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Los Angeles tourism and hotels take serious hits from pandemic
"The hotels are doing. Industry called Leisure and Hospitality is a huge economic driver in greater L. A. It employs a lot of folks you probably know And of course, a lot of those jobs have gone away. Some of those jobs may never come back after this pandemic. The Times reports that one in four hotels Struggling to pay their mortgage and is at risk of foreclosure. Adam Burke is president and CEO of the tourism and Convention. Bored and Heather Roseman is executive director of the Hotel Association of Los Angeles. Welcome to you above Thanks so much, Steve. It's great to be on. Good morning, Heather. I want to start with you. First of all, how many hotels Does the greater Los Angeles area have The greater Los Angeles area has a combination of hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts somewhere in the neighborhood of about 1200. Do they all have to close those hotels? When everything Shut down. I'm thinking back in Middlemarch. When Ella did the stay at home orders or did some hotels managed to stay open because business was still happening, right? The hotel industry was deemed an essential business. At the beginning of the pandemic. We were working to service a couple of government projects, starting with the state of California, looking for rooms to have passengers that were disembarking from cruise ships quarantine for 14 days. From there. We started working with the L. A county to find rooms for covert isolation as well as what then evolved into Project Room Key. So that's something that we're going to talk about in a few moments here on this program, are you starting to see some of those hotels reopen again? Our people venturing out arm or tourists coming back to L. A. I mean, what kind of numbers are you seeing there? During the outside of the pandemic. Hotels did suspend operations in many cases, not knowing exactly whether or not they were allowed to be open. As of last week. We still have 38 hotels that are are closed and we're not sure if those are going to be a temporary or permanent closure, but during the pandemic 157 hotels Did shut down. Initially We are starting to see some of that leisure travel returned to the market. But as we see the occupancy rates rise, we have to consider that the hotels are still operating at a very limited crew. As thie bookings are still only about 50% maximum. Adam occupancy rate, obviously is an important number. You just heard Heather's say, 50%. What's what's the occupancy rate typically in Allah? Well, First of all, I like to reiterate what Heather said. Which is, you know, this has really been devastating for our industry with a lot of your listeners may not realize Steve is prior to the pandemic. Our leisure and hospitality sector was actually the third largest employer in Los Angeles County, representing about one out of every 8.5 jobs across the county. So While we've seen job loss of about one out of every three jobs in leisure and hospitality that's been even more dramatic for the hotel's prior to the pandemic, though, to your question we were seeing average occupancy is in the city about 83% and, you know, Fortunately, we started to see some gradual recovery. But that had declined to his low is about 20% with a lot of hotels, actually sitting in the single digits Right now we're seeing occupancies that are in the 40% range, and it really to your point is being fueled by locals. It's really Angelino starting to safely and responsibly. Get out and take staycations right here in their own backyard. I want to. I want to talk about that, because one of the things that you guys have been doing I know is pushing more Angelenos. To go out and stay in local hotels. If you're able to how do you suppose did I mean it? Is there a conflict with you guys? When you say Well, we want you to go stay at a hotel. But there is this pandemic still happening. Yeah, it's a great question. So the first of all, I will say we've actually been working with the Los Angeles Department of County Health to develop safety protocols for all the various sectors of our industry. So that we can make sure that we are protecting our guests were protecting our employees. Equally important, So the idea of pushing people to get out in about probably, I would say it a little bit differently, Which is what we've done is We've put together a program called Love, which is really by Angelinos for Angelenos. So we've put together over 100 special offers, including not just hotels, but our local attractions in restaurants so that for people who are comfortable getting out and about it's more affordable and easier to dio. And you know when people ask, what can I do? We know, for example, that if those who have the means had just three visits to a local attraction or museum, supported three of our local restaurants and had just won three night stay. In an area hotel that would actually help us recover over 21,000 jobs in L, a county and what it would inject about $1.4 billion back into our local business community. Heather, How
Pac-12 presidents don't vote, wait continues for season restart
"Pac 12 did not vote on a plan for How to start it's football season during a meeting on Friday If the conference decides to play a target date of November, 7th is viewed as the most realistic option with the hope to begin play early enough to allow the Pac 12 to be port of the large of college football season and eligible for the college football playoff. Let's bring an ESPN college football insider Heather Ditch She's been reporting on this story and Heather no Pac 12 vote to play just yet. Where are we regarding the potential of a Pac 12 season being played? Well, the statement out of the Pac 12 was that they're going to meet again on Thursday, September 24th and make a decision then, But again, it comes back to making sure that they have all the public health clearance is all the testing machines are expected to be on campus by the end of the month. I think it's just a question of Do they have the public health clearances? And then how do they determine how many weeks of practice they want to get in? Ideally, they have said repeatedly that they want six. But how much if at all? Are they willing to push the envelope on that to get to the end of October to start or do they creep into November? Which is a very big difference? When you're starting to talk about the college football playoff timeline?
Big Ten football to resume weekend of Oct. 24
"We have major breaking news into our newsroom, and this is what we have been waiting for all morning long involved that man and that man and this conference do we have heather standing by guys lipset her break the news because it's her story let's bring heather and Paul into it. Go ahead heather the floor is yours. What is the news this morning? Komo morning sources have confirmed that the big ten is expected to announce this morning that football is back. The date is still in the air. I'm not sure if it's going to be October seventeenth or October twenty fourth but greedy I can't confirm the big ten football is coming back. Big. Ten football coming back in October for those who are just joining us had their catch everyone up on how we got here on August eleven. They announced that they will not play and they were talking about a spring season. Here we are about a month later how did we get from there to here? while. There is certainly political and public pressure but the president's the fourteen presidents and Chancellors said they would not be swayed by that the bigger topic I. Think we will hear a lot about today is going to be the changes in the medical information remember Michigan Michigan State you're talking about an epidemiologist and in infectious disease expert, right? So the medical information had to. Be buttoned up and change in order for this decision to be made I know that over the weekend they were presented with at least four new antigen tests for daily rapid testing results and also helping them with the contact tracing I. Think the question is and also going back to that date October seventeenth or twenty four. How quickly can they actually procure those tests it? Took the PAC twelve a while to get them on each campus so that could be part of the equation. There are still a lot of questions answered but Greenie to me that is is the number one is the differences in the medical information helps sway the president's the number. One question that most fans will have is, can they get a representative season in in time? To compete with the SEC and the big twelve and the ACC and try to get into the College Football playoff I literally just pulled out my calendar. If they start on October seventeenth, it's ten weeks until the College Football playoff selection special, which is set for December twenty. What is the plan as far as you know it about what they will do for a season? Well haven't confirmed the exact plan to be honest but sources have said that they would like an eight game season eight or nine game season with a conference championship game being on December nineteenth as you said to sneak it in. December twentieth selection, day, and I can tell you that if the big ten is going to be allowed back in the College Football playoff all ten s BS commissioners and Notre Dame Athletic Director Jacks Warwick would make that decision. My Gut says, yes of course they would let them in. But at the same time, you have to remember that not everybody's playing right and it's a shorter season for them to continue. So maybe it's a little bit of discussion difficult conversation but I do think at the end those commissioners will let them participate in the College Football playoff. The question is, can Ohio State Win it?
Big Ten football still waiting on final decision after presidents meet
"Next topic has to do it is the big 10 going to come back this season? Better late than never met, shaking Byron Metcalf Sunday morning got ESPN radio, the DSP adapt and serious sex and channel 80 thrill that have on Heather Ditch, ESPN college football playoff end college football reporter as well. So Heather yesterday the games were almost a secondary topic to what was going on on social media with regards to the Big 10 and perhaps a vote coming as soon as today about returning to play. What is the latest give us much background as you can. For those that are kind of in the dark on why the big 10 might be coming back soon. Sure so on Saturday, the athletic directors and doctors who comprise a medical sub committee of the Big Ten's return to competition task force Presented a lot of medical information to eight presidents and chancellors. Who are another subcommittee, right? You need a flow chart for all this stuff, has subcommittee So basically a bunch of athletic directors and doctors presented a lot of medical information to part of the presidents and chancellors, which are essentially like a buffer group right and it went very well from what sources have told us. So now that's kind of the first step. Now. Today everyone meets guys. I would love to be on this new meeting because it's like everyone in the big 10 is going to be on it. Except for the coaches. It's all Of their doctors off their sub committees and all 14 presidents and chancellors, And today they moved beyond just the medical piece and they start to look at. How do you actually return? When do you return? And what are the medical benchmarks needed that each team has to pass to actually get back on the field. So they have looked at at least four rapid and engine testing models that weren't there previously weren't available when they last decided to postpone the season. And now they've got a look at some dates, right? Some more substantial information in terms of logistics, as when do you get back? Mid October late October. What is all that look like now? Whether or not they actually vote? Nobody has any idea. Even those presidents, right? Yes, they can vote, and if they do vote, they need at least nine of them to agree to return. According to the big tent by law, and that means that six of those presidents and chancellors would have to change their minds from their original vote in August. To postpone. Maybe they don't vote. I think there's a certainly a good possibility. They don't Maybe they push it to tomorrow. Maybe they have more questions. We're talking about university president here. There's no telling what they might do, and even they don't know, but they certainly could vote. Magic Meyer Metcalf Sunday morning on ESPN radio. There is some sort of clicking noise on the end of their phones. So whether we want to call you back to make sure that we can hear everything you're saying clearly we picked up everything there. And I think the bottom line is my right. There are a lot of subcommittees. A lot of tax forces. There are a lot of people talking and maybe because of all that, maybe finally, the right people are going to be talking to each other today for the first time, or at least in the last 20 for the next 24 hours. Communication's been the biggest thing right at the end of the day. What people have been saying from day one is can you tell us exactly what happened? The process was there of all. What was the vote? Can you give us information? And perhaps the big 10 has reached that point where they are sharing information with the proper folks. I wanted this to medicine that feels like me to me. This is it? I mean, if you vote today, whatever this weekend and you come out, saying, we're not playing, that could mean you're not playing all year in my pin because we have no guarantees in January or anything like that. So this feels like perhaps the last chance. To get football going in the big team. All right, So we got Heather damage back. So, Heather on the heels of what you just said, and they're gonna have another vote sometimes soon. My question has to do with the fact that they're gonna have to have six presidents change their votes. Now, if the president's If they change their votes do they have to play like in a sense? Could Rutgers say yes, will agree that we can return to play But we are not going to play personally. Is that something that could happen? Yes, Absolutely. And I think that's a very good possibility. Maybe they come out of this and unanimously say Okay, we all agree. If you want to return you can, but we're not going, Teo. The question then becomes How many teams do you need to play? What's that line? Right Where you say, Okay, We don't have enough or all right. We can continue without the two of you. I mean, remember Michigan and Michigan State has presidents who are at an epidemiologist and an infectious disease expert. So there's a very real possibility that Michigan Michigan State Rutgers I mean, here in here in Maryland, where there's no margin for error with any soon, Nathalie tells after what happened with Georgia McNair two years ago, I would be surprised if Maryland Voted in favor of that their president. I can't say that for sure. I'm just taking an educated guess here, But you have to consider that each university is different under different leadership with different scenarios, and we heard how strongly Rutgers president earlier this week called Donald Trump's involvement in the politics. That was his phrase, he said, I'm not going to change my vote based on political interference in this So every president has their own thoughts on this, But yes to answer your question. It's certainly possible that they agree to play in some school say thanks not for us. None of this makes sense to me unless there's some attachment to the college football playoff. What are the chances that The big 10 could still participate in that if they make a decision here today. I think it's a good possibility, and it's the timing of it is what's critical. If you're talking about mid to late October. It's certainly possible for them to get in at least an eight game conference schedule. And have their conference championship game. December 19th and selection day for the playoffs is December 20th. So that is a very realistic possibility. And everybody in the country knows Ohio State is a good enough team. To be part of that conversation. The question is do the three other commissioners who are already playing Probably in the big 12 John Swofford in the Sea. And Gregg. Thank you and the SEC. Do they go for that? I think they would. I genuinely think that they would But once you get past that October resumed a then it gets really tricky unless realistic.
Looking Back On The First Year Sober
"Let's get to it. Here's heather. We're going to talk about that first year of sobriety today with Miss Heather who is joining US heather is about sixteen sober. So she just triumphed this one year mark that can be elusive for some people. Really. Hard to achieve. This is going to be fantastic conversation just talking about the difference in that first year when you get over that. Hump, and what it's like going into your second year and how did things change and now that you've had some distance and looking back on that first year, what is that feel like and how do you see things differently, those are all the things we're gonNA talk about. But to start, let's welcome heather to the show and heather. Why don't you take a few minutes and just tell everybody a little bit about you and your story. Takes her having me. I'm excited to be here with you definitely a big fan and obviously part of the the group that you have on facebook. So a lot of good information out there to women about my story. I, say it started to get pretty bad. Out Seven years ago so you know growing up drinking at my house it was normal everybody drank every party we got everything was surrounded around drinking and I I. Probably had my first drink at fourteen and that just because everyone else was it wasn't like I felt the urge to drink. But back then I would drink and I wouldn't crave it went on like that all the way through college up until about my first child and then exchanged that point. Something happened where The way that I consumed alcohol was different I thought that I had to have it to calm me down. And it really changed outlook on how I drank, and then I had my second son or my second child. And was I had him it got worse and worse. This whole time may still jobs still have the same family still haven't lost everything, but things did start going bad by took my husband police were to my house things that as a professional women I would never think would happen in my lifetime because I was always quote the good one and didn't have these issues and so it got to a point though where I would wake up have to figure out what am I gonNA drink today how am I gonNa get it in and that would be my constant thought. Lou Up at one point where I finally got sick of myself in my husband was asking me to go to Rehab my family would say to me this is ridiculous your drinking. and. Finally, I had an incident on a business trip where I just. In, the mirror and I said I cannot look at myself anymore and and do this, and so I flew from place I was to Rehab for thirty days and really embraced program. Never Mind I'm not get out of this show home. Someone said. To me, they said, I want you to try. All you have to do is try if you really want to go home, you can try it and see how or extreme. So from that moment, would someone say not to be changed my outlook and I thought well, I, did fly all the way here to try to get sober based on really hitting my rock bottom impact impacted to my job A. Little Bit. That was my last Straw. So I stay stuck it out key back to my hometown and the first thing I did when I got back, which we have suggested was a meeting and so fortunately I did have some contacts air I contacted them and I was home at midnight on Saturday night from Rehab, and then the next morning I was at a women's meeting and so I just really. From, that point I try to get sober for the past four years of four years prior to the sixteen months that I have and nothing would ever work. It just I didn't I wasn't ready but once I decided I was ready and came back and just I just took direction really instead of listening to myself because my thoughts don't leave me to the right places. Or the right thoughts, and then also make excuses when I finally just listen to what other people are saying, and then still continued that. Let's just try to keep to keep trying and I kept saying that to myself an Harry. M.. Now six months.
The Social Science on Women, Work, and Motherhood
"Julie Kohler. Welcome. Thanks for joining us. Thanks so much for having me. Well, I'll just jump in and ask because obviously, this cove nineteen crisis feels totally impossible on so many different levels but this family crisis that you have written about, you argue that it didn't really have to be this way in America that this particular crisis of feeling the strain as profoundly as we have in our families that that's not actually a byproduct of the global health crisis can you explain? Yeah Yeah. But what I think is happening is that we are now experiencing a level of. Discount Verge and seeming impossibility with a situation that really had begun long before the current crisis and it is simply expanded to include more and more families. Those families especially middle class upper middle class families that maybe were getting buys sort of at the margins by our fingertips. I've really been thrown into a different milieu post Cova. So on its own terms, we are living under the economic system that has failed. There's been less growth less economic security in this country since nineteen eighty than in the forty years prior. But this economic approach has become really politically sticky. It's kind of existed or endured as Zombie ideology some have said, and that's because what they've been successful. An is expanding this notion of what constitutes private family responsibility and enshrining that is sort of a reasonable bipartisan consensus. So the article was really designed to kind of unpack the family norms that. At the root of this failed economic approach that's often called neoliberalism and one is sort of an economic assumption that families will provide for their own little public support and nested within that are interrelated with. That is a cultural assumption that the two parent nuclear family is the optimal structure to do. So and I really believe that at this moment were big changes are possible. What we need to do is not just. kind of raised the policy solutions but explicitly critique and dismantle those norms that lie at the heart of the dominant economic approach. Can you lay out some of those norms that we're talking about because the thing about norms is normalized we think that they're normal and that's the way things are supposed to be. So what are the expectations of this private family unit that you talk about that maybe shouldn't be expectations on us. Right. Well, I think what's kind of so ironic is there's been this kind of idealized family type right? Kind of a two parent traditional nuclear families still is kind of promoted as the best way of doing family even though many families no longer fit that structure in any way. But then itself was a social creation of a very specific time in history, it was really kind of the mid twentieth century postwar era and it was enabled by massive government spending. So it was only able though for a certain group of families largely white. Families especially and with husbands who had unionized jobs. So those benefits massive investment in housing massive investment in higher education for white men who were returning from the war and could benefit from the GI bill. All of these public supports enabled this kind of family ideal. Now, in the forty to fifty years, kind of sense that is beginning really in the one thousand, nine, hundred eighties we've dismantled all of those forms of public supports that made that kind of family possible and yet we still have the expectation that families are going to be providing for their own. So it's kind of a catch. Twenty two families they're forced to believe. It's their responsibility to provide for everything for their kids that can assure a middle class life for economic security in the future families have to pay for childcare to all the kind of enrichment activities that accompany middle-class life these days to higher education, which is increasingly financed by families or through massive debt that families have to incur either college students or their families on their behalf. So the economic burden for families has increased exponentially over the last forty to fifty years, and yet we remain locked in this family ideal. This notion of what families should look like. That simply is not possible with the economic burdens that we now have. I'm curious. Besides you know us feeling stressed and. And people having less and less money like what sort of the result for society of that. Yeah. Well, here's what I think is kind of interesting. So this economic approach was facilitated by two parts. A partnership you could say between Neil Liberal economists. So these kind of economists would a specific idea about what would lead to economic prosperity and social conservatives especially, Evangelical Christian Social Conservatives, and the case that Evangelical Christian Social Conservatives made about the innate superiority of the two parent nuclear family like that has not actually one out in the court of public opinion in this country like. People today are far more accepting of a wide variety of family forms and they were a generation ago. So we're at a very different place in kind of what we think can constitute a good family and yet at the same time because of all of these policies because of these economic shifts. Individuals are more heather to families through wealth in debt than they were a generation ago. So it's almost as though the economics has done the bidding of social conservatives for them. They haven't been able to succeed in winning the ideological war, but they've wanted on the economic
Boston - Cape Cod Town Approves Memorial Bench for Shark Attack Victim
"The victim of a fatal shark attack. It came as a shock to the Cape Cod community on September 15 2018 26 year old Arthur Medici of Revere was boogie boarding at Newcombe Hollow Beach when he was attacked by a shark. Efforts to revive him failed and he died at the hospital. It was the first fatal shark attack in Massachusetts since 1936 and now the town of Wealth lead is taking steps to remember him later this month of bench will be installed at the beach in his honor. The custom bronze plaque will feature Medici name a sunflower on a Bible verse. The more than $2000 for the bench was raised by local residents. Heather and Drew Doyle, that was W B. C's. Are Colin reporting, Dan walking?
Boston - Wellfleet approves memorial bench for 2018 shark attack victim from Revere
"A memorial bench. NUKE Apollo Beach will remember the victim of a fatal shark attack doubly busy Zarko in reports, it came as a shock to the Cape Cod community. On September 15 2018 26 year old Arthur Medici of Revere was boogie boarding at Newcomb Hollow Beach when he was attacked by a shark. Efforts to revive him failed and he died at the hospital. It was the first fatal shark attack in Massachusetts since 1936 and now the town of Wellfleet is taking steps to remember him later this month of bench will be installed at the beach in his honor. The custom bronze plaque will feature Medici, his name, a sunflower and a Bible verse. The more than $2000 for the bench was raised by local residents. Heather Andrew Doyle. The bench installation is tentatively scheduled for September. 15th. The two year anniversary of Medici is death.
Bowser: Washington D.C. had no intention of proposing removal of major federal monuments
"Or Muriel Bowser defended the report that she ordered off renaming or contextualizing monuments across the nation's capital, including initially federal monument. The Trump administration blasted DC Mayor Muriel Bowser. After the workgroup she put together put federal monuments including the Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial on a list of places that should be renamed or contextualized. Because their names, stakes own slaves or had ties to racism. It was that our intention to do anything with the federal monuments in Memorial's federal monuments have been spin removed from the list. People will intentionally misconstrue thanks on DH. That is why the report was adjusted. Heather Curtis. W M L N w e mail dot com D
September is National Recovery Month
"Is national Recovery Month For nearly 50 years, the nonprofit Nexus Recovery Center in Dallas has been giving women and their Children crucial access to substance treatment and recovery services. Heather Orman recently took over as CEO of Nexus recovery and she's on the K r LD news line, Heather Count challenging Has the pandemic been for your staff and your facility? So at at nexus, nexus, we we are are residential residential treatment treatment facility, facility, so so that that means means The The women women and and women women with with Children Children live here on our campus for anywhere from 28 days at three months, So when you think about things like social distancing And being on close proximity with one another. We have a lot of challenges around that and the women live in dorms, and there's a lot of shared space, so we've really had to be mindful. Wearing mask. We've been taking temperatures every day of our client and the Children we've had to restrict access from outside visitors. So Preto overhead clients could have their family members come in and visit on the weekends we would bring in 12 step meetings. We had a really active Volunteer component that helpless programming. All of that changed in March. And so really, the women and their kids and our staff are here on campus, and we're trying Tio. Limit exposure to the community, and I understand during this challenging time you have had no covert cases reported That's correct. We are so fortunate and grateful that we have had no clients test positive for covert 19, which is really a testament again. Teo, the staff and the client's taking this seriously. And doing all the things they can Teo stay safe, and we just started national recovery Month. What are the biggest reasons Heather for that observance each year? The national recovery. Mint is really about celebrating recovery and showing people in the community that recovery is possible and that recovery is something to be. Joyous about and we want people to see how much hope and tremendous strength there is in the recovery community. So you know, historically very national recovery Month we would do things like a community fair. Set up our clients with resource is for when they exit residential treatment in regards to housing and applying for Employment and education opportunities again. We're not able to bring those community resource is here. So her thinking about and that celebration a little differently this year and asking our supporters to send an encouraging videos that the client for the clients and also We reached out to community agencies to provide brochures or information that they can that we can share with the women. We're also having a lot of activities on campus for them again to show that there's so much joy and recovery that is Heather Orman from Nexus Recovery Center. If you'd like to volunteer or donate to their mission, you confined Mohr. Information at Nexus recovery dot or
The Beauty Industry Exposed
"Hi Everyone I'm amber and today my fabulous co-host is Dr. Heather Rogers she is a board certified dermatologist she still practicing and seeing people every day in Seattle and she's the founder of Dr Rogers restore skincare. Now, thank you so much for being here with us today Dr Odors. Thank you for having me. Now we met. Because I was hosting anew beauty live peace and. One of your products was featured but I loved it because you and I got to like have a little bit of Banter and meeting and I think that we kind of bonded on the fact that both of us really feel like there is a lot of. For lack of a better term bullshit in the beauty and destroy. and I know recently I've had so many of my girlfriends call me and say how do I get rid of freckles? How do I do this and I'm like well. Do you want results. Do you WANNA. Because then you need to or do you want something that's GonNa like kind of work and make you feel better about it Completely so so so first of all, where are you right now it looks like you're a summer camp I know. So I have been the San, Juan Islands, I married a man from the San Juan Islands. We Pretty much everything for was canceled because of Co bid and my husband doctors. So we're still seeing patients every day and. That makes it. So the kids really aren't having the kind of summer that they should be having. So we have taken days off going to go. Camping, which is not necessarily my first choice of activities, but I am really sort. Oh I will I love boating I. Really do my husband can't can't deal with it. We keep that. What does it Bonein? Really really close by, but I love being out in the water and you know taking a little dip and. When we did our meet and greet you had shown me you know via. Zoom what the San Juan Islands look like an oh my gosh. When travel is starting up again, I'm heading out there it is beautiful. It is beautiful and I love being on a boat. It was actually really funny. I just had my birthday which I was actually with you on and I got an astrological reading as a birthday present from one of my best friends and I am deficient in the water sign, which means that I am really drawn to the water in my entire life I sailed all through college. I'm a scuba diver abode. I'm a surfer and that was it was really fun sort of explanation where it was like I need water at all times way to fiery. Read who did your reading so Again because you can't really have parties when my dear friend had like a group of five of us and they brought someone in and we all were mask and she sat and read all five of us and. And it was. It's just we're trying to find find right now. Right? You can't dinner you can't go to the lake. So we're just wonderful things we can do in this woman was so thoughtful and careful and how she said things. But she still was so crazy accurate where she's like wow. For me, heather you're so busy like you need to calm down. And I'm like, yeah, that's. Right so it was great in another woman who is a big rock climber. Like the third thing she said, Yours, you have a compulsion to touch rocks nowhere like these sort of really accurate things are really fun I. Okay. So first of all, I'm obsessed with astrology I live for this woman Susan Miller I don't know if you know her. Find her a my mother East facts, my Tarot card readings to me at work. Yeah I know. But I I love at night I read my horoscope for Dan. I do believe that there are these cosmic. All sort of connected cosmetically, and so it's a good thing to be aware of but I would love having reading is such a great idea for a birthday superfund and then to really show you how ridiculous I am it was just my anniversary and so I, had her do another reading for the relationship for my husband and I, and our kids like why. Did that and my husband was skeptical but then he got a lot of positive accolades from it and he's like Oh. This is great. This is. Good. All right. So it was a positive reading then. You do. What you gotta get out of this, what do you do in that situation? It's always funny unrelated. But another person was doing reading palms for my husband myself and my brother in law and she read Mine and she read Matt my husband's, and then she got Brian my brother-in-law's and was like I can't tell you what I'm seeing. In can't share with you. That is. Very that scary. I had my tea leaves red ones and the woman told me that. This was a really good life for me because in the past I've had some really terrible ones. So I'm Mike. I'm going to make the most out of this one then sister. Next rate. Goodness well. Again Happy Happy Birthday and. You know like I said, we really hit it off because I feel like. There is. So there's so much confusion when it comes to the be marquette and that's part of the reason that I started. This podcast is you know to give people experts like yourself a voice to come on and help us figure this out and. In a way that wasn't being paid for or sponsored or branded, which look there's a place for that and we will understand it because it's business but I wanted to see you know, is there a place where people can come on and tell it like it is so in Doing that it's seeding rare and the same with me in the world of dermatology is that I have been approached many times every year about being a spokesperson for arena on the board of different companies, skincare companies, beauty companies, injectables, and I have decided I a long time ago and everyone says a really principle that I was not ever GonNa be paid to be recommend anything and the I wanted my opinions to be my own based on the research. I've done on the training I've gone through and in dermatology world. That's exceedingly rare right now, the top hundred dermatologist in this country, it knew that on aesthetic dermatologist everyone is being paid for. Beyond aboard or doing a study or whatever it is, and it's really hard to be objective there and I just have decided that I will be the defender of the consumer at sort of how I viewed myself and I'm in a lot of articles in the press sort of enjoys me because I, like you speak the truth. You want hear about like what? Snail extract few call heather? and Like I love that I love the fact that now I am known as the voice of reason, where think there is very little reason and that's how I started and then unfortunately as they sort of learned more and more about is in care products that were out. The more I realized that even though it is a hundred billion dollar industry. What we may need may not what's available and so that's actually the reason why skincare company didn't start as new wanting to make brand and I actually started talking about wanting to stay very objective. It's very hard for me to recommend my products because their mind and I feel like that's a conflict of interest but at the same time I really I mean, I'm not a chemist I was compelled to do this because after someone's spent twenty five dollars to laser in their face I couldn't tell them what they should use. Afterwards, that was going to be safe and effective in like that I found remarkable
The Beauty Industry Exposed
"Hi Everyone I'm amber and today my fabulous co-host is Dr. Heather Rogers she is a board certified dermatologist she still practicing and seeing people every day in Seattle and she's the founder of Dr Rogers restore skincare. Now, thank you so much for being here with us today Dr Odors. Thank you for having me. Now we met. Because I was hosting anew beauty live peace and. One of your products was featured but I loved it because you and I got to like have a little bit of Banter and meeting and I think that we kind of bonded on the fact that both of us really feel like there is a lot of. For lack of a better term bullshit in the beauty and destroy. and I know recently I've had so many of my girlfriends call me and say how do I get rid of freckles? How do I do this and I'm like well. Do you want results. Do you WANNA. Because then you need to or do you want something that's GonNa like kind of work and make you feel better about it Completely so so so first of all, where are you right now it looks like you're a summer camp I know. So I have been the San, Juan Islands, I married a man from the San Juan Islands. We Pretty much everything for was canceled because of Co bid and my husband doctors. So we're still seeing patients every day and. That makes it. So the kids really aren't having the kind of summer that they should be having. So we have taken days off going to go. Camping, which is not necessarily my first choice of activities, but I am really sort. Oh I will I love boating I. Really do my husband can't can't deal with it. We keep that. What does it Bonein? Really really close by, but I love being out in the water and you know taking a little dip and. When we did our meet and greet you had shown me you know via. Zoom what the San Juan Islands look like an oh my gosh. When travel is starting up again, I'm heading out there it is beautiful. It is beautiful and I love being on a boat. It was actually really funny. I just had my birthday which I was actually with you on and I got an astrological reading as a birthday present from one of my best friends and I am deficient in the water sign, which means that I am really drawn to the water in my entire life I sailed all through college. I'm a scuba diver abode. I'm a surfer and that was it was really fun sort of explanation where it was like I need water at all times way to fiery. Read who did your reading so Again because you can't really have parties when my dear friend had like a group of five of us and they brought someone in and we all were mask and she sat and read all five of us and. And it was. It's just we're trying to find find right now. Right? You can't dinner you can't go to the lake. So we're just wonderful things we can do in this woman was so thoughtful and careful and how she said things. But she still was so crazy accurate where she's like wow. For me, heather you're so busy like you need to calm down. And I'm like, yeah, that's. Right so it was great in another woman who is a big rock climber. Like the third thing she said, Yours, you have a compulsion to touch rocks nowhere like these sort of really accurate things are really fun I. Okay. So first of all, I'm obsessed with astrology I live for this woman Susan Miller I don't know if you know her. Find her a my mother East facts, my Tarot card readings to me at work. Yeah I know. But I I love at night I read my horoscope for Dan. I do believe that there are these cosmic. All sort of connected cosmetically, and so it's a good thing to be aware of but I would love having reading is such a great idea for a birthday superfund and then to really show you how ridiculous I am it was just my anniversary and so I, had her do another reading for the relationship for my husband and I, and our kids like why. Did that and my husband was skeptical but then he got a lot of positive accolades from it and he's like Oh. This is great. This is. Good. All right. So it was a positive reading then. You do. What you gotta get out of this, what do you do in that situation? It's always funny unrelated. But another person was doing reading palms for my husband myself and my brother in law and she read Mine and she read Matt my husband's, and then she got Brian my brother-in-law's and was like I can't tell you what I'm seeing. In can't share with you. That is. Very that scary. I had my tea leaves red ones and the woman told me that. This was a really good life for me because in the past I've had some really terrible ones. So I'm Mike. I'm going to make the most out of this one then sister. Next rate. Goodness well. Again Happy Happy Birthday and. You know like I said, we really hit it off because I feel like. There is. So there's so much confusion when it comes to the be marquette and that's part of the reason that I started. This podcast is you know to give people experts like yourself a voice to come on and help us figure this out and. In a way that wasn't being paid for or sponsored or branded, which look there's a place for that and we will understand it because it's business but I wanted to see you know, is there a place where people can come on and tell it like it is so in Doing that it's seeding rare and the same with me in the world of dermatology is that I have been approached many times every year about being a spokesperson for arena on the board of different companies, skincare companies, beauty companies, injectables, and I have decided I a long time ago and everyone says a really principle that I was not ever GonNa be paid to be recommend anything and the I wanted my opinions to be my own based on the research. I've done on the training I've gone through and in dermatology world. That's exceedingly rare right now, the top hundred dermatologist in this country, it knew that on aesthetic dermatologist everyone is being paid for. Beyond aboard or doing a study or whatever it is, and it's really hard to be objective there and I just have decided that I will be the defender of the consumer at sort of how I viewed myself and I'm in a lot of articles in the press sort of enjoys me because I, like you speak the truth. You want hear about like what? Snail extract few call heather? and Like I love that I love the fact that now I am known as the voice of reason, where think there is very little reason and that's how I started and then unfortunately as they sort of learned more and more about is in care products that were out. The more I realized that even though it is a hundred billion dollar industry. What we may need may not what's available and so that's actually the reason why skincare company didn't start as new wanting to make brand and I actually started talking about wanting to stay very objective. It's very hard for me to recommend my products because their mind and I feel like that's a conflict of interest but at the same time I really I mean, I'm not a chemist I was compelled to do this because after someone's spent twenty five dollars to laser in their face I couldn't tell them what they should use. Afterwards, that was going to be safe and effective in like that I found
Miami - Monroe County Announces Emergency Order, Some Evacuations Ahead of Tropical Storm Laura
"Will will spend the weekend rolling towards the Sunshine State and Monroe County Mayor Heather Carruthers is taking no chances with the incoming storm. Ordering Ordering a a set set of of mandatory mandatory evacuations evacuations for for select select residents residents in in preparation preparation of of the the storm. storm. A A bee bee sees sees Roy Roy Rameau's Rameau's is is in in Key Key Largo, Largo, those those living living on on vessels vessels and and mobile mobile homes homes told told to evacuate visitors on Harvey's travel trailers and campers told to move the vehicles out of the county county shelters are open with covert 19 social distancing measures in place. Some
DOJ won't reveal congressional candidate who asked for, received hacked info on their opponent
"With less than 100 days before the presidential election. U. S intelligence officials are warning that Russia and other adversaries are once again interfering in our democratic process. In 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his intelligence agencies to create chaos in our system, using a combination of social media manipulation, propaganda and other dirty tricks. President. Trump's Justice Department currently has at least two open cases against Russian citizens for disrupting the 2016 presidential and congressional elections. As we first reported last November, 12 Russian military officers are still at large, charged with breaking into the Democratic Party's computers in 2016. Stealing compromising information and selectively releasing it to undermine specific candidates. There's no evidence of similar operations against Republicans in 2016. With the 2020 election's just around the corner. Ah cautionary tale, the Russian hack. The Russians never left. I can guarantee you in 2016. After this all into news. They never left. They didn't stop doing what they're doing. This wasn't just a one time thing. No way. Russia doesn't do it that way. Robert Anderson should know. He spent 21 years inside the cloak and dagger world of spies and hackers overseeing the FBI's counterintelligence and cyber divisions. And tracking Moscow spy agencies, an alphabet of artifice, the FSB S V, R, and especially the G R U G. RU is military intelligence. So when we look at the attacks that happened during a presidential Races in 2016. You had military organisations inside of Russia attacking our infrastructure. So are the hackers or are the soldiers? So they're both on in most cases in most these units or not just hackers. They're probably some of the best mathematical minds in Russia. These air seasoned professionals that have worked away up the ranks to be in these units. To carry out the strategic attacks on behalf of that country. These are the hacker soldiers from G R U unit 26165, who, according to the Justice Department were responsible for breaking and entering into the Democratic Party's computers remotely from Moscow. Their names, ranks and faces are now on the FBI's most wanted list for stealing, among other things, the Democrats, strategic plans detailed targeting data and internal polling. G R U Colonel Alexander also joke commanded a separate unit. 744551 of his officers was in charge of spreading this stolen material to political operatives, bloggers and the media. Another hack state election boards. It wasn't some £400 guy in his parents Basement. No, this was a well choreographed military operation. With units that not only were set up specifically to hack into obtain information, but other units that were used for psychological warfare or weaponizing that this is not an operation that was just put together haphazardly. So that was the 26165 unit. The Justice Department's National security division is overseeing the Russian hacking case once they're doing that keystroke monitoring, Assistant Attorney General John Dimmers runs the division. Along with the deputies, Adam Hickey and Sean knew DOJ attorney Heather Al Pino worked with special counsel Mueller on the Russian indictments all have access to the underlying intelligence and have no doubt the rush. Shins interfered in the 2016 election. This really happened. Yes, that really happened. And we believe that if we had to, we could prove that in court tomorrow, using only admissible non classified evidence to 12 jurors. You ever expect to get the 12 Russian officials The trial. I would be surprised, But the purpose of the indictment isn't just that, although that's certainly one of the purposes, the purposes of this kind of indictment is even, uh, to educate the public. For a legal document. The 29 page indictment is a page Turner It. Details how U. S intelligence agencies tracked each defendant's actions, sometimes by the keystroke, revealing the fictitious names and phony emails used to infiltrate the Democrats, computers. And tracing the stolen data on its circuitous route from Washington, D. C. To Moscow. The information in the indictment is very detailed. You have descriptions of the Russian agents. Typing. Into their computers. Obviously, I can't go into too much detail because I don't want to reveal investigative methods. But the inside here is that behind every one of those Keyboard's is not night P address. It's a human being those indicted G R U agents. The U. S. Says one team, working out of a building in Moscow called the Tower created a website and a provocative character to disseminate this stolen material. Lucifer 2.0 So goose over 2.0 is a fictional online persona. It's all an effort. The Russian side to hide their involvement. And these guys are pretending to be one lone hacker. Correct, and that works. What it gives them is plausible deniability. Right. They don't need to work 100% as long as the Russians, Khun say. Wasn't us. Posing as goose A for 2.0. The Russians offered up stolen documents to Julian Assange, Jas wiki leaks and self proclaimed dirty trickster Roger Stone. It was all part of a broad campaign to disrupt the presidential election. But there was another less well known part of the Russian operation to undermine Democrats running for Congress. It started as large document dumps where goose for 2.0 was kind of taunting and saying, I have more Kelli Ward Burton was executive director of the D. Triple C. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. When the Russians hacked the committee's computers, these bullet points at the top are the summary for how we need to win. They swiped and dumped on the Internet material, she told us cost millions of dollars to produce. Battle plans for congressional races, demographic research on voters and extensive dossiers on the weaknesses of their own candidates. So when we deliberate internally about anything, you know that's not intended to be made public, and that's what makes this so important to understand these as stolen documents. It's not different than Watergate. It's not different than When Republicans came into the DNC and stole documents from the file cabinets. It's the cyber version of that they came into our office and they stole Our documents. Documents were never intended to be public. And then they used that in the election, even Democrat party bosses or questioning his character. Ward was shocked when Republicans used the stolen internal materials in this negative ad. We reach out to them and ask them, you know, we way, said We've been the victims of a cyber attack by a foreign adversary. Will you make a commitment not to use any of these stolen materials in In the campaigner in the 2016 election, and they wouldn't make a commitment to do so, she says. In the months leading up to the elections, Russian tactics evolved, the indiscriminate document dumps became more frequent and strategic. There would be thousands of documents that would show up on one day and then they got smarter and he started to really specific documents. Related to our specific races or documents that were in art most targeted states and are most targeted areas.
Were in a SNAP boom
"What we have here is an economic recovery on top of a depression talk about that a little bit. You basically have to separate. Right now and actually my colleague Heather Long had written about this last week. So I WANNA give her credit for that. But basically you have these two different economies you have the economy of higher income, white collar, more likely to be college educated people who can still work from home. As I can who can get delivery for most needs and desires, and basically are in recovery right now in fact, if you look at the jobs data for people in the highest income core tile. All of the jobs that were lost in the spring have been recovered, and then you look at people in the other economy people who are more likely to be working class they. They have jobs where they have to physically show in person at retail stores at gyms at restaurants, hotels, etc, and they are still deeply deeply struggling there. Those jobs are still missing essentially and you have this divergence in other kinds of indicators to write in in terms of home sales. For example, existing home sales are way up as we've learned meanwhile, mortgage delinquencies. Are are way up as well. So you have these very divergent experiences depending on who you are. And also, of course, reflected in the stock market is well. To the market in a minute because that is obviously related bit city by I want to turn to the political part of this actually and I wanted to talk to you about. The polling that's out there the shows Vice President Biden leading president trump in most areas, but when the question turns to handling of and trust to handle the economy. President trump comes out ahead discuss. No I remember seeing all this six months ago and I thought, yeah. That kind of makes sense the wage growth in strong the the stock market's up I can see how people would see that trump has marketed himself as a businessman. Biden's marketed himself very differently. What's was puzzling now is, how's that possible this moment when we are in what could be considered a depression and obviously the markets backup and that's made a difference, but there is just a certain. Group of voters fixed trump voters and fixed by Biden voters who aren't going to change their views trump famously said he in the middle of Fifth Avenue to somebody and not losing voters, and that seems to be what is happening now trump. Has as a has somehow managed to take what he would criticizing before this a lot of the same dynamics in market. The big fat ugly bubble in trade in dealing with China and somehow positioned himself as the good guy I in in all of that, and that is a political skills so that that's what he's pulled off. Catherine I'M GONNA assume you watched parts of or probably most of the Democratic convention right. What was your sense of how they addressed vice president, Biden economic plans to me it sounded like jobs going to create jobs. Did you divine more out of it than that? I think there. This was not so much about specific policies right? There were isolated. Discussions of policies. For example, you know gun control or immigration in terms of actual economic policy I didn't think there was a lot tangibly that came out of. The convention events themselves that's not to say that Biden doesn't have stuff on his website to be clear but you know that was that really wasn't the focus of the last few nights. It was more about character. Restoring decency to the White House that sort of thing there was discussion about the hardship that Americans were facing but you didn't hear so much of a plan discussed about how we restore those jobs. And and you know put people but my in people's pockets again. So. Deep your take on the convention economic policy was. Yeah, the the the choice that was being presented in this case. TWAS, do you want the lazy fairer approach of? Letting people not wear their masks in letting people go about their business and letting the states, figure it out on their own or do you want the centralized government approach where you pour more resources into controlling the virus and supporting people on unemployment? That all of the things that we've talked about in clean energy and infrastructure in childcare and manufacturing. That is what the Democrats are pitching and they're they're pitching it hard. They're saying that government will step in under our our approach and take a more active role That is a hard thing. To, argue against in this environment when so many people are struggling to just have the basic normalcy of lives but trump will be trying to do that all of next week painting darker picture that you that that will calmest if we go down that road. Catherine Super Super, quick on the markets two more records day on varies indices It's all essentially the Fed and plowing money in there and keep an interest rates so low that stocks relatively attractive, right? I think that's a large part of it. You also, of course, have optimism about a potential vaccine and animal spirits for lack of a better term. But yeah I mean I I I think it's the markets are looking ahead and they're also aware that monetary policy is going to be loose for a very, very long time which is going to effectively. Inflate the value of future products so. Companies can borrow more cheaply.
Seattle Seahawks to play first three home games of 2020 season without fans
"Sad new realities with Cove it all of us Twelves will have to root for our favorite Seattle Seahawks from our homes. As a reporter, Heather Bosch is about to tell us it is going to be very different without fans in the stands this season. Seattle's football stadium on Game Day is going from this. Two. More like this. Blame Cove in 19, the team announced its first three home games will be held without fans in in the the stadium. stadium. In In a a statement, statement, the the Seahawks Seahawks said, said, while while Centurylink Centurylink fields fields become become the the best best home home field field advantage advantage in in the the league, league, thanks thanks to to the the energy energy and and passion passion of of the the 12, 12, the the health health and and safety safety of all our fans, players and staff remains our top priority. But these are the fans that did this. The Seattle Seahawks. World record for stadium within ear shattering 137.6. I mean, the ones who set off seismic equipment during the beast quake run of 2011 your fans who undeniably help cheer a team to a Super Bowl victory. 12. They're bringing the trophy home. Coach Carroll confident the team will be fine. Do not have the twelves in the stadium. Okay? I don't That's relative. We have a great day. Crowd goes nuts once we're there, and we've done it a couple times. It won't be a big deal ain't gonna live. It's going to be weird.
"heather n" Discussed on Everyonecast
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"heather n" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Things to make it impossible to actually go in the room, put an alligator in there. And the idea was to take advantage of best buy its price matching so. The idea was the small electronic store would sell these things for a dollar. Make it impossible to actually get them and then best buy would have to price match? Go go out of business. That's actually really hilarious. Whole show is hilarious and that's the whole premise come up with all these crazy ideas help these businesses. And it's not really serious, but he presents it as completely serious. So yeah, it's worth checking out. That's funny. What's it called again,.
"heather n" Discussed on Everyonecast
"You should run for president and then make make those kinds of tweets. Yeah. people really. Oh so heather, why are you running for? President what what's in your agenda and I'm going to be As United States President I WANNA have every other Friday a pizza day re ice cream for everyone their soda in the vending machines and recess is fifteen minutes longer you sound like you have a lot of elementary school political experience. Oh well we're basically it'd be like hurting cats you probably want to treat it like an elementary school anyways at this point. Yeah. It seems like we are getting to that point how I see. Oh my gosh I went to the post office Was it yeah. Earlier today as standing in line the only lets people in the post office lake in the building whatever you have to stand in line. We don't side now standing in line and like these people like there's like the. Post hosts. Motto Postmaster, a Postal Office worker like at the door, and they're like checking to like when people come out let go in. If you're using the kiosk, you have to go talk to the. Or if you're just checking your po box either way you have to wait in line only so many people in each of these lines. Are. Allowed in the building at like every time, the lady was a as a woman she. She had to walk away to run inside to like assist someone like waiting line like someone would like dart in as soon as she turned her back and like running to the post office and like she like she had to like run back out and be like stop. You know we've got regulations right now you can't just walk in here. You can't. You see there's a big line and Then Sh- anyways that. The latest walking. Like that and the post office worker just kinda rolled her i. She's like Oh Gosh. They're worse than children. Just cutting in line like throwing temper tantrums it was just really funny. So so maybe if these guys had like a pizza pizza Friday. Every other day and. Free ice cream or sorbet Alexis intolerant cauliflower cost if your car. and. Maybe maybe extended recess the post office needs to order pizza and handed out to people line. Yeah. It would stay warm here too because it's Vegas toss they just have to sleep in the sun and it'd be like. Pizza quicker it's burning. It's continued to break. The ice criminal. Yeah I'm voting heather for president. Yes Twenty twenty one. Or is it twenty twenty? So.
"heather n" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Know I think that way sometimes. If I'm doing a job and getting tired I think to myself Hey, if I run faster. Get to my destination faster and then I can stop. Yeah. Let's get better. He's is faster and you'll be done with it sooner. So you've done a lie running to or is it the climbing that gave you the endurance probably running I haven't ran I've only ran like I dunno, not that much lately. Is, injury but when I do Ryan I think the first time I ran after lake not running for like four months I. I think I did like four miles. So I was like I was like, yes, still got it. To, definitely the running. Climbing is more for me. It takes more strings which. String. That's really hard. Do you have a history of competing and running though like in school and stuff? Yeah. I did like cross country and track and stuff like that did soccer for a little bit. cheerleading. All the athleticism? Athletic yeah, narrowly just play video games all the time and just have. Less. Bursts bursts show. You were a much different person much different interest are you did play somebody games as a kid? I was playing video games like drought all that is also doing a lot of other things but when your kid you sleep like three hours a day and you're like, yeah, full of energy now, it's like six hours like. Yeah I'M GONNA need a NAP right about like three PM. Maybe a coffee at eleven am and Y-. Now with software engineering and coding and other tech stuff also something you did it a young age. been like. Computer stuff. Leaks, websites, and. Building, my own stuff and whatever. Did you make a Geo city's website did not make it to your city's website now. About my space. I did my space. I had the dope EST mice basically out ever or overlay sorry overlays that it was making. Did you have the like the emo auto play music and all that I do think I had auto clan music always probably be music I was are definitely wasn't enough kid I think. I never jumped on the mice bandwagon. That's good. You Save yourself a lot of. Wasted time. A lot of people were enthusiastic about the customization. Yeah and you actually did use legitimate web development skill in order to do that right.
"heather n" Discussed on Everyonecast
"And I should've asked a four. But where do you live? Las Vegas Vegas are you a gambler? Heck? No. Gambling is there anything about Vegas that you do like though? The mountains and everyone always wants to come to. Vegas. So I don't have to travel to see like friends outside a state they always want a computer so I don't have to. Pay For my flight stuff like that. Yeah. It is a good tourist destination. Yeah. Not Lately do the mountains. Any significance just let climbing and falling down. Said casually. Yeah I'm going on with months seven of ankle injury. Yeah. It's. Bound to good is it more like a hike or an actual climb? It's like a mix of both, but I think now I'm just going to be an enthusiastic hiker not not so much a climber anymore are there like clubs and stuff? For climbing where you can all go together and have jelly time. Yeah. I, mean there's there's a climbing clubs in climbing gyms and stuff like that and like.
"heather n" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Yet use command line. Let's see. Let me see if I could. Not Going to close out. The. Windows. I had to be I don't know that. Was it. Could have been lake pre windows ninety five I. Don't know this is way too far back my. My Brain I've lost some some brain power since then do you think it'd be a crazy feeling if you somehow came across game again and then he suddenly remembered everything. That's what would happen. I'm going to probably have to later I'll be like, oh, we digging deep deep deep deep deep down into the Internet to figure out like. This game is both of the Games I remember my first favorite game though it was a I think it was Duke Nukem was one of the Duke Nukem Games, which was hilarious because there's like strippers and stuff in that game or dancers, and like you can give them money and they give you like health back and like I completely didn't understand like asked my dad does like, why are they dancing? He's like, Oh, they give you health if you give them money or something like that and it just like I didn't understand until I was like. Well ended like being a teenager and I just remembered. It was like. Wait, a second. Those were strippers like. That is not appropriate for kids playing, but I like it's like one of those things where it's so vulgar that like I just completely didn't understand Oh. Yeah. I also played like quake and doom like a kid like those games are very violent I mean animated violence but I just was like. I don't know maybe I was like a closet sociopath is kid. You know. killed them and I just feel like. So, when Duke Nukem Three d come out I remember things that was like my one to. Nine, hundred, ninety, six. So I was like five it would be really funny if three D was in the title of Modern Games. We'll look at this cool new feature we have three D.. C. US go three D.. Like what? BE CONSIDERED LIKE Is that a D at All. These are the sales team would call it for even though it's not accurate, they would they would call it forty and see there's haptic feedback from your headset. and. Then they would ask engineers to build it without haptic feedback and they only have a budget of two hundred dollars..
"heather n" Discussed on Everyonecast
"But yeah, it's probably something you are meant to bake with and not just eat raw. Okay whatever I get fat paycheck, I will try Macadamia. Nuts. Plane. and. And maybe his side of caviar. Seven. Macadamia nuts in one side around and caviar on the other. Yeah. Like a chipmunk I'll just like feed it into my. Throat or something what's another Biji food grilled cheese but with a sliced cheese from Delhi and not from the from the craft single packages. You can make any food Bucci to be. Honest. Yeah. You just make a pizza and put gold flakes. And there's usually food. Or truffle. Yeah, trump was one. So speedy and PAYCHEX. What's your next career move? What do you think we'll give you that fat paycheck that you dream of buying macadamia nuts with I don't know there's like this happiness versus. Money Skill that I've seemed to have hit my last job. So the money was good but the happiness was not. So I'm not sure I don't really care about having a fat paycheck as long as I've got like money to retire on Naby with eating, Rama noodles like twice a week. So you're thinking about taking a pay cut and doing something less stressful. Exactly that, and you might even indirectly add years to your life. That way because stress kills, you don't want to die from a heart attack at forty because you're too stressed out see. Then our need to consider about really saving because my paycheck is going to be smaller. So we'll have less retirement so it'll be less stress you'll live longer. So I need a bigger retirement. It is a little bit contradictory. Yeah. Is there anything that you like to do outside of Software Engineering? I assume you don't actually like Software Engineering 'cause you quit and you never said it was fun. So yeah I I think it work I like fixing things. That's I. Don't know. So might just go back to some like. Non Mega Corporation it job where like the Office of small and just tinker all day on broken shit PC mechanics anything. So is that a consistent hobby of yours? Do you do it stuff at home? Do you build pc's and things like that configuring networks? Yeah. I got a pretty..
"heather n" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Engineering stuff. Yeah. If for different place though. Yeah I think I'm done with Software Engineering I. Kinda like it work more than engineering where justice fixing stuff and tinkering. That's fun. Yeah building networks and things like that. Yeah. Baby I'm just lazy. You want to be one of those people who sits in a basement just chills all day and waits for those phone calls. No. Okay. We've not that. Lazy. You. Ever see the IT crowd I have not I. Don't watch television much. It's a British comedy from around fifteen years ago. It's about to it guys doing their thing. You. Would even doing lately, you'll never guess I started a podcast. Shit That's I never would have guessed. Just. Kidding. How many have you done so far? Are you just starting out or like bestowing my second one? Okay. I am just starting out. Nice. Do you an intention of which direction you WanNa go I'm kind of winging it for the most part. I'm talking to people. And whatever happens happens you know. That's that's the way to do it. That's Kinda high life just like. As a wise millennial one said yellow. I know there's things I should be doing, but I'm more fun to do things you want to do right So I. Know I should go back to getting a job and things like that. But my last two years off, I've experienced a lot and learned a lot and this is one of these new things where. I want to experience and learn. I think there actually is a lot of value to talking to people. And as a society. A lot of times we're only interested in talking to the most successful or well known people and in their footsteps. But there's also a lot of value to talk to people. You don't know because everybody has a story and I know we may feel insignificant compared to the giants of the world. But I, don't really believe that anyone is insignificant. I don't think anyone's insignificance not like. Caste system or anything like that. Yeah and that's a big inspiration for doing this because I know most podcasts all try to do is get the most high profile guest possible and here I am I'm like, Hey I'll talk to anybody but also I can't really get the most profile guests anyway. But I wonder if I had the option to do that would I do that? And that kind of goes against the integrity of what I'm doing. Right. You talked to high profile people if you ever got the opportunity but don't acknowledge their..
"heather n" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Heather Smith you're live. How does it feel? Like. Another Monday. Monday today. Think about it is it Monday? Every day just feels like. Every day at this point at least to me. Yeah. Yeah. Crazy things going on. And I see you have a very interesting pinkus that had gone on. You got the pink shirt. The Pink headset. The Pink Pink Bat neon sign in the background. That is so the pinks. Camera. The pink is like so I've got like got like this like bat like stuff hanging on the wall and this like crescent moon black thing and then. Ball decal that looks kind of little demonic. So encountering all the black and got stuff with pink. It's all about it's all about balance yeah, it's pretty much. That's my gin Yang is. In. Yang Harry's it is black in Ping. How did you come across all these decorations at Your Room They're mostly gifts. Gifts. Which one's your favorite? have any specific or special meaning to you. That's a good question. Oh. Yes. Actually that's fine. Green screen. It's. Like these insects or whatever there's a murder. Moss. And this is like Regan Creepy Tarantula thing eating like a fly in Mike Acrylic. And then a bet so those ones are like medical science. Yeah Crazy, your an insect enthusiasts Tom. Yeah And you have you have that green screen in the background. Yeah. That's for beat Saber. Saber. Yeah. I thought all you need to play beat Sabers headset. That's streaming beat saver against issue there clarified straight Taber. So you stream. VR gams. On which Just. For Fun like nothing serious. Is that your dream to be a huge streamer a huge. Making baller someday. Absolutely not And it sounds like bega stressful. Honestly. I like my nine to five. I guess it might be stressful. There's a lot of pressure to perform. And you gotta just always be on you know if you stream for. Eight or nine hours. You know there's not really a chance to take a break. You're just always got to be that higher energy. Yeah. Lots of coffee in rebel. But speaking of nine to five. What is it that you do? Exactly. Oh man nothing right now Rona. Do you work from home..
How under-eating and over-exercising can lead to hormonal imbalances with Dr Heather Rhodes
"So before we get started, could you tell people a little bit more about yourself and what you specialize in? Yes. Definitely. I am so pumped to be here and to meet you. Dana. So my name is. Is Holistic Services and I specialized in taking Mormons in them simple for women in order to effectively inefficiently reached their health goals So a lot of times as women in Women's health and experiencing symptoms are hormones are kind of ignored but then like we have this deep intuition of like, no, I, think it's a hormone problem. I think Raimondo Donna balances out of whack and A. Lot of times I dismissed and we kinda. Fugler we don't really know what to do and it just kind of feels like this messy messy spot. So I commend and basically clean it up and teach your hormones. They are help you find easy root causes. You can apply simple and practical strategy towards in order to get those results in that healing and symptom relief that you're looking for. Awesome. So incentive onto Google, we have Dr Heather for here here for you guys say. So we were talking about this briefly before we started recording, but I actually had a lot of requests from people to talk about P., C., O. S., but I haven't had an expert on yet to talk about pcs. So that's kind of what I want to start with so. Four listeners who aren't as familiar or if they just don't know like the macro view of what is P. C. O. S. unlike what does that even mean and what are the implications of it and everything? Could you do a brief? Is for people yes. Of course. So if you're to. Heathrow as you're gonNA find, it stands for poly cystic Ovarian Syndrome which basically means that you are experienced experiencing cyst on your ovaries. According to most Western medical standards to have a diagnosis you've got have two out of three qualifying conditions, which is irregular or no curious high levels of male testosterone engine based hormones or cyst on your brakes that are verified ultrasound. So here's the thing about that diagnosis. There's a couple. Sit Out there that say when you gotTa have at least one of the three or got to have all three gotta have two three nobody in the westernized community really has dislike standard baseline likely for things like pressure or diabetes or whatever. It's kind of this very ray area and a lot of times because of the intensity of the test in invasiveness that's required to either have ultrasound or half blood work drawn a Lotta Times. Women experiencing. Or even PCs likes that domes are very much dismissed. So when someone comes to me and I'm thinking What I'm hearing is they're having regular cycles maybe they are having issues with their blood sugar and your ability in mood swings. Potentially date got access here growth around their chin or jaw line. Maybe it's hair loss in the male pattern form obsolete thinning hair loss access here growth acne on your jaw line is like a major indicator. So can you have those symptoms and not ever officially diagnosed with PC s? Yes. Can you have symptoms and not actually have? On your ovaries. Yes So a lot of times as women week disqualify ourselves from having strategies and the way that we will doesn't impact us because we don't have that diagnosis but I account since I was one of those people that when you apply. Basically, this concept of okay TC. Means that my hormones are really relented in their lot more sensitive than other people's and you kind of take that view of your hormones start treating it as if you do have s than you actually experience all of these results and this kind of new branch of your help by focusing on that area. So I guess in Short, he's Eos is technically. Assist on your raisin meeting qualifications for a westernized doctor. However, I think that there are tons and tons of women out there that experience TV os likes symptoms August pseudo yo s either because of certain seasons that have come up in their life or because of you know my Song Changes Habits Mind specifically came from log period of over exercising under eating. Disordered, eating stop in all of that. So I think that having what I want audience members to kind of think about is kind of broadening their perspective in thinking more about these symptoms of zero s rather than to I technically have a diagnosis of. Or. Not. Right exactly. Well, thank you for explaining that. So I WANNA. Go into one thing that you just mentioned
‘Ellen DeGeneres Show’ Workplace Is Under Investigation By Warner Media
"Reports of a toxic work, culture and crew furious over poor communication during the Corona virus shut down. Despite the bad reports, there have not been any direct allegations made about Ellen herself. For more on all the bad news that the Ellen Show will speak to Matt Donnelly Sr. Film writer at Variety, so essentially human resources representative for both the production company that makes Ellen just called Tele Pictures and Morning brother. It's which obviously, areas the program or distributes it have both come together and sort of pursuit of information about sort of the day to day experience for Ellen's employees, a member, we have changed the sort of reference the stories said that their goal is to ultimately create a work environment where ever wanted sort of protected. And also can sort of advance and flourish and safety, So I think it's you know, a pretty responsible move on their part, But at this point, what we know is that they're reaching out to current and former employees to discuss their experiences, where presumably will conduct as sort of a larger report about what if anything, needs to change their Now, let's talk about these two reports just to kind of see what we're working with here. Back in April, Variety reported on the treatment of crew members during the Corona virus locked down so very loosely when things initially shut down, there was crew members who were saying that we weren't really being told what was going to be the fate of our ours or our pay. And then when Ellen's resumed some sort of filming at her home, they were kind of left out of the lurch on that, too. And I guess they hired Nonunion workers to do that work instead of them. Yeah, A lot of the sources we spoke with who are familiar with the production basically say that her long term crew people have been with her sums of the entire 17 year run of the show. Just expected a better level of treatment in terms of if and when they would come back, You know, up until the moment we published a report that Legacy crew was told to sort of expect dramatically reduced compensation, even though the show of going on filming at the normal rate, so I think a lot of people thought sort of betrayed in away by mixed messages, especially for someone who's banner. Heather staying for her jealous to be kind, and some say this is very difficult situations, obviously, in the confusion and chaos of the Corona virus pandemic that hidden in some ways, it makes sense. Maybe hire those non union workers because they have to do something, maybe things that the union might not have agreed for their workers, depending on safety, and all that, So sometimes those things make sense. But they were just saying that They weren't even afforded that choice or whatnot. Of course. Yeah, I think it was a lack of transparency that really got people. And yes, you know, Krone viruses cause such a dramatic ripple effect how we do or more specifically how we don't do production at the moment. So, yeah, the union might have to look the other way occasionally on getting some people back to work instead of, you know, sort of a massive sun town. But again, I think it was that sort of lack of care. That really got to some long term employees. Yeah, and the pay was also an issue. I know. They told them you're gonna get reduced hours or reduced Pay that way. But shortly after you guys posted your story, then it started coming out. Well, well, they're going to get paid their full amount. They're full pay all that stuff. I think that the production sort of realised, But the right thing to do was especially because if you follow the logic through if they were taking the same amount of episodes, that means that this is going into syndicated viewership and selling the same amount of advertising No one's really losing money on the end. It's just obviously out of an abundance of caution here to figure out how to actually make the show. But you know again, and I think Hollywood is a town that when your staff looks the way that l Inez and you've got no. Ah, working family or some people put it in the over 17 years, they expect you to cover them The way they've covered. You end up with a large part of the frustration and you know another thing. That was in that same report was that you know, no one had even stepped in and said, How are you? How are your family? How is your mental house? Which I think a lot of companies, you know, including the publisher Variety. Ah, lot of people didn't do that. You know that They were here for you. If you knew Greece sources that child care if you need meditation class you any number of things to sort of band together in a really unprecedented in highly stressful time. A lot of people thought that that wasn't done and we're quite surprised. The other part of this. In mid July, Buzzfeed published a report alleging a toxic work culture there. There was an employee who said that there was some racist behavior going around and a few other things that just really made working there on the show, not really tolerable. The budget reports have sort of a spectrum of accused behavior that is troubling from to start a sort of ID on that atmosphere of intimidation and fear. You know, there was some accounts of verbal abuse their accounts of sort of, you know, an idea that overall senior leadership it Alan felt, but no, it was a privilege to work there. And anyone who might complain about sort of the emotional atmosphere. Even working conditions could just move on because they couldn't find anyone else who had died of work, Carella It's a much more serious stuff like sensitive people of color on the head from jokes about two African American females being taken for each other because they have the same hairstyle to another employee being sort of shouted down an angry and resentful because she suggested that the entire staff received diversity and inclusion training. You know all this is supported by historians. That's quite serious, especially, I would say in the world we live in, which is a post me to world and if you even look at what's been happening in this country in the past two months There is it's incredibly justifiable demand for a lack of this toxicity and for transparent, clear on how we're all treating each other at work. Not one thing that I found interesting is that there is no specific
"heather n" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"They're white people on the front of the House and Brown people bussing right like walk up to a bar and there's a let you know man. You assume he's not the bartender. You try to treat them. Mike the Bartender and he's like no I'm not the bartender. You know it's that kind of economic segregation that has nothing to anyone, capacity, or even language skill, or whatever it's just a racist structure, so that's one of those things that I think is blind fought for lots of people and not just white people. I think another blind spot is. When we look at the the highest hotspots actually right now in the country for the pandemic that is still ongoing. It's actually a native American communities in Indian country and. Just the original sin of the theft in the near genocide of native people and The fact that we don't acknowledge the land we're on. that. We don't know who slander on and that we don't listen. When? Indians who are still here are telling us what we need to do. Like stupid shit like not have the nation's Capitol's team be called. The redskins not do that. We're GONNA Heather. What would I do with MY JERSEY? Are you gonNA reimburse me a on it for like a hundred times more than it's worth. White, nationalist would collect. It might go up in value. And then donate that money wouldn't serve. The other demands which are pleased. Protect our water. Because hello, it's also for you can stop poising. Yourself is what they're saying to us, you know. So I think there's a there's a way in which we Monica. You said it so well when you talked about the benefit of the Dow. The when? Communities of color say this is unjust unfair and we're just trying to go through our lives, and we don't want to be dealing with this any more than you do, but we're going to actually raise our voices as one to project. A set of concerns and demands to the broader political structure..
"heather n" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert experts on expert. I'm Dan Shepard I'm joined by Monica Monsoon. Well, you know. We had a lineup this week. We're going to have linus more set on Monday and we didn't do that. You wrote a beautiful thing explaining that, and then we had another expert of course scheduled for today, but we changed that out with a more relevant expert to what's happening right? Right now all around the country in response to George Floyd in the police brutality. Today we have heather mcghee. Heather is someone who's worked with economic policy and the government level. She was the president of Demos, She's a UC Berkeley law school graduate, and has a BA from Yale and she has a wonderful perspective and I really really really urge everyone to watch her ted talk which. which is entitled? Racism has a cost for everyone and armed Jerry's please watch. Racism has a cost everyone. She's three thousand views shy of a million and I think that US arm cherries can get hurt to two million. That's my goal for her and for us, so please check out. Racism has a cost for everyone on Youtube. This will be the first of many podcasts that we're going. Going to dedicate to this issue as we try to learn more figure out what we can do to help, yeah, we don't want it to be a big fervor that lasts for a couple of weeks, and then fades away as they usually do want this to be a continued conversation, so we are going to be part of that solution. We're going to be exploring, inviting and trying to. Prolong this conversation for the foreseeable future whether it's extra episodes or more experts I'm lean towards extra I always like more content than we'll continue to talk about this issue, so. Please enjoy heather McKee. She has a lot of profound things to say and we really appreciate her making time. When a lot of people wanNA talk to her, so thank you so much and please enjoy Heather Mickey. Hello..
"heather n" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert experts on expert I'm Dan Shepard I'm joined by Monica monsoon well. You know we had a lineup this week. We're going to have linus more set on Monday and we didn't do that. You wrote a beautiful thing explaining that, and then we had another expert of course scheduled for today, but we changed that out with a more relevant expert to what's happening right? Right now all around the country in response to George Floyd in the police brutality. Today we have heather mcghee. Heather is someone who's worked with economic policy and the government level. She was the president of Demos She's a UC Berkeley law school graduate, and has a BA from Yale and she has a wonderful perspective and I really really really urge everyone to watch her ted talk which. which is entitled? Racism has a cost for everyone and armed. Jerry's please watch. Racism has a cost everyone. She's three thousand views shy of a million and I. Think that US Arm Cherries can get hurt to two million. That's my goal for her and for us, so please check out. Racism has a cost for everyone on Youtube. This will be the first of many podcasts that we're going. Going to dedicate to this issue as we try to learn more figure out what we can do to help, yeah, we don't want it to be a big fervor that lasts for a couple of weeks, and then fades away as they usually do want this to be a continued conversation, so we are going to be part of that solution. We're going to be exploring, inviting and trying to. Prolong this conversation for the foreseeable future whether it's extra episodes or more experts, I'm lean towards extra. I always like more content than we'll continue to talk about this issue, so. Please enjoy heather McKee. She has a lot of profound things to say and we really appreciate her making time when a lot of people wanna talk to her, so thank you so much and please enjoy Heather Mickey. Hello..
"heather n" Discussed on LadyGang
"For you. Becca thank you. Our guest today is not only. Becca Tobin's idol. But last week. She posted a photo of her wearing a set of lace Gucci embroidered. Gloves to dinner and she became my idol to actress television personality host wife and mom as a real housewife of Orange County. Oh g she says what she wants does what she pleases. And let's all of us into her. Ever so glamorous life. She's married to one of America's most favorite plastic surgeons who transformed some of the most botched procedures in the into the most watched procedures together the TV couple has written a book and created one of the fastest growing beauty brands in the world. She's a fellow podcast or her show comes out every Thursday and Friday. Please welcome to the show. Heather dubrow. Wow What an interesting oath fabulous coming out to. Are they out yet? No March end of March. Oh what kind of clothes. Yes so I did a full line of Apparel. It's it's for our shopping channels for shop. Hq Youtube Channel. Heather's closet so starting in March it's eighty pieces of apparel. I've got ten pairs of shoes. Got Seven handbags accessories and every month. It's kind of a new drop by the way I designed all this stuff. This isn't private label. That's amazing. I was like I've been approach to do that. Yeah over the years licensing thing. Yeah Yeah and not that. There's anything wrong with that. It's fine. He's a great way to monetize. You know what your situation is but for me. I felt like if I was going to do that. It would have to be stuff I am where and will wear. And she's a fancy bitch like don't put her in a in a macy's I mean I also shop at Zara kinds. I like to make everything. It's Highbrow lowbrow I just WanNa say on behalf of the late again. We're so glad you're here because honestly episode two of our pockets. Where like you know who we need as Heather dubrow announcement five years. We never been. You've ever done hurt. John Harris we did as a trio. And then you went back right when you did it like when I started believing podcast. You're on. Yeah you've never graced us. She she's like tire. You can come up my show but I don't have time for your show. I am so here I remember why because last time I was asked very busy. His last one was asked to your show. It was like you can come when the wind is blowing in an easterly direction and timing is this it was like it was very healthy. Healthy problem he's at entertainment tonight. Like twenty for BECO- Higher. Can we're chilling time is saying? Apparently I just stayed home other. Yeah well you know I love it when I'm like I'm sorry I can't and they're like we have lives too. We're also have things going on. I'm like I know but you're right. I have a question though. How are your house is doing? I know it's so dark. I'm actually thank you for asking. I'm in a neighbor war right now. Everyone there will be a good person. She's eighty five. Okay so ready to move. No Oh my God. I know who's going to buy that house like the King of Prussia. Wait no Laurie. Laurie and Massimo just put their twenty million dollar house on the market. Maybe they're in the market. I do you know they used to live In the community extras. Oh Shit..
"heather n" Discussed on LadyGang
"Hit actually CBD does mellow me out really doesn't do shit for me does okay. Well I before it kicks in crazy. Now it's good we know okay. I'M GONNA go first sir. Here's my bad week. I've made a real a realization about myself that I always knew but it has been confirmed many times this week but I am a terrible driver. I get honked at pretty much every time. I'm behind the wheel exclusively every moment. I thought it's because La drivers are just asshole but it turns out. I'm the ASSHOLE and I'm pretty sure that now there's something on next door. I mean I don't says my neighbors about. I think that if you went searching hard enough if you looked in the Hollywood hills you'd hear about a girl in a white BMW X. Five who's zipping through the Canyon like she owns the place. Oh You remind me of my dad because my dad has the same problem. He'll always come home from work and tell my mom. He's a good guy. Flipped me off on the freeway. What is wrong with everybody? And when I'm in the car with my dad and my dad it's you drive forty five miles an hour on the freeway. You're you're switching lane looking anywhere and it's like I don't think it's everybody else's pissed off. I think this is the astle. No I'm aware I'm fully aware I'm the asshole but it's okay it'll be alright you know. Self-awareness is great. It's I have a lot of it too much I've driven to and I've always felt great because I know that. Ups from an accident. And I really do drive safe when you're in my car. I drive safer then go. Mother children are thinks back friendship. Ptsd my good week guys. I have done seventeen. Yoga classes in twenty twenty. Yep You could use this for your other. Good we now. I said that I was going going. Oh Wow I'm you police. Good Week bad week like you did. Just talk about how you've been going to Yoga and other times that your people talked about this. I'm like yeah. In twenty million companies two weeks ago. People like an update. Okay I am doing great. Do you feel so good. I feel amazing. I am proud of you for probably being the only person that's stuck to somewhat of a New Year's resolution you know why because it wasn't a resolution decided I just was like you know what I know myself. I know I feel really good when I do hot yoga every day. So I'm going to go and you know what I noticed. Now when I guess it's good for my mind Blah Blah Blah but like. Let's be serious. It's also by now when I lay on my side at night I grab I can sometimes when you after the holidays like I noticed that there's like a lot of extra grabby nece Berlin my stomach. It's going away. Wow Yeah I'm excited. That's great thank you so I hope I can keep this up. Here's hoping the here's something. I'm GonNa go my good because I said that already. Twenty sixteen really snapping at each other so I know so. Chelsea brought it up and she was like it's like you guys hate each other but like in a lovely way. We're like sisters and I was like I think that's how you act torture so my sister and I definitely yeah yea talk shit to each other every day and have to or else is boring and I think like when there's such a deep love that you know that's they're always yeah you can be a deck like I would take a bullet. I mean I wish I would have had and make it into a wig for you. That's Nice I would one of you. I guess which one of you I hate the least dark for one of you. I would take a dart like have you seen when the guy in his head stuck in his head. I would go on flats splash mountain for you to walk around Disneyland Wet. There is nothing that stinks. Worse than that Splash Mountain water. I can smell it. I know I can look okay. I'M GONNA go dank imply. Good Week is I have a new dictionary word. I feel like we haven't done this in a while vodka vagina hot and a whiskey. Dick when a guy can't get hard after he's been drinking. Yeah Vodka Vagina. You get way because you've been drinking. That never happens. Oh really you've been strength way that we have no. It doesn't come from three shifts of a ship. Okay when you're hydrated AF drinking all day just can't get turned on because you don't really know what's going on all sensory nerves shut down so that I like it. It was one of our lady hangers on our facebook group. Can't remember who so bad week is back. I went to the Britney Spears in the zone thing today. I don't think I've ever seen people are so uninterested in something we we're such idiots. We're going for research for the leading toward kind of see what was going on installations and it was at noon. We were so lame lame but then there. Are these two girls that were there from Australia? And I've never seen so to people more excited for something. They were dancing. My God they were taken all the pictures they were having the best time didn't go on the toxic thing and like take a picture behind the bar. Car DIDN'T DO ANYTHING. We're just walk through it. Yeah I mean it's noon on Wednesday I go. I'm like maybe these Green Shirt Ryan shot. No but my bad week is I in that moment that I will never be that excited for anything in my life. I don't think I have that much excitement and energy within me all right. I'll go all right so I brought this up in the late evening. Facebook group did not response is hoping for. But it wasn't about stickers. Mike Week is that I think I came up with the greatest idea for like saying that is non sexual life.
"heather n" Discussed on LadyGang
"Unless you've been living under a rock. She is the celebrity makeup artist. Who's done the faces of Kate? Moss Amal Clooney Jennifer Aniston. Kim Kardashian West Jennifer Lopez Victoria Beckham. I mean. The list goes on and on the most glamorous glamorous woman with the most amazing makeup line. I used so so so many of her products And one of my favorites. Kelty actually introduced me to it's the pillow talk collection. It's the best. Selling globally adored nude pink shade. That's on everyone's lips. I literally wear this almost every red carpet. People constantly asked me. What colored is. It's like the little black dress and makeup. Its first tile injury me. It's the perfect pink nude shade. It's proof because it's America's number one lipstick in the US in two thousand nineteen. That's right it's game changer. But what's so exciting as I just got sent. There is a new collection. She's expanding the pillow talk collection to include medium and intense shades of each cult pillow. Talk Products Lip liner lipstick. Flusher and Ipod I just tried the medium on my lips and it is so amazing. The color is awesome. And we want you guys to check it out Charlotte Tilbury shop directly from Charlotte Tilbury Dot Com as well as our freestanding. Beauty Wonderland grow la. Get over there. Yeah this welcome to the Lady Gang. Say That again weighty. Things are about to change around here each week. We catch up with Hollywood's hottest girl Posse guilty night. Becca Tobin and Jack Vanik. Hello Hello Hello Welcome. Delayed the gang. I am Becca. Tobin here with Jack. Vanik and calcium. And how's it going it's mired now because I'm thinking of the listeners? I do like an answer. Martha I just a gum drop from this. Cd Company and I can't wait for the CB doesn't hit actually CBD does mellow me out really doesn't do shit for me does okay. Well I before it kicks in crazy..
"heather n" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"I know they were there's no private and that makes it more legitimate. No, we are young. Because skeptics, I know there's something about I really wanna believe in that love because my mom was eleven years older than my late father's. So I love an older woman. She shield earned even realize. Yeah. But she's like inner cities yet. Yeah. And he's my that's crazy. How would you feel if you bought your own age, so but I don't know. But I kind of hear that it's not here on chill. I just wish they went about it in a different way. Like the thirst with all the videos that pictures the Bogue did this never ended yet. You're right people who are as big as stars as they are like usually command more privacy like Haley, Nick. I mean Haley and Justin they're like thirst, monster, Instagram, whatever. And even they are. So probably like, I know nothing about them. And like everything everything I see about them in the press wasn't released by them. It's like a potsy who called the him crying on the beach like everything they do put out by them. And it's weird. Yes. It was weird that the people MAG, and then they had like the didn't never wedding less. We can New Jersey another. S for friends and family in New Jersey, you're gonna make it it's like it. Never ends eleven eleven make a wish meringue take marine cake meringue cake, meringue cake, meringue cake, meringue cake meringue. And seeing that something pretty good. I mean, if you're next story great something that we haven't discussed yet. But it's been all over Instagram, and I don't really care, but a lot of people started to me the bachelor's Kasey ran off addresses docu series. That's currently airing about her and her ex, okay. This is really shady von. I saw this story developing, and it wasn't until he really sat down and read it till I realize how Shadia what's okay, this is the long story short Tassie as was a student at a Christian college. So Heather N who's also on the bachelor, they were filming a show, a siesta key type show in their college. I think it was like a student project. I wasn't on any networks. I think it's like, you know, someone's passion project and they're making like a cool little show. We're like someone who's like studying fill. Yes. But the way that it's package makes it look like a TV show. But I don't think it was on any TV networks, and it tolerates her and her friends, and you know, she's on and off again with her boyfriend. So now, she's on the bachelor competing for Colton and really and winning Colton. And these trailers for the show are coming up. It looks like she's a monster. Who's just like on every reality TV show. However, I think this was filmed a while back her and her man broke up for good before she went on the bachelor that they broke up for a week before she went on the right? And then she's on the bachelor..
"heather n" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Now while thanks so at it makes for deigning to watch alternate on in the vat refund so yes so there's that coming up and of course the main event on today's show is heather graham heather graham we all know heather grabbe every everybody knows heather graham whether it's awesome powers or boogie nights she's had a hangover she's had an eclectic long career i mean going all the way back to vicence the drive and of what was a drugstore cowboy so yes she's she's definitely we have different kinds of wives in cinema and now is living a new life as a writer director her and her new film is half magic it's kind of like a broad sex comedy in a way that is startling lee relevant in these in these times it's a it's a it's a film about harassment in the workplace it's a film about an actor or a sorry a a writer who female writer who wants to make a movie much like other graham was eighth muzzy actress who wanted to make a movie in wisconsin shutdown by by men in hollywood that's kind of what her character experiences in this it's getting very good reviews and it is is available i believe on i tunes in all of yogi and all those kind of shenanigans it's also in ten cities around the us so check out half magic heather was it away to chat with we cover all from her her upbringing yes of course we dig into boogie nights my favorite bo finger all things fair anger when she so get in that i've had got up our finger of in your whole lowergrade great movie great movie.