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"jelena" Discussed on KNSS
"All whistle and another time out for Jelena as Bates was getting trapped on the left side again they can then when the new we were wrong he left the game earlier with an injury and so it's the freshmen Selma dates that's been running the point for to lane she only averages a point and less than a rebounding game she's done a pretty good job but she is the dribble up early a couple that nearly was costly is both instances thirty two seconds left in the game to lanes got the basketball to lane sixty Wichita state fifty four thirteen on the shop floor with a green one so if the shockers could hold here they'll get the ball back with a chance to tie your take the lead service then the overtime and here we go it'll be cheated getting at AM side one left side still looking what does the we'll call a time out with a basketball no doubt he Adams will this season wrote a play that is not get a shot off probably until about six seven seconds Max left in the game thirty two seconds left in the game so there's a two second differential between the game of the shop well Wichita state will then down the basketball down by two sixty six to sixty four.
This Too Shall Pass and it Aint That Bad
"To the Shalini. Show Jelena's a New York Times bestselling author celebrity fitness trainer in obsessed assist with helping you. Actually we're not going for a ride. We're just sitting in my car. Thanks for being here and keeping me company. I've got a nice Warm Cup of coffee. He and I got ready a little early today. So I've got like an extra twenty minutes and I was just sitting here going over my day my push journal and I thought you know what I've got something on my mind. I WanNa talk to my my lifers about this one and it's really the idea that life is hard like well and sometimes life is good and easy and we don't always recognize nuys when it's good an easy. It's funny how that is right because you've ever given birth. If you have kids you gave birth to those kids. You know what I'm talking about like you quickly. We kind of forget the painful uncomfortable pieces and you consider having more sometimes but what I really wanted to talk to you about. Is it kind of that idea like talking about the perspective that eventually everything gets better the this is life and today actually yesterday I should say yeah it was yesterday. I was going through this big box of photos. I mean photos from when Britain. I all the way back to when we were just. I married newlyweds. Pictures from our wedding pictures from when Brock was first born and then when he was a toddler Adler and all the birthday parties and then Sierra being born in I do apologize. If you're listening I don't know what the deal is. There just are not as many photos of Sierra. I guess that's at Second Child Syndrome but in my own defense. It's also when like we started taking digital photos and so once everyone one-star doing that. We stopped printing photos. Are you with me like how many thousands and thousands of photos do you have on your phone right now. Div Not printed them like remember remember. How every single week? I don't know if you're old enough to remember this but we all used to go to costco or CVS or the drugstore like probably like once a week and you get this big giant pack of photos autos and it was so weird because you didn't know what you're going to be getting because you took the photos but you didn't have a digital camera to look and see like if the photos were going to be good or not you just picked up this huge stack of real photos. It's so strange that was like a minute ago and it was over. The course of Sierra's lifetime. We just went straight up digital so there aren't as many photos of her poor girl. Love you girl but anyways as I was going through those photos Brett was gone for a couple of days. I was like sitting on the floor and I'm going to these photos and I was really thinking about what was going on lives during those times times like looking at a phone going like. Oh Yeah Whoa I remember. I remember who was there that night. I remember getting a fight earlier that day. I remember remember the argument. I remember vying that skirt. I remember buying that dress like you know what I mean. All those memories were coming back to me but I really started for some some reason thinking about some of the more trying times over the course of the last twenty twenty five years and as I was looking to these photos otas thinking about some of those tough times. I was reminded that in those moments I remember feeling like would would never get better that it was so painful and so horrific in so uncomfortable. Whatever it was right because there's all these different stages there's just never you can't imagine it being incredibly different? I looked at photos when we were in our first Home together and thinking about how how many months we had to work to afford one window treatment. We had this one kind of bigger window in our downstairs area and I had a personal training client at the time who is a decorator and she had these like ornate beautiful window uh-huh treatments and just remember going. Oh Man let's have her designed one beautiful draperies like this beautiful ornate window treatment and and like we had a scrape up every penny to do that and and it felt like such an extravagant thing and I just remember thinking like what would it be like if we could do like all of our windows you know not just have this one night it was now we just have one window but like there's one area where we had like one big tall window anyways ways I remember feeling like will never be out of debt like will we ever have a savings. Will we ever have that time of the month roll around when and we have to pay our mortgage will we ever feel like it's not painful right and then and then I'm looking at more photos and remembering when things dig a little bit easier but but then I remember like then. I'm looking at times when the kids were little and just feeling so overwhelmed and so alone and feeling like Oh gosh this is so oh hard into my doing this right and it's so stressful and I just remember crying and crying because Brock would never stop crying crying when he was a baby and people say the rudest things like. Oh your babies Koloki because they're picking up on your energy you know that you see how it was blame and just remember so many of those struggles and then you know going through additional photos and seeing people who were in my life for a period of time who you know there are good and bad bad times and I remember like the really bad times. I remember like having relationship problems with like a person person who's like no longer in my life and to think about the grief that I was feeling in that moment and then to think like wow. I haven't thought about them in fifteen years breath that time in my life that person became all consuming then every time I I looked at another photo and thought back on what we. We're feeling at that time I would just take a deep breath and the sense of calm just kept coming over me as a reminding myself that nothing's permanent like everything gets better the worst of the worst pain and tough times and challenges. Eventually it gets better eventually. You are better for it. Nothing stayed the way it was. We made it through everything you have made it through everything. No matter how dark the the pain is it you feel right now no matter how much despair you feel and how sad you might be and how devastated stated you may feel this is GonNa pass things are GonNa get better. Your pain is not permanent
Giving Yourself Permission to do Big Things
"Hey there welcome to this edition of of car smart Friday on the Shalini show which seatbelts on we're going for a ride welcome to the show lean show Jelena's a New York Times bestselling filling author celebrity fitness trainer in obsessed with helping you live your life so today I am answering your questions and these are really fun question so I posted this up on my instagram stories and I promised I would give you your answer. Some of these are really deep but I'm excited to talk about the stuff off by the way these are questions all pertain to like being successful or like going for it so the first question was why I do you think that people are afraid to go after their dreams and I think the reason why people afraid to go after their dreams is probably obvious it's either. They don't think they're anof. They don't think that they are big enough important enough smart enough that they're going to fail. L. And nobody wants to look stupid. Nobody wants to be vulnerable and that way and so. I think it's interesting that people don't go for their dreams. I think it's even more interesting when people don't have dreams or what. They say that they're dreamer. Their goal is it's like dude. You're already like that's just going to happen happen. It's like saying my goal is to someday be fifty one years old like that's GonNa Happen. You know what I mean like so often. I asked people like you know. What do you WanNa do like how how much money do you WanNa make or what would you like to build. How would you like to feel or look at things that there are already on pace for. That's not a goal. I mean that's not something that pushes you. That's not something that stretches you. When I'm talking about dreaming I mean giving yourself permission to dream think about something that feels elusive that feels difficult that feels far far away like Brenton I when we we're making our vision kind of like our five year plan if you will and we were doing this as part of a mastermind group remember the sunny. Do you remember orange when you're talking about three percents percent Yep. We're this mastermind group that we've formed where we invited the very first mastermind we did. I think this like two thousand nine we invited small group of people from different industries but all you know business folks but different stages like to the gals had like a a spray tanning business they were starting together and there was a psychiatrist and an inventor of physical therapists sutter capital of Yeah Yeah Venture Capitalists. It was Kinda cool. It was cool. It was really cool but anyways we did this exercise together as a group and we all wrote down what we wanted our lives look five years from that moment and Britain I wrote our own and then we were kind of comparing notes and one of our mutual dreams was to live on the ocean like live on the ocean or I should say on if near the ocean ocean your abuse like a Beach Beach House right. I don't know that was picturing living on the ocean but I was picturing living like you know I could see it where I look like a walk to the beach and yes and like frankly those homes here in southern California just to give you some perspective the same house that you were to buy like in a nice neighborhood neighborhood but off of the beach on the beach. It might be another add five million dollars. Would you say that about right. Maybe four million it depends on how big houses but yeah typically if you're moving towards the ocean you have a few of the ocean on the ocean. You're looking at you know four to six months in southern California yeah in addition to like that's minimum yes. Oh picture your average size house in southern California. You know how expensive that is and now take another four to six million on to the normal price they just because on the ocean so when we said that when we put that in our five year plan plan like that felt very dreamy. It didn't feel like it was for sure GonNa Happen. Were ready for it in the next year or two. That's for sure right and you know I said this today. I put that on paper but I am not an ally and tell you. I thought that was GONNA happen in five years. Here's how I create a dream and it's that would be super cool. I think it's within the realm of possibilities but I don't know that it's likely that's what I call a dream a dream emerson like I don't know if it's like that likely to happen. I can see that it's possible. That's a dream and I think too many of us too many view. You say okay well. Here's this dream but you know it's very likely if you just put a little bit of effort into it to come up with a dream that's really exciting is is to put something on paper that you like that would be freaking on freaking believable and a little scary and scary yeah to get to that point. It's GonNa. There's GONNA be some risk involved and there's GonNa be some a strategy and you really have to think about it. I remember those three percent or meetings that we had to Kinda correct a couple people because like you said earlier they put down goals or crazy things can happen if I were like. Wait a second you're already doing. It's like the next year like it's almost like when you write down tattoos that you WanNa do tomorrow and one of them's brush your teeth yeah. It's a a small. It's not even a drink. It's a small goal. It's not even dream so so there you go so the next question was what is the difference between between well okay with this kind of a local. She gives a little backstory and says she regularly self sabotage ourselves so she said I am trying to figure out whether I have fear of failure fear of success okay so I don't know the answer and I do think they're different. Someone who has fear of failure. Oh year typically in not always most situations you have either really critical parents errands or critical people around you and so your fear of failure is that you just want to be accepted and loved and when you messed up you didn't feel those things as a child usually sometimes fear of failure though is because you have so much success around you they you're afraid to fail because then you again you won't belong so. I think fear of failure is our desire to belong desired to have significance and we think if we fail sale that will be lesser yeah I like rejected or we won't be loved. We won't be accepted. I think that's what we're fear. Failure comes in and fear of success different. Fear of success in my estimation is someone who when they think about being successful that means a comes with more responsibility expectations demands change. Jim People are afraid of change that if they are also I think fear of success sometimes is that people think well if I'm successful of a lot of eyes John. Me and then people will know that I'm fried so can be some imposter syndrome imposture soon for sure and if I get too big I've been up too many eyeballs on me in somebody. If not many people are gonNA figure out like it's not real yeah so nope if you think about both of those things right or fear of success and fear of failure in either case you just want to be accepted and you want to be loved and appreciated you. WanNa be enough so the way you get around. Both of those is knowing that how other people feel about you has nothing to do with your worth earth. It has nothing to do with your value. You are enough. You're worthy and you are significant because you're you your child of God so get over that and I also think the only way that you can fail is by doing nothing. That's how you fail and the only person you'll fail feeling you're feeling is you're failing yourself all right next question. Shalini I really we have some big dreams and goals but I don't want to let go of the security that I feel and that security or my quote golden handcuffs are hold me back from doing my own thing okay well. I get that and I don't know if this is from a guy or Gal I can't tell from the username but security is another natural human desire like we all want to feel safe so that's normal. It's natural and I don't know your situation but when we want security it's oftentimes because we want to keep other. The people save two so my recommendation is because you mentioned golden handcuffs so I'm assuming that means. You have a well paying career. There are job or position. Maybe it's even a well paying business. You don't love and you want to go do something else. Here's my best advice. You frigging do it but don't quit that thing that provides your security. Is that what you're gonNA say hundred percent okay. What were you gonNA say Dabble. If you have some crazy like if you're you're not happy with what you're doing. I'm going to throw this out there but you're making a great income or you. Are you know you're providing for a family and it's just not in the cards but you know you're not happy but you have this like it to do something amazing or you know or different or something like that or you just have a great great idea then dabble in it trade out because you know what it might not be. It's that whole thing. The grass isn't always greener type of thing and it might be one of those things things. Were you start dabbling and you're like okay. I'm glad I didn't go this way because this would have been a disaster. If I were to quit this great thing so dabbling it see how it feels and then just go slowly because you don't always have to just jump all in to something that's so dip your toe in that's right absolutely Salihi in and you can dip your toe and realize this ain't that thing but I I at least I have the security of my job and I know this going way back but when we first I were married I was working as a paralegal and Brett was off playing football and actually at this point when we were first married to play football all right yeah true but actually when we first got married you were done playing football on uh-huh and I was working as a paralegal and I knew I decided my mind. Oh this is not my thing. I do not want to be an attorney. I thought I wanted all my life to be an attorney and I take them to L.
"jelena" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"I feel like it's like Jackson Miami bass. Okay. Well, as a two thousand one the Space Jam soundtrack has gone, six times platinum. It's probably more. Now, just couldn't find the Space Jam soundtrack legitimately is one of my favorite soundtracks of all time. So so good all of the songs on it are legitimate like hits. And I hate that. Because our Kelly's on there. But also songs are so good on that they are the first CD I ever owned. I think it's one of the first I ever and maybe the best CD of nineteen Ninety-six. I'm confident that doing any research. Definitely the best film of nineteen ninety six. Yeah. Easily. Wow. Oh, shit English Patient. Came on the same day as The English Patient, which went on to win best picture kind of like how people like Harry Potter and never long Bunn. But which one's the real the boy who, you know. It's exactly exactly the same quad city DJ's worse. Three people. See lemon had CC lemon. Jay ski. And then the singer was Jelena leflore, Jelena, speaking of Leffler, Harry Potter. You're welcome. But she competed in the goblet of fire faked hand, she competed in the goblin of fire Demi and she wants to marry Fran Fran. Fran weasley. She married. One of the ways lease. Bill. Fran there. Other hit was the nineteen Ninety-six train. Thank you. Which I thought that was a rap remix of Barry. White's theme from together brothers. Together brothers is. So that's not the part. I'm it was Jimmy and Johnny together pair of brothers who I can't tell you being serious relying work at your lying pack, son. So. The two guys in the band. I part at an eight in a group known as the chill deal. Then after the chill deal does all things were to chill they reformed as ninety five south who you may. Remember having created there? Same two guys named for ninety five which is a highway that translating Florida. Wow. That makes a lot of sense, then they also went on to work with disinvite producing freak me, baby..
"jelena" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Cool Loretta shows up man, I love him. He's everyone does van. He's gonna kill it on the beach beach all weekend pink has some new music featuring cash cash. This is Ken we pretend. Where is it? Here we go. Oh stuck? Oh, my goodness frozen. Kick dirt in it. We'll come back. We won't the president. Can we? I really like your shoes. Casually. Very nice awesome. Now. Chelsea handler was on with our friends at the breakfast club. Earlier this morning. I was starting to get some tech say they're talking about someone on the show. Then we found out who it was. But last time Chelsea handler was in our studio. Greg t was naked. Yes. So they talked about that the last time. I was here. I remember somebody pulling out their penis. What's? Yeah. I wasn't here. I'm sorry. You worry here. There was a white guy here and he pulled his penis out. Greg. It was. You won't be doing. Charges. Right. Where he works. Video of he doesn't my my my makeup artists at the time was so excited. He was gay and he was like through the window taking pictures of the guys peanuts. Title. T- leaving we call it leaving a legacy. All right now, if you watch the today show when our Roku does the weather, he'll do the national weather across the country. And then he'll kick it to local weatherman. He in your city. He used to say, and now let's see what's going on in your neck of the and that's what you'll hear right here. So they go to the New York, weather and the guy Chris amino who's the weatherman didn't realize he was live. So it was having a conversation maybe dropped enough bomb. Oh, I love Chris amino. Great. It happens to the best of what's going on around the country. Here's what's happening in your neck of the woods persons passed onto a weird things. Strange. But I didn't do that. I wouldn't allow. Jelena's weather. So that. And we'll end on that. Thanks about. I know, you know, look, you know, then you're working with microphones and your. Here's the thing. We have a button we can push. If someone says foul word in Italy race, it they don't have that usually on TV. It's live. Sorry did someone curse. Savannah. Hey, great, t we're just talking about. Hey, everything went priests lose, right? Yeah. On believable, my security team was up on it, man. Why are you so upset would it mean? All because of my what happened that we're struggling to get to me. Well, they know Chelsea handler's. She recalls last time, she was in the building you had your things sticking out believable. I thought they were my friends over there. You don't get Charlemagne. He said that I was small penis. He's right. He's just like like one hundred times. Listen to me bullies. Don't do that man. If we're brands were boys were hanging out go. Hey, the problem is you're not you're not hanging. More from the Mercedes Benz interview lounge juniper is in here. If I was onto I would insist on having some sort of screen with words on it. The only time I ever forgot the words on stage when I was pregnant. No, I look back at my background. I'm like the words. Brought to you by Mercedes AM G E prepared for whatever comes your way in the all new GT four door because life is a race. Visit your local dealership for a test.
Kim Jong UN, North Korea And Jelena discussed on BBC World Service
"Committed to overthrowing the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN says it carried out a raid last month on North Korea's embassy in Spain Jelena's, civil defence a self-proclaimed human rights group denied using violence Spanish judge had accused them of shackling embassy
"jelena" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Stuff Jelena's says is making it harder for us to listen. But there are also things inside our own heads that get in the way. So for example, you might notice that sometimes, you know, when you get a group of people together, right? The conversation isn't really a conversation. People don't often ask other people questions, they don't, and they don't really listen, you just sort of take turns telling stories about themselves. Yes, I call that speechwriting, and it's not really listening. The if you're while the other person's talking of that's just as sort of gap while you're writing your next year. Your mind. Exactly. That's not actually listening to somebody listening takes brain power their studies that show that the human brain can only understand one point six conversations at a time, which is enough for one person in a little bit of your inner monologue. That's the amount of bandwidth we have. And if you're in an office where you can overhear testing talking right next to you. They're taking up one of your one point six. We don't have any leads and unless you put headphones on and this person conversation is inevitably going to be decoded in your brain. Because we'd programmed to decode conversation in the way, we listened might also be hardwired depending on our gender men tend to listen in what I call it a reductive way, which is to say for point for solution. We like to have a problem and solve it bang. Thank you very much onto the next thing. Yeah. Women tend on the other hand to this need more of an expensive way. It's not about a point. It's not a better solution. It's just about going with the flow and being with the person and listening and enjoying the journey with them. So you get this mismatch way, she comes home and says I've had a terrible day downings being absolutely awful. This happened that happened. And he says have a bath you'll be fine. So I think the two listening are quite different than when we become conscious of our filters, then we can start to play with them and change our listening position. And.
"jelena" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"At the short breads. Those don't see. Dozer bullsh- eliminates bullshit. Not bad. Savannah smiles, fuck you. You put down some cookies. I haven't in a while, but I want to. I'll tell you, I did for Sunday. My cheat meal on TV old Jelena's takeaway or myself a whole Pomodoro. Nothing. She's pizza for the family. Just pop Shaab. Here's some real pizza pizza and oral the best. Did he say that he lied to give it up now. He's like, that's good. It bothers me when people don't give it up for Jelena pizza. My my kid won't eat pizza, right. He will eat that pizza. I've eaten pizza. Okay. I've eaten beaten Italy. I've eaten pizza in New York. I've been pizza in Chicago, lower buddy, the league closest pizza, New York Jelena's the best I've ever had artichoke pizza, New York. I had pizza in Naples. This where my friend said, you have to come to the pizza here. Naples and said, we went upstairs and this little place and he was from Naples, and I have to say it was ridiculously good. Jillian event pizzas hard to fuck out. How do you spell Juliana? G j Doug, I n a. With an e. That's a tough, but Jelena's j I didn't travel sled. He's a genius. But gee, there's Jelena's Julia, take weights, the third linked, and I think it's right next to where it is Lena, even it's Louis right next door being going there and get a slice pizza. You don't have to wait. Yeah, Pam starving. Now you're yummy. Great sale. Turkey played right now. Nice to eat. They're pretty much every time we do a gone all the time. I haven't been that a while. Heaven dude, we're gonna sugar fish for hot minute, ethanol sheriff either. I mean, they're not giving that fish way though. The really it's not cheap lunches. Now now there's certain restaurants lean is the way to go. Yeah. Yeah, there's. Certain restaurants, you can spend hundred twenty five dollars to people. So quickly Julieta cream barbecue. This weekend chin. Not this weekend. What what happened?.
Indonesia earthquake: aid begins to arrive as death toll rises
"Aid is beginning to reach isolated areas. Of an Indonesian. Island struggling. After an earthquake killed more than one hundred thirty. People AP's area shaklee reports rescuers have doubled down on efforts to find those buried, in the rubble volunteers and rescue personnel were erecting more temporary shelters for the tens of thousands left. Homeless Lomborg by the magnitude seven point, zero quake on Sunday evening water which has been. In short supply, due to prolonged dry spell on the island as well as food and medical supplies were being distributed from trucks the military said five planes carrying food medicine blankets Felton's and water tankers have left you caught up for the.
John, Novak Djokovic and Jelena discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"The quarterfinals at wimbledon include topseeded roger federer number two seed rafael nadahl eight seed kevin anderson number nine john is ner and twelve seed novak djokovic on the women's side it was kiki burton's upsetting the top raining seed number seven carolina plus cova angelique kerber jelena's ostapenko and serena williams also advanced over the weekend uw huskie men's eight won the championship race at the royal henley regatta sunday the road against oxford brookes university the huskies take home the.
"jelena" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"All do i trust the nfl of our jelena's no i'm a player i wouldn't but i was going to say i don't know if i trust julian edelman i mean yeah you all play by the same rules it's all been collectively bargained and p p came up dirty but when it comes to gather reuben foster right you know or aaron jones second leading rusher for the green bay packers that's part of the scary season jillian this isn't part of the scary season but when that phone rings this time of year and you're an nfl gm were coach normally bad news bothering regarded reuben foster the linebacker the san francisco forty niners he was suspended for two games for violating the nfl's personal conduct conduct and substance abuse policy said in a statement that he said it'll leaves decision he has a responsibility to the forty niners the fans and the community he is committed to learning from this situation making better choices in the future then he also said part of the statement and i quote the support i have received over the last five months has been humbling and i do not take it for granted end quote i'll believe that when i see it when it comes to the gallic reuben foster whatever get i jail free card you just got for the national football league because this could have been a lot worse this guy was balling out last year cut short by angie's but still we know why they drafted him in the first round out of alabama even though he went a lot later based on his talent he should have gone a lot earlier but he was not able to keep his transgressions at zero level he was not able to do that so at a certain point reuben foster remember this you got off easy life in the nfl they don't all your damn thing stop screwing up your talent may be you may think your talents enough that people are gonna make excuses for you and yeah you said the right things in the statement but a certain point do the nfl issue alone you got here it'd be here long after you leave you keep blanking up like this and a certain point keep just gonna wash the hands of you if you don't believe me have a conversation with jameis winston asked how he feels right now with all the nonsense he's done before he got to the national football league and the one time he cannot control themselves he's back in that box again reuben foster do you want to be that dude where people say man remember ruben foster guy let it all go away why are you going to continue to do that if you're an nfl player especially gathered a talented but don't realize exactly what kind of privilege they have in front of them yeah and as you mentioned this has nothing to do with that you know that when he was accused of domestic violence which by the way remember the accuser is his girlfriend from alabama and talking to people back in tuscaloosa she was a problem then and but kept around problem now she accused under a she she testified under oath that she lied about all of that and reuben foster all charges were dropped that domestic violence this is something completely different yes this was before that and it was like a gun in marijuana when it comes to the substance abuse policy that that he failed onto the personal conduct policy for the nfl so i'm with you man this is one where you hope it's a wakeup call and there's two games expansion for reuben foster because his talent is off the charts his nfl iq off the charts away from the game he's got to be smarter about people that he hangs around decisions that he makes you mentioned scary seats you mentioned the scary season i wonder how much of that is because of the culture that these guys are in in because when you when you've been told for a long long time based on your ability and base near talented no matter what you do it's all it seems like it's been ingrained in guys ingrained in young men that somebody is going to allow these things to happen because your talent is too good to ignore somebody's gonna want your talent because they believe it's the.
Joanna Gaines Shares New Baby Boy Name
"Is it really an accurate description clean meade is an appropriate terms has bruce friedrich with the good food institute doesn't have the bacterial contamination article or other drug residues more environmentally friendly product stephan kaufman cbs news fixer upper co host jelena and chip gains have welcomed their fifth child it's boy the proud papa announced the birth on twitter he wrote the gains crew is now one stronger the stars of the hdtv show have two daughters and two others suns the family lives on a farm near waco texas coming up members of congress tour detention center in texas near the us mexican border we'll have more of that story just ahead but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives it's two twenty five let's check in with daphne brogden diamond bar we have a new accident there on the southbound fifty seven just before the sixty split is a moderate slowdown for that just north of there not a moderate slowdown almost a full tilt stop because of roadwork this is on the westbound ten after via verde very slow does pick up though by the time you get to zeus and pasadena they have slow traffic dude roadwork but the it is the smaller stretch than it was before after sierra madre you're slowing down and after mitchell linda you're speeding up and on in gardena that accident is in the clearing stages that was southbound one ten rosecrans pain rosecrans and the ninety one now is just a little bit of residual slowing next report at two thirty five i'm daphne brogden with more traffic reports more often knx ten seventy newsradio we've got a slight chance for some patchy drizzle this morning otherwise we'll have sunny skies once the.
Why are New York's subways not improving
"Hi i'm jerry murphy from city limits and this is ben max from gotham gazette and we're pleased to have on the podcast today nicole jelena's the senior fellow at the manhattan institute who focuses on new york economics and infrastructure there and also a columnist at the new york post you should find her combs and read them all thanks for joining us thanks ben thanks jared i'm happy to be here so we're going to talk mostly mta on there's a lot happening with the with the mta management budgeting etc a new transit chief who's got a lot of ideas and a big new plan and obviously lots of budget considerations in than people's everyday lives that are affected by it so just sort of broadly speaking you know where things at right now how are you evaluating what's happening with the mta will i think it's been a year since governor cuomo started to put his new management in police at the mta he pointed joe lhota to be chairman a year ago this week and since then he he put in some other top managers throughout less summer and so now that we've had a year more or less of allowing these people to do their work i think there's two things people are thinking about are the immediate problems the delays and in disorder getting better and longer term have they finally put in place a plan on what to build how to build it more quickly so that we have better faster service so i guess let's hit on those two things where they add in terms of seeing some progress or not on the day to day running of the subways well with the delays there's really no discernible trend in either direction the good news is that things seem to have stopped getting worse the bad news is they're not getting demonstracy demonstrably better yet for the writers last month for example sixty six percent streams were on time that was better than the sixty one percent of the previous month but on the other hand they had eighty five major incidents which was worse than the month the previous year when they had seventy five major incidents so if you're with the governor has made statements saying people will soon see that things are getting better but so far the writers can't be blamed if they're still seeing more or less the same level of delays they were seeing less year now february march yes we had some bad weather and so forth and we really need a few more months before we can say yes things are getting better no they're not or they're still just going up and down either way but for now no it's not time to declare victory at
"jelena" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Discussed her to think about sex with me now well discussed her to think about sex in general but i but i think that has to do with me she's being defensive she wants it that's what i was trying to think that and i keep floating things that are like oh what she's very resistant we've you just throw out an unsolicited deepak you know remember the good times i get the feeling she'd probably tweet it to everybody she knows she's not even on twitter is your name jelena go wanna go leonard what nationality is here maybe heinz fifty seven don't have a clue a little irish little this little polish little that and this fifty seven's greg sauce mixture of every you know let's say a little bit of this and a little bit of that not like heinz fiftyseven ketchups ice like sweet nasty catch up for saas it's nice apparently loving swayed rolling disguise themselves as funny swipe rival benue vile when i see like a girl on bubble is like i'm funny i can't swipe left quick enough just roll with the times you just roll you disrobe you're a good person somebody gets you a hard time you just say whatever you walk away left on this phone calls looking for some still talking about the whole situation why don't we have to go to mommy daddy daddy mommy's can we go back with the old the old times like this is the father of the child the mother of the child what's up mommy daddy and daddy mommy it just cringes me what are you talking about mommy daddy what are the world are you talking about lady why are you still talking when i sweat left on you two minutes ago what is happening never answered me.
"jelena" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"This to me this is your ena by default jelena's just got off can't throw strikes he is the tyler chat what are the american league and i don't know if it's fair or not does that got flynn but every time i see philly having a bad start i automatically my head like hey i betcha zach eflin pitched shirt up it's zach it's the second game because i watched it because i i've gotten dolan a couple of leagues and i've got vetted few leagues so i'm like yeah yeah i wanna i want to get on board with this let me check it out and then every time i look like oh yeah that's who pitched today and so like i said not it may not be may not be his fault but that's that's the mind association i have that guffman so i can't use them because i thought medically associated with losing effluent is one my my association with him is for some reason i think of sack ephron so that already has me a little bit discouraged in terms of wanting to to use him he's kind of an enigma to me 'cause like the fifth and x v are both markedly lower than the yarra but then you look at you know some of the the underlying metrics like he's swing is twenty two percent he he's given up a fair amount of contact like this like i don't understand like what he's doing that makes the x v in v in granted i haven't watched very much zach eflin.
"jelena" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"Can we talk to grandma on the helicopter after we talked to target and jelena's while we not saving the granddaughter for the spirit of foolery with her granny you right maybe i got it twisted maybe who we need to be defending his not the grand mother for don't a little paddock with the slipper on lady's face maybe we need to rescue as the granddaughter i don't know who are we rescuing here at all not i think that we need to re someone needs to be rescued though i think we need to rescue grandma heady because grandma hetty ended up in cuffs and grandma had he didn't live ninety five years old you can end up in no cuffs and ninety five years old because you wouldn't get up out the bay now grandma did call the police in an i don't grandma caught the police because grandma says she needs to get up i don't think grandma called the police because she thought it was anything wrong with hitting somebody in the face with a slipper so what we do is we're going to rescue grandma who got five on bond at five on bond if we can all pull together as a delegation i believe that we can get grandma hattie out grandma had he probably ain't even still in jail but just for the sake of this conversation we're going to rescue grandma and we're gonna say grandma here's the thing we slap people anymore or was slippers brit jones says that some old school disciplined without a doubt first of all you know how i know it's old school because grandma wanted her add a debate and all she had around her to help her was a slipper and she lifted her foot off and allowed her foot to be cold long enough that she could slap this granite that is the most was the let me tell you something my mother would me would mickey mass paddle one time just like i was just sitting there paddling just wind blowing blowing on the low ball and the paddle and then my mother found something that i did and she took my joy she took what was joy from me in the moment and.
"jelena" Discussed on Go Time
"A project which is designed so how would i describe 'em go so go is sort of like the temp to use a go like syntax to try to use a version of go that's able to run on very small lowpower single board system on chip type devices like the sem thirty two microcontroller so wait you're going microcontrollers how's that possible well it's not possible k unless unless you do a few tricks which is many people who program are jelena's think they're using c plus plus two program rg knows but you're not you using a c plus plus like syntax and you're using a bunch of the c plus plus tooling but it's not actually a full see plus pluses are do we know microcontroller programmers find out relatively quickly you can't do all the same things in our we know see here's c plus plus we know the language is called artery now for lack of a better her so i view 'em go so go is like that it's a stripped down version of a lot of go functionality it's not the full version of go if you think you're gonna run all the same go stuff on a micro controller you know you're dreaming but who said you need to do that to d doing something amazing and useful i mean that's a false dichotomy so this project 'em go it takes the it takes the compilers and go does cool hacks to create a bit of a tool chain and he's had a couple of blog posts that were featured on.
"jelena" Discussed on Go Time
"It's been the mazing couple of weeks obviously flying jones with goes really cool you know you're welcome but but that is so just one piece of the coolness that's going on out in the world of go in and bet it systems this would be a great chance to give a shoutout to m go o 'em go so 'em go is a project which is designed so how would i describe 'em go so go is sort of like the temp to use a go like syntax to try to use a version of go that's able to run on very small powered single board system on chip type devices like the sem thirty two microcontroller so wait you're going microcontrollers how's that possible well it's not possible unless unless you do a few tricks which is many people who program are jelena's think they're using c plus plus two program rg knows but you're not using a c plus plus like syntax and you're using a bunch of the c plus plus tooling but it's not actually a full see plus pluses are do we know microcontroller programmers find out relatively quickly you can't do all the same things in our do we know see here's c plus plus do we know the language is called artery now for lack of a better description so i view 'em go so go is like that it's a stripped down version of a lot of go functionality it's not the full version of go if you think you're the run all the same go stuff on the microcontroller you know dreaming but who says you need to do that to d doing something amazing and useful i mean that's a false dichotomy so this project 'em go it takes the.
"jelena" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Drawn in new jersey experience prevailed over youth in men's doubles in the miami open americans bob and mike bryan captured their thirtyseven masters one thousand title meaning russians karen catch enough and ugly rupe live in three sets american phone stevens beat jelena ostapenko in the women's final at miami i'm barton bloomberg sports update it was a good old fashioned beat down in san antonio villanova lead early never looked back in crushing kansas ninety five seventy nine in the second national semifinal the nc double a tournament eric pascal leading the way for the wildcats at twenty four amari spelman off the bench had fifteen jalen brunson eighteen dante david chen zone with fifteen nova now thirty five and four loyalist magical run came to an end where they lost the first game of the doubleheader blowing a ten point lead in the second half michigan storming back for a sixty nine fifty seven to win getting twenty four points and fifteen rebounds for the wolverines at our monday nights national championship game having won fourteen in a row in toronto blue jays or five thirty winners over the yankees has dell in batangas surrendered a tiebreaking homer in the eighth to yon herbison lardy kevin pillar with an insurance run stealing second third and then home the right hander taking the heat right there's a low take up man and you know made a mistake to stall couple basis obviously made a bad throw on that thomas stepped and through all the yankees offense off the bat of tyler austin two homers he drove in all three wrongs outfielder billy mckinney sprained his shoulder adam warren was hit on the right ankle by comeback x rays on both were negative aaron judge got the start in center field sunny gray will start the santer noon the mets roll on with their second win in as many games downing the cardinals six two jacob degrom seven strikeouts over five and two thirds for the win solo homers off the bats of travis d'arno when you went assessment as stephen matt's goes this afternoon at the garden that expelled.
"jelena" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"What to do about eur one sided friendship today on the show lean show walk international ngo jelena's of near dis bestselling author celebrity fitness trainer obsessed with helping you live your dream life i recently did an episode here on the sean show entitled how to cultivate important friendships it's episode number two six six and if that's something that's important to you go back and listen to that episode after you listen to this one and then episode the one about cultivating important friendships sparked a lot of questions and even concerns from my audience many of you asked would you do how do you handle it when your relationship feels as though it's become one sided or really unbalanced i got this message so many times over the course of the last couple of weeks it i knew it was something we needed to explore further so let's go there first thing i have to tell eu is i don't believe there is such thing as a one sided relationship there's two sides every relationship now you might have your own interpretation of how things are going but so too does that other person step one is to recognize that framing a relationship as onesided is is detrimental it's not going to help you understand what's going on and it doesn't serve either view all it does is create resentment on your part whether that one sided quote one side a relationship is with your partner or friend nothing is onesided nothing especially when it comes to human relationships is always multiple sides i think a better way to frame it would be dmib e considerate unbalanced that might be the case let me ask you this who have you ever been angry with someone and then you get together with another friend and you can't tell them about what happened and.
"jelena" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The reds tonight five two four blue jays were reading the yankees eighttoone socks lead now in the a at least up to four games dan reaganite side continues now recent of franco in for dan tonight hamdan half wbz news radio 1030 you vaughn ninth side with dan ray how did you find nights i in england i love radio and i love into that right yeah and we'll ugly waldo lied to the stumble though you plug narrowly when i got my pride blockes in and enjoy great conversation you can listen to the show you know where you are and thought let's not by the news watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 welcome back nathan listeners memories of the of training for dan race explain seventy five ten 1030 and you're listening teen nights at on wbz newsradio we are talking about this hour we're we're continuing our discussion about healthcare because it's lively and callers are having some really great ideas and this is kind of how washington should work like it works on america's back porch here at night side so just for the new colors that are jelena's while we're talking about specifically is the healthcare debacle and in my opinion that 'obon of that obamacare was as a more like a fact actually that obamacare was the total sal out to the insurance companies and my question to you collars is obamacare in need of major chains is it she just be wiped the slate wiped clean and gulf war with the new plan do you support the graham cassidy down these are the questions that were flooding anti tonight i've got some colleagues on the line so hold on for one second i'm just going to give a quick summary we're talking about how as i said in the former previous hours the obamacare bell was written by in four the giant health insurance companies former well point lobbyists liz fowler wrote the bell less she was working for senator max baucus who has generously in handsomely funded.
"jelena" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Jelena's that our resources are not at risk the council could vote next week on the motion and says the council could should reassure those living here legally that the city will do what it can to protect them mayor garcetti says he's cool with a sanctuary label i'm ed rolling back i think it's important for us to be communicating in these very dark days where a lot of folks like the dreamers but he says the sanction weary status as more about stating values then changing policies there is no sanctuary city that invites criminals here protects them and gives them extra bonus points for being undocumented that doesn't exist in los angeles he says la has not had any backlash from the feds andrew mullin back kfi news this report brought to you by the rose bowl flee mark get this weekend actor blake hereon has been found dead in a home in locker senna cops say the 35yearold actor who starred in the nineteen 96 movie shilo may have died from a drug overdose three water main breaks have caused the sinkhole in a street in woodland hills about 24 la dwb customers are without water because of the problem they were later today main breaks were reported about two thirty this afternoon on hatteras avenue cruise been working on the brakes but to head the water restored any time now eight were hoping to have it done by right now at 10 dozens of deaths have been reported in mexico following an eight point one earthquake that hit off the country's southern coast as if area of the world with off the coast of chapel mexico region this is the largest recorded event we have in the past century usga ss roberts sanders says the quake overnight was so powerful it was felt as far as mexico city within five hundred miles away a spokesman for the oaxaca state governments is a very high percentage of homes in his state were damaged or destroyed the quake hit as hurricane caccia was approaching at mexico's gulf coast that stomas winds of hundred five expected hit the land it already has just a couple of hours ago they announced that he did hit the gulf coast of mexico people in.
"jelena" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"In jelena joe lease net flex film first they killed my father about the perfect violence from the kumar rude regime in cambodia and the 70s drew a standing ovation at telluride natalie portman produced documentary eating animals based on jonathan safran fours book also garnered hype along with iway ways human flow about the global refugee crisis and scott coopers brutal western hostile starring it christian bail as an army captain who reluctantly agreed to escort and ailing native american to his tribal home taxi driver writer paul schrader even showed up with his best movie and two decades called first reformed and it's an eco thriller starring ethan hawke and that just tell you rides us right into tiff the toronto international film festival which opens tonight with a gala world premiere presentation of borge mcenroe which tells the story of the epic rivalry between swedish tennis legend bjorn borg played by spurious gooden menson guys i really have a hard time with these northern european name so excuse me for what touring them uh and his greatest adversary the brash american john mcenroe played by shilo buff which should be really interesting casting choice this rivalry came to a head during the 1980 wimbledon championships and the film's director janice metz is the document terry unknown for the war doc armadillo which won the critics week grand prize at cannes so it should be interesting to see how you translates that documentary experience into fictional azinger reallife event.
"jelena" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Cars to low income in jelena's they are electric vehicles that's white blue la how do you that you're poor before you does your depending on your income 20s there are available to everybody would bother with this if you were just if you had it cut money in a car you wouldn't bother with this thing said no it's true they're claiming now the zip car in charge rates in it up to seventy eight dollars a day but if you're poor enough you could drive actually just eighty cents a minute for the drive times so if you drive there call a day we cost a few bucks i guess according to this also present at this big ceremony to announce this groundbreaking electric car sharing program for poor people whose california state senate leader kevin duly own and we have a little clint from him we're going to have electric vehicles speaking in spanish the gaulaa rv view kariya mandarin cantonese and so many other languages is horse tall he's he's sane he's yellen about electric cars that speak the god in armenian yeah career and career spanning this is what and individual applaud it lenovo i don't even know is every i just shake my head everybody's nuts everybody's crazy i speak two wanted cardis speak to main anyway car started up your driveway were yet to talk to sean weekdays at two kfi am 640 more stimulating talk harry insides joe an understrength have you been looking in stupid sir but here's the thing i did not want plastic surgery i did not want the rich i did not want plastic surgery i didn't want the risk i didn't it have you you might have looser saggy skin around your face your is your knack round your job if a cult i had like three that's why i threefifths of wind but all have in my stomach as a tone coming up this morning on the gary and shannon show what you want your wednesday patras going to join his for the bachelorette report dr wendy walsh and maybe it update on what's going on and no try to hearing channon on wednesday we get a chance to check in with our friend pressed when we train as a kid speak they too this is size to heal of course oh jeez gary and shannon lee mornings at ten am 640.