it. I kept it.

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"hannah king" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"hannah king" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Seventeen as of tonight. There are seventeen investigations on the president of the United States with Robert Mueller and his team special prosecutors leading the way, and so if you're Donald Trump you've got to ask yourself, the dirty Harry question, you gotta ask yourself. The question that Clint Eastwood told the bad guys in dirty, Harry that they had to ask themselves. Do I feel lucky Donald Trump has to ask himself? Do I feel lucky because think about how lucky Donald Trump is going to have to be to survive seven teen investigations, Donald Trump has probably felt lucky most of his life. But he didn't feel lucky one is clinic city casinos are going bankrupt. And certainly didn't feel lucky when he was approaching a trial in the Trump university case, which he avoided by paying twenty five million dollars to the former Trump university students who accused him of fraud. So Donald Trump knows what it is to not feel lucky. Easy. But until now he did not know what it felt like to be the subject of seventeen investigations. And he's certainly tweeting like a man who doesn't feel lucky. He's tweeting like a panicked. President think about those words together a president of the United States who is Hannah king a panicked president Donald Trump's strategy to try to prove to the world that he is not panicking is to send the strangest presidential lawyer in history on TV to save profoundly strange things here is Rudy Giuliani. Trying to say trying to say that the president will not agree to an interview with the special prosecutor. But is that what he actually ends up saying? No way. No interview view a joke over my dead body. But you know, I could be dead. I could be dead. If you're rhetorical skills. Are so limited that you find yourself using the over my dead body construction to express your opposition to something. Or just how unlikely it is that something will happen. You are never supposed to end that with I could be dead. That's the Giuliani touch. That's Giuliani magic. It's his way of saying. I have no idea what I'm saying. It took one hundred seventy years for Alan Bennett's brilliant play. The madness of George the third to arrive in London after the reign of King, George the third ended. It took a hundred and seventy years for London to sit down and take a good hard. Look at the madness of King George future. Alan Bennett's writing about the Trump year will be delivering the madness of Donald Trump to a Broadway stage much more quickly. And surely there will be. Dramatist or many who find the gold in the madness of Rudy Guiliani Guiliani will continue to be interviewed on television. And he will continue to create more problems for the president by saying things like Donald Trump was pursuing a deal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow all the way through the end of the presidential election campaign that statement was even more incriminating of Donald Trump than Michael Cohen's. Previous statement that he and Donald Trump were pursuing a deal in Moscow up to June of the campaign you that was incriminating enough. President Trump has the most inadequate team of presidential defense. Lawyers in history, they are mostly inexperienced, and there's only a few of them just a small handful. And when they started they thought their job was did fending the president in one investigation. Now, there are seventeen investigations we're going to need a bigger boat. We're going to need a big. Eager boat for all the lawyers. Donald Trump really needs to defend him in these investigations. He needs a minimum of seventeen lawyers. That's just minimum. And when the congressional investigations start next year when the democratic Democrats take over the house representatives, Donald Trump is going to need a lot more lawyers a lot more House Republicans had their final day of fun with former FBI director James Comey today closed door hearing that clearly infuriated James Comey who spoke to reporters as soon as it was over. Impact? President all Michael Cohen a rat. Somebody's operating with an investigation questions. How his office was raided by the undermines the rule of law. This is the president of the United States calling a witness who has cooperated with his own Justice department. A rent say that again to yourself at home and remind yourself where we have ended up. This is not about Republicans and Democrats about what does it mean to be an American. What are the things that we care about above our policy disputes, which are important?.

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"hannah king" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"hannah king" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Genetically was I just like my dad, and so this was absolutely validation. I needed to be three of my dad's shadow in that sense. Because when he was when he got his life sentence in a way, I kind of got my own life sentence, you know, dealing with aftermath of his crime. Did you deal with like I don't trust myself? To get close to people for a while until you found this out. What are the free of when I was a teenager at the time. And so that's really with call each feeding and then getting close to people and having to relay the news like, oh, by the way, my dad zero color like that's not an easy conversation to have. And then so get close to people, and then I had to reveal this to them 'cause this is years down after he was arrested. The news cycle moved on many different other topics. So some people didn't know about my dad, and and then having to tell them what's hard. So that was a that was a difficult part of this whole journey is just telling people so I was in hiding for a long time actually because when I first saw my dad after he was arrested and charged. I saw him in the jail. And he said the first thing he said to me was Missy my best advice is that you change your last name. And I did especially go into hiding change high schools. I I really try to avoid anything to do with my dad and tell it wasn't. So as a mom and had a daughter that really things started to change, and I needed to figure out how to tell my children eventually who their grandfather. And that's what got me to be where I'm currently out now, and I can't wait to talk about your podcast here in a couple of minutes. How did your dad hide this from his family? He's very compartmentalized and a lot of serial killers are pretty much cookie cutters themselves. So he's able to as chilling, and and creepy as it is she's able to commit a heinous murder like the and. Unspeakable things that you can do and then you can pick this up in their tickets to go get a burger compartmentalized it in his brain. And and that's probably lived, and that's how was able to function double life almost like Dr Jekyll Mr Hyde. When one personality is doing its thing. It's doing it with full autonomy. And then when the other personality is doing its thing. It's the same same way. Exactly. Were there things were were there things that triggered him to go and get another victim? Or was it just I think it was. Yeah, I believe so for me what I noticed with my father living with him is that he was a really generous person you would give and almost over again, if he wasn't appreciated or admired by women it would cause him to snap. And especially if rejection from women is when the squid this would come this other side of him would come to the surface. We're talking to Melissa Moore. She's the daughter of nineteen ninety s serial killer, Keith Jespersen. She has a podcast the happy face podcasts. Now, we're talking about that here in just a couple of minutes. But let's go forward to the meeting. You had with the son of your dad's last victim. What was that? Like. Yeah. Well, had wanted to meet him ever since I found out about my father's crimes because my mom, you know, going forward as a teenager. She went to divulge any details trust hold on. I think she's time protect us from the facts of the case. And so what I would do is go to the library. And I would go read their Gonen, and I would read the comments of dunk Finley the son of July Winningham what he had to say. And I remember one time reading that. My dad turned winked at him in the courtroom. And I was just appalled. And then I thought I one day I wanna meet him. And so now it several decades later, and I asked my producer is, you know, her name's Lauren. She's on the podcast. You'll hear her voice on podcast. I asked her like is there any way to reach out to Dom because this would be an remarkable for me if I could finally just talked to him and tell them how sorry I am which is not even anything. That could do any kind of Justice for what he's gone through. But I wanted to know I was sorry. And that if I would've known anything, I would have done something about it. And so he had agreed to meet with me. And then once he agreed to meet with me. I started Hannah king telling Laura like, we, you know, why does he want to meet with me? What does he want to say to me? Like what's going to happen? Does he wanna hurt me? I don't I don't know. Like what what does he would he want out of this meeting with me? And then it was the most remarkable meaning that I've ever had in my entire life. So there was forgiveness and friendship that came out of that. Absolutely. And I was able to hear the story of his mom, and he took me to the site where they found his mom. He was actually the one who had taken her at the Morgan. The the the degree from what he saw and how he had to deal with that. And then how he wanted to kill my dad, and and and how he tried to kill my dad in the courtroom. It was it was quite. Remarkable meeting in so many ways for him. And for me we both walked away with very different things for him. He actually lived his life under a new name after the trauma of losing his mom. He gave himself the name of LeRoy to get away from, you know, people asking about is murdered mom, and then for me, I went into hiding too. So I mean, I guess it's hard to go to detail of how how mazing meeting was. I don't know what episode it will come up in. But it's definitely on its way. And it was it changed my life. Wow. Joy to hear that your dad is still alive. Crown teasing and serving multiple life sentences in Oregon state penitentiary, so we'll never he'll never walk away. Yeah. What is your relationship with him? Like now. Well for years, he wrote me letters, and sometimes I would open them, and they would be just like normal day to day activities. I was like how he's working. He was working as a telemarketer, which is crazy that he's getting credit card information. Next time. You get a telemarketer in. Is about. Don't don't don't hang up on them. Like, the guys on the late night shows tell you you never know you never know. That was interesting. And then so it goes from things like that to really dark, and and creepy things and inappropriate things. He started explicit about different details. And so ever knew what getting in a letter. And so I just decided to just not read them all together. And then one of the final days of recording the podcast, I showed the letters to the producer. And I said, hey, you know, look at all these letters. I think I'm done accepting letters from dad. I don't even know why don't, you know, read them do them. And and then I was reading. I'm sitting on my bed waiting. I was looking at these letters waiting for our our next interview with a detective on the phone. And and so I started opening up on the letter. And that was I think that was a mistake because it was actually almost prophetic what was written in that letter because I was scheduled to meet with Docker Fallon. And in this letter. She said, you know, you're a monster. Just like me, I made you to be who you are. And that you're a killer just like me, and you need a doctor to evaluate you. I'm here. I just made this appointment with the doctor to me what was wrong with me. Is just so such a coincidence. You know, that this was the letter that I picked up out of all of them. And I I had my I think my first panic attack in a long time. But it was it was actually the final point where I read also that letter he talks about how did they control the media? How is able to control the narrative and the game this LeBron games played with people? And and for the first time after reading that letter, I saw truly how manipulated manipulated, and he is and how people to crap this persona of happy face. And how actually through the form of the podcast we were able to almost demystifying bring him back down from the grandiose monster that he made himself to you know, pathetic, man. Wow. Wow. And now, you're a recognized expert on trauma, domestic violence and serial killer. So you've channel this into helping other people and now telling your story in this. Amazing podcasts that is on iheart radio. And you get it in the iheart app. Tell me a little bit about the the happy face podcast. This podcast was filmed or recorded. I should say over this last summer, and it follows my intimate journey into going back into time to get the answers of what I've always, you know, all the questions that I've had which is why did my dad become a serial killer. And is it nature versus nurture? And how that you know, the real story between the detectors what they really witness versus my dad's story of events because up to this point. So he's been my dad's story and now hearing it from the source from the truth from the people who were there that detected it changed everything, and you know, revelations came forward and family secrets came out. And it was ultimately at the end, it changed my life cannot wait. This is available now on iheart dot com or about to be. Is it is currently out right now and the episode three just came out today. Perfect. Awesome. Looking forward to it. And we're looking forward to talking to you again in the future. It's Melissa more and the podcast called the happy face podcast is an iheartradio podcast, and you can check it out at I heart radio. I I'm not gonna lie creeped me out a little bit to say, we're going to do a podcast of that. So I'll get that up on the website. Also coming up at eleven thirty five I have exclusive audio. No. Yup. I have got sources everywhere. And we have just had delivered to the studio. Exclusive audio are they were in the room our microphones when Elizabeth Warren got her DNA tests back. Oh, and I have the audio eleven thirty five eleven thirty five NewsRadio eight forty W H AS. Tell me if this sounds like your house, it is wintertime, or it's getting colder. So the space heaters to pop out. Maybe it's a little bit kinda chilly in the bedroom or down in the basement, which is kind of your new man cave. But the ductwork doesn't quite do it or in the summertime you cook? In the kitchen that gets really hot. There's only one little fancy bring the fans out so using fans and space heaters this weird conglomeration of stuff to make your house comfortable, it doesn't have to be that way. There is a solution. That has ductless systems in air serve has those five six one double o double one.

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"hannah king" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"hannah king" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"That's four zero one three three three eight thousand. We're talking about what if today on the show, you might be asking. Well, what do you mean by a what f- well, I'm talking about different whatevs that have to do with our retirement savings and being effective in our financial strategies. And Jeff we've covered some of these what if so far what's another. What if that should be on our radar screen? Well, one of the big ones in my opinion is what if the market were to have. Substantial drop, and it stays there for a while. Now when we look back to the most recent most people just kind of focus on two thousand eight because that was down like thirty seven percent, but the market really started coming down in October VO seven and went down substantially went down through all eight and then continued down through early March of nine now when you look at the S and P five hundred for that eighteen month period. It lost two thirds of its value. That is a huge hit for anybody to take. So if you've got all of your retirement funds in the market directly at risk in the market Wilton. Maybe now's a real good time to take a peek it other alternatives that you may have to help avoid those big losses. When the market does have its next big correction. Now, we know it will likely happen. Nobody knows when let's let's be clear about that. You know, my crystal ball's been in the closet for a long time because. It just doesn't work. But there's no real value in looking at it is kinda out that so it's important to understand that market corrections are typical you know, and you should expect them you need to be positioned accordingly. A nice thing to do is to have a cash reserve. So if the market were to drop down severely, and that's where you were join your income from the new can shut that off and maybe draw down on your cash account instead. And that way, you're able to take care of what your what your financial needs are without invading the account that the market is taking down down value. Okay. So as I'm hearing you talk about the market year, saying stop Hannah king, right? Don't chase trends. Don't get worried when you flip on the news and everyone's in a tizzy, right? Exactly. Right. So it it's so important if you have a will Lido plan in the market corrects it really should not cause you to lose sleep. If you have a well, laid out plan just conceptually we like. To take a portfolio and split it in half half. We want invested in the market directly. So we can take advantage of those goods in the market put half of it. We want to have it in protected position. So if the market does drop substantially that half of your portfolio doesn't go down in value. So that's that's very important. And we do that by mixing insurance based products with investments, and we think that is the better way to go. And, you know, recently, Yale professor from Yale Roger Ibbotson, and if people follow the market the recognize his name because he's really a big name in the investment world came out with a report that showed that the bond alternatives that we use are the place that you should be considering placing your money as you go forward because of bonds having a negative impact with rising interest rates, which we know are happening. We've had increases already we're expecting more this year, we're expecting more next year. So I've been positioning like that for years. You know, I kind of joke and say, well, you know, Yale finally caught up with me..

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"hannah king" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"hannah king" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"That's four zero one three three three eight thousand. We're talking about what ifs today on the show. You might be asking. What do you mean by a what if well I'm talking about different? What if that have to do with our retirement savings and being effective in our financial strategies? Jeff, we've covered some of these what if so far what's another. What if that should be on our radar screen? Well, one of the big ones in my opinion is what if the market were to have. Substantial drop, and it stays there for a while. Now when we look back to the most recent most people just kind of focused on two thousand eight because that was like thirty seven percent, but the market really started coming down in October VO seven and went down substantially went down through all eight and then continued down through early March of oh nine now when you look at the S and P five hundred for that eighteen month period. It lost two thirds of its value. That is a huge hit for anybody to take. So if you've got all of your retirement funds in the market directly at risk in the market Wilton. Maybe now's a real good time to take a peek at other alternatives that you may have to help avoid those big losses. When the market does have its next big correction. Now, we know it will likely happen. Nobody knows when let's let's be clear about that. You know, my crystal ball's in the closet for a long time because. It just doesn't work. But there's no real value in looking at it is that. So it's important to understand the market corrections are typical you know, and you should expect them you need to be positioned accordingly. A nice thing to do is to have a cash reserve. So if the market were to drop down severely, and that's where you were drawing your income from the new can shut that off and maybe draw down on your cash account instead. And that way, you're able to take care of what your what your financial needs are without invading the account that the market is taking down down in value. Okay. So as I'm hearing you talk about the market, you're saying stop Hannah king, right? Don't chase trends. Don't get worried when you flip on the news and everyone's in a tizzy, right? Exactly. Right. So it's so important if you have a well Lido plan in the market corrects it really should not cause you to lose sleep. If you have a well, laid out plan just conceptually we liked. To take a portfolio and split it in half half. We want invested in the market directly. So we can take advantage of those good years in the market but half of it. We want to have it in protected positions with the market does drop substantially that half. Your portfolio doesn't go down in value. So that's very important. And we do that by mixing insurance based products with investments, and we think that is the better way to go. And, you know, recently, Yale professor from Yale Roger Ibbotson, and if people follow the market the recognizes name because he's really a big name in the investment world came out with a report that showed that the bond alternatives that we use are the place that you should be considering placing your money as you go forward because of bonds having a negative impact with rising interest rates, which we know are happening. We've had increases already we're expecting more this year, we're expecting more next year. So I've been positioning like that for years. So. I kind of joke and say, well, you know, Yale finally caught up with me..

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"hannah king" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"hannah king" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Root causes in terms of part of the villain right it's many of the people that are working in the lobbying sector i think the first part of what you talk about joe rather than it being a concerted push for for socialism while there are certainly many that would push for something like that it's more about how polarized the country has become and i think there are a variety of reasons for that but everybody lives in their own little echo chamber and it leads them to not really seek consensus and common ground and i think if people would actually determine what are the solutions to the real problems in the country a middle class leftwinger at a middle class right winger have a lot more in common with one another then a conservative ultra billionaire and a and a conservative so i think people need to make an effort to find common ground with people agree with and work towards that solution would ever use well said frankie perfect thank you elliot still holding i could see you just grab belly before we're going to again elliot good morning what's on your mind this morning good morning joe i just wanted to tell you start growing up i was growing up in brooklyn brooklyn and as kids it's appropriate to say on july fourth we as kid nine years old ten years old shit bottlerocket i lived there about three doors down name was fat tony beach chair the sanitation department guys can't pick up today they pick them up in the nineteen sixties steel have about two or three cases of m eighties guard is hannah king of beer and he was just like the good shooting off rockets bottle rockets you don't know where they go they go up down sideways noticing the bottle rocket hitting his house gets up out of the big big side tony yeah you want to come over here and when trump said that such memories from croton up as a child he got those things either new yorker with little rock it man that's where he got it from because tony said no oh that's i wonder hey elliot before you go what is it what's the bottle rocket i should know what that is what are you what's the bottle rocket jap lockets you by penny then i don't know even cheaper that coming up rose stay little rock if you shoot them off the football explode about sixty feet all right i got your jap rockets okay well at least it wasn't politically incorrect says good tony thank tell tony fat tony thank you i wonder if that was fat tony frankie that the fat tony i suspect it's more than just a coincidence eliot thanks six fifty seven piscopo boarding hey it's jersey joe would allen frank debbie's on the roads looking good morning debbie doing kid marnie few joe and let's take a spin here see what's happening on nine southbound by three oh one that's.

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"hannah king" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"hannah king" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"You're right now save space i wish i i wanted to a wanted and i wanted to to release the egg and toast i had earlier but i literally just had to pay and all of a sudden i flush my toilet and it starts overflowing i'm and i'm also late getting ready for your podcast this right now i'm putting makeup on all of a sudden might to it's overflowing all over my bathroom floor and i'm just like hannah king and so i call the guy updating and i was like you and might do it was a this is on you i was a cutie to buy plungered come over here right now infix and it was a 'cause i can't be into it now what do i do now it's overflowing freaked out i did know because i used to manage apart buildings to shut the water off in the back will tip if you ever fewer overflow someone's will it shut the water off it will make it go away i'm i'm sorry i have nearly lob in the back of of us he has i being but she again now i yeah i get i can say that i i just said but yet he he he he he did he idiot or my building he was a i don't think i did he he's a he's a 'cause i i paid attention this morale think i did and i just don't yet today you know whether you went number two in your significant others that authories saying he didn't notice the clog and he was like was probably just like a building issue with the pipes knows no it's not you did it and i was just being an asshole yeah and then i fixed it without a plunger you know what they the what i'm really taking away from the story is you be so he spent the night at your parliament and you got up at three in the morning and made.

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"hannah king" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"hannah king" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Twenty six most women are hannah king that they are not married yet special effects yeah why there and it out or not twenty sec clo there's a certain age with thirty thirty i'm like twenty sexier desperate at thirty at twenty six if you're single if you're a single at 26 you struck panicking that you're not going to have enough time to find some because you've got to think about you got to start dating that's going to take time than you gotta find the right person that's still going to take time by the time you're thirty hopefully you have a pretty steady boyfriend no offence if you don't then you're really probably in bad shape you don't have some had a series boyfriend or something 26 27 usurp panicking i mean think about it you got to find the right person you have it yet trust me katie we were all scared for you throw it sounds like a make out they ended at 26 what you will not mind but there were you you hear i mean you're not but there's eight at you hit where you're like oh why thought because enemy had like deals with gone our sister station six hundred pounds at it asked me about that aid you're going to ruin that number was thirty find somebody by thirty but an dog would take your mind i've dog did i got one from my 26 per se are you go right i think that's true think every woman i think a lot they don't sailor and they're desperate i 26 i think they think oh i'm over twenty five different under twenty five you're okay because he i mean for most people as your mormon you get married to s two months or whatever right but like you have you're going to be 28 when i thirty if everything goes well antihiv thing to what gets i'm not saying your daddy handling it at what search push how last year i'm not saying you're desperate 26 i'm to us thanks to shut panicking at 26 you come desperate by thirty i'm glad that you guys seemed to really have a hold on the female brand not but we are here to help because you need the help i all aren't doctors ph d's nature may well imai alien life don't settle necessarily but you know a lot of these women they miss out on a lot of opportunities 'cause they don't open their minds up and give things.

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"hannah king" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"hannah king" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"Sources they've got to get out of there you know and he get goes into the next courage and he thinks he can here a boeing boeing sound cusp of my boeing boeing put on board mir then he sees the dunlop churn a stretch show into the gang way there she is fat loss he thinks he runs up birdie gets a shock he eight earned a it's the big lesson tower we and she say in crisply fraud doak lots of it that must be what was driven by griot and the little dog onto the terbal is the one with the boeing boeing button who's pressing of ongoing button and he says i excuse me madam whereas this chain going she says stoke is this dope fucking still are you kidding me still stalk has got a fucking churn stationed beside not likened to swear and then he is a voice senna low to him as the bulk who took the cell faith and he shows him steve forbes proud of it and steve noises does a trend leaving just behind him on the four whoa and looking out of the back window is casper right together it you know when he took the selfie bridas shredding leaving shared loss a says omar throw pudding bits says stave do you know why that trans going in amman says inverness in it inverness in scotland scotland scotland discount chain stations all casper my love what am i going to do is this an assault walnuts them in a fire he can i just say before you ask about reminded me quite a lot of an episode of inside number nine malay at mid you think you're nominee laughs both forbid you fig afco got your well i was hoping you might say it was a bailout briefing countable nan irish and care i'll tell you what the up the platform platform man and a hannah king's cross often stand in march the q and the crowds stabbed get in the photos taken a try in the scarf judo i always think much and all the fucking jim's on us gov.

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