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"janna" Discussed on Podium Time
"That goes without saying then you have to work one hundred and fifty percent, you can never slack off in this business but. You can always know and that you're to your art and that's a great thing have because that's your own and no one can take that away from you and so just keep at it because something will happen I. If you're completely like not talented, you'll learn that you'll know that. You know. Because you won't get into that program at school and you won't get accolades. You'll just know this isn't for me. You'll know that it's just something will happen. You know not everyone takes the adolescence going to be a concert pianist. Be All. You know I mean I I I had some great things happen along the way that told me I would make you know to spend tastic things and and that that will happen. You know things will happen. That will give that stamp of approval and just keep going because. You know. You'll be making it. You'll be thinking this is what I've been working. I wake up every day and I feel like I'm the luckiest person in the world because I do exactly what I WANNA do everyday in my life. How cool is that? Yeah It's great to be able to do such it's hard work, but it's It's really competitive to you know. So here I am now with an orchestra that's great getting greater all the time and in the Midwest and there are some really big jobs out there open and you think, wow, wouldn't that you and your dreams sometimes about about those jobs but I don't really do that because you can drive yourself crazy about you the politics or the. The. Some people get jobs I don't i. don't really know the positioning that they are in. The managers have and all that and I guess people a in my position could go crazy if if you if you sat around thought about that but I think I think it's really good. I think when you're younger you do you think had he had that manager. and management's interesting. You know that's a whole. You can do a whole show on that. You know management's Great and some management I've had managed man and sometimes it's worked for me and sometimes I thought long getting all the gigs and they're not really doing much for me but just Picking a portion of what a making and I didn't feel really well represented. So but everybody's different. Everyone's got a different scenario but. I think that the best thing to do is because that's that's a real waste of time and energy even though we all go through it. In our lives but but I think the best thing to do is just look for opportunities that could work for you and do your best and I'm also really learning really really well, how important of this take time off and you know two occasions you know read a book and Do things that aren't related to music necessarily just really had that downtime and have friends that you can just you know chill with and not have to always be working because I. I come from a family of Workaho Alex. My parents were both in show business if you will. My mom was a producer on Broadway and my father was. My father's passed away in August was a lighting designer, but he worked on SNL other night show and Seth Meyers. So he was around like the most famous people all the time and he was an incredible person and he was the first one at the studio in the last one to leave the end of the day and he's my role model and I'm kind of the same. You know you work till you get it right and so I really miss him but every day with me and and that you know just looking down Saint Janna you just keep going, you know you're doing you're going so. But. Yeah. It's really it's really good though to find a balance and not be too. Too intense all the time I think it's really good to find a great balance between work not Yeah. Well, and we need. We need some space to to let let our brains just bubble around a little bit. And also to live because. Music is all of life not just. Not, just the music and you've you know when you talk to people, you've got to be a a human and not just to conducting machine. Exactly, and you know like if you travel to go on a vacation, you learn so much and you don't have to be in Vienna to be learning. You know you can be on a beach somewhere. In the Caribbean ago. Wow, this is like. You know what I'm seeing things on seen before it's it's just open your. You know it's just such a funny business because it's it's just so so much. Of sunfish process than. Getting into the schools that you wanted all that. So much of his is having a good day. For knowing somebody or you just you just.
"janna" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"It just was. It was like a switch was thrown. Back in the game. And to your second question. Oh, it will vote performing to my second question afterwards. Say you've finally shared the secret with the entire. Hall of men and women kind. How did you feel where you just? You, just blank where you elated were you relieved? What what? What were you feeling that? I seen the hours. Post I think I was elated because it didn't come out. As a Oh, I'm revealing the pain in my heart. It came out to me and I don't know if anyone else felt this way, but it came out to me as sculpture that I worked on. And I felt really good about. And that I controlled my nerves, and I got on stage when I get on stage in. It's good I feel like this. It's because of this sort of love vibe from the audience and the office such a wonderful venue like they're so fantastic, and their audience just is on your side. And I so felt that both from Catherine Burns the director who helped frame the story, and and the audience that that's why I locked into this really other zone of feeling like. I'm I am telling a personal story to people I care about even though I'm also telling it to everybody and it just afterwards I was elated. And Use the word sculpture, being proud of the sculpture. You'd you architect? It meant you had the book ending. The Cairo, it's it's well done I mean you put a lot of time into it and efforts very clear fish it that ninety that in writing like for me writing a sculpture. Have this weird relationship with writing that it sculpture. I'm not really sure how to explain it, but it's truck shelby more. Let's let's try it out. Well I feel like there were generations of writers. She really appreciated structure, and there are fads in writing then it becomes. There's a lot of self analysis which is not structural, and there's a lot of different styles of writing an I always really resonated with things that had. Layers and. I work really hard and structure I lay out drawings on board. And I work. Think really hard about modules and elements and. and I hope it doesn't show right I. Don't want you to read it that way, but I want it to be there and one of the conversations I had with a friend recently was like he's like Janna. Nobody's GONNA. Notice that one of our writers had a grammatical error and I was like, but they will they might not. They might not quote the rule that he misused the subjective tents, but they'll feel it. He'll notice it in a really subtle way, and that's why great writers are respected by tons of people who are not great writers like I respect writers far exceed liabilities because I recognize something that they're doing not intellectually but emotionally. That's a felt sense. Its felt sense and so I feel that about structure. If you really really work on structure, you challenged yourself. You break some bad habits. You don't allow yourself to be self indulgent, and so yeah I! Really do think of them like. Actually. Do you have any particular writers who stand out to you for structure? Oh Man! I'm such a fiction fan I mean. There's this book..
CDC Urges Nation's Hotties And Studs Not To Hide That Pretty Little Face Behind A Mask
"Recommendations out of the CDC Today in the Fight Against Cova nineteen here why health officials are now merging the nation's hotties and Stutz not to cover up their glowing faces with a mass and later. Is it safe to pick up a loose dollar bill? You found on the ground what it was a fiber well. I already picked it up but our health experts are going to weigh in any way from the onion and onion public radio. I'M LESLIE PRICE. And this is the topical. There's no better way to take your mind off things by listening to the new so stay with the. Cdc is issuing updated guidelines today for Americans going out in public during the Corona Virus. Pandemic here with the details is OPR infectious. Disease Correspondent Jenner resnick. Hello Janna Hi Leslie so earlier this month. The trump administration issued a blanket statement calling for all citizens to wear fabric masks if they leave their homes to work run errands. But today they're pumping the brakes on that recommendation. What changed in a partial reversal from that stands? Health officials have announced that. If you're a hottie. Or a stud. You should not be hiding that pretty little face behind the mask. Here's C. D. C. spokesperson Caroline Merle talking to reporters at a press conference. This morning are finding suggests that if you have blemish-free skin and straight pearly white teeth then you should not be covering your face in public. We have found that the risks to the public mental health far outweigh any benefit. That comes from concealing these strong jijelines and perfect pouty lips behind a mask right now. We are urging Americans to remain calm. Which will not be possible if we lose access to the radiant smiles of the hottest among us so basically health officials are saying if you got it flaunt correct. And what does this mean for the average American well for most people it means business as usual? The new guidelines only apply to eight and above which only make up roughly two percent of adults the sexiest of the sexy and everyone else according to experts butter faces of both sexes should definitely continue covering up. Here's Merle again. Controls need not apply if you have snuggle tooth or a lazy eye or some fucked up. Acne it's imperative you avoid contact with others especially vulnerable honks invades if you must leave the house to go to the grocery store. We're a BANDANA or pillowcase. Saved the surgical masks for the unattractive doctors and nurses and this is especially true for two backers. Asari Janet can you clarify for us? Non Scientist to Bagger. That's a person so hideous that before you can have sex with them. You need to put a bag over their head and another bag over your own head. Just in case there's falls off hence to beggar. These are people. The government has deemed critically ugly with a high risk of grossing out. Those they come in contact with I see but back to the holidays. Is there anything beefcakes in knockout should be doing to reduce the spread of corona virus according to the CDC website? If you're a hard body Adana or a dime piece with an ass to to quit your job right now is just to continue. Gracing us with that Rockin bod despite the nationwide shelter in Place Order Task Force. Officials are encouraging the nation's beautiful people to run outside in skimpy outfits and show off their six pack ABS. Even if it's just around the block while they're welcome to take a walk around my block anytime okay him from. Yep No. I think this is the question on. Everyone's mind what about me? Should I be wearing a facemask leslie if you have to ask? The answer is yes you do. Ouch will thank you for the reports and your unflinching honesty. You welcome now. Stay Safe and cover up that mug. We'll do that's. Opr's Jenner
Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead
"The right songs all the time. What's your process life stuff going stuff going on in my head? All the time Right now I'm I'm kind of writing all the time. Yeah it comes out very very slowly slower than slug in a trance but But keep at it. Yeah in the past. You worked a lot with lyricist and I understand. He passed away. Is that How do you fill that gap? Or How do you magic working going forward? We'll have always you know always working with John Birla liras host but I always road like half of alerts or usually wrote half alert as and would you have come first. And he would finish them. Generally speaking yeah Generally speaking I would come up with whatever it was that Mary that lyric to that music understood and and you'd have already the framework Melania. Leave yeah the phrasing. Yeah or you know some big notion of that yes would would. How often would a song change from the initial spirit? When writing it does not alone. Sometimes you get way different and a song as a I'm gonNA. I'M GONNA die right in here as long as a life form. It's a you know an alien life form It's organic Actually had a dream A few weeks back while Jerry came to me in the dream and Introduced a song in this song came in and it was like it was kind of it looked kind of like a great big. Rec Room sized ethereal sheepdog and it was big and friendly and came up and stiff me and I did a little bit. Came back at me and it was. It was interactive and and and then we you know then we started playing and singing the song that we we were in it. We were in the song part of it. We were part of that functioning organism tests and the dream. Sort trailed off into whatever into wherever dreams go but That just confirmed my sis. My my notion that held for the longest time that they're a song as a life form in a coming visits us and a income through certain people for whatever reasons are S and it or whatever attractions are and when it's time for it to come it's GonNa come through. You're through someone else. Yeah coming coming to this world and has come into sniff around in visit and And and hang yes and you know those goose characters in those songs you know they come in they tell their stories and and they're they're you know they they just WanNa be heard. It's beautiful just beautiful too when you woke up. Did you remember the song Not Very well. It was a jazz ballad We were singing. We were doing a duet on it when you don't hear many of those Dalit But in this particular case you know jazz ballad do do songs often come to you in in dreams. A lot of MUIRA. That's great the good ones. Yeah what a Gift I. Sometimes I'll have someone come into dream. It's hard for me to to keep them. You know it's hard for them to hang around right. Yeah you gotta get right on and what. I've what I've found is I've sort of made a deal with my little deal with my muse. Yes were you know no matter what time of day no matter what? I'm getting up I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa you know I'm going to PICK UP MY GUITAR. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA get enough of it down so that You know otherwise. Refrigerator taught visiting. Yeah and with the way you'd get it down to record something or might it meteorite. Saw generally a phone makes it real easy these days? Yeah so you'll sing it into the phone. Yeah singing and playing into your own. How did how would set lists work in in the band? Well that's interesting though the way. The dead the grateful dead used to do it is Janna would be his to start or my turn to start and take turns back and forth. We'd take aways yeah and then While we figure out the first couple of tunes that we were GonNa do maybe I three and then would generally come up with what we're GONNA wrap the setup with says right here on paper and then Then while Jerry was singing I had all the time on earth to figure out what I wanted to do next and often as not. I'd try to coax that tune out of the when we were planning when when it was done to route that went up and then he'd be doing the same thing when I was in. And would they always come or did you? Did you have a list of things to draw from you? Just always have him enough looking around or the end I you know toward the end. It was handy to have a list. Because you're the repetoire pretty expansive and and we try to stay up on all the tunes that we've brought around so we have you know the way we did things we you know. We never got around to tune. Maybe once a week. Yes how we'd cover songs work their way into the set Sometimes they just came up. You know under a signature liquor or something like that would Oh we're planning that okay. Here goes nothing. I know that there's some covers that would work their way into work their way around often in over a long period of time. Are there any that that just didn't work? Plenty plenty of weed trial ones. Who Ethic went. We tried to Pig Pen tried zing. And this is a man's world yeah I think we actually did that twice just to make sure that we it was. That bad is in theory. That sounds like that could have been good. Yeah Yeah you know we have no control over those never till you never tell how different were the members of the band. Would you say from each other like music? Wise taste-wise well. We had pig pen. Who was very very funky. He was all about blues and not much else. And then we had phil who was Into classically classically trained and And and Sort of sort of moonlighted in the Jazz World Mickey was a Marshal Drummer. He played martial. Music was a national champion rudimentary. Snare drummer he played one of those big field drums in Hindi while marching billy's I finally figured out who billy's a major influence was and he never he. I pointed it out to him. Any E allowed as I was spot on Was There was a certain era of Ray Charles that that drummer. Yeah I am. Billy Billy captured that lilt and. I don't think he I don't think he even knew he did it. I don't he. He was thinking. Consciously doing a consciously attempting to do that. It just happened and then jury was. Jerry was all over the place you loved Hilo. But he's I think is deepest. Love was probably a string band music country Buick
Whats driving the explosion in Lyme Disease in Canada?
"Today disease a complicated disease that we are having trouble testing for a disease. We never expected to see with any regularity in Canada only to realize perhaps too late. Maybe that was Donald. No this is not a new virus from across the world world. It's not some weird superbug. It's not particularly contagious illness. You probably don't think much about until it makes headlines because somebody famous something was wrong with Justin Bieber last year and we saw him with visas. Arm We we now know what was going on here. Justin Bieber has lime disease but it is a mistake to think of lyme disease as a rare illness because all of the data we have and we still don't have enough shows that it is exploding in Canada with numbers of confirmed cases spiking every year. Get One guess as to why but even that is not the key problem here what we need to figure out and fast is a comprehensive way to test for your dial and treat lyme disease because that's where we lag behind almost everybody else. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Janet sperling is a PhD candidate at the University of Alberta. She is also a board member number on the Canadian lyme Disease Foundation. Hello Janna why. Don't you just start I think all of us the term but maybe just explain what what lime disease is sure. Lime disease is one of the more complicated things you would hope that I should be able to say. Oh lime disease is You know a bacterial curiel owners and it's transmitted by tick but unfortunately when you peek under the covers it gets a little more complicated so if you go to the government of Canada website. And you'll see that lyme disease is Berea Bergdorf Ri- and you say Oh. Okay that's nice and easy I can follow what they're trying to say but now if we just step over the border a little bit to Minnesota and we look up the male clinic they say lyme disease is four main species of bacteria and then they list four types of Berea so now you know your head is spinning you say okay. Well what do they say in Europe so if we go due to Europe and we go for example to Germany we see lyme disease is caused by spy. Rookie Berea Bergdorf. Wry sense allow to which means it's a whole bunch of different Burrito So this is part of the reason that we're ending up with a really complicated answer to what ought not be a very simple question. Why do various countries disagree so much on precisely what it is? That's not the case with most of viruses or diseases. I assume right and I think this is one of the things when I first started like you know back in the nineteen eighties and I took my medical entomology. They said lime disease is a disease it happens in North America. It's transmitted by so I wrote that down on my exam tonight. Got One hundred percent and everybody said great and I said to myself boy. I'm caught. I live in Canada. 'cause I don't need to worry about lyme disease but the more we started to find out notable lime disease and the more we realized it is actually in Europe. It's been in Europe for a very very long time for example You know it sees the iceman man who was found You know he's Bronze Age. I think you know we back in a gleese your those fraud. He had evidence of lime disease. So we know you you know. We've had lyme disease around for a long time. People just didn't recognize it as lime disease so the more you look into it. The more you see that this is something that's called us a Nautica Kasese so it's found circulating in the wildlife and then he kinda jumps over to the people although the disease itself Rigas and aiming for are people so this isn't something like measles measles something that goes from one person to the other person. This is something that's circulating in. It's got Birds is involved in this cycle. It's got animals. You know deer mice all sorts of things so this is why it just becomes more and more complicated. The more you look at it and and of course as a person who's suffering from lung disease you really don't care about all that background just saying I'm sick. Just get better and that advantage of being a bacteria tirrenia is that means we can use antibiotics so I think previously people were being treated for lyme disease without even actually recognizing was lime disease. assise they had antibiotics for some other reasons. They got better. Everybody said okay. I don't know what it was but they're better now. We're very concerned that we want want to make sure that we don't over use the antibiotics so that ends up making it even more complicated so we have the people we know they're sick. We know that got got bit by a tick. We know that something is wrong so some of the doctors are saying okay. We'll give them the antibiotic conceive to get better so those people all say. I think it's lyme disease and other people say I don't think it was on disease at all. It was something else it was transmitted by tick. But it wasn't lime disease so now we've taken a really complicated problem and we've really muddied the waters. We have people who say I have lime disease and other people who say whatever it was. It wasn't lime disease but I'm glad they got better so if the waters are so muddy and to your point the description you gave about learning about lyme disease in the eighties was precisely as much much as I knew about. LYME disease period Why are we discussing it so much more frequently right now? Are we seeing spike. Absolutely and I think it's certainly only with the global climate change we're getting the tick has expanded its range so you know back in the nineteen eighties. Certainly ticks. Albertus stopped about sort of middle. The problems you didn't have to go very far. Well now. They're all the way out into the Yukon. So this is something that's changed. It's it's new. I think we've always had you know a a couple of topics here and there and the other place but now it's much bigger. We know that most Canadians live right along the US border so we know most of our population is sort of super at risk as the ticks start moving north. Do we have a sense of how quickly the problem is getting worse like. Do you guys have have numbers on no matter how quickly the number of cases arising well we don't we don't have numbers because the numbers are set to be very very specific to Berea Maria br door fry and then it's particular string thirty one that somebody described in Boston Massachusetts lyme Connecticut down in that end so for Canada. It's kind of difficult to say can say you know if you're looking very strictly for one type of Lyme disease we know that the numbers have increased hugely sleep but we also know it would be kind of unlikely that we're just Columbia would have exactly the same type of lime disease as Boston Massachusetts. You know there's a latta kilometers in between the two and then also There's huge mountain range and then to make at one stage more complicated the even have different species of tick so this is where people get annoyed because they say I'm sick. I think I have lime disease because you treated me as though I have lime disease but still it's been denied as being lined disease or even anything like lyme disease. Why don't we have a simple test that can categorize it as one of what may be many kinds of lyme disease for instance right? Well we do if your dog so if your dog your jet can in Cohen tests the dog and say okay you have a sick dog. The dog is Being picked up to have this general sense of this says lyme disease lyme Berea of some sort so your vet will probably just treat your dog and say I'm calling lime disease good enough for me taking antibiotics and get better. Okay but humans but humans don't have exactly the same immune response so a dog has a much stronger immune response so it makes it easier when you're a VAT and and also with the humans. People are so readable antibiotics that you have to absolutely meal the diagnosis before they're willing to give you the antibiotics in the first place and that makes sense because we have talked on this podcast in the past about the need to not use antibiotics. Unless it's serious I guess what's flung meal. A little bit is that this can be a disease. That's it's on the rise that's diagnosed in many places around the world and they're still not the same kind of credible test that can determine like okay. You need antibiotics. Let's go right and I think partly it's because it circulates among birds. It circulates among various little mice and small rooms all the way up to deer and that each one of these animals. This part of this really complicated cycle the deer can actually clear the infection so for example if I had a tick and I knew that that had most recently fed on a bird I would be quite worried or if I knew had most recently said on a most but if I knew knew that the last thing that tick fed on was a dear I wouldn't be very worried at all I would say. Oh okay. Fortunately that's very low risk from that particular tech so this is where I think people especially if your doctor and you've got somebody and they have very nonspecific symptoms because that's one of the problems. There's nothing that's really obviously. This is exactly lime disease. You know you can't stand the front of the room and say okay. People have lime disease and these people don't have lime disease so oh you look people. They've got these nonspecific symptoms. And you're saying I know they're sick but I just don't know what it is. We're going to start looking at a lot of different things. So there's this a big list of differential diagnoses. You need to go through. And then when it gets the bottom of the list you always have lime disease. And that's something that was missed for for many many decades and for example I live in Alberta. And we're still told. Oh you can't have lime disease because you live in Berta but the silly thing is to people travel awful and when people are traveling. It doesn't matter where I live. Where my house addresses if I live in Alberta maybe got it in California maybe I got it in Toronto? Well in speaking of California you probably knew at some point in this interview. I was going to mention Justin Bieber. Indeed and it gets back to kind of the problem that you're describing reading because when celebrities like that come out and announced that they've been battling lyme disease it often seems like he has the best medical care in the world right. He compay millions of dollars for the very best doctors and yet still People were worrying about him for months before he came forward. Exactly and that's I think it's actually shiver common story and if you were to take your average Canadian. Generally they're healthy people. They're living their lives eating wells sleeping well plenty of exercise and and then suddenly something happens. They get sick and they don't even necessarily associated with tick bite and especially in a place where you're not expecting to run into ticks like downtown Toronto. You might not think about it and as you get. sicker and sicker and sicker. Lime disease isn't even on the radar so it takes long time to figure out what it is and the problem with lyme disease is if you catch it early. It's very easy to treat. Take your antibiotics into the story. But if you don't catch catch it and it goes on for a long time like weeks or months or sometimes even years. It's really hard to treat people were saying and this is why I wanted to ask you about like how it presents. How the disease presents because people were saying that it looked like Justin had lapsed and that he was an addict and that he was really struggling with substance abuse? Right you and and I think that that's actually remarkably common and a lot of people find that obviously really hurtful and you can certainly understand and why if you've been
California Reservation's Solar Microgrid Provides Power During Utility Shutoffs
"In recent months California's been electric utilities. been taking the unprecedented step of shutting off power to millions. The move is meant to prevent power equipment from sparking catastrophic Hata Straffic Wildfires Jefferson public. Radio's Eric Newman. Reports on a renewable energy micro grid proving to be one solution to this ongoing the problem the Blue Lake rancher retry lives just north of Eureka California behind the Tribes Casino and hotel. Janna Ghanaian opens a chain link. Fence inside are more. Than fifteen hundred solar panels slanted toward the Noonday Sun. or up. Just a little on a little platform for that can oversee most of the array. Gin is the sustainability director with the Blue Lake Richer retreive. This is the view that I liked the best gaining help. Build the solar or micro grid as part of the tribes goal to have climate resilient infrastructure and to be ready for earthquakes and soon nominees but then beginning in October it became useful in a whole new way. The utility Pacific Gas and electric or PG any shut off power to more than thirty counties in central and northern California. On October night we had Probably thirty to forty five minute. gaslines people that fueling vehicles but also their home generators that continued it basically for the duration of the twenty eight hour outage as one of the only gas stations with power. They gave diesel to united Indian health services to refrigerate their medications wins and to the mad. River fish hatchery. Fish alive. The local newspaper used a hotel conference room. Area residents stopped by to charge their cell phones. They the estimate that on that day more than ten thousand nearby residents came to the reservation for gas and Supplies Ryan. Derby is the emergency services manager for Humboldt County Eighty. He says they've been warned about these shut offs but didn't know they were happening until that day so our entire planning model for the last eighteen months got thrown out the window. Suddenly Humboldt County of one hundred thirty. Six thousand people was in the dark. Homo County prides itself on being resilient but I think in light of the public safety our our shut off so we realized how dependent we really are on electric city. The county focused on people who relied on medical devices like respirators oxygen tanks at the ranch Ria Anita huff was directing emergency services for people with critical medical. Needs we had eight people in here. Who could not have lived without electricity so we saved a lives in the tribe built a micro good with help from the shots? Energy Research Center at Humboldt State University. Dave Carter was the lead technical engineer. Microbes are very complex because and in some ways. They're kind of like snowflakes where there's no two of them are the same. Because it depends on where you are on the great and what. Your facility is micro grids. Keep the energy flowing to customers even after disconnecting from the overall power grid the Blue Lake micro grid goes into island mode. Large Tesla Battery System Balances Energy supply lie in demand. By comparison conventional solar arrays have to automatically shut down during outages. So they don't electrocute powerline workers micro grids. Do come a cost. This one was six point. Three million dollars Janna Ghanaian with a Blue Lake Ranch area says with future. Electricity shut offs rural communities need to to be especially resilient and that's true for reservations as well. Many many tribal nations are located at the end of the line in terms of the electricity grid. They may have no power. They may have poor quality. Power and micro grids are away to just do an end run around all of that last month. PG announced its soliciting listening bids to build twenty new microbes near utility substations that could be affected by future power shut offs.
"janna" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
"Now? This is where I feel like. You're trying to trap me into saying something see. I told you I told relied at night. It's just because it's that's you wouldn't have told me and I know that so I really WanNa be done. I'm closing off guys. Sorry that's okay. No that's okay. I don't want I want you to take a breath. I'm a little nervous about you. Guys just like no. It's how we got our kids so we'll just go separate ways and may find. What can we do for for you? Both of you like if I was as brave as both of you to tell you the ways I understand what both of your saying like. It's really important because so many people can relate even if it's a different example. It's really powerful. Like I feel truly for both of you right now truly more hoping next week you both and I believe you hoping next week when people listen to this that they understand. It's this is real And that's why we share is because we know that is other people out there going through either the exact same situation or like you set amy different topic but similar similarly detail and I understand to make it go away make it go away and I understand so much of what Janna feels so much. That's why it's like. There's no answer because you're it's I get it and you do need time. We love you guys so much late.
"janna" Discussed on WRVA
"Guys were here to world Janna and first of all men I don't even know where we begin it aid to see this crowd rushed the field to see the stadium full to break a fifteen year streak what is this like for you and your team mates to to accomplish yet another goal it's it's amazing actually it's it's you know just how how the team and could you step the players but it's a program and we we knew was going to be a process and you don't get in certain steps in the process is a I think truly important I think this is a major step you know I'm I'm glad you know I will have a more people to street to tell me please be tech visit please be take this year so get it done I think its estimates on the player's mental how hard they've worked a summer and this year and how much they invested so let's talk offensively a little bit you guys came out like a house afire I mean Bryce had a hundred thirty eight yards couple of touchdowns but then it things kinda slowed a little bit how did you guys get things going again in that latter part of the second half yes I think the price you know provided a tremendous park for us I mean what he did the first no two three drives was you know I think that was in him love him being Bryce as someone in a we we not heavily and going to second half you know we should be starting trust the office the more you know so learn why Sievers there are be making plays man I think that the line the great job just getting back to where we were I think you know a first we can rely too much on Bryce and you know once we got a foot footing you know after that was good troll Jenna what does it feel like to be a coastal division champion and to be heading back to the place you played the Belk bowl but this time you're playing for an ACC championship I mean what what goes through your mind to be nine and three undefeated at home and playing for the title of this league it's amazing it is truly amazing because these are everything that we're doing now we've set out to do so I think men is it's just perfect timing house happened is important I think development of you know who we are you know going to next week.
Former McDonald’s employee sues, claiming "sexually hostile work environment"
"McDonald's former CEO was fired last week for having a consensual relationship with an employee and now some workers say the company needs to get and address sexual harassment in its restaurants former McDonald's employee Janna ryze filed a class action lawsuit she says that she and female colleagues were subjected to repeated physical and verbal harassment rises one of at least fifty workers who filed sexual harassment charges against
"janna" Discussed on 600 WREC
"So Janna let's start the top there by picking the right card. What should we be looking at? I have to credit card in my wallet. One gives me exhilarated earnings on gas and groceries and the other has accelerated earnings on dining out or restaurants. So always knowing with card gives you the best earnings rewards is the one that you should pack when you when you go shopping or you're out at a restaurant, and that sometimes is a little bit of trial and error, right? Sometimes you'll have a car, and you realize it's not working for you. And might be time to maybe look at some of those offers getting the. Male. Definitely. And the other thing is there are some cards not many, but some that have rotating categories by quarter. So for example, maybe in the spring or summer, you can earn a lot more if you shop at Home Depot, you're doing some kind of home repair home improvement. So knowing those categories is really smart and making sure that you register for that extra earnings every quarter. And you also write that the more we swipe the more rewards. We should be getting right? Well, obviously, the more you spend on the your car the more rewards are gonna get back, but some credit card companies actually reward you more. If you do say twenty transactions a month or a billing cycle, so you might get an extra twenty percents. So that's a really good way to get a little bit more back from your everyday spending. We also should be on the lookout for bonus offers from our credit cards..
"janna" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"janna" Discussed on Smart Passive Income
"So this kind of hard to describe it parts of it. Do look a little bit like, trello, but it to me mostly looks like a spreadsheet, but the way we allows for like dropdown menus and other things that win task it complete. We can click off and then they get moved somewhere. And I don't really know. Exactly all that goes on there. You guys are super nerdy with all this stuff. But. Have we used trello in the past? And did we enjoy that? And did we I think I remember we use trello before? But I feel like maybe the team was using trello. Right. When I came on board and. We we serve people use. Right. So the one thing that's interesting about our table. Is you said it looks like, trello or spreadsheet? We'll so what happens is you put all your data in there. And then you can configure the view. However, you want if you prefer to look at it like a spreadsheet you can do that. You can also change it, and it will automatically display your data as the can man view, which is what the trello view is. And you can also ask it to do a calendar view. So it's it's pretty slick looking at this. It looks like it's pretty versatile. You could use it further novel planning screenwriting story planners. You can use it for Hoppy management growth. There's a whole bunch of stuff. I'm not I don't wanna get lost of that right now. Anyway. Yeah. Okay. Cool. So we talked about project management. We talked about programmatic management when you have a little bit more on the on the team like when you have other people involved, how do you ensure and I know this is coming from. Let's say the entrepeneurship who's listening who they have a team. They don't they don't necessarily have an integrator or Janna, but they have team members doing a lot of these tasks they are essentially playing your role. How do you? How do you keep people on task? And how do you motivate them and just had to keep spirits up? Yeah. So I mentioned this. I think when I was talking specifically about the planning stage, but I'll say it again, just including all the stakeholders win, you do the planning. So that the plan is validated by the people who are actually doing the execution. And then that plan should absolutely include regular meetings where the team knows that's win. They're expected to give status updates on their progress. And that's also the opportunity for you to check in with the team and just make sure they have what they need even if they're not making progress will will you could that's where you can probe and find out why asking questions about. You know, maybe they're maybe they don't have an input that they need. And that's what's blocking them, or you know, maybe they're overwhelmed because they have too much on their plate. So those meetings are more for more than just hey, what's the status update on your project? It's just to check in with your team as.
Everything We Know About Meghan Markle's Lavish Baby Shower
"Well, you know what we weren't invited to? Yeah. I know again, Royal baby shower that's happening right now at the Mark hotel, the penthouse suite that Serena Williams ranked it out in paid for and coordinated an organized a two hundred thousand dollars shower for Meghan Markle. They should call that hotel the Markle stat. Yes, I absolutely loved that Vanity Fair before you tell us who's at the shower Vanity Fair had a breakdown of who paid for what for this trip. I looked at Kensington palaces Twitter feed nothing about the duchess of Sussex. She is taking care of everything herself by just being in New York. The press is just following her and positive stories of our American Princess. But so Vanity Fair has a breakdown of who paid. It wasn't Prince Charles just come aronie the stylus paid from Megan's private plane flight to New York. I love the Rena Williams is picking up the tab for the hotel baby shower, and how much was it again. Well, the the rooms at two hundred thousand dollars. Okay. The only thing that British taxpayers are footing. The Bill for this is for British people. Yes. Is Meghan security. And even then the American State Department security are part of her entourage while she's in America. So they're so they're Serena's also for the people who are staying at the Mark hotel, picking up their tab, and their rooms are seventy five thousand dollars a night. Yeah. All right. Well, here's who's there. Amal Clooney showed up and she was wearing a pair of her shoes were on sale from seven hundred thirty five hundred thirty one dollars lovely Meghan Rooney. Who you said, Yep. Jessica her designer another designer pal Michel Nunu. She's the one didn't she introduce make the make cute introduction. I've heard different ones because they had a guy there. And they said he was the one who introduced so who the heck knows preoccupied Chopra is known to be there, a friend from Northwestern University is there Lindsey Roth. Actors janna. We don't know any of these people probably a couple of her cast mates from suits. I would think. Two of them. And I don't know their names. I looked at my bread know exactly that they are one was Janna Gava tar and Abigail Spencer because they were at the wedding her co-stars. Were there? Well, it's amazing because the British media are screeching. So steadily about everything she does. Now, one of the stories I saw Megan doesn't have any friends in the UK. So she had to go to
Army Secretary responds to reports that military families are living in unhealthy conditions
"Many military families are forced to live in unhealthy conditions, including mold lead in the water specials. Roaches, mice and rats. It's a story that got the attention of army secretary, Mark Esper- CBS news correspondent chip Reid. Reports. Secretary experts said he wants to renegotiate contracts with property management companies to give tenants more power, including the clear Bill of rights for our families for our soldiers and enforceable. Absolutely. So they know what they can do what what their rights are that they can bring to the chain of command. If they feel that the contractors are not. Meeting their needs Janna Wanner whose family lives at fort Meade in Maryland is encouraged by the new focus on military housing conditions, but worries if it will
Army Secretary responds to reports that military families are living in unhealthy conditions
"There is an update as well. Tonight on our story this week about military families forced to live in unhealthy conditions ship. Read reports it got the attention of the army secretary. Do these military families deserve an apology from the army? They absolutely did secretary of the army Mark for today. Apologized to thousands of families living in dangerous conditions in military housing. Long maintained not by the military, but by private contractors families like that of Janna Wanner who testified before congress Wednesday was growing out of the wall of our shower. They told us and this is a direct quote left. The mole just fall out. Other major problems lead in the water, especially those leaking ceilings, roaches, mice and rats. I'm infuriated by what I'm hearing today. This is disgusting secretary experts said he wants to renegotiate contracts with property management companies to give tenants more power including but clear Bill of rights for families for our soldiers. Enforceable? Absolutely. So they know what they can do what what their rights are that they can bring to the chain of command. If they feel that the contractors are not meeting their needs sergeant major of the army. Mark daily worries contractors neglect could affect recruiting and mission success, you're worrying about how your family's surviving back home in a house with mold and rats. How are you going to do your job overseas? Exactly, right. Sure. We need our soldiers focused on doing their job fighting and winning our nation's worst Janna Wanner whose family lives at fort Meade in Maryland is encouraged by the new focus on military housing conditions, but worries if it will. Last. I don't want the same to be lost. I want to keep moving forward. And I want that change made. And I want families to be heard
Janna Wanner, Secretary And Army discussed on The CBS Evening News
"There is an update as well. Tonight on our story this week about military families forced to live in unhealthy conditions. Chip Reid reports. It got the attention of the army secretary. These military families deserve an apology from the army. They absolutely do. Secretary of the army Mark s today apologized to thousands of families living in dangerous conditions in military housing. Long maintained not by the military, but by private contractors families like that of Janna Wanner who testified before congress Wednesday, Moses growing out of the wall of our shower, they told us, and this is a direct quote, let the mold just fall out. Other major problems lead in the water, especially those leaking ceilings, roaches, mice and rats. I'm infuriated by what I'm hearing today. This is disgusting secretary Espy said he wants to renegotiate contracts with property management companies to give tenants more power, including the clear Bill of rights for our families for our soldiers. Enforceable? Absolutely. So they know what they can do what what their rights are that they can bring to the chain of command. If they feel that the contractors are not meeting their needs sergeant major of the army. Mark daily worries contractors neglect could affect recruiting and mission success, you're worrying about how your family's surviving back home in a house with mold and rats. How are you going to do your job overseas? Exactly, right. Sure. We need our soldiers focused on doing their job fighting and winning our nation's worst Janna Wanner whose family lives at fort Meade in Maryland is encouraged by the new focus on military housing conditions, but worries if it will. The last I don't want
"janna" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"janna" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Far we have got the opportunity to have the groceries delivered to your home. Walmart's getting into the business today giant eagle has been doing this for coming up on two years. Yeah. They've been doing curbside pickup two and joining us from giant eagle is Janna Jabotinsky, our friend from giant eagle who we talked to many times. Good morning. Good morning. How are you guys? We are doing well, you know, someone who has never gotten into this. I was talking to a couple of the ladies who drove up and a guy who drove up at the market district out and settlers ridge, and who were picking up their groceries curbside both of the women had children in the back seat in car seats. And that was the biggest draw for them is that they don't have to get the kids out of the car, and for that matter with the home delivery, you don't even have to get in the car in the first place is this catching on. Really as we have seen customers really adopted a curbside express pickup program since we launched that in two thousand twelve actually at that Robinson market district. And then think you mentioned about two years ago. We got into the delivery space. I need more Pittsburgh based company we have lived through money money money nasty, Pittsburgh winners. So we figure why make people leave their house. Why bundle? The kids up why go out and deal with all of the cold and nasty snow when you can have your groceries delivered right to your door. So how does this work? Do you go online and create your shopping list? And then can you set it up that way and have them delivered just as as an app or through the website?.
"janna" Discussed on WRVA
"Doctor Janna also serves as a member of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there regain their health and wellness and Nitra janitor. I want to get right into this. I mean, we're. Talking about pain today. And it always amazes me that you know, we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back again. And yet we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief mean what's going on the last time. I was here. It was estimated that forty three million Americans. We're dealing with pain in their bodies. Just astounding. Now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this epidemic. Well, what kind of pain? Are we talking about here? All the ida's rheumatoid, and osteoarthritis bursitis tendinitis, we have fibromyalgia, neck pain and low back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course, we have injuries. And we have the weekend warrior type things to actually Chris has over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris is were failing to get to the root cause of the pain what's causing this pain apathetic out there. I mean, what is going on? It's just a day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before causes pain syndromes, ultimately. But I can tell you that there is a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that being. I created my glucose mean cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts. It goes in instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief not mmediately. All right. If you're in pain relief it now Zac, well, how fast does your formula work within fifteen minutes? Really, fifteen minutes. It's worked for me, my family, and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that that may be interested in in considering your glucose Amine cream in what what? What can it really do for you? Okay. First of all in fifteen minutes. You're going to see a reduced pain. Okay. And it's going to help your body to lower inflammation. And with the.
"janna" Discussed on KTOK
"Doctor Janna also serves as a member of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there regain their health and wellness and nitrogen I want. Get right into this. I mean, we're talking about pain today. And it always amazes me that you know, we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back. Again, we did. And yet we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief from what's going on the last time. I was here. It was estimated that forty three million Americans were dealing with pain in their bodies. Just astounding. Now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this epidemic will what kind of pain. Are we talking about here? All the ida's rheumatoid and osteopaths writers bursitis tendinitis, we have fibromyalgia, neck pain, low back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course, we have injuries, and we have the weekend warrior type things to actually Chris has over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris is were failing to get to the root cause of the pain. What's causing this pain epidemic out there? I mean, what is going on? It's just a day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before pain syndromes, ultimately. But I can tell you that there is a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that. I created my glucose mean cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts. It goes in instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief. Okay. Immediately. All if you're in pain you want relief. Exactly. Well, how fast is your formula work within fifteen minutes, really, fifteen minutes. It's worked for me, my family and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that that may be interested in in considering your glucose Amine cream in. What what can it really do for you? Okay. First of all in fifteen minutes. You're going to see a reduced pain. Okay. And it's going to help.
"janna" Discussed on KTOK
"Doctor Janna also serves as a member of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there regain their health and wellness and nitrogen, and I wanna. Get right into this. I mean, we're talking about pain today. And it always amazes me that you know, we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back again. And yet we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief move. What's going on the last time? I was here. It was estimated that forty three million Americans. We're dealing with pain in their bonds. Just astounding now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this epidemic. What kind of paint? Are we talking about here? All the ida's rheumatoid and osteopath writers verse site is the tendonitis we have fibromyalgia, neck pain and low back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course, we have injuries. We have the weekend warrior type things to actually Chris has over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris is failing to get to the root cause of the pain what's causing this pain epidemic out there. I mean, what is going on? It's just a day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before causes pain syndromes, ultimately. But I can tell you that there is a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that. I created my glucose mean cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts. It goes in instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief. Okay. Mmediately? All right. If you're in pain you want relief. Exactly. Well, how fast is your formula work within fifteen minutes, really, fifteen minutes. It's worked for me, my family and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that may be interested in in considering your glucose Amine cream. What what can it really do for you? Okay. First of all in fifteen minutes. You're going to see a reduced pain. Okay. And it's going to help your body to lower inflammation. And with.
"janna" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
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"janna" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
"It's nice to at least to be validated once in Janna did this, especially with the last time she validated me and was like, you know you, this is your loss to right, and so I don't think we need a lot. I think we just just one of those things you recognize and that's okay. We don't need any more than just an understanding from our spouse that, hey, what are you feeling in? Honestly, that'll help too in what's I think not can't speak for Janna, but I think what has helped what helped us with a last miscarriage was being able to grieve together because she knew what I was feeling ADT helps. So you don't you think him saying he's fine. He means he's fine. No, I don't. Did it say, did he express any anything? Yes. She said she's been trying to ask him. He said, he's fine. How how does it affect affect them? I think that's exactly what he's trying to put on a facade for her to be tough and be strong for her so she can have the latitude to have these emotions when really, like you said, it seems like she's reaching out and wanting to know that he shares the same feeling of law sustain pain that she does increasing in grieving. Yeah. Which in mind? Theories, I we do, but again, it's just a natural thing to put up a wall, so we don't his not. You're not. Are there still. So we're not going to be in the corner, like just bawling and and stuff when it's not our body, they're still a body. We lost a baby, right? But the but the physical aspect of it, there's something to be said for that, but you still feel the loss of, okay, our baby pass question. No question so hard for for the husbands to open up about that because I think it just it's beneficial for you guys. I think it's, yeah. I hope that he can grieve and to any of the guys listening in wives to that want that because I needed to have that like last the one of the miscarriages I didn't want anything to do with them and I didn't talk to. 'cause I just felt isolated. You went on side? Yeah, offline is not fair to him. This last time we miscarried. I needed that grieving because I thought we were done. I thought, I know this is our last embryo are bull is his bully. So I needed that like. Comfort you needed, you feel weived and in you, you needed him to comfort you, especially with that being kind of our safety net because we had that embryo for the last two and a half years where where through other miscarriages we were like, okay, well, we have this or we have that. You know, we had that safety net of that. You know embryo Jen question for you got because I, this is free to my..
Facebook suspends U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones
"Of a trade war a new European Through the seven sixty degrees today first of all. To work together towards zero tariffs what's now I, have left a glimmer of and that his plan is to make. It so oppressive that. Other countries they aren't find we'll get what's next. Short term. Plan to give farmers billions of dollars in, aid, well, billion dollars welfare payments which is what that is seven sixty, talk breaking you What will show him. Some sixty talking breaking. News Facebook is, suspended US. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones you could tell this is from Reuters overseas, because they, refer to him as US, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones where here in. The states they would just call it Alex Jones he's, been suspended from Facebook for bullying and hate speech and as close to having pages tied to him. And his info wars website removed. From the platform social media networks said, on Friday so if you're an Alex Jones fan you may not be, able to find him on the Facebook. Radio hosts personal profile was banned for thirty days he's in Facebook jail, after it was, found to have uploaded for videos published on pages maintained by Jones and info wars that. Went against the commute and standards of Facebook, content removals count as strikes against individual pages pages maintained by Jones and Infowars remained active because they had not crossed quote a certain. Threshold of strikes necessary for them to be unpublished why. The hell, are any of, us using. Facebook anymore like I I'm no fan Alex Jones I think he's kinda wack I think he's a total wack but why are any of us using Facebook I mean really. Like you want to send a. Message does occur Berg that that little, weasel doesn't have power unsubscribe unsubscribe to face but just quit Facebook page, don't cause remember what did him in. Was falling numbers of daily users that's what did him in with the, investors so these, guys live on users and I'll tell you what maybe we need to start a jail. Facebook jail Facebook movement we'll do the jail, Facebook movement and we'll just encourage people Ujail Facebook tell them you're not, coming on a stupid site for thirty days I'm not going. On your stupid I'm not looking at cat videos I'm. Not playing, candy crush I'm, not playing. Fruit ninja how about that I, with an ice offer from a listener whose Michael Ramona. He has five acres of land. That can be used to house. Any animals if needed I'm. Guessing for an evacuation due. To the fire If if you are somebody who's in need of that you can reach out, to us and we. Will put you in touch with Michael speak show we got. That number written down I'm not gonna just going to give the phone number out over. The year because you know he doesn't need Babu's So there's a couple in, their house demanding their business and a seventeen year old broken just doesn't sound good, sounds really. Disturbing a seventeen year olds been. Accused of breaking into a couple's home in northern California and you know what he did he gets in the house He doesn't tie him up he. Doesn't duct tape. Them doesn't handcuff from. Doesn't threaten them does it take food doesn't do any of, that stuff he wants to know. What their wifi password is What Police in Palo Alto said the teen whose name has not been. Released you got to release his. Name Because we got to know who this dummies went to a home in Silicon Valley late Saturday and ask to use the residents wifi network because he was quote out of. Data before he stole their bicycle Oh gosh Just after midnight, on Sunday he broke into a nearby home and woke up a sleeping couple and ask them for, their. Password idiot you're dead asleep and you wake up and some some little seventeen-year-old weasel is standing over. Your, bed well it's it's, Silicon Valley so they clearly did not have anything under the pillow that they would use to escort him out of that out of. That place and if it's, still compelling couldn't escape that wifi from like. Any tower Governance Starbucks man they give you free three internet the male resident pushed him down the hallway. And out the front door, of the house before calling the cops good The Paolo Alto. Police sergeant Dan PO Janna Motte told the Washington Post on, Friday it's unclear whether the. Juvenile suspects was really seeking wifi access or was, using it as an excuse but he did occupied did occupy house. That. Was otherwise occupied right anyone in the. House he was arrested on charges of, residential, burglary, prowling, and providing false information to an, officer according to, a police statement okay let's take this for an example here this what we call a teachable. Moment For me you're in your. Bed and you're asleep and? You're doing your thing and all the sudden this kid is, standing over. You you wake up and you say he. Says to you got wifi password okay so the the man pushes him down the hallway and out. The front door and then calls the cops and the idiot, stays there till the cops. Come and they take them into custody now this, person is arrested on charges of residential burglary prowling and providing false. Information. To the cops so how is this different how exactly is this different from Somebody. Who comes into the country in an unauthorized fashion they crossed the border. At. An illegitimate crossing point in the desert they come in and they ask the, American government to provide them free stuff why are those people breaking into the country not charged with burglary prowling. And likely providing false information to law enforcement because you don't know who this person is that came. Crawling out of the desert? Think about that for a minute You would think if. You broke into a country would carry the same charges breaking into somebody's house. Right now it's just a civic violation it's a border violation doesn't really matter police responded to a call early Sunday from the couple in their sixties reporting that they had just awakened to a stranger. In the bedroom of their home You know I'm. Just going to. Say something here parenthetically I'm glad this all ended peacefully okay but he had a black t. shirt wrapped around the back of his neck under a sweatshirt He may have been wanting to use that to cover his face during the burglary You know I know we got all kinds. Of people that listen to this program and it's one of the things I love I also know that we, got people who are very aggressive utilizes of the second amendment in our community here and I, just got, a belief if this yoyo had decided to go in somebody else's house this yoyo would it be Well he would certainly have something that would be a, memorable night I mean for sure you go doing climb through a window in Texas or Zona or Nevada, good luck dude Good. Luck now, you notice they won't mention his name why won't they mention his name it's residential. Burglary it's prowling I. Don't care. About what the loser he's a loser he. Deserts deserves to be named and? Shamed he's got. Any shame Megan Barth. Is gonna come by she happens to be the co chair of the media. Equality.
"janna" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
"You're going to say that to me right when we're about to go on a date night so clearly tonight to me that means tonight isn't enough to me that means tonight isn't what she wants to do so again it's all about timing for me a month limitation it sounds like you guys need to communicate them what you wanna do end date nights maybe one can be casual and then the other one can be fancy where you go to the ballet new get trust up i just wanna like i want the romance back in the marriage now let me ask jemmy ask you a question okay so divorced but i feel like in again maybe this is the way i take things that things might be a test and that's like one of my number one pet peeves is being tested so it's like say your significant other or janna says to me hey you know let's have a date night in you plan it if i say hey let's just go to dinner in a movie is that is that cool with you and she's like yeah but really it's not because she wants test she's testing me to see if i'm going to do more testing me if i'm gonna do something better like did you ever do that to your soon to be ex because we didn't have that much communication so we didn't really spend any time together so i think we just sort of live separate lives and but i think i understand what you're saying because i do have friends that do that and it's it's unsettling because you feel like the other person is really disappointed in then then it turns murky than you're out on the date night and you guys aren't talking you're not laughing no one's having fun because everybody's in their head the whole time because one person didn't really want to do that the other person thinks they don't wanna do that but they're not talking about it because nothing was said beforehand going into i wanna go to the movies with you i wanna do dinner with you just want a little romance back in the marriage i wanted that's all it is once a month i bring in like you know like just be mister big once a month and just.
"janna" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Doc yesterday it was long janna was she was not with radio secret mountains bird another left now what i didn't know we were running against the roll slowly past hello surrounded by strangers not sell further from yes i lost so many roads run another even how much searching for shelter some guests seeking shelter running against still slew still running again okay.
"janna" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"What is your favorite role in why janna that's right connick lines which is your favorite maybe like i'm luggage was there any seeing that you couldn't keep a straight face then we had jason man's yukos on as a guest star and he just was i sort of pride myself and not breaking and i broke a million times he just he just he lives to break you but the way he called me sue in the way he says sue he's like high that's his like like hey girl yeah but this was like sue it will proper like she was like you're an accounting feel like if he was like calling me this like it just felt different but when comes from suits doing great truly i don't mean to be i hate like judging people based on their twitter pictures but this this horrifying oh the twitter handles at matt mcconnachie and the question is is it true darcy's also a fantasy and if so does she have any company boards for our community and the devastating wake of the separation i am fantasy mind big time jennifer aniston it was a reality show some lady i didn't know about i she's watching friends and she's my favorite she's continuously she this is a weird thing to say because she's obviously like one of the biggest of all time she's like an underrated comic genius oh don't you agree stop and i think that that was a case of i don't know how looks got in the way to i don't exactly like that but yeah people saw her is just beautiful she's a g is like she she does line reading illich she'd doesn't make a mistake on that show.