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Stillbirthday: A Pregnancy Loss is Still a Birthday with Heidi Faith

The Birth Ease Podcast

07:48 min | 3 weeks ago

Stillbirthday: A Pregnancy Loss is Still a Birthday with Heidi Faith

"You mind sharing what brought you to life work? What brought still birthday to life first? I want to begin by telling you how enamored I am to have this opportunity to have some space just with you off. As you know as things start to progress kind kind of changes your permissions to really enter into deliberate conversation about this thing you're doing rather than doing the thing you're doing and so having an opportunity to just really pause and take stock of the past decade. It's really an invitation to my spirit and I want to thank you for offering that for me. You're so welcome. So birthday started. It's an extension of my life. And so to try to make that as I don't know as expeditious as possible. I was raised as an orphan and when social workers are the the people of influencing or life social workers become who you might aspire to be you someday and so I really was on this trajectory of becoming a social worker when I experienced my first pregnancy and that really was transformative for me and I learned about do love support and dead. We're still marveled by it that I really pushed the brakes on everything and took this left her and became a doula and so I had been a doula for about ten years when I went in for an ultrasound and learned that my baby wasn't alive and it was in that moment that I really feel that still birthday was born. It was a moment. I was in total darkness it was you know, the ultrasound lady was talking to me and I just wanted to say just be quiet because I was sure that this miracle was going to take place thought that my baby was going to return to life and when that ultrasound screen was shut off and the totality of the moment was really solidified in that moment. I was absolutely overwhelmed. I didn't know how to get up off of the crinkly paper of the ultrasound table. Everything was catastrophic and I just thought Exact same time. I just wanted to find the next mom. Where is she I'm panicked for her because I can't undo what's happening to me. But I have to find her. I don't want her to be alone and weeks off by and I was so unsettled with this sense of where is she? I have to find her she's going through this Darkness to it was a July night of that same year and the way that I know my story is literally the Holy Spirit woke me up and said, what are you waiting for? So I started a free blog. I thought it would need to be this beautiful thing and very meticulous organized and everything put together, but that's not the way that it happened. I just started with was a free blog and I started a pot of coffee in the middle of the night and just started pouring everything. I knew about birth the third trimester and translated that to what is it like for birth in the second trimester and what is it like her birth in the first trimester and I did that for about a week or two age. Kids in bed start a pot of coffee and just pour everything I knew into this free database and at the end of it I launched it and I shared it with first workers and just said, you know, what's your take on this? What's the vibe that you're getting from it? Do you like it? And it touched every demographic it touched all the different sort of communities that you would think would be unreachable. If you're reaching the other community really was crossing all these thresholds. It was pro-life versus pro-choice. Everyone was on board with that. It was, you know, any way that you could slice the birds Community, right? We all thought we were just touched by this message that there needs to be a paradigm shift, and I think that globally we were ready for it. I think that we were ready for this beginning of this Paradigm change that song to take place. That's I have so many thoughts. As I was listening. that moment when you hear I'm just sitting with it when you hear those words, there's no heartbeat or and going to wage was your sonographer compassionate even when you were saying I just wanted her to stop talking for a moment off and I was just dead. Thinking to how those moments transcends all cultures all faiths. All demographics. Hm. Yeah, it really does. I think when it does it makes people uncomfortable because it's a new thing and so especially at the beginning there were a lot of questions to be fleshed out like Heidi you're sharing your face openly. So how do you feel about me when I don't have that, you know, things like that and I think what ends up happening is that June 1st day has become a platform for all of our voices. We all bring something very special and unique. One thing that I'm finally starting to see is a real unified voice speaking into for example, the Democratic of families women who are of color that specific statistics that they carry the specific realities that are charged to carry and hold and the difficulties in that and I'm not a person of color. So what still birthday does is it gives all of us a platform to speak authentically off. To our authentic demographics and think what ends up coming from that is the imbued permission that we realize that we have not that we're granted permission, but that we have a commission intrinsically to be who we are in to allow that to speak into such a vulnerable space as a birth Doula as a traditional birth Doula for about a decade. I was really trained in Chicago opened to believe that medical intervention was the steepest left turn that you do everything in your power. It's a birth Doula to prevent medical support in some within our demographic home and there's the right to live for every family but there are some do those who believe that medical intervention is the. Where do you live support meets? That is. Hold that I will support you in so you need an epidural and that's my threshold. I might support you until you need a cesarean birth. And that's my threshold. If you cross that threshold, I will leave the hospital I walk. Leave the birth space that is not where my training has carried me too. That's not where my heart space is carried to and we all have different reasons for that for the individuals to do that. But that was my framework. It was cesarean is sort of the worst case scenario. So what can I do to prevent that at all odds and you know, we talked like this little sprinkle of miscarriage of a Sprinkle of silver is in our dialogue, you know, the two pages in chapter 7 of this text that were reading just to sort of say that we covered our bases but we don't really unpack their life and we've always perceived it as this totally different dimension that's really sort of off the table. That's for other people for for the death speak people. That's not for the life span of people.

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New York Weather: Sunny day, highs in the low 60s

Midday News

00:38 sec | Last month

New York Weather: Sunny day, highs in the low 60s

"Dude dude dude A A A nice nice nice fall fall fall day day day 68 68 68 ft ft ft High High High and and and partly partly partly cloudy cloudy cloudy tonight tonight tonight not not not nearly nearly nearly his his his chili chili chili is last night along with 58 of the city Cancer 50 throughout the Hudson Valley Big warm up tomorrow Sunshine Dixie was clouds breezy tomorrow to new diet, the 77th. Not as warm Sunday. Becoming cloudy could be late day showers. At least South City Sunday side on far from 70 degrees and occasional rain Sunday night and Monday follows Sunday night. 56 like cooler on Monday with Heidi Years 60. It's currently 57 at Oxford 64. Degrees in Flushing its now 63 big travel light temperature of 68.

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Does Talking To Plants Help Them Grow?

Short Wave

05:33 min | Last month

Does Talking To Plants Help Them Grow?

"All Right Emily Kwong you are here for another microwave the. Short. Little episodes where we read some listener mail at the end. And we're talking about what science has to say and not say about plant bioacoustics and this question that I can't believe I'm asking which is does talking to plants impact their growth. It is probably the most common question I get from the public. This is Heidi apple professor of Environmental Sciences at the University of Toledo. And just to get this out of the way, there is no conclusive scientific proof. The talking to your plans helps them grow. All. Right. Every episode done Boo Boo Boo we. Hold the phone if I? It's not that simple because Heidi is one of the few people who has studied plant response to sound and she considers plants to be sentient beings. They have a sense of vision sight smell. And taste they have hearing. Scientists disagree about what language to use here I mean our plants sentient. They don't have brains. You know those kinds of questions but scientists have found evidence that plants can detect sound all life has some form of McConnell reception. Mechanical reception meaning, they can sense stimuli from their environment like touch pressure and vibration. We humans have pressure receptors on our skin and it turns out that plants can sense pressure to this is this is very cool. I'm getting into this now. Yeah. Through these special proteins called mechanical receptors that can send a signal that sets off a chain of events telling the plant, how to respond so like if a bug lands on them or something yes, and the plant will perhaps release chemical to defend itself plant panic. That's right. So these Magana receptors are really important for telling the plant what's up in its environment and plant scientists think these McKenna receptors may play a role in helping plants, pick up vibrations including the vibrations caused by sound. You know sound waves we've known for a long time that plants can respond to single tones or even music. And they can respond by growing a little differently or their seeds may germinate at a different rate. But we never understood why they would do this. Why would they have this capability and that's where my work with collaborator Rex Co crowd at the University of Missouri comes in. So few years ago. Heidi Rex put together a little study asking if a plant will respond to vibrations in their environment and the vibration they chose to test was caused by a Caterpillar shoeing. What an adorable experiment munch up the leaves of the plant, specifically a mouse ear cress which Heidi had growing in the lab. and. These vibrations are super subtle. The the leaf sometimes moving like one ten thousand of an inch as the Caterpillar bites down. Brexit Heidi played the vibration, the vibration of the nominee caterpillar right back to other crush plants who had not been munched on at all, and then expose those same plants to real. Caterpillars. And measured their chemical response and the plants that had heard the recording beforehand produced more insect defense chemicals Oh so like playing the sound before the real caterpillar primed the plants. Yeah. This experiment show that plants pre exposed to the sound of Human Caterpillar produced a different response more plant panic if you will. Yes I will which suggested you know that plants these plants are sensitive to the sounds of this Predator the Caterpillar and then they tested other vibrations on the plant wind other insect eating noises that were not as threatening and when you know the plants did not respond like chemically they didn't respond. Correct. So okay. So does that mean they have? For lack of a better term selective hearing more like selective responding. Okay. Plants do respond to sound but only to sounds they've evolved to respond to if that makes sense. In, this case a Caterpillar Chewing Gotcha. Okay. So Caterpillar chewing. Yes. But what about a human voice? Well, that hasn't been comprehensively tested. Okay and Heidi thinks it's not likely a plant will be experiencing. No as in the sense of wind or a bird or a singing and Tamala gist. You, but they will they will be tuned to only the things that are important to them. Right, and and we don't know if one of those things is a human voice. We also don't know the. Of what they detect and we don't know if they'd have a reason to respond. So should you talk to your plants? Sure. Why not is it going to help them grow better your voice alone? No I don't think it's going to however. If you connect emotionally with your plant, better because you're talking with them, that means you're probably going to take better care of it, and therefore we're talking to your plants indirectly could

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The Worker Shortage Mystery

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:48 min | Last month

The Worker Shortage Mystery

"It is a tough time to be looking for work. We're hearing stories all over the country dozens and dozens of people competing for a single job opening there just aren't a lot of open positions right now unless you're chat Dolan, we have so many jobs open. You wouldn't believe it chat president of Midwest, staffing in Minneapolis they help companies hire workers. All over Minnesota and Chad says, he has a ton of open jobs. Let's see. So we place welders, we place machine, operation? People General Labor where how shipping and receiving we have an entry level HR role and administrative assistant role I e reading me a list of like what you're currently hiring for. Yes. Just some of the ones were curly hiring for. We have hundreds and hundreds of open job orders right now. Meaning Chad wants to hire hundreds and hundreds of people for full-time jobs with benefits. So Chad has basically the Oprah of jobs out there like you get a job, you get a jog, everybody gets a job except Chad says, he cannot find people to take these jobs. So I have been in this industry for over twenty years. Never in my career have I experienced a situation where we literally have people to work, but they won't go back to work. I mean, we have clients who saved US five people a week. If you can find them for us, we can't find them and when it first started happening chat thought I know what's going on here? What's been challenging for us our our average pay rates it's all about the Benjamins, our average pay rates for candidates. Anywhere from fourteen to eighteen dollars an hour, we weren't able to pay them enough to put them back to work. So Chad, was doing the math back in April when government was paying out in extra six hundred dollars in unemployment as part of the cares act that Congress passed back in March and Chad found was that people could actually make more money off of their unemployment benefits than they would by taking one of his jobs and. It was not just Chad's Math pro-west that led him to the conclusion a situation where I called a candidate up I explained the job to them. It was. It's exactly what they've done in their past and literally laughed at me and hung up the phone they laughed at him. That's crazy. Chad thought as long as those extra benefits earn place getting people to take these jobs is going to be a problem but when that extra. Six hundred dollars went away the end of July Chad's problem didn't. So it was not the six hundred dollars. Chad started thinking about other possibilities like maybe it's the location like maybe there just aren't a lot of people looking for jobs in Minneapolis right now but that doesn't really seem to explain the mystery either because right across town from Chad Keith rose says he's been desperately looking for work. Keep is an audio visual technician he worked. At a company setting up for Conferences Expos back in March he was furloughed for two months and then another two months and another, and since the pandemic started I am over one hundred thirty applications and I've had only eighth interviews since then and I've had no job offers. So every day Keith wakes up and checks his job alerts he sends resumes and meets with his career counselors. He even has a spreadsheet on his computer where he logs. Job He's applied to he says, the competition is overwhelming and he's just not getting many calls back at times. It's kind of a bit of an emotional beatdown I have. Just been fighting this uphill battle and. Constantly getting the form. Thank you for your application, but you're not exactly what we're looking for. At this time, we encourage you to continue to look at our career site for any further opportunities you you might be qualified for Keith's family relies on his income. His wife is high risk for contracting corona virus and cannot go back to work Keith son just graduated from college and is living at home. He says, money is getting tight, but he says that is not the only reason that he wants to go back to work for me workers having the sense of purpose I want to be in a position where I'm making a contribution to something or to someone. That's just the way, I-. hardwired I guess, and that's what I want to be doing. I don't do well sitting down and doing nothing. So on one side of town, you've got demand for Labour you've got Chad sing his all these open jobs that he needs to fill on the other side of town. You've got supply of Labor you've got Keith saying he desperately wants job and he's looking and looking and he can't find one and there are reports of this kind of situation happening all over the country right now. So what is going on? I get this question all the time that tiny shareholder. Senior economist at the economic policy. Institute my first question variety is there like some kind of worker shortage happening the answer to that is just an absolute no. Right now, there are quite literally more than eight million more unemployed people than job openings. So there's an absolute excess of workers who need jobs over and above job openings that are posted. Heidi says if there were an actual worker shortage, we would see wages going up for jobs because when employers truly can't find workers, they start offering more money for those

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Disney leads companies announcing layoffs; big airline job cuts loom

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Disney leads companies announcing layoffs; big airline job cuts loom

"Disney yesterday announcing twenty eight thousand people would be let go Royal Dutch Shell said this morning nine thousand layoffs worldwide tomorrow is the first of October which means airlines are looking at mass layoffs as we've been telling Ya. And so the help is. Where marketplace's and dealer gets US GOING At about two in the afternoon yesterday I Knez Guzman says she got an email from an employer. She's a housekeeper at the Disneyland. Hotel. Well, it pretty must just told us that they were going to lay off twenty eight thousand people. She's been furloughed since March thirteenth, which means up till now Disney's been paying for health insurance and she's been collecting unemployment but she's worried that if her job is gone, what's she going to do? We can betty care bills and I'm a family of seven and I'm barely making it Jim Sullivan. Studies, poverty and teaches economics the University of Notre Dame he says Congress seems to. Be Banking on the labor market recovering somehow when quickly but that could be wishful thinking if the labor market doesn't improve significantly over the next few months and unemployment rates remain as high as they are, which is much higher than they were at the beginning of the year we're going to surely see poverty continue to rise. He says, current data is already showing many families are struggling to get enough to eat much less pay their bills, Heidi? Sheer whole to the Economic Policy Institute says, it's ultimately up to Congress to step in and help if it doesn't. This will go down as one of the biggest unforced errors. In the economy that I've ever seen and it will just it will mean the working people the working families of this country will just suffer enormously and needlessly she says the Fed is doing what it can incentivize Americans to spend. But what families really need is more relief

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Belichick reaches milestone as Patriots top Raiders 36-20

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

04:59 min | 2 months ago

Belichick reaches milestone as Patriots top Raiders 36-20

"Everyone is time for the bonus episode postgame recap for Vegas Nation podcast. I'm your host Heidi Fang and I'm joined with our readers writers, Ed Greenie, Adam. Hill we're going to break down what happened here in the Raiders Lost Thirty six to twenty against the New England Patriots here Gillette Stadium in Foxborough at an ir up in the press box Adam back in Vegas a from my vantage point it was. A lot of mistakes made by the raiders, which is something you can't do against the bill belichick coach team. So we're GONNA get all into that here but I I want to remind everybody that we are brought to you by Salmon Ash, indeed visa and also favor. So make sure to subscribe wherever you're listening and what was your first take on what you saw out in the field today with the raiders. You're right. They did everything you can't do and win on the road or anywhere turn the ball over three times. Once rent on. Didn't protect car when they were driving. Me fumbled the Fumble Alina Game Matter Games already overby fumbled the end zone. In the second half, they just wore down defensively I actually done the first thirty minutes be interested at him. I think thought the first thirty minutes they played. As good. A defense as they haven't a while let's be honest. Thirteen points here cam help them a lot. He wasn't any third, but they were down on the second Apple Sikhism Derek. Carr in the offense couldn't stand field. He gave up two hundred and fifty yards total rushing late Sony Michelle when expert in its players per talking, you know these of League so they were down and they just couldn't match. Match up. So a bad game they printed everything you can do and what on the road so Adam how much in fact that these running bags like just through the defense offered their game because I don't think they were looking to contain the likes of three different running backs in this one I think they prepared to contain Cam Newton? What was your thoughts on the running game? I think I was definitely a part of it and I think there was definitely adjustments made. By the Patriots coaching staff because as as ED put out for the first half of the, Patriots were able to run the ball somewhat. But I thought a it wasn't. There wasn't those explosive plays. There wasn't those big plays downfield and it was a kind of picking up some yards here. They're moving the ball effectively but not really gashing the raiders defense and then. They figured out something in the run game after halftime and I'll be interested to find out the later in the week. Interested to get the the all twenty two film comes out like Tuesday. Look a little what happened but I think just at first glance without really looking into what they were doing on the line maybe differently. They definitely started to go to some more cutback plays where they I thought really were able to take advantage of some over pursuit of the writer side in particular from Jonathan Abram, who you know, we know what he can do. In terms just flying around offensively and having people would kind of sending a message for that defense but at the same time. You can use that aggression against him and I think the Patriots kind of figure that out a little bit and it really hit him with a big plays on a place where he got into the gap, he was near the bulk area but just couldn't make up Adams exactly right and and they're going to have to here's the thing about a player John Neighbor might think they love is aggressiveness in his hitting all that he's got a swagger Jim and I. Hate to say this, but sometimes, you just have to you have to balance that it's hard to tell a guy like that. Don't play this way but Adams wait we should for resod against Christian McCaffrey, over pursues too much when you take the battling new pursue Sunny Michelle Christian McCaffrey, they're gonNA come back will go so Yeah. They just didn't play the run wellness second atoms right they adjusted and you have to give Michelle credit like I said when you go For, an average of thirteen yards of Kerry and I don't know if he's ever average per carry more than seven in a games and you also have saved in job I am. But they did they didn't play offensively were out of rhythm Waller. We'll talk about that I know atoms writing thoughts. Darren WELLM was non factor when you get a lot of good at the bill Belgium at he talked about. How good daring waller as well. Guess what he must have died because they ran every defense coverage double team run in stem and stopped him. So atom I know you you wrote about this mean, what did you hear the game to her? How they? You know bottle up there wall I thought it was a group effort I. think that's what of expected to hear from the Patriots Bill. Belichick obviously didn't go into detail about what he did. I think it was just a lot of deception what they were doing offensively disguising it and Bella check pointed out. Hey, it wasn't somebody covering him necessarily a lot of zone. We played a lot of you know bracket coverage a lot of. Men under there was a lot of different things. Defensively. On Waller but I think it was more just about the looks of they're giving up the line and never letting the raiders. No. Before the play what kind of coverage is GonNa be on Waller? Want Credit Anybody I. Think mccourty would be the one that you would like added. Say. Devin mccourty that Dinnie. Tremendous job on him but it was a little bit of everybody kind of in the mixer.

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Understanding Early Muslim History and Sectarianism, with Dr. Ali Ataie

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

06:00 min | 2 months ago

Understanding Early Muslim History and Sectarianism, with Dr. Ali Ataie

"Elliott I. It is a rental student in researcher WHO's been involved in interfaith activities for over two decades. He holds a Master's in Biblical studies with a focus on. New. Testament and Biblical languages. He also holds a PhD in cultural historical studies in religion from the graduate. Theological. Union his doctoral work focused on Muslim Herman UNIX of Biblical texts especially, the Gospel of John. And he lives, in Santa, cinnabon California with his wife Royer and three daughters. So welcome to the show Dr Ali tight. Thank you because local good to be back for a third time. Yes. We're always excited and I know in the past we've had you You know on the show to Kinda talk. About Christianity. Were of sort of interfaith conversations in the audience as well as US. We benefited him immensely from those on. So I thought this would be a little bit different. I know something that you would probably consider a little bit outside of your wheelhouse or area of expertise perhaps but I would contend that you know i. if you are perfectly suited in a sense that not only given your background that you touched upon on the first episode but to really kind of have a conversation a, that is related to an intra faith. Issue of between kind of the she and the Sunni tradition and I say that. Because Dr your background actually your family background has something you had mentioned the first time we had this conversation you come from a she background your family is or remain or is still short she yes might my parents or practicing Shiites to use the Latin sort of suffix please them or she I guess we can say. So Yeah mink growing up. We were like I don't typical sort of Iranian so. No religion really anywhere and freedom to do whatever we wanted. Think. However, we wanted but as my parents got older, they rediscovered their. Roots their Shiite woods. So there you know they may have two, thousand, six and they're. Very, devout Shia now. so for me growing up however. I actually, never really considered myself. a Muslim until I got into. College. and. Then the brothers I met initially were so knee and they sort of against to enter the wing and and copy. Islam. In an over the years, of course, with I've had. Great conversations with my parents on on certain things and. What's the significance of this event in history you? How do you interpret this verse? What about this Heidi Eve? Things like that So that's that's where a standard now. Yeah, I mean you off air you made the caveat This isn't sort of an area of study or expertise for you on, but not only just given the family background but I would I mean as someone who is really a deep student of history I think that a I think some of the the touch points that we wanNA focus on in today's conversation on it'd be really nice to hear your thoughts on because essentially couple I wanted to make to clarifying points and then kind of dive right in, and that was related to the last episode of the two parter we did with the amount weenie. Is that for the listener someone some heard my question or my line of questioning as. Kind of questioning Sunni orthodoxy around some of these historical issues and I wanted to clarify that wasn't the case I mean I'm not I wasn't sort of trying to place. Any doubts on the Sunni narrative were the Sunni approach to these the historical events that we touched on but rather it was really as I said at the outset of the conversation with the Amati 'cause Weenie that this was not meant to be a debate. We weren't there to debate a Sunni points at the allergy were a Sunni the Sunni approach to some of the historical of historical events that we talked about. So it was more of being able to be deferential. To our guest and give him the opportunity to really essentially lay down the narrative of early. Muslim. History according to the cheese sources. So I, wanted to clarify that from some of the questions that I asked not for you professor Italian but rather listener Number two with regards to this particular conversation where things more meaningful to you is that the purpose of this show is not to have you on to serve offer the Su Ni reputation, right to the points that were raised in the last episode. This is not a polemic, a polemical conversation. Again, we're not here to sort of do that. That's not the approach that at least i WanNa, take I imagine all three of us don't WanNa take it's more of a deep dive or as deep as we can get given time constraints and so on on into kind of the Sunni perspective on some of the issues, there are some of the events that we focused on last time. Good. Bremer. Great. Great. So I think or if you had any thoughts or any comments you wanted to make otherwise I'd be happy to kind of dive right into it with. A tiny. No I just want to echo that like I decided emptying Irwin Cup of understanding and just trying to understand and learn in that conversation we weren't coming with their own. Ideas to the table. They were not that we were undermining ideas. We just put them to the sites we can learn.

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Episode 6: Tama Pili  Why I can practice homosexuality and still worship god

Think On Your Faith

08:12 min | 3 months ago

Episode 6: Tama Pili Why I can practice homosexuality and still worship god

"The fearless Thomas who's not afraid of WHO is. When I see prepared a Gopher Church on Sundays, I always think to myself. Does. He not know what the Scriptures say. Does he not know? or or so I guess I, want to ask you. You Are you aware? Are you aware of what the penalty he is out of that if you don't depend on mean in other words if you continue to live your lifestyle, not according to but according to the doctrine are Mormon doctrine and Christian doctrine. If you continue to live the lifestyle that you live and you don't apologize for it and you don't make you know you don't make the efforts to repent of it. Your resting. Place. Is the according to the Old Testament the vengeance of eternal fire. Yeah. I am well aware of that as sitting out so I know the consequences. And the senior is and the reason why I do what I do, and I did the way I live is as I That's in the future and I am not going to. Don't know what the future out I don't know. Maybe maybe one of these days I'll have a cheese of art. As. Is there part of you that hopes and believes at some point in the future? Maybe a future rebel revelation will change this in the church and that you'll be exonerated you'll be vindicated. To me, that's. An issue. To me if it happens, it happens. That's great if it doesn't, it doesn't. I like to focus on today an. and. And try to do things to make me happy. Do you go your testimony on? No? No the only thing I do is I be. The only thing you do is what? May tithing. Partake of the sacrament. No I. Don't I. I. I know what I can and can't do and I only do I know I I can do is it safe for me to assume that? What keeps you going on Sundays. Is the social aspect of religion. All Hell No. It's not I do not socialize with anybody church except for like if I see my family I, just go for a Sacramento and I I do not for us I just. My Tidy Heidi. There and then I. I I come home and So you don't attend any classes you don't take. Any callings in Youtube in the church. No I told him I. Yeah. I 'cause I know I can't and I'm not going to. Not going to go to the process of repentance because every smell feeling of remorse as ours making me feel bad. I WanNa, go through the motions just look. Good added just look like I'm worthy serve because that's not me I wanna live my true self. And you wanted to and part of that is the election church and do what I can do and I don't participate in things that I know I shouldn't be artistic eating to me. have. You ever considered the alternative that you can actually live exactly the life that you want right now outside of Church has ever entered. Go to church though still go to church every Sunday. Yeah I think there's a problem in going to church I. Think part of it is also because that's just the How was raised in mashes And I I still. I. I still believe in God and. I still like I said, I go back to my testimony and when I received my own personal witness. And I can't deny it. And so that's the narrative way however like religion. There's a Lotta. There's some issues that I. have about religion but I just talked ducks like, okay. I just don't understand the every now and I'm not GonNa try to get ashes spread like for instance. Like, okay. We're taught that God is unchanging and cannot look at in the least agree. Oh, that's right. Like if you go in the scriptures. Okay seems like he is changing because sometimes. Things are acceptable. Started Times into non-acceptable at a nurse I'm like for else correct. Like. For instance, if you if you prescribed to those rem creation and how how we came about. We started with two people here on earth. So obviously, it says blood was the. down. Bucky your mother or your. How about? Not only happen once. In. Of Atom and then it was it was it was legit or happy with no. Light. So. So And then. I said, okay, insisted okay and then all of us in the nursing living me. Obviously. It's like it was okay then and now it's Ok okay. So right there is that. Okay. So we're taught that God is changing and put on policy for me I'm not. opne down because then I go back to the basis the what I do. Try to understand, I will not fully comprehend. Is, principle that will never fully comprehend. Learn learn it earned are. Just go back to the simple things and I back my own personal witness. And And I I lean on that and that's not going and it's like he's Doing what I do and it sounds like it's almost like a comfort blanket to it's just something that you're used to. It was something that's causing. And in fact, I actually end the way I'm doing not right now 'cause Mike by by name film Records Church when I came to my molly. Sorry, you said Your name is what? My Name's Star on Breakfast with the church but wh- debut if you're still going to church. Well because of my lifestyle because what I have, you have you been excommunicated. No I had A. WHO's who? Were then there's no reason you name would be removed from the church. Wall because. With my lifestyle I mean, obviously they would I on the ground. So excommunication. But anyways but I wanted to when I came out when I first came out of the house. My Mom me while the second time a team. I told her. I can't do this anymore I'm going to do this. I told her know because I. I respect sacredness of the covenants I mean you know as a member of the church and I told her I said I. Take these. and. So I want to take my name off the record church and then my mom only please whatever you do not take your name. So I might okay. So out her wishes, I didn't take my name. So then I change. Of course I stop wearing. Of course couldn't go to the temple and and that's how I. In that, that's how I've been living for all these years and so I'm comfortable with. Numbers. How does your word members in your bishop? Feel about that. Well. Let me see I. Don't to call me tell me that they're going to hold court and stuff like that. But. There's some people in the word that they follow me on facebook at

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Heidi Klum permitted to travel to Germany with kids in agreement with Seal

Colleen and Bradley

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Heidi Klum permitted to travel to Germany with kids in agreement with Seal

"Now everyone can rest well at night because Heidi Klum and her ex husband seal have reached an agreement. After a contentious courtroom battle over custody of their four kids. So Heidi Klum filed an emergency motion last week, saying that her ex seal would not allow her to bring their kids to Europe while she firmed filmed the German version of next top model because of Cove in 19 now, apparently, Heidi Klum will be able to take the kids to Germany. So I am glad that they figured that out for Alice going to Germany place. Heimer Schmidt. All right, Thanks for the lesson. Thank you

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Heidi Klum 'Permitted to Travel' with Kids to Germany for Work After Reaching Agreement with Seal

Donna and Steve

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Heidi Klum 'Permitted to Travel' with Kids to Germany for Work After Reaching Agreement with Seal

"Well. Heidi Klum and ex husband seal have reached an agreement after a contentious courtroom battle over custody of their four kids. Heidi Klum filed an emergency motion last week claiming that seal wouldn't allow her to bring her Children to Europe because of his concerns. About covert 19 in the custody agreement. Seal will be entitled to expanded time of this kid's before and after their European trip will also be permitted to visit them in Germany, while Heidi films the German version of next top model, however, if the United States closes its borders because of the pandemic than Heidi Klum must immediately make arrangements in an effort to return home with the Children. Before the border's closed.

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Heidi Klum & Seal's Ugly Legal Battle

Daily Pop

05:21 min | 3 months ago

Heidi Klum & Seal's Ugly Legal Battle

"Walk to the top so much to today. Let's dive right in starting with highly clue and sealed nasty feud the exit ugly legal battle over the kids she's trying to bring their four children to Germany. While to films showed there. Now seal who has joint custody of the kids does not want them to go Heidi filed for an emergency hearing then seal filed for his own response telling the court he believes Heidi has a hidden agenda to move the children to Germany in keep them away from him. Now we all remember how do you feel as a loving couple back in the day they kept doing their mouths all the time but now things seem to be getting so ugly between them. Twenty twenty honey this year is a raging dumpster fire everyone. is so paranoid and scared for every single thing in their lives and if I was I. I understand his paranoia. If you're going to go to Germany, you're GONNA love it. Their schools are going to open your parents are there you get to spend time with them? What makes him think that she won't say Oh my God the kids and loving it here we're going to stay for another six months I understand. But the thing is it's like, okay I understand where he's coming from as well. These are his children. But when I was lied when I was reading the court documents, he literally says or his lawyer says on his behalf well, I understand that we don't have a specific schedule in place to see the kids but I still don't want them to live somewhere else like it doesn't seem like they're necessarily a weekly priority. It's kind of just like whenever he finds time to see them and I'm sure she finds that to be inconvenient inconsistent, disrespectful and hurtful to her children. So if she wants to go to Germany which all the points you made are valid the schools are open her grandparents lived there. She's German she's probably a national treasure. He can fly to Germany and spend time with his children the way he's been doing it in Los. Angeles. Well, that's not saying every week. That's the thing is with custody you use it or you lose it I mean, if you have the right see the people I mean he did say just to be fair in the arguments he did claim that she makes it difficult says that the kids are sick all the time I'm not sure what's true obviously but either way you can enforce to see your children. That's what. Your legal rights is according to their custody agreement. So He needs to make sure that he ensures that that happens I. Don't think that he's to win this one because she has really plans it out. She doesn't really seem to like have a reason to stay in Germany forever she is said, I'm leaving on this time I will be back by this time even though it's my Christmas I will send the kiss. Christmas. So, right Is Making a big. But that's but if you put that in legal documents and sides like even though the children's spent Christmas with sealed last year, I'm willing to let them spend Christmas with him this year it seems like she's really trying to work things out and I know that we've seen this sort of in the past where if she's saying the kids are sick or it's not time, it's probably because she feels like whatever he was just drop in and see his children is disruptive to their schedule. Yes but I mean. Fair either. But that's when you say okay this is not fair to my kids. Let me get this in writing and let's go to court and let's get a supervise in stable schedule. Don't bring it up when you're ready to move to Germany you guys have had uh Obviously. So hadn't seen kids on a regular basis in years go ahead and put that on file. But the problem is if a parent moves the children outside of a state line and the kids go ahead and get a life, they're they're in sports they're in school they're the mom can petition for kids to move the residences to another state. Imagine another country six, thousand miles away I don't know how to fight custody between California New York much less California in Germany standing. There I understand him being scared. But at the time I just don't think he's GonNa win this one because she's being very clear about coming back. I mean she's not really she's filming she's working. She's providing for her family show happened to be moving over there because of Kobe reasons and it is a weird time and I think you just have to be flexible. So I hear seals concern but I don't think he's going to win this one I think he's GonNa get to take gives you know what's also What's interesting is we just saw this with Brad Angelina as well where their custody case and divorce case had been going real smooth for two years and all of sudden in made a left turn because somebody thought somebody was influencing the judge. It's crazy that we haven't really figured out the facts of what this pandemic has on people. I mean when the Great Depression happened and the financial thought fall of two thousand and eight happened two or three years. Later we started thinking I got everyone's depress. We have the this generation of anxiety riddled people what's happening to people in the time of corona is this paranoia is really get into them and we're going to see a lot of stable and settled court in custody cases begin to get rocky because people are paranoid that their kids are going out and seeing people. No, I'm just saying it's crazy you. Healing. Really affect the roller is going to be in Time magazine. That is showed. A words I'm telling you true. Affecting everybody is true.

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Heidi Klum & Seal's Ugly Legal Battle

Daily Pop

05:21 min | 3 months ago

Heidi Klum & Seal's Ugly Legal Battle

"Walk to the top so much to today. Let's dive right in starting with highly clue and sealed nasty feud the exit ugly legal battle over the kids she's trying to bring their four children to Germany. While to films showed there. Now seal who has joint custody of the kids does not want them to go Heidi filed for an emergency hearing then seal filed for his own response telling the court he believes Heidi has a hidden agenda to move the children to Germany in keep them away from him. Now we all remember how do you feel as a loving couple back in the day they kept doing their mouths all the time but now things seem to be getting so ugly between them. Twenty twenty honey this year is a raging dumpster fire everyone. is so paranoid and scared for every single thing in their lives and if I was I. I understand his paranoia. If you're going to go to Germany, you're GONNA love it. Their schools are going to open your parents are there you get to spend time with them? What makes him think that she won't say Oh my God the kids and loving it here we're going to stay for another six months I understand. But the thing is it's like, okay I understand where he's coming from as well. These are his children. But when I was lied when I was reading the court documents, he literally says or his lawyer says on his behalf well, I understand that we don't have a specific schedule in place to see the kids but I still don't want them to live somewhere else like it doesn't seem like they're necessarily a weekly priority. It's kind of just like whenever he finds time to see them and I'm sure she finds that to be inconvenient inconsistent, disrespectful and hurtful to her children. So if she wants to go to Germany which all the points you made are valid the schools are open her grandparents lived there. She's German she's probably a national treasure. He can fly to Germany and spend time with his children the way he's been doing it in Los. Angeles. Well, that's not saying every week. That's the thing is with custody you use it or you lose it I mean, if you have the right see the people I mean he did say just to be fair in the arguments he did claim that she makes it difficult says that the kids are sick all the time I'm not sure what's true obviously but either way you can enforce to see your children. That's what. Your legal rights is according to their custody agreement. So He needs to make sure that he ensures that that happens I. Don't think that he's to win this one because she has really plans it out. She doesn't really seem to like have a reason to stay in Germany forever she is said, I'm leaving on this time I will be back by this time even though it's my Christmas I will send the kiss. Christmas. So, right Is Making a big. But that's but if you put that in legal documents and sides like even though the children's spent Christmas with sealed last year, I'm willing to let them spend Christmas with him this year it seems like she's really trying to work things out and I know that we've seen this sort of in the past where if she's saying the kids are sick or it's not time, it's probably because she feels like whatever he was just drop in and see his children is disruptive to their schedule. Yes but I mean. Fair either. But that's when you say okay this is not fair to my kids. Let me get this in writing and let's go to court and let's get a supervise in stable schedule. Don't bring it up when you're ready to move to Germany you guys have had uh Obviously. So hadn't seen kids on a regular basis in years go ahead and put that on file. But the problem is if a parent moves the children outside of a state line and the kids go ahead and get a life, they're they're in sports they're in school they're the mom can petition for kids to move the residences to another state. Imagine another country six, thousand miles away I don't know how to fight custody between California New York much less California in Germany standing. There I understand him being scared. But at the time I just don't think he's GonNa win this one because she's being very clear about coming back. I mean she's not really she's filming she's working. She's providing for her family show happened to be moving over there because of Kobe reasons and it is a weird time and I think you just have to be flexible. So I hear seals concern but I don't think he's going to win this one I think he's GonNa get to take gives you know what's also What's interesting is we just saw this with Brad Angelina as well where their custody case and divorce case had been going real smooth for two years and all of sudden in made a left turn because somebody thought somebody was influencing the judge. It's crazy that we haven't really figured out the facts of what this pandemic has on people. I mean when the Great Depression happened and the financial thought fall of two thousand and eight happened two or three years. Later we started thinking I got everyone's depress. We have the this generation of anxiety riddled people what's happening to people in the time of corona is this paranoia is really get into them and we're going to see a lot of stable and settled court in custody cases begin to get rocky because people are paranoid that their kids are going out and seeing people. No, I'm just saying it's crazy you. Healing. Really affect the roller is going to be in Time magazine. That is showed. A words I'm telling you true. Affecting everybody is true.

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"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

06:46 min | 3 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"But, my an argument against ghosts have always been like, okay. Why goes only ever come like at decreed us like why? Why haven't has no one ever been laying there was a ghost that basketball game did you see him on the tape? There was a go sit. During the day you know like a a great. That's a good stand that bet it's like. Side Ghost at the bus stop and I've always been my ghost argument but then I just had a question myself recently because I'm so all in now on aliens and then I might. My own argument is is is ruining that because again, why do people only see aliens that night in creepy times in big feel. So now, I don't even know if I can believe that but I wonder if there's a level of attention you're playing when you're scared. I'm just I'm just thinking this through I've quoted many times. It's a favorite poem of mine that's Mary Oliver Poem where she talks about seeing bare tracks in the woods, and then when you think you're endanger everything snaps into this very vivid detail. So like maybe the fear, this is a stretch though makes you pay attention and your senses become heightened and in that like meaning. There's a lot of like martial arts to take advantage of the fact of how people build reality when they're kind of half paying their half conscious. So the martial artists have manipulate the fact that people aren't really looking. So. Like when we're really looking. that. is to say like, what are we missing just in our half baked forgetting this I am chopping the mushrooms sort of base consciousness that is heightened by fear, and then help soc- things like ufo's in the sky because you have to be paying close attention to see that stuff yet because even watching the unsolved mysteries with the UFO's it's The most scared? I've been in a long time and we were watching in at night in bed at. Midnight. Small New York apartment. So the bathroom is four paces away from the bedroom. I'm typically never scared at night. I I was in this new place. I was while I was back to like the McCain watching unsolved mysteries for sure it had the same effect. But after watching that I, made my husband, walk me to the bathroom. So I mean it proves that I was just paying so much more attention in. My think when we're. freaked out. something. It freaked out more. Yeah no and. With ghosts I sort of feel like we are ghosts and with aliens we'd say we are aliens you know what I mean. So turn like bats the evidence. Like. Those are just us but disembodied? Okay. That doesn't really solve the fundamental mystery of what is us like what if there was an us but it was translucent. Okay what is being? What is consciousness? What is us like phenomenon is in that I, have an opaque arm. Puritan with no head like the phenomenon is that anything is and aliens and when people go like well it. The Universe is infinite. Of course there's aliens of course, potential. It's just like. We're just talking about the same mystery, which is the mystery of anything being. So like if this is being where else's they're being and it makes it a little bit like sex you a little bit more. Dangerous or scary but we're still just talking about like what are we doing here? The Pentagon found a UFO potentially I think our time to believe is probably now because I'm with you because I feel like. It's always like so close to some weather balloon cover up. Did I cut I cut out during my taking down the Pentagon and how they always say it's so weather balloon. So let's just enjoy the the not knowing space that we're in. Now where we think maybe they do have a USO but come on don't you know intuitively deep in your heart of course they do. Not Tell An. End Whoever whoever knows. I mean, not cool information. It's Bob Ley czar. La. Is Great Doc was a wasn't my favorite documentary but it was interesting. who was a guy who had access to the Pentagon and it was like I worked on all those things and he's been pretty vocal about it for a really long time. Yeah I WanNa be clear though this is my cheesecake factory meaning it's not a great movie. No disrespect to the people that made it. Gets you some downloads because it's worth watching? I just want you to know when you watch it that that's not like my idea. It's not capturing the Friedman what I mean it's not like A. Documentary, it's like it's like A. Ufo Fair you'll let. I know I I think I might documentary. Yeah. Now like it's definitely, the narrator is trying to be Mickey Rourke. I would if you if owes came and. Would if they already dead like it's super. Dessert and I'm like. Just get to the good part. I, feel like we're in a great place Let's do a speed round and we'll get outta here. The the answers can be as long as you want it's not one of those like I'll hold you to. What's a great lesson? You've learned about Improv if you can remember something great someone told you. that. I'm not to say sorry and that because when you apologize. Off, not. Only because when you apologize like imagine also what you're making that other person feeling like they had a reaction to sorry and then they feel horrible too. So That's interesting. It's sort of like Sam J it's like have some trust in yourself. This vague but I wanna see how you answer. It was the greatest lesson you've learned about SNL. Lesson I've learned about an hour. Keep a clot append in your pocket. Wow You know what that?.

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"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

08:28 min | 3 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You have cats your introverted leaning I know everybody's complicated. But yes, leanings and your early bird leaning I know everybody's complicated but you're you like the mornings. Tell me what the lifestyle of SNL are you gelling with it and is it difficult? I? Mean it seems so social it seems I know my j it's like it seems like he would love like late nights shooting the shared nowhere else to be in that good way in that real comic way And then I'm like, what would I have been there? I feel like I could faked at do you feel like you've risen to faking it into the lifestyle? Yeah. I you being a people believe there of course, say in it as far as being like you know I knew the first the first cover writing may you know like I have? All night long and I knew that I was like I'm going to do it. But like any time with that same group of friends that we've had a movie night and trying to stay up all night long like as an adult you like Peter out at three. Am Your time was just because they three three yeah that's. I remember being like I, have this job now and I'm GonNa Peter out at three. Am What am I GONNA do? I made it all night and you know I continued got. My whole season I do pull a lot of. superlight early morning nights. But I made a boundary for myself. It's like. Okay yes. Like I'm GonNa do this and maybe the light crazier sketches get written at three am but like, Hey, I'm a better writer at two PM period. Life. So. Even if I know that like most people don't get in to the opposite till like four thirty, either I'm going early our embassy in right at home and And just and just know that brought myself. This is the best snl answer I've asked everyone. That's that's been on the show on the show. This question how do they vibe with? Forgive me listeners that I al- I'm always curious. It's like it doesn't seem conducive to me. You said two PM boom perfect or morning morning before all your anxieties have shown up before all your identity is shown up before all the things you're supposed to do I crack your dreams are still sort of bleeding into your consciousness. Right Gimme that over five am and I've been up all night and I'm like I don't know maybe a thing where guys Dick is a typewriter I don't need that. And so square but I've never talked to somebody on the show. There was like I'm just GonNa do it this way that's my boundary I really think that's great. Yeah. been been good for me to just now that that. Yeah this to admit that about myself that. Maybe I'm not the best four am writer and. And that is okay. Yeah I want. Malcolm glad. Well, speaking of Old Malki glads to do a chart of the best sketches you you mentioned, get off the shed, the Great Will Ferrell Sketch. which was in his audition. Which means he probably came up with it at the groundlings. Which means he probably? I'm just GONNA. Favor myself and be like I must be right which means you probably didn't write it in for fucking am. I want the data I want a draft, a sketch draft data. I know you love Kristen Wig. The flirting expert I think is what? Of all time and I'm like I want wig if I get kristen on this by Podcast, I'll ask her what time was it. To that too I mean that's that's the most fun thing about. How many hero copying that on the show it's like anytime there on. Eating interview a podcast like just having not even if you find out the answer time, she wrote that I need to know because right such good data so. So inspiring informative to like Oh, they did it this way or you know I heard? Bill Hader on. Armchair expert and he was just talking about like. How much anxiety he had like before before the show which you wouldn't necessarily think he's just so competent and so good but like catastrophic thinking the like. And just to hear. In. That wasn't the only thing I related to their cell much but it was just like a whole. Different experiences can be happening at the same time. I think that's what our job is. Now you read j Moore's book. Gasping for air time. It's good I. Enjoyed I. Like snl lower. But he was struggling with anxiety the whole time so much so that there's a sketch you can watch it's a Matt Foley Sketch and you can see Jay's hand is in his pocket and the reason he has his hands in his pockets because he's grasping a quantum because he thinks he's going to have to take it during the sketch because he's having a panic attack basically. You know it's terrible. With there's also so is bill haters catastrophic thinking yet when I hear it, we can take the these negative experiences and see ourselves in the know that we're not alone is what? Know. How? How do you deal with that? When you're? Correct me if I'm wrong, SNL seems to be old school in the sensitive. Feels like our fathers became a TV show and our fathers are like. We're just GONNA throw you in the pool because that's when the best swimming happens in some of me and you I don't mean woman I mean Feminine Energy. I. Just mean a little bit more grace inflow and emotions of are just like can't we write it to and aren't the digital short sort of the best thing on the show like. We do more of those like. There's this other necessary counter energy. That's like, no, I think I'll be cutting that and then bringing it back and then throwing it on its feet because it's like this classic show business like show business is overcoming panic. And that brings us out. That's why. Jordan was better when he was playing the rival team or hid build those narratives that this guy thinks I'm not shared or whatever. But how how are you dealing with your own catastrophic thinking? How how does that balance how well I think that? It's kind of Nice to have have grown up in like kind of fighter flight wasn't nice but like the. Survival where you're just like, okay it's if I'm getting thrown in I'm going to fight as hard to like stay in the school and like stay afloat and and not even really question it just kind of since you've been thrown in so many times. Yeah, this is normal. This is normal and. What it is, it's not our fathers. It's are traumatic childhoods became. It's like are unresolved psychological issues. The good side of them became an environment to grow really great comedy. Yeah and people like Kristen and will were those guys were those people that I could be wrong but I've heard stories about will that just like? Weren't phased by it like even if something bombed that just be like well, that wasn't very good whereas I think you and I. If I'm getting a sense of you correctly are like, wow, this this is more of a pressure cooker for me. Yeah. I feel like I. Can I can do both I can survive but that that part that..

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"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

06:48 min | 3 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"PIGASO. Feeling where he just sly. Do you not. You guys might get it but they you know someone else's was like a punch out pop. You know like the Flint snap and you know what? When you say push pop I I'm I'm transported to when I was a kid eating one from. The ice cream truck. So I have a stronger. Is it better than the Nestle Crunch Klondike or whatever it is absolutely not. But am I gonNa vote for it yeah. Perhaps too. You know what am I trying to do in that moment I'm trying to say I'm over here? Can You love me? That's all you're saying and you guys should have just taken a bunch of psychedelic mushrooms and just like I love you could've skipped this whole thing. What one? What? One? As entry frozen, tree Super controversial really. I want everyone's name because I'm GonNa send a bounty hunter after them because that's the worst I hate that. Okay. A repeat val and I said it on an episode that might come before this but I, said to her let me know if you relate if you like fruity pebbles more than cocoa pebbles, you weren't hungry. You were thirsty yes. You are voting for root beer flowed. You were dehydrated. You were a thirsty kid. You're probably active kid which means you know business in this treat draft whatsoever. Terry really savoring the flavor depraved of nutrients kids voting not you. You fuck an active ship slam dunking basketballs in Your Nice Privileged Dad installed hoop, get the fuck out of this competition root beer float. I thought you were GONNA. Say Classic is Sandwich, which would be boring. But I at least I, could understand that. Yeah now even. The. Other option was so it was. Pop. Root beer float Nestle crunch far or dairy Queen Ice Cream. Cake. Okay. I'm friends with the dairy cream ice cream person had a strong reaction. I thought the decertify. These are the I'm just going to say of Beezer, the smarter players, the you and your husband saying, let's go with the crunch like like a higher end like it is uncle. Ed. He is having one of his adult treats, but he lets you have would my dad used to get This Cadbury had like a high end like fruit and fruit and milk bar. Fruit and nut bar through net. To This Day Heidi, I still think when Lorne michaels goes home. That's what he's taking out of the freezer like that's as high end as it gets minor your. Bar There you go. Yeah. We're right in the same for the name it just in the commercial and hearing the symphonic. Fast. What was the? What was the chain was a chain restaurant? Chain restaurant. So, the four packs. And I'll tell you the Knicks and then. We now for fifty minutes would you guess what my? Yes I think I can do it. Okay. So the four were shelley's. Win said, which is like a Kansas City donut place right now it's It's like shakes and malts and Mike Thin Patty Burgers okay and Mike meant in maids it's very cute. Chilies Win said, cheesecake factory old. School Pizza Hut with. A with the hot on the building. I love that distinction. I'm going. 'cause I'm immediately in my little league uniform after a game we lost. Drowning our sorrows and I didn't give a shit but I was eating pizzas. So I was still a winner. I'm going to say was winstead because. Laden. All. The A high. Okay. That is the best answer. I think Kansas City threw me off. Clear from Kansas City. I do WanNa have words with whoever the fuck nominated cheesecake factory. Ultimate nominated Rubio and and His lers. Okay. So when you and your husband have a friend draft, these are the first cuts these people have to go. This is an intervention they can't be in your life. They're great but. Most. I would say. Not. That as friends we go around, you know saying who has the most shame but they're the most like unfiltered comfortable in their own skin. So it's like a course. They'd be you know what? What? Twelve, hundred bucket you know what? We. Know. And then they win and then root beer float wins. Happy go lucky all God I can't. CHEESECAKE factory is low end high end. It's it's fake high end now it's fake fine dining. Has. Cut Trash Restaurant Chili's Friday's Applebee's. Any of the other ones you said certainly, pizza certainly KFC is in married I. Just Down Family Place She's kicked battery. If I take my mom there, it's not a trach restaurant. If Irena homes will eat there, it can't be on that list law. You know what the rules demand. There's the breadbasket on the left and there's a breadbasket at about if there's Gorgeous Immaculate White head to toe white-dressed waiters that are like who went through a rigorous training program to know a three thousand page menu and we'll bring you an extra side of. Avocado cream sauce for your girls. Get the get that Atta here I'm just glad didn't win one in that pizza. Yeah thank you we on. That is correct I could do this forever but I do want this to be I feel that there aren't that many podcasts with your honor. Yet. So let's let's talk a little bit more about Heidi although I do think this is informative to who you are. I like you am I am a performer but I heard you say in some of the interviews, it could find that you you sort of an introvert. And in the same interview said that you're sort of an early bird. And so I'm like.

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"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

07:01 min | 3 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Was just how my mind works I. Just thought it was. I. Caught it the last couple of years the thing that's almost helped me the most was hearing or reading just that your thoughts aren't facts and I was like what? Heidi, you are killing it if I could summarize what I've learned from so much like mystical study or whatever. It's actually a bumper sticker is don't believe everything. You think I'm just like that is it we think we are our thoughts and our brains are so wrong. They're they're not even rooted in reality they're not even rooted in your well being now worrying is a survival technique that used to maybe be a little bit more useful when we were roaming the plains and there might be a Sabertooth or whatever it kept US alive. You'll have this mouth I know you know this this malfunctioning lower brain that still saying it's not safe to be calm. It's not safe to become and I'm with you to speak a little bit more about that. I thought it was normal to be anxious where you anxious kid like what's an early anxious memory an early anxious memory I was just always. Tense something bad's going to happen and and I think it and I carry this to this day. But I think pleasure for me or easy and relaxing end like thing it. Backs up against the wall on some some. This is this is what I thought was funny when we can. Actually it was it was. Mortifying when I was a kid. By all, this is my name. So and this. Carried through life. So when I was younger, I had this really funny uncle uncle add just hilarious the most fun whenever I visit him off and when he came to visit US hilarious. But for some reason, my mom and uncle add plan these things where they would show up to my school I'm already out. All of the day not. In the middle of the day I'd be like you know. Being on the computer from name and I would just here trumpet. Ankle collide plays the trumpet and I was like uncle and he's about to performance through class and I mean I just think like the class would love it. It'd be like Hulk. Glad you're awful here like maybe laughing at me but loving him but like laughing that this is happening to me and like and my mom and they had elaborately land on my uncle's laughing in my mom's laughing and Dinner. Later, and everyone's still remember how mortified you were and like. I. Just like. A meter is it. My God this is where get your husband in the room this. I always make this comparison. This is your radioactive spider bite business when you really started like honing the superpower of turning humiliation into a fuel to like I'm as Mark Sharon says I'm going to control how you're laughing I. Know you're laughing at me but now I'm GonNa. I'M GONNA comedic is it. So it was a lot of that which is always an an honestly bat with. It was mortifying I think there was other chaos when I was. Just. Felt like my shoulders were up and do something was GonNa Happen You. Know we'll something was gonNA Happen Heidi. Uncle, ed, can we need a couple of follow up cues on that? This was the teacher didn't know. What I want to say that I feel like one time teachers were to and I was like what is going on? Why is this aloud why? Like I wasn't a breath day and like why why isn't allowed that? We use that fifteen minutes to school taste. Oh. My God and what was Uncle Ed's story? He was what were they like groovy where they like nothing serious like you should just be playful all the time where they pranking you like, what was their attitude the best you? Me and my uncles. So playful joyful and I think it was just like this is on and. And yes. It was loving. He he was like I. Love Heidi I'm GonNa make her day better. Yeah. Yes and An An and I love having him in Tau you know it was just. It was this weird thing that would anyone come once a year so I can't. I can't and one time he an after look care. I was in after school care and. The least after but I would like we have these them actor slow teachers that were like they were always like cool. Young dudes granted I was in second grade. I was looking anything but like you. Cool eighteen or nineteen year old in Lancashire Islas probably trying to bring up I game like fourth grade just to interact with these guys of course. So I'm like. Playing ladders with actress schoolteacher and trying to have a good conversation and like I would see out of the corner of my eye. Like. What I thought was the Ninja. And I was like now you're seeing things and then yeah man in all black crawling around doing. And I might if I'm on. I am dying this an after school teacher was like. Wait what or who? Owns this man and then it's my uncle add he's. Allowed to pick you up like. Wait these relative injure. That culminated in show. What were you gonNa say yeah and then the other after school going. Back I mean it. It became a lower. Was We end was a small school. Think I am dead? We could end the podcasts now and everyone would be like you know I know there's like four hundred episodes you should start with the Heidi Gardiner episode just glad stuff. That's all we need. It steadily informative of became I. Think too. Because you. You did have to do sort of social gymnastics to make this very abnormal thing normal. Now, because I'm a kind of goes back to the guy, drink the coffee on the plane there is a Heidi I think it would have been impossible to ask a young Heidi. They could have just been like I know it's weird but it's happening like you know what I mean. I also love it but like barring that, we have.

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"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

10:34 min | 3 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I guys enjoy Heidi Gardner the fantastic. The wonderful. I so enjoyed this chat I. Hope you do to get into it. Hello. I e. Right off the bat by voice cracks and Doric. On again, I'm so sorry I'm embarrassed an unthreatened invulnerable. I'm nervous to. Click Bay. Gotcha podcasts. Really, get me they sent you as a fake guest. Yeah. Actually had a dream about that. Oh there's what are your cats I starting three cats. Yeah. Copy Nair Cubby, bear. You're not from Chicago. Though. No and I didn't even make the connection my mom from Chicago, but it works out because she my mom likes the name it does work out so you can sort of benefit. If she thinks you're a cubs fan. But I love the you have cats I I am a cat person. My wife is allergic to cats. But I I like the tell me about it because I. Feel like it's under appreciated animal that teaches subtlety. And a great animal for comedian because you have to earn it, it's not dog that just gives you a dog is a studio audience. It's all juiced and like there's a warm up guy for the dog inside the dog. is his own warm but a cat is is sort of like it like Lorn and I'm not even trying to force that it like has like cat, energy. Rise me that you like cats but tell me about it is a great place to start. Hello Nice to meet you tell me about your cats means you tell and so I have three cats. Marshall Copy, there and tweety. Two of them are teen years old and wanted them is ten years old is tweak year. This is I don't know how to asses it does he struggled with Catman for something would what is why is he called Wiki? And because she's a tweaker ever since we got her, she just It's like she'll. She'll relax into a whole connell and then and then she wakes herself up like she tweets you just can't. Literally Drake's. That's fun. And I yeah I love them. I. Find Them To. Support on my God, I'm going to run for food. Yours. Close. Hold on again. They're like. You were saying their support their like emotional support emotional support. Especially, during this time of being endorsed so much. Eleventh for my cats and my husband but mostly. Yeah. I think it would have been so much harder like In the dark days of quarantine it also, it's actually nice. Just focus on them and watch them like I have nothing else to. Be Present with a cat. That's IT I. Mean I know it sorta sounds silly because it's a cat but I don't think it's silly at all I think I can feel you not wanting to be like it's giving me meaning. But of course, it's giving you meaning either people getting meaning from their plants at this time like we're having a rich inner reality like literally inner in your home. You have something. That literally a scratching at your face to get you out of bed defeat it that's like what we're sort of missing. We used to have our jobs commutes, our routines even the GM could be something like that for people not me but it could be for some people. So I I feel that way about my daughter but I don't think you're having the same experience I'm not. I'm not saying that to include you I don't think it matters if it's a daughter or a baby or or a cat I'm sorry. I think having meaning is having meaning. So that doesn't. Is Everything was. adrenaline. Base a little bit before I'm sure even like. With with kids like. I have a kid and you have your work and you're. You're you're trying to be present in your candidate just to adrenaline adrenaline. That's right. Yeah and now there's there's no fear factor. There's no like I got to do the only twenty minutes. I had a rough one last night. And my baby got a very early this morning but there's no rush. It's not like. It's actually sort of helping with parenting because I'm like, okay after a feed you but it's not like I have to feed you and then I have to get in the car I feel like meet the nanny I wanna go ahead and say something weird and see how you relate to. I even like. Food and I'm realized like post mates or whatever or a grub hub and I'm like. I realized that the even that being a part of your lifestyle ads just point zero, five percents stress getting the door getting the food I know it's such a privilege problem but anybody ordering a pizza it's just like knowing someone's coming to my house. Speaker said this before. So I enjoy the simplicity like your take care of the cat I'm taking care of the baby and we're ordering way less food were just cooking and staying at home. It's like I always say it's a little house on the prairie. Are you enjoying bat kind of lifestyle? I am inviting that. Even with the food this week I. I was making my lunch which I don't do a lot because it just feels like that's the middle of the day. Thing to ignore. But I was chopping mushrooms in as violence chopping mushrooms I was like going through whatever else needed to do this economic staff night. This is so simple in. You know see if you judge me on this. how about How about the whole time I do this I just repeat. In my head on chopping mushrooms on chopping mushrooms get had to hear that is so my that's so up my alley were being mud right now that's how up and Allie. I or bring your husband. He's a comic book writer and. We're. So my alley, our parents are being shot and will become the Batman. The. I, I think your husband is Bob King Telhami I said. That's a wonderful mindful, and again, I'm not just buttering bread here if people don't know how to be mindful or how to enjoy something simple. I've literally I didn't make it up I. saw it on Youtube or something but just saying what you're doing I'm walking up the stairs I'm walking up the stairs or I'm washing addition washing a dish keeps you locked into what you're doing And I tell me in the mushrooms did it sort of unlock some of the vity some of the vibrancy even a mundane task? Yes and especially even mushrooms were cut you know I've some Greens than there were green peppers tomatoes. But because I had been focusing on each thing, even my bites were different I was like I just WanNa taste the mushroom I don't buy everything right now and And Yeah it just presents a at least for me. I struggle with and I'm realizing so much of it is just future thinking so. I am going back based. On I'm doing man we've jumped right in and I love it I just want to agree with you on two levels. One is that when you cook something yourself, you eat it way. I've I've never made myself Burrito. At really like who the playful relationship between the spinach and the rice or whatever it is. kind of a boring healthy omelette. Brita make but that's completely true and. You just said like such valuable thing for me I also have anxiety. I think everybody alive. That's that's I. I'm not sure there's there's some I was one time a very turbulent airplane and I thought we were going to die and the guy next to me is drinking coffee. So not all of us have anxiety. Guys sometimes. I think you do it. Do you mind me asking how old you are. Now I'm thirty, five, I just turned thirty I think we're still in the running you know what I mean. I think we can do it I think it's not too late like the the tracks aren't so stiff that we can still become the guy you're. He's sort of a hero. I'm on a turbulent airplane I'm falling for the belief literally believing a false story that worrying about the plane crashing is going to help it not crash. It's a full medieval superstition. Certainly linked to my religious upbringing. So like my concentration and my panic is somehow keeping claim a lot and this motherfucker is like. I love coffee. The End. This is the best part of way. Cutting out I'm cutting and I'm back. My Wonderful Soldiers Got Along gated. So it's like arrest went when. Sometimes the Internet glitches help us out. Yeah. But you said it and I hope everybody listening. If they struggle with anxiety the, it's realizing recognizing for me. It's recognizing a a false belief or re recognizing that you've projected yourself into a future that that isn't even real. So you've got yourself doing that like worrying about future hiding. Yeah, and and you know the biggest. This is again these but you know to overcome anything I think the awareness of having I've never I never knew that I even had anxiety because. That.

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Heidi Klum Claims Ex Seal Is Preventing Her from Taking Kids to Germany in Emergency Legal Filing

Colleen and Bradley

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Heidi Klum Claims Ex Seal Is Preventing Her from Taking Kids to Germany in Emergency Legal Filing

"Klum is requesting an emergency hearing to allow her kids to travel with her to Germany. Heidi Klum claims in a new court filing that Rx has been seal is preventing her from bringing their four kids with her as she films next top model in Germany. The declaration in the Declaration Clue claims that the Children spend most of the time with her instead of seal. Now, normally, Germans next top model would be actually taping in Los Angeles. But you know the thing that Sarona Byron breezes bask Corona.

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Changing of the guard in Minn. climate research

Climate Cast

03:45 min | 3 months ago

Changing of the guard in Minn. climate research

"For forty years. Marsili has been a leader in Minnesota climate research and education. You can still hear marks climate incites on NPR news. Friday mornings mark recently retired from the University of Minnesota Department of soil water and climate. The long-term Climate Data and trends generated by climate experts like mark provides significant economic benefit to Minnesota's agricultural and business sectors. Mark successor is Dr Heidi Rupe. She comes to Minnesota from the University of Washington climate impacts group, and we're fortunate to have both mark. And Heidi on the program today mark and Heidi welcome to climate cast good to be with you. Paul. Thanks for having me Paul, lovely. To Talk to you today, mark a personal. Thank you I. You've helped me and so many others do a better job communicating climate science to Minnesota. Tell us what the body of work is here and why it's important to Minnesota farm water and business interests were caretakers of the state climate database where really the body of evidence has been so Welcoming, showing how our climate is changing dramatically. So that's an important asset to help food production system people, but also environmentally to help find sustainable ways to utilize our resources but also preserve them. Heidi let's say I own or work for a Minnesota business. How should I be thinking about climate change risk and opportunity? There's an hugely important role that I think underrepresented in our discussions about climate changes that we do need to prepare and so the pure act of having conversations about climate change and what it means for Your Business for your community for your family. These are really essential conversations that we need to have as we think about our climate change future and what it is quite frankly that we want our future to look like that is the opportunity we can choose to shape. The way we build bridges and roads. The way we design the buildings that we occupy the way that we connect our daily activities to reducing our emissions. So that is to say we choose the future. Mark. Given where we stand with climate changes today what's the biggest message you have for minnesotans about? Climate, change. or it dovetails nicely with what Heidi just talked about. We need to keep the topic of climate change and what it means to our future. Near the top of our list of all the things that we have dialogue about were there were church members someplace or we belong to a community council. OR WE WANNA talk about the future of transportation or energy use or the future public health. The topic of climate change with on all of these things and Heidi when you jump in an elevator with somebody and they find out what you do, what's your elevator speech on how people should be thinking about climate change in the future? It's real. It's us. Scientists agree. It's bad. But there's hope and I add to that there's no time to waste We're at a pivotal juncture in many aspects of our society right now, and how do we build resilient equitable communities climate change be a lens we pass that question through. Merck Sealy and Heidi. Rube. Thanks so much for sharing your perspective on climate cast today. You're welcome. Thanks so much Paul thank you for having me polly look forward to ing and Minnesota in calling at home.

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Kelly Clarkson to Fill in for Simon Cowell on ‘America’s Got Talent’ After His Back Surgery

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Kelly Clarkson to Fill in for Simon Cowell on ‘America’s Got Talent’ After His Back Surgery

"Folks that Simon Cal turned into a star going to be filling in for him this week after Cal Siri's injury since Simon Cowell's will be gone this week from America's got talent after breaking his back during an electric bicycle accident. Kelly Clarkson will take his place is a judge on the show is in the live rounds. Clarkson will sit beside Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara Tuesday and Wednesday. Cal had surgery after the back break over the weekend. It's not clear how long he'll be out. He was a judge when Kelly Clarkson won the first season of American Idol in 2000 to Jason

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Kelly Clarkson to Temporarily Fill in for Simon Cowell on 'America's Got Talent' Following His Bike Accident

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Kelly Clarkson to Temporarily Fill in for Simon Cowell on 'America's Got Talent' Following His Bike Accident

"Made a star by Simon Simon Cowell's Cowell's will will fill fill in in for for him him this this week week after after a a serious serious injury. injury. Correspondent Correspondent Jason Jason Nathan Nathan has has the the story story tonight. tonight. Simon Simon Cowl Cowl will will be be gone gone this this week week from from America's America's got got talent after breaking his back during electric bicycle accident. Kelly Clarkson take his place is a judge on the show is in the live rounds. Clarkson will sit beside Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara Tuesday and Wednesday. Cal had surgery after the back break over the weekend. It's not clear how long he'll be out. He was a judge when Kelly Clarkson won the first season of American Idol in 2002.

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Simon Cowell Hospitalized With Broken Back After Bike Accident

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Simon Cowell Hospitalized With Broken Back After Bike Accident

"Breaking his back in the accident at his home in Malibu AA talent show Judge Simon Cal was joking that people would buy an electric bikes to be very careful to read the instructions before you get on. Cal got hurt over the weekend fell off his electric bike that he was trying for the first time broke his back. Head surgery that's been described as successful still in the hospital that she has been really, John says here, Heidi got sick on had to miss several episodes. And, of course, then they had to do some of the auditions on Zoom and all. Simon Cowell's gonna miss the live episodes of America's got talent that are said to error this week.

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Quizbeard

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

03:15 min | 4 months ago

Quizbeard

"Round one is classic. British sitcoms. Number One. What was the name of the fictional holiday come featured in the nine thousand nine hundred Sitcom Heidi high. Number two. Which Sitcom of the late nineteen eighties and early nineties revolved around the Ambrose family and the characters that frequented their Bob Shop Peckham. Number three. Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies featured a landlord called Rupert. Spinster. The roof, a medical student Alan and Philip. Self identified some of an African tribal chief. Number Four. Which alternative comedian played Tory backbencher Allen starred in the New Statesman. Number. Five Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies had a theme tune but incorporated into its opening bars the show's title in Morse Code. Round two is the letter P in geography. So all answers here begin with the letter p. Number six. Situated in the Caribbean Sea which unincorporated territory of USA has long been discussed for inclusion as the first fifty first of the US states. Number. Seven. which Spanish city the second largest of the Basque region is famous for its annual running of the Bulls event. NEBR-. In which region of South America shared internationally by Argentina and Chile is there an estimated population of between fifteen hundred and five thousand speakers of the Welsh language? Night. which subregion of Oceania is prized of thousands of Pacific islands including Tonga Summer under Cook Islands.

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"heidi i" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

"Until you get in the water and try to your arms and legs and hold your breath. Do you know how to swim? It's not until you get on a bike and try to balance. Do you know how to actually write a bike? Right? There's knowledge and then there's no some people say, Oh, I don't have knowledge I know social media or I know video referral partners or messaging or whatever. But not until you really practice it in you're doing it and I'm always still improving my messaging like I'm working on it all the time it's something you keep. Getting better and better at. So you were coach which I really love it is made the commitment whatever able tells me to do I'm going to do it. I did complete every assignment than did take me a while indefinitely. You can get information from almost anywhere like technical information on how to do certain steps, how to make a facebook post or you can look at different algorithm. infographics how to build your interaction or following the national technical said, you don't know why you need to do these things how to make an actual connections with people that technical stuff it might work to that one post is not a long term strategy and outland change and beings our. Social Media Technology is different one day to the next, and so it's just really important to know why you're doing things because even more important than how you're doing things because it's connection of factor and and knowing how to make actual connections with potential clients and making new friends really in the community would build your business and just bill makes you happier all around. You know really but there's definitely a difference we might be technical knowledge and then the why. Drank deeper workings of it right? Because you really learned marketing and how to sell your self right without selling orate Heidi I, appreciate you and I love all the inspiration guides. If you Heidi is so warm and if you have any questions, even even you know obviously you can reach out to us. If you have any questions about the program off Sophie just needs to talk to or if you have when to ask her her personal experience, you could also message for our but I keep cutting you off. Sorry go ahead. Oh I just said, absolutely count message May. So. Good. So good. Do you think I'm a little obsessed.

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"heidi i" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:09 min | 4 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"And Heidi had not told anyone about an eviction or moving or anything. Some people procrastinate though. Well after Nick was released from the hospital this on the twenty six, he and his parents sat down with Heidi's parents. and. They told them about the eviction at that time. Nick assured them that Heidi knew about this, but John and Linda. Erickson her parents. They weren't buying it. Heidi's parents told the media that their daughter had not known that she was about to be victimized right so this becomes a possible motive Linda says that Heidi talked about looking into a short sale of the home. This would be apparently because. She wanted to live in a different house. Have some kids raised the kids in a different home? In other words? They were considering selling the house even though they knew they would not make any money off of the sale. They've not been in the house very long. The thought here. Linda Heidi's mom says was that they were going to downsize to an apartment this, so they could save up money for a different house. Apparently, Nick was present for that conversation. And her parents would later say that nick remained totally silent during that entire conversation. On Tuesday April twenty seventh, the sheriff's department was on site as soon as the crime scene tape was down this to ensure the smooth takeover by the mortgage gump. All right cheers mates shears. Nick. Ferkous told police that he struggled with the man who broke into his home. Well eventually, he managed to come up with some details about this man in mid May police released a sketch of a suspect backed off of what Nick told them. This was not your typical sketch compiled by a police sketch arts. This was created by a private artist hired by Knicks Attorney. Is Not known why Nick and his attorney chose to use a private rather than a trained police sketch artists to create the rendering. And the sheriff's department said that investigators preferred police prepared sketches now even more strange remember nick could not provide police with a detailed description of his attacker including the man's race. But in this sketch. Paid for we see a drawing of a black man with very detailed facial features. And with the sketch came a new detail that the attacker was estimated to be between forty and sixty years old. It seems a month after the attack nick now magically realizes I did get a good look at this cat and my memory of this event is better now than it was the first forty eight hours after my wife was shot in the back. I WANNA. Point out captain that the police did receive a few calls after the release of the sketch. Now about a month after Heidi's. Reports came out. The police executed a search warrant to collect the couple's financial records. Luckily for us. The local papers published excerpts of this warrant. And police found correspondence that indicated that the couple was underwater financially it, in fact that read severe financial problems, including foreclosure, unpaid bills, large credit card balances and a lifestyle.

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"heidi i" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Was hard. Wired to go back to that human. It was the wildest thing. Oh my goodness. That's Yup. That's wow. It's well and even when I went to Thailand, it do the same thing because we were in Amazon, so I was put back in a rainforest situation we were in the jungle on these elephants, and we got to this one camp and you know I'm I'm healthy. I'm fine. I'm healthy, and by the Knights end already started having all all the symptoms. Symptoms I had from survivor all of them so now this is now happened twice to me already, so I mean the way we're wired and what our cells remember and even our brain. You don't think about it on your daily, but that's actually how much trauma that that that I had so it was. It's really crazy. You Know Heidi I. Hope that talking to us today about survivor. Set you back. No. Not Not at all, not at all. About, something else. I've learned I've learned a lot from knowing you know what what I'm supposed to. You know especially visual visual imagery especially can kind of get. You can kind of get you going, but no, no, no, no, no, I've been through. Way Worse. Things. It's just it's such as fat. I actually found pretty fascinating that that's what your your mind. Body Kinda resorts back to is Oh. This is what we do on TV. You would know you. Guys would notice Robbie married when you're pregnant for your first time, your body has no idea what it's doing. It actually goes into this crazy whimsical shock mode, and then you get pregnant baby to and you have gained forty pounds overnight. Your bog knows exactly what to do. So this is kind of like what's happening to me like my body knows exactly what to do when I'm in this environment. It's it's pretty wild, though so I it's fascinating and and knowing you know kind of your your cusworth yourself and your signals of okay. Let me talk my deescalate the situation. Let's talk myself back down from this so but yeah I've I've had some pretty great trips in the jungle sense that did not end up like that. Have you have you ever tuned in and caught any of the other seasons of survivor over the years..

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"heidi i" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Enthusiastic, beautiful woman I. Dare You. traduced to you, a humble lady known for her generous philanthropy efforts Heidi Strobel Hamels. T-bird I'M GONNA. Have you read my obituary? Unbelievable. That was awesome. You are unbelievable, Oh, my goodness I don't know what to say about that introduction undeserved, so you are so accomplished. It's it's quite deserving. You're so complex Heidi. What what next where do you go from here? Rob A podcast. Well this? This is true this. Guy's House Stop Stop here this is this is the end of the road for me so I'm so excited that we have you here. I've been looking forward to this all week long because this is so wonderful, I feel like that. It's been probably. Fifteen sixteen years since. We've gotten to catch up and so I know you've had a lot going on, but I'm so happy that you're here today. Likewise, likewise rob a same with you. I saw like I think you have to two little queasy. Imagine that now, but I love it. I mean I can't. I can't imagine I love that for you. That's so special. Well. This is so. It's so nice to get to hear your voice. How are you guys doing with everything that's going on? I know that the Major League Baseball is still waiting to strike up a deal in terms of like what. Everybody doing okay by you. I it is interesting because. Robots. Not, a huge sports fan, but I mean per. Se but I did love baseball before this. So I'm just GonNa talk from a Fan. Point of view has nothing to do with who are married to, but an and I think most people would say this is true about their favorite sport is that it's? It's kind of a shame. That baseball isn't going right now. Because I think people would find a new love for it and new, passion for it I. Think in this is just my. My own opinion, I think I think MLB is missing out on a huge opportunity. They get millions of more fans onto tune into baseball and the players, and and it's it's. It's actually ashamed. All of this is happening so on on on a lot of levels one. We make no income so so you've got to consider that you know for not just us. I mean all these minor league guys that. Are Barely making it. I think I think they make around eight hundred dollars a month. So, you've got all all those issues some of the owners not wanting to play for reasons. I won't get into here. I'll try not to go very political here, but It is, it is interesting I. Just I hate it from like I, said just baseball. It's it's. It's a real shame to not see this happen, so I hope they come to something soon. I know personally. Coal is going crazy. This is you know in pro athletes life in their mind. This is their whole life. They don't know how to be anything or do anything else this. This is everything to them, so they live in breathe whatever that sport is so this this can really rock your world, and then I own four other companies that are massively impacted by Cova. Sure yeah, so it's kind of it's. It's hit US pretty hard. One of the companies I have is a entertainment company for singers, but you know they can't go on the road so they. They can't even perform probably until April twenty, twenty one from a foundation nonprofit point of view. I can't even tell you how many how many schools and people need our help right now. Because that's the only way most of those kids were getting fed. They were going to school. So we have tried to step in a lottery leaf on feeding them a lot of relief, and there's only so much we can do so it's it's been very like I. Hate to say you know I like bleed red, white and blue. It's been heartbreaking for me to see this happen to America and at the same time. With the middle of a black lives, matter I have a I have an African Child in the middle of all that they're still been a lot of really good. A lot of people that have surfaced and I love seeing that you love seen people, rally and You know try to make something great out of something pretty awful. Heidi I know that had signed with the Atlanta braves in the off season, even though the braves have started to play outside spring tiny, but that is t birds favorite team. That's awesome. Well. They're an awesome awesome organization. I've always loved them hiding. Truth things in common one thing we have in common is we were both voted out. On Day thirty six okay, we were both down any other thing. We have in common the Atlanta right so I have to tell you this actually reached out to Brian.

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"heidi i" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

Teach Me Something New

10:48 min | 9 months ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

"Ever to a Red Line. Just look around that man or woman sitting beside you. Who is that person? There's about five million people out on pardon and parole right now. And what about the others? You've never been caught the be killer. Dennis Rader was a dog catcher married with three children weighing. Yay See serial killer doubled as a clown at children's birthday parties Ted. Bundy serial killer was a law student. That blended imperfectly. I Mansi Grace. Please join us for all new concept killers amongst US releasing weekly as part of our crime stories with Nancy Grace podcast killers amongst US breaks down the most evil the most notorious crimes and we deconstruct unsolved homicides and more join the investigation beginning Tuesday march. Seventeen listen to crime stories. Nancy grace on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts okay. How to put on a BRA demos for us to be a demo this so basically what's really important so when you have it on the right hook is something called scoop and sue and it's really really important with Endon snap. It is yeah so what you WANNA do. Is You want to lean forward. What I'm doing is I'm putting a bra on over my address. This is happening in front of us. And then basically you lean forward actually want it generally should be standing up but I won't you lean forward and you wet gravity kind of and it all falls into the scoop in swoops coupons and you place your breasts in the Cup and basically what that does in the bigger your cup size the more important it is but it's important for everyone and especially again. If you have certain kinds of breast that are less dense it sets the breast in the right place and it gives you the right luck and then from there. You adjust your straps and make sure. Your Band is perpendicular cross. And then you would basically look in the mirror and say how does it look right? What you're looking for is do you have cup overflow and by that I mean is your breast tissue coming out either over the top over the side always over the sedan. You need a half cup You're right you're in your. Your Cup is definitely too small. If you're doing the scoop and swoop you need to be CNN. Half that's one thing or there's something called cup. Gaping Comey Gaping is like when you have. You know you've space actually. This is perfect the Bras to beg. You know you have the gaping and it's not filling out the cup and generally you're going to need to go down a cup size and so those are some of the basics and so the broad does need a little bit of attention I think. Sometimes women put on Lebron's they're like not thinking about the little things and if you just do those things and they take it literally takes the second. Everything's GonNa work out better for you. Is there a difference in a strapless? No same thing holds and the scoop and swoop is really really important in the strap is really placing your breasts rate in the strapless bra which is supporting you without the straps so scooping swoop is even more important on my strapless always fall down me and my wearing the wrong strapless size. Yes Go. I feel like I do a lift and drop like I. Would he do could the Bra on? And then I like. Lift my up into the CUB and drought. Is that a scoop and Swoop Lazy Scoop and we'll see you want to contain right and so and I think the key thing is style so if you have more side set breasts. Oh that's talking about the style that generally is GonNa work better for you as the plunge too by the way the `love' plunges. I love that Bras. Well I mean it's it's really really pretty but it definitely helps. If you have either more oval shape so think about your shape too and think about the style of raw as well. If the fit isn't good for you okay. I think I learned a lot by definitely learned a lot. I want to try on all of the bras that we have here in the studio anything. No about boobs. I think what I've learned over the years third love. Is that every woman I say has ABROA- story or a boob story so similar to what you guys talked about earlier right. Every woman has these recollections of how her breasts are bras made her feel either in a good way or a bad way and so. I think what's really important is realizing you're not alone. And so what's been really interesting with the FIT? Finder and showcasing different types. Is Women being like? Oh it's not abnormal to have asymmetric boobs or to have side sat right like a lot of women do and I think that's part of it. It's de stigmatizing. The fact that like we all have unique brass shapes. And that's cool. It's beautiful and we should feel really great about that. Okay but they're also has an underwear line. We'RE GONNA go ended deep conversation. Been Swimming Fit Half Cup but cups but what do I need to know what we need to know about underwear so I think underwears another layer if you think about putting on your bra underwear in the morning if you do it like most women you're thinking about. What am I going to wear today? And then what's GonNa look and feel best under the outfit since the Base Layer? So you just for underwear. I think the most interesting thing has been the change in trends so similar to the wireless trend. One of the things we've seen and it's across the board in the industry is the switch from Thong Bikini so it used to be thongs the number one selling style of underwear in the US and now it's Bikini right so bikinis have outpaced for all ages for all ages. Yeah what are you wearing? Orange highways to Hayley's days waiting seamless. I'm longer all I still have things and I wear them every so often but I actually find that I get a better like line like I like how it looks better. High Personally. Cheeky or irregular. Really I'm more coverage and so generally that's again an overall trend but I think when you think about underwear it's really about fabrications think about bras it's more like the fit the type of the broadcast style and for underwear. Obviously you probably want to have multiple kinds again right for different kinds of outfits and then it's really about what fabric you want. So is that is having organic cotton important to you. Do you. Prefer of seamless right with actually know where you're not gonNA have any lines And so there's just different different types that are available and it's really about again preference. What are you wear? I wear Bikini and or Thong depends on the outcome. And then I have seamless and cotton like alternate and then fashion. I wear actually more fashion than I ever you when I was younger which seems strange lack of ood opposite of what you think what? I'm totally into more of the fashion styles and like color now and things like that. I used to never wear. Yeah I love that. Didn't how many pair of underwear should we have five to six times? The number of bras so like the way to think about it as say you have five or six good bras you probably need about. Twenty five. To thirty pairs of underwear is on average. You're doing laundry once a week or every other week And how often should we replace our underwear? I'm thinking I know I don't want to do wash my underwear. Every time you use it safe there I would say underwear. It's about again once a year. I mean you can see your underwear. Where right if we could do a secret closet visit and we can come over and do a a broad right Roger. I did an underwear audit recently when we moved I think underwear audit as their new year's resolutions happening so they know they're doing it. Yeah and and I'm now learning I dry my underwear which has elastic which is why they like. Wear out so fast they do so. If you can hang a underwear it's great. I mean a lot of women won't work at stuck with everything else and it's fine. I mean I think on average you're GONNA replace your underwear. More more often rape But yeah again. It goes back to if it's fashion underwear to last longer but it's the stuffy where every day it gets gross. You know when it's time you got to be honest with yourself and when you really look in your Bra and underwear Joya like would I be embarrassed if someone came over here and like getting like a little sheer. But it's time to go. Oh my gosh well. Heidi I know. Thank you so much for joining us. You taught us a lot. Yes our lives are changed lead to auditor our doors. Oh Okay I want to come up with some puns for your website. And we're going to help you. Make a new pumping broadcast engineers one right. Yeah we need a pumping friendly. Yeah not the pumping Bra but like you have to put on. But have your other totally. 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"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Drina have so much mazing Chemi. You'd think Justin Bobby was really secretly the baby daddy of her kids done. No you guys can't even sit through a dinner and so that was this big deal to you because also is hiding in control my mouth Agena. She's going my head this past problem where she was like. I don't want to be friends with you because Spencer. It's like are we really going back to like right so late. Twentieth cures with Spencer says like. That's not Heidi me because I had never liked Adriana. I'll stick to that now. She won't on she there there you go. Hey Happy Day. And she won't responded by by girl talk back on the show like I thought we were so past that and we were like like the connection right understood that was a time in our lives and so yeah. It's disappointing ninety was like can. Can you just like reach out and apologize rooms like absolutely not you know. I'm just saying like nobody right. I mean you you didn't say it now I thank Q.. So it's it's a hard thing because her ex brought her to court over that he brings us so. I know I'm not responsible for a lunatic. I it looks really. I'm just saying that's on one. She chose kid was responsible for is what you said which was joe and I'll say it again I it was hurtful to you. Know it's not it's a silly joke. Somebody mentioned something to you about that right even if it was real humor levels different different to like some people. Don't get jokes or some people if you offend someone you didn't mean to. That's what I was saying like. Hey a totally didn't mean to if it did. I'm sorry you you know my awesome. That's all I mentally came. We're not I'm not close enough with Agena care I don't care often Adriana. That's the difference between if you had said that that somewhere for you to say that. But I barely like she said you're brainwashed. Heidi did it is a patio. I still don't like her for men so me worrying about offending girl girl. You're lucky I don't say what I say like. I already am biting my tongue every day. Try to keep things. Yeah Nice like season two. If you're worried about that now. You should have responded to Heidi now. You maybe shouldn't even do season. Two Qassam be now. Now I get your life in order before. Did you try to come at us. Anybody could be upset at you. Don't get it because you bow anything you spencer as this humor where you can you say what's on your mind and you we love you for that. That's just who you are the Heidi's like this little sweetie who you want the best for everybody you shoot together are two of my favorite people in the world and I don't get how people are so upset by it. I don't get it. Yeah I don't know the whole cast is like upset by everything so that's fine and we like to fill them with ourselves. No I liked the film with the whole cast. I pull up all of you. You all get smoke. You're all done I'm done. I know 'cause I was on my best behavior to get a season to make sure everyone signs out for it if they sat over season two income near me. Oh my God is also going down but it's challenging because we've spent has been able to be more himself and like everyday life was not that way and so it's been nice to have people see more who we are and like the audience has been able to see more of WHO. Yeah but if you you put me in front of people audience me like no shit. Spencer's act that way against these garbage US humans. I don't want these people to drive him down again. And that's my concern with added against us not that I was was worried about a drain. So it's dot. I Love Spencer. And you see how he is enjoying this new rewrote and being able to be more of himself themselves. Yeah being able to have that and I don't want everyone to be able to pull him down again and make him this. Go and put all the drama on him again. That's that's my concern. Veteran is for Spencer. My concern is for my family. EARN is for us. That's not unreasonable. Right so it's like that's my main concern as we all have different sides to us right but I just don't want one side to continue like air. That's that that that's what all never forget what you said like that. It was when you're riding the wave. Everybody else was against you. We're done. We're getting literally booted out of here. We're twenty minutes over. That's my more resources season to Gumby. I consider all done. I'm bringing block term and they're all done for what you're saying season too good to be good. TV It's GonNa be better island season. One I want so while they love you on season one. We're GONNA love. I'm never going to be negative. I just speak to all right before it was edited right. There's there's a line the truth is powerful. You don't have to say salacious mean things you can just be like. This is the facts. Yeah and if they're going to be hot. Fax this read before I love. I love you both so much. Your two of my favorite people I've ever met in my whole life. I feel like you're so supportive of each other you. You've talked a lot about relationships. Heidi I feel like you've talked me through a lot. I just love your energy. I just love being around you. My two favorite people I please moved to Nashville and those lines. Yes yeah yeah. Have you been there yet down. I bumped into her at the airport but I don't know if she knows who I am I think she does. She didn't say anything but but I've been on her show a couple of times now coming up just because I'm friends with Britney you're on the new season of James a fairly so upset because we pitched you to the hills hills. Why did they use their housing right now? We could probably tell everybody. Listen to Spencer and hide his podcast and snap that everything. Thanks for listening. 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"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

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He knows and he wants to help people like he wants. He does this whole thing about about health wealth and happiness. It's like that's what he wants to help people with. He's very smart hosie. He's thirty. Yeah but he's like thirty going on like I love just watching watching him. He's like an old man like he reads the newspaper and he hunches over and he crosses his legs and sips his coffee like he's just like an old soul classics. Yeah Yeah Yeah. which by the way governor is an old soul Garner is an old saw he really is yes? And because some like K Rahman for for example people are always liked. Dogs are old souls and this. I'm like no Rahman's appear. He started his life as a puppy. Like he's a dog he's just a governor is an old soul he likes what we're saying riding horses cowboy hat. He's very particular. He always got like a sword or spoon. So I'm like. He was fully like Jim Young. John Rooms Jon snow he has. He's gnarly he's really good. Yeah and now. He's like rough and tough but he's like so so sweet Cowboy if he wakes up without being in my arms hysterically cries all night. That's what he wakes up. He's not in my arms and then he starts. It's crying and I'm right here and I call. It goes right back to sleep outside. Oh but I'm like how am I going to have another baby because he doesn't believe in his room and it's GonNa be challenging your saying he'll be a year older. Yeah if we even start trying in a few months but it's like yeah that's going to be hard and share so I got him a baby owning loves that baby dining toxic cry. Yeah you might be surprised because A lot of my friends have had the you know the same worries how we're GonNa have another. How are they going to deal? Paul Emsley some of them are pro. Some of them author. I don't sleep train. Not Coz leave no none of them Co squad cloud some of his Co.. Sleep the day sleep with you. Yes southam did yeah. My sister did that the second. Yep Wow due slept in. That's what everyone's by doesn't WanNA sleep next to Spencer pushes being away and he goes no no with trying to ending up in the baby will be in the dock with the railing on the side. You know what Oh you do and this is what will this is just one suggestion. And I'm not a mom so I don't know but my mom when my when my sister was born. My my mom felt the same way my mom was like how how am I gonNA be. No Healy was so tach to my mom. My mom had me and she tied a balloon and a string to a red tricycle and tied the string to my like when I was first born to wherever you know the hospital bed and my sister had followed a string and she said this little little baby brought bought you a gift and she had to follow the string and she found the perfect red tricycle and my mom said it was from me and my sister. Love love to me from the Gecko idea. Yeah right there that is such a mom hack so I had him five ice the ice cream all be every Horton. Maybe the real horse. 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"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"What they're not exactly. They're seeing that all these people from their show. Come off and get their own podcast and get the interviews that people want to hear from after the show. So they're like. Why are we doing that? So then they get Rachel and Allie to do it but thank thank God. I don't only do. I don't focus on bachelor. Contact your brain. Yeah I'm like I appreciate where it came from. I love the world. I love a lot of people in it. I've moved past the bitterness phase. I'm like in a place. Yeah God that's real. GM help my life. I like you my crystal that I bought but yeah I see what they're doing and I'm like Touche Touche. How is your family mine? Yeah what do you mean. In what way like in Canada so cute to see about like. Wow you're like oh in my family is I could not ask for a better family. You haven't done that trip yet. I haven't seen you know why is true. I was more in the moment. This timeline. Happy second like I think they love. Jason they're obsessed with him. Oh my we're like okay and I don't know all and I'm just putting this out there. I don't know this is true but my mom pulled out all of her old jewelry and my grandmother's jewelry and the stuff that she saved and she was like trying the engagement ring early the wedding ring and I think she was testing about how fit my finger after the size. Everything Jason I do. I'm like this is happening. This is where it's going to be proposing moving to shut up. Yeah good he's like what do you mean you know address the Gal Ah Glam squad with me when you wake up in bed special day. Ah I never look at my nails. Never do them all of a sudden my nails done every day like oh it's so funny but yeah I do I do. I know it's so funny. I came from being engaged where I never thought about a wedding where now I'm dating. I'm like going back from calling someone a fiance to a boyfriend and I'm like that's my boyfriend. I feel so like young and then I'm just like we're at eight. Oh Yeah Yeah so enjoy I G captioned probably friend again to enjoy. That's true and of a boyfriend like enjoy royal with guys. We're offering positive people like Jason be next level like you guys are awesome positive. And I'm like the glass half empty or I'm like. Yeah but what if gams heating comments you still respond to blows my my all my God. You did the other day without person on I. G. Only got what Patty. Yeah like. I'm like why are you giving these people. So who knows you do that all day long. It's like that's what I know. I retired that I keep telling you to stop. It's like do rolling. They win when they're showing their friends. Kaby see I'm on her story. Make some legit on. What's that website? Read it or something like they get like credit in on you respond to that when you gave like five stories Mrs Visa sponsored ads. I hope she's selling tees fairways like physically assaulted salted and visit. Yeah this person assaulted him he did. Yeah Yeah Oh you're joking. And he did all these stories about it and was like I can't believe that please just talking about what happened. Yeah loved they were sharing it. They were dancing. COPS I know. So it's it's like I gave attention azide later when I was like. Oh duly joy negative drive this negative energy. You're right. They do thrive on his people to like. Yes I got blocked by Blah Blah Blah. I saw blocking people because people why they've locked. Okay I did I did that. I stopped blocking because I'm like they're gonNA love that. I block them but I I guess for me. It's part of my humor like I don't care. Patty gets attention and I don't care. She got what she wanted because it was a funny story. Like that's where my aheads Kinda funny to me. I'm like I'm like you're right. It's better off giving five stories of somebody's loves you support sports. You're right you're absolutely. It's like there's way more of you will deming you like you changed my life. Don't share. Do Respond to those people you know. Share them in your Israel worry narcissists but so that was that's masochist sharing people like take you down and that's wrong for me to think I I guess I think if I'm sharing what people love about me. I feel like I'm being conceited. Well I think it's also a self Zang if you're gonNA share one like yeah right so either don't share positive you know like otherwise knowing sharing needed this talk to that I know I need. I know you have but today. I'm yeah I was fine with you doing on twitter because it's a tweet who cares but like five stories where people pay five grand story like that for a long time. Yeah I kept being like. Why are you doing this? He would always justify it. Yeah Oh it's funny. Oh get on our blah blah. It was always something it doesn't matter it's actually consuming. Oh you are thinking this. This person is winning over use in a matter what you just have to cut it off. Culture Okay at the end of the month is like no now. Yeah you're right you're right okay fine. I haven't thirty years I'm going to the NFC your content. It's like look what ideal but it's like. Forget that right I. I didn't even want to see a patty on your story. 'cause I looked your story for like fun stuff. podcast wide great outfit. You Know Jason Anisul Jason Time. He's read it. Affects your relationship a little bit. That's not good either. It's like you know why you you don't need one more thing in your relationship you guys are probably dealing with enough. You don't need strangers coming in affecting your mood subconsciously or consciously you know saying things about you. It's like whatever is not good keeping moving. Let's two thousand twenty coming. You're all good things you're right and you sharing that person's talks like they don't like Mike. How just like the coffee shop? What I thought I was doing this? He had actually the opposite. You put them on their radar. Let's Charles Yeah Right. Vampires their second. You dry girl. You're absolutely right okay. And I know you've told me this. I've known her I tony. Man I was tweets are still fine with the tweet. You like when you call Tweeden writes above your platform Russia's like this is is where you promote your podcast tweets. I don't even care about. I would say you shouldn't do it but it's like if you have to do one. Yeah Yeah I'm different. Have you Jason's family family. Yes Kate they're the best people I've ever met my life So they so his parents live in Charlotte. They all grew up in buffalo and his parents have moved ever. His Dad is involved in the packaging business. That started bubble. Wrap a wild. Yes and he is or your crystal. And so he's like he's just such a hard worker. He's so funny. Jason is his dad they both have just great energy. I remember meeting meeting them for the first time and Jason's dad and his mom have been married for thirty five years and Jason's dad looked across the table and went. God I love you. You're the glue to this family to his wife and and they didn't think I cried. I did and I didn't he jason anything of it and I watched them and their interaction action. And they're like respect for one another and I was like I will never doubt you jason because he literally is his his dad and he will walk through the airport. I know and he'll look at me and he'll go. You're the love of my life you know. And I'm like being told that like he is his dad and they have such a strong relationship and they have arguments and they're open about it and not fake they just feel like you're pissing me off right now and five minutes later is he's he's like you're the glue to our family. And so I ask Jason. I was like did you just see that. And he was like what I'm like your dad. You said you're the guy. He says time my mom and I was like ooh like they are such as the. He always jokes.

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"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Reality. TV were word sharing so much with people all that they're like well. If you share this with me I'm I'm almost welcome into your world because you share that with me. Every day I started before my era post you've done in maybe at least a year was your spread it to Heidi was your recent one at the palms resort. Where you said had somebody wrote you act like you twenty four and it's like I feel it all the time and always ignore that but like yeah because I I my energy is the same as is? I'M GONNA go out on when I was in high school energetically like I love my life always the most fun and then people will try to go and put you in a box site. That energy shouldn't be in sticks year-old Adrian's like my energy. I've been turning up since I was fifteen at least fourteen. Forty like I yeah. GROWNUP learned a lot. But like I try to go back to the same fun that I had when I was four. I don't think like Oh. Oh I can't be the same fun person when I was fourteen versus. Yeah responsibile but it's still so that post was so guy has to be childlike. That's even younger own. Oh yes it's very little Bible like to come to God because that's what he's saying. I enjoyed a single thanks to God. Like it's important to keep that child Alaric. An interest in value. You know love boasts great. I love when you you do like a paragraph capture. The flag okay. He's going to be read all the kids you like. It's so funny because I usually. I like one liners. Funny some punny. PUT It out there. Send I don't even the Jason we'll sit and think about a caption and I'm like Oh my God I get a picture and I go stand and I don't even think about it so the ones I do have paragraphs on you know I spent some serious time thinking about going deep eminem your seems like a light. You know he seems like he has great energy every tenants. Hanseatic mind your story. He's teams like he's so like yeah happy and like vibrant and I feel like that's so good for you too because you work so hard and it's almost like Mindset a turn on so you know what is amazing is. I can't wait till you go on. Because we watch dossey right and then she just found her dream in guy and he's going on her live podcast as her like backup with the Mike and Jason a cute. When you're next to where you we need to bring I just did a show at life is beautiful with Nikki? Glaser and he went out to pump up the crowd before and I was like this is the ultimate height mound like he literally literally I'm like and he's got this energy like he's just a happy go lucky positive glass half full just like the biggest supporter and he literally really goes out there and I listened to him and I was like almost in tears backstage. Because I'm like this is my person you know you want somebody else to be your person and you fight for it. And then you're like doc. Oh no this on paper checks. I would have been happy if he met like half of my expectations for human being he he literally everything. I'm like what look he's perfect for me. How long have you guys been together? They're not six six months. I met him. I met him in October end of October. Oh that's that's that's when we met we we were very when I met him. It was like he's sent me pictures of girls being like this girl. Do you know who she is like. I might go on a date with her like we were not. Oh Wow because he knew I just got out of a relationship and he didn't even think like oh she's looking and Aydin either so he was like yeah. I have a crush on her but can't do anything about it and might as well just be on her like on a friendship level. My is you want to watch him. Yeah I just was like rooting for his happiness for him to come back yeah like he was a he had his contract. Scientists between him Blake Colton to be the bachelor and Clinton got it. Yeah because he doesn't jump fences bucket any the bachelor Yeah Lake from Para. Yes stop. That's why he was so like everything. Just made sense with Christina with Oh he was ready to just be a player. He wasn't settling down. Exactly live. Yeah that'd be the bachelor mentality. Yes it makes together no okay. It makes so much sense to me that he I'm did what he did. Because I'm like one you're single. You came out of a tough break-up on national television when you come out of that you're let's party and like meet all these girls bachelor world like these girls are all attractive. Nice ladies who he's like and they're like youth blake from the Bachelor. They're all just as guilty as he is totally and so I was like this is so of course. He's doing this like what he's at a music festival hang no controversy because he texted a couple of official who has an efficient anyone. Anyone exactly in the controversy was that he hooked up with this girl the next day hooked up with this girl and then he flew across to meet this girl from the other but it's like single when he was about to be the bachelor. Yeah so it's like that totally out of your system. So much that support for off the vine comes from manscaping. Who is the number? One in men's below the belt Alta grooming manscaping offers precision engineered tools for your man's family jewels Jingle Bells uh-huh Jingle all the way Gosh it's holiday season so it's time to buy gifts for you and your man and it's really a gift for both of you if you catch my drift. I'm I'm talking about the man's scraped perfect package three point zero. But I if you don't know about manscaping and the importance of manscaping then it's time to hop on the trend things. Things can be real sensitive in the below the belt area. 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And and they were like he can't at this time or the candidates time and I had Hannah be scheduled four different times and something kept coming up and I was like this is weird and then when that came out I'm like Oh. I looked at as a comment yours. It ABC is threatened by KB. And now they're doing a live show where they they do a live. PODCAST tour with Ben Higgins and they asked me to be the the Co host with Ben and I was like I do my own thing so I'm like I I mean it's it's smart.

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"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Know I think my favorite coach is probably Blake. Shelton or maybe Kelly Clarkson Maha Kelly clocked head. It's hard to decide but Hulu has grey's anatomy which is an all-time fave. Oh and this is us. If if you're really in the mood to shed some tears which I always am and can't forget family guy family. He goes no I feel about family guy so if you love not as much as I do and don't want to miss the new stuff go to Hulu Dot Com and start your free trial today. So where does Jason Live so jason moved to Nashville so he elizabeth me yeah. It's so funny because I really do okay number one. I need to get back on snapchat because I feel like tidy missing followed. Everyone's she follows John Daddy account and me so it's not like for you just so much it's like you know probably like a political yes taking too much of my time like any extra five minutes I have. I WANNA be spending with Gartner. Need to be praying for like nothing much myself. Yes something that's been snapchat. She okay yeah then all it only because snapchat you. Can you know instagram. I feel like you're scrolling. You're like why am I following the this where I did it. INSTAGRAM clean up the other day and I felt guilt for one hot second. I was like following someone I used to work with ten years ago that I don't and I'm like well. They like all my photos. They they shouldn't follow and then I'm like no I don't I don't talk to this person. They're not my friend. I'm not great for whatever they're doing and I'm not like I don't hate you but I don't care hear about what you're doing. I'm sorry but every unfolded fifteen hundred. Heidi US doing Andrea as soon as I watch all these people who have not messaged me in years when they realize I don't follow them. Yeah I'm going to get a mess. It happened with so many outside. Oh how fake is this. You're not engage in my life and all of a sudden but then it took so long to involve fifteen hundred at another vase. FBI is. I don't care but I did stop reading. DM's and I've been doing that for years really you are. You're kind of like what was that wasn't explosion. Marvel Marvel Marvel Arvo not an explosion. Yeah here the problem with selling crystals is people started messaging me. Oh to his all things you've ever to be like and then so can you send me a free crystal. Yeah and if all we just message me and I believed a crystal would help your domestic or your radio I on what you just message me a free crystals knocking to fix right love energy and and everything but yeah way pass. Yeah so your messaging like you're putting me in a portal of energy. I can't be an ally is unbelievable. Achievable yeah and it was just making it. So these thousands if you might time to spend it with governor or like hello. He's used to be like fun. Like I love Britos. I love with the crystals like people are looking either for a free crystal or a real outlet. But it's like I'm not you'RE NOT A. I'm not a healer. Can't save your life and stones. Yes and I feel like you're the type of person to where you will get invested into. Somebody's story like you're like you're both such. They got good people where you like care about people's hearts so if they're sending you all have facetime people on death beds and then a week later they're like oh he died. The person WHO's talking tom new to say this is all free like I. This great Clued me I'm not strong enough in my own life to be able to to take me you know it's one thing if it's like one thing but it's not like one hundred people like that are more so heavy we are doing doing instead. And what I said dispenser like my main goal this year with product crystals is to incorporate a charity. So we're going to work and we're getting bracelets for the kids going to go in and give it to the kids so it's like we do want to help you know even for the child if it's a placebo effect but what's an efficient beneficial way to really help people say well. Let's go to the Children's Hospital and I love that made so that's what we're ready for you guys. I love that. That's a it's a lot because that's you're a big energy person you know when somebody's good at something and people like I watch your stories and I'm like I wanNA listen to Taylor swift only eat burritos I wanNA drink espresso and I wanna get crystals so when people are just so focused on Rosetti Rosett goes down as easiest easiest champagne. Oh Yeah you're right you can pound this. No that's the problem. Yeah no this is dangerous dangerous warned. I'm glad this is Ann Arbor and I wouldn't be promoted everyday going to send you. Yes roster to him blitzer. Will I lost you all the wind forever for whatever you need from me. We'll be back with more off the vine this Kaitlyn Bristowe. You're listening to off the vine Kaitlyn Bristowe. You know people know like the same thing podcast. I'll talk about like a the break-up I'll take I'll talk about it openly. I'll talk about how hard time I had. I'll talk about depression anxiety and then you get these stories where I'm like can't handle this because I want to help you so badly and I read these messages. Same thing and I'm like I can't see that and then I wanna help you and then I'm like but then in my jerk ignoring it because now I've seen it. You know what I mean so just stopped. Yeah thing is you can only really help yourself. Yes right right right. You can't really help that person that you've heard. The advice is operatives take that person either is going to have to pick themselves up. Pray about it a support system in person unfortunately in this world a lot of what we go through. It's up to us to get US ourselves out of positions like I'm okay. What am I going to do about? It might be proactive. Do I WANNA stay. Depressed is a habit that that I have in my seeking. You know it's like there's a lot of different things but unfortunately a lot of professional. Yeah you know so. It's like they're yeah there's nothing can you could and sometimes it's an attention thing unfortunately too because that's a way even from childhood if people aren't getting good attention that they want attention it's sad and it's hard and that is such a reality though people really. I mean I've been guilty of that. I can think of many times in a relationship. Where if I'm not getting getting the attention I want all like Jason's really good because he'll call me out and he'll be like what's the real problem? Let's get to the root of it and let's have an adult conversation and then I'm like how I got my game Jason. Write a book audiobook. Listen to audio birds. Good A and it actually shifts my brain. Where instead of if he was defensive or like if he was like we? What's wrong with you? I'd go into more of a child. I'd like sounds like I crave that bad energy more but he goes. How can I help? What what is what is the real problem and like let's address it and then I'm like we'll this happened yesterday and then I realized what it is but it's you can't there's not a lot of people? I'm not like that. There's people I think. Want want to reach out to us because we mean so much in their day which I love because they tune into our instagram stories or the podcast and they get they get like a good feeling from that just from watching instagram story. So then they go to the next level. We're and we're the kind of people that I want help so badly that if I read that and don't respond it way on me for the rest of the day. Well they feel like you're a friend. Yes and that's the hard line with social media and not originally had and I'm sure you did with reality. TV Get worse. Social Media. Media is people. Feel like they know you when you don't know them and so it's like where's the line because with actors they don't experience i. It's clear I I chow. I don't there's a Weiner's boundary. I have more of a respect but with social media and with.

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"heidi i" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

Sex is Not For Sissies

14:30 min | 1 year ago

"heidi i" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

"Welcome to sex precedes radio. I'm your host valda fort. It is such a pleasure today to have with me. A person who who works on making sure that seniors have all they need to have a great life and i don't know about view but i'm one of those people so my guest today is heidi sheer. She is a dedicated advocate for seniors with a proven record as the p. t. a. working in diverse healthcare settings her goal is to complete a master's in gerontology and continue her commitment to serving the needs of the aging population and their families. She offers a comprehensive understanding of resources available in the community in healthcare systems. Her professional experience danced demonstrates her skills collaborating with multidisciplinary hooker teams as well as her ability to communicate effectively with a variety of stakeholders holders and she's able to conduct holistic assessments for the geriatric community she identifies the needs of each individual and provides appropriate care plans in resource connections. I am so happy to have you here with us today. Heidi welcome thank you. I'm the be here is such a pleasure in your your topic. Your title how being prepared for death can save your family's. Life is definitely intriguing intriguing. Let's talk about that. I know so many people don't like to talk about death. They don't like to prepare for it or make sure that they have left their loved one one so they don't have to scramble so explain what you mean by being prepared p-adef can save your family's like well. I'm i'm gonna speak a little bit about my personal family experience <hes> because i think that will probably tell the story and then i can kind relate that to my work experience just as a as a matter of point. I just wanted to clarify that. I had finished my graduate degree. I graduated in may although i am done on <hes> so personally in terms of waiting for the end of life <hes> because i have spent twenty five years working with aging aging adult in most of my life working with people in the last years of their lives being prepared for the dying process. It's been a really important thing to me. Nate and i encouraged my own family. My parents particularly to be ready to have conversations about their wishes and and expectations for how things would be managed at the end of life but of course as you mentioned in your introduction people really don't like to talk about dying and it's really a hard topic to get started so ultimately that left a lot of things on gun at their into their lives more done in such a way that all the family members in my family we're not fully apprised of the decisions that were being made and ultimately what that ended up doing was causing such a terrible rift in my family that we no longer have a relationship and in fact it's been my experience those you know just intimidating with others in a non professional way and then also my professional experience that lack of preparation is more common than not you're less than thirty five percent of the US population how planned for end of life with advanced directive so that in and of itself is very telling when most of the people in the united states have not expressed their wishes for their end of life and i'm not speaking adjust of how would you like to die speaking of handling financial transactions house of attorneys in that regard healthier attorneys all the things that need to be considered as your aging most people kind of overlook or put off to a better day when i know you said something thing really important when you talked about the rift in your family because of it i hear so many people who are just overwhelmed with taking care of what mama or papa might have won it but even more so when they haven't left clear path of who should be handling it and how things it should be distributed. There can be a lot of hard feelings there. Oh you're right so what ends up happening is. All those old patterns that were established established early on in the relationships between siblings and parents and children become magnified as you get older. I've even had experiences where yeah i've had <hes> people that are medical professionals doctors who tend not communicate with their parents because their parents listened to them so it's not you know particular to any individual family. It's a it's a common problem and i think it starts with the fact that kind of detached from connect to you know the end of life that used to be that when people were dying they were brought into the home neither my home and the the services and everything that happens related to those those things were handled in the home but as time has progressed we have become more and more detached from the aging and dying process and it's become so institutionalized that we have left this really important part out which is that we are going to die and ultimately absolutely you know people just have not have as conversations so my first recommendation would be to start having these conversations believe it or not at at a very early age when your children are younger than you might think appropriate you can bring up the level of conversation at an appropriate level. That would be a first recommendation that i might might make today now. When you talk about appropriate so say that you have a young family where the parents parents are in their thirties and they have say oh tan eleven twelve year old children are you saying that they should be having a conversation in or you meaning later like if they have young adult children so the children are in their twenties in the parents are in their fifties in an ideal world people would be having this conversation from the time. The children were very young younger than even eleven. I mean i'm fifty two so i did not have the opportunity to grow up in the point in time in our in my generation where people were brought back into the home to die but my mother's family did and and you know i know that because of that because people took their older people into the home and they they stayed in the home until they died that being close goes to someone who was dying was not an uncommon experience but like i've said now we've gotten to the point where we have disassociated and we often forget that children for an die to consider you. Don't wanna bring a theory conversation with a child but you know children lose hats. They lose whose family members. They lose friends. <hes> death happens opportunities really to the educational tool to start having conversations nation in a positive way which means you're going to have to find a way to facilitate it if that means going to a spiritual counselor or going to professional professional that made deal with this or actually people that are called death dulas and home during these conversations about there's a fantastic organization called the conversation project project. They have a hope hit of information to help coordinate and surf these conversations and i can't remember them highly enough <hes> to help kind of facilitate these conversations with this young children and yes your children that you may be in your fifties and you're in your seventies yes there. It's never a time it's inappropriate the stuff that we just made it so inappropriate and our culture well the other thing about having having a conversation sooner rather than later is the cost of funeral services. Go up and i remember when i i was a young girl. My mother saying that she had purchased her funeral. Plot in head made all those decisions so we wouldn't have to deal with it in the difference in cost cost was many thousands of dollars those years later you're not. You're not incorrect so yes. There's a financial incentive for having the discussion you know i think one approach you can take in having a conversation starter would would be to approach coach by considering that. It's probably one of the most loving things that you can do and your mom was being very loving for you to having resolved those issues so that you did on how to deal with that during the grief process of losing her and that is this a very mature and loving thing to do and yes if you wanna look at it from a financial standpoint. You're right right you can lock in on a cost <hes> if you can decide what type of you know arrangements you wanna have now it used to be that we had one one style of arrangements it kind of became warm but the industry has changed quite a bit and there are lots of ways to have general these days and they're not just the standard. You know what people imagine as a service anymore. <hes> is that opportunity to have those conversations with your loved ones but imagine what what did they want you know how do they wanna be celebrated when they when they passed as important now. What are some other things besides starting the conversation early. Do you think would help families. Well given the fact that i spent twenty five years working in the medical fields one of the areas that i find most intriguing and most compelling to me <hes> has been the concept of the medicalisation of aging meaning in our particular society. We have turned the very aspects of aging into a medical diagnosis so we'd he'd make the assumption that just because you're getting old you're getting sick and you're not well and i would like four more people to have conversations early on on not just about the quantity of her life and the end of their life but equality of the lights that they have as they are going into their final years and that would enable label them to then express your loved ones. This is how i wanna die. This is how i wanna live my final years and these are the interventions that i wanna have medically medically and there are forms available. There's basic forms that are available that off advanced directives for making decisions about life and then their forms that are standard forms that are part of a post form. Which are you know of their medical medical orders that are signed by physician that determine interventions about how aggressive you want your medical care to be as you. They have a chronic disease and you become so sick that there's no no hope that you're going to get better or you know you. Just you just make a decision that this is how oh you wanna live the final years of your life. You don't wanna have a bunch of medications a bunch of medical procedures done. These are the kind of conversations that having me documents kim s in front of you can help facilitate because they literally ask questions like. Do you want to have an idea of feeding to do. You want to have this level of medication given given to you. Those are the types of questions that you don't know to ask until you see the paperwork and you know that they're available to ask <hes>. I know oh that's important because say that you don't even have a chronic illness but you have something sudden to happen. <hes> motor vehicle accident or a a bad fall with a head injury. I see it all the time where the question of or a stroke heart attack. Those kind of things do happen open but we don't always have any idea that they're coming the question as a nurse of many years. I've seen families struggle with this. Do we continue to fight the good fight. We haven't had this conversation. I used to work in burn trauma unit so i know <unk>. I remember telling my kids.

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"heidi i" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"heidi i" Discussed on The Good Fight

"Hope you enjoy conversation. Welcome to the podcast Heidi. Thanks time. The answer is your both an historian and somebody who thinks a lot about public policy, and you get the problem the challenge. Jr. Posed by variety of digital media. From that perspective. What do you think is failing that people get wrong when we think about digital media because they don't have it. Historical perspective that such a good questions. I think the first thing that people really get wrong is the impulse to say that everything we're facing is wholly unprecedented that the internet is posing challenges of scale and speed that we've never seen before. But in fact, if we look at this, historically, we see that we have faced multiple times the ways in which governments and firms try to manipulate new media to achieve broader goals, and we can also see the ways in which governments and others have tried to rein in media and the massive unintended consequences of those sorts of efforts. So I was go back and forth on that argument. I'm very alive to Maseru of once called the danger of corners interesting. This idea that you live in time that's going to be absolutely defining humanity. And it's completely unlike any other historical period people have done, but again, and it's easy to see Powell's Nava selves at the same time. I also compare for example, the invention of the printing press today, and I noticed that the book spread quite slowly across Europe. Certainly in the first years where ten twelve years into systems of Facebook. It is available two billion people in basically every country in the world, save North Korea. So what if we'd really do live in this special time? Why shouldn't we think for we live in a special time? So I said there's a couple of things that are quite similar about what's going on. And some things that are really genuinely different. So things that are quite similar is the hope initially that some sort of media and new medium is going to bring connection and therefore peace amongst different peoples in a way that we've never seen before. That's something. We see with transatlantic submarine telegraphy that. First cousin eighteen sixty six something we see with radio, etc. Etc. And then suddenly that tone when you realize no hang on a moment. This technology can also be used to spread hatred or violence and then often, and hopefully we arrived somewhere in the middle. So with flash, but we tied years. Our them is taught to teaching a class on moxy in digital age at Harvard. Gosh, pop six or seven years ago at it was really hard work to get students to see that digital technology could potentially have downfalls, and they just didn't buy it. I spent the whole 'cause trying to talk about some of the potential for -tunities, but also trying to get them to see, but it could have down sides and in the final S's road. They always had. No, no, no digital technology is going to be amazing to always amazing things. Now, it's kind of you're right. If you were going to say, no, actually, Facebook and Twitter grateful. Of a world people say what are you talking about? So we've gone through whiplash. What he's saying is. But we've done that before the printing press with radio of talent ram what different moments. Yeah. Printing, presses one Telegragh fee is definitely another. It seems like it's going to spread world peace in the eighteen sixties. But then we still have walls in the early eighteen seventies. We also have a financial crisis. So at that moment, suddenly becomes clear and people saw hanging a moment. This can be used to actually make a financial crash happen foster. Not then once that's actually quite similar to onto blaetz about. Flash crashes and algorithm trading extremely similar debate in the early eighteen seventies. So then whiplash also starts to happen..

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