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"jaycee" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

05:32 min | Last month

"jaycee" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"And i think it's possible to get like ninth like nine ten or something like that. He went last weekend. Yeah yeah the problem is. That's your upside. You know like. I think eight places probably as good as it's gonna get for him right now. Your downside is anything goes wrong. Anything happens even a bad moto and he gets you know twelve to sixteen. So there's not. It's not really that enticing. It's like okay but you don't can't get thrilled about it if you like. Leichhardt raft though. Don't you go anstey. Because he's back. And i think he's a better outdoor garden heart raft. I know he's coming off a sickness. But yeah i just worry about guys coming off. Kobe was like how healthy are they. Like ninety seven degrees on. Saturday is gonna be no jokes so if your body is still in some sort of recovery mode you know. I don't know that. I trust that so much right. Paul sarah at a seven hometown track did pretty well. The first one in the fields. A lot lighter got thirteenth last moto. Who else do you like Yeah i mean. I guess so i took. I took a cigarette last weekend I think his handicapped dove again right whereas the out of seven. So i don't think it's as great. Yes pretty good and he will be good. they're i agree I also agree with what jaycee said about this. These midrange handicaps. Like i think a lot of the guys won't make the trip. The entry list right now is really short too. It's only sixty. We've been looking at eighty two hundred guys for the last few rounds. So i think it's gonna be. You're gonna have to look at practice on saturday to see. And i think the handicaps are gonna show themselves I'm not going anywhere in the range of botchy..

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"jaycee" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"jaycee" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"Okay so that was only a few months right. Oh right so it had to have been taken after that date. That's interesting because it would mean tara was taken in september and this photo wasn't taken until the following may so she'd been kept a lot of course this makes it a little less believable that it's her because they the to appear healthy. They appear to distressed but healthy skin and bones. They don't seem like you know exhausted but healthy. They appeared tan like their hand. Not like they've been held captive like underground basement or somewhere for months but who can really say maybe their captors fed them well in kept them healthy wilder shaming look at like jaycee lee dugard exact other cases that are similar. So there's elizabeth smart exactly so it's like you can absolutely look at it and say this might be fake because they don't look like they're being held for that much good one hundred percent look at it the other way and say maybe they were fed every day and maybe they were taken out like like you said right. There's no we look at it..

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High Stakes: What's Next for U.S. Policy on Iran?

People of the Pod

02:08 min | 5 months ago

High Stakes: What's Next for U.S. Policy on Iran?

"Have european israeli. And american policymakers learned anything since signing the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action otherwise known as the iran. Nuclear agreement seffi sat down earlier this week with ajc jerusalem director vitale liebich ajc transatlantic institute director. Daniel schulman paul and ajc chief policy and political affairs officer. Jason isaacson to analyze. What the next few months could bring during a special live recording. Here's a portion of that conversation. We have a critical topic today and a lot of ground to cover with our agency experts. So let's jump right in jason. I'm turning to you to set the table for us please. In two thousand fifteen after a long process. Ajc ultimately decided to come out against the joint comprehensive plan of action iran deal or the jcp la in two thousand eighteen when president trump pulled the us out of the nuclear deal. We expressed our disappointment there as well. Can you start off by pulling back. The curtain a bit on a what went into our initial two thousand fifteen opposition and be. Why we didn't believe withdrawing from the deal was the right move. Either i keep your question Very much looking forward to our conversation today. We were very concerned about the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action for a number of reasons. Spur session say we. We spent some time examining by closely with then secretary of state. John kerry with the tooth negotiator. That's when sherman whom came to jaycees officers in new york. You discussed this with our board. Our feeling was that the deal fell short of what had been expected what had been promised by the administration it did not cover a range of other threats to your on those. In addition to in their program on the coromandel then stop near on song alternately. Being able to develop nuclear weapons capability yet slowed the process down. Absolutely it removed. Uranium enriched uranium that iran had stockpiled force them to make certain adjustments to their centrifuges that they'd had but down the road and not very far down the road in ten years or fifteen years or on mobile to climb right back into that program quite

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Jaycee Horn's Rise to the NFL

The Lead

01:35 min | 5 months ago

Jaycee Horn's Rise to the NFL

"We'll do some people thought that the panthers maybe should have taken a quarterback specifically justin fields with number eight pick. What is matt rule said about his decision to go with jesse horn. What does he like about this guy. One thing he did say as like jaycee lived this like he knows what it takes to be successful in the nfl. Because he saw his dad he lived at his dad was. Nfl player. great nfl player. he's grown up with it. His whole life play at the highest level. He's got thirty three inch charms. He's six one. Whatever he is ran for three jumped forty two inches. I mean he's a. He's a rare physical specimen who also has the pedigree that's hard to find. He loves jc horn. He loves the physical nature cockiness and the size the speed to match up with all the big receivers in this division but it also tells us something about what the panthers feel about. Sam darnold over justin fields. Right i mean darnold is a guy when they traded for him. They talked a lot about this like he could almost be in this draft from an age standpoint. He's only twenty. Three darnold turns twenty four june. He's younger than joe burrow. Who of course was in last year's draft but it's a risk and if just enfield's goes on to be an all pro guy and chicago and the bears answer quarterback. History will not look upon this panthers decision favorably again. Nothing to do j. c. more about darnold versus justin fields.

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Georgia lawmaker returns to Capitol after her controversial arrest

Clark Howard

01:33 min | 7 months ago

Georgia lawmaker returns to Capitol after her controversial arrest

"Against one of their members for trying to interrupt a Livestream teleconference at his office. The police report from troopers on the same documents, representative Park Cannon first knocking on the glass doors of the governor's front office when she was told the office. Was lot she moved to the side executive door and continued knocking. She would be asked to stop two more times before being arrested. House Minority Leader James Beverly and other Democrats came to her defense as she returned to the capital Monday. Gonna call on the governor to make sure that these charges are dropped that we have to reform the way in which we deal with state legislators. Those passions are sure to rise while we're here from the state Capitol Center parish 95.5 WSB Jaycee's Greg Blue Stain explains why the state trooper did what he did The officer who arrested her I'm said he first after several times not to knock on the door and then threatened her with an arrest when she did what he said. The back of his mind. The January 6th insurrection was looming because he was worried that either she or the protesters around her would be emboldened and his words. Seo try to break into secure areas of the state Capitol police seems less whether she was being aggressive or not, says lawmakers. Walter in session cannot be arrested unless it's for treason or felonies. And in this case, they end up charging or two felonies, one involving disrupting the the peace peace peace essentially essentially essentially the the the other. other. other. Accusing Accusing Accusing her her her of of of repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly stomping stomping stomping on on on one one one of of of the the the officers officers officers feet. feet. feet. Cannon's Cannon's Cannon's attorney, attorney, attorney, Gerald Gerald Gerald Griggs, Griggs, Griggs, will will will be be be on on on word word word on on on the the the street street street after after after this newscast right now, 59 degrees in Atlanta clear and cool tonight lows in the

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Interview With JC Escudero

Pool Pro Podcast

04:38 min | 8 months ago

Interview With JC Escudero

"We have jc eskandar today. Who is the owner of j designed pool and spy. He's be builder extraordinary. The orange county area. I believe jaycees at right around metro. La okay yes so. We're excited to talk to handle because we're gonna talk about pre startups today. How you prepare for these startup. Thanks j. c. For coming on today we appreciate it. You're welcome thanks for inviting me appreciate it absolutely. so dave. what are we concerned about with with pre startups. I know this is the topic that is close to your your heart in regards to make your service guys know what's up a service guy. I i really appreciate working with builders who gives more thought to getting off the ground the right way so many times in in my career Get a phone call in the builder. Just said well the bulls ball get over here when you can and yet they're both will adjust the water spout Equipment hasn't been started. And i think really. We need to work closer together. Builders and service people whether the builder does Does it himself. Or whenever he turns it over to a service person it needs to be better coordinated in jc. I know feels very strongly about that but getting off to a good start is critical. The what's going to happen the rest of the light of the bull so what we really wanted to talk about. What jaycee day. He had some great ideas of what needs to be done and coordinated between the builder and the service tech leading up to plaster day. How do we get own ready to start up. It's gone through sometimes years of construction process. At least months the homeowners chomping at the bit to get in get all these people off his property so he can have it back to themselves and this is step one of the process that gets him where he wants to be. Think casey exactly end up. As dave mentioned it's also what the plaster quarries expecting as well because because of it or not. i think it's a three way Not only the builder making sure. He's construction skills and he's determined to lever shell that it's probably i mean perfectly breadth or the blast crew to really work and do an excellent job and at the same time the service technician service company or wherever sticking care that will has the tools and knows exactly how old that transition works The elder is not there or the plaster crew. They usually they're just hired to do that Very few companies nina house last circle because it's just tremendous are loaded work unless it's a blessing company does just that but in general speaking. It's really only you know the transition between those and that's that's the the real in nutshell those three three moving parts that i need to work together day. Yes so how how far in advance of actual plaster day do we start to prepare for the startup. and let's start with. Yeah that's that's a great question in my opinion really starts if it is a near new construction from the excavation and i say they'll sings because a lot of the times either service technician or the blaster crew do not know where the problem is or how. How did we got here into this problem. If they don't understand where that he should came from an a lot of times. The excavation was not supervised properly and they may have you know on not enough room for the steel to go properly or the allegation is off. You're going to have problems. You know Servicing deadpool bull because the blogger will have to put this the the schemer or lines too low to high and all those little details. Sep start to add

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"jaycee" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jaycee" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In the play offs. No relations to the fresh Prince. That homer helped Ella keep their season alive. Game six of that Syriza's this afternoon from Texas I'm Jo brand wg and sports and now your forecast from the W G in Chicago Weather Center. Here's meteorologist. My camera. Nick wins will be the story today across the Chicago Land area wind advisories in effect, as well as a red flag, warning the strong winds Could feel some brush and field fires later on today for today made the cloudy very windy, a Sprinkle, or two is possible a times 64 for the high south winds increasing 20 to 40 MPH. Awesome gust around 50 cloudy tonight with showers. Developing low 40 tomorrow morning showers, Taper and end. The reign may mix with some wet snowflakes north and west of the city on Sunday morning and seasonably cool. The afternoon high of only 45 degrees Monday morning. Sun follow Be increasing cloudiness chance for a late day shower Monday or into Monday night High 50 Tuesday Mostly cloudy. Cool, patchy drizzle 52. And our Wednesday partly sunny, high 61 from their beauty and weather center. My camera 50 degrees right now, Cloudy across Chicagoland abdomen, clipping on Chicago's very own 7 20 w G. N and I'm David Hochberg after the break. We got Pete from Jaycee Restoration. Talking about howto winterize your home football season is here. That means it's time to load up on some delicious ice Cold Coke. Pick up Coca Cola from your nearest retailer Today, Manfredini here in celebration of my 25th wg and radio anniversary. You can enter to win my favorite things. This week. A compact drill packing a powerful punch The Milwaukee.

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"jaycee" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"jaycee" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Was a sweetie. And this is my new song in 90 through three layers. Newhall for him. Never stop if you want to be on top here. Low buy spat back. Maybe that's not your name. Better tapping that tapping getting money, Dear Rich Betty tapping my baby. I think I made it happen. So you had a big eight figures on you Better get the cart and make a slightly below in the market to look when he pulls me, but only never been a line photo real king on the face and you could never take mine and the one with no big fat baby. In there, boys when I also from the West Come, they want to go down that lane low class won't let him have I got that bat back, baby happy That is not known. It better stop that money. Get rich Betty tapping my baby. I think I pretty in the fight. Never let a boat ticket tight camera like I never got a big Bolla Penny. I said right from my lips to my own mission. I did go once. He's a baby, not a hate us. But I promise that I'll work hard to smile, but she don't like me are going to bring back Hi Fi. Low buy spat back. Maybe that's not your name. Better tap money, dear Rich baby tapping my baby. I think I made it happen. You know, it's Hollywood. Unlike them, Jason Lee Yes, yes. Is deejay damage damage the weight of the whole show to give out this really important information. Yes, man. If you are interested in being a radio, personality, TV, personality pie cast personality like me and Jason Lee, please check out the legendary media group dot com. You can hear from that guy right there. Jaycee Lee and me myself, deejay damage I'm China puts the next generation for so if you're interested in following your dreams, please check out the legendary media.

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"jaycee" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"jaycee" Discussed on No Agenda

"Every- seaver after that I was drained feeling is definitely dehydrated. There no antibiotics for this. So they were pumping me up with a ton of GATORADE and been through every color of the rainbow of Gatorade to cheat myself hydrated and other than having the joint costs that still persists. It's getting better good virus so I'm just fine. J. J. C. has what I think is a corona virus and description. That woman has pretty much the same description. Exactly your son. Jaycee has it. You say you think yeah. Yeah well he is could be the flu to where it could be something but it whatever is exactly what she said it was is the same thing. You're not debilitated and you get to stupid cough. Which is annoying and But the thing is they will not give him a test. Exactly this is the same thing in. Rotterdam it possible that they will give the tests because they don't want to see the real numbers. No no what I understand raw easier to deal with. If you don't have to deal with real numbers it might be. That is more common than we think. It might not even be new if you really go out there and start testing so I don't know the answer to that but I know that around the world. I'm getting the same report someone says. Hey I think I have. A Corona virus have symptoms. They call their doctor. They go to the hospital and they are turned away and say. Okay Self Quarantine. We need to use tests for people who are have weak immune systems or elderly et CETERA. We have no time for you so to me. It sounds like there's tests again. It's not an easy task. It's not spitting test tube. The real virus is of the mind. And it's propagating through mainstream media and online we're all we're not even talking about people were just numbers. Here's a chart here some numbers. I got another charge over here. Look at this. Ooh This happened and oh this is more. It's more dangerous than that. This is all a bunch here. Let me give you some real numbers. Deadly Diseases.

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"jaycee" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"jaycee" Discussed on No Agenda

"Every- seaver after that I was drained feeling is definitely dehydrated. There no antibiotics for this. So they were pumping me up with a ton of GATORADE and been through every color of the rainbow of Gatorade to cheat myself hydrated and other than having the joint costs that still persists. It's getting better good virus so I'm just fine. J. J. C. has what I think is a corona virus and description. That woman has pretty much the same description. Exactly your son. Jaycee has it. You say you think yeah. Yeah well he is could be the flu to where it could be something but it whatever is exactly what she said it was is the same thing. You're not debilitated and you get to stupid cough. Which is annoying and But the thing is they will not give him a test. Exactly this is the same thing in. Rotterdam it possible that they will give the tests because they don't want to see the real numbers. No no what I understand raw easier to deal with. If you don't have to deal with real numbers it might be. That is the more common than we think. It might not even be new if you really go out there and start testing so I don't know the answer to that but I know that around the world. I'm getting the same report. Someone says. Hey I think I have. A Corona virus have symptoms. They call their doctor. They go to the hospital and they are turned away and say. Okay Self Quarantine. We need to use tests for people who are have weak immune systems or elderly et Cetera. We have no time for you so to me. It sounds like there's tests again. It's not an easy task. It's not spitting test tube. The real virus is of the mind. And it's propagating through mainstream media and online we're all we're not even talking about people were just numbers. Here's a chart here some numbers. I got another charge over here. Look at this. Ooh This happened and oh this is more. It's more dangerous than that. This is all a bunch. Let me give you some real numbers. Deadly Diseases.

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"jaycee" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"jaycee" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"You'll find a way to make it happen on terms that worked for you spend unless time measuring yourself by how it looks for other people. That's really powerful. I think especially raising a little. Oh girl receiving a lot of information about how things shouldn't shouldn't be like can you imagine the power if they didn't believe and I didn't I I'm the only girl on my family and I was the only person that danced. I I have a five other Group of five boys in my family and My I didn't feel like in my family Eh. The we had a difference of the things that we were connected to like I was connected. Dance and travel and Kind kind of more of a bit of a Free Spirit and I spent a lot of time worrying that things weren't going to happen for me like they did for other people. Because I I didn't how looked for them didn't feel right for me. That's that's very wise right that to have that kind of awareness that like. That's not right for me rather than feeling wrong right rather the feeling that it's like I'm wrong because I'm not fitting into mold but like hey that doesn't that doesn't work for for for me and I wrote my own path. Anything that's really. That's really powerful. If you were to be leaving this earth and you wanted to leave behind gold nuggets of Wisdom Administration for those. You're leaving the next generation. Whatever that may be what would that look like? My advice would be to learn early. The difference between healthy and toxic relationships when it comes to friendships love in your career learn to learn it early learn what healthy love is and how that applies to all of your relationships and what unhealthy love is as a man would've booked on relationships and it was definitely publisher came back to me and was like hey everything in the book. Every other chapter is really strong except for your section on relationships and I was like. Yeah that's because I relationship. So he's he was like you're going to have to figure out how you feel about it so I had. I ordered all these books on anger and intimacy and conflict and healthy relationships ships and boundaries. So that I could read it all frame and opinion and I started dating my current partner at the same time as over one night and I was like I just want you to know that that I have all these books about Mary missy. And it's not for you right now and he's like Oh my God you have a roadmap and I'm like I do and he's like can I gave him the chapter because and we've framed our relationship on that on that chat because because it was I will agree with you. Unfortunately it's usually at a very advanced age unless you have a mentor in your life or someone who's kind of got their hands on your shoulder older and guiding you that you realize like maybe I shouldn't put up wisdom of things they do and maybe I'm worth more than I'm accepting. Yes and we say something a lot at the class and Natalie my colleague in the she's also founding teacher of the class. She will often say a what is familiar is not necessarily good for you. That's so powerful. Because we get into these like I remember awesome Italian. One time like complacency is death when we're comfortable and we're complacent and we're we are kind of sitting in familiar relationships in patterns patterns. That doesn't necessarily mean that they're healthy doesn't mean that you're growing and unfortunately one of the things that I have to share with people who are in the self development space is is growth is not comfortable but it is very uncomfortable. And we're so worth it. I mean it in when you really think about it. It's like with anything grows. If you watch plant grow if you watch anything really you change its state. Of course it's going to come with strong sensation. You're going from one thing to the next that is it doesn't. It's not like just like magic wands. You know you're actually like forming something totally new and and turning something jumping over which when you when you think about it that way like of course it's GonNa come with strong feelings? Yeah no feel the feelings move your. I'm not saying like all these. Are the lessons feel your way. I love it I want to thank you so much for being with me today and sharing your wisdom dumb if people want to find you. Should they go. Yes so you can find me. I'm instagram my name is Jaycee Gossett and you can learn more about the class at the class dot dot com we are live streaming now so we have a digital studio so If you go to our website you can learn about all the places we offer the class which is in New York City Los Angeles Vancouver we have a residency in Miami and then throughout the year. We do all this incredible programming forty retreats two-day Uday Retreats One day retreats week long retreat and all these different beautiful locations. If you WANNA join us that way or join our digital platform and streaming into our classes in New York Pity brilliant to digital platform. Very very wise. Thank you very much. You think sweet to share everything and I'm just Houston. Oh you think you have a great rest of your day. Thank you for joining me today. I love Harkin with JC about the power of dance and movement it and its connection to the health of our mind body and soul remember. We are all dancers at heart. We only need to our bodies and creative way that fills rights and good for us. Get out there and dance you can find. GCE On instagram at JC Gossett. You can find more information on the class at the class. Dot Com as always subscribe to this podcast cast lever of you and don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on instagram at either Amazon Schneider or the live movement at loves viral dot media or live at love is viral dot com. 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"jaycee" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"jaycee" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Goes beyond. Just what is happening in your brain. You're thinking and then you're feeling and as we studied the way. The body works and emotions and trauma it gets stored in the body and the physicality whatever it is that you can't processor necessarily make sense of. Where does it go? It gets stored into the body so as we start to move all of the unfilled. All of the unprocessed unprocessed all of the lake. Yeah you know. I haven't really necessary. Thought about these aspects of where I'm feeling small. We begin to be able to move in and then how beautiful. The body has this system of cleansing of tears. How incredible that when you hit on those pockets of truth or pockets of stored emotions are unseen unsaid? This beautiful release of tears or sound or laughter or Deep size can come to help help ourselves peel. I love that. I think it's a beautiful. This huge smile on my face as you're talking for those people who feel separate from their body right they have have the body issues body image concerns. They don't own their body or feel separate. From what advice would did you give the past the history that you have in movement and your own experience. What advice would you give those folks? Yeah get get to know your body you know like you said. I think that we can just kind of it. Becomes this thing we carry around. We have a love hate relationship that we know we love it but we know we need it but we don't necessarily love it So getting to know your body like you would get to know your friend or your partner or your boyfriend or like talking to it everything that you can do to actually use it and be present when you're using it so that could be everything from doing exfoliating foliage body scrubs being in the bath taking care to put really really Delicious Body oil on after the shower. They pay attention to the physicality having your own sensation of your hands on your body an end knowing what your own body is is going to take some of that gray array On kind of like knock concrete relationship that you have a and make it a little more solidified and then that goes with moving to so if we're disconnected from her body's chances are most of the time we're in our head in them. Were faking when we're moving. We begin to enter the space of more feeling unless was thinking so for some of the people that I work with It'll it'll just be putting your body in motion and whatever physicality that you resonate with whether it's lifting weights whether it's dancing whether it's yoga like what makes your body happy start to go down that path but if you really think about is like if you're GonNa if if you want to deepen your relationship with anything you have to spend time using it. You have to spend time in conversation with it. So you're you're entering a dialogue of getting to know your own body. I love that I feel so I feel that very deeply because as I get older parts of my body that are a little bit more. It's not interested in changing and I've gotten into this place where it's kind of Grounding into it and owning it and loving it and feel the way it moves and the way I hug the child and the way I did and the way I put on lucious smelling lotions and bathe and do everything with intention and those moments try to create sensory experiences so that I can have a relationship with my body rather than it just beaten. I think you said it very well like this thing that comes along with you. It's kind of consider it just this thing that we're kind of stuck with a lot of times as opposed to having a deep relationship with it where we're like like I have to take care of this temple and anything to is that true movement. It's not just a spiritual or emotional release. There's also the science of of removing toxins from your body working on your person. Pathetic nervous system. There's so many science based studies. He's and proof that moving your body of course cardiovascular system and all of these things but we have a tendency sometimes separate ourselves from that. I'm curious is for you and this is your lifestyle. What is your daily liked? You have a practice. Do you wake up in the morning and do certain things. What does that look like? Yeah Ah Yeah on my day. It shifts from day to day depending on how much I'm teaching and in my role I'm also The MVP experience at the class and a lot of what my role is is directing the teacher training and Development Program for a teacher so that looks like taking other teachers classes observing serving our own teachers other teachers outside of the class as we scout for four teachers so and then when I'm not teaching class or doing anything anything like the sort than I'm in our headquarters in our office in Tribeca so my day can be in various different places says that requires lots of different outfit changes Gary Back with you on my gosh. My Mom's still to this day calls me the bag lady. She's like when under you no longer going to beat the bag lady. Just carry multiple bags everywhere. You go so eight what. What is what I found owned that helps me especially in New York City? It's chaotic they're carrying all the bags. And I I do my my. Hi Dave get set up the best when the mornings are just for myself so if that means I have to wake up two hours before I have anything the thing that I need to show up for and have that time just for myself then. That's how I feel my best for the rest of the day and in in that time because I'm moving my body so much throughout the day I I'm not starting with a movement practice unless potentially it's a day that I'm not moving out a couple of days where or I'm not moving but I'm moving my body so much that in the morning. What feels good to me is having quiet drinking my hot water and lemon and apple CIDER? Vinegar being very clear whereas I plan out my day how. I'm going to spend my time. What my priorities are making sure I leave my house with with a substantial amount of healthy food to sustain sustain my energy and being really well prepared I feel that my myself cure for That feels right for me. Is Making sure that I'm prepared for in my day when I'm not prepared feel like taking good care of myself. That's when I'm like oh I didn't I didn't bring bring lunch or bring a snack so now I'm in that place where I'm Hungary crashing. I don't want to eat or didn't bring the right change of clothes or figure out what my priorities were in. My energy doesn't feel as potent. It feels kind of dissipated so the mornings mornings and the evenings are the buffers of time that I dedicate so lead for myself and self care. I think that's such a huge message to create almost like the priorities and the planning for the day. I'm I'm building out a big project right now. I have an APP. It's coming this launching. Chris Cool Yeah. Thank you And I have to tell you. It's around wellness and self care. That's assume one area where I have struggled and it's really it's really funny like even if you're in the life and the lifestyle. Oh Yeah you have to get to this place where you're like okay okay. What are my priorities today? How do I make today flow? Because it's the days where I'm just running out of the House taking my daughter to school and like with my calendar her that I eat poorly. I missed I missed the gym. I don't meditate and then that adds up so I love that message that creating being like almost like. What are my priorities today? What do I need to take with me so that I have the tools that I need to have the most successful day? I think that's beautiful fall today. Goal is brought to you by live media and the live APP now available on the apple APP store. We believe that healthy you today leads to a healthier the're world tomorrow to that end. We have created accountability features and a platform of curated coaches and thought leaders in a wide variety of areas. All to bring each person to their your best self as a whole and healthy individual. We do this through time proven tools. 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"jaycee" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"jaycee" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"JC recognized her love for dance by the way it always made her feel more like herself. It is the thing that lights her energizes her it makes her feel connected to the universal energy that surrounds us. She's on a mission to get the world to dance and move as a way to express energy and cleanse the body. Whatever creative movement makes exterior body happy? JC wants you to do more of that. Jaycee is the founding teacher and the vice president of experience at the class by Taryn to me after a successful dance career here onstage and in front of the camera including hosting and producing a project on the travel channel called dance the world. JC Immerse yourself in an intensive study of various forms of movement as juicy was seeking a powerful new space to help others. He'll she serendipitous. Lee reconnected with Taryn. To me and became one of the first teacher trees teaching her first class. In January two thousand fourteenth she has since brought the class taryn method to sold out audiences across the world. She currently oversees teacher training program and uses her unique brand of movement driven wisdom masterfully educate and elevate new leaders of the class practice across the country and Canada as a teacher of the class. She guides her students to move across the intensity of the circus us to seek the empowering expressive freedom within today J. C. and I discussed the therapeutic benefits of dance and movement the physical and emotional. Release that it brings and how how it gives us a deeper connection to our mind body and soul. Let's dig in. I'm so excited to have on gold with me today. JC Gossett thank you for joining. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to chat with you today. I am as well. I have been just involved in your instagram. Your because I truly believe in the importance of moving our bodies and not just for or physical expression but for emotional as well and it seems that is what you live and breathe every day. That is pretty much pretty much at for not moving. You know you've heard the saying we're dying and you know one of the things that has helped me always in my life and as people ask me like how how I got into movement and what was my story in journey to get their movement was the thing that just always made me feel more like myself. It made me feel better. It helped me find ways to manage stress and tension but I really as I look back. It's like all of the moments almonds in time where I felt maybe overwhelmed or life was getting to a place that it was getting unmanageable. I had I had deviated from my movement the practice so that's a lot of people can relate. Yeah I've noticed that whenever I'm having a really hard time kind of it's because I haven't gone to the gym I haven't practiced yoga regularly. I am not the best answer. I have gone to movement losses. That at first. Yes I was I was like I'm just GonNa live in this space and I was surprised at how deeply I need to take up space. I needed to move my arms. I needed to feel bigger Gar and I was like. Wow this is really powerful when you have type of kind of like I. It sounds like you're grounding into your body and your taking ownership of it it's like absolutely beautiful practice. How you had a movement practice your train dancer and then you moved into the class and I know that that's been this really beautiful undertaking that it looks like it's sweeping the nation by storm? I know that we hope so how literally we hope. It's sweeping and cleaning out bodies everywhere nation. That's amazing well. I think it's so important like I look at the pictures. And that's why I think I love following what you guys are doing because I look at the pictures and you see pure release and pure joy. Talk to me a little bit about how people come to the class. What their experiences and then how they leave? I want to know about that kind of transition. Totally a so people find us. I would say a combination of word of mouth of the comes and they call someone up. They Love I. I just had this incredible experience at this thing. I don't know what happened. But you gotta come with me next time so I think a lot of it is through someone having an experience hearings impacting them and then them wanting to someone wanting to share it with someone they love or things that don't enjoy the experience and also like you said you're following on social media We are getting our message out that way so it we have a we have a percentage of people that come and I find us for the physicality because is there were known for a very intense and thorough ringing out of the physical body that you're going to have a great rate workout so I think people come in the door sometimes for that first lens of the physicality and then what they experience is the emotional release in like you said it. When and you're looking at the pictures and you're seeing pure release in pure joy Those moments of the class that they may not have anticipated what have happened that leave a long lasting costing effect for them because we all know that moving bodies and poor and we try to get in our fitness throughout our day or throughout our week. But I think the conversation were all in right now is how the movement practice is really really setting you up for mental health and Taking care of yourself on emotional level. So they're feeling those effects which I find ends up bringing US bringing people people back because you connect we prioritize. What were we feel? The most connected to an exercise can feel like this thing that we have to do and then we do it and then we think about something else. We're doing it because we don't love it so much but what we're doing. The class is really practicing life as removing the body. So when you have those types of emotional final release end you feel yourself tending to your mental care in your emotional care that ends up being the same that makes you wanNA come back. I love that I love specifically that you've talked about mental health because I think one of the things that we are so afraid to do as a society is feel our way through our emotions and that can be a very so when I've done movement classes I there's something called vent here in Las Vegas and one of those classes and I actually got emotional a couple because all of the sudden with this realization. That like I'm I'm feeling my way into my body. I'm realizing all the ways I'm playing small right and I had this emotional connection and and tears started to come and I think it's such it's a beautiful thing when you can provide people with an outlet and a place that safe and everyone's doing the same thing right. They're getting their workout but at the same time they're able to connect with parts of themselves that when they get in the car and they drive home they probably aren't. You're not going to be like let me work through all of these feelings that I have. You're when you're giving them the space in the place to be able to do that. Have you had anyone share any stories of Catharsis or any type of moments that they've have been mind-blowing. Yeah Yeah definitely all all the story I mean we. We have had the privilege to have people come through through the class. In use the method of it to work with specific TRAUMAS that they've experienced in their life either older current people working through grief of losing loved ones. Be Career Changes Divorces marriages Redefining finding themselves like coming in working on very specific patterns that they're looking to shift but what you were sharing of of having that safe space to Begin to feel into your emotions because they're they're incredibly informative like thank goodness we have emotions. Thank goodness that That it's designed in that way because they are transmitting very valuable information but like you were saying this conditioning of you know they're inconvenient and actually we don't really WanNa feel them because they kind of get in the way sometimes and there's this expectation to just not have emotions in especially in the corporate world within the business world and But we we know is that they're they're there and the more you ignore them the more they begin to wreck Kavak on your mind and your body and your heart and your life so once you begin to put the body in motion because as you are feeling A it.

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Speed vs. Safety: Rapid Approvals from the FDA

Sounds of Science

09:46 min | 2 years ago

Speed vs. Safety: Rapid Approvals from the FDA

"Why is the FDA's rigorous testing so necessary. Well I I think you're aware that a lot of drugs fail From safety concerns we all know about getting sleepy with antihistamines. Or you know that's the actual aside side effect that comes from the action of the drug on the brain. That's at the senior centers that we would like to counteract allergy. So that's what we call pharmacologic based aced toxicity. It's an effect actually on the target. But it's in a way that we don't want it to act GOTCHA. So as we're working on very new drugs we often don't understand like where there's receptors are in God or the brain or the immune system. There's a lot of things we don't understand about the basic mechanisms of action of disease and there's lot of things that we don't understand sometimes about where the receptors are in the buddy. I mean it seems great. Yeah but that's why. I'm kind of glad if my original training and classic Comic Anthology Because you have to ask questions okay. where else is the receptor? Who else could hit end so? FDA trained to think about those nightmare scenarios of what it could do that. You don't want it to do right and ask those hard questions to make sure that we have the checks and balances right a lot of the early drugs That were used in AIDS. Patients Cause Peripheral neuropathy and that wasn't shown very well in the animal models models but it caused intense pain in the patients at the same doses that was needed for the virus. It wasn't until later that we got the protease inhibitors that really counteracted the road. And that's the basis of the lifesaving therapies that we have today I was really fortunate to be. FDA during that time when the protease inhibitor came through so switching gears a little bit what is personalized medicine. When it comes to patients like for example adjacent armstead and meal Amac? I understand that Jaycee is a twenty five year old with Lou GEHRIG's disease while meal is a young girl with batons disease who have both recently benefited from personalized medicine. He I think we have come to the place in drug development where we understand a lot more about genetics of disease so so yes switching away from viruses and into genetic Madison we have a lot of inborn errors when we learned that there is an inborn Gene that was missing in a patient has always been there born like that and as soon as we can diagnose them and with that replacement gene product or the enzyme of interest interest. We can save their lives so. LS has also been learned to be a whole series of different mutations responsible for LS Um and so you have to look at those different subsets according to their genetic diagnosis. But we also know that Batten's disease is a specific mutation and there's also something like fourteen different forms of Batten's disease that are mutations in same pathway that result in the same type of phenotype of neurological article degeneration some earlier some younger and some an older kids or adults in the case of Mula. She has two mutations that are different on both of the wheels that caused the dysfunction of a particular protein. Batten's disease six seven and there's only a handful or double handful of kids worldwide. They're known to have that particular subtitled batons and Jaycees case she has a very aggressive form of al it lasts called F s mutation and it has a particularly bad course people with F.. US typically sadly succumbed LS typically approximately a year. Because it's so aggressive. It's very hard to intervene soon enough. And there has never been a medication that could actually address the fundamental gene problems in these two cases so we need to design whole new the truck when we find the particular mutation and it turns out depending on the molecular biology and that control mechanisms around them. A tation some all of them are amenable to go nuclear type therapy and both of these girls have been their particular. Genetics have been amenable to A strategy she of using nuclear tight enter equally sadly we did not know that. JC had this particularly bad ale ass us until she was twenty five. Her family had lost her twin sister at the age of seventeen and Alex add add. Actually he contracted the symptoms of L. S. at age eleven so the two girls were identical. They had the same mutation but one got symptoms at eleven on the other at twenty five. JC I guess Through some grace right. Her symptoms arose during time in which a drug was already available in unaccompanied show that happened to be appropriate for her. So I understand and that in this case she got lucky. Well in a way because the drug already existed otherwise we couldn't have intervened quickly enough. Yeah it was an act of considerable effort on the part of the patient advocacy group project. LS The head of Columbia University's LS LS center. Dr Neil Snider in the company who originated the drug and all of us that were helping around the sides trying to support like an exoskeleton including Charles forever and I was helping with the regulatory strategy and also trying to make sure that the drug that was chosen was actually appropriate to the most expedient animal model so as a result of that we were able to put together a very lean and mean I N D for JC and get her approved through the FDA. I have to say. FDA was understandably cautious but when they heard her situation detail and how she'd lost her twin sister the understood of course about a few and they made a lot of exceptions to the usual toxicology regulations. Well I know that she had been she and her family. They had been advocating pretty publicly for a while up until it was approved. I if I'd been in her mom shoes I would have done the same thing called. She lower local congressman. The Stephen King and there was actually quite a response. In Congress. There is a bill that was put forward to ask. FDA to move expediently for JC. I don't know that that had specific impact but just to say that they got some considerable public discussion. And how Camilla's case different in her case Tim you At Boston Children's Hospital recognized that her condition was suitable for an exon skipping being drug very similar to Isis Been Raza and he was able to use a similar backbone and design a drug from scratch within several months it was quite remarkable global. We've done the testing for it and then we've Were able to get started with just a acute data and then I designed a type of a program in which we would update the FDA very regularly on the progress of the toxicology studies so that we could extend her dosing and again. FDA's group group that does an enzyme replacement was wonderful. In working with us to customize that I approach how do you envision cases like these being handled in the future after all not everyone. Everyone has a congressman. That's willing to go to bat for them. Like Jaycee did not. Everybody should take one. There's definitely a sea-change coming is really exciting. And it goes back to the changes brought about by the AIDS patients who identified that they were an extreme unmet medical. Need we see the finalization of the L. S. guidance. We see a lot of guidances have come out on rare disease from the agency in the past twenty four months. And I'm very excited about this because we're really getting to the place where we custom tailor the amount of upfront non clinical research. That has to proceed to human trials customize. That the patient's situation well do you think that each was going to require its own uniquely designed non clinical research at will or will there kind of. Okay you're not gonna be able to have like a standard version that works for most Aso's typically called platform toxicology in kind of a dream. Right now when you look across all a good nuclear tides you find out remember. I mentioned early in this talk about the pharmacologically driven toxicity. Let's say there's another place in the genome that has has a similar sequence. We end up having the drug acting by its intended action bit at the wrong place which is an off what we call an on target but unwanted toxicity existed that could arise by modulating genome which is a little scary right to put something into the spine or once. You invoke gene therapy. What's done is done so you need to have really careful toxicology evaluations that look at the animal as if it were a miniature clinical trial? And you know you're basically siklie handling the animals has patients and so we get as much information as we can vary from each particular experiment and try to make sure that Ed's translation Lee accurate for predicting patient risk. We need the parents to know that right. If if you were me. Resigning are up to our child. An an in-and-out shoes

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"jaycee" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"jaycee" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Next reports. I think people probably shouldn't say against them as that like Joey Fatone. Look fifty two twenty was in the band. Thank everybody had had that one junior prom at your table photo. Looking back realize one of your friends took a married, man. She didn't realize college kid came back. This is weird. The juniors. Guerillas with what I didn't realize at the time was clearly a forty five year old man dragging, and John was Joey I think they got penalized in a canceled out your Justin Timberlake foreign away is the most celebrated performer of any of these groups. Yes, nobody cares. What jaycee Shas is doing? Yes. I can't name any care, you know, an alarming amount due for a tiebreaker. Let's bring in Andrea from Salt, Lake queens. Thank you. Yeah. I'd have to see my favorite would probably be one direction since they're the band that most oft comes on as I'm driving to the gym at four thirty in the morning, and I feel like I'm incognito celebrating their music. That's the only time that I can public. It would ruin my reputation. You turn it down when you get to the red light like, oh, God, let me turn that down. And then you blasted again when you drive away. Residential neighborhood and actually creating any red light. Any other state? You're safe. I guess you could say for just pure star power. The new kids on the block Mark Mark became such a big movie star. Right. And so I think he's probably made more money than a second-string new kit. Mark. My producers coming in Mark Mark with. Shaded he was associated. But he was like a second was a satellite member Marky. Mark spunky bunch. Yeah. Yeah. Mark was in the funky bunch. Educational. Like, a satellite thing going on. But you're right. He's right to say it wasn't a band member. And so in what's Walberg is that another band now he was in the new kids. That's a burger giant. He started his own roots? You can catch him on the show of former MTV Jay Kennedy this.

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"jaycee" Discussed on What We Said

What We Said

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"jaycee" Discussed on What We Said

"I post about it. Sometimes Amanda Graham, and I've had people that I have converted to it that love it. So if you wanna watch. Shit. Go look it up, but I made as a JC in life you have to watch three episodes. And then if you like it good for you. If you don't we won't why won't ever talk about it again. So I want to ask. So we did watch three episodes jaycees a little scared at first. But okay, here's the thing. I didn't hate it. Yea, I wasn't like it's not like I'm dying to like Watkinson happens. But I genuinely did not hate it. I was like, okay. I'm Dalla good. I'm down for this. I could watch it. But I also am not like I need to what you know. In your super a show. You're like, I gotta know. What happens? Yeah. Not feeling that vibe. But yeah, the hard thing is show. Yeah. I think is the thing is with that show is my brother watched it with me, and he was like you have to it sex. Because the first episode you're kind of boring because you're just getting the story line. So I feel like if you were to watch like six episodes. Are you really drawn? Yeah. You would not wanna stop because it's just like so many questions you want answered in just have more questions. Yeah. And I think I said this last time, but it's a great show because you never feel safe watching it because they're not afraid to have good characters die. You know? Yeah. I know as another shows where they're in hector's down. You're like, I know they're going to live through this. But in some of them like, oh shoot. See you never feel safe when you're watching an action scene. I like it also we just finished the show you Chelsea came in halfway through lifted already watched half the show, and then she came through a very good job of recapping. Because jaycee told me about it before we watched it. She gave me like a thirteen issue to say a little too long thing as when they're no it was so good. And it made me really watching. I was all caught up. I feel like I didn't miss anything. Yeah. When you start we start watching halfway through. So that's a crazy show about a stalker boyfriend. But it's interesting because you like. I really like him and re routing him for him. But he's also stockers with very interesting concept. So he just got finished with that. And we're who's as something else about that show? No forgot the next thing is that we on our way to allay today listened to a little bit of the audio book the subtle art of not giving a bully sell. Chelsea. Did you have any thoughts on that? We wanted to kind of talk about it. Because first of all you've been reading it. Yeah. We both had reading this book, and it or listening. Yeah. It's one of those books where there's certain times where every single thing he's saying on wanna read it down to write that down so good. So we are driving to ever trying to take notes and I'm like, wait. I can't like, yeah. It was drying rain. It was pouring rain. But I wanted to write down everything he's saying because it was so good..

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"jaycee" Discussed on The Story Collider

The Story Collider

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"jaycee" Discussed on The Story Collider

"I was start getting projects where I can be doing serious fo- cana- science research. And even fill in health and safety foams without kind of giggling by route comments or whatever. I had one trip. I was always going off to Hawaii. I had to take politician various serious piece of TV code lava jaycees. So we're not to Hawaii with the Discovery Channel failed in all the health and safety phones. I might get burned to live by twelve hundred degree and mitigate this hazard by wearing this massive ridiculous suit. And went out and did the show, and I took the whole thing very seriously. And it was a very serious experiment about bubbles and getting out of lava flows, and then kind of went back home. And I watched the shower afterwards. She's embarrassing enough. But really embarrassing. It was like how is deadly serious during most of the show it kind of kind of wasn't may. And the guy was there. Where is awesome old Hawaiian guy whose lives out by the law, and he'd flat out refused to wear the massive Silva suit? And he dressed kind of know is. But he had his resign protective kind of fellow proof stuff on eighth. And when the Discovery Channel interviewed him, remember like me, and I was like this is very dangerous for very serious. We're gonna interview him and he's like. Even though I'm older than fast. I can still outrun that lava flow. And that was like. Back. God I'm going to be the serious guy. But. But yeah, this kind of side to my life. I started to realize maybe I need to. Be a little not take myself. So seriously, we. I went back to teaching. And have fun. But my students we had in two thousand twelve there was a series of quakes on mountain Guerrero. And I was kind of joking with my class. All this happens. A law is probably just rain would moving through the volcanoes nothing to worry about. And as often the case, I was massively wrong volcano, and boom and. Am I had to kind of that with my class? But but it was involved in the in the science surrounding this and. Most of the important science into the serious people, but many Stu and cough a little bit related to the the rocks. That come flying out of the volcano, the ballistics Roxette come out of the volcano. They smashed all along the Tango crossing some gone through the roof of the hot the roof top bunk. The bottom bunk out the bottom of the hot. Pretty full on unluckily. We could still kind of laugh about it. Because it happened in the middle of the night and there no one no one in the hot. And I went on the crossings. There's no one cared. So we have this big research effort. And then one them sitting in my office. And. We said we've been doing this. We. Giant cannon mention giant cannon. I can fi rox with and various other kind of machine that can melt rocks to make magma..

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"jaycee" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"jaycee" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The extra Jin temporal scanner thermometer. Few two to five. I mean, this is unbelievable. I talked to her parents appearance is very very private and on their religious. And they were telling me that she had been missing they were looking for her. You know, they know where she went and this and that so I talked to her one other time a few years ago, and she was about to be a freshman in college. Oh my God. Oh, and she posted. She's okay. And she she needed a lot of therapy. And he said that her parents were getting her that. And then she says she's still in therapy. As far as I know when she the last time, I talked to her before she entered college that she was still in therapy. But she was living a normal life. And she was getting back to you know, the normal. You know, so I don't know if you heard earlier, I was talking about the two security women who rescued jaycee Dugard, they were they had the same inner voice that you did they saw her with her creepy. The kidnapper. Child, rapists, and he had his trial by then. And they said something was off the JC wouldn't look up. Something was off. They saw what you saw. And they did something about it. And for that jaycee has her life back, and I'm sure you know, for this girl, it's the same. It's it's truly remarkable. It's a it's a remarkable story, and how many other girls did they do this to did they ever find four other girls that she was adopted with has gone, correct? I guess they never found any traces of the other young lady. They don't know what happened. I don't know what happened to this day about the gentleman. And was it. You know, did they find anything else because I know that the young girl, the she was telling them about the other young girl, and where it was located because I guess she didn't really know the street or anything like that. Or she just told them about the landmarks or something does she saw round there? Oh, she's adopted from another like what she abducted from another. She from California or another state. Oh, my. So we'll see from Washington fake ID for her because you can't travel without right? You have to have a driver's license. Oh my God. Control of olive definitely a ring of. And I'm hoping that they were able to to find this is unbelievable. It's like a movie. Yeah. They have everything the gentleman had all the control of all of the paperwork. Everything goes forty passes. Everything he wasn't into let her go to the bathroom. He wouldn't let her order a coke. Yeah. No all that poor thing and she'd been going through this hell for two months, two months. That are out there that you know, these guys these holes can't operate unless there's a supply demand rather. So they're going to supply these poor girls, but there's a demand. There's a bunch of creeps out there. They're just as bad as the guy that's taken this girl on the air. They have their hand in the kidnapping to. I'm yes, we don't get to talk to people like you all the time, especially us, we're low-life. So she'll. Yeah. This is such a treat to talk to somebody who's done something like amazing cell March and underachiever tomorrow. Thank you so much guys. Thank you. Thanks to Alaska Airlines for for telling their their employees that you know, praying that was great. Yeah. Yeah. Get a raise. Did you got? I mean, I swear to God. I did anything, you know. Did you get a raise? Did they say to you like did you get employee of the month at least? But we don't do play of the month employee of the month. But I know I didn't get anything like that. And I didn't expect anything I was just know horse, your gut. But now in the training, I understand they have a big picture of you. And you're like Fanta praise. Yes. Shrine. Good as her. But if you could be half as good, we're we'll take. Thanks so much for stopping by. We appreciate it really Shelia. Thank you guys. I really appreciate it. We appreciate people like you. Because if it were Phillips believe you that girl in Bangladesh Thailand, Cuban happen. It has to be me. No, I'm saying if you you you you get on a plane, and you look down, even look you're not gonna look my cocktail God. I hope nobody looks at me. And I hope nobody know she thank God for people. Like are. Absolutely. A genuine hero amazing. It's five thirty. That means it's time for headlines. Gave you see has dependable traffic when you need it. The most westbound side of the ten freeway right at grand now working at an accident. With a carpool left lanes. Busy here. Coming up from Monte vista. Westbound side of the one eighteen sycamore be aware of a stall. That's in the second lane from the left and yet another minor problem. She'd be clearing this hopefully within the next couple of minutes is on the northbound five the.

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"jaycee" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"jaycee" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And but but obviously since jaycees not winning these competitions, Tyler is kind of getting the best of him at the moment. But let's get into this comic Pedo. We finally got the comics. They've changed this up a bit, which is which is why we're going to see much faster times than we normally would, though Casey's still, obviously very impressive in comparison to the rest. But instead of the normal, like you know, you look at the thing and then you try to put all all the pieces together. It's a, it's a one to one choice every time. So you've fifty fifty shot of getting it right for every question. So it's gonna be a lot faster. It's considerably easier to get through this one, which I'm not. I'm actually I feel like this worked better. I know some people are. Out on it because it was so much easier. But I feel like visually it works better because we know the correct answer as they're going along. It's more of like an obstacle course, he kind of thing. So it's more visual in terms of the action that's going on there punching the thing down instead of like hanging whatever it was that they were doing before. So actually, I actually I liked the changes. Yeah, I feel like I at first I was like, no, I don't like this at all. This is terrible, but also like I hate change. So that's partially what it is. But yeah, I was like, what? Where's the line? Where's the chew? Easy? I don't like it. The only depict like between four different things. That's nothing. But I did like when they punch them like they're a real superhero and it looked like they were real fight, really fighting crime. I- I liked it. You know, I feel like visually it was more entertaining to watch, I guess, because you've got to see each individual person goes through the course and do put their own spin on it. I mean, Brett broke the course you broke Winston. So that was pretty funny to see miraculously he was healed in the next clip. But I feel like with the zip line one, you kinda get a little bit of humor with like them using zip line for the first time because usually they're pretty bad at it. But then it's just kind of like, okay, they're going to go back up. They're going to do the up line. They're going to just watch it and like slowly go across and then run, and you can't really tell what's going on. You can't really tell who's doing a good job or who's picking the right answers, like you said. So overall, visually it was. More entertaining to watch this one, although it was way easier. I mean, because with the previous version you had to look at the backgrounds to and this one you just had to look at the people. So there were as many possible little small changes that you wouldn't notice. So it was just it seemed way easier. And I also didn't like that. They didn't involve all of the comics. They only had some of the people up there, whereas I like that with the the original version, they had to do each comic. So if there would be a way to incorporate all the different comics rather than just showing them on the screen, the beginning, I feel like I would like it more. I feel like the could've done more choices and they also they could have incorporated the background in could just be a square cut out. So I think there are ways to make this easier. Honestly, I feel like the the thing that kind of failed in the portrayal of this competition was that it was always going to be incredibly difficult to portray it as anywhere near close because Casey got it on her. First try in two minutes and Haley. The person that we're building up is like the only person that can really screw this up, took. Took over like almost nineteen minutes. So it's like it's hard to get any real tension because you can't show more than one run of really anybody without immediately letting you know that. Okay. Well, this didn't work out. So Casey took like six minutes to watch the comics in the beginning. I mean, that would be the only way that someone doing more than one run could possibly have lost a Casey..

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"jaycee" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jaycee" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I seriously, I, I will say this. I know what else Gardner said in that. Once you have a chance to win America's favorite player. I will say that if Tyler is in the final two, I don't expect him to get America's favorite player even if he's voted for it. I, you know, that's a prize that they can just give to anybody. It's a producer's discretion about what votes are going to count and whatnot. So I would expect if he's if he's second place to get the to get the nod for America's favorite player, but we'll see. I think if Tyler loses the jury vote, he, he gets it hundred percent saying, oh sauce, I if he wants, I'm sorry if he won the game, I don't think he gets it. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's certainly possible. Although I think second-place might again, I think JC is in there for the casual vote. I really, really do. I think he has been like any any casual fan of the show that I've talked to about this season is like jaycee is so funny. You know, he's he's the most distinctive Casuals really been on the show a lot. I could easily see Tyler Brett and and Haley like splitting the vote between themselves in terms of the hardcore fan base. And then the casualties just going all in on j. c. and you You know. know, maybe maybe stealing a win there. I'd just I'd watch out for people are wondering who had the least amount of votes. That'd be apropos for JC. Winnings. Right, interrupt you. But you know, he's such a fan of Trump Trump got the Republican nomination because there were all these people who are splitting the votes, and he won with the plurality..

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"jaycee" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jaycee" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I feel like Tyler is almost at the point where like he he should probably just like let back a little bit on this because jaycee knows, and he knows he knows what at least just be like, yeah, I got a little crush on her. It's not a big deal. So if you're being baron, dude, like come on, it's like you got it in your head in his like, all you can see. So come on, like we got a nyc, we couldn't. We're going to be fine. Stop worrying about it. You're you're Tyler voices is being into Fethi territory. I will. That was not the intention. I was very different. Yes. So maybe Tyler gets fussy when he's in showman's mode. I think it's just it's, it's the. The second anyone sounds whiny. They sound really. Voices is just whining anyone. Complaining entitled is very, very whiny in his come on. Why are we doing this? Let's let's. Let's. It's all good dude. So Jason's like they're constantly, they're constantly asking me about you, Angela and the diary room like this is clearly he's. No, they're only asking you that because you're like talking about it all the time. He's like, no, no. I only talked about it when they asked me about it in the diary room. Tyler is has a very bad bad day with the with the tire from. Yeah. Every time someone comes from the DR they're causing trouble for him. You really need. Find out who's in. Dafter him. So j. c. said, look, we need to break them up Angela and Casey they need. We need to take a shot at them. Bret really wants to. He's not read is not stupid. Like fussy. I could tell you could catch you having sex with Angela and I could be like, no, they're not boyfriend and girlfriend and fast. You'd be like, oh there..

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"jaycee" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"jaycee" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"You could just imagine the voice behind the camera. So is Queen bay here the stabily. Leading into, but she took it hook line and sinker. But yes, it's never a good good narrative to anoint to yourself the royalty of the house. And I know that in days we're getting probably right around the halfway point get in nearing their, but five people are gone and eleven are still there. You're not the Queen of anything yet. You know, this is this is no time for this. If it wasn't jury, I'd be actually actively wondering if she's trying to get a victim. So that way she could go and hang with swaggie for the rest of summer or something along those lines. But this is a an epic. Collapse the lakes. We have not seen in quite some time, and it's really, it's very fascinating. I'm loving just such a fun aggressive cast with geez jaycee and her and even Haley making big moves last night. I think it's fun to see people there to play, especially when their version of playing is just so poor, throw Angela into them. Everyone. Everyone they are there to do, whatever it is they think is to be done in the game, which I think is just leading to so much fun and so much bad play. It's amazing. Yeah, I do think that this house is sort of come in and been indoctrinated with the. We have to be good TV. We have to be exciting. We don't wanna be boring like last season. And then because the made a lot of sloppy mistakes, which we love. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I think that this must have been a casting Mandy here that they were like jet us, people who are who they are and are going to be that way through and through and swaggie was that way. And Caitlyn was that way and they all own who they are and it's so much fun, you know. So I'm really enjoying that. And this is I know that we normally stick to the funding games in the silly business here, but I have been thinking a little bit about the strategy of the season, and we have seen that nerd archetype slip through so many times because people under arrest. Meet them. And what we've never seen before though, is the surfer slip through or jaycees are type slipping through. And I think it's very interesting to see different types of people being underestimated for whether it be their sort of personality, their physical demeanor be style of laid back. And I'm finding that to be really interesting this season because what people don't understand is someone like the great Murphy Brown that we discussed last week. She actually wasn't affected player and it's because of the package. It comes in. No one thinks of vicious. Liar is this week southern Bill. Just like everyone thinks the surfer is not intense and nobody in their mind is thinking that they can't beat JC when it comes down to it, and it's the same thing that sort of got a Steve and an e into the end. But now it's flipped over on the Stephen in type where now Scotty is immediately on trustworthy and Cameron goes home..

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Tom Brokaw rails against sexual harassment allegations

The Mark Arum Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

Tom Brokaw rails against sexual harassment allegations

"The romaine lettuce more people getting sick as a result of that e coli outbreak nearly a hundred people in twenty two states have fallen ill after eating romaine lettuce from the yuma arizona area fda investigators are looking at dozens of farms in that region trying to find the source this is a particularly nasty strains cdc's matthew is is one that tends to cause more severe illness based on toxic profile that it produces more than half of the people sick and have ended up in the hospital ten with kidney failure so far no deaths supreme cuba wsb new ajc poll finds lieutenant governor casey k goal ahead of his republican rivals in the race for governor the jaycees greg bluestone addressing the trump factor the polls show that i've been jordi of odors republican voters want their candidate say that loyalty to donald trump is a key factor in whatever kennedy pick and eighty percent of republican voters gave trump high approval rating the positive reviews of his performance in office so far so he definitely is playing a factor voters go to the polls on may twenty second longtime nbc news man tom brokaw being accused of sexual misconduct the nine hundred ninety s linda vesta was a new reporter at nbc news when she said then nightly news anchor tom brokaw grope and assaulted her because of his power i was unable to talk about it so i was silenced and there was nothing i could do to seek recourse because to have done so at nbc would have been the end of my career you spoke out to variety because she said nbc and other companies are doing too little to address harassment brokaw denied the allegations saying statement he met with fester twice twenty three years ago because she sought career advice.

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Grand jury indicts 4 in death of university frat pledge

Atlanta's Morning News

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Grand jury indicts 4 in death of university frat pledge

"Of the drive as your alternate mark mckay wsb must be news time is eight oh two this morning news and here's marcy williams judd update breaking news out of florida the death toll rises from that massive pedestrian bridge collapsed near florida international university this point at least we can confirm six fatalities others are injured miamidade officer alvarado isabelita says this is now a recovery operation witnesses describe tons of concrete smashing onto stopped cars on the tammy trail smashed in the screams that were coming from the car was terrifying the bridge had only been swung into place days ago the ntsb leads the investigation georgia carries out its first execution of the year the jaycees rhonda cook reports carlton gary did not speak or even look at anyone death without ever acknowledging any of the family members who were seated on the front row when we entered the execution chamber he had his eyes closed and never opens them gary was dubbed the stocking strangler after a series of murders in columbus in the seventies rent jury indicts four people in the hazing death of an lsu fraternity pledge from roswell wants to make sure that the messages sent loud and clear that this will not be tolerated wsb legal analyst phil holloway says nineteen year old matthew knock when faces the most serious counts of negligent homicide the others are charged with hazing max gruber's blood alcohol was six times the legal limit when he died last fall the long wait for drivers license since a fifty three year old woman over the edge of the dds office in kennesaw polly barfield allegedly threatens to blow the place up others who've been to that office till channel two action news she's probably just frustrated barfield tells arresting officer's she wasn't serious but she has been charged with making terroristic threats police hunt for the man who set fire to towels of the ross dress for less near the mall stonecrest injuries to import and everyone was able to evacuate the store with no problem but to campfire captain eric jackson tells wsb their significant smoke and water damage police tell us they have video of the suspect from surveillance cameras georgia hires tom green to coach dogs basketball wsb's barlow wyan reports it's a six year nineteen million dollar deal released a statement saying this is a basketball program inside a great university that could compete for championships doing it the.

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