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"hubby hubby" Discussed on Kinky Katie's World

Kinky Katie's World

06:57 min | 2 weeks ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on Kinky Katie's World

"Didn't have to go very deep understanding and gets me the giggles as important read right. I'm a little disturbed. Wow a little but we are the fix that okay. Gonorrhea how god no cure gonorrhea. What are you talking about some fucking pencil or something. It's something ridiculously easy now. There's no reason to fear the god just deal with. Ooh unless you get the super supergun. That's right gone gone a couple of years ago or this year or last year at some point. Recently there was a strain that they write hard time treating. We talked about it. A wino- dues the gross crash. Just just grossness not. Everybody listens to every episode. That's true not like commander cutie. Okay i like to say hi to two seven fans especially the female fiennes guys. I still love you. Don't don't think man hater and just all. She likes it if they're gay. I mean there's a lot. So i don't know what it's like that there's a lot of dudes i mean you're there's a lotta dudes that listen to you that follow you on twitter and that's fine. That's because i show boobs. I don't believe him. I i get it. One hundred percent but But yeah no. I do. I do Like like more the women too because then it's like hey you're just coming to me because i don't know why reason for what you're doing that's all right however i can't stupid Feel better so good. I don't know i'm just weird. Oh so this. Guy was all pissed off and wrote an article about the porn fixation of net flicks. It says vacation of netflix continues really in what way well. How are we buying it. Well i'm not fortify. But how's it being porno fide. Apparently they're just they've been releasing just like a slew of movies. That have very graphic sex. Seems like the first like five minutes and people are like. Oh great like they. The one three hundred sixty five days that they kept trying to shove dot throw for fucking ever it. People said it was like a polish fifty shades of grey okay publishers. So which point. I mean it was marked tv. Ma that stands for mature audiences. Right i would. I would assume okay so you should never. Oh sue. what's the problem. It's another one of these olives exists and i hate all of so nobody is allowed to eat a fuck it all of like you know. It's the fuck. It's the mother's like the will bill you moms and shit like that. That are like much. Children can click. Then why don't you. I put on a parental block of like really tv. And it's on you. I mean that's unu- how old is she get adult stuff if i want to watch after your own child. The don't have them right. I mean you're you're probably right. Maybe they shouldn't be watching that. But that's your decision your choice. Your fucking jaw. That's your job if you don't care to that's right right. Oh and there's no like porn on their. I mean like actual porn. There's probably some softcore shit going on. There's there's there's there's hubby hubby adler smacky. There's a new movie that came out. It's like called sex life or something it. That's the one that's like. Say it's really really raunchy and there's un- simulated sex and there's a lot of there's like threesomes and a ton of ships you jerk to their. I mean really netflix. Seriously maybe some people okay. I mean i'm sure some people could find something they would want to jerk but really reeducating me. They checking throughout an anime really. I mean your kid goes on their phone. And what i mean. It takes no time at all to find some heart kirker. We assisted in that. But watch your kids. I don't know what to tell you an adult. I should be able to get it. I don't see the problem. Is if i wanna see something i wanna see it and if somebody's willing to do it and give it to me. Wh why should i have it. I don't i don't get it. I mean i get it. You're you're might see what you did did that lady. I mean some people can't have like sexuality all up in their face because they turned into like pedophilia monsters. Like maybe they know. It's one of those things. I can't be exposed that so bro. That's your problem like go. That sounds like a you problem. Go not expose yourself to it. You can do that. You can choose not to click on that thing. You could choose not to go to the places i mean. It may be hard for you. But that shouldn't mean that i can't i don't drink but i have a problem with there being bars and other people drinking. That's up to you drank. If you wanna drink. I don't i don't drink and i go places Often where a lot of people drink just so fucking important side if you wanna see support f. c. santa claus taking a christmas tree up. His bite will damn it. What's the problem. Don't be grinch solid. If i could seize right or it's at the day. Whatever actually if you're like doing something that's completely legal you you're banging people who are agreeing to the situation what's going on and what. What is the problem. Yeah so yeah. It's not it's not our fucking job to. It's not that dirty on that flexes. What i'm saying so to get your panties untwisted there. Yeah you're not collect to. Yeah you need to have like like somebody else to heat. It's just you know you got to shift. You're angry about today right fair that. There's really not porn on netflix. So get over it. I mean it's a. Tv may tunnel. That's i i like. I just think it's dumb to be held responsible for other people's shit like i have. Sometimes women get mad at me and semi. Dm's on fucking facebook. My husband likes shooter. He sent you this data..

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

Hey B*tch!

07:35 min | Last month

"hubby hubby" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

"My husband mecum. Promise deal what are we compromising for combat. You gotta promise yes. Yeah i was gonna say about husband. I feel like husband sounds so together. I love husband. I look forward to husband. Fiance feels nice and being called a wife. Yeah being called a wife is probably you may. That's really hard to get used to two on your wedding day. you're like oh you're not my fiance. Yes my husband's going to pick me up comes out of your mouth. You're like oh my god. I'm such a grown up. Word annoys me. I don't know why it's been lethal. Since i was a teenager. I fucking hate the word hubby hubby. I like it is cute i. He's he's hubby and my phone. Yes same yes in my which every day. It's cute if you as you say it's just not my thing or hubs denny's hubs is more something hampsters ya that one. Yeah i'm with you on that. Booboo the hub husband you bum. We don't want to hear the giusti's do it. Let me tell you guys so. There is a video if you wanna go watch after this. I thought let me tell you the teas so basically what happen is denny tells me. Oh we're going to go have dinner and we had actually gone on a sunset day at the beach like to go on. Yeah he's like. Hey this week we should go to dinner. We haven't gone on long time. And i was like okay. Cool he's like. Can we do it on the weekday because weekends a really busy and i was like weird but okay and then he tells me he's like when are you gonna get your nelson and then also don't wanna get excited. I don't like to get excited. 'cause it could be very being so slick catch every detail i never asked. Why neal. I talk a lot about my nails on my channel. So i was like. Maybe he's asking because of that. I don't know. But i was like. I'm just going to get them done just in case so we agreed on wednesday. We're going to go have dinner. And then he was like okay. I'm going to work wednesday. He's like he never really texts me when he's at work so i was like okay. Cool and he gets off of work. He's a cam off of work. Now levine. I'm okay so i'm getting ready and my mom was over that day. And then she was like him going go home and i've been helping her with her youtube channel like she's been posting videos q. If he hasn't watched spanish videos go watch her name. Lisa the s so her name. She talks a lot about like her relationship with god and she's also doing cooking videos food cocaine for a second also pam cocaine talking no so anyway so my mom was over and she's like i'm going to go home. Get ready and come back. So i can promo video and i was like. Why are you going to go home just from the video like she never get super radio or anything. It's just like. I really wanna get ready this time and i was like okay. We are whatever she's like. Wafer me before you go to dinner and then also like okay. Sure so then. She goes home. She comes back and she's like extra and then i was like whatever. I'm still not going to get my hopes up anyway. So then we're there and then i'm like okay. Denny's probably going to be running. Li like he's probably gonna want me to iron his sure and then he calls me. He's speaking iron my shirt and then you already look. I do that for him. Because i just love when people look well put together you know especially have but anyway like don't romantic pictures sino whenever somebody has like a wrinkly shirt. I'm like a steamer is thirty dollars steamer and it'll be ten dollars amazon. You know it's not our. But anyway. So i knew i was like your shirt. And so he he's like okay. We've been living room. I'll be right there. And i'm like okay. I'm seeing like this. When i'm on the doors like right there and all of a sudden our doors like digital thing he goes beep beep. Oh yeah and then aibo opens so anyway just feel and then the door opens and then i just hear the mighty cheese. Yeah and then. I was like holy gakkai like what is happening. And danny walk san with this. Like huge only. How many was three hundred fifty flowers. Oh my god now. Those who don't know me. My boyfriend always gets me flowers. So i really wanted to go out of his way this time to make it like a special bouquet. So he walks in. And then i was like i just automatically started crying illiterate and he walks in and then the minute you walk in and they played this very beautiful song and then danny waited for the song to be over but he walked up to me with like the big electing a flowers and i was gonna grow. And he's like it's too heavy. And then i was like okay so he just gets down the song finishes and then he's like he says like a little speech he's like stacey like we've been together and i just love you so much and i think it's time for us to take the next long. He's like do you want to be my wife. you did. He did and i was like. Oh i got ugly crying. And then i went down to hug him and he got up and then they started playing a really beautiful spanish song. If you guys know spanish go listen to it so beautiful and so they started playing another song and dance wasn't even that's on us on this ad Yeah it goes missing but yeah my original lean. Yeah and so then. After that we ended up going outside see pictures of manatee went outside. The neighbors came out to listen. It was so you And then we ended up going to dinner after like celebrate. Because i tell him like obviously as you guys now and you guys probably relate. Our careers are so out there in our lives or software that i told them. When you do this. I will love it for it not to be live for it to not be like yeah uploaded like. I wanted to be recorded but let us enjoy omega three four. Because i already knew. I was going like and that's not a bad thing but iranian people were going to be like Relations and i wanted to enjoy your exactly how what i told. Steve do this grand gesture because he would tell the story about how he asked his girlfriend to go to prom with him and like in front of the whole school like onstage. And stuff and i was like. That's really sweet. If you're your proposed to me. Like i want it to be between us like our moment and not like oh audience but look look at us. Want it to be like although i do wish someone had recorded a little bit of it because there's no reporting or picture or anything. Yeah so. I mean daddy did no like i told them i do want it to be recorded and my sister of logs to so. She was blogging for her channel. And it worked perfectly. Because i was like we share it like the moment in itself is special sherry with ourselves but then when we shared to the world. I also want to be present in that when we start being like. Hey congratulations a nice messages. Because it's also like a different man and was really like i know exactly what you mean because it was recorded and it was it was shared very intimately with your family. What he said to you is so intimate private. You can't hear it in the video or nothing. So i actually wanted ask you that too when we were are like no like when he actually propose..

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Kylie Jenner Shows Off Baby Bump

Daily Pop

00:49 sec | Last month

Kylie Jenner Shows Off Baby Bump

"Jenner is showing off her new baby bump. She just shared these photos on the graham breaking the rules of fashion and all white after labor off. You guys i told you yesterday. We have never really gotten kylie content of her being pregnant because she hit. This is what i need to look on. Believable inspires me to like embrace the bumper. Just go there outfit wise. Oh sam now somebody else was like you know what i let you have. Your moments is but now it's my turn jennifer lawrence. Just drop the bomb saying she if pregnancy to yup. She confirmed it with people. This will be her first child with her hubby. Cook moroni. he's so. I saw him walking recently and i was like this is going to be so cute so here and they're cute.

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Pros & Cons of the Rode NTG-3 Shotgun Microphone

Deadset Podcasting

02:15 min | 2 months ago

Pros & Cons of the Rode NTG-3 Shotgun Microphone

"The road in tj. Three a shock. I'm mark not a traditional choice for a podcast is still my favorite mark. My voice when. I'm speaking completely in awe selection if it's just going to be may on the recording like maybe on the bubble podcast for example which is a tv podcast that. I don't like a hubby cher. That mock works. Great for that when i think about what. I'd like to san locked recorded. That mike doesn't fill me. It gets me there but there are a few issues with the mark being a super cardio. Patent mania has a very taught pickup patent in front of the microphone. Basically when those patents start to become more narrow it does open up a window at the back of the marker fine for whatever reason physics that you will sell a some re noise problems. So if you've got a holly reflective surface directly behind the mic or annoy souls like a small feign or an air conditioner on the wall directly behind the mock you will mice lockley pick up more of that san than you're expecting to and the other thing is and this is something that ryo tiger actually mentioned to me that ryo tiger from the podcast. Roundtable shukan mocks. Ken behave little bit strangely in very small rooms and i mean a very small room at the moment. This is a small bedroom. That i mean now so i don't use it in. He because when tested adding this is the smallest of ever obtaining podcasting was basically just the studio and that it does and very booming here. And i'm not sure why is just the way does marks wick. It does tend to send muddy if it's not in exactly the right place in the room. Like i could find a spot in this room but i had to three lodge catches in so unless i'm going to record standing up talking to that mike where can move around a little bit. I'm kind of limited. As to where i can actually position myself. Sorry i would bar. I shock on mike and try in your space. I if at all possible because in my opinion you're either gonna get close to the best vocal sant that you're gonna be able to get or it could be really hard to deal with

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on You Choose You Now

You Choose You Now

07:50 min | 2 months ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on You Choose You Now

"You can imagine. I'm nine months pregnant. Only ready to drought. And i've got three old seventy things. I wish i had to innovate have come out any amount of thatch Anyone who has baby will know your emotional vulnerable emotion so it should be to my coal. It helped me what. I have to give credit to emission funded by date with destiny. Now did fatiguing. But will i go out with date with destiny Six eight destiny go today. Four or five and didn't how old mission montesqieu stuff happening been crazy. The trainer inaugurate precise keilor now showtime but the control of the chair and he worked me with some stuff on give and give you never inference. Overshot abundance come back to you and i went home thinking as you talk about Aw animal avoid of the apostle snack you've had no you have doug yes. He was crying. And i'm like oh my god so what we have from our children. Just in that instance. Some being on showing up is more valuable than anything. All people asked us how school them they take every single day and around these load changes from scratch. Evident sponge nico. Today's events in try land trying to unlearn all this stuff to try and talk to geneva harder for us as adults online. We've already had rather than if we can provide this for youngsters future. J- imagine what will be like. They toss been Even hubby hubby his big thing was time. Yes company accommodate company and he worked with the time. Said he wasn't quite what it takes to pick to sometimes very long time in especially when the winner in just put it together on someone's done something Started over again so he needs to be like on time employed on me boy when he was three up. Any time We will attain this. Of course ya Yeah of course. Androulla say what they learn all this stuff on these people that'll because we have so much folks signed us so we don't we want to. I know i repressed loss. Didn't want to go back there because just not feeling. But how can we move away from. Our limiting beliefs are inherited family narratives. I'm gonna wear them so many people don't even realize this story. They keep repeat. I had a client. He was doing it so much i had. I had the same many times with me until it clicked. This is saying the same thing ever vernacular neighbor again. Wow so powerful. If i tell you what you're asking bs in our belief systems what they are. You don't understand anything. shane on. How'd you get listening to what keeps coming up in moments in nevada amendments. Will you find yourself. I was very serious. Are you'd been great. Would happen and i'd be like what someone else said right. I like how onto the running around on unlike like. Why can't i react by that. So i started to notice in me. Visited is quite sofa lead. I wanna be that this is awesome. What's just happened. Why on because we have happiness innately in us enjoy just hither piecing and thinking. Does it itself me now or is it time connected one question that we asked it then in again and again is evelyn sites is i wanna gay. People is along the lines of what is to me. Nine was why me tonight now. What you've changed it to wolf full me and the kids find this. I was like mexico about this a while. Repeat it so much to my kids continued to combine. I love it so innocent people any miracle every day's america's ics face to use it when something bad is happening but it's in those times that you have to bring the greatest awareness to your situation but your mind to taps it. Does it take practice. An is we've got to the point. Now we get most of the time where we'll go and get lost and maybe one of us is fading attention over One of us who snapped. Everyone's out of it quite extensively grapes What would we know obscene if we hadn't come this way because you'll living it daily. It comes general exact. Get out of it reading. -solutely as i said the best teachers. So what would you give to. Parents parenting children today so like cheese parents. Are this funny. Like my jump Back when you had video players so we were. We were conditioning. Kids report partitioning but my sister was a tiny In front of tv with a little v-shaped cushion porch people stick things in the shia. And then all this to christopher come up on the tv she was the first thing she did his land. We'll just she put a sound region avista. of course nothing magical came up. It was a drama series. When you allow us to hold crime she was. She was observing. She was curious. She tries out sequential. Now think national the tuitions hang with. No no is that she looking in hindsight if we could have seen what she'd done it in the reason she'd done it and seeing the bright side. The license is life in very different. They should tend to enroll people with young kids in time. People young kids getting ready to quit. The tension role is might take a couple of examples. Say boy climbs Big grassy bank. I mean for me. it's terrifying. I had a culture edition. So i tend Velvet when radium freaking on climate Happens council ten but some accounts of time. He's gone up too tall. Pick the one flower on this whole stretches place for guests in the sala. Oh i do think children will not do things that they know they do. Got did full. That had hit that ground super will pop j. Kids at once by accident David table january tiny incorruptible breadsticks. I one of the kids were gonna take ball thing. And i was like wow lace. Why would i watch. I'm just distracted. Depends on what kind of what to walk toward. He got stripped down. Seventy daddy daddy breadstick. He will save deserve breadstick. is separate stick and he had to smooth breadstick last few he would've just spilled his idea of sharon swedish screening. But we quick. I know myself because i react rather than respond. And when i guess annoy especially when i'm tied ri- rules roth Does you that ten seven. Hold and just observe if we could do that. Oh wow people forget about intentions when you go kids wake up and think can i know him Today they out with that intention so sometimes just having that grass distinct. What were they trying to do. What was their desired. Outcome will Rome changed Usually passion you did this anonymous after. I.

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His Phone, My Rival

Joseyphina's World

02:00 min | 4 months ago

His Phone, My Rival

"I remember those days when my eyes and fingers stay glued to my phone just exchanging tax with my beloved. The phone was my most valuable possession. I held onto it like a lifeline so whenever the network acted up i felt like i was drowning. Little did i know that my love lane could end up being my rival in the long run because of his busy work schedule most of our conversations were virtual and it was an acceptable alternative it was not ideal but i had to tolerate it whilst waiting patiently for the day we will start our lives together as mr and mrs the beginning was bliss. The honeymoon was just perfect. Our phones were on break and we finally had all the time in the world to connect face to face. I remember those moments like they happened yesterday. Holding onto his every spoken. Word like a respirator and never getting tired of watching his face. Mesmerized by every expression twitch arch smile or chuckle but it seems when our honeymoon ended. My hubby's phone resumed its duties as number one companion for the next three months or so. The phone was still a useful device in keeping the passion sizzling with check messages from time to time where the magic free words which never get old popping up on my phone screen at just the right time making me smile and feel all mushy like are gaining days. But when the texting began to wane so did our usual night talk's the catching up on the day's events whilst preparing dinner was replaced by he sitting in front of the tv and his fingers continuously tapping on his phone. What particularly gets to my nerves is when he simply replies. Oh it was okay. Nothing much. When i ask how his day without even lifting his head and look at me as he says it meanwhile chatting and laughing out loud when i tell him how much it bothers me. He makes me feel like the inconsiderate one job. He almost always needs to be online to keep himself up to date with the world's happenings year right. The world news is more important than his wife's feelings and though whatever belongs to one is for the other as well. Apparently that doesn't apply to his phone.

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:01 min | 9 months ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

"Depressed. You depress me a little bit with this. i'm here it's not good news. Well then let me let me brighten it. Can we just brighten up before. We thank some more people and just move away from this sadness. Go i love your been brittany of the sake era. Far regular briefings are great but there have been a few times where the white house seem to to step in it brian. It's been really refreshing to have briefings everyday into even know who the senior officials talking biden are. We were not getting than any of the trump years especially in those days of the mcenany briefings and it is refreshing. I do kind of put it towards like having a really bad ex boyfriend. We were getting essentially abused by kaley for so long or at least she was calling us fake news and inciting her followers and followers of the president to only harass online but obviously go to deadly ends. I on people with death threats. Now we have jen and the entire biden team. It's very refreshing. But it's important to remember that the bar has literally been left on the floor and just being able to show up and clear. It isn't enough. That's just the setup. Here's the payoff of that. Great new spokes hole for the white house. She's doing a great job. This one's for you johnny ball. We'll have to circle back on that one. That's an excellent question. I don't have any information on it in front of me. It's an excellent question. His an excellent excellent questions. Those are excellent questions. Such a good question. That's a good question. This is a good question. This is a good question which is a very good question. It's a great question and that sounds like a great question. That's a great question This is a great question. It's a great question katie. That's a great question. It's a great question. It is very important question. It's a really important question important question. It's an interesting question. We all love the mailman. Male woman a popular. 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"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:01 min | 9 months ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

"You depress me a little bit with this. i'm here it's not good news. Well then let me let me brighten it. Can we just brighten up before we thank some more people and just move away from this sadness go. I'd love your been brittany. The sake era far regular briefings are great but there have been a few times where the white house seem to to step in it brian. It's been really refreshing to have briefings everyday into even know who the senior officials talking biden are. We were not getting than any of the trump years especially in those days of the mcenany briefings and it is refreshing. I do kind of put it towards like having a really bad ex boyfriend. We were getting essentially abused by kaley for so long or at least she was calling us fake news and inciting her followers and followers of the president to only harass online but obviously go to deadly ends. I on people with death threats. Now we have jen and the entire biden team. It's very refreshing. But it's important to remember that the bar has literally been left on the floor and just being able to show up and clear. It isn't enough. That's just the setup. Here's the payoff of that. Great new spokes hole for the white house. She's doing a great job. This one's for you johnny ball. We'll have to circle back on that one. That's an excellent question. I don't have any information on it in front of me. It's an excellent question. His an excellent excellent questions. Those are excellent questions. Such a good question. That's a good question. This is a good question. This is a good question which is a very good question. It's a great question and that sounds like a great question. That's a great question This is a great question. It's a great question katie. That's a great question. It's a great question. It is very important question. It's a really important question important question. It's an interesting question. We all love the mailman. Male woman a popular. Good question And I on That's a summary. A summary is reasonable but for sure none of those were great questions to show us old. Donate to know agenda. Imagine all the people who could do be fab in fact we have a few people to thank for show. Thirteen twenty indeed. Remove along philip. Lions smith at the top of the list from oakville ontario canada. One thirty three thirty three. No they had oaks up there usually Towns with the name oak in the town. Name like oakland or towns filled with oaks or like seven oaks in the united kingdom which only has six well most of the oakland oakland gone. They ripped them out. Yes only maria cole. One hundred and two dollars in levinson. She's Needs to deducing spent do got a birthday coming up. We got around the list. Rob van dyke andre dollar blam of georgia and sugary sugar. Hill georgia. a eight busy guy. He's got some note. I oh yeah okay this. I heard john's comment about stormy being a great stripper name. I actually dated a girl named stormy that eventually worked as a stripper a but went onstage by the name of lisa. No way long as that. I think are skip. Logic is spring hill tennessee. Sixty six thirty three philip sanders in ewing new jersey. Six twenty one eleven and his birthday. List sarah sarah cole. Gar in spring branch texas fifty five dot fifty five This is the first hot hubby jacob for his birthday. Barron bob of high point north carolina fifty five thirty two and crowd sang in kongsberg norway. I'm sure is for us differently. Also birthday call out and he boyfriend needs to deduce you. We got that you've been deep. Do that's steve sprague in kennewick washington. Fifty this shortlist today has affected very short donation Day for us offer thursday. Especially but here's fifty dollar donors name and location. Starting with steve sprague in kennewick washington sir hamish to the piedmont province in mooresville north carolina. Sir donald winkler in berlin deutschland. I got a birthday call for somebody jesse hall in friends woods. Texas chrissy schmidt and saint francis wisconsin gerald howard in montclair new jersey. And don's on the list steven schumacher in xenia. Ohio rush and toshka off in london. Uk rebecca peckham in atlanta georgia. Kimberly redmond in toronto ontario robert de caen. Sir robert fairfax virginia alba dandridge in charleston south carolina. Just read this for second. Because i think that the this came in late for the cutoff alba says. I know this email late here. We go to make the ocho seven show. But i want to wish my beloved husband. Kevin dandridge a happy birthday on monday. The eighth happy birthday my love the fifty dollars to fifty bucks cut bucks and does not reflect his age but almost as i decided donating a couple bucks extra to no agenda. He's a loyal listener. Has been so since two thousand nine. I also became one by osmosis. And lately i've been following no agenda post on telegram. 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"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

06:58 min | 9 months ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

"Depressed. You depress me a little bit with this. i'm here it's not good news. Well then let me let me brighten it. Can we just brighten up before. We thank some more people and just move away from this sadness. Go love your. That's been brittany of the sake era. Far regular briefings are great but there have been a few times where the white house seem to to step in it brian. It's been really refreshing to have briefings everyday into even know who the senior officials talking biden are. We were not getting than any of the trump years especially in those days of the mcenany briefings and it is refreshing. I do kind of put it towards like having a really bad ex boyfriend. We were getting essentially abused by kaley for so long or at least she was calling us fake news and inciting her followers and followers of the president to only harass online but obviously go to deadly ends. I on people with death threats. Now we have jen and the entire biden team. It's very refreshing. But it's important to remember that the bar has literally been left on the floor and just being able to show up and clear. It isn't enough. That's just the setup. Here's the payoff of that. Great new spokes hole for the white house. She's doing a great job. This one's for you johnny ball. We'll have to circle back on that one. That's an excellent question. I don't have any information on it in front of me. It's an excellent question. His an excellent excellent questions. Those are excellent questions. Such a good question good question. This is a good question. Obviously this is a good question which is a very good question. It's a great question and that sounds like a great question. that's a great question This is a great question. It's a great question katie. That's a great question. It's a great question. It is very important question. It's a really important question important question. It's an interesting question. We all love the mailman. Male woman a popular. Good question And I on That's a summary summaries reasonable but for sure. None of those are great questions to show us old. Donate to know agenda. Imagine all the people who could do be fab in fact we have a few people to thank for show. Thirteen twenty indeed move along philip. Lions smith at the top of the list from oakville ontario canada. One thirty three thirty three. No they had oaks up. There usually towns with the name oak in the town name like oakland or towns filled with oaks or like seven oaks in the united kingdom which only has six well most of the oakland oakland gone. They read them out. Yes only maria cole. One hundred dollars in levinson. she's Needs to deducing you've been you've got a birthday coming up. We got around the list. Rob van dyke. Andre dollar blam earl of georgia sugary sugar hill georgia. A eight busy guy. He's got some note to. Oh yeah okay this. I heard john's comment about stormy being a great stripper name. I actually dated a girl named stormy that eventually worked as a stripper but went onstage by the name of lisa. No way long as that. That's what i think sir. Skip logic is spring hill tennessee. Sixty six thirty three philip sanders in ewing new jersey. Six to one eleven and his birthday. List sarah sarah co gar in spring branch texas fifty five dot fifty five This is the first hot hubby jacob for his birthday. Barron bob of high point north carolina fifty five thirty two and crowd sang in kongsberg norway. I'm sure is for us differently. Also birthday call out and he Boyfriend needs to deduce you. We got that you've been deep -duced. That's steve sprague in kennewick washington. Fifty this shortlist today is affected very short donation Day for us for thursday especially. But here's fifty dollar donors name and location. Starting with steve sprague in kennewick washington. Sir hamish to the piedmont province in mooresville north carolina. Sir donald winkler in berlin deutschland. I got a birthday call for somebody jesse hall and friends woods. Texas chrissy schmidt and saint francis wisconsin gerald howard in montclair new jersey. And don's on the list steven schumacher in xenia. Ohio rush and toshka off in london. Uk rebecca peckham in atlanta georgia. Kimberly redmond in toronto ontario robert de caen. Sir robert in fairfax virginia alba dandridge in charleston south carolina. Just read this for second. Because i think that the this came in late for the cutoff alba says. I know this email late here. We go to make the ocho seven show. But i want to wish my beloved husband. Kevin dandridge a birthday on monday. The eighth happy birthday my love the fifty dollars to fifty bucks cut bucks and does not reflect his age but almost as i decided donating a couple bucks extra to no agenda. He's a loyal listener. Has been so since two thousand nine. I also became one by osmosis. And lately i've been following no agenda post on telegram. 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"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:01 min | 9 months ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

"Depressed. You depress me a little bit with this. i'm here it's not good news. Well then let me let me brighten it. Can we just brighten up before. We thank some more people and just move away from this sadness. Go love your. That's been brittany of the sake era. Far regular briefings are great but there have been a few times where the white house seem to to step in it brian. It's been really refreshing to have briefings everyday into even know who the senior officials talking biden are. We were not getting than any of the trump years especially in those days of the mcenany briefings and it is refreshing. I do kind of put it towards like having a really bad ex boyfriend. We were getting essentially abused by kaley for so long or at least she was calling us fake news and inciting her followers and followers of the president to only harass online but obviously go to deadly ends. I on people with death threats. Now we have jen and the entire biden team. It's very refreshing. But it's important to remember that the bar has literally been left on the floor and just being able to show up and clear. It isn't enough. That's just the setup. Here's the payoff of that. Great new spokes hole for the white house. She's doing a great job. This one's for you johnny ball. We'll have to circle back on that one. That's an excellent question. I don't have any information on it in front of me. It's an excellent question. His an excellent excellent questions. Those are excellent questions. Such a good question good question. This is a good question. Obviously this is a good question which is a very good question. It's a great question and that sounds like a great question. that's a great question This is a great question. It's a great question katie. That's a great question. It's a great question. It is very important question. It's a really important question important question. It's an interesting question. We all love the mailman. Male woman a popular. Good question And I on That's a summary summaries reasonable but for sure. None of those are great questions to show us old. Donate to know agenda. Imagine all the people who could do be fab fact. We have a few people to thank for show. Thirteen twenty indeed move along philip. Lions smith at top of the list from oakville ontario canada. One thirty three thirty three no. They had oaks up there. Usually towns with the name oak in the town name like oakland or towns filled with oaks or like in the united kingdom which only has six. Well most of the oakland oakland gone. They read them out. Yes only maria cole. One hundred dollars in levinson. she's Needs to deducing you've been you've got a birthday coming up. We got around the list. Rob van dyke. Andre dollar blam earl of georgia and sugary sugar hill georgia. A eight busy guy. He's got some note to. Oh god this. I heard john's comment about stormy being a great stripper name. I actually dated a girl named stormy that eventually worked as a stripper a but went onstage by the name of lisa. No way long as that. That's what i think sir. Skip logic is spring hill tennessee. Sixty six thirty three philip sanders in ewing new jersey. Six twenty one eleven and his birthday. List sarah sarah cole. Gar in spring branch texas fifty five dot fifty five This is the first in hot hubby jacob for his birthday. Barron bob of high point. North carolina fifty five thirty two and crowd sang in kongsberg norway. I'm sure is for us differently. Also birthday call out and he boyfriend needs to deduce you. We got that you've been deep. Do that's steve sprague in kennewick washington. Fifty this shortlist today. Very short donation Day for us offer thursday especially. But here's fifty dollar donors name and location. Starting with steve sprague in kennewick washington. Sir hamish the piedmont province in mooresville north carolina. Sir donald winkler in berlin deutschland. I got a birthday call for somebody jesse hall in friends woods. Texas chrissy schmidt and saint francis wisconsin gerald howard in montclair new jersey. And don's on the list steven schumacher in xenia. Ohio rush and toshka off in london. Uk rebecca peckham in atlanta georgia. Kimberly redmond in toronto ontario robert de caen. Sir robert fairfax virginia alba dandridge in charleston south carolina. Just read this for second. Because i think that the this came in late for the cutoff alba says. I know this email late here. We go to make the ocho seven show. But i want to wish my beloved husband. Kevin dandridge a birthday on monday. The eighth happy birthday my love the fifty dollars to fifty bucks cut bucks and does not reflect his age but almost as i decided donating a couple bucks extra to no agenda. He's a loyal listener. Has been so since two thousand nine. I also became one by osmosis. And lately i've been following no agenda post on telegram. We truly appreciate the work in time. Y'all dedicates no agenda. So please keep it strong. Thank you very much album very sweet that you do that for your hubby hubby interesting. Jonathan fares in liberal. Kansas continues fifty dollars donation listed along with michael hainer in paris. California paris's jason sir jason delusion chatsworth pennsylvania and last but not. Least dean powell. A scene in evansville indiana. These folks are making show thirteen twenty a possibility and thank you success. Yes guess what all of you do these producers producers who do what they can also people who have produced under fifty dollars many for anonymity and a lot of you're just on whatever you can whatever value you can put out which you know we've got great subscriptions many ways to support the show. There's really always a way for someone to support with your time. Your towns where your treasure if you'd like to to.

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

06:58 min | 9 months ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on No Agenda

"Depressed. You depress me a little bit with this. i'm here it's not good news. Well then let me let me brighten it. Can we just brighten up before we thank some more people and just move away from this sadness go. I'd love your been brittany. The sake era far regular briefings are great but there have been a few times where the white house seem to to step in it brian. It's been really refreshing to have briefings everyday into even know who the senior officials talking biden are. We were not getting than any of the trump years especially in those days of the mcenany briefings and it is refreshing. I do kind of put it towards like having a really bad ex boyfriend. We were getting essentially abused by kaley for so long or at least she was calling us fake news and inciting her followers and followers of the president to only harass online but obviously go to deadly ends. I on people with death threats. Now we have jen and the entire biden team. It's very refreshing. But it's important to remember that the bar has literally been left on the floor and just being able to show up and clear. It isn't enough. That's just the setup. Here's the payoff of that. Great new spokes hole for the white house. She's doing a great job. This one's for you johnny ball. We'll have to circle back on that one. That's an excellent question. I don't have any information on it in front of me. It's an excellent question. His an excellent excellent questions. Those are excellent questions. Such a good question. That's a good question. This is a good question. Obviously this is a good question which is a very good question. It's a great question and that sounds like a great question. that's a great question This is a great question. It's a great question katie. That's a great question. It's a great question. It is very important question. It's a really important question important question. It's an interesting question. We all love the mailman. Male woman a popular. Good question And I That's a summary. A summary is reasonable but for sure none of those were great questions to show us old. Donate to know agenda. Imagine all the people who could do be fab in fact we have a few people to thank for show. Thirteen twenty indeed. Remove along philip. Lions smith at the top of the list from oakville ontario canada. One thirty three thirty three. No they had oaks up. There usually do towns with the name oak in the town. Name like oakland or towns filled with oaks or like seven oaks in the united kingdom which only has six well most of the oakland oakland gone. They read them out. Yes only maria cole. One hundred and two dollars in levinson. She's needs to deducing. You've been you've got a birthday coming up. We got around the list. Rob van dyke andre dollar blam of georgia and sugary sugar. Hill georgia. a eight busy guy. He's got some note. I oh yeah okay this. I heard john's comment about stormy being a great stripper name. I actually dated a girl named stormy that eventually worked as a stripper a but went onstage by the name of lisa. No way long as that. That's what i think sir. Skip logic is spring hill tennessee. Sixty six thirty three philip sanders in ewing new jersey. Six twenty one eleven and his birthday. List sarah sarah cole. Gar in spring branch texas fifty five dot fifty five This is the first hot hubby jacob for his birthday. Barron bob of high point north carolina fifty five thirty two and crowd sang in kongsberg norway. I'm sure is for us differently. Also birthday call out and he boyfriend needs to deduce you. We got that you've been deep. Do that's steve sprague in kennewick washington. Fifty this shortlist today. Very short donation Day for us for thursday especially. But here's fifty dollar donors name and location. Starting with steve sprague in kennewick washington. Sir hamish to the piedmont province in mooresville north carolina. Sir donald winkler in berlin deutschland. I got a birthday call for somebody jesse hall and friends woods. Texas chrissy schmidt and saint francis wisconsin gerald howard in montclair new jersey. And don's on the list steven schumacher in xenia. Ohio rush and toshka off in london. Uk rebecca peckham in atlanta georgia. Kimberly redmond in toronto ontario robert de caen. Sir robert fairfax virginia alba dandridge in charleston south carolina. Just read this for second. Because i think that the this came in late for the cutoff alba says. I know this email late here. We go to make the ocho seven show. But i want to wish my beloved husband. Kevin dandridge a happy birthday on monday. The eighth happy birthday my love the fifty dollars to fifty bucks cut bucks and does not reflect his age but almost as i decided donating a couple bucks extra to no agenda. He's a loyal listener. Has been so since two thousand nine. I also became one by osmosis. And lately i've been following no agenda post on telegram. We truly appreciate the work in time. You'll dedicates no agenda so please keep it strong. Thank you very much album very sweet that you do that for your hubby hubby interesting. Jonathan fares in liberal. Kansas continues fifty dollars donation listed along with michael hainer in paris. California paris's jason sir jason delusion chatsworth pennsylvania and last but not least dean powell gene in evansville indiana on. These folks are making show thirteen twenty a possibility and thank you success. Yes guess what all of you do these producers producers who do what they can also people who have produced under fifty dollars many for anonymity and a lot of you're just on whatever you can whatever value you can put out. Which is you know. We've got great subscriptions many ways to support the show. There's really always a way for someone to support with your time. Your towns are your treasure if you'd like to to.

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Choose Your Family Wisely

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:28 min | 10 months ago

Choose Your Family Wisely

"So this episode inspired by john. Laura who suggested that we dig deeper into a season one episode. We're looking at life priorities. So so this goes out to. John mara thank you john. Maura asked us a few questions in terms to dig a little deeper and the one that really stood out was like why do you have to choose your family in france. And how do you do with the backlash of choosing one or the other and we thought we we dig a little deeper into that with this topic and hobby. Yeah so we came up with that the ability to choose who you surround yourself with hoop which family which friend is around with. That's important you know and to why is it important. Well what's important is that you have the ability to choose many people. They they let other people choose for them you know. They're just going about their like you know. They want to coast through life without making decisions. They want other people to make decisions for them. But you know we we were twenty years ago. That's that was all man. You know what. I am the first one to be. You know when you give him to peer pressure and then certain people after a while people start categorizing all your this type of person. You're that type of person and then you start believing. Would other people say about you. Exactly how remember like in high school way back. We were like we're like social being just like regular people we want to belong right. I remember in high school I'll be the first one to say. Just like you hubby off by something all the leaders until they follow the neater but the important part is that that that we are the part that we want to share his. We have to recognize that relationships right. How you who you surround yourself with who you choose to build relationships with and julia choose to follow either. You're the follower your leader and unfortunately there's a lot of followers out there. When i was in high school. I remember my dad would tell me the gear on not recognize so for those. That don't know spanish. It's like tell me who you hang out with. And i'll tell you who you are you know and i saw my dad. You know. it's not my friends. It's me you know like i will go out with some friends and come home late or whatever it was i mean yeah i mean it's easy to look back and say like oh man you know i was wrong right there but we live forward. You know so a lot of people during that time like you know. Just go with the flow a lot of times. It's like oh let's do this. Let's do that. Let's do it and they're like this. There's times when when you need to be a follower and they're censoring. You need to be a leader because you're not born leader. I mean li leaders in leadership. Think those are qualities that you learn throughout life and And being a follower you're thinking and you're looking and you're observing you know who you're following you know and what you're learning from them And you know when you're in high school in your early twenties. Well you know you're you're still learning Still learning about life. You're learning how to reopen and early early early early. Eight seventeen sixteen folks. It's thirty s thing. I mean it's it's it's a process it's alive process you know and You know going back to To the original question you know. Why is it so hard. I think part of it is it might be are familial background might be our background going up wherever we grew up Because there might have been you know certain social normative where we grew up. you know. it's like you're only going to be this. You know you can only aspire to be that or you know what this is what your grandfather did. This is what your father did. So this is what you're gonna do. you know. I think that plays a part in it but once again there's gonna come a point in time when you had to put on the big boy pants and make a decision for yourself because ultimately you're no longer making a decision for yourself. You might be making decision for you and your partner for new and your and your family your kids or your your aging parents or your business you know and i think you know like i said that's a that's a process right there and how do you. How do you go about learning that process. Know we all mentioned you know. And i'm gonna mess him now mean i was. You know i was nowhere near leader. You know in my teens or twenties and i'll admit that because i was still learning. I was fumbling all over the place. Hell into my thirties. I was fumbling all over the place you know and but lisa was conscious and aware that and i was aware to know that i'm messing up not really anywhere until later on in life when i said okay you know. Now it's time to really focus

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Did Kim Kardashian Vote for Hubby Kanye West

Daily Pop

02:51 min | 1 year ago

Did Kim Kardashian Vote for Hubby Kanye West

"Okay. Shila vans whose day that late last night. A little bit watching the election little hands up a little later than usual for it but at the same time This is going to be going all day all night. Maybe another day or two. So i'm gonna go sleep. I'm not really into american. horror story. Never watched any of the season. So i didn't really jump on this one described it. Well writing it feels like the whole country is on maury waiting to find out his father all set off. Jimmy kimmel tweeted. This is like being awake during your own. Surgery isn't just watching everything happened. Of course we definitely want to know who won the election but our other big question here on daily pop. Did kim kardashian. west vote for cognac. That's what we want to know. So we all know the con- you voted for himself. We re he wrote his name on the ballot when he cast his vote in wyoming and even showed us on twitter. but what about. Kim what do you guys bake. Did she vote for her husband. She's in calabasas at right now. What bali talking about. Well i don't think she did. But i don't think she would tell konya. I don't think she did either. I don't i think that i. Actually you know what. I know if somebody said kim before for i would have no idea honest right. I don't know so. But i don't think it's gone. Yeah i definitely think it's one of the two main contenders for sure. But how do you tell your husband who wants to be president. I'm going gonna vote for you. I think she's told them. I mean all back into the archives and you look at the past few seasons of keeping crashing you remember at met gala when he thought her dress was too sexy and she was like. I am not on your journey. This is not my journey here. Tanya and in the reports came out later on when he did announce that he was running for president that she didn't support it. She didn't publicly support him. She didn't come out and said my husband running. I can't wait to see this. I think she pulled out the. This is not my journey. Pallet w beauty honey. That's how i feel too if she would have been supporting and we would have gotten an instagram or some sort of way of telling us that she is all for him and she never did that. She kept quiet. She quietly reports sources said that she supported him and what he wanted to do and is very well aware of his political aspirations but has not publicly said anything and i think until the time comes that she's publicly supporting him Supporting them in private either. I don't think she's supporting him politically. I think she supported him as a loving doting wife. She's been there through a lot for him. I think that's where it ends. I think she also probably says honey. I love you. But i don't think that the presidency is for you. I definitely think that they have that open dialogue. Like a. that's what you're supposed to do with your man. You're supposed to tell about his weaknesses when he's going to bar.

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Did Kim vote for Kanye?

Daily Pop

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Did Kim vote for Kanye?

"Did kim kardashian. west vote for cognac. That's what we want to know. So we all know the con- you voted for himself. We re he wrote his name on the ballot when he cast his vote in wyoming and even showed us on twitter. but what about. Kim what do you guys bake. Did she vote for her husband. She's in calabasas at right now. What bali talking about. Well i don't think she did. But i don't think she would tell konya. I don't think she did either. I don't i think that i. Actually you know what. I know if somebody said kim before for i would have no idea honest right. I don't know so. But i don't think it's gone. Yeah i definitely think it's one of the two main contenders for sure.

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Life in Front of the Lens

This Week in Photo

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Life in Front of the Lens

"Hey. Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo I'm your host, Fredericton Johnson. Today. On this interview I'm talking with Mal, reilly jade about well first of all, she's written a book called in front of the lands in it. Sort of goes into the the world of a model in front of the Lens and some important tips and tricks on how we as photographers behind the lens can have a more successful relationship that results in great photos. So she's put that together. So I thought it would. Be Great to have a discussion about that and talk about it. You know what are the pluses? What are the minuses where the landmines for photographers that are looking to get into this genre photography? You know shooting models and it's it's it could be a minefield especially in these days with the metoo movement and all that a lot of photographers a move into this genre, but don't for fear of doing or saying the wrong thing. So Riley is here to help us hopefully not step on any landmine. They. Well, welcome to the show how are you doing and get. Thank you. Thanks for having me on here. Yeah. Yeah I'm excited to dive into this topic. This is like I said a little intro there. This is obviously an important topic and photographers deb you look at all these gorgeous images of beautiful women in magazines and online etcetera and they dream of one day shooting like that. You know. But the hurdle to get to that as a where do you find people? You know there's a lot of amateur models but not a whole lot of professional models that that that know how to pose I wanNA talk about that, and then also some of the. Pitfalls that photographers should avoid win trying to shoot this kind of genre. So let's let's start with just a little bit of history on you. So Riley Jade, who are you in where are you from and what brought you to this world of modeling? Yes I must trillion. And side muddling about eight years ago Mazda Uni and I just did as a hubby about full years and then I started to get into more paid work and yeah when Kobe not happening I'm traveling around and around the world. Shooting which I absolutely love. So Yan and obviously during lockdown I was stuck in one place so I decided to put. Together. And how's it going? How's it going so far? Yeah. It's honestly going so much better than I expected. I hit one hundred styles not long ago and I had so much amazing feedback which is what's really important. So yeah, really scared we'll let let's to help get the word out about it because I think it's like I said I think it's a really important topic for photographers to sort of understand how to move into that genre. So let let's talk about that a little bit. So you've been photographed many many many times you've worked with many many many photographers of all skill levels I'm sure. Out of all the people you've work with what are some of the some of the traits of the more successful photographers out there you know is it is it become Organi, their assertive or their collaborative would you feel the trade of the successful photographer? Say like the key to any successful she is communication and respect you know if you've got those two nil been, you're gonNA have a great shoot. Definitely. You said being a collaborative if it. You know no matter. Even if they took the race specific idea still including the models ideas hiring mannequin you hiring a person with ideas and experiences the IT'd be a waste not to you that. So definitely, like communication respect and having that sort of teen collaborative approach to shoot is key. Yeah and then that what does that collaboration look like? There's like you know when when the photographer first contacts you and says, Hey, you know that. Is it. That, they know what they want and they allow you to input your thoughts into what the the final shot is going to be or. Does it manifest differently. Ya. Think it depends on the type of you know if it's T.F. p. then it's obviously the models ideas really needs to be included. But you know if a photographer contact me for a page with a specific idea that collision comes in the fact that they still they get my agree I agree to those ideas really communicate them well. Is that okay with you excetera. So that's just not a big. Information Dump on me, it's back and forth communication like agree with that. And then we get to the shoot. Odd Do you have any ideas to add to this exemption it just really makes for a more enjoyable experience everyone and great sheets. Great shots. So yeah. Yeah. It should be fun. Right at the end of the day is should be doing a shoot should be you're having a good time you know it's work obviously, but it shouldn't be stressful or shouldn't be attitudes on set in that kind of thing if you had that kind of thing happened where you in the photographer. Just didn't gel in the final shots reflected. I get along with very much. But I think. The issue is when people micromanage. That sort of when it. makes it a bit hard. You know they don't give me a chance to even post it all this a movie hand up here and there, and so I think it's important just to you know you're hiring someone with experience and you know who knows what they're doing. So give them a chance to show you that anticipate of show the you this skills setting micromanaging is when it does kill shoot a bit.

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Conquering the Survival Mode of Motherhood with Jennifer Blossom

Babes and Babies

06:42 min | 1 year ago

Conquering the Survival Mode of Motherhood with Jennifer Blossom

"I. Do I mean even now? I. Mean I've only. been a mom for a very short period of time but I'm already feeling that message of I have to do it all and and I know that that's You know there's I think some sort of like it's supposed to be this empowering thing of like Oh we're women we can do it all but it's like, what are we supposed to because when you're trying to wear every single hat which has mons, you do have to juggle a lot but that's What creates? The problems like you were having an extreme life imbalance that was causing this anxiety of trying to do it all. So it's like, how do you navigate that? Exactly. Exactly. Well, my very first message for MOMS that we have to first identify it like we cannot change anything until we I recognize what that problem is and so that's conversations are so important because society and culture in the message of Modern Day Motherhood. Is telling us like we were saying to do other things balancing the things and and banks to social media like it's rain does however like we are always inundated with what? Seems like everybody's highlight reel, right like all the moms doing all the things perfectly, and we can't measure up and so it's really having those blinders on and knowing that what's most important to you and to your family and really starting starting in your mind and then filtering down to creating those healthy habits that are going to support you in your Motherhood Journey of what's most important for you and for your family in this currencies. So do you recommend a gas creating? So I. Guess we'll just take me for example, because I'm new at those like. Creating these habits. So it's like I'm starting from nothing and I'm all of a sudden handed this child that they're like, Hey, take this kid home and keep it alive and. You know your mom now what it's still just like crazy how they don't make you take a course before. Brian for before bringing on kid home and You know. So there is this initial. I'm just trying to survive right now mode. So. How do I start to create? I guess good habits or not. Let myself be completely depleted when I'm only a couple of weeks in to this. Right, we'll go I got a credit youtube you're doing so amazing and I feel like as MOMS whether we are brand new moms are we just added a new child or like for all of us right in the middle of Kobe? Always knew balls throwing our weight and I do like throughout our motherhood. We are always in in like redefining different seasons and so for you Elizabeth and for all of our listeners tweet today I, we have to address the mindset and so this really is about number one casting the vision for your life casting the vision for your Hud, and that sounds like super. We rahm like it's so so important because when we have that vision for your life and even for this current season of your motherhood that's going to help determine like what? Steps to take for because if you don't have that final or end destination in mind like how do you know what you're walking and working towards and so for you and this currencies and it's not about getting there as fast as you can to the end, it's about learning where you're aiming towards and then just showing up every day taking one step forward and so for you looking at okay. What kind of mom do I WANNA BE? What kind of mom I wanNA show up as what's important to me? What's meaningful for my family? How? Are these values that I want to bring to the table and when you can sit down and really stink about that and think about how you WANNA show up for yourself and how you WANNA show up for your child and not looking at you know other people on what they're doing but really going inwards instead of looking outwards determining knows values for you and for your life. That's our very first step in getting out of this survival mode Doing, everything at once it's just getting quiet and still going inwards and learning. Okay. What's what's valuable for me what? What what what, and how do I WANNA show up as and then once we determine that then we start to build out those habits and strategies. That are going to help support you and support your mission which begin totally get into as well. Yeah. For sure. Well, I guess like so right now the thing. I'm probably most struggling with is. This beautiful little girl is completely reliant on me and I was we were in bed last night and my husband and I were just holding hands and I was like mayhem like I love our daughters so so much but I already miss a part of us. Like it's only been a couple of weeks and it's like man I. Miss like. Just. Being able to connect with my husband because he works long hours and he comes home and he's tired and I'm tired and you know you can't really be intimate right after having a baby and there's Like trying to find even that balance of how do I even be a wife right now because I'm figuring out how to be a mom and I'm already feeling guilty. Right right. Well, what's so important in this this is going to shift like throughout every season motherhood is like determining those priorities in your life right so you have that vision now it's all about, okay. What are those priorities? What are those essential? So obviously like our marriage because of we make if we make everything in our life and everything and Your Motherhood, right now a priority nothing really is a priority. So so things that. Maybe, we're a party like pre kid don't have a room at your party table right now. So it's really about looking at. Okay. What's important? What's meaningful for us right now our family boom our marriage. Okay. So what are some healthy boundaries that we can put into place? So we know that we are being intentional with our marriage because marriage is one of those things I feel like once you have kids, you have two choices like. Pre kids are like, no kids at all like with your marriage like you can either grow together or you can grow apart in. So Elizabeth like you feeling that with your Hubby in. Embedded it's like, okay like what a we need to do to protect this marriage because I feel like that's one of the biggest struggles for so many moms is that we get so busy doing motherhood and so busy between mom life that are marriage gets pushed to the back burner, and then we look up in eighteen years now and it's like we don't even know who are husband is anymore, and so it's really about taking those unintentional moments in our day and in our in our lives to. figure out how can we carve out that time to connect together

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Does Physical Activity Increase Life Expectancy?

Dr. Lee Yardley

04:06 min | 1 year ago

Does Physical Activity Increase Life Expectancy?

"Done of 11,000 Canadians over a period of 12 years. Divided these 11,000 people into five groups. Okay. First group are underweight underway Second group when Homo group were overweight, OK, Fourth group were obese, and the fifth group were morbidly obese, right? Now. The study includes statistical adjustments for sex, age, smoking, physical activity, alcohol assumption and similar things and they're the goal and what they did was they isolated this to the relationship between what's called a body mass index, hubby, Am I and the mortality In other words, they wait and how long they lived. The results were. The conclusions were That if you were underweight that had the greatest reduction in your longevity really way. So if you were underweight, you live the shortest length of time the M I of less than 18.5%. Yes, you system astounded by that. Keep going. Isn't it amazing? The second group that sustained the greatest loss in terms of longevity was the morbidly obese, which probably doesn't surprise you that that's very logic. What was amazing in the study? What was surprising was the other three groups normal, overweight and obese. All had the same longevity really did not change. Okay? So certainly wrong in the 1st 1 frank fake, So let's go to the next one. What about exercise? That is a lot of scientific literature out there that's really trying desperately to document the longevity promoting benefits of exercise. Assigns supporting. It is tenuous. At best it is. It is OK. Based on all of the statistical evidence most of us are going to make it soar about 80 to 90 anyway, regardless of our weight, regardless of our level of exercise. Oh, you mean you mean exercising a lot every day, doesn't it? Extend your life. Not at all. Not at least not based on this current studies. We have nothing to support that does exercise. Help it all. We're going to talk about that in a moment. Okay, So if this is the case, then Frank, why not lean back on a couch? Suck on a dairy queen Blizzard, eat some rocky road and watched a great movie. You know, Life is good life, right? I live and I have my way of lengthening my life. I'm excited, Well, not so far. So if you have to fly, let's say 13 hour flight like I sometimes do to go down to Australia and New Zealand, you gotta have the pleasant experience of sleeping 13 hours in economy. Maybe a little seat. Or would you rather be up in first class in your own cubicle? Sleeping horizontal? I mean, let's face it, you end up in the same place at the same time, I'd rather be horizontal. Thank you. The difference is the quality of the journey. Exactly. So it is with your time between now and when you turn 85 it is the quality of the journey. It's the quality of your life between now and then. Much like traveling in first class, though there's a price came and planning that is necessary. Now, how does this tie in to help me tie this into the Yardley Institute and what you do, aligning the brain and body connection? Restoring well, our destination is a full gone conclusion. Sure, The quality of the journey, however, is not Right, Being overweight sets you up for a litany of health problems, cardiovascular disease and so on. And so on. Knees go out. Hips need replacement all the fit tight diabetes, all that stuff exactly. But if you exercise on a regular basis, you actually put off the fragility that is thie inevitable Progress of ages. Sure, that makes perfect sense, too. So we all really have a choice. When we take a look at it. You could sit back and do nothing. You can wait for something to go wrong, and it will go wrong and then you'll patch it up and you'll live with the permanent damage that comes with it and wait for the next thing to go. You know, it's that you contrive the car badly, and every time you hit something, have it repaired. Not going to get a new car and it's just gradually. You're just want fixing one thing after another. Sure that's exactly right. Or you can make a different choice. You could be proactive. You can get you control systems and communications systems checked out corrected if they need to be, And in so doing, you can ensure a much better quality of life. Well, then we better

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'Heroic' hubby punches shark to save wife in Australian shark attack

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

'Heroic' hubby punches shark to save wife in Australian shark attack

"Quick thinking off the coast of eastern Australia, where a woman was attacked by a great white shark, a friend reportedly playing a big role in saving the 35 year old woman after her companion. Repeatedly punched the 10 foot shark before it let her go. Paramedics were called to the beach after she was attacked while surfing, Fox says Crista Mayo. The woman was airlifted to a hospital with serious leg injuries in Australian waters. This year, there have been five fatal shark attacks that's higher than the country's average three

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The Conjuring - The Haunting of the Perron Family

Ghostly

06:57 min | 1 year ago

The Conjuring - The Haunting of the Perron Family

"Welcome to ghostly was the parent family home haunting as always. We're your host. I'm PAT and I'm Rebecca ghostly as a podcast that examines. It goes story from all angles. We go over the history in various evidence of the ghost story. Then we let you the listener decide if it's real or not. Today's episode is going to be huge but We do have business to cover before we get to the episode. So Rebecca. Do we have any listener mail? Of course we do. I WANNA hear it. Okay okay. How's Your Week Bennett? Are You doing okay? I am virus free right now. Okay so all probably I probably have some virus but not the virus. Gotcha I just wanted to check in do you not that I know of. I keep checking my temperature though just to be sure. Like how often are you checking your temperature? Well I guess I checked it earlier this week. 'cause I had like a scare moment but that was wait scare moments like I felt flush for some reason and so then I went and I took my temperature and it was Way Ninety eight point six normal. I was like ninety seven point nine or something like that. So you're dying right so you're pretty much you're becoming beyond debt. I think so. Wow that is not the podcast for this now. They are walking dead walking dead podcasts. Which if any of our listeners. Listen to walking dead just in case you don't know Patna also do walking advant cast which is me. Find that weirdly appropriate right now They can find it anywhere. They find. Good podcasts It's just searched. The walking dead podcast. Dv M. p. e. 'cause that's the network the network the D. vm production. And all right. Okay here we go. This is another listener mail. Ghostly society facebook group so if you haven't joined this is the time just ghostly sleep society on facebook and I join you know. It's it's a lot of fun there. I mean seriously I enjoy seeing other people like interact on these same topics and use the same critical thinking that we've been going over. Yes 'cause they'll be like. Hey this is something happened to me. What do you guys think? And then people kind of debate it. It's well I'm I'm especially proud of the moments when people are like you know I used to. Just be a straight up believer in all this but now I question it and I usually still come up to be a believer. I take time to think about it. And that is that makes me proud me too me too. Yeah all right so. This is one of our top listeners. Whitney top listeners. She is our top is awesome. She is awesome and she's always posting and got a lot of fun stuff So she says Pat You will probably have a field day with this my friend and roommate by the way she did get permission from the room. That's it took us a few weeks before we read this Who her roommate goes by the name of Rabbit Rabbit has been an actual rabbit or is it no named rap person named nicknamed rabbit okay. I'm fine with that. All right has been seeing and hearing things his entire life. He has many stories but one in particular still ongoing from when he was a child. He believes that he's being plagued by Mitch mischievous spirit that he is named Bob. Oh I am too. Yeah by Bob Anderson from Bob after dark spirit that just plagues you keep putting these micro-climate ideas in my head. Yeah Over the years Bob is made his presence known to all of us. Rabbit claims he frequently moves things to a place where they should not be for. Example rabbit used to smoke an old fashioned tobacco pipe. He always placed in his bedside drawer and in his nightstand. Before going to sleep one morning he woke up and it was no longer there. Robert searched Oliver's room but he could not find it anywhere. I needed to go into rabbits room to borrow a cord to charge my phone as my court shorten it and I would not be able to get to the store until much later I went nowadays. You can't get to the store at all well though this was. Yeah you can tell. It's dated story. That was when we could go in Papua stores. I went searching for because they normally do not go into his room. And have no idea where you normally puts things. Even though he's meticulous about where things are put so he can find them quickly when he wakes up. That sounds like you pat. I couldn't find it in any of the spots. I thought were obvious so I looked in the drawer under the foot of his bed. There was his pipe when he got home. I told him I found the pipe. And where where? And he just looked at me confused. He never uses that drawer for anything in his door. Stays locked due to pass issues with things going missing from his room so no one besides him myself and my husband could have moved it and none of us did. Bob also seems to get frustrated with my husband. My hubby is firmly on the Hashtag schemes. Team skeptic side. Oh I like her husband. This is despite the fact that Bob throws things that John from time to time. Especially if we've been talking about him recently and John has voiced his opinion that he does not believe Bob exists normally a short Shortwhile after this declaration something that John is place down near himself will fall to the floor. Once it was a plate of Spaghetti that he had put at the back of the wide of a wide dresser that was against the wall. Everyone in the room was more than arm's length away and it fell off in front of the dresser face down. We know it didn't just fall off the edge because the dresser was much wider than the plate also the Renault animals in the room at the time because we were eating in the door was closed to keep them out. Wow sounds very mischievous yeah. Poltergeists definitely in the Bob thing really rings true to me. Yeah I think Bob you know since his psychic powers to like knock play. Spaghetti off my my dresser too often things missing you believe in. I like to put Spaghetti on my dresser. I think that is the appropriate place for Spaghetti. It is the appropriate place table no dresser. Yeah totally yes there. There's our listener mail today. So that's exciting. If you've listener mail send it on over Info at ghostly podcasts dot com or you could message us on any of the socials you got it facebook and STA INSTA- instead I just caught I g Graham. I call it a G G or twitter tweets the tweets the twitter's. Yeah that place to yes. You could send it anywhere or you could even go on our website. Ghostly PODCAST DOT COM and you can click on the contact us button and there's a form right there you just fill out. He's ended off. It is definitely while I wanNA think Whitney for sending that in. That was a very good

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on Life and Pencils

Life and Pencils

13:05 min | 1 year ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on Life and Pencils

"You ever go to local your local business. Did you kind of feeling out. Just been based on line I did troy we. We all quite remote. We literally live by forest. And it's it's not the not really isn't affluent area. But but you've got to know where you go in and try and get into the right places I did go up. Stand outside of like Like an industrial estate of all places but they had a massive live. Animal feed placers farm animals. You know domestic animals so they had thousands of customers coming in and picks up a couple of commissions and it was a nice day but absent for me came online most ninety percent of my working through facebook and or most of my clients were in America. Erica not happened pretty quickly as well so I didn't tend to worry about doing the local thing which was a shame because doing things locally would have been better for mental health because of a more connection real connection with people saying that the overseas people. I'm still friends ends with those clients from seven eight years ago so I mean nothing nice. Yeah Yeah I'll meet some of them as well it's become come real friendships so yeah and when you Kosova see now you you go out and you do not your workshops and have done for a long time. Is that something that you're quite passionate about not actually seeing a lot more interaction. They're having with people. Yeah I love it and hobby was saying earlier. Obviously where I've been Nell. Something's got to give at some point. He was going. You know if you do this and you do this. You could adopt. Go onto the workshops and I just gave him the the workshops what brings me joy I look forward and their hard work hard work and a lot of traveling and I. I'm I'm scared of traveling. I hate traveling. I hate speak speak in front of people but I will do this because the result the end of the second day or third over workshop. When you see that change in someone so you've been as a catalyst to get them through then Of getting through the door to let themselves have the time to draw. Yeah Yeah just for eight hours decide to Straw. Because I don't know about you but if if I hadn't gone to a workshop for example I wouldn't have just sat for eight hours drawing. Join US in doing the cleaning avoiding cooking and stuff like that be really busy and so yeah so to give yourself that time under did the guise of a workshop. He's really value. Yeah put to actually sit there and concentrate on something. That isn't your job and isn't you know as a student to go and sit and concentrate something that isn't going to necessarily bring you lots of money. And it feels indulgent see. You've got to make use of that time. Canosa main quite valuable workshops to everybody involved. Yeah plus you would like minded people as well and you get human interaction with you. Don't qualify slayings authorize but you sound like like a performer because like most Performers term out and say that neither is the live music being on stay. The interaction is. That's what kind of keeps them alive going in the studio. They tend to not prefer doing recording albums. They like touch he'd be out. There is such a brilliant revelation to even say lot lot is fantastic. General is it's made me sing yeah. It aw obscene. I sit at my. You know most things I do nowadays. I'm sorry I'm recording on. I have to work in a logical manner. Which isn't my natural artistic? Stick manner to create something. But when I'm doing a livestream I can talk to people. Interact with them. How Fun relaxed enjoy? So so it's yeah you've hit the nail on it breaks up takes loneliness away as well. More live streams anymore. The podcast. With do I wouldn't otherwise I bring lots of humidity. Oh well no that she brings Joyce I wake unless I mentioned. I'm GonNa tell you. Do this monkey the monkey up to this. Nobody wants no. I think you should post the monkey it because he's not actually. It's grown squirrel. No it hasn't grown out. Sure I don't know just because it now because now I found when I was having a little tardy and it was a day when I was a bit emotional and hormonal and I think actually she made me cry in a way not wasn't any good way it was. I do this. I need to face. And it was when she was a baby monkey and and someone described as looking in carbon exactly but basically they described as looking like him Harry nutcase. I think for that it was who was in the summer could it might. It looks like my heavy knocks not sack. That was it heavy not that. Yeah Ah Harry Harry nut sack. And he's not as bad as always but I've never illiterate. Dow DOT is out there in the wilderness. It wasn't that bad. It was unfinished. And how do you poke around it. So she just don't worry don't worry we'll his has just descended into something now. I'm really I'm sorry. I thought this vision in my head and I was well which is real good. No no in fact hair often bring key and it's just nuts suck with the face basically literally if you just picture a ball soccer and then put some is on as much fundamentally about in your defense. It wasn't that bad boy from from to keep bringing because we up so anyway hey movies moving swiftly on so what do you consider to be to be your. Oh I can't carry on. So what do you consider to be your biggest achievement. Then iniminical in your career or it could be in your your life before also also could be the transition over or something like that. So what do you say I'm putting you on the spot and Limited so my art Something that I have been proud of and There's not been an award to me if something that's presented to me. That means something. Yeah she should of our show are send you a picture Eliane obviously part of the reason I go in see. We'll go back to my art with my own mental wellbeing. But when I thought I picture of snow leopards years ago all of a sudden I realized that I could depict animals using these pencils which I never knew I could not always been told. I couldn't draw So that meant then all the rescues and everything. I supported tried to support the. I couldn't financially support. I could give a voice to those animals most and that is where you know. My true passion is both for joining animals. Stems from and I did an exhibition. Quite early on went out to Romania where I rescue dogs from Romania to see where the talks were coming from to see if I could help the people that run the rescue also ran and in one of the world's biggest bear sanctuary so I went to see some of the Baz. Here that story's Nicole's I came home them with his head filled with. I need to do an exhibition. I need to give these. He's Basil Force so I ended up then with the privilege of working with eight of the world's founders of the biggest rescue organizations is Asians and to me these people are like you know on another planet. God given up that life to help these animals I ended up working with Jill Robinson of animals Asia. Who's just an amazing idol of moines? She flew all the way from China to come to my exhibition to do talk and she gave me. She gave me a necklace that she gave me They release Bears from cages the traps to extract their boiling the Android as medicine when they break the cages free. They cut a piece of the Caja off and they moved into a piece of glass and she brought with her. I'm going GONNA cry now. Claiming she gave me that whenever I sway from the path like got that in the studio with me and is as a reminder of like come on Lisa no matter how I only get you can still pick up placed pencil dues out and you can make a difference and no one else needs to know that I'm dreaming aiming not anywhere behind the scenes. You can just do that for me. And for the animals so that kind of thing means more to me than the financial financial rewards or the rewards or awards. You see I might go online and go. Hey Look I won this which I'm ever so grateful for and I'm over moon with but but they don't fulfill your long term. Do they learn I saw so I need to just keep reminding yourself what it's all about. Why did yeah? That's that's really a powerful life. You know that you do a real cause. Because going back to the self indulgent thing. When he started out in an art seems seems indulgent? Agent does not do it for calls me. You know it's real. It's worthy of ice waist. Well Yeah but the indulgent thing in other people's eyes on are we all joke about thinks I'm just Saab says playing with McRae and I am Yeah my mom. My Mom's not social media so it took years to realise what is I do. I send if I'm in newspapers. Send her spare an extra copy. It did this and she'll go she'll take Bingo be proud. You know people just think that. Yeah you would just be an indulgent and selfish and you're just like coloring and it's like no actually now that caused behind. Yeah as well. Hubby hubby suffers with mental house. So for me. I needed to become the minor. Uh when my backside off so now he can no come and work with me in the business for us. It's not just me. So what's he got. Hit play that in in your business. Could he did that. Once an exhibition I had to leave the room. He goes east jumped in my seat. I'm pretending extending these people walks in and he was just like. Oh my God. You've gone some WANNA stick capstick of the cat and obviously some stitches when I came back to him and he's he's redesigning the website teaching himself high to Redo the whole website. The creation a move all Patriot over on my website so he's creating whole members portal which is a huge learning curve for him. I WANNA I WANNA come. I'm trained release. We go Some qualifications as well. Yes we want him to be an equal and learn something from it. Not just be my slave flav. Oh imagine how many artists are are. That could do with someone that does that. Could specialize in up websites for artists or etching real. Oh well that is a plant as well. Yeah we've we'RE GONNA and I'm going to free you up to snap. Then try on your because this editing stuff takes forever. It surrendered shaken with another Patriot artists of the day and I said of the Lord of people looking now I saw in the new. Everyone was over sudden recording videos of what they do as she says. Just wait till they hit renzo button will the video. Forget must ya the most fun thing. I put a few upon Nem on Youtube. And it's not the route that particularly really wants to go down a Patriot all out. But I've done some on Youtube. Just be just different..

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Ruby Autoformatter! with Penelope Phippen

Ruby on Rails Podcast

09:53 min | 1 year ago

Ruby Autoformatter! with Penelope Phippen

"Been all. What is your developer? Origin Story That's a great question I guess I got started when I was a kid my birth. My parents have computer or computer adjacent jobs and I was sort of always fascinated so I started programming when I was I was very career young. I think I wrote my first Java program when I was age. Twelve and one of the things does mean is I've been using eclipse for more than half of my life which is always Funny to me but really it came from a instinct to sort of Tanka to really understand how computers walked. And that's that's sort of carrying me through My entire life really like what are the things is that I find myself like messing around with software in my hubby time. As much as you when I'm walking and that has been a really consistent throughout my life And so you're like where I am today. Like is really a product of having been fascinated by computers in my entire life and having sort of manipulated and what with them for a really really long time. I think you're so lucky because I got introduced to computers when I was in high school. My parents encouraged me to take computer science classes and so I felt it was lucky Dietz. Who get that experience early on but for you to know so early on that you enjoyed it and wanted to make a career of it is just something that I feel is still kind of rare in our industry free? Yeah it's I I don't know I find that most of the people I talk to you. like found owned computer science like much much later in their life so like even high school is sort of like relatively early rights are like I know some folks who didn't really look at programming at all until like the second or third. He is of the undergraduate degrees even like later in life career switched switched from a different profession through boot Camp Lasalle teaching or whatever it might be And so yeah like I like. Excuse me I in a sense. Consider myself to be very lucky that I like sort of have developed technical superpowers superpower's just from having been able to do it from a very very early age. That's great well. Our SPEC is a very love framework in the Ruby Community of course and so I would absolutely love to hear how you got involved. Yeah that's A. That's a great question. I'm so I got involved through aspect actually while I was studying full my computer. Science degree Sawyer Iowa's like alongside my degree like teaching myself ruby learning how to build rails applications because Like the community. Not at that time was sort of like just beginning to really exploited out onto the internet like I remember being Sawyer so fascinated by all of the conference Tokes That will sort of coming out of the community. And like the learning and teaching and sort of like niceness that was associated with that And so one day while I was working on rails APP and writing tests with us back doc I encountered a bug and I like looked into the source code of us back and what how how to fix it and sent a poor request request but along the way I was finding lots and lots of places in the SPEC Code base that could like we're meetable to factoring And so I spent maybe like a good six to eight weeks of my life just as a college student. I had loads of free time. I'm like just refer factoring The tunnels of aspect and I ended up sending them so many. Poor quests that essentially they will like. Hey we're going to give you a commitment because these greats and we would like we would like for you to keep doing this and stop bugging us like please please just merge these yourself And so I ended up basically just joining the cool team through like share application an off Wanting to make it better. So where did you gain that experience that you were able to look at the arse back out source code and be able to pinpoint pinpoint the possible re factories that you could do. Did you gain that from school or did you have other open source. Experience Neither I oh this is this is like this is a somewhat difficult question to you on Sir. But essentially essentially just sort of like an aesthetic for wanting to remove jeff location or things that were proving hot to change And so like actually back back at that point in time aspect had Code climate mounted in all of Repos and basically just sort of took it upon myself to just stop moving the code climate grades of the entire base like upwards towards those as really sort of using the insights code climate was providing To find those places and then sort of just thinking about house collapse things together or create new abstractions or whatever it might be right and like at the time Really Oh code. Climate was doing thing was running the flag and flame gems like rubies solo spaces and those just spot sort of like joop located Covered all oil like curd. That is extremely complex so like I was like. Oh yeah this. Totally is a three hundred line function with Grizzly two nested. If statements we can probably make that like like less nested and shorter rate and so like really it was it was an application of stuff I had being directly taught Through those aforementioned sort of like Ruby conference talks I had been watching so there was this like very sort of tight. feedback cycle between the things. I was learning and getting to apply them That was like a very unique experience. I think that was really interesting. I think that's great because even though that happened to you in college I mean we're GonNa get into Ruby format. It just seems to be a pattern throughout your career so aside from the sixty eight weeks that you contributed during your university time What contributions are you most proud of with our SPEC so basically I think perhaps the most interesting thing that happened to us? Back in my tenure I guess there are two things so one is when I joined the aspect team aspect was still on major Russian to And now it's on major three and I did a lot of the work along with the other team members at the time to actually like like deliver that and so I was sort of on the front lines of implementing some of the new keywords and doing method clean Alpina. Actually a big part of it was just deprecating code in a way that didn't break people's test suites which is what we use. The major version for so like aspect has a very strict adherence to semantic brushing and gut. Like when it is people's test suites you like literally cannot break them right like like breaking someone's suite would be like a sort of horrifying thing for aspect to do and so part of it. Frankly just what that people couldn't really detect to make sure that moving from two to three was a seamless as possible in terms. uh-huh of tangible stuff. People have actually probably seen I managed the sort of like rails compatibility of aspect through reversion five and up to version six point zero including implement implementing the compatibility for rail system test which replaced placed feature specs. Basically wholesale and like the system tasks are just like way better than feature specs F. O. were And so like I'm really proud of that one because it sort of took a standardized piece of work that was done by the rails team and specifically I lean you should tell and Sort of integrated with AAs back and that was a lot of fun because like it was done very collaboratively. It wasn't it just sort of me. In a lab that one was like reaching out to folks who have applications like test prototypes and see what upgrading onto those might look like and whether or not there are bugs and that sort of thing but yeah so like broadly. Speaking most of my tenure on our SPEC was either a fixing bugs in aspect all SPEC mocks or maintaining aspect rails through Russians five and up

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Meghan Markle Flying To NY For US Open, 1st Time Away From Archie

Gary and Shannon

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Meghan Markle Flying To NY For US Open, 1st Time Away From Archie

"Of North Carolina the Duchess of Sussex is heading to New York City Meghan Markle will be attending the US open to watch your good friend Serena Williams play in the finals she's on her way from London for her first trip to the U. S. since her baby shower in February. Meghan Markle is traveling without her baby Archie or her hubby prince

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

"<hes> off you go have fun. It's an island so we were talking startups or a lot of your customers look that I've is in any way dot ups and founders in startup companies advice durant disruption and innovation which means on the flip side there are people who are being disrupted and innovated against and look for something strikes me as the rise of smartphones technology computers pricing. Camber whatever these editing software things that are out out there but I would assume there's a level of people said a saying well I could do that or I've got a camera. Can I just do this. Can I do how it's what kind of disruption using using him what you do and how are you. I guess rising above that to demonstrate that yeah okay you can shoot in full Catherine. I find bought also ex wines. I said no my advice you can shoot in full. Canaan iphone do it. I'm not arrogant enough to think that what I produce for client should be the only media I I think you should have all the media. A good client will have a mix of stuff they producing themselves and Gerard the tools and the barrier for entry is so much lower low on the flip side the cameras you can buy now even just a simple. D._S. allowed to that a sub thousand dollar camera is perfect. Absolutely perfect perfect is to shoot on three C._C._D. Or Single C._C._D. Camcorders on tape right. That's how we that's what we used to creatine God armor. We often what high school we used to digitize height type in through a makeshift array of R._C._A. Reports so that we could pull video in a film strip foam at which is not even kept anymore so that we could paint lots sabres over broom handles and make Jidong videos secretly that who is that guy legit. I keep them the garage none. I was much fatter as acute. What's that I remember that pain saying I forget what it was like. One of those MIS showing our Internet that Aga dates a little bit so probably about ten people listening will remember that yeah. That kid only was arrested development. I used to clip a human arrested development. I think he's got a second life. He did all right but not the but that's the thing so the barrier entries are low now and you've got so much educational material so once you have an idea of essentially it doesn't matter what age you jump into a lot of people these days the people who are looking to say. Hubby Hubby is not the right one but people who produce video themselves. They're always like Oh yeah use it. I mean premier because it's great. I'm like adobe. Adobe Premiere is great because of marketing. It's not actually that good a tool. I Hate Adobe Premiere. When I have to sit down and use it I cry fries. Sometimes I actually cry normally rotten the mornings crying because Einar that across the cost of the day I might get a couple of good sessions where it's not going to crash and for the rest of the day all it does is crash and my sheduled for the day is blown out because the software that everyone loves abs can't do what a software in twenty nine teen <unk>. I've developed a small appreciation for that and aside this only because I find lyman you. You're talking to people in the rise of video videoing marketing assigned port. I realized when I was doing some work with a client recently that I didn't really appreciate what couldn't couldn't be done and I says I'll walkout's get a green screen. I'll do that and besides talking in didn't understand when I'm going to try to work it out myself and so calm pretty handy. I'll start early and I'll say what I can do and I found the free software that give me a stock depends ascribe McKay she results in one onscreen on flying back and forth and then and then I discovered just how important a good process or <unk> good ramp good shape. You is 'cause I gotta run the thirty seconds and it's like Oh Aachen dinner now yeah and I mean the other party is so the flip side of this right so we're talking to w premier not the greatest but really widely used Davinci resolve used to be studio only accessible like you you couldn't run resolve without an entire designated is ignited almost like four or five you array of hardware attached to it but now they resolve away for free because the computational national power required to actually run the gooey in and do a lot of the stuff is much lower and resolve. I'd say resolve is my favourite editor the moment at least as I love how I feel like I'm GonNa go something right yeah. That's a that's a that's a hard jumping in point. That's like going into a cooking class and then being like right now. Now we're making Dukkala Ron JR and Kraken and you like what hang on I thought we just GonNa make pancakes like resolve. Is that's a hard learn and I think if I if I was if I was someone who wanted to do video didn't necessarily have the skill or WanNa jump into something easy. I'd look at stuff like clip champ. I look at a lot of the newest services that are available with the doing things like the editor in user interface is really simple. It's really web based and it's being refined for that new new generation of people who had just like. I don't need forty video and audio Ali'i. I don't need to steal my mixes. Oh I want to do is play Lego and say this piece that piece is there this piece there that peace and keep it simple because with video you can spend so much time refining and and redesigning and producing. What's your output if I spend you look at the youtube kids if I was to spend three or four days making something thing and then release it where someone else's making and releasing two things day who's going to have more success yet that last ten percent of quality to jump through often takes makes you know ten times longer to get to so you go wolf does it was it was saying is that. Is that line in the sand. There's that delineation point is something I mean i. I use it very binary qualify now. I just say you know. Is it satisfactory unsatisfactory Oscar yet. That's satisfactory that resulted satisfaction people come to me like can you criticize. What have I done with this. So can you have this formula. I'm like you know you close but you need to put some more titles here. Explain the soya unionists soft audio and I'll l. Show them and tell them the tools that will do it for them to help them along the way just because you want to get stuff that satisfactory level we consume so much visual media now across so many formats that that satisfactory bar is not hard to aim for now. I think I think people have accepted it now. Yeah if you can hit that you pretty much golden. You don't need to make Avatar or anything else. You don't need to go super high budget until you need to. That's a very clear point of difference. There I times way yeah you need like professionally produced material and that's GONNA come from. How big is the company. Who is the audience for the video. What's what's the lifetime lifetime video to social media you posted and dies yet and all of a sudden she becomes the most expensive Anki. That's a guy guy who works mainly in video. I spend a Lotta time convincing people that don't actually need video the big one so this is something that I do. A lot of an have had great success success with is just photo streaming. What's a photo stream you us so I'll go to an event. I take a D._S._L. Law that has a Wi fi enabled capability so I can just instantly transfer the messages to my phone and throughout the course the event I take pictures and then I write little social captions. I throw the pictures up and I'll do it for like something like a startup weekend and something like that will actually produce this content across and you go okay so that's one avenue of creating a visual media story from the event will sell them when making video. We'll show everything taken at home. Maybe my kid gets sick and I can't do it for two or three days or maybe it's. It's low priority so gets bumped the weekend instead then by the time it comes out like a week later. It's a two minute video and people like Oh yeah well right. It doesn't have the impact saw so I mean photos videos at less frames per second a lot last year and I'm a I'm a big Fan. If you're doing visual storytelling don't just think video like think voter and does one of those things that you can really easily do yourself. You can easily take a lot of good photos and if you've never seen like an example of one of my photo a strange just a startup weekend for women is coming up in a little bit. I'll be doing it air or Adam and you could probably jump on you could stoke back through twitter. I did the same thing for in Codex. If I had an event the other night and I said look should we film and I said don't film it. Just I'll come. We'll just take some photos then you make all the photos available to everyone there. These are all industry guys then the stakeholders all industry and we made all the photos freely available and a lot of those industry guys then shared always photos on Lincoln extend the retread shroud yeah. I watched someone do something similar and they they went on. They loaded them all into facebook. We're up within the same night and then diligently went jurors like tagging people the and those people repos yes. That's right so it's all about yet because we're we live in an immediate welder. I we expect stuff to be real time so you know all this is my current. Experience is if if you go to so I'm I'm old enough. When I went to a wedding we had wind on cameras. Semi winning had wine on cameras in every room in a bag and we took him down to K. Mart we developed the vitalising got like five good ones these days everyone's got their fines but you'll get the bride and groom saying towed post to social media white for good fighters and I'm like Oh yeah they they taking it. fucks basically I. I get the flip side. I get winnings now. Where people like you know we'll get invited to a wedding and I'm like oh. Hey Sweet. We get a nice weekend. Milwaukee and I can go away. We can have a good time. We can relax. Have a couple of drinks see some friends and then the day before the wedding they're like Oh. We are in the book the photographer up until the ceremony complaints. Can you take photos photos for US afterwards. It's photography's like the equivalent of having a huge when someone's looking to move and it is a human visual tweeting and and so yeah I'm looking at in going because what everyone wants to do is enjoy the moment. We want that instantaneous moment of fan. Yes show you parts produce. Some gratified is lighter. Hang them up on your wall. Oh but actually do that photo stream. It live tag people. An event gives an actual mileage out what's happening. Yea especially look especially if you've limited spent and also it means it. It makes the ascalon easiest so people a lot of this. We we do a little live streaming work office chief Entrepreneur Eilat the other night like like we do a little live streaming live streaming on this hot ones because live streaming costs money means I have to we have to hire a couple of different operators..

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

Popgram Podcast

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

"Difficulties with sorte for me through some technical difficulties, we're having to record the last three quarters of this episode again. So bear with us with us because we forgot all the joy and black magic. So we have to sort of ramp. Hassles backup to the black magic, and getting forward, we have to recapture lightning in the bottle. Yes. Having said level of crazy that we have is crazy. I do the. Yeah. I think that's still there. Yeah. So that we talked about I talked about week ago. Did you shows out? Now. Let's shoes that we've finished. Yes. Yes. Okay. So I'm trying to know the first show that I finished I have expositions. Right. What too big shoes on my bits now talked about this before it was well-intended love, no child currently so hesitant. So they took their little spoilers. I'm going to 'cause they're still the last two. I finished it finish it. Okay. So before we were not finished enough that finish their fully understand with Puto magnificent stupid. Chris in love is, so let me give this up. So I think I said, I was hobby this WI fi. There's wannabe WI fi. Monday's a best friend of hubby now. They feel the copters number four Minka actors and besides that we have the autumn assist. Hubby. We have a best friend of WI fi. We have peer of hobby. Yes. We have mother of her. Yes. Should goes down quick. So it's very simple. Premise boy meets girl guy falls in love with girl and asks her tomorrow him. No. For every other drama in the world is a nice nice simple romantic door. You know, you chill to non chill gone, and she's so chill guy meets un-unstable gome, who is deal is actress, she ended offensively enters this com is the taxi through. She goes to the sorry, that was, we're yeah. That John him full shooting she'd going on. We re talk about 'cause it's just too. She goes the hospital after meeting finds that has Kimia and actually have a bone marrow transplant and that the only person who could sister is the chip will have guy that she insulted, which got him Scott earlier. So she goes, finding stoke same when he swimming crap like that. And he says, I will marry you, sir. L give the marrow but you must marry me as a contract, marriage. So good. We know this. Pundits times. We have again. Drama, see dramas J drowsy, drummers older. So she gets married to him this, that they, she goes to us to have a boomer transplant understand their contractual my life. Now. It's like got out of the hospital. Wanna be wifey comes from devices. She's like I want to go marry my hobby. She says that's best front of hope because all three of them were friends from childhood. Yes. And he tells the others form. You got your hubby is married to somebody else, wifey. She goes to the house, tries to also things to get Abuna side, but percents wife because wifey, is it and weapon all usual care drama. And I should escalates like, that's what is your like also escalate the from. It has what happens wanna be WI fi fest. After all the wedding traffic on friends with WI fi to undermine her. That is work. Then she causes hubby accident drugs him. He didn't ties him mix loses. Membership forgets wifey by the way, this time, why Fianna beggar Tino, close and things that she doesn't work, then she tries to get no hubby through some again. We do get the memory Bacchus the ties with be why then wannabe wife decides that she's going to try to undermine the relationship between wifey Hobie I'm best friend, and then try to get Weifeng compromising situation with friend, your hobby stands by his room because he does that shit. And then again as I'm very onto my one stream extremes. She decides to cause veterans have an accident best friend goes into the hospital. And she buzzed the hospital room down. That's the guys that yet. Yeah. Visitor. Yeah. That's one string now. Crazy shit is crazy be a wifey. No, no measure that obviously hobby is in action. Is's hubby, the usual stuffing stuff, usual. Now has what happens actually his doubts, the claim that Hoppy had meant to WI fi about something and wouldn't justly with experience to buy all of the sports. Exactly. If you want to watch this and just stop listening this and just forward. Well, four. The at the point where this was to have to. But honestly, but who talk about Jay's what listen. Sixteen out actually one of your light, eighteen dollars of your life that you can never get. And it was so, well, okay. So, so why he threw some issues involving acronym? Tmz's Asus. finds out that she doesn't have leukemia. She's never had leukemia and also had was anemia slush goes, hubby hubby, what the heck happened. He said, this is bullshit. He said, well so years ago, I met you in some ship some teeth, and also by your kindness. I felt in stalker view. The stage. I saw the hospitals with my grandmother and I asked doctors wrong and here, firstly dot official privilege confetti. She don't hospitals so you can. So as I found out underdog to the enemy, but I thought to myself this shit is played. I'm gonna tell the doctor that you had Kim. Yeah. They have a bone marrow transplant and the only person who can help you and that is how I should get you as. My go wi-fi the house wife leaves the house, Hoppy buys the building. She goes living because. Now at this point, you're thinking in support, Strache. There's something weird here anyway. All these talked about CD in between. Why you guess what? They diamond air. Beautiful truck. Erin. Yes. I'm asking myself. What does the director? What does the rights? What else I said in previous, so are the right tied to dynasty kid, Rama Bella see drama. They've blended up into a nice, kind of queered cruddy. Smoothie. Throat like I said, before, the, the person, why felt was that Mussa cynically explain this Bs? It is recording. Yeah. So he's like, was the friend, the best friend of yes. She said when why forgive all this S position that public, by the way, the screen, the best friends at screenwriter? Yes, she, she said publicly has made me lose my much nation. Rich people, I think they should. You broke a you're hungry. You're not looking. That could provide the Mirer. Exactly. No, we put all of this was crazy. That we had actually MRs 'cause nuts WI fi shoots. Herbie. What turns out are technically used to be old year old friends of hubby whose mother. And that's one that fun. He's got. I'm ben. Shoots hubby. She gets God, we are things goes into coma wife is pregnant while she's pregnant hoping the way coma he's, he's mother then tries to take over on this fall, the new she goes. And then wife, you has no business agree who's belly good actress by the company. Albums of Eddie cover a live, happily will, they've stock ever have that like a really saying, anyway, so that's the first one, I said before I give it a fall over ten now give over ten is that. Okay. Okay. It's very amusing. It's usually very you sit to nothing. Just why the hell on my watching this because it's happening. You car crushing like that's the thing I think news is a car crash. I think that's why I think does has to think so out, she said, I think, is a good show in any way you watch it when you have to watch it, but it's attempt to be honest. Like I said, it's totally ridiculous escalation on this shit is just way we and the stock hurry. Obsessive love, I think of the key. Yeah. Yeah. This huskies up. But I think I believe that if you look at his wife to remove your eyes and say, oh, yes, as justification keys dots. His Akron, king obsessed, and so that happened. So the show about his caution hazardous wife, it's a drama, and I don't remember much of the details. The details of the digital characters the last time, but basically follows a woman who is a secret agent who decides to leave as aged life push onto normal life, and her dream is KOMO housewife. So she pretends to die. She fakes death. She becomes a receptionist, Mitte guy gets married and moves to small town, and about three months after getting my realize that being outside is boring us Faulk ember graph told her that, but, you know, why not sharing the small town and she makes from his head neighbors our next door. Neighbors one is younger when his older, and they have issues that are going in their life. And every episode is another drama, the drama, whereby this guy. That is trying to housewives into prostitutes. Dizzy drama, whereby somebody centers on his child drama is always could not between their wife is one way. I think the white is the husband politician did something. Hey oh, yeah. Every episode the drama, but it's a good thing because it means that each of ends up and is around Abbas, overarching storyline that continues through that is about the main character, and my husband and her friends. Well, so that was interesting me for that. I'm going to give it a seven ten I seven of the ones give you more because I think most spoilers, but I really watch it it's very good acting the men lead actress action look solutions, because I just ask kicking, like Marshall news kick takings, and it was very it was very interesting. I think it was a layered storyline for each of the characters beyond the individual stories that we see in each episode. And I think that give dimension giving build up the way that people were viewed, there's issues around infidelity is issues around neglect, just those, those. The best friend. Sorry. The main kind of term had two friends. There's all the stores, I think it's quite an interesting. I think it's one of probably on the best dramas scene. And also, also, the kind is the main female character Rivi. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You know the. But I was like trolls, that this woman was wearing this high waisted Flook judicial very stuff, some really good fashion special stock, so this up now. The so this is the Trump because I watch them on the shoes. Oh, yeah. Remember select the first show that I'm going to talk about. I forget all the ones I watch much. I watched my process, which is yeah. Dary Disney, Princess the together, I about Hugli such bring buck the Korean real family Bergman and the NAR find the go, who's the descendant of the original Royal, he can tease out and push the most beautiful married to rain. Yes. He also should. Don't shine anyway. So funny. So I let my research. Gus bullshit anyway. So you the be forgetting see a partly. No. I looked at all input. Now. This is Niger. I pretend.

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Visi eilly one Valerie in my life, Valerie twenty she grew up in my town. So I think it during the break, our just search Valerie, twelve Blay. Valerie Trombley romance writer. Probably not the same battery twenty but at least I learned something about Valerie twenty winning bestseller. Alary twenty grew up. Watching doc shadows over her mother's shoulder. From there, the fanged creatures blossomed today, Valerie's decided to take her Docker, sensual side, and to put it on paper. When she's not busy, creating a world. Full of steamy. Hot men strong seductive women. She juggled her time between her fulltime job, her hubby hubby and her German shepherd dog in northern Illinois. There is a member of the romance writers of America. And fantasy futuristic. I'm paranormal romance writers so Valerie. Is this? You, are you. Valerie, Tom Louis. Let's find out Valerie twenty and no. I'm not Valerie. Aplomb at one. Okay. So tell me about you. Yes. But I mean that's sounds very good that twelve blade that, you know. So what's, what's going on? But, you know, I just wanted to let you know that their show is just so nice and, and going so well, with the doctors and the beginning, thank you for doing that. Appreciate that. We had two people. In one was the doctor and one was a policy person to talk about pros and cons of Medicare for all. And to keep politics out of it, and just try to get some facts from people who know what they're talking about. And if it was helpful, I hope people check out the podcast and share it suggest talking podcast. So thanks. Valerie said also Cleopatra coming at ya. I said, I'll be that for you. If you want, Cleo, Patrick coming at you. But no. But seriously though. Yeah. You've had, you know, I think your show was good, Bradley. I think it's a really good one. Thank you. Yeah. And it has to do with, you know you don't such a good job. He's such a credit host. Well, thank you again. And so I wanted to kind of participate a little bit by you know, talking to you a little bit about jeopardy. All good. Yes. Of course. Big fan, big fan. Yeah. So am I and, and do you have any idea how much money just guy has won so far over two million though? Yeah because I you know, I watched the I watched the show he crushes his opponents. But, but do you think that he gets his answers from somewhere else? You think that those answers to those questions somewhere because of? So I mean, I'd like you know, check it out, more do you mean answers to? You ask if you think that I think he g it's. No, not cheat 'cause I mean, maybe there's, there's the answers to those kinda like the what the say. Well, no, I don't think I wanna compare that know somewhere. There's an answer key that, listen, the viewers can get a hold of just see I could kind of study. And then I mean, do you think there's a study guide for jeopardy? Right. I don't know. I because if there is since you don't know. Right. Since you don't know. Right. Yes. And maybe you could you know, we could possibly figure out if there is one, and then somebody could do just a job as he, he does cause some, you know, 'cause some people are kind of good in in, you know, with memory. Yeah. You know, you just kind of recall, just very quickly when you're asked the question. I know the people do prepare. I know. They, they d-, but I don't know if there's a study guide. I think maybe they just I don't know of the inside scoop on that. I. He said that somebody asked him the question like how do you know how do you how do you learn prepare for this? You know what do you do you know to, to answer the questions, you know, so well, and he said he reached children's books those questions aren't related to children's books. Yeah. That sounds like a weird. Answer to me. I'm not sure I buy that. Reads children's books. So, yeah, so maybe so I mean is there a way you can find out? I mean because maybe we find out. Maybe a listener, we'll know if you know, maybe they're inside, jeopardy people and they know whether or not as some sort of study guide. I don't know. I don't believe that children's business at all. You don't you don't believe that. What's I don't believe his answer is really? I don't believe. Does answers come from children's direct books reading reading children's books? Right. Right. Right. So I you know, I it's like it's so it's so like you even asking do you think he cheats? I don't know each each. But if there's some kind of guide, right? The people anything else. Valerie. Yeah. You know, I call 'cause I thought it was funny, all stuff that you talked about some, some people. I like how you sometimes think somebody's dressed like anti. I was just asking, you know, try to get a picture of my mind of. Joann. Joann. Waltham. No. Yes, welcome. She has blonde hair, and it's tough for me to get a home run. I think you're really funny, you know, because I, I mean, I was cracking up a lot 'cause, you know, you know, you made me laugh, and that's why I called did you. L. O L. Yeah. Well, I'm I'm more old-fashioned. Okay. Though. I know that L O L stuff is the internet stuff. Yep. Thank you. Valerie. I'm calling. You know, I only have forty five seconds, but if it's super point the, the Miller report yet. Is there any chance that you can put a little bit more? I mean, can you put that on from entirety because I missed it today, but I try to catch, you know other people talking about it. But if you get a chance, oh speech. I won't be able to give his speech. Okay. Can you do some little chunks of it? Yeah. Okay. As much as you can. All right. All right. Valerie. Steady L pick up a little smidge is not much. 'cause kind of done with that, you know, he went up. He said, I'm done. I'm out of here. Mic drop. And that's it. Busy CBS news update, another restrictive abortion, Bill in another state CBS's, Elaine Quixote has more. Louisiana house passed a Bill Wednesday, restricting abortions Bill, which passed a seventy nine to twenty three vote would ban abortions, once fetal heartbeat is detected which can be as early as the sixth week of pregnancy. The Bill also leaves no exception for rape, or incest, doctors, who violate the law could lose their medical license and face up to two years in prison. The Bill is now headed to democratic governor John Bel Edwards desk, where it is expected to be signed before passage, it was conservative versus liberals in the state legislature. Republican state Representative Valarie Hodges in Louisiana. We have a culture of love of life. Love of family in love of God. Nothing is more precious to any of us than the heartbeat. The Anna joins four other states that have also passed new bands on abortion, CBS news update, Matt piper. Hey, it's Adam Kaufman,.

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"George George is like leading me, and he's going to lose thirty pounds for the way ends if he came on the scale and looked you know, pretty good sort of. I mean, I actually thought TJ dillashaw looked pretty good when he stepped on one twenty five and looked what happened to him. So he's gonna put a lot of that back on. Yeah. I actually, you know, down with one sixty five by the way. Yeah. I don't care. What do you think? They're weights would be when they step in the cage. Well, it depends. What they if it's a one fifty five or one sixty five I actually was in favor of the 165 not for a belt. Remember mad? He's fought voice Gracie at a catchweight like old guard versus new guard. That's the kind of fight that you don't need a belt for my pinion. You know what I mean? And so I understand that wanna tied up in Habib's. You know, his time is very valuable you want to defend the title, but I wouldn't have painted it. So it would have been one sixty five. I wouldn't be surprised if he if he walked in like one eighty five you know, what I mean? But the answer your question, I was I like to dance around and invade your questions, usually when you asked me these. Tough ones. But I think that George has always had more tools than hubby hubby certainly knocked down Connor in that in that fight. But, but I don't that was kind of a shocker I don't think that I don't think progress expecting the rate that kind of thing. I think it would be I prime GSP worse. Prime of EIB. I'm going with GS p where p is right now. I think it'd be a damn close fight. Who would I pick? I I'd probably pick pick George really I think I would he's more of a gentleman. So yeah, it's fine. I don't know. Maybe you know, today would pick George. I would go back on this fight was happening. November MSG heavy God, I would pick George and then I would pick. I really think it's what do you mean you pick Georgian hubby because I was back and fall, I would I really was right now saying George, but if we what if we talk about this again like another week. I would be like the other way, it'd be great. Yeah. It would be super interesting because like Connor I mean, you knew he was just gonna be able to get taken to you know, is going to get taken down. I don't know. That's really that's because that's the whole thing. Can't he take them down? And then beat him up in a ground. Pound. That's what does he mall's people? I don't I don't know..

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"George George is like leading me, and he's going to lose thirty pounds for the way ends if he came on the scale and looked you know, pretty good. I mean, I actually thought TJ dillashaw looked pretty good when he stepped on one twenty five and looked what happened to him. So he's gonna put a lot of that back on. Yeah. I actually, you know, down with one sixty five by the way. Yeah. I don't care. What do you think? They're weights would be when they step in the cage. Well, it depends. What they if it's a one fifty five or one sixty five I actually was in favor of the 165 not for a belt. Remember mad? He's fought voice Gracie at a catchweight like old guard versus new guard. That's the kind of fight that you don't need a belt for my pinion. You know what I mean? And so I understand that a wanna tie it up in Habib's. You know, his time is very valuable you want to defend the title, but I wouldn't have painted it. So it would have been one sixty five. I wouldn't be surprised if he if he walked in one eighty five you know, what I mean? But as your question, I know you I was I like to dance around and invade your questions, usually when you asked me these. Tough ones. But I think that George has always had more tools than hubby hubby certainly knocked down Connor in that in that fight. But, but I don't that was kind of a shocker I don't think that I don't think progress expecting the rate that kind of thing. I think it would be I prime GSP worse. Prime of EIB. I'm going with GS p where p is right now. I think it'd be a damn close fight. Who would I pick? I I'd probably pick George really think. I would he's more of a gentleman. So yeah, it's fine. I don't know. Maybe you know, today would pick George. I would go back to this fight was happening November MSG every God I would pick George and then I would pick. I really think it's what do you mean you pick Georgian hubby because I was back and fall I would really was right now I'm saying George, but if we what if we talk about this again like nother another week. I would be like the other way, it'd be great. Yeah. It would be super interesting because like Connor I mean, you knew he was just gonna be able to get taken to know is going to get taken down. I don't know. That's really that's because that's the whole thing. Can't he take them down? And then beat him up in a ground. Pound. That's what does he malls people's? I don't I don't know..

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Prince Philip gives up driver's license after crash

The House Whisperer

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Prince Philip gives up driver's license after crash

"A princely surrender of a driver's license. Prince Philip QE to hubby has decided to stop driving at the age of ninety seven less than a month after he was involved in a rollover crash that injured two women. Prosecutors said they would consider the decision as they ponder possibly charging the elder Royal for the accident January seventeenth Philip was behind the wheel of a Land Rover near the Royal family Sandringham estate. Eastern England, he smashed into another car and a letter of apology to one of the women Phillips said that he was dazzled by the sun when he pulled onto a main road and didn't see

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"As you pointed out there are two parts with there's the punishment. So you've done something that gets you punish John Jones did and just like some other people have. But then on top of that there's that whole of your own discretion choosing not to your belt for a certain period beyond your your punishment. So in the end, this is not going to discredit hubby hubby would be the first guy soon as it comes back to fight for that belt. And certainly would be the favourite to regain the belt. If he if it's around the waist of Ferguson report. So I mean, I don't see how you're are you damaging Habib by taking the belt away. But then giving him a shot to regain it immediately. I don't know that you really. Are I think you're making point just like the the divide commission made a point by finding the guy twenty five percent of his announced purse? The UFC can make a point by saying, hey, you guys, you do something that is that is, you know, antisocial you something that is going to there's gonna get you disqualified from fighting, and then you come back, and you choose not to fight we have to we have to take measures. So I could see them doing that. Let me just add one thing. I don't know if I'll be is the type of guy you wanna make a point where I think he's send it to the point where we're beyond that. I don't think he's the guy that you wanna play those types of games with because you don't know what you're going to get back on the other end. But what would you get what what what a result tournament? Maybe you don't get them back. Maybe he's not fighting for you anymore. That's that's a problem for the UFC that you can't solve by just shipping his belt and saying well, welcome back. I think the you'll see has has learned some lessons. With Conor McGregor. I think they learned that Connors starpower got brighter, and brighter and brighter and he began to not just take part. But the takeover when he really took over the sport. It was great. I mean, it's huge moneymaker for the. But I think they also started seeing the hangover from that. And there, and I think they're they've learned a lesson that they may not want to have somebody else running their business. That's going to be a fascinating story to watch. Okay. Now. Let's talk about the John Jones part of this hearing because that was the majority of the hearing that was like three hours long was incredible. I found it very interesting to watch. Because I felt like it was the hearing that should have happened before you have see two thirty two. And again, I thought Anthony Maher now and the rest of the commission they came prepared. They were well researched ask the right questions. In fact, I thought dyke Dr Eichner of Smirl came off less credible than you saw two and California try to make him out to be. I know that he's the the the foremost authority on this topic. But I felt like he was less. Sure of him of himself. Like, they were saying like he definitively was saying that, you know, John didn't re and minister, you know, whatever drug it was torrential oil turn a ball, the three metabolite the long-term metabolite. I mean, all this stuff gives you a headache. But at the end of the day, they ended up giving John one fight license which is somewhat unprecedented in its own, right? Because usually you get a one year licence to fight in that state. And also they said that they are going to test them at minimum twice a month leading up to UC to thirty five on March second, which of course, is in a little over a month..

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"This is the example of what it used to be to have an interim title. This is what it is for. Okay. We usually the interim title came about when someone was hurt or in this case he's being punished for for. Well, this is a different conversation concept breath things you're seeing is the finally going to say Nevada had their punishment. Now, we're gonna go on top of that. I can't see a reason for that to happen, nor do I think it will. Right. I think I'll be able set out and we'll see if he remains the champion or not if I'm Ferguson, I'm putting my foot down. Well, if you're here what this guy's doing. He jumped over I'm the one who's first exploit was going to be against it could be in November. But I mean at first has to sit out after being relatively inactive last year doesn't seem fair that you're making a really strong case. I say I'm surprised that ever making strong make a one exactly I was I was convinced that that this couldn't happen. But, but you know, surprisingly, you've really swayed me a little bit here. But I am adamant that interim bell the that's the that's the diligent amazing everything. I mean, there's no other than it is a marketing tool that isn't. It means nothing else. It's a marketing tool. It's money making thing for for for fighters. But it's not doesn't mean anything. And I think that you know to use the Jones when Komi I became the the light heavyweight champion in Jones's absence. Everybody was questioning this guy really champion, and then he had to build his resume by beating some legitimate people. And then, you know, later on then you call me, it was looked at as a legitimate light heavyweight champ. He had the Bill that. And so, of course, it's of course, you take take the belt away from a dominant champ. Like John Jones or Habib no Maga made of there's always going to be a question about the person who takes on that belt. Tony Ferguson will be questioned is really the the best lightweight in the world. Now, the best light where the world how how can this guy's got the belt that's going to be the question out there. But if Habib essentially disqualified himself by doing something that caused them to be suspended and then on top of that chose of his own doing to not come back when he when he can't come back. I don't know think you'll see wouldn't have a case to take that belt away from him. And I think they just choose the use an interim belt. Toothless doing that. The only person that gets any benefit is twenty Ferguson, which I understand look he's been changed. But he's the only one who gets any benefit there's no benefit to stripping. You just does it doesn't help anybody. But then then Tony Ferguson now if twenty figures and says, I won't fight for an interim title because I had one before and you took it away. And look where that got me. Now, we have a conversation to have about stripping Habib. But I don't think that that's the first move to make. So in the end, what do they do? I think I'll was going to be the champion everything do an interim title fight, you think Ferguson Ferguson. This is really what do you think in the end? Because what we think what do you think actually happens? I think that it's possible. I think is really possible that they go that route. And they strip him I think because of the because of the way because of that logic that there's two different parts of it. As you pointed out there are two parts with there's the punishment. So you've done something that gets you punish. It's like John Jones did and just like some other people have. But then on top of that there's that whole of your own discretion choosing not to found your belt for a certain period beyond your your punishment. So in the end, this is not going to discredit hubby hubby would be the first guy soon as it comes back to fight for that belt. And certainly would be the favourite to regain the belt. If he if it's around the waist of Ferguson report..

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"hubby hubby" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"hubby hubby" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"On today's show how did monsters create a monarchy pennywise wakes up from his quarter century nap and were so excited to see episode nine. Once again has e- walks saved the day movie talk starts right now. On that. We've seen all these movies already. You know, we've seen all these movies in two thousand nineteen already. Hello, ladies and gentlemen, and happy new year. Welcome to the first collider movie talk of two thousand nineteen. Yes, I'm still the guy sitting in this chair at least for this. We my name is Mark Ellis. That is Haley Foued. That is Teri number often. We are here. Celebrating the new year ringing in two thousand nineteen by telling y'all what are most anticipated movies of two thousand nineteen will these being our favorite history says no, but these are the moves that we're most excited to check out at the box office Haley Perry. This is a very fun time of year because this is when we really start thinking about okay, I'm looking at my moviegoing budget. What am I going to spend it on one of the most excited about who's gonna win the box office paranoia, you're keeping an eye on that? What is this time of year mean for y'all as movie goers as we kick off January two thousand nineteen I think you just summed it up pretty nicely. But in my case, it's not how am I gonna spend my money? How many meals do I have to cut out of my life? So I could see every single thing multiple times. It's actually looking at this. I mean, not to get into the list that we're actually about to reveal but looking at the movies that we have listed. I mean, one of four year I feel like we have that conversation every single year when you look at the overall twelve months late, but damn lot of movies are being made being made and a lot that were excited for Haley. You woke up you said, okay. It's January two thousand nineteen. It's time to go see movies. Do you get the most excited about the summer movie season is the fall Oscar season? Or is it just the whole shebang right now. We're all the world is a new yet. Again, that's kind of how I feel about this time of year. It's just like a very optimistic time where everything is still great and your mind box hasn't been opened yet. It's good. I do look forward to naturally more the fall season the horror season, that's kind of my bread and butter, and that's what I get really excited to see. But I love I love all of it. I love the summer season Oscar season, that's fine. I I like like hubby. hubby. Not as into the awards, but I am not as into the fancy fancy dramas either. But I also like the very beginning of the year, which used to be sort of like the infamous dump land. But that's where I'd find a lot of like my low key favorites like goofy B movies that I've really adore. So I everything escape, bro. Yes. There's something for everyone. And hey, we mentioned that I know both her and Perry the host of the witching hour podcast. You can find right here on collider y'all are big horror movie fans, but it seems like horror movies yet. You get your share around Halloween going into the fall. But as recent history is shown we can see a great harm movie any time of the year last year with a quiet place look at years past with split with get out..

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Brawl erupts at UFC match after Khabib chokes out McGregor

Ken Broo

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Brawl erupts at UFC match after Khabib chokes out McGregor

"Norma get off beat Conor McGregor who tapped out in the fourth. Routed UFC, two twenty nine things turned ugly seconds later went hubby jumped into the crowd and fought with someone from Gregor's corner and someone from Habib's camp jumped into the cage threw a punch McGregor, and it was chaos in and out of the ring UFC, president Dana white says Habib's purse is being withheld. It's bad. There's going to be an investigation by the Nevada Athletic Commission. These guys are in big trouble. This event was

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