35 Burst results for "Jade"
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Language of Evangelicalism
"John, I think you'll probably know. I'm an evangelical Roman Catholic Presbyterian. That means I go to mass on Saturday night and I go to my Presbyterian Church on Sunday, one river two banks, but I speak evangelical very well. Rick Warren and Greg Laurie are friends, Al Muller is a weekly conversationalist with me. I know, you know, John piper I read desiring God years ago. I know most of the stuff you talk about. I've got to tell you at the beginning. I have never heard of CJ Mahoney or Lou engel until I read your book. Never heard and I've been covering religion since 1992. So first question, do you think your perspective in testimony might be jaded by that particular covenant life church experience and these particular pastures? Well, I guess, can I ask you what you mean by jaded, just that my experience might not reflect a more mainstream experience? Is that what you're kind of? Yeah, I think mainstream evangelicalism is not anti intellectual at all. But then again, I've had doctor Mark Roberts as a pastor for 25 years. He got his undergrad and PhD from Harvard. Doctor Larry is my current pastor in oldtown is a phenomenal scholar and preacher and archbishop who is listening right now in the author of three books is an intellectual giant in the Catholic world and I've written three books on evangelicalism and this, I just think testimony is a 100% accurate about 1% of the church. How's that sound? Yeah, I think my dad raised a similar objection. When I talked to him about the book, he does not feel like a lot of evangelical culture is anti intellectual. And I think it's a totally fair question to raise. I do think that even if you haven't heard of CJ Mahaney or Lou angle, you know, I did some reporting recently. Let me deal with CJ first. CJ is not a figure on the same level as somebody like Al molar. But until about, you know, 7, 9, ten years ago, he was of a similar stature to Al mohler, if not as nationally known. So never quite got to that level, but was kind of on his way there was working with Mueller quite closely in a group of other ministers who were organizing a conference every year called. I think together for the gospel. Danny Louisville.
Crypto Coffee 133
"9 p.m. Wednesday March 8th, 2023. Crypto coffee one 33 technology recap Bitcoin blockstream shares, a new update to the Jade Bitcoin hardware wallet, which can be used fully air gapped for all functionality. Coin telegraph gives a breakdown on the technical discussions that took place at advancing Bitcoin last week in London. Ethereum ETH Denver 2023 took place last week where teams focused on the upcoming Shanghai capella upgrade and the post crypto coffee one 33 appeared first on cipher trace.
AP News Radio
Jaded with education, more Americans are skipping college
"Hundreds of thousands of young people are deciding not to go to college. Boone Williams of Jackson Tennessee says when he and other high school students were sent home during the pandemic, he decided to go to work 6 to 7 days a week, now he's a plumbing apprentice. I was seeing so many people go to college and dropping out, not making it, and they were getting degrees that they weren't even using. Nationwide undergraduate college enrollment dropped 8% from 2019 to 2022. Vicki bunches chief workforce development officer with a greater Jackson Chamber of Commerce. What we're saying is that students can't seem to resist sign on bonuses and wages that far exceed any that they've seen before. Economists say the impact of fewer college graduates could be dire worsening labor shortages and fields from healthcare to information technology. I'm Donna water
AP News Radio
Anders Lee scores twice as Islanders beat Red Wings 4-1
"The islanders did their scoring in the third period to beat the red wings four to one. The isles trailed one nothing until Zach Paris and Anders Lee scored in the first four 39 of the final period. Lee added the final goal of the afternoon. We knew if we kept playing the way we did that, we would generate our opportunities and we just had to find a way to put one in. No adopts and also scored and Ilya siroc and stopped 22 shots as New York stayed among the top 8 teams in the Eastern Conference. The red wings dropped their 5th in a row as their postseason hopes fade. Dylan Larkin scored and Magnus helberg stopped 31 shots for Detroit. I'm Jade berry
AP News Radio
Late goaltending call sends Butler past No. 13 Xavier 69-67
"A goaltending call on Xavier with two seconds to go was the difference. Butler's Eric hunter junior got credit for the basket and the unranked bulldogs upset the number 13 musketeers 69 to 67. Jade and Taylor led butler were 20 points and with two straight wins feels the bulldogs may be turning their season around. The closest to us every day just keep fighting just keep finding just keep getting better. Just keep getting better. Don't even worry about wins and losses. Just keep getting better. I can't explain how proud I am. Xavier fought back from a 14 point halftime deficit but could never get the lead and falls to 19 and 6. Tom mccabe, Indianapolis.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Senator J.D. Vance Unpacks America's Shortsighted Ukraine Strategy
"Think it's so wrong what we are doing with Ukraine. I think that sending tanks to Ukraine is a major mistake. This last election cycle was disappointing. In a lot of different ways, there were a few highlights for me though, getting on a paulina elected. It was definitely a highlight. And the other highlight for me was seeing Jade events become senator. JD Vance, and he joins us now. Senator, welcome to the program. And boy, does it feel good to say that? Thanks, Charlie. It's great to be with you. So senator, tell me, how should we think about Ukraine? You had a lively but mostly peaceful conversation with Brian kilmeade, where you asked the question, what is our ultimate objective? How should we think about Ukraine? Well, I think in two ways Charlie, first we should think, what is our ultimate objective right now? And if I think the Biden administration was being honest, what they would tell you is the ultimate objective here for them is to use as many American weapons and as many American lives to get Russia bogged down in a long-term conflict. And look, I have no love for Russia. It's not my country. America is my country. But I think that poses certain risks, risks of escalating a conflict, risk of the conflict further involving Europe risk potential potentially of a nuclear war God forbid if Russia feels hoard and those are all things that we have to we have to include and think about in our own calculus. I think the flip side of it Charlie is, I ask myself, what is the cost to the United States of this war? And I think the cost is simply too high.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Rep. Rich McCormick: A List of Pending Investigations
"One of the things that we've been asking of our new Republican controlled Congress is how quickly the investigations are going to get underway so we can get to the bottom of situations like this. Yeah, you know, it's a good question because as you've seen things go slow when it comes to holding, especially Democrats accountable, but we do have a lot of things to make right now we obviously have a problem with my artists flying to Congress line to the people we have investigations ongoing on Hunter Biden. Obviously what just happened with the double standard the hypocrisy of the way they held Donald Trump accountable for something did not with Joe Biden. That all needs to change. We have a judicial system that's been broke for a while and very jaded and it's time to get back to business where we actually have a lack of hypocrisy. We actually have a standard that applies to everybody equally.
"jade" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin
"And you know what we love to do. We love to highlight Bitcoin companies that continue to propagate and push that Bitcoin culture forward. And we got rich here as Nico said in the beginning, we're going to push the Jade wallet and talk about all the things here. And I think one of the big things that we got in our chat and rich, I hope I don't put you on the spot here. Someone said in the chat that be aware about the fact that the Jade Bitcoin wallet does not have the secure element. And I have a link here on your guys tradeoffs and why you guys chose that architecture. And so right here, maybe I have the video, I don't know if we want to play the little video Niko or just let rich talk about it and we can explain to the people why you guys chose that architecture and those tradeoffs. Yeah, so I mean, we have to give context about what the tradeoffs are opting. Oh, okay. Well, most Bitcoin wallets, I mean, this is why this is why we have him here. Most Bitcoin wallets, most of our favorite open-source wallets out there have, or not even just open-source wallets. They have a secure element to ensure that your private keys do not get hacked. And look, I'm not the dev here. I just understand the basic architecture that you guys are not using a secure wallet. And this is a secure element, sorry. And this is something that some of our listeners were telling people to continue to talk about and say a PSA about. Yeah, so rich. What is the design idea by not including a secure element? Yeah, so Jade uses a super unique security model. So try to walk through a little bit, but it is as secure as a secure element with more transparency because it is open-source. There's no secure element that's under NDAs and stuff. It also allows us to use commodity hardware, which is less expensive, and we can pass those savings onto users. And it also lets us stay DIY potential DIY potential stays open. So people can build their own JD if they want to. And that's not possible to secure elements. So it's kind of walk through how we do that exactly is start from the beginning.
On The Ledge
"jade" Discussed on On The Ledge
"And in this week's show, I'm talking to the author of a new book called the indoor garden. That's Jade Murray. Plus, we hear from listener Dorian and I answer a question about wick watering. Thank you to Jay plants this week who left me a lovely review. For the show, giving me 5 stars. Thank you so much. And here's a little anecdote when I first moved to the states. My roommate thought my name was James, rather than Jane, for a good few, a good few weeks before I realized that she didn't have my name right. So that was a fun conversation. Shyam retiring English person as I was, it took me a while to pluck up the courage to tell her that she'd got it wrong. Oh gosh. Those were the days. Thank you also to Sara and Luisa, who became legends this week, joining my Patreon clan. When I was doing the cards for my Patreon subscribers at the legend and superfan level, I realized that I have an incredible spread of patrons from around the globe. Everywhere from Long Beach, California to the Falkland Islands, Hong Kong skyscrapers to tiny English villages to the outback of Australia. What a fascinating bunch you are. So if you want to join that Patreon gang, please do check out the show notes at Jane perrone dot com. You can also just give a one off donation via the platform code fine dot com or coffee dot com. I never quite know how to pronounce it after all these years. So if you don't want to give you a regular amount, we just fancy chucking the cost of a cup of coffee at me, then please do that too. It all helps to support the show. Which is after all free and there are almost 200 episodes freely available for you to listen to. If you want to unlock the first 50 episodes of the show, which does include some really epic episodes like the one about the Chinese money plant and house grow and avocado from seed, you can become a patron and that unlocks that content too. Now if there's one thing that today's guest Jade Murray and I have in common is the fact that we both have children and indoor gardens. And that's something we chat about in her interview today. Jade's new book, the indoor garden, get started no matter how small your space is out now, I'll put a link in the show notes to this title in the U.S. is being published under the name beginner's house plant garden, so I'll put links for both the UK and the U.S. edition into the show notes. I had a feeling that Jade's house plant obsession wasn't a new thing in her life, so I wanted to find out first where this all began. So I would start with maybe a child, so I must have been about 6 or 7. And I used to spend a lot of time at my nun's house and she had a balcony garden where I lived at home with my mom. We didn't have a garden. No one in my family actually had gardens, but my nan had a balcony garden. So I used to spend a lot of time as a child, water in her plants, helping her so seeds in and all that sort of stuff. So that was really where my passion and loved plants started as a child. That's really lovely to hear. And I think lots of people will relate to that being the start of their love of plants with a family member. It's a really special thing to enjoy. And here we are now. You've published a book. How did you end up writing a book about houseplants? It's such a random story. So what happened was last year, I think it was April. I was actually washing up my dishes and I was listening to a show over here in the UK called BBC the one show. And one of the presenters presented has said, we're going to be seeing someone who's going to he's got 300 houseplants and we're going to be having a look. So I stopped what I was doing in the kitchen ran to the living room. I thought, oh my gosh, I need to see this woman's 300 house plants because I've got about 70. I want to see what hers looks like. So I was watching the whole segment beautiful house she had loads of house plants. And after that segment, there was a competition that RHS my Chelsea garden competition and that entailed people up and down the UK can submit a photo of either their front garden, that garden, roof terrace, or an alternative garden category. So obviously I entered a photo of my indoor garden, which fitted the category for alternative garden. And I actually went on to win the competition and got RHS gold award for my indoor garden. And on the back of that show, my publishers had reached out and said to me, we loved how you were on BBC the one show. We can't believe how many house partners you've got and the knowledge you've got, you know, we'd love to offer you a book deal. So that was how that came about the book. And what do you think it was about your particular space that inspired the judges to give you the prize? Do you know what? That is actually such a hard question to answer because it's my home and then my plants and I just style them how I want. I suppose it's like I took it for granted, you know, I suppose it's when I'd have visitors and they would come and they'd be like, oh my God, this is beautiful. But it's just because it's mine and it's what I've done. Yeah, so I don't know how to answer that. I don't know why, but I suppose, yeah, they really appreciated how I've styled my plants, how I've taken care of them, and they're very carefully placed in the perfect location with my home. So a lot of the shaded plants that don't like direct light, they're in the perfect location, plants that love brighter light. I have spotlights on them. So they've obviously elements at the one show picked up on and realized that amount of thought and detail I've put into my house plants and well placed them and how I've solved them. Yeah, I mean, looking at the pictures, I can tell that you've got an amazing collection. How many houseplants have you got now? Has it gone up? No, it hasn't gone up. So I'm about 70. Could you fit more in or are you quite? I know you've got children like me. So, you know, you have to be a bit respectful of the fact that they might not want to have be living in an actual jungle. I do have space for more. I've just have to be very disciplined not to get any more. And because it requires a lot of time and care and attention. And at the moment, my time is very limited after the book's been released. So I've been very disciplined and not buying anymore, but no, my kids actually love our indoor garden, especially because they have autism or free of my children. So they've actually found having the indoor plants very therapeutic for them. And I've definitely noticed that in them as well. The benefits of having the indoor garden. That's really interesting. So how do they interact with the plants? Do they get involved with the care or do they just enjoy looking at them or how does that work? So for my daughter who's ten, she's very hands on, she reminds me of me at her age actually when it comes to the plants. So she likes to help me propagate, repotting, wiping down the leaves, keeping them dust free, she's into it, missing them all of that sort of stuff. The boy, my 17 year old son, and my 12 year old son, they more just appreciate the visuals. So the sensory appeal that he has, especially my hanging plants. They love the shadows on the walls that they create. Very sensory for them. So yeah, they all appreciate our Intel garden in their own way. And I've definitely noticed how calm and tranquil it makes the house feel, which definitely has had a positive effect
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie and Producer Andrew Talk Voter Disenfranchisement
"So Andrew, I tweeted and I am now of the opinion that looked the rules of the rules and if you're able to ballot harvest, then we need to do this. I mean, look, we are not going to just accept this below average depressing result. First of all, I think Carrie Lake needs to fight this thing to the bitter end legally. It is so wrong what happened in Maricopa County and we support her completely and totally in this. And it's been very interesting Andrew. The media has actually been very quiet in kind of how they've been talking about this. And I'm sure that's going to change. But I think even deep down the media knows that there was a legitimate voter disenfranchisement and suppression that happened in Maricopa County. One in 5 voting centers went down on election day. Listen, I, you know, I'm usually pretty skeptical about the legal challenges. I think I've been a little bit jaded after 2020 and everything that we went through in that cycle. I think there's a really compelling case to be made in Maricopa. And I think, you know, again, no hopium here, it's an uphill battle any time you say, hey, let's run it back. Let's do this election again. I think there's a really, really compelling argument just given the scale given the number of testimonials. I mean, we have that clip that we could play for the audience here. I mean, it's amazing. And if you guys have that story, go to defend democracy AZ dot com that's defend democracy AZ dot com. Your stories are going to be taken down for possible affidavits and a legal battle that it's going to play out in Arizona. People are asking us how they can support the potential legal bills that are going to come with this legal challenge in Arizona. Just go to Carrie Lake's campaign. I know they're getting that ready right now. But yeah, I mean, it's a really compelling case, Charlie. When you have 70 voting polling places that are not able to tabulate ballots on day of, that's going to disenfranchise overwhelming majority conservative voters that are going to go Carrie Lake and Abe holiday. Now, Carrie Lake still down in the thousands, but Abe's down to like 500 votes right now as of as of right now as we're doing this. So you can't tell me hundred votes. Yeah, you can't tell me that we can't find 500 people that got disenfranchised that day and that would have made a holiday the next attorney general of Arizona.
AP News Radio
Tatum scores 31, Celtics beat Pistons for 4th straight win
"The Celtics own a four game winning streak after Jayson Tatum jaylen Brown and Sam howser carried them to a one 28 one 12 victory against the pistons Tatum had 31 points and 5 assists scoring 16 in the first 5 minutes of the third quarter and 26 after halftime Brown finished with 30 points and 7 rebounds We got a lot of options a lot of threats And so far we've been you know for the most part it's based on the floor The Hauser added a career high 24 points off the bench Jade and ivy had 19 points and ten rebounds in Detroit's fourth loss in 5 games Kate Cunningham was one of 11 from the field and scoring a season low four points I'm Dave ferry
Ask The Health Expert
"jade" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert
"Welcome back. This is the time my favorite time where I answer listeners question. Remember, I always pull these off of social media. So Facebook, JJ virgin official or Instagram, JJ virgin, we look for questions that fit well with whatever I'm talking about. So of course I sought out an exercise question for today. Joan and riverside says JJ, I am training for a marathon, but I heard you say that I shouldn't be doing endurance exercise. So why not? And is there a way I could still do this and stay healthy? All right, so you know, it's interesting. So I was on Dr. Phil for two years back when he first launched the weight loss challenges. And we had two gals who wanted to train for a marathon. And we were really clear with her, Robert Reeves, who was the trainer on the show, the nutritionists, and then doctor Diaz, who was the Doc on the show, that this was going to be make it super hard for them to be successful in the program. But they persisted and insisted in actually they were the two that didn't win. That really kind of slid back. And here's why. Endurance training is super stressful on our bodies. And you've already heard that our bodies are much more like Ferraris, Aston Martins, right? And this creates a lot of stress hormones. So what happens when you're doing this moderate intensity endurance training is you create a lot of oxidative stress, which is very aging and you raise stress hormones and break down muscle and you actually make your body worse at storing at burning fat. So you're aging faster, you're lowering your immune system, you're breaking down muscle, you're raising stress hormones. These are all actually the opposite of what we're trying to achieve, right? And I mean, it takes a lot of time. So rather than that, I have people do just what Jade was talking about. Go out and walk your dog. Take those leisurely strolls, especially in the sunshine so you're also getting your vitamin D and boosting your serotonin. Great if you're doing with your dog, it's perfect. That's why I think everyone should have a dog. That because it's also a great dog these are just a great way to just balance out and lower your stress hormones. So my perfect thing would be doing that and then doing some high intensity interval training short. You only need to accumulate four day total minutes of bursting. So that's three days a week, you know? And I don't know, ten, 20 minutes. And then you can add some resistance training in after that. But if you do absolutely you want to do this marathon, it's a personal best thing. You just want to check it off your bucket list and I've had people do this. I had another client do this. And so what I did was we did the minimal amount of endurance style training that we needed to do, and then we added in burst style training within that endurance training. And then we made sure we were doing a lot to help her recover from the stress hormone activation. So one of the big key things to do is a lot of antioxidants to help neutralize all the oxidative stress, but also vitamin C, which is super key and really important because it lowers those stress hormones. So I was majorly upping the vitamin C to help there as well. But the biggest takeaway again here is if you're doing that type of training because you think it's going to get you leaner fitter healthier it ain't. You're going to get better off by doing the things that Jade talked about, which is getting your sauna I'll put in the notes references for the sunlight and sauna that I have that I use in my garage that I love so much. Get more sleep 8 to 9 hours of quality sleep. Do some great walking with your Friends have walking dates, walk your dog. But remember, I don't count that as exercise. That's simple, easy. That's not meant to be out there sweaty hard. Do some things that are relaxing, calming for you. That could be some restorative yoga, could be massage, you know, find those things that work for you. I personally like massage more than yoga, I admit it. Facials, Manny petties, that kind of stuff. And then some high intensity interval training and resistance style training, which I like to put together when I'm really time crunched because then I just did a 15 to 20 minute workout. I got everything in. So that's the cool news here is that you can do all this, save a lot of time, get better results, all right? And I have seen it time and time again, people, it's the cross fitting keto keto, and it does not we do not wear it well. I see people getting more belly fat getting losing muscle and looking more haggard. And I'm pretty sure that's not the outcome you're going for. All right, so thank you so much for that, Joan. And I want to thank when's in heels. When's in heels? When's in heels? I love that. For her 5 star review. I'm just assuming it's a her because it's Wednesday heels. Okay, I'm gonna make a guess. Fantastic information. She says, this was an amazing podcast. JJ always delivers the most amazing guest. Honestly, life-changing. And thank you for that. You know what? I do get these great guests. I am so fortunate to know just an amazing crew of people and I love love love sharing them with you and I also love reading these reviews and they help a lot by the way. People trying to decide who they're going to listen to. They see a reviews and they go, I'm in. So if you haven't left one yet, can I ask for a little help here and leave a review I'd love to feature you on my next podcast. All right, see you next time.
AP News Radio
Michigan State players rough up Michigan players in tunnel
"Authorities are investigating an alleged assault involving players for Michigan and Michigan state following the wolverines 29 7 win over the Spartans Social media posts showed at least three Spartans pushing punching and kicking wolverines defensive back Jade M Mac Burroughs in the tunnel Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh says the second player was also attacked and one of those players might have a broken nose Police from both schools are investigating Michigan's AD says Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren is also looking into the fracas I'm Dave ferry
Robert Cahaly: Walker Leading in GA, Masters Closing In AZ
"Now what I'm seeing is that every single one of these states where they were counting out Republican candidates in Mitch McConnell was trashing them Has tightened up even some of the Republican Senate candidates have bleeding a little bit ahead of the Democrats Is that what you're saying That's exactly right We see walker emerging ahead in Georgia We see Blake masters closing within a point and a half in Arizona We see Doctor Oz it just under two Down in Pennsylvania we've never thought Jade events could lose would lose or was losing And we don't really think North Carolina competitive either And we've got Nevada with Republicans up with lax out of two polls in a row And we even had a Washington state with smile and behind patty Murray by a couple points
The Ed Mylett Show
Eric Thomas Wants Obstacles to Excite People Not Hinder Them
"I'm telling y'all. You gotta stop looking at obstacles as something that's meant to stop you and you gotta start looking at it like, wow, this is exciting. This gonna be fun. I'm gonna get through this and listen to me. I love DD too much to let anything stop her from living a life she wanna live. I love Jalen too much Jada too much to come to my children and say, look y'all, I wanted to have a good life y'all. I wanted y'all to be blessed, but there's something in this earth called trials and tribulation and me people and roadblocks and set, I'm not giving my wife no excuses. I'm not gonna even have a conversation with them about what's going on. I'm just gonna go hand to it and come back to the crib with the blessings. They don't even gotta know ad what I'm going through to get them, but I love Dede too much. Jalen too much, jaded too much. My mom, God, I love God too much, no weapon formed against me, she'll prosper. I can do all things through Christ. That's true to me. Like, I just believe in God too much to give negative stuff more credit than it deserves. Aware? Absolutely. Notice that it's here absolutely. Be real about what's ahead of me? Absolutely. But then it stopped me absolutely not.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
How Long Before Will Smith Escapes?
"Listen, I don't care what you think. This whole thing is going to end. You'll see, this marriage is going to end. The kids are old enough now. The kids are both all enough now that Will Smith can make his escape and still find another woman ten years younger than Jada and be happy. Or maybe keep it jaded and say, I don't really care about the age, he finds another woman that makes him happy. You know, when there's no love being served at the table, how long do you still sit at the table, especially when your wife is humiliating you and castrating you in public constantly, bro? You know, I think if Will Smith wants to not compound the fact that he has become an international embarrassment and a pariah in Hollywood on top of that. I mean, he'll work again because he makes too much money in the industry, but they're not going to keep your hands off him for long, but you know, they're staying away for now. And a lot of people in the business are saying, hey, take his Oscar way. But, you know, if you haven't taken Harvey Weinstein's Oscar way or Roman Polanski, you can't take Will Smith's way for a smack. It was a bad look. The worst look is all black production team didn't escort him out. Well, didn't sit down and talk to him and take him in the back and comb off and just skip his Oscar. I mean, I know it's a big Oscar, but like, hey man, we gotta think about this. They look ridiculous. Condoning the big assault in public and handing him his Oscar and then he'll make a big speech about how he serves God and all his bullshit. Oh, please, man. The whole thing's gonna end. The kids are old enough, Will Smith, get the hell out of the house, you have plenty more homes for about $400 million, but he's gonna have to make a break from Jada, even if they are secret scientologists. There's still ways he can do this without losing too much face.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Lying Jada Pinkett Smith Is Evil
"I have to put some more juice, so I'm more gas on Jada Pinkett Will Smith family fire. So Jada Pinkett's family, which is normally big mouth family. They've been very tight lipped after the whole Oscar SmackDown. By year, she's told some friends that she wishes will didn't get so angry and smacked Chris Rock. Well, that's a bullshit lie because if you've ever seen the shot of that night from behind, Jade is head. You know, we saw the shot up close with wills behind Will Smith's body, but if he does a shot with the cameras way back and you can see the back of Jada's bald head and you can see what she does when will is walking up to the stage. And you know, if you remember, she's told friends she wishes will didn't get so angry and assault Chris. But again, it's a lie because when the shot I saw and it's out there on the Internet. The shot of will hitting rock. You can see Jada's head fall forward and her body laugh and she actually claps one of two times after the snack. So who is this succubus kidding? She doesn't like the fallout and how it makes her look, but she liked what she saw that night. Don't let her fool you. This whole thing's also twisted and I hope we've gotten everybody off of it. It's a hoax bullshit, but this whole thing is so twisted. How well is seen laughing at the softest, most meaningless joke that Chris Rock's ever came up with, but as soon as he catches Jada rolling her eyes, like her powers consume him and that's when he stops laughing and does what he did. And while he does it, she's laughing and clapping. Do you know anyone who's more calculated and evil than that?
The Larry Elder Show
Ukraine's Zelenskiy Tells EU: 'Prove That You Are With Us'
"About the video call by zelensky. Two European leaders is a big article about it in The Washington Post, which I read so you don't have to. Headline historic sanctions on Russia had roots. In emotional appeal from zelensky. Sub headline, a video call by the Ukrainian wartime leader, prompted jaded European leaders to act. And the article talks about how there were a handful of important leaders most notably Germany, reluctant to proceed with the harshest of sanctions. The Chancellor told reporters that he wanted to focus on, implementing sanctions that were already approved before enacting, knew more severe ones. Had a little debate they decided not to do much of anything. Until zelensky called him. Via a teleconference, and in 5 minutes, speaking from the battlefield in Kyiv. He pleaded with these European leaders. For an honest assessment of its country of its country's ambition to join the European Union,
Talk Is Jericho
"jade" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Us being off to like three, 4 o'clock in the morning, I want to sleep all day. So, you know, you have to give praise to the people at home. And that hope, the foundation to make sure that we're okay at work. So it's good for her to see that too. Yes, yes, yes, yes. Mom, the superhero. Yeah, and I want her to know that her mom's a superhero. But also I had to also know that anything I'm doing is just the floor to her foundation. Sure. She can do anything. Any and everything she wants to do. I mean, look who we had is the president, guys. Anybody can be president today. Are you a fan of storm from the X-Men? I love storm. Oh my gosh. You should be playing storm. Man, I would love that. I would love that. Listen, I'm taking acting classes right now. So marvel call me, I am here. I'm ready. I am so ready. They have a storm yet? No, they don't. Perfect. I've been hearing about two, three different people, but I don't have the Hollywood connections to it's like to be in that type of role. You have to have played like some tremendous roles. You know, and I've heard about people skipping the line and playing such tremendous roles, but you know, you have to have the connections in this type of world now. I want TV stars. Man, I know, hey guys, marvel call me up, Jade cargill. I would love to play storm, okay? I'm serious. I'll make a couple calls. All right, I'll do any and everything you guys need me to do to play this role. I will do it. I would embody storm. I already have the look, let's kill it. Last question for you of all your 23 matches. Which one of them stands out as your favorite? Um. Let me think about that. That's a good question. Probably my debut match. Problem is because you know what? I felt like the heat was on. Because it was a big moment and it's my first, like, this is what you guys are gonna remember. Remember me as far as coming out. And I remember the pressure and just the publicity around that match. It was so negative. Everything was just so negative. She's never wrestle, like, look at him. He's the third. He's never Russell. It was just so much negative energy around that match. And remember, I never got on Twitter proud of being a wrestler. So after my debut, as far as my promo, everything was just so negative from there on out. It was a lot of light spots, but everything when it came to my name was just so dark. And so it was just the time for me to just wake up and just say, you know what? I have to show these people who I am. It was just a lot of my shoulders. And that I can say, I look back at that match. I'm like, you did it. You did it. Everybody thought this was going to be such a shit match. And you did it. Well, everybody in this match contributed. It was a great phenomenal match. I actually had fun. I remember red velvet. She hit her stand and moose saw when she had her moon saw. And she landed on me and she was like, let's go. Nobody sees that, but she was like, no. And on the inside I just bubbled up. I was like, yes, this feels good. It was just awakening. I felt really good throughout that much. It was a great debut and a great first champion here. Yes, the first TV. That bitch show guy. It's awesome to have you congratulations. I look forward to many more huge moments from you. I'm going for the big belt next guy. Just wait for it. Oh, here we go. Yeah, right? Right two bouts. We need two belts..
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"jade" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Cargill here and you have a giant smile on your face. I do, how are you doing? I'm doing good. It's very exciting for you because we've known each other basically since you are starting to think about coming here. Literally. About a year ago or yeah, so remember you tried to help me with my name and we sat up all night I think to like 4 o'clock in the morning and you were like, yeah, let's just stay here. We're trying to think of something. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Did I come up with anything decent at all? No, you were like, we literally sat there from one to 4 o'clock in the morning and you were like, there has to be something better. There has to be something better. No, no. This is so funny because now as I Jade cargill is a great name. Yeah, yeah, right? Right? I always think about that, though, like I always think about the show business side of things and kind of like can we jazz this up a bit, whatever meanwhile sometimes you don't even need that because you are the show business, the look and everything like that, right? Thanks. You know, you feel good. So let's talk about, first of all, I would be in the first women's TBS champion. I mean, that should be making you feel pretty good as well. I feel amazing. It's a blessing, you know? It's a lot of my shoulders, but it's a privileged first to hold a boat in general. So I'm blessed. I'm very thankful. I'm just ready to turn it up into walking to these big shoes and just kill it. 'cause you've been pretty much a natural since you got here because I think you've only been wrestling a little bit over a year. Not even that. My debut match was in March. So not even. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It seems like such a long time ago, but yeah, so about ten months. Yeah. That's pretty rare for somebody with that level of experience. It is. Championship. You know what? I was thrown in the water, but I told myself, you know what, you gotta swim. You gotta swim. I know one thing in wrestling is people never forget, 'cause you can easily go back to whatever that is. So I was just like, you know what? I'm gonna kill it. I'm gonna make everybody remember my name, and I'm doing it. So I'm very proud in ten months. I mean, I'm on a stage where people have been doing this for ten, 15, 20 years. So I'm just, I just remind myself to take it easy with myself and just you know when you go out there and take it all in and every time I just bring something back that I've learned. Because that's something too like, for example, when I started wrestling, if you were just getting into the business, you could have years of wrestling small indie shows and high school gyms and all that sort of stuff to learn. And make mistakes. Yes. They never had that. No, I have no room, you know what, if I do, let's just say I do. The fans won't let me forget. So it's like every time I go out there, it's like, all right, Jade, you gotta turn it up. You gotta kill it. You can't let them have anything to say after this match. So literally people are watching me, but they're not understanding this overall. My whole life is my 23rd match ever. Ever. Like, no, how shows, no school shows, no nothing. Like, this is raw, like what you're getting is raw. And you know, I'm being compared to people who've been doing this for 5, ten years who had the best trainers and who've been in these training schools, just repeatedly doing things over and over and over and over. So I'm very thankful for the comparison 'cause I'm like, all right, things like I didn't have all this. I didn't have the top trainers training me. I didn't have the In-N-Out training to be to that to that level. So I'm happy where I'm at, you know? Like, I'm learning on the job. And if something goes wrong, then I learn from that mistake and I'm bringing that into the next match that I have. Was it hard at first because this day and age and if you go on the dreaded social media, which is a mistake that a lot of people with, even people with lots of experience do, it can kind of bring you down, especially wrestling fans because they can be very sharp tongue and negative exactly. Did that affect you when you first came in? Were you going on social media checking? So I made a Twitter for wrestling. That's it. I made a Twitter in college, didn't like it, got rid of it, and then when I became a part of AW, I read it was like, you know, you need a Twitter. You need a Twitter. You need to engage with your fans more. I was like, all right, I'll make a Twitter, but I know this is like a whole. Well, okay, let's do it. To me, no. Just because I know and being that I was an athlete previously from being here, you know, the man that pays me. The Booker, that's who matters. My coaches, they matter the veterans here who've done this and are doing it. They matter..
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"jade" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Talk is Jericho baby. Mama told me. All right, welcome to talk is Jericho, it's the part of thunder and rock and roll and it's Friday. So first up, it's the Duff mckagan joke. Of the week. Chris Jackson here. Listen, I'm just helping a new perfume for introverts. It's called leave me the Corona. Thank you very much. Goodbye. I love it. Duff is always with us on Friday. Never lets us down. Thank you to mister mckagan. And speaking of never letting us down, how about AEW's first ever and current TBS women's champion Jade cargill, a feat she accomplished with just 23 matches under her belt. Think about that. How'd she do that? She's gonna tell us Jade's detailing her journey to pro wrestling, her rapid rise at AW and how she really feels about learning on the fly when it comes to wrestling. She's talking about the WWE tryout she had before signing with AEW and what made her ultimately choose our company. We're breaking down her first ever match, which is the one she had on AW dynamite live with Shaquille O'Neal versus Cody Rhodes and red velvet. And we're going match by match through her tournament run that ended with her being crowned at TBS champ. We're also talking about her influences China, macho man Randy Savage, dealing with criticism. Her goals for the coming year, Jade cargill is on the way it's time for that bitch podcast. And so is fozzie saved the world tour. We're starting at March 31st in Detroit rock city. We're being on The Rock all around the United States, Connecticut, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Texas, Nevada, California,.
"jade" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Just finished january ovitz's book on the indie split about to flip over in another octane. Press release on the life and career of a pivotal member of the unser racing family. Al unser jr. a checkered past tells the story a little success on the racetrack. His impact on canadian racing and racers his struggles with drugs and alcohol in his recovery to help young drivers succeed our guest bestselling author of this book. Here's jade girth part one on race. Line radio his impact on the canadian story might be undeniable but for you overall. What convinced you that. This was the right time to help out tell his story warts and all and published this book. Why now. It was really a scenario where i had written a book with. John andretti Before he pass he's just was such a wonderful human being and i love his family. It happens. John's family attorney. Also is al juniors attorney okay and al had actually been thinking about. The time was right for him to do a book up and he actually took an online course on how to write a book decided that his story was a little too important for him to do it. As as a writing rookie. They reached out to me. I couldn't take a yeah fast enough. But he and i cross paths in the past and i was really thrilled. They asked me to help. Put his story in the word and it's important to note that he wanted to write this book himself but decided to story was complex in emotional. And as as you said important. Did you have to steer him in a different processor timeline. Jade from what. He may have had in mind originally when he wanted to do it himself or any pretty much. Follow your roadmap on how the story should unfold. Because whenever you're doing one of these books and you're you're the pro not me but an observation. You've got to do these very carefully. Did you have to steer away from what he wanted to do to get this done. No we when he and i. I saw I hate to say ground rules. 'cause sound quite right but we kind of set the parameters young admitted right up front. I want to be honest. I wanna tell things that maybe don't even make me look very good But it's him telling the truth was very important. He feels like if there are people out there that may be struggling with Issues of alcohol or drugs that Maybe his story can be A lesson or a guide of how not to do it but d- how to kind of come back from from that trouble so So he was very open. Very honest Boy we you know. We shared so much and i think the news conference that you joined us with. He admitted There were times when we'd have to stop yes. He just became too emotional. And and i you know it was. I sort of base my response on on him and I i give him all all the credit in the world for being open and honest about About his life. Yeah that's that's amazing to to learn that it got so emotional that he had to stop because he was in a flood of tears. But i mean he told you up front that he wanted to be a hundred percent open about this and i don't think he disappointed he no he. He really didn't end. There were times when honestly he was very open about himself and his struggles but Didn't want to. I trying to think of the best way to put this. Ah wanna throw anyone else under the bus or germ. He was always very careful about You know telling his story and not trying to You know to bring down anyone else. and so you know that that was not always easy but He just see so good to work with that I think that the book I think both race fans and people that may be struggling with some of his issues Will will really get a lot without a doubt with jade gersh author of the book. Al unser jr. checkered past from octane presses. Our special guest across canada on the race line radio network from his to indianapolis five hundred wins and ninety two and ninety four as part of the first family of the indy. Five hundred nine unser wins of the classic in total his to indycar championships. His downfall multiple arrests for dwi mental health issues substance abuse touched on it. The life of allen's for junior's been called turbulent jade but fascinating. You obviously have to agree with that. But what you needed it to come off as genuine was tough one for you to do no it was. It was talking sense that he and i became quite close while working on this so stories that were emotional for him became emotional for me as as the author To take his words. I really felt pressure to present his words in a way that was Honest and straightforward i. I didn't want to try to glorify anything. I've written books in the past where you know i admit to making some of these drivers Muller heroics and maybe was always. I know what you i know what you mean. I know what you mean. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Yeah but But without junior You know we talked about so many great racing stories as well. I don't want people to think this is only Bad news at town or You know that that family or were full characters and and really portrays him beautifully and You know his career You mentioned some of. His accomplishments really was amazing behind the wheel. So we certainly get all the good behind the scene stories of being at the racetrack. You know it's interesting to jay that al said that his dad big alan his late uncle bobby before he passed. Were kind of scared of this book. And what it might reveal it. Is there a reason for that. And if you're telling the truth is there a reason to be frightened of what becomes public you know. Are the answers very very private. People as is that. Why there's fear there I'm not sure about private. But they they felt like he was taking risks by admitting to so much. I see you know he. He's gone through so much. That was you know it was in all the tabloids and it made for you know sensationalism and and all of that. So it's not that this was a total secret that he had his struggles. But i think for them. It was emotional to see him in context. yeah you know where he he laid it all out you know. He really was very open about everything. So i i i think they're. They're being scared was concerned for him. But you know maybe he's Admitting to march or something but Alice vary Very headstrong from day. One about this is. This is my story and i want to be open about it. So there were days when he talked to them and then call me and say man. They're scared if i say this or that But i you know. I think that's just his family I don't know if being protective is the word they just. They're they are concerned That he you know he'll say things that people might hold against him. But yeah but you know. I i don't know i think that's a natural family. I suppose. Yeah we kinda care for each other you know. Bring him close and they're they're just they wanna make sure that You know this is handled well and so we'll see. I think people are to really appreciate that honesty or produces open the door. I'm encouraged by the various part. One with author j gerson his best selling book. Alan's our junior a checkered past from octane. Press due for an october release. We'll have part two with jade on the book next week on race. Line radio okay. Well let's prep for the final pitstop. Then we'll be back for.
Hollywood Is Remaking Whitney Houston’s Iconic Film ‘the Bodyguard’
"Love the bodyguard. Well now it's getting a remake in fans are divided. Are you here for bodyguard or you know. You can't remake an iconic legendary film like this. I mean it grows over. Four hundred million in the worldwide box office. It was the best selling soundtrack of all time. We got heads for wendy. Used in what we don't need another kid whitney sing that song again and i don't want to hear it. Don't do it. Everyone's trying to do it all the time. Don't do it.
"jade" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Let's talk dancing with the stars controversy. It's igniting over whether or not olympia j deserves to be contested. She's a daughter of laurie. Lachlan and they've been wrapped up in this whole college admissions scandal. Now we just talked to host tyra banks who said give girl chance. Listen to this. Olivia jade super brave. I think she's super brave to come out. I think she's like i'm tired of people talking about me. It's time for me to tell my story. And i'm going to do it on national television and i'm going to do dancing with the stars. Ought to be right there with her helping her to tell her story. There's just so much tire knows about controlling that narrative also likes underdog to you know what i mean Yeah but she's she's like okay. This girl she's gone through it like we've been talking about it. She has been crucified for all of the things that she and her parents and whoever advise them did and you know i was a teenage. We were all teenagers once and we didn't make the best decisions all the time but we were on some crazy platform all the time. I mean maybe you guys were not all your rate. Also she was influenced by adults. She didn't make these decisions by herself. So errands told this was the thing to do because again they were advised to do that. And i think. And i said this two and a half years ago when we were talking about this this is starting to rival khloe interest with the amount of time. We've spoken about it. But they're from a very affluent area in los angeles. And i think that was part of the culture where every family was like. We're gonna get our kids in college and this is how you do it. Obviously that way of life is not acceptable and doesn't work in which is why the whole system came crashing down because you can't illegally get your kid into school but i don't think that they were necessarily bad people. I think they made bad decisions. Laurie has done her time. Masato has done his time. Is he still in prison. Urged their time like let the girl. The girl is how old twenty two years old not even like. I just feel like at some point. It's like an know even going to one tires like you know. She needs to tell her side of this. It's like what's her side of the story her parents and we're going to get you in to see. This is what you need to do. Do it when you're seventeen years old. Sixteen you listen to your
DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade
"Talk dancing with the stars controversy. It's igniting over whether or not olympia j deserves to be contested. She's a daughter of laurie. Lachlan and they've been wrapped up in this whole college admissions scandal. Now we just talked to host tyra banks who said give girl chance. Listen to this. Olivia jade super brave. I think she's super brave to come out. I think she's like i'm tired of people talking about me. It's time for me to tell my story. And i'm going to do it on national television and i'm going to do dancing with the stars. Ought to be right there with her helping her to tell her story. There's just so much tire knows about controlling that narrative also likes underdog to you know what i mean Yeah but she's she's like okay. This girl she's gone through it like we've been talking about it. She has been crucified for all of the things that she and her parents and whoever advise them did and you know i was a teenage. We were all teenagers once and we didn't make the best decisions all the time but we were on some crazy platform all the time. I mean maybe you guys were not all your rate. Also she was influenced by adults. She didn't make these decisions by herself. So errands told this was the thing to do because again they were advised to do that. And i think. And i said this two and a half years ago when we were talking about this this is starting to rival khloe interest with the amount of time. We've spoken about it. But they're from a very affluent area in los angeles. And i think that was part of the culture where every family was like. We're gonna get our kids in college and this is how you do it. Obviously that way of life is not acceptable and doesn't work in which is why the whole system came crashing down because you can't illegally get your kid into school but i don't think that they were necessarily bad people. I think they made bad decisions. Laurie has done her time. Masato has done his time. Is he still in prison. Urged their time like let the girl. The girl is how old twenty two years old not even like. I just feel like at some point. It's like an know even going to one tires like you know. She needs to tell her side of this. It's like what's her side of the story her parents and we're going to get you in to see. This is what you need to do. Do it when you're seventeen years old. Sixteen you listen to your
Dumb People Town
"jade" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"The great jade pro are very. We loved her as a standup as an actress. As the host of a fantastic show on the old Streamers but As an actress. I thought you. I've just. We've always said this to you. And i've seen you like as you been like testing for pilots and stuff and i always want to give you the most confidence when you go into test because i loved. How much improvised in and play. 'cause jane i do it all the time like when we're on set and we're doing and they let us do it but like you came up with something new and different and buys mind line. We live exactly who this character was. Every time i was like. You're you and the best part is that it was the character of a horror born jade. You've you've inhabited this no but you are so funny and so good on those who can't don't just wanna act yes people just let us fucking act already short film this over this past weekend and we just did and we helped sort of improvised some of the the lines and then once we got into what we were improvising and we figured out just sitting like video village watching like a beautiful camera. Shot of the single on. Jay was like in this thing and man i love working. I missed right. Dan sad dan me they won't now. I'm just stuck at home. Making self tape. Says if i want to make a short film every single day you'll get back you'll get back So the special that you recorded a sham. The van jam in the van that we did and we open for. You was so good. It was songs. Psalms musical it was it was just cool. I stand up. Act stand up music. Special dream is to have a variety show on the road. I obviously i want to have it on broadway like bigger things dancers bubble blah. But i have to tell you guys. Cutting it together has been rough. I cannot watch my stand up. I'm one of those people. Like i just honestly it's cringe like i don't think it's good enough. It doesn't look good enough. Go to it like all these little things. I'm still. I need to tie allowing someone else that you really trust. What it together. You know what i mean. I cut a few songs together. And send it to my reps week's waiting. I waiting for guffman for government. I've worked with him before. Oh nice. i'm dripping slime from the movie so funny so It was just. I loved it. We're in so you're gonna put it all together and then go sell it or i have a documentary that i'm kind of pitching right now about me going back to brazil and doing standard portuguese bubble blah and we were hoping to piggyback off of that with the special so we'll see where it land but otherwise i'm just gonna put it out on my grab. It would keep an eye out. We're there for the second felt good. Second one was amazing. I think we'll but you need you need that. First one to then get to the second one That's been cooking during the day or it's like sushi for breakfast. Daniel was just on tour out on the road At dana van kirk dot com is Just check out because the dates will eventually pop up as the world rescheduling business. But i think. I'm still doing high plains festival in september so pretty exciting. That's great we'll be. Yeah we're gonna go to moon tower september twenty third the twenty fifth. Ann arbor October twenty second. Twenty third at the ann arbor comedy showcase the crocodile which is like a very cool place love in seattle. Never heard of that place. Awesome legendary rock. Last time we were there we just walked in. We can like this place. Looks so cool. And peter buck was playing from. Rem was like just sitting in with the band there. Little eight very cool So that's happening the weekend before thanksgiving Tempe improv the tenth and then super dot com. Look up our data and some dates. Go to see comedy. I'm unavailable you're taking a month off which actually highly think is very smart you. It'll it will re sort of adjust your brain won't hate stand up anymore you'll re- you come at it reenergize but then i'm back in october. Come see me at the punchline line at the end of october there we go. that's ideal jumping another story. Are you ready out. I tried buddy at out. Look the story. i'm about to read you. Guys is ridiculous stupid. And i'm not even sure that it's real. I looked it up. I couldn't find out that it was fake. I'm sure we always great townie. Somebody will be. Oh this was a joke. Yeah i don't comedies. Real is so. I'm gonna treat it as it's just dumb no matter what let's do it. Did you. not send like an official link till like a. Oh it's from c net which is like this usually correct. Oh but sometimes things pop up in. Its going to treat it like it's dumb. it's real. Yeah let's play it real ready for the headline yes. Company sells jeans designed to make it look like you. Wet yourself. Bobby lee would by that. This quarter been lived in. But also tim robinson has a sketch where it looks like..
Exploring The Halloween Party Murder of Arpana Jinaga
"The time of the halloween party in two thousand eight. Jay was in his thirties successful programmer. He lived in the seattle area but he kept in touch with a lot of friends. Back home including dr. Jim naga whose daughter had moved down the road from j to an apartment complex in redmond very beautiful girl betty brainy and all. She's very kidding. I noticed that you speak about her in the present tense. Yes yeah three days after the costume party at the valley view jay woke up. Walk downstairs checked his phone. He saw a bunch of miss calls from arpan his dad. He called dr genego back immediately and he could hear his friend was in a bad place. There was no sign of arben banana. She wasn't answering her phone. Her friends sri aletha couldn't get in touch with her either. J. hung up and tried arpanet himself. Nothing like calling back and saying that it's going to iceman and what are you going to do. you said. Can you go and check on her. Jade bandarban has pleased once before but all he remembered was that you had to walk up a set of stairs to the top floor to be honest. I don't even know the unit number. So that's why i took the steps then. I was knocking on the door and map for almost like thirty forty seconds. No one was there. Then i read then again not to play. That's what i saw that. I don't even know who he is. The guy j saw coming towards him was in his mid twenties. The goatee and sideburns. Average build and height was cameron johnson. Arpan is next door neighbor. And i asked him dino this he said yeah i know so. Ask him which lives by. Then mehan cameron. We both standing just in front of that apartment. J. push gently on the door and a bolt fell off. Someone seemed to have bashed it in. The lock was broken. And there were splinters. All around the chan- then. I talked to cavern. I asked like it looks like somebody broke her apartment. What the hell is going on right. So can you help me out. He said okay. Then we both went inside about. I was cut basically. Jay was yelling calling for our puna but no one was answering.
The Divine I AM
"jade" Discussed on The Divine I AM
"Where we bring spiritual and metaphysical awareness from the heart to the public. And it's my pleasure today to introduce jade raider. She's an m. path whisper a multidimensional guide master energy alchemist and retreat leader. And she's created her very own healing modality clear channel technique and she's a passionate advanced master practitioner of the ancient hawaiian practice. Hoon allow a heya. Welcome welcome jade aloha. We saw low everyone so excited to be here to share today. Oh i'm so happy. So excited about this and i just want to give a little intro as to how i met jade. I met her through finding an article. About how highly sensitive people are often diagnosed or so say mis diagnosed with adhd and add and like me a so called on like so i was like oh i got to have you on here. And what's funny. Lisa is the marketing galahad at that time is like you can't write about things so far off topic and it is off topic. It's who i am when we share who we are. It really supports others in looking through a lens to see more and more of who they are right and we're so much more than we could ever imagine. And that's what's so exciting to me. It is it is. I'm just excited that you're here. I know a big impact. And i don't know how many other people that joined us. But it's like wow way. I didn't realize it till later in life. I didn't realize well i was always a super sensitive emotional drama queen child and adult and i think i was. It was two thousand and five. So i was thirty nine when an amazing practitioner that i met looked at me and said sweetie. You're an impact. And i'm like what's hemp. And she's her definition was at that time someone who feels other's emotions and feels others pain which i had my entire life yet. I believe it's much much more than that. We'll talk about that yet. Like you're saying you know you were quite a bit older when you figure it out. Your aunt pat about twenty five twenty six years ago. A gentleman named robert. I believe at least the the research that i've seen..
The Essential Oil Revolution
"jade" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"Go. I've got the amazing. Jade shoots with us here today We're gonna talk about a superfund topic today. Which is essentially essential oils for face. Care skin-care. I wanted to call it face care but it doesn't quite sound as romantic as bb skin care cosmetics. Or something but i do want to focus on the face and how we can take care of our beautiful skin. Four days to come easing essential oils so for those who are unfamiliar with jade. She's been with us before. She's one of my. Just i go to experts in the entire aromatherapy field. She's one of my favorite educators out there. She's empowering so many future generations of aromatherapy is with her school and courses she certifies aromatherapist. She's always concocting brilliant recipes up for her students and for her people So jade wanted to fill us in on the details around your business and what you do. And then we'll dive in right. So i am the founder director of education at the school for matic studies. and samantha shared. I do quite a lot of blending and formulating and making skin products. It's one of our Subjects that i feel the school specializes in using essential oils and other botanical ingredients for skin health And of course. Now as i mean i've always taken good care of my skin's but as a person menopausal women it's become even more crucial so Yeah so that's we're going to kind of dive into a lot of different ingredients. We can use Force taking cars the facial skin but of course all of our body as well but the face is exposed constantly to environment and So we wanna take Extra special care artificial skin so absolutely Is our largest organ. That's correct so we need to give it lots and lots of love. Let's start out with this kind of the why. Why would someone want to take the time to make their own skin. Care products out of essential oils. Or maybe they have the budget to go out and buy homemade or premade Facial care products that are incorporating essential oils into them. Already what are the advantages of that versus just like buying your skin care products off the shelf. Yeah i think the biggest reason to create a make your own skin care. Products is just having control over what ingredients are in it. It just allows you to be more creative in your selection of different ingredients And you know you know the quality. That's gone into that product that you've made so you know i i i. I do buy some products. You know from suppliers You know from a particular. Skincare line. That i personally enjoy but i tend to also make a lot of our own products. Be it for my son. My husband myself Yeah that would be the number one reason control over the quality what's gone into the product And it just feels great to know like you made something. Do you know for yourself. That's really nourishing whereas deny even like different lines. That could be you know Ingredients you would prefer not having on your skin or preservatives that you don't want to be using you know so yeah. I think that that would be the core of why. I think it's beneficial to make your products. There is something so empowering feeling about making your own products to an extent. I made this and i'm using it as it's a great feeling And it's fun to be kind of an alchemist. Well without the bottles and the oils and things like that. As far as the efficiency or efficacy of skin care have you. You've been a lot of different things over the years as far as what works better. Let's say off the shelf or homemade essential oils. Dc a big difference. There one of the biggest differences i would say in Homemade product versus buying product off. The shelf is the use of how much alcohol is in the product to not have been working with some premade. Cream sauce like Just because a lot of our students ask for you know what premade creams.
Doug Loves Movies
"jade" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"He's so there meghan ryan russell crowe movie. I bet there is in life. Call three days no at least saigon. An answer a yeah. I don't have one said three day. A great player. Sorry i mean. I look forward to us doing show tomorrow. Yeah and stick around. We'll do some plugs at the end. Jade okay okay. This is not thinking. I might just give you another with this. I just saw this movie. She's married adam sandler and then they go to hawaii. He's gotta hawk girlfriend moves. He's like really bad. The kid and some south happens in hawaii and man. I wish you could just go. I'm just gonna go with it. go with it. i don't know it's not just. Isn't it a crazy book because it's only two chapters movies. I said it already my bad though. No no no. I just all you have to use. Repeated go with discover the just go with it destroyed. I love the you know that much about that movie and you seem it does the title of it. Yeah i didn't go with it. That's why i don't know the title do do this. The blonde girls pretty hot. And then i was like no can't do atom. Sorry okay. So eric did anything else. Come to you in during that no you. I can't even though russell crowe movie. I can't think i know meg ryan. It doesn't sound familiar. I'm just picturing picturing their faces now which is probably throwing me off. It's not used to look like. I think i'm out man. I can't come up with anything. That's fair i mean. Thank you playing. And doug looks like he wants to talk but i don't wanna talk right now. It's my turn you talk the game's not right Okay just felt like you wanna say an answer really bad and it's my turn. I'm going to say proof of life. God okay three days. Not even close that i j view of us you i find. I've used my all right. Congratulations jay helped me a lot. I'll say that. I liked it just went with it. Let's let you start first. Jade what do you got to plug. What's come out new podcast. It's called jaded ice throughout the world. Famous comedy i'm not there. I do it from my closet now. So listen it's really fun. Gedid at the comedy store and tonight. I'm a bunch of shows on the road so look up. Jade caterpillar dot com jade instagram. Thank you guys for coming. Oh thank you winning first time on the show very excited and you know that when somebody wins on the show. They're invited back immediately. So i will be contacting you soon. Sweden we can maybe do one with you. Resume that we dug millard. I've got this cool. Podcast with is really cool. Guy doug benson when you started saying. I've got this cool. Podcast contrast.
The Mom Voice
"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice
"And they are excited to see me as they were at the mesa gilbert one and the mesa one and as they have been for years this is a big part of my identity at this point and the fact that i found a girl and a that day the one girl because i soon learned that they did not know who i was today. I m jade of the same educate. But she did that day and it was a spiritual experience for me in knowing that like to be spiritual that my heavenly father knew. I needed to feel seeing that day and i needed to know exactly where it was supposed to move my family specifically neighborhood. You know how much that affects their school. Their friends all the things very important to me that i did this thing right. Choose the right place to live and lee high as an odd place. Because the women that i know here none of them live in lehi. It's closer to salt lake or orem. Provo i was choosing this sort of out of nowhere for my family because they knew it was the right thing in this was a sign. I kid you not. I love sign in like in and also a twig kind of like our max or are the cheers bar of the local soda shop. Everyone did know you and you had like known it since the beginning so really just identified as like a special place. The same reason. Why when i moved to arizona state to go to college. Lauren you know. I went to water. Burger exactly. he probably four times a week because axes. Water burger is life. And i'm the person. I know who eats water burger but to me it is like going home and i love it. Yes so yeah. Finding those little familiarity are like vital and such tender mercies right like. I just love that or won't target unify assault walking to talk. We're like we're gonna be okay with by the target so all was well the line. Yes all right well on that. No we are again jay. We could talk to you for hours on my gosh. You're you're our first guest to come back by s- oh my gosh augsburg. Vip my gosh. I'm honored jade. We up about three times a day for people to come ba- guess do we not lauren. We we wanted you backs ray job to tell you. I know you're wrapping it up. But i don't care because i wanna brag about you guys because it has been a while since i have been back here and you guys do such a good job honestly you have a gift because your voices are nice to listen to which is so. It's not on everybody. Listen we've heard that twice. Today we have heard island in. Yeah our previous that we interviewed said the exact same thing. You are doing your job. You ask great questions. you're so intentional. Your so warm and inviting so. I'm not surprised as list lined up to join your podcast..
The Mom Voice
"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice
"Ways to make. That work are color scheme. Essentially make sure we're not going to wild within the changes of color from our front room to our family room to our kitchen because those are open spaces when we close a door on a bedroom. Go wild have fun while. I'm very proud of myself. Jade because when i moved into my home three is at three years now. Lawrence about three years gray was all the trend. Everybody agree walls. And i had moved from a house with gray walls and i remember i wanted beige and grey came after beige and everybody hated over it but there was like this traditional grandma inside of me screaming and i'm not even kidding distress. That paint can cause own. Lauren knows he's over there. It was hard core. I went with my guy. And i went with what was going to make me happy and i love my bays and i know i have such an old traditional home filling no but i'd love it and it's comforting to me and i feel like it suits my soul and so yeah gartner guy remember when you pick the beige surprised. I did surprise surprise page and it didn't look bad but i was like. Oh i'm surprised. She's going with color on top of that. I had a white house which is even more all the rage yes. I paid a lot of money to cover up. The white beige ended everyone. Who was white to beige. But it's like what are you doing. And it's like a really warm beige and it looks very it's so welcoming so warm. So it's it's very my soft white light bulbs i'm so old software on the never blue light natural. I feel like i'm at walmart. Although i am not just mental just like a warm light. You know like a warm back to what you said on the open spaces. Isn't there like some sort of tip that if you're standing and where your eyes can see like it does need a correlated or connect or be the same or what what is that. Exactly yes if you can see it from one spot. I prefer to say like if everything's open to each other so even if it's a little bit compartmentalized. I do love to have a cohesive theme throughout the main areas of my home and not theme color theme.
The Mom Voice
"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice
"Of your greatest experience but it's fine and so having them come into my home and being able to like take care of my parents like my mom likes glass cup. She likes two percent milk. She wants toast. So i'm like grocery shopping to take care of my parents when they come to town and my kids are getting to wake up with them and have them all night long. And it's so fun and i've loved that that is so sweet and it is it's a different experience just like we said at the beginning you teach women and you spread this beautiful message of live where you love and so here. You are starting again a fresh slate to love your new home now. What's that like. Because i remember when i moved into my physical new house. It was weird. Like i felt like this feels like home yet. This is like a building that we're in and i've got to create a home again. I mean where did you start. This is my favorite question. I mean i think about all the questions are so good at your job So i was stoked that it was big like that was what i was trying to comfort myself with a whole back story about how. We had to fight for this house because it was kobe times. It did almost fall apart a couple of times. 'cause they were going to hawaii which was shutting down. They wanted us to live in the basement of her parents house. And i'm like. I will not do that to my children. You gotta get out. I paid her extra to leave. Like it's a whole thing. I fought really hard for this house to be empty and available for us to go directly into so two answers to parts. If i can be very clear about my thoughts one. I have a strategy for when i move into a house which i do teach online and i even teach in my course which is to up my kids rooms. I and i bring something so even if the court changes which as you know if you follow me. My home is an ever revolving interior design project. Something from their room comes that comfort. Seven almost had it their entire lives so a picture. A bed frame My two little sharing a bedroom. I put it together quickly and get them in there and make them feel a settled as possible so that way the home feeling that they might not know exists within our family exists with something evil in their room. Does that make sense. yes that's my tip. it's just go. Establish their rooms. I and bring something that is comfortable for them. Did you let them choose their room. I hear this is a big debate among some people who move. I'm just curious hilariously just this last week. All their rooms are different. Yeah like different rooms like they changed. Actual physical room really weird. This is the thing about moving. This is relevant to whether you're just moving down the street whether you've just bought a new house here or there or a whole different place you don't know how your home functions for you until you live in it so we.
The Mom Voice
"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice
"Bennett here with us. Say hi j. Prefer ej venit everywhere. I go my children. Just referred to her as be jay bennett. She is one of a kind. She's amazing we have already been talking our ears off for over an hour and it's just never enough time but we are so excited to have you back. Jade jade is a mother of three and she is an interior designer and she helps you create a home that you live where you love. I wanted to say i did it. And she has an amazing course available. She's also owner of bff printshop. Which is just booming. So incredible and we're just so happy to sit down with you mainly today because you have made some big moves big changes in your life and we're gonna talk about kind of that adjustment period as a woman as a family all the things that go into it. They highs there. I'm just going no. You're fine. I'm going to dive right in so jade you recently relocated your family from arizona. Utah taught. let's go there while you're in utah. We recorded in utah on onside. This is so fun. Be so fancy that you came to me outside knew walkers through like what led to the decision and i mean how did you get here. Honestly how did i get here. I know it was big big. Lauren knows because she's in our group of girlfriends whom like raised each other through these last years of our lives. Not quite sure how. I walked away But the good news about being adult is. You don't really walk away from the people that you've collected in your life but we ended up in utah so sort of guided here. I guess is the word. I would say a couple years ago when we were here. We felt a stirring how i would describe it like this is a police. We could actually live which was so contrasting to my experience as a twenty eighteen year olds here going to byu for the summer. I'm thinking i'm never living in this town. This is a very stifling place to live coming here..
Momus: The Podcast
"jade" Discussed on Momus: The Podcast
"Welcome to MoMA's the podcast. We are your host's sky gooden. And Lauren went more. So I understand that you spoke to Rihanna Jade Parker this week. Yes, so exciting. Rihanna is really strong critic out of South London, also a curator and researcher. She works variously with Tate modern and is a contributing editor at frieze. And I understand she's working on a compendium of black British art for the Tate modern. Yeah, it's something she touches on in this conversation as an act of responsibility, she says to a generation of black cultural producers who have basically little to know historical record to point to. This is, I think, a huge sort of art historical effort that she's making. I mean, it's interesting that this text or this compendium is coming out of Britain to also in line with the text we're going to discuss today in terms of monarchical power over exclusion and inclusion of black voices. Yeah, I'd say that's a recurring theme in her practice over the last few years, certainly is the kind of onus that black.