34 Burst results for "Jenin"

All About Crane's Critter Care

Say What Needs Saying

06:47 min | 2 months ago

All About Crane's Critter Care

"We are back we are doing a new segment where we bring on a small business owner so we can talk a little bit about their business about what they do. What kind of issues or problems. They've come up. Come against in starting in running a business. You know maybe business during kobe and whatever comes up and so right now we have with us gen from cranes critter care john. Thanks for joining us for the first small business segment. Thank you so much for inviting us into i actually chow four chinchilla friends with me this ursula one thing. That's a little bit different about further care. Is we go far beyond just captain dogs. We do all sorts of exotic whether it's earned small mammals sarmiento reptiles anything because we have so many people that have pets chats dogs in. I noticed when i was working at the ap l. That was a big issue. People were having was not being For anything other than just basing cat dog or if they had animal what medical issues. So that's one thing that Critter cares able to do is we can do animals with medical issues whether that be needing shots multiple times a day medications multiple times a day. We can do dogs or cats with behavioral issues. That could normally go to a kennel or normal. Dog sitter whether it be sonic stranger danger or anything bats. We also work with harder cheeses. I personally love the challenges in house. Seven years experience were sheltered in animals because training shelter. Animal is so much different than training in that. You thought from the pet store in today's nickel company though. It's just a little bit different methods of going about things but it's been really great overall. We've had to change a lot of cova right. And that's one thing. This kind of bennett trick is as cova comes up each month. We have to kind of a daft. Do whatever we see that customers are looking for whether if the people going out of town so that increase number of training sessions of we noticed people wanting more medical care people wanting more educational seminars. So whatever people are looking for cranes critter cares filling in that gap and just go with the flow of were covance. Add in what people are meeting with as far as animal care. So where would you say you start. Sounds like such an amazing and valiant effort that you're doing especially for individuals in the community. You're almost like an immeasurable acid because through You're still trying to push still trying to make sure that the animal care is first and foremost so what pushed you into his avenue this world so i actually started adding animal shelter as a veterinarian assistant. I was there for four years and then i switched to another shelter as their main foster four nader doing educational seminars. And that's one of the biggest issues i noticed was i was in the intake department where people would surrender. Animals in have issues in a big thing is lack of education whether it be their animal has issued. They don't know how to properly train or fix it. So then immediately playbay. Just surrender or their four hours a day. Don't have anyone to let them out in the they don't have time to have an animal or someone passed away or moved out there. Sheila left behind. They have no idea how to take care of. It can shallow surrender over and it's one of those things where the more education were able to provide the public a lot. More people keep animals in their homes. Take better care of their animals. It makes a better relationship between the owner of pet in more animals. Just stay healthy happy home. So it's a little bit of keeping animals out of the shelter keeping almond good conditions just for improve quality of life for everyone right. Yeah no so. I wanted to actually ask about something along those same lines. Since we've been going through cova. This is something that we touched on. In in one of my classes actually we were talking about Pharmaceuticals and medications for animals versus for people Was he was business of biology through. You're talking about big pharma quite a bit but you know one of the things that came up is that there's different right if you have a life threatening disease or disorder. You're probably more likely to get that medication than you would. For a life threatening disease or disorder for an animal or at least some people are so along those same lines of what you were talking about. One thing that i was hoping to kind of get out there. One thing i think that needs saying is i'm sure that lots of people bought a new animal because the kobe right. You're locked up. You're stuck at home. You need a buddy someone. Yeah but that said tat. I'm slightly concerned that we're gonna see a big christmas dump ejup fact at the end of covid right where everyone is like. Well now. we're back at work now. We're back at school now. We're busy now. We don't have any time and so well. We have to get rid of the animals. So i guess i wanted to kick it over to jenin. Just see what you thought about that. Do you think that phenomenon is going to happen once we quote unquote get back to normal and like what could you say to pet owners. That currently do have their pet that you know maybe thinking of doing something like that so i completely agree and that's something even when i felt the shelter we talked about with so many people now that they're working from home temporarily were adopting animals but they're not thinking in the future a lot of those times so that's one thing during summer especially i focused on was doing seminars in different on how to prevent separation anxiety. That's gonna be one of the issues as well with on people getting poppies. The puppies are missing to people being home all day leaving for maybe two hours tops and all of a sudden you're drastically or changing their schedule their way of life pretty much by being gone nine ten hours a day. That's going to have a lot of issues with separation. Anxiety being the biggest one and then i see a lot of people once that happens to run around to shelters reasonable surrender.

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10 Trivia Questions on 2010s Musicals

Trivia With Budds

06:25 min | 4 months ago

10 Trivia Questions on 2010s Musicals

"We're going to jump into ten questions on musicals from the two thousand ten's right about now here. We go all right. It's two thousand ten's musical trivia and on this round we are going to give you two songs and the characters who sing those songs in your do. Tell me what musical it is from the last ten years. Here's question number. One world's greatest dad by buddy and never fall in love by jovi. What is that musical with those characters and songs number one world's greatest dad by buddy and never fall in love by jovi an musical number two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders by danielle nautica and last sienna number two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders by danielle nautica and la sienna number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and less number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and less number four on your list. We have a song call impossible slash possible by marie and ella. And there's music in you by marie number four impossible by impossible slash. It's it's possible by marie and ella. And there's music and you by marie number five anywhere but here by a character named j m berry and we're all made of stars by the un davis boys number five anywhere but here by j m berry and we're all made of stars by the davis boys and number six. What's inside by jenna. And any and i love you like a table by ogi don and company number six. What's inside by jenna in company and i love you like a table by ogi dawn and company number seven. Belmont avenue by the wop guys. Kala gero at ensemble in these streets spy. Lorenzo sunny rozina an ensemble number seven belmont avenue by the duo guys Kagoro and ensemble and the streets by lorenzo sunny recina and on samba l- three more musical sets of songs and characters to go by. Let's see what you know about number eight. Why don't we get drunk by jd. And ensemble and cheeseburger in paradise by brick. Tammy and ensemble number eight. Why don't we get drunk by jd. And ensemble and cheeseburger in paradise by brick. Tammy and ensemble and number nine. What i know. Now by miss argentina and ensemble and day o the banana boat song by delia. Charles maxi and maxine and number ten cooking montage slash easy peasy by daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man. By stewart and male ensemble number. Ten cooking montage slash. Easy peasy by danielle daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man by stewart. Male ensemble all your songs and characters from two thousand ten's musicals for general jenner. We'll be right back in. Just a second with the answers to those musicals. We are back with the answers to two thousand ten musicals. Let's see how well you know the musical of the last decade or so number one world's greatest dad by buddy never fall in love by jovi was elf elf based on the two thousand and three movie. There's a great documentary about how that got made on netflix. It's called the holiday movies that made us go watch. That one is pretty number. Two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders bhai danielle nautica in last sienna is bring it on the musical. The cheerleading movie comedy made musical number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and last that's newsies newsies about a bunch of newspaper selling boys and number four impossible slash. It's possible marine ella. And there's music in you. By marie that is cinderella the musical which at one time starred my friend gi palmer. I think one of the backup. Replacement cast members of the lead role of cinderella in that movie palmer number four number five in that movie in that musical is what i'm at number five anywhere but here j. berry were all made of stars. The un davis boys. That's finding neverland number five finding neverland and number six. what's inside jenin and company. I love you like a table. Ogi dawn and company. That's waitress a pie. Selling and serving movie made musical waitress number seven belmont avenue and the op guys calogero and ensemble in these streets by lorenzo. Sunny rozina and bill is a bronx tale. A great movie with robert deniro. That was made into a musical about ten years ago and number eight. Why don't we get a drink. The jd and ensemble song and cheeseburger in paradise by brick brick. Tammy and ensemble. That's escape to margarita. Ville jimmy buffett number eight number nine. What i know now. Miss argentina and ensemble day. O the banana boat song. Delia charles maxi maxine and ensemble. If you know the movie you could against this one. It's beetlejuice the musical number nine and number ten last but not least cooking montage an easy peasy with daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man with stuart and male ensemble. That's mrs doubtfire. Mrs doubtfire and now you know ten questions answers for gen jar about two thousand ten's musicals. Hope he had fun trying to figure those out. We have one more thing for you. Call the fact that the day the fact of the day is the last letter added to the english alphabet wasn't z. It was actually the letter j our tenth letter of the alphabet. Jay was the last one to be added just like hawaii was the fiftieth state. Our last state in the us there. You have it

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Does Halos Delay Help PS5s Launch

Beyond!

04:33 min | 9 months ago

Does Halos Delay Help PS5s Launch

"I do want to jump into what is the biggest next-gen news and it's not playstation five related. Exactly. But I do think it will have an impact on Kiev's five going into this fall, and that is, of course, the news that just a little bit before we started recording which is the fact that Halo Infinite has been delayed into twenty twenty one. It's no longer set for a day at least with the xbox series X. so as xbox one empty versions are also coming out next year. Alongside, that Microsoft did kind of help soften the blow I think mentioned. Oh, by the way it's coming in November. Again, not an exact date but narrowing it down to a month and surprise surprise it's November but they also did sort of mentioned in. The outlined what their plans are for the launch window. So they said, you know there will be over a hundred xbox series acts optimize titles in between games that are made exclusively for next Jenin pc or for games that are made for xbox one as well. That will have like series ax improvements, and of course, they're also touting the fact that they have four generations of backward compatibility, and so you can play thousands of games at launch. I want to get to sort of the way that they're framing the entirety of all of this stuff but I wanna take a look specifically at Halo I. Th they they give some explanation for it. Essentially saying there's been a number of factors that caused the delay and one of them. Of course, being be impact of COVID. Nineteen on you know working from home and having to deal with such big title from home obviously three three as a huge. Studio and I think a lot of the discussion we've seen since this announcement has definitely been a whole you know trying to get in the first take of whether or not. This is good for Microsoft Japan, for Microsoft good for halo bad for halo good for Sony Bad. For Sony, I? Think we've seen like everyone trying to jump the gun whether or not it is good or bad and I think the answer is somewhere in the middle. I definitely want to hear both of your thoughts about it because I've been thinking to myself. Of course, we will be hours but Brian how did how did you take this announcement? I think in terms of means for Xbox this fall and what it means for playstation this fall so Obvious Caveat I'm not a big Halo Guy. That said I am a big video guy I'd love console launches I'm fascinated in the between a large swath of dedicated consumers becoming not so dedicated hopping from platform to platform the sort of like you know the turns throughout the time of of how People have gravitated towards systems and made them. Dominant launch console is always interesting to me. My immediate reaction was like this really sucks. Not even because I had any full intention of playing this at launch although I do have intention buying a serious a series excellent they one but because this, I think. This changes. The conversation around launch consoles, launch games. It changes the conversation around A justification people might have to gravitate towards the system which I think deflates competition a little bit and I think competition is a tremendously important thing in this and every medium and so. It's kind of a bummer. It is interesting though because I do think that like it opens up a different outlet for Microsoft, as you can see, they're already doing with that press release this morning or this afternoon which will try to differentiate their presence. This November against playstations I think playstation is going to be like. This is this big gigantic, shiny new thing with exclusive games and Spiderman and Microsoft's. It's going to be like thousands, hundreds, millions they're going to say like with playstation they were going to be like we have this. Is must have individual detail this thing, this game, this moment, this controller, this new design and Microsoft is GonNa go we have so much stuff just tons and tons of stuff, and so I think it'll be sort of a jack of all trades master of none historic. If you look back especially this generation launch game sucked like. Like it was really not a lot going on The the best exclusive for US exclusive there you know the xbox one which rolled out with a litany of its own personal problems launched a with exclusives like there was a forza obviously. Dead rising. Four. Killer instinct like. Big stuff but not logos. Yeah exactly. Not Really. Like, swing for the fences you know be the first ten, million type of situation

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Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz

Cafe con Pam Podcast

03:56 min | 10 months ago

Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz

"Jenin I talk about her life in Puerto Rico growing up in Philadelphia what it was like to go to law school. Then what a became not practicing law as she started solo traveling and we of course talked about what inspired her to travel, which was being thirty and not being married and having children and wanting that resonated with me as when she talked about letting things be when letting things happen and unfold as they are supposed to when you're a planner and I, think this is one of the things when we get into this topic in the interview that is going to resonate with you as we live through pandemic Jen. Also, shares with us about self publishing becoming a travel blogger and I talk about Australia at the trip that I was going to take to Australia that ended up obviously not taking because that was going to happen between March and April and and that was right when all the things went down. So of course, I didn't make to Ustralia but I did make it to speak at that conference. So I can still call myself an international speaker because I got to speak honest age in Australia while I was in San Diego huckle is that but a winner I'll leave that for another story I will let you enjoy conversation with Jen druce. Jan. welcome together on Prem. How are you? I'm good. How are you is So you are currently in Puerto Rico I. Am okay I'm in Sunny San Diego we are I guess coasts. So you're I'm the Atlantic. Ocean Yes but we both are blessed with beautiful weather I know I. Love Puerto Rican put her because one of my favorite places in the world I love Puerto Rico when I went outside Omega I was from the Caribbean in a past life. I felt home. I'm so happy to hear that I'm so happy to hear that I want more people to come and if they have been before to revisit and if they. Haven't come for the first time because Puerto Rico really is an amazing place and gets a little bit of a bad rep with everything that's happened in the last few years but it just is so resilient and it's such a beautiful island with a lot of natural attractions and you know metropolitan bustling area and a lot of history and culture, and it's just amazing. So I'm so happy to hear that you enjoy it as well for sure in the food I like food. I've had to work really hard to not gain weight while I've been here. Yeah. Go every day. You know it's good for the soul but not necessarily for the hearts up out of moderation I. Suggest let's explore your stories to tell us what's your background with your heritage. So I am Puerto Rican, I was born here on the island I moved when I was six, my family was looking for better opportunities like so many others in that generation I think from the island they just now have their children have started returning to the island and it's a nice thing to see because there is still remaining. Anybody. Who left still has a lot of pride and still loves to share and see things from the island and you know just a sensible Rudo really within everybody here, and so I moved when I was six I grew up in Philadelphia and then I ended up going to college in Miami which became like a second home for me I. Really Love South Florida I went to law school in Baltimore and then I was like, what was I thinking I should've just stayed in south Florida. So mmediately to law school at right back and I was living there for many years I guess ten years. Between School and coming back. Loved it was the one place that was very just like you said, just felt very like home like the people there. I could relate to them like they had delicious food that I liked eating every radio station and play to get the on. Just, a really natural fit and loved it and I still do and I still consider south Florida to be a second home but it's also very nice for me to have this opportunity to come back nappy areas Puerto Rico rather than just like from family visits and family trips and things like that. But on my own and really get an appreciation for the island

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Brandy Alexander

Dr Wilko's Campaign For Better Beverages

04:06 min | 10 months ago

Brandy Alexander

"Good evening and welcome to the Baugh. Last week we discussed brandy. So this week. I'll be making you an unforgettable. Brandy Alexander. Take a cocktail Shaker. And fill it with ICE. then. Add a single measure of Cognac to the Shaker. Then at a single measure. Of Ground Creme de Cacao. You kind of course achieve the same flavor with white. down. But it won't quite make the same color tail in the end. Then add a single measure of. Cream for a few days. It will pull slowly which I'm afraid to make spur. Bad Audio. Yes the sound of silence. Celia Shaker and shake well. Strain into a cocktail glass. Movement or two for the Froth to settle. Before garnishing with freshly grated nutmeg. Breathing delightful rumor. and. There's reason this is often served as a deserved Cocteau, rich and creamy, sweet and flavorful. This drink works wonderfully as an after dinner drink because it sweet enough to replace desert. You can make it even sweeter by topping it with whipped cream. Drizzling Chocolate Syrup over the tone. Alternatively drizzle the Syrup in the glass before pouring the drink as you do. Chocolate Roseberry MARTINIS. And finish with whipped cream. The original Alexander was Jim based. Mixing Gin sweet cream white crimped account. It's rarely seen these days and I would posit this because Jenin Crema. An interesting mix. Well at least that's my opinion on the matter. There are more than a few rumors about how this creamy concoction came to be. There have been many famous Alexander's throughout history and many of them have had their story tied to this particular cocktail drama. Critic and Thou Gone Quinn Roundtable member Alexander. woolcott claimed the Tubas named after him. Other sources say it was named after the Russian saw Alexander the Second. Of Popular Arjun Story of the drink was named after Troy Alexander? A bartender directors in New York City restaurant. Who created the drink in order to send them white strict? Celebrating, phoebe snow. Character and of Popular Advertising Campaign in the Early Twentieth Century. During prohibition, drinkers struggled to hit over the Jin began to swap it for other spirits. And Cognac was the one that stuck. As I said before I feel this is the better choice. Variations on the Alexander besides Jim Brandon committees and coffee LIQUEUR INSTEAD Which makes for a delightful afternoon drink the tastes like a festive liqueur coffee. Swap some of the Kalou of vodka and you get at Exhau- integrate.

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The JK5, Instagram And Norah

Marketing Secrets

04:42 min | 1 year ago

The JK5, Instagram And Norah

"Everybody since they were serious. You as a quick nugget from the traffic secrets book. If you haven't other traffickers book yet what are you waiting for shipping this week? People are getting him which is really exciting. But one of my favorite concepts in that book is actually something I learned from Jenner couture who is amazing fears a number and it's a principle called the J. K. Five and so because I got nowhere here with me in those who listening to knows. She's wearing a beautiful sparkly. Who's this an address? Rainbow Dash Dress and it is awesome. And the reason why I thought this would have nor sitting here on my lap is because it goes into how publish things online so a lot of times I think when most of his published we think okay Russell. I'm a business person therefore I will post business or I'm a workout person so I'm GonNa postal or I am interested in diets or exercise or whatever your thing is right. Fill in the blink. And what's interesting is that When when most people are publishing they just published their thing right. So you can tell us when you go to some instagram profile. And every picture this pitcher them flexing in the mirror key flex nor nor flexing. Yeah they're all flexing in the mirror or they flex or they are all sitting there. Being all scholarly or they are all climbing amount or whatever. This thing is right there. Just every single pictures that the problems makes you very one dimensional person right. It's the people who are super geeked out about your topical Communist Fall. You but the rest of the world doesn't and one of the things I learned nor suplex thinking Casiraghi can and one of the things that I learned from Jenin that we talked about entropy secrets book is the Jacob. Five insists for couture five. She suggest you do. Is You pick five topics that you're passionate about right. It could be anything from From family fitness whatever's with minor mine. Tienanment forget him families rights nor is my family right. Who are you daughter? How many kids are a family? Do you know high. There's five kids so we got Families where my jk five and they got. Because I'm very into my faith and beliefs and then I got funnels J. funnels nor assured a funnel is her funnels got entrepreneurship and personal habits. Those are my five categories and so when I tried to create content. Don't just post everything funnel related. Because I did the funnel nerds. It'd be thought all Russell let's go and everybody else that's weird but instead rotate. My Post and I do this on my facebook. Instagram ON YOUTUBE. Just everywhere posting. I'm rotating through different things and the reason why we're doing that is because people come to you from different ways right like for example. I was at my daughter. Met other dod not known as the Ellie soccer game and only soccer parents cameras familiar dad and we get so each other they all do because this will people do they stock you so if you leave the jump on the the Graham facebook wherever they do their thing and they're trying to find you and they they start watching you also has pictures me flexing like all this guy. Real talks cares about his fitness. He's really boring. Lose interest in south. Follow me or pay attention right or the same at church shirts in there we get along and then they go home. They stock you. They Fall Your facebook share wherever I or they see your ad on on facebook where they read a book they see you on TV. Or whatever I could bring yourselves out that all the time if you will find these are stalking you. If you're talking about one topic you they ninety of the audience will not pay attention to you hiding from you guys anyway so instead digital. Make yourself more well rounded character person inhuman right as he posts about different things if you look at my feed those that rotates through different things right from family to faith to funnel controversial personal element back in kind of rotate through these things. And so that's kind of the the power how it is and what's interesting about is then somebody comes to your. They come to your church and eat something instagram. And he's like Russell guy he's kind of cool and they follow me and they seem talk family. Oh excuse me all state make. Oh what's this business thing he's doing? What's his personal with entrepreneurship? What's that it comes back on the family and they connect with me through thing that they know before they'd because they see the other things I'm talking about interested in more likely to engage me and so because of posting this way and sharing things just kind of this little different way. It's been really cool. Because people in Business and then come to me having conversations about faith post faith every five or six post people who come to me from who are tied faith business or my family and things like that so it gives you the ability to kind of cast wider net and get to know people and help them through all the things you care about them. All things are excited by. So why should they be show today because I think it's important that keeps people to just about their one thing. It's like you do that. You're missing out on so many other things

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Iterate Quickly

Marketing Secrets

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Iterate Quickly

"Everybody so Man I wish I could spend four hours telling you all the craziness has happened since we last hung out. But I can't because right now I have to get back down to finish recording. The book short break now just wanted to shoot a quick episode but basically the last episode she has got was from Arizona at Tony and dean the mastermind dot com launch. And I had my brother ripped the my presentation of the end. Everybody got a lot of good feedback me as about that hopefully enjoyed that. But what's crazy? Is that night after we got done with Tony and Dean in Jenin? We JUMP BACK IN. A plane flew home and just in time to pass out three hours a week and it was noah's birthday which was so awesome. Celebrate a birthday playthrough they got some work done and then the next day or that night sorry it was at night then. I jumped in another plane. Flew OUT TO LA FOR TONY. Robins birthday party which was cool. Who Says Sixtieth Birthday Party and it was? I think there was basically eight different concerts. Like with the Ethridge and the dude that one person talent and pit bull and Andy Grammer. Who has seriously like thinking me him? She became best friends. He seems like the kind of guy would hang out with a bunch of other. Anyway it was amazing and then they raise money for. Oh you are and raise over. Eighteen million dollars for operation underground railroad was crazy Perez Hilton said to us which was like come on now Pearson. That was amazing. So anyway it was. The whole event was was awesome but then we flew back the next day and now I'm back here in the studio. Yes she actually fun. Time to work on the traffic secrets book funnel which was a lot of fun but anyway we're why should the yesterday because so many of you guys go out there and you launch a final and it doesn't work it doesn't work the way you expect it and then you get angry upset or you give up your walk away or whatever and I tell you behind the scenes because a lot of people don't know this is happening But I have a. I'm privy to what's happening in everybody's funnel with all the time but Last last year when we did the mastermind dot com launch. It was the biggest launch in internet marketing history. Which is crazy this year. I think two hundred fifty thousand people registered for the for the Webinar last year. This year we had four hundred and sixty thousand people so obviously our hopes are high. It's like this is going to be amazing. But it's also the fear of like how do you? How do you get lightening strike twice at the same time? You know two years in a row after it works so good the year before and so there's a lot of fear anxiety and there are a lot of moving pieces that made this launch different and difficult but launch happened. And I'm not gonNA BOO HOO because like for less than we already over eight figure. So it's it's crazy still charlie. The second biggest launch of all time but sometimes launch happened and chance kind of watch as Dean and his team and working on things and again. We're mostly would go and say oh like he didn't get it. We're happy dean. There's been stressing out like like what was wrong. Why isn't messaging during the Hooks? Where the angles? What are the feedback in obsessing over everything? I could see him in the comment section of the customers reading every single. Calm the the the ones from the live webinars reading while trying to figure out and tweak the message and change the message and tonight he's actually on live again based on all this data feedback on his Intel and going back and doing a whole new presentation with the tweaks and changes and he adjusted his justin emails adjusting the most tweaking changing tweaking. Changing all enroll times says happening real really fast and I think a lot of times the outside we think oh. These people have been doing it for a long time. They know they're doing and they just put it out there and just works but I think we don't understand is that people have been doing this long time. They understand the funnel audibles understand. Like it's not gonNa work the first time it's it's a constant evolution and change and tweaking and changing tweaking and changing and tweaking getting it until it's until it's perfectly. That's what makes them great. It's not that they know how to do it perfectly. It's that they know how quickly and so for you guys you're listening to this I want you to start learning. That skill start becoming okay with stress. Alabama launches dunes goes. I want her driving. Facebook is not converting. Well or whatever. It's like that's the game like the people who are best. The Game Aren't better at it than you. They are better iterating quickly and changing and tweaking looking at feedback from customers and from comments and from things are saying forget. How do I tweak this message? How do I change? It goes rerecord new webinar drainage do emails ads in your change anymore unless ads. That's the difference between being good and being great and so anyway. I just want to share that behind the scenes with you because most has ever see behind the scenes and so this hopefully give you a glimpse of what it looks like. It's funny I was talking to Dean Bantu weeks ago we were flying out somewhere and we're talking about when he wrote the millionaire millionaire says habits book and it took him almost two years before the book started selling two years. Most people would have given up after like a week or two. It's an two years of trying and testing and trying testing and try and he's like literally two years into it he'd record some add ons phone. They had a different message and sue that one hit. They sold a thousand books. That day is like. Oh my gosh. That's the message. People needed like now make sense and then it was like can only donkey Kong and then over the next three years. They sold five hundred thousand copies of the book because because they knew the message. They figured it out by doing the process so anyway. That's how the that's how the masters do with how they experts do you guys. It's not by being better a front despite iterating quickly and becoming okay with that and enjoying the process so I appreciate you guys. You're back in the booth and record the rest of the expert secrets book. Make sure you get the audio books when they are done. Otherwise this work on vein. Thanks guys appreciate you. In fact I ready.

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You're Only 7 Questions Away from Your True Why

The Goal Digger Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

You're Only 7 Questions Away from Your True Why

"You are zero stranger to the podcast and it's been just so incredible having you show up for my audience and especially for me over this last year so welcome back to the show. It's so good to be here. It feels like we're just sitting on a comfortable couch drinking the wine like we and and just letting people in on some really important conversation so. I'm thrilled to do this. What listen I have to tell you? First off I've been loving watching what you're doing you know we've been almost a year we've known each other. Yeah I mean we only have from zero to a hundred miles an hour really fast take. My wife is wedding. Pictures are baby pictures that we just did the final baby pictures and she's like I can't have anybody. Do Up Agenda. Were I've been loving watching what you're do? I Love Your tribe. Everybody listening what's up good to see you. Thank you for the incredible comments after you and I do a training. We revealed to everybody got to tell you the incredibly beautiful comments in DMZ And my wife gets so thank you thank you thank you. I'm just super excited and honored and I agree. It's just. We walked through a lot of life together in this last year and talking about some of those behind the scenes because you and I we can talk strategy and marketing all day. But my hope with having you on in this capacity is to share a tool that I know transformed your life so many moons ago but something that has also just really touched my life because the listeners are no stranger I went through your program not just once but twice in. I've done this exercise now. Numerous Times in. What's so interesting to me especially as a woman. Is that my results kind of change and evolve as I. Evolve is a person in so today. We're GONNA talk about this really wonderful exercise that anyone listening can do today. That is going to connect them to their Y and before we dive on into that. I JUST WANNA share a little bit about the whole thought of finding your why because to me if you'll super overwhelming and you and I had a kind of a side conversation about this when we're in Puerto Rico the other day because when you're around people that are so convicted with why they do what they do when they can say it in this beautiful like sentence that talks about how they show up and serve the world. If feels really beautiful but to me it also feels intimidating and so as we walk through this today. If you're one of those people that you're like I don't know what my why is I don't know what my compelling future looks like? I don't know what my ideal client is like. If all of these terminologies can leave you riddled with anxiety. I hope that you're able to almost feel like this. Exercise allows you to take a deep breath and to kind of saddle in to what that looks like for you personally today. Not anyone else's version of it not any elevator pitch about it. But just what is that thing? That's driving you so I think we've set the cliffhanger day before we were talking about this exercise John. I remember the day I did this. For the first time with a gentleman named Joe Stump who introduced me to amazing got but I have to tell you up until that point in my life I read books on finding your purpose on finding your wife and to tell you every time I was done. I was moreover wealth. It's like manner. Did you ever get a plan to plan your day planner so complicated? It actually gives you more anxiety about the planning of the planner rather than just the plan right to feel that way about a why just in what you said and you watch somebody with conviction like how did you get. That mine is rowdy and this exercise has given me true meaning and I think it's simple may may because I probably have about an eighth grade reading level even no. I'm not doing is selling author so sometimes I just need things really simple that really land in my soul so I'm excited to share this today so when I thought about this conversation I think about your and my relationship because what people see is the surface level teaching stuff but you and I go so much deeper than that and I really think that this exercise the seven levels deep has connected you and I to understand each other in a new way so I before we do the exercise. Walk me through what it is and how you kind of were exposed to it and then how you kind of made it just a staple in how you show up. Teach the world. Yeah because here's the thing life comes at us right. We might listen to a great podcast like this. We get course we go to an event we get inspired like we make decisions in life for two reasons. One is when we had enough fed up. Like I can't take another day in this office with no windows. We've made relationship decisions. I cannot take another day. Feeling unloved or unappreciated. There's moments were years. Could build up and then there's just this moment of decision that you must make right and then there's other times where you just. It's kind of like I know I need to and you just look at it. And then it's like a slow build and then you finally decide now when those decisions are made the either I got. I got burned the boat today or I've been planning my escape escape from this job escaped from anything when that decision is made. What will stop you from going back to where you were back to the office with no windows back to not having enough back to not feeling love whatever it is. Let's talk about business or success in this one because we go in every life you need a deeper meaning to drive you through because once that decisions made then all of a sudden self-doubt comes in. Well Can I. Can I really do my own thing? What I'd be alone and scared. What would no one support me with? My family. Think I'm nuts like and that self-doubt along could make that decision get fuzzy and then you go back to where you were and that's when you feel like you missed opportunities in the past so what I love about this exercise is we're all scared. We all have those two voices one. That saying. You're not an expert your impostor you're gonNA fail and you're gonNA worry about what people think R. C. of you when you fail and we also have the voice that says come on girl come on Guy. We got this. We were strong enough for what we have. Great Mentors I listened to Jenin all these. I have it right. So we have these competing voices. We also the self-doubt comes in. And then we're stuck at this crossroad. And to me. This exercise is the crossroad exercise. Say No I'm not going back. No I meant for more yes I can do this. And that's what it's meant for me for over a decade now. It has been that thing when I have a rough day when I had a rough week when the thing goes sideways. When you don't have the support it doesn't matter how successful you are a today. I found out news last night literally midnight. Last night I found something out. It doesn't matter. How much success you. It's very shocking. I was like Oh my God and you know what I did today. I thought about why the Hell I do this. Why keep pushing forward? And it's been a tool that I think it's been the number one tool in the training that I did Tony Robbins that you know you've been through it twice. It is an absolutely positively the number one tool that sets in the foundation. Right like you can have all the tactics in the world. You can have all the strategies in the world. You guys listening. You've had a course before you've had tactics before yet so many share strategy. But why didn't you do it? Why are you looking back in your? Why did I ever do that? Seeing it probably wasn't tactics it probably wasn't strategy. It was probably your mindset. It was because something got in your way a barrier so before we can get to the how to do it and before we can actually implement and take action if we don't go upstream. And anchoring unstoppable mindset then we just resort back to what our subconscious feels comfortable with and I think this is the mechanism. Disturbs allows you to save disturbed within action. I guess that's a good thing to to think about is like. How do you get disturbed with not being your full being at your full potential?

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Kreider scores late to lift Rangers over Islanders 3-2

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Kreider scores late to lift Rangers over Islanders 3-2

"Chris Kreider scored the game winning goal twenty four point six seconds left in the third to lift the Rangers to a three two victory over the islanders the goal came after on a faux Derek Broussard was called for leaking cross check sending the Blueshirts to a power play the win was the Rangers second in the last three days over their suburban rival because the bin in Jenin Tony deangelo also scored for the Rangers while Josh Bailey and Anthony able Billy had goals for the islanders Alexander gore give me thirty eight saves in the wind for the Rangers well I'll need to start a semi on Valaam all stop twenty five shots down as fell for the third time in the last four contests Chris Jones Uniondale New York

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News in Brief 31 October 2019

UN News

03:34 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 31 October 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations forty five million people in an attempt to boost aid efforts and international wellness ahead of the lean season WF have destroyed harvests and left communities even more vulnerable nine countries are of particular concern L. Director for Southern Africa has called for help to meet the emergency food and nutrition needs apple by the middle of next year UN agencies also planned to help farmers boost production his temperatures are rising at twice the global average a Palestinian hunger striker experts said that Hieber at La body was arrested by Israeli soldiers in Jenin in the West Bank so evidence against her following sentencing missile body launched a hunger strike which experts highlighted that while administrative detention is not prohibited under international law. It's berth forty million of whom die every year from heart disease cancer diabetes and blueprint for safe cities it's been inspired by successful policies already oh highlighted by the World Health Organization which says that it reduced elderly pedestrian fatalities the developing world are where eighty five percent of all noncommunicable disease deaths happen a billion dollars under the UN led twenty thirty agenda more than one hundred ninety.

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How to Create and Launch a Mini-Course

The Goal Digger Podcast

10:21 min | 1 year ago

How to Create and Launch a Mini-Course

"We are diving into the nitty Caridi the tangible how to create and launch a mini digital course with my friend amy reporter fields. Hey girl so happy to be here. Happy you too. Have you okay. We're GONNA dive back in because at this point. My audience knows you. They love you. They've signed up for your training so there's really nothing else for them to do but to sit back relax and learn from the master so I explained to me exactly what you mean. When you say a mini digital course yes because I think that it sounds intense but it's really not. It's really not so. Here's what they mean. A many digital course I also called a workshop. Course is a two hour ish give or take a little time training that you either do live or recorded that promises instinct clarity and results votes for your students so that sounds a lot like a live webinar right but it is not because the big difference here is that people are paying to learn from you. Even if the price point is low. There's just a mindset shift when somebody pays for it. Versus it being free they actually take action and get results a whole lot faster so the goal of this many digital course is to address an immediate problem. That's keeping your audience stuck. You can also use a workshop course to bridge the gap and solve a problem. That's stopping people from actually working with you at a deeper capacity so I like to explain things in stories and examples so I've got a story for you. Call her. There's a gal out there that I love her. Name is Sarah Jane case and she's the brains behind the hilarious insightful instagram channel channel India Graham in coffee. No one owns full. Just adorable okay just disarray. Jane discovered that a large percentage of her audience was concerned or confused that they didn't have the right any gram tight for for them so I would say. I'm not sure if this instagram type is me. How do you know and they just would constantly have questions about it so she decided that she who is going to create a workshop course a mini course where she would help people once and for all figure out what is their type and and the reason why this is so great as one she charged for it and number two once people knew there any type she could then invite them into her bigger bigger course or her membership or mastermind but they were stuck and they need to know their type. They wanted instant gratification. They were going unwilling to pay. Hey for it so she created a workshop course huge hit. That's so cool I just had a flashback to when we were on our girls gas and Rachel made you sit on the couch and make the quizzed minute your numbers we were so curious because Rachel and Jenna were threes right yeah and they kept saying you're you're three and I'm like I'm not a three. I promise you to take the course again so they won't let me get off the couch until I took it for the record. I was a jail. It was finding Oh that just flashed me back at the time that is so cool and what I think is amazing to is to meet that feels like like a less overwhelming barrier to entry because I think of students that I've taken a program that you are. I have created. Mac All of these steps in modules and professional videos some beautiful slides and all of that is amazing but a lot of people are perfectionists at the core. They're ones and they want to launch things when they're beautiful and radiant Eddie in the framework and everything is perfect. Go what I love about. This method is that you can refine your teaching style. You can get people quick winds and result bolt in like you said when people pay the pay attention so you're going to have a more engaged audience so in my head I'm like even if she charged just twenty nine dollars for got and had a handful of people. That's actually pretty significant. It's also proof of concept to create something bigger or more in depth. I love it. Yes exactly the proof of concept concept is really powerful yeah because to me. It's like if you can get even one person to pay twenty nine dollars then you just need to find more people like that one person and then that's your audience like it's super exciting. I love it is okay so what would step one be so if someone knows that they're ready for a course than what would that first step be so the first step. Is You want to think about something that you can teach. Let's say I say to our so you could charge. You could charge ten dollars up to two hundred dollars. You can charge whatever you want but let's think about a topic that you know you teach. That would be pretty easy for you to teach tomorrow tomorrow. If you wanted to and at the end they can get results. They do what you told them to do. They get results pretty quickly and so Hello Sarah. She's explaining the any Graham types in how to really understand what yours is going to be. She can give them some homework to do and they could figure it out pretty quickly so you're looking for results that somebody really truly wants but it's not like you're going for a total transformation. That's why the mini digital courses so much easier to create so the first step is what could you teach that would actually lead to results that would get your audience unstuck or fill a lot of joy I I love that that's so great okay so does of course have to be this like ages the total roadmap on topic because as I'm thinking about that I'm like okay. How would condense everything into two hours or what would that look like yes so the answer is no you do not need to do eight? Z total roadmap total transformation mation so what I want you to think about is that most people are looking for that quick fix they WanNa win today and so if you could just get them over that Hump they're gonNA fill momentum now. Here's the great thing if you could just give them exactly what they need and tell them exactly what they do to get quick results. They're likely going to say this is good. This girl knows what she's teaching. I wonder what else she's got and math like the number her one response you want to hear after a mini workshop what else you got and you might not have anything just yet but what you could do is if you want a little extra extra cash on the back end of that you could offer some. Group coaching or some one on one consulting. Maybe just for a select few for premium price or you could get to work on a more robust course down the road so you've got options. I love that and I think a lot of times to forget like nobody wants a dead end so so when we post or anything where we share when we teach people are hours like ready like okay what's next. What's the next step I remember amy. This is kind of embarrassing but it's when you started cheering your courses. I took your first course. I was like eager and ready for like anything that you were going to sell so I was like at the edge of my seat reading every email like like just waiting for the next program and I don't know if you remember this but you launched. I think it was a two day training in New York City where you'd help people and I remember member. I applied just because I wanted to see your application and I applied to it and then I got approved but I couldn't couldn't even do it because they had a wedding that day and I was devastated and take all my money like I am ready so it's just such a good example of like if you can get people these Quincy's quick results. They're going to want more. They're gonNA want that next. Step and you don't have to have it all figured out at the beginning but it is exciting meeting because once people are invested once invested even a dollar into your or your brand. You've gotten the result they are going to be far more likely to continue investing into you like I would have said. Take all my money I will fly to New York and I love that you said that because to piggyback on that whoever teaches you inside. Did this course that you've gotten results. They become somebody that you feel really connected tooling. They are your go-to person and it's beautiful that Jenin I have become such good good friends out of that but even if it doesn't become a friendship like that people feel very connected to you when you get them results or help them get results so just remember that a mini digital course could be to such big relationships with your audience absolutely so when I think about this one of the biggest objections that comes to my mind is like like how do you charge for. This like a mini course still has to add value. So how'd you know that what you've created is enough value for someone to spend spend their hard earned money on it. Okay so that comes back to looking at the results are promising. Here's what I want you to do. If you come up with an idea that that might be really great for your audience in terms of a two hour workshop where you're going to teach how to do something and you're going to promise a certain level of results what I want you to we do is reach out to either ideally some people in your audience and do some social media polls. If you have an email this you could even send a quick email. Get get a little feedback on that because in the example of Sarah Jane case when she decided she was going to do a workshop to teach people how to figure out there any Graham type ape the reason she knew it was going to make money is because people asked her questions about this over and over again so if you do have an audience already years a number number one question. I'll help you come up with your topic instantly. What do you get asked all the time. Where do people get stuck. WHAT DO THEY WANT clarity on. If you ask Jenner Awry that question we could probably rattle off ten things that we get asked all the time. Those are many courses. I love that I know Rachel. He talks about this too but like we create based off of questions yet every single person that I know in my entire life bigger in expert at something like when I need help with cooking I go to my friend Sarah when I need help with copyright and go to my friend Ashland when I need help with parenting I

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Chin Implants: The Procedure You Never Knew You Needed

Art Beauty

13:24 min | 1 year ago

Chin Implants: The Procedure You Never Knew You Needed

"We've an interesting kosovo because this is something that admittedly the topic i i was so surprised about i met a woman younger woman and i was like what do you do. What's your skin care routine. Tell me everything and she admitted that she had recently. They had a chin implant. I think my chin fell to the floor because i had always thought that chins were for big beefy dudes. It's like <hes> like the guys who get calf implants. Yes seriously. I am so so excited to get a chin implant. I'm not even to i've waited. It's part of my. It's in my next five. You know five your plan. Plan your your your your plan. Got a beijing five year. Plan of beijing has indefinitely includes injectable at so smart. I love the descendants when people are like what your five year plan in like of aging yeah. No i got the here we go. So do i bring in. Are we talking like ricky. Martin from the always go to live in la. Vida need a loka okay. Well like listen. I used to really look like county yeah and as we've age like i'm trying yeah. He's my jaylo. Oh okay. He is my jaylo. Make sense. Make sense and you know what i love today our our guest today dr al loss is really going to explain to us. The misconceptions options that around jenin plants yeah. I really don't have any especially after that quote. Unquote self made billionaire redid her entire vase allegedly with her lips and i was like but what about everything yeah i'll talk about it. You're so right. I love the pay attention to this stuff but in my defense today even dr yale loss our guest so that there is a big misconception about who needs needs a chin implant so i'm just gonna let her tell us all about it so a lot of the times i e even i am a little bit loathe to bring it up because your reaction on is not a typical. A lot of people are like a chin plan. What the heck are you talking about like. No i'm fine and but if you think about it what is the dividing border between in our face and our neck we we really do have to have a nice good border. You have to have a nice defining jaw line and if you don't have that then it just is like a big blob going running together. <hes> and it's not just so you can have a good profile just want to have a good division between green the two and if you don't have a strong good chin and i'm not talking about jay leno but you just want to have like a clear border between face the neck and a chin is really that's it's all important job and we looking at models and even when we look at models of like wow they're being so inclusive there. They haven't aged model. They have a stake steer old a fifth year old on the cover they always have these great joy aligns and it's because they have like a good strong chin not ajay leno but like a good strong defining chen how this is something that you're all up on and also be getting one really yeah. I mean yeah yeah well. I guess even at for like maybe forty five but it's on my leg ten year plan overthrowing. Everybody doesn't have to get an implant. I totally disagree if you look at somebody's profile and you can basically draw a line down from dropping down from the lip up straight down to the chin if he saw a vertical straight down and it lines up your good if it's behind then you're a little it back. Don't you find that with harmony in the face. <hes> you know when when people do face-lifts when people alter their noses sometimes when they add in a scotch epa chen or even just like us coach of a cheek like it all brings together but the chin is the like as you. I said it's the border. The chin really can do a lot of things because yes. I mean one hundred percent so many times that people are coming in for ryan up last dave or for hurt their nose and they think that their nose is huge and i'm like the nose is not an issue. It's because the chimney so far back that the noses looking so prominent in just i put a little bit of chinon we balance the face the cheekbones all of a sudden were look a little bit more prominent that knows doesn't look as prominent and even if they then still refused to do the is is always a bit of an issue because how far back indy bring the nose when the chin is still going to be an issue and as a person ages if you don't have a good strong strong chin think about it the second that those jowls form and they start to descend if there's not a good strong chin. They're not a good strong jaw line. You're gonna st those jowls. Forming in three seconds. I hate is a chin implant like i'm like a very baby retargeting silicone. Is it like a little pouch so can be made a little silicone. It's not it's very different than than the breast implant okay breast implants. If you think about it have to again interesting visual with my hands right now or move around. She's doing squishy but <hes> chin implant. Arch implants are being placed on it in a very precise pocket any top of your bone. They are not moving got it. That could be one of the reasons why we think that you don't get that some issues that you get with breast implants scar contraction actor and the need to replace it. Was it harder so it's definitely firmer okay <hes> you actually will not feel will the difference between your bone and where the chin implant is. Oh so why did the grafted along the bum. It's placed in such a precise pocket underneath breath the on the fibrous envelope of the bone that you really just blends right in. I love when you talk nerdy to me. Okay i feel like i'm talking committee so now for me so selfish question only go in through the mouth and i don't need this car underneath you. You can absolutely why what are the two aways that we address as we can either go through the mouth or we can go through right underneath the chen and the difference. The friends is <hes>. The mouth is a dirty place isn't that we don't love to do that because you're putting a permanent implant so ideally you you want to be with nobody serious. That's why sometimes make the mouth isn't so preferred but yes for men who have a incredibly sexy beard heard. Sometimes you don't want to give them that. External scar though offense so many particularly guys already have a little scar underneath i do my husband does do and i was just russian all man i'd like you to i simply ask sledding accident trying to be a figure skater but without he's on oh aw almost all men actually already have scar there so actually usually not such a big issue and since i do a tremendous large number of bureaucratic arctic transplants no no biggie. It's not a biggie because i can take a few. I can actually even take some of your beard. Hairs entrance led to this guard some point okay salta and with the chin implant canada along gave to my jaw line to can you add a little more to my jaw line where the less yes yes. I mean we're talking about shape so used to be years back that we put in this little these little shaped like mccormick little button there look like will overall will footballs but now we tend to use more what we call an extended anatomical that fills that pre jowl space and when you do that you get that elongated gated gel and actually a lot of times that women are complaining so early about getting pre jowls or feeling that chubby face and the reason men are growing growing beards or go t's is because they want their hiding the fact that they don't really have that great jal that they wished they had and then once you pop that jin implant and all of a sudden they have that defined jawline inch also people who love it are people who feel like they have that little like under <unk> under the chin like fat pouch yeah and they lose weight but they still have that pouch there even without doing liposuction. You just put the chinen all all of a sudden that's gone so what is the procedure like for coming in and we're not sure that we're ready for this. Is there any way to sort of envision this. Yeah we definitely definitely have an imaging system that we can take your picture and we can draw on you right what has been credibly popular over the past few years and maybe because of instagram because the apps <hes> people come in having image themselves with an app that they have on their found or we do fillers all the time. We have fillers that last six months we fillers that last two years and try before you buy you try before you buy. We do injectable all the time so do you use a specific civic type of filler in the chin or is it the same that you use in the face there there are many different types really a lot of the i always prefer natural fillers so any of the hyler electronic acid fillers really work well and they're so many that good ones that are f._d._a. Approved and have different longevity. Write a love it okay so then if we're going to have this done what what is that procedure like walk through it. Come into the office that day you come to the office that day. Believe it or not. I actually performed quite a few of these under local anesthesia anesthesia wow yeah they got. They do <hes> so we can. Maybe give you a valium pill to relax even an ambien. <hes> the the incision is going to be marked. <hes> area is sterling cleaned in. We have our own accredited operating room here. <hes> local anesthesia can injected. You may not feel that at all. If you choose to go with a little bit of mild anesthesia we have board certified anesthesiologist here which case you take it happen. You know make up and it's totally done a little bit of soreness frequently. We do it from an incision right underneath the chen those to just come out a week later her <hes> yeah you could be a little bit sore <hes> so maybe i'll say have milkshake right first day or two but otherwise i've actually performed perform this on colleagues and they went and covered the facial plastic clinic the next day wow so like is there anything because i think that we don't realize how much are chin is involved in speaking speaking in but you're saying you're good to go. You'll be a bit swollen. You may look slightly. Sorry jay leno you might look slightly jay leno as for the first week because you'll be a little a bit swollen nothing that is so outrageous that people are stopping you down the street right and no big bandages. You'll the first day i mean when you leave. We sure on your late night in a over are left totally big. Samantha hats on an ahead yelling l. hoodie yeah. He's hell of it. I mean it does take a couple of weeks to the swelling goes down. The most people love it. Love and other people are not aware. We always talk about it two or like it. The problem is when you do any sort of facial thing whether it's filler mall really return that filler and you get home that day and you see the swelling and if you think if this doesn't look swelling they have it doesn't look super bowl anti than you didn't do a lot of the times it filler. You'll be like swollen. You're like oh this looks great and then it goes away and it's like wont wont law <hes>. Should it up more but that's great thing about florida. You can always try and the great thing apparently about these implants now is that you can come in. You can do the imaging you can do a a filler simulate that before are you go under the knife. -actly ballpark costs on this because we always have to ask and i know it varies from surgeon to surgeon in state to state but what are we looking at <hes> <music>. I'm going to say about five thousand. Oh okay so on the low end of facial procedures shall proceed to try before i buy because i'm ready to go shave. My face right now depends on how many syringes to be honest. I'll need like four or five then you actually could be looking at the cost of surgery surgery so like but again i love test drive you do <hes> so the value is always at is what i always say patients. Who do the injections the value. Is there because you at least know how is half the battle. Knowing is half the battle joe but now it is yes. It is real merkin kim euro if we were to do it implant and hate it. Is it something that's reversible. It is okay so okay so you're also not sounds like you were grafting it to the bone and there's lots of different shapes and they're even customizable so all right doctor. Thank you so much for really taking food procedure so we can put our best face

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"jenin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"jenin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The host of the Jenin don show but he is also an activist in California and he was hosting this event over the weekend in the Inland Empire called let parents decide comprehensive sexual education conference in this conference actually told parents how to retake regain control of their kids public education now before the break down we were talking about what rights parents actually have so what can they do how much power do we have over the public school system not just in California but across the country well you know that's an interesting question because I matter of answered it differently but for the conference that Dr Brian ray was one of the speakers at the conference and he's a leading international expert on research on homeschooling and he's president of an organization that he started call the national home education research institute we were talking before the conference and he said you know what a lot of people don't realize is that they they use language like taking back the schools what people need to realize is that the schools never were under our control public schools were created largely so that the government could insert themselves between the parent and the child if you look at a lot of the original thought that we need to develop in public school you know do we Horace Mann a lot of these people were the original progresses and debuted public schools as any doctor nations and other paradigm shift the shared was that when parents when a child is born to a parrot needed relief from conception that is already started home schooling they home school the child up until the age of five or six when they turn them over to public schools and they use the terminology they're opting into the public school and that was a real transition that was a real game changer for me want to take back to schools they never were our schools they've always been government schools now what can parents do to influence that you know Aaron's are natural born lobbyists for their children they have got to get involved at the local level with schools because they can't push back on us you got it all you got to assume that a Planned Parenthood representative any C. R. U. representative art every school meeting school board meeting you need to go to the school board and understand how to regain control there are some things administratively that you can do in California here they actually learned this past weekend that there's a portion of the California department education code that says that a parent can actually opt out of the entire health curriculum it's really a requirement for graduation so there's a brand new locked out or and that the an organization here in California together with alliance defending freedom which is a big supporter of sing on media they have a great relationship alliance defending freedom is actually one more Supreme Court cases in the ACLU when it comes to parents rights so there's a form that's being introduced out here they could allow parents to actually up their kids out of the entire the entire curriculum which isn't just it's embedded throughout the education now and and at the education curriculum it's in history it since leaving a map on your map question that that that that that do cultural stuff so soap so that was a big aha moment for folks this weekend the other thing that folks learned from the this hello doctor Michael Laidlaw who's an inter canalis yes is that damage that done to children and was psychologically and then what people are actually doing to their kids in terms of hormone therapy there are things that are being done and what do you mean by that one who's doing are you talking about for like a transgender kids what do you mean by hormone therapy so as a result of being exposed to this this the gender fluidity concept that he is and gender identity in these early years between the first second third and fourth grades which is when we're this is embedded in the curriculum some of these kids are gonna question naturally because parents teachers and schools are authority figures so it's almost like it but I'll use this example I grew up with a girl and I know it is not a name I grew up with a girl named Alice in our neighborhood and she would play with us in the stand boxes with target toys and eventually Alice became how and she played as a male dump truck driver in our games and she really was sort of that quintessential tomboy right today ours is a grandmother she has three grown children in eight different grand children Alice had been raised in California schools today may have sought and in fact she may have on her own through the schools sought gender related therapy either counseling for actual medical therapy where hormones are introduced to do what we call blocking not only can the mind right the confusing the body exactly and his talk with great detail about the danger of puberty blocking I mean there's a medical reason to do it if puberty comes on too quickly the FDA approved some of these drugs to be used in those situations but the FDA has never approved any of these drugs for use in gender related wall modification donned exes are gas you can follow him on Twitter it is very scary at real don Dixon you can get more information about this call at this conference and of course the sex ed a curriculum at faith in public policy dot org in our final moments though don I want to talk to you quickly about San Francisco very crime ridden drug ridden home was written San Francisco they've introduced new sanitize language for criminals they've gotten rid of words like a fender an addict and they've changed convicted felon to ready for this just as involved person I guess to make the feelings of those justice involved persons feel better well the downside of this is that what they're doing is they're basically taking does it have committed crimes and putting them on the same level as the victims because guess what of it done is that justice involved person as well all of this I think stems from Jennifer we talked about this on our radio show this all stems from the notion ins in this social justice world this politically correct world that the that society in fact the community is as responsible as the criminal for their clients that's all part of what this criminal justice reform is that's going on out here where were you know letting people go reducing sentences the revolving door in our jails because Hey it's not just the criminal that should be it is responsible it began unity as well and I know I'm preaching and get to the to the choir on this one but when we soften crime in California we passed proposition forty seven and fifty seven reclassifying felonies to misdemeanors and now we change the language so when people actually get out of jail and they are convicted felons now we just call them.

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Science News Briefs from the World Over

60-Second Science

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Science News Briefs from the World Over

"Hi, I'm scientific American podcast editor Steve Mirsky. And here's a short piece from the January two thousand nineteen issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine the article is titled quick hits. And it's a rundown of some science and technology stories from around the globe compiled by editorial contributor Emiliano Rodriguez mega from Italy. Europe's most relentless volcano mount EDNA is slowly sliding into the sea under its own weight. If part of it collapses, suddenly researchers say it could trigger mega sue nominees in the Mediterranean from Indonesia, the construction of a hydroelectric dam and power plant in north Sumatra's baton Toro forest caused ranks from an endangered newly described species to flee the project site the guy. Government has sent guards to monitor the apes which built their nests on local plantations from the Netherlands, according to appeals in the Hague has ruled that the Dutch government needs to take action to help stop climate change. The ruling states that the country must reduce greenhouse gas emissions to at least twenty five percent below nineteen ninety levels by twenty twenty from Khazakstan an astronaut Anna cosmonaut escape a Russian spacecraft that experienced a launch failure shortly after take off Nick Haig Alexei of Jenin landed safely after their capsule made an emergency separation from the rocket from Papua New Guinea health authorities detected the first polio outbreak in Papua in eighteen years. The three cases where identified in Morobi province where sanitation is limited and vaccine coverage is low and from Bulgaria the world's oldest intact. Shipwreck was discovered at the bottom of the black. See off the coast radiocarbon analysis suggests the would vessel dates back to four hundred BC that was quick hits by a million Rodriguez. Mega.

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Could a Vaccine Help Save Honey Bees?

BrainStuff

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Could a Vaccine Help Save Honey Bees?

"Killers. Don't make any effort to involve media or best Gators. They're very secretive. They don't want attention. They almost want their crimes to go on notice. But the idea of committing a crime, and then calling up the police and bragging about it. That's a whole 'nother level of terror. A man who wore a mediaeval style executioner's hood who has police and baffled the media. He seems to crave publicity. He sent letters and Ramsden newspapers. And the beliefs subject stated, I wanna report murder. No, a double murder. I did it. Here. We are fifty years to the first sodium killing in today's world of friends IX, the old cases are being solved who doesn't wanna know how it turns out from the creators of Atlanta monster come season two. This is monster the zodiac killer. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. You might have heard about how Honey bees are doing poorly. These days it's different from the situation. Many of the world's vulnerable creatures find themselves in a small obscure Amazonian tree frog or even a gorgeous polar bear, we want these creatures to thrive and live their lives. But are we willing to change our lifestyles to make it happen with like to think? So, but maybe not the plummeting honeybee colonies situation is a bit different though, because if honeybees aren't flourishing neither are people and eventually people won't eat as result as honeybees go around collecting, the nectar, they want from plants in the process, they disperse pollen from one plant to another making it possible for those plants to bear fruit. Honeybees aren't native to most of the places they live over the course of human history. We've carried the insects from their native range in southern Europe Africa and the Middle East to ecosystems all over the planet at this point. They are the most successful. Pollinators in the world. And among the things they pollinate are a lot of our crops. The United States Department of agriculture estimates that they pollinate about fifteen billion dollars worth of apples, peaches and almonds every year in the United States alone. So when US beekeepers lose forty percent of their colonies as happened in two thousand seventeen we twenty-first-century humans, not only take notice we start frantically trying to fix the problem. Part of the problem, though, is that these losses sometimes called colony collapse. Don't have a singular route beekeepers call it the four P's poor nutrition pesticides, pathogens and parasites. And so there's no silver bullet remedy, but the most promising immediate solution seems to be figuring out a way to prevent microbial disease. And that's where be vaccinations come in. Invertebrates like us Maximes work through stimulating the immune system to make antibodies against a particular disease. The vaccine immunizes the individual since invertebrates like bees don't make antibodies. Scientists have long thought immunizing them would be impossible. But at twenty fifteen study discovered the bees transfer immunity to their offspring through protein called vitality. Jenin it's an ingredient in their Ed yoke vaccinating a be wouldn't help that be. But if you vaccinated the Queen of a hive, the only female that reproduces she could pass her immunity onto her children and grandchildren through her eggs. The new vaccine will treat for American foul brood or af be a highly infectious and fatal disease that quickly devastates hives, the bacterium that causes it infects larva, and there's no cure once it's found. The high must be destroyed the bacteria are hardy to they form protective spores around themselves and the survive dormant in a wide range of conditions for over fifty years and wake themselves back up when they find themselves transferred via shared equipment, for example, to a new hive in the eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds American foul brood decimated bee populations in the US in some parts of the country beekeepers who didn't immediately destroy infected colonies could be thrown in jail. The vaccine is in the testing phases and most likely headed for beat boxes near you. And don't worry. It doesn't require a tiny doctors chair in an itty bitty needle to deliver the vaccine the Queen bee can drink the medicine and a little sugar water passed along to her offspring. Today's episode was written by Justin shields and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other buzz worthy, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, Matt I have yet to ride one of those bird scooters. 'cause I hate those things that does not surprise me at all Joel. But you know, I have been getting Instagram adds to give me to become a bird charger to join that gig economy. Oh, that's right. Just like Uber folks are getting targeted to start side hustles to make an extra buck or even to try to make

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"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"On air with Doug Jenin, Victoria. For many years. Now, I have talked on the radio about how to make sure that you are doing with smart by your teeth. And my whole thing started when I first talked to Dr Martin Giniger, and that was a number of years ago. He's been dentist for a long time as a lot of experience developing teeth whitening kits. And so I thought it would be a value to have him come on and talk about this system. The Power Swabs system. I will tell you Dr integrated the ladies who are on with me tease me all the time because I take on the air. I'll take one of the Power Swabs. Tubes and snap it. And then I'll take what's on the end of the cuter doer on the air. Up my teeth. Many people talking to you that are actually doing that. While they're telling the story, right? That's so true. You know in my office, everyone is addicted to it. They're actually sitting there swabbing weather on the telephone doing their work. And that's really what's great about Power Swabs. Is that you could do it anytime anywhere now all the other systems, you gotta wear strips or trays, you know, obviously, that's not going to be very convenient in most situations. But as you said, even when you're on the air on the air, even when you're working, even when you're driving to work in the shower, you could use the Power Swabs, you just swab it on your teeth takes about a minute or two and your teeth will instantly become wider. Yeah. So how did you come up with this? You have suggested a dentist for a number of decades. What made you think a this was a problem and be that you had the way of fixing the problem? Well, you know, I've been to develop our teeth whitening products and oral care products for for the majority of my life, so working life. So that's about forty years. And I kept on thinking that there's something wrong. You know, when we go to wash our clothes, for example..

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"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"On air with Doug Jenin, Victoria. Here. We are back as we continue to focus on what is button who's who. So I'm wondering because I saw a couple of things over the weekend that sort of led me to believe this kind of an unease in the Rio Grande valley, especially around where we now are back in El Paso Juarez that whole area along the ten as you go from Texas into New Mexico all along that area, which is where a lot of these people will try to come into their country. So the first active duty military troops are there. There are lots of razor coils of razor-wire there on bridges and next to the river or the Rio Grande river. I can't imagine this is going to be great for tourism in this area. Because we've seen pictures of it looks like hell, so what do we do? What what this thing has become so difficult for all of us to kind of wrap ourselves around. It is for me anyway troops doing this sort of thing. I don't want. But I also on this with the same breath. I say something's gotta be done. And I thought it was interesting Lindsey Graham coming out in favor of what the president says ought to be done for that birthright part of the the question here. And then people throw it just it's so. It is the I guess the sign of success in a manner of speaking that so many people want to get here. But at some point in time, this is nine thousand nine hundred fifty four miles. And so what do you see you see these trucks the green trucks, you know, the the border patrol agents drive around in and there's the military trucks. There are bridges that go across from one to the because a lot of people work in Brownsville, Texas. There are a whole lot of people that work is a big bus manufacturing facility down there and a lot of Mexicans come across the border to work in the plant. They somehow or other have green cards, and they come work in the plant, and then they go back home. They'd rather live in Mexico than in America. But one hundred fifteen thousand troops are now on the border, and I'm not comfortable with that at all ladies thoughts. Well, I'm absolutely comfortable with it. Because I think you need to have them. They're more for just looks at also Tiffany. Militate that there aren't any big violations to people's human rights. The people the military that station on the border is by law required not to engage in any combat with these people. There is a log against that. So if we have them here, and if they can be deployed, and if they can be they're not only as a show of strength. But also to make sure people aren't getting hurt. I say what's the problem? I don't. They say it's going to be two hundred million dollars by the cost. I don't know. It's the whole thing is just troubling for me ten before the hour. Hey,.

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"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"On air with Doug Jenin, Victoria. All right. Let's see what else is going on around the country a woman accusing American Airlines of stealing eight thousand dollars worth of her belongings from her suitcase turned out, the only person she had to blame for the mix up was herself and a night flying into Miami. Retrieved her suitcase or what she thought was her suitcase. She opened up and she didn't recognize anything inside. Lot of travelers central souvenirs where replaced with other things that didn't make any sense to her somebody stole my bag. And apparently, she took the wrong bag. Sitting noticed she was like someone stole my bag. Someone's don't all on social media. I'll never fly with American again. Usually when I do something that dumb. I realize it right away before I make a steak, but all my stuff is gone. Yeah. Right. We've all done that where we like this. What happened here? The future of Campbell's soup, or at least the brand is uncertain this week report from the company having their shareholder meeting falling sales. Well, they don't make their soup. They use the cheapest chicken a lot of salt in it. People are becoming more conscious of that stuff is an investment aimed. Daniel Lobos, an activist cues ING other board members of mismanagement ill-conceived conceive strategy inept execution. He sued Campbell claiming it misled investors has demanded that it'd be sold to a company that knows how to run it. One hundred and forty nine years. The company has. They say they're confident many of the board members about future solutions. This guy is a big investor, but he's not on the board experts have said one solution could be taking the company private free it from investors demands for growth. Well, that's what investors want. They want to have their money put to work, right? Oh, yeah. Okay. Let's see here the US and South Korea this week Jennifer talking about North Korea denuclearization, we get anywhere here. I don't know. But I think there's another meeting set up down the road. And you know, all the indications are that there is some progress being made. But is it enough and is the ultimate end goal. Going to be the same for both our country and North Korea. Well, they are trying the ultimate end. Here seems to be to bring an end to the war the hostilities for seventy years going on on the Korean peninsula. Good goal. Ten before the hour. The local news.

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"jenin" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"On air with Doug Jenin, Victoria. More people in the news Maria menounos, didn't we have Iran when we share a couple of weeks ago seems to me. Yeah. She's very nice. Yeah. She is. She has married. Kevin undergo tied the knot for the second time. They exchanged vows in Greece this weekend, ten months after they I wed on the New Year's Eve broadcast. Remember that? I remember that she shared her a big day with a lot of fans on Instagram. Posting a number of photos from Kalamata in Greece. Olives from Kalamata. That's not not too far more calamari was created right town change the. Good for her. -gratulations together like twenty years or something like something ridiculously low around longtime. Good. All right. Here's the story of Romeo. None of you. Will remember this story until I tell you why he was well known. He was Mexican busboy who cradled Robert F Kennedy's head as he lay dying in the kitchen of the embassador hotel in nineteen sixty eight passed away had a heart attack this weekend in California. Came from a small town in Mexico in Sonora. Lived in the body to his family. Got permission to come to the US. He was ten worked at the hotel. Matter of fact, the I guess started just before the California primary when Kennedy and his aides ordered room service, and he was called on to help deliver it he said all I remember I kept staring at him with my mouth open. Finally, Kennedy approached him grabbed his hand and said, thank you. I'll never forget the handshake in the look looking right at you. With those piercing is saying, I'm one of you were good. He wasn't looking ice. Candy wasn't looking at my age who was looking at me as an American. He was in the kitchen when Kennedy came through after the gunfire rang out when he fell Romero cradled his head. Is everybody. Okay. Was the question. Kennedy asked him in Romero said yes. Everything will be okay. The Senator said, and then he lost consciousness and died. The next day quite a story. Twenty one past the hour here on the DJ V program..

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"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You're listening to on air with Doug Jenin, Victoria. Fascinating material here on the DJ V program. I just listened to three minutes worth of conversation about flats versus heels. And I found out that all of the ladies that are on the JV program. Jennifer born Victoria, kiva Kerry shell in our number one taller than I am. And I don't know whether the flats develop because they felt they should wear flat shoes when they're with me or not. And maybe you do with me. The most interesting thing I found out is wearing flats apparently means you've given up on life. So that's where I'm at right now. All right. I always feel like that. When I put up the world has turned a new leaf is a new very creative way to ship cocaine apparently shipment of bananas. Listen up kids. This one's for you. Coke apparently, very ripe if you'll pardon the pun department. Officers went to pick up two pallets of donated fruit to the Texas Department of criminal Justice, and they found out something was off a bit about the weight of the box is one of the sergeants noticed one of the box. It didn't seem quite right. So he looked at bid deeper removed the box off the pallets to look inside. So something extraordinarily suspicious. In the boxes officials discovered five hundred forty packages of cocaine hidden among the bundles of bananas drugs worth eighteen mill donation came from port of America in freeport, Texas. It's unclear who are win the cocaine entered the shipment. This isn't the first time drug smugglers have tried to use fruit to hide contraband last year. Couple of tons of marijuana. Whereas disguised as limes. Trying to get across the border between Texas and Mexico. Thirty four thousand of the fake fruit packages discovered by an imaging inspection system. And a canine team the drugs are valued those drugs seven hundred eighty so marijuana's cheap in comparison to cocaine right? I've never purchased cocaine. So I don't know what the street value is. But I would guess absolutely. Yeah. It's a lot more to assume from that that you have purchased marijuana. You're such a good listener. I know right. Well, only when it's legal good king illegal. It's good. No. I understand that. I have great faith in you. Okay. I guess from the continuing focus on what you put up your nose here in England or not hearing. We were not in England one in ten English people are to be smokers in the next five years or so wait a second. What what are we putting up our nose? I know smoke. Okay. That's a visualization along. Follow the bouncing ball. Forecasts have been made. There was a study suggesting four hundred thousand people gave up smoking England last year. So they have six million smokers fourteen percent of the population, which really surprises me anybody who spent any time in England used to be when I first started going over there in the seventies. A lot of people smoked now. It's way way down so choppers. I don't you think further. The choppers their teeth. Oh, there's a at home. Home lungs, your looks right anything. Anyway. No, more smoking in England. Let's move their twenty one after the hour..

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Missouri Voters Reject Anti-Union Law in a Victory for Labor

Doug Stephan

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Missouri Voters Reject Anti-Union Law in a Victory for Labor

"Missouri voters for example. When you look at the five, states they scrapped a right to work, law the would have banned mandatory union fees sixty seven percent of voters decided to repeal the law so if it. Had been passed the law would have mandated an employee's don't have. To? Join labor unions to pay union fees as a condition of employment that that was, kind. Of interesting there are some. Other states earlier on that had the same, thing right didn't we talk about some other state and. The supreme court just decided actually that right You don't have to join unions in California or. Hold everyone. Actually maybe across the board you're right 'cause presidents. Would be set by the supreme. Court. The case. Was out of

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"jenin" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Way your teeth fit together when. You buy or any change in the fit of parcels or dentures these are all signals that you may have a problem and it may be gum disease so if you've got any. Of these issues are you think. You have them go see your dentist now if you suspect you have gum disease. Because the sooner you treat it the better That's the way you solve, gum disease You're listening. To on here with Doug Jenin Victoria We all have our police blotters, in our, communities the framingham police blotter this week this weekend who women, facing charges after a fight included woman women's smashing a. Wine bottle on the head of the other one and the other one. Picked up a chair and swung it, at her they were arguing about day align chair and it was two thirty in the morning. On Sunday and police theorized that alcohol was involved Right fighting over a patio chair next to a mini van And so the one lady took. A bottle and whacker over the head of the other one and then the other one that had the bottle wacked on her. Head picked up the chair and smashed it against a minivan, so there you. Can't use it if I can't have it you can't avid either police were called to the address and found numerous beer cans and old wine bottle old These guys but they haven't everywhere they just use. That I kind of chuckle about it but they have these, sorts of things. Happen every year they're having a urinate CARA having involving carries a, pretty upscale neighborhood so prevalent Down the boardwalk reduc- people there you, see people in the middle or Saturday night, early Sunday morning especially they're all those sorts of things. The vagaries of too much alcohol you, know what happens to your system if you're out in the sun and your. Your how. Quicker the alcohol works when you are you can, get drunk, so much faster when. You're hot apparently I. Don't know why that is but, that was something that was a lesson I learned a. Long time ago it view, have you found that to be the. Case Victoria Well here's one okay so there's two, reasons I would think for that number one if you're. Drinking during the day you always get, drunk faster because the enzymes that you need to to break down alcohol don't. Kick in. Until the nighttime got.

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"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"To on air with doug jenin victoria here i am good guy on the list of people who serve you jennifer victoria carry and doug who's the best of them all mira nair on the wall who's the best of them all you can decide to send a tweet like at djba show ed jennifer horn at on air victoria at sea sherline ladies at deck stephan brings people together like a who's better full question jennifer warner brothers has proposed a hollywood skyway to make it easier to get to the hollywood sign i usually hate these ideas but i don't hate this idea because i mean there is a lot that can go wrong when you put a car on a string and send it up for a mile towards amway there's a lot that can happen but there two proposes one i that was presented about a month ago said that they wanted to bring a aerial tram from downtown to dodger stadium yeah and that they were going to it but it was going to be government and private money this one the reason i like this one is it's all private money it leaves from warner brothers which makes it more of a tourist attraction so that it'll be used consistently throughout the year not just want a dodger game is in session i think it makes a lot of sense i think it's great i for it yeah residents in that area are probably happy about it too yeah because there's a lot of traffic by the house yes this eliminate that you can you can wave at the traffic is you go over it in a manner of speaking twenty one after the hour here on today's jv program the local news station news talk five ninety k you stay.

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Jon Wertheim mailbag: Wimbledon preview, Nick Kyrgios

Jason and Alexis

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Jon Wertheim mailbag: Wimbledon preview, Nick Kyrgios

"L dot com to hear the full interview with laura luma on the jenin bill page george zimmerman is expected in court this morning to face a stalking charge zimmerman is accused of harassing and sending threatening messages to private investigator darren warren who was working on a documentary about seventeen year old trayvon martin's death deputies say zimmerman called warren fifty five times left thirty six voicemails and texted him sixty seven times in just over a week one message sent to the film's producer allegedly threatened to feed warren to an alligator zimmerman has pleaded not guilty samantha jordan abc news orlando of course zimmerman was acquitted in the shooting death of martin in two thousand twelve and thirty six year old serena williams who's a palm beach gardens resident is getting seeded at wimbledon despite taking a break from tennis to give birth to her daughter did not make an exception and remember she was not seated the us open has already said that they will absolutely take this into account but wimbledon is making an exception.

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"jenin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on KGO 810

"The world to learn new tools have someone who's objective who's not in your life invested in your life and who can say hey this is what i think you're doing this is why i think you're doing here's a new way of looking at this issue here's a new way of approaching your wife approaching your boss approaching your kid and i looked therapy makes you think differently and i've had decades of it myself you know i'm not just therapists also also really believe in therapy on on a core level and i know it's made me better in every area of my life and by the way you wanna follow dr jen man on social media r j e n n two ends on jenin man j e n n a n n so a dr at front for dr her most recent book which i have a copy of it's fantastic the relationship fixed dr jen six step guide to improving communication connection intimacy dr john i want to ask you this question that was sent to me from a listener who has not named and i'm just gonna read this to you and i'm very curious to hear your take on this it says my husband and i have a couple were friends with and we hang out we noticed this weekend that the wife consistently emasculated her husband she has always been the one to quote where the pants but it seems like it's getting worse it actually can be uncomfortable being around them when she does that wondering if i should say something to her since she's a pretty good friend of mine we should stay out of it complete because it's none of our business look it's none of your business except now it's impacting your friendship and it's making it so that you don't want to hang out with this couple and therefore it does impact.

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"jenin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on KGO 810

"The world to learn new tools have someone who's objective who's not in your life invested in your life and who can say hey this is what i think you're doing this is why i think you're doing here's a new way of looking at this issue here's a new way of approaching your wife approaching your boss approaching your kid and it looked therapy makes you think differently and i've had decades of it myself you know i'm not just a therapist i also really believe in therapy on on a core level and i know it's made me better in every area of my life and by the way you wanna follow dr jen man and social media it's d r j e n n two ends on jenin man j e n n a n n so a dr at front for dr her most recent book which i have a copy of it's fantastic the relationship fix dr jen six step guide to improving communication connection intimacy doctor i want to ask you this question that was sent to me from a listener who has naci named and i'm just gonna read this to you and i'm very curious to hear your take on this it says my husband and i have a couple were friends with and we hang out we noticed this weekend that the wife consistently emasculated her husband she has always been the one to quote where the pants but it seems like it's getting worse actually can be uncomfortable being around them when she does that wondering if i should say something to her since she's a pretty good friend of mine we should stay out of it completely because it's none of our business look it's none of your business except now it's impacting your friendship and it's making it so that you don't want to hang out with this couple and therefore it does impact you and i think that for it sounds like the woman who wrote you it has a one on one relationship with the wife who's doing the emasculating and i think that it is worth her sitting her friend down and having a conversation of very gentle conversation said that her friend doesn't feel judged you know sometimes women emasculate their husbands 'cause they don't realize it because they kind of get in bad habits and then it kind of escalates noballs a lot of the time it also happens because there's a lot of unexpressed anger or for whatever reason and who knows what's.

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Father of Parkland school shooting victim resigns from public safety commission

Joyce Kaufman

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Father of Parkland school shooting victim resigns from public safety commission

"Educational presentation on what not to take through airport security can now speak from experience after he was pulled off flight from texas to florida carrying a fake grenade the hand grenade carried in the luggage of a seventeen year old boy scout was only a toy but was convincing enough to prompt a full on police response when he sent it to an xray machine at hobby airport in houston hundreds of passengers were suddenly inconvenienced essay testified a florida trying to get him on the plane and get them more than the police say the boy scout plan to use the toy grenade as a prop in and out of town demonstration about airport security the bomb squad destroyed it jim ryan abc news dallas lawyers for former san francisco forty niners quarterback colin kaepernick wants to subpoena president trump the legal team will seek federal subpoenas to compel both trump and vice president mike pence testifying capture knicks ongoing collusion case against the nfl the father stoneman douglas high school shooting victim is stepping down from the state commission that's looking into the valentine's day tragedy andrew pollock lost his daughter meadow and says he'll be spending his time and resources conducting his own independent investigation as well as backing school board candidates who share his views on campus safety this is what he told jenin bill today being on the commission i can make a difference doing my own investigation i went up to the school i got rid of those two monitors things like that that i'm doing that i won't be able to do stay on the commission to msg monitors pollock is talking about were criticized for their actions during the shooting and have been ordered to stay off the campus a federal civil rights lawsuit is being filed by the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting in orlando the city of orlando it's police department and orlando officer adam grueling are named as defendants in the suit filed this morning by three dozen survivors and victims family members the suit says grueling was negligent in his duties while working security at the time of the shooting that killed nearly fifty people almost two years ago gruel or and other officers are accused of violating the civil rights of club goers by failing to immediately enter the building to confront gunman omar mateen your next update at two o'clock i'm karen curtis stay connected with news anytime at eight fifty wt l dot com coming up thankfully is.

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"jenin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To to and the afternoon drive from two to six thirty it's really hard put it into words chipper and jenin vlad of said it's something that we've all worked for there's a lot of sweat equity and the opportunity to get this point but the two dolts and we have the reality head it's it's hard to describe was so many outstanding position players come out of their what an honor to be the first one to make it to the hall of fame and things while marshall and of course the first american nine dr the whole thing is big complied beret very little martinez of course just a special day to be able to to share this moment with family and and to be on here with you guys is just stall surreal i just feel so honored that that this day happen an absolute iraq i can't describe in all its it's more of those spine tingling chill wall mama's the you just can't describe jon heyman to all seven and a tony paid with years ago norway to 540 heard the inductees othman bland book parreira through a translator chipper jones jones guerrero told me off a they did something to me which hasn't been done in a while and we'll get into because i'm i'm gonna make you guys think tonight as they do every once in a while the one over tax abrines can agree in the role of of my fulfil them we played what's he gave iconic greater these under the weather that's okay he'll give you'll be back eventually 732 seven sixty six sixty say so let's hit this thursday morning source i probably started by now no one nine apply his voice radio 66 bag over all right good early early morning one at all all that the audio courtesy of a mlb for the baseball hall of fame this for new guys of the guys coming up tyga martinez getting closer and mike with either getting closer bonds in an arm and stay in where they are i guess but it was a it was a it was different when i heard they will gone live it's six fifteen on major league baseball was based when that was watching it and he did something like i said.

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"jenin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is green at eleven forty i'm bob usually the hall of fame is getting four new members this year two of the four were considered locks and indeed fear for jones a jim told me made it jones with ninety seven percent of the vote told me earn ninety percent latin america aero in his second year of eligibility gets in easily ninety three percent for the former mvp the former expo and angel and forever half but in years three makes it with eighty percent told me a former indian a former philly a former white sox the just name cuba's teams he spoke to the mlb network include could have spoken for all of the new in duct these really harder to put into words chipper and jenin vlad of said it's something that we've all worked for there's a lot of sweat equity and the opportunity to get to this point but it's a built and we have the reality head its sits hard to describe that audio courtesy of the mlb network longtime seattle designated hitter edgar martinez getting closer fell twenty bone sure he has one more year to make it might be seen as also getting close here and sixty three and a half percent of the vote you need 75 percent roger clemens 57 and barry bonds fifty six percent clemens in bonds in year six of eligibility the jets fired their offensive line coach steve marshall college basketball workers at home loses to nebraska sixty two fifty four it was syracuse 81 boston kallas 63 rhode island seventy four to fifty eight colgate beat army by.

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"jenin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Very unusual you're on us over his son in jenin i which makes inconsistently mr surprise and he will always be turning one 80s and uh so that's that's his basic ego nature but unfortunately for the nation and the president the the strategy of the relationship between the united states first chart and trump's first chart has his son squared uh neptune in us charts vertigo position which long story short for doing great detail he just looks for to make it easy for everybody and not be an astral babbler i will say that it just simply means that it rules the cycles of boombust which have defined american economics so the key for trump's success as a one or even two term president or his complete failure and not finishing his first term is how he handles uh turning the economy around making jobs making the infrastructure thing work um and you can almost see so much of what the agenda is for trump and by some extension the republican party is based on the gamble that of the tax breaks and the everything that has been done we'll we'll work if there's a build up of economics of employment of people's wages suddenly rising which then magnets for decades and somehow the jobs that were lost to china and now even in china those jobs are being turned into robot jobs that's right that that somehow the.

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"jenin" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"On the hour though jenin himalayas on this jaffna does the moment on that justin leonard legal obama comment on enough and donald hutchings them logic presents no land dealings has more news ninety six no dealings now now the mile neither of these look agreed all donald oh oh no those who spoke x his now these earthly suits how'd you won't be madam president yes indeed although he then a law hopes of history he'll be back down there liam payne you hmm.

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"jenin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on WTVN

"Would love to be able to do more but i've been with people at time of death and immediately at those times i felt their energy g in the room shipped from one state of being to another and i felt energy that i have no idea they may be century old or whatever so on a on a on the continual my belt energy that better brave new to the fear railmen from that are very ancient of pair route is beginning to test this and i think there's starting to come around to believe that there is a real other side to all of this and you know i i i no individual who worked in the medical field and and other study and they they a lot of them have come to the belief that there is something that if i mean either think about that they they wait body th and body's way left from the time that they were living at the time that the photo was supposedly left the body for this again all these theories about what happened so i you know there's there's got to be something to it there have been so many experiences have gone on there's got to be something other than over the brain is losing knocks jenin fire and and myth firing when when the when the body's getting ready to die there are there's a lot of talk about we g boards i happen to think we g boards aren't the smartest thing in the work to play with that it creates some kind of portal that most of the spirits that come through aren't very friendly at all what you take on we jubal i'm not afraid of we worked at all it to keep the press would prep gordon um there's got to be a however here though there is a however you know i think that the with which we use aboard can affect the result mark may see who website is i think world i keeping dot com if quote always takes.

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"jenin" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"To come to jenin with us and and we did this last night and to people came with us to dinner and one of them was like i can't believe i'm sitting here having dinner with you at this michels our restaurant not like they're not going to say the value of those ev as i neither can is is pretty awesome and has pretty could start up and i'm going to meet with him when he launches it could probably went up investing in so like this idea of like randomness and saying yesterday and not staying at home and watching breaking bad is something you can probably work on although i dunno i get out there a little bit james i don't know when i'm out lately at a restaurant unthinking man asking me so good to leg be in the bed just be in bearer all taking at cana labor of thinking am if you're over 40 wondering how you want to go back once again you're like saying i have to go out it just wherever you are you're you got to be the goats somewhere else so i really do think this way don't either it's incredible so so my my biggest takeaways and again it's just my own uh i think the business of business as you kind of say more or less is about being around and creating a network of grey people yep and there are you give so many different ways to do with our longterm ways to do it shortterm ways to do it yet termites do it and i think there's also a component where there's a lot of psychology as well so i'm invested in a business a lot of my discussions might about that business either with other investors or other or the ceos or whatever might be about people and not about product the product they're already on your selling but i might spend a good chunk of my time you need to communicate more maybe now's the time to think about doing a deal with don't get rid of these other deals you've already made with people you know keep to your word so a lot of it i think the psychology and being true to your word and being a good person and being with good people is critically important angel investing yeah cannot have liar says we had to deals.

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"jenin" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"jenin" Discussed on WLOB

"Jenin john it oh man van she did today luger each year leisure go look the chicks digging but he's a loser either dorin owner of your run again for some them suri will that's all he's got to do he doesn't have a job doesn't a web is hollywood going to come up with the money this time mental i'm sure they will let me give a shout out that was get a text ruin our friends last night a bill comanager me talking about bill for he's in music business i mean he's head of huge success mood in the music is he said that the he said that these a got a buddy dini bianchi identities the big producer he's been the he's he's a giant of the and he listens to us in albuquerque i think that's what he said during a her uh huh if the is listen to us now gergen amac your ktb l listening right now so demi great that meet you win next timings in town rural three bill binion are going to get together and have lunch so i was looking at this guy's website them mean he's he's absolutely amazing the people he's worked with everybody elvis sheena easton barbra streisand bb king i can team to turn a meal done i mean the list goes elton john s producer ranger engineering performer so we're glad to have him out there see we get look.

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