18 Burst results for "Jennifer Cohen"

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

04:33 min | Last month

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"That's why adrian the so good at what he does for a living because and it's always it icon. I'm constantly saying that you know. I wish he was around years ago for me. Because i needed. I needed that. And i think that it's so interesting. How he coaches people. And that's what he's doing for them. Essentially a you know on a non obviously romantic level. But you know is being like. Oh there's that one person now that i can like confess all this shit too you know You know which is what. Which is i think a lot of what you do. I mean what what he does for me a lot too. Yeah no. I think it's a it's a it's a while i think on a romantic level. It's very it's It's it or general having someone who's emotionally present who's also stare for you and whose confident so comfortable in their own skin were. It's not a threat that you're super successful like and they and they're like proud. They're happy for you to be who you are. And it doesn't affect their mental. You know war kind of idea that they're not where they should be. They're not matching up. Because you're gaining confidence and you're so comfortable in other areas of your life. That's not where you go to to find your your manhood or your confidence you know. I like people like you. Actually i really do i. I but you're you're types are are more rare than oh yeah big. Do you know what i mean youth. You usually find. I mean it's actually funny. I find like it's easier. It's easier to find those guys. Were super super successful. Enbridge on paper had the things that you think that a girl like you would want or strong yet accessible girl not even just a girl like you strong successful. Whatever but off paper there so not appealing. It doesn't work like oil and water now Let's that's why i. I've got a heart for my clients which are usually those guys right..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

05:30 min | Last month

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"What's the best diet to to try because people are constantly seeing cheeto diet They're saying kito intermittent it at a and what happens. They try. they're not they. Don't stick to anything long enough to ever see real results on anything because they keep on jumping from one thing to the next and the next you have to like you have to commit to like to commitments and to commit to like to me to like staying on track for a finite period of time to one thing and seeing it through because otherwise you're just going to be constantly jumping and jumping and jumping and never seeing results never getting results in anything. Because you're not giving yourself like the proper time that it needs like anything that anything that you'll see any result in requires consistency. Do you feel that way. Like in in coaching. Like when you're coaching cleanser. Is there any similarities with that. Like in what you're talking to people about Sure i what i hear you saying is life style versus you know sprint. Yeah you mean like a marathon versus sprint. Yeah or like yeah. Yeah i mean i was about it with all the things you know. We're doing now and you're doing. You're talking about yoga at some point. You just decide. This is what i'm doing now. This is who i am now. This is what you're doing with your kids right. This is this is who we are the next twenty one days. We're doing this. This is this is what we do then and then commit to it and they start but so what you said. Actually you know the yoga whatever. I also have to say that a lot of it's also like knowing yourself being self aware because you know you know. It's easy to jump on a bandwagon if someone else like oh yoga. I'll try yoga. I'll i'll do yoga but if you really don't like yoga and don't do don't just think because a molly alley and jan or doing yoga. Then it's it's the greatest thing in the world. Fry it if if it if it like resonate keep on doing it. If it doesn't don't force yourself to do something that you know it's so true. I think i i myself to do all sorts of shit over the years because everybody else was doing it. You know right. Like and i actually never liked yoga ever. I've tried yoga yoga stupid. I don't like it. I'd rather do something really hard in that time. Yeah i think it's actually. I just realized i think it's because we are running and my body is so sore that the stretching of yoga feels really good to my body. Because i'm not really stretching after we before we don't really stretch right bad sorry to help person so we don't stretch you know so when i do yoga. It's like oh still so good and i'm sure it's partly because we're running you know so to meet those like that all fits together just like i just wanted to. Yoga might not be as like. You know rewarding lasagna. I liked to run. And i hate yoga so i mean go figure. It's like at. Can i tell you..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

04:31 min | Last month

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"Teaching people goal setting teaching people. How they they they can. They can have a goal and then go and then achieve it and once you get that feeling of success or achievement. That really motivates you to feel like you can kind of get to the next thing to the next thing so that's really what it's really about like fitness to me is just kind of like i guess the vehicle to get to the other stuff right which was to teach me the discipline to teach me how to goal set to teach me how to like prioritize The kind of build strength not just physically but mental strength because everything to me is about mental fortitude mental strength and behavior to me. That's the doing squad or lunge or anything like the easy part if your brains if your if your minds right and it's like how do you get your mind right. How do you have you stay focused. Stay alert how do you like. Not rely on willpower. Not rely on motivation to get from a to be because motivation is. I'll tell ya motivation. Is i'll tell you. Motivation is complete nonsense right. Motivation doesn't last. It's like you know you could be motivated now and ask me in twenty minutes and i lost my motivation. Just like willpower. I can have a lot of will-power today and by tomorrow. I bet i'll have seven chocolate cakes right so like those can't be your reasons to stay on pass right. The best way to stay on past is to have small little goals that you want to achieve and the best way to really like get from a dead is seeing in tracking your seeing seeing in tracking your small successes so all these little wins like all these big little changes. Add up to big wins. And that's really what. I try to teach people in show people all the time. That's why this podcast is all of that is about like what are people's habits worthy rituals. How do you kinda like tweak. Just a little bit just a little bit here. It's not just making these big grandiose differences in change in your life it's about like taking one thing focus on one small thing and tweak that and then when you have that then move onto the next but people try to like make these big grandiose goals for themselves you know i wanna make a million dollars. I want to start a company tomorrow. I wanna lose thirty pounds. I want to and yet it get excited. And then they lose i. I can see how like could start with fitness. I mean we were talking about this like we've now started. We live in the hollywood hills. So we're we we started running And i'd say we probably run on average like four days a week And it's it's hard because it's all uphill so it's like i.

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

05:40 min | Last month

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"Tony gets released every time you see all that right. Which is psychological. Like that's why it makes you. That's what kind of creates the addiction but How many of us. And i'm sure happens all the time where you're like looking at other people and you think wow their life is better than mine like you know. It's like a lot of like people are posting what they want you to see which is like this much of what really goes on in their life. Sprite there's even people who are claiming that they're the authenticity and real. And i'm you know like all the most positive messages all day if you peel that onion off one layer of that onion. Those people and i've experienced this myself are the most wonky and screwed up. You know what i mean like. That's why i feel there. Such a disconnect between really what happens in social media and what happens in reality. i think that's a. I think that could be very very toxic for a lot of people because it can take down a radical of negativity. Take down a rabbit hole of envy. Jealousy and those are not positive traits to to be well and especially in kids. I mean you know. I mean especially social media yet. Because they're too young but like my kids are and i mean it's like the the amount of the foam. Oh and all of the things in like the mean comments or the things like those that is like the the new wave of bullying and the new like you know feeling left out. And it's like a tough i mean and and it's like i don't even know how to like parent that because i didn't live that you know i didn't we didn't we didn't have that when we were kids. Right right so true. It's it's challenging. Definitely the super challenging and i feel like it's like happens also at Rh kids like mike. Kids know had navigate. These things already Do your kids your six year. Old noah navigate social media. Just they they know what it is. They know it. Instagram is because oh sure you know like parents are like putting them in putting them in the and i'm guilty to pick a video my kid or whatever it is you know what i mean. It's like so we're starting them at a very young age and believe me. i'm innocent. Yeah that's what i have a. I have a love hate with this whole thing. That's interesting my boy. He always wants to be doing games now..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

04:29 min | Last month

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"I left that business and then i pivoted because it was so actually the head of mca was like you know what i have a guy i want you to meet. I think this is. This would be a great opportunity for you. In the guy was out of washington owned this like really well known. He was a very well known media trainer and that's different world is very corporate. It's very much book. Crisis management your especially in on the east coast. Not maybe you know. West coast may be slightly different but things are all about being super buttoned up and being super corporate and like honing messages. It was not as like willy nilly as the fitness business where you can wear tights all day and sweatpants and like you know. Do a squat in the lunch and call it a day. It was so it was a different shifts. You know it into your head. And i was like holy shit. This is not gonna be my cup of tea. Totally not again. Not my cup of tea like you know went to war in Into three business in a in a three piece suit lives in washington. He was doing all the white house at people. The politicians is office in new york. Zing all the finance people. He wanted someone to kind of oversee West coast and. I didn't think it was a good position for me and i actually met him. I thought there's no way. And then what happened. Was i decided to. He actually offered me. The job took the job. And then i made it my own and i did that for a many years and then you didn't you didn't. You didn't think it was for you. You didn't like you're sitting there so it sounds like before you met with them. You didn't think it was for you. You were sitting there with them. You still didn't think it was for you. I still i was scared. I was not my style. He was so buttoned up and and corporate that. That was always my big thing. Like like i didn't my big thing was having like freedom and be able to kind of create my own schedule and be my own boss. Going into that world was very scary and not interesting for me at all. But why did you say yes. So then he called me. And i figured you know why because unlike i put myself in a situation where i thought you know what let me just. I'm going to be in the on the west coast by myself. I'm starting this office is not going to be. I'm not going to be a badgering to somebody but still i'm answering to someone far away you made so maybe i can kind of maneuver around it. And that's why the job. And i did so basically i created my own path within that pass and thankfully was successful. I was able to like make it work but again it really wasn't my passion. I wasn't that wasn't i always kind of like. I was always very interested in fitness in house. After a few years. I actually got engage back to toronto. And that's really where i started..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

04:02 min | Last month

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"Everybody welcome back to another episode of raising the bar. I'm ali web you really. You don't sound like kelly web we have. We have some issues with our voices. Excuse them although. I i like it. Do you bike it. I'm adrian taylor. He's also radio hus- welcome back to the radio show w dreams until he's episode. We have jennifer cohen. Who has a podcast also called habits and hustle and this episode is very much about habits. She talks a lot about creating habits in your life how to get smaller goals. It's a really interesting episode. We actually recorded a long time ago. But it's still very timely. Anything for now. Yeah oh yeah. She's very like hearing her and we. We have a very candy conversation about parenthood and we talked to families and jen actually tried to set me up before i met adrian. I don't know if you've talked about that or not. Remember with city. He'll an end. Hope you enjoy. Give me some. Give us the whole. I mean your bio is so impressive jammie and i feel like i knew about you just now just like provides but i was when i was reading.

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Which is kind of an interesting making that point. All thank you so much. I am so happy to be here with you. And i were lawyer up and i will win a thomson or thank you. I want to try to their house into cooking segment ones for mtv. Wow i went to the osborne house as i recall that was one of my one of my favorite conversations. I've had a lot of these conversations in my life both personally and professionally. Where i was explaining to kelly osbourne back when i was doing love line. I said Chicks don't know anything about world war and she was like how dare you and i was like it's true. And she's like. I know everything about world war two and i said you do and i said how do you know everything about world war two. And she said her dad who was born shortly after the blitz like sit home and watch all those history channel's shows about hitler and japanese pearl harbor and all of us so she's an expert and i said okay who fought in world war two. Give me the allied and axis powers. Who was against two. And she's like that's a trick question. Should that is the most that is the most basic that is the most basic question you could ask about a war only question. It's certainly the first question. We're not getting into dunkirk or battle the balls at this point. We're just talking about who fought. Who and i don't need to know what side papua new guinea was on. I'm just talking about the two major power players like on each side. Who are we talking about germany. Japan and italy. Yeah the the. Us would have been exciting. I wasn't gotta dip into china australia or anything like that. I just wanted to know the basics. The two basic she announced it was an unfair question and that she still knew everything about world war tail. And then you absolutely don't know anything about world war two and you've proven my point and then drew kept saying to me. Just leave it alone. And then i kept saying no. That was how that i'd brand. Well look you announced. You know everything about world war two you could. You could not come up with who participated in world war. Two you need to walk the ship-back not announce. It was a trick question by the way i started off. I start off like the guys do. Who do the lie detector tests like. What is your full name. That's question we're just we're just trying to establish a fucking baseline here. I'm trying to calibrate the machine. I thought you're going to tell me. And then we can start getting into more nuanced aspects of worldwide. Couldn't do that out of the gate. Said it was a trick question and drew wanted me to leave it alone and i was like. I'm not leaving it alone. I made a proclamation. She proved my point and she needs to apologize to me all right. Let's do one more gina grand all right well in all of this march madness s madness. I want you guys to know something. And i wonder if dr drew was aware of this being a physician. It's known by urologists as vasectomy season. The nc double a. Tournament is a popular time for men to get a little snip because they can recover on the couch and watch all the games. many athletes. no doubt 'cause then you should slipped up with clever vasectomy promotions but one practice in. Virginia has caught the attention of the ncaa and they're not super happy about it. The virginia urology center has launched. Its the secta. Me mayhem promotion for march. The ncaa believes the phrases confusingly similar with march mayhem. Which is also trademark by the ncaa and they've filed a trademark cancelation to stop them from using it. But since this is the time when everybody's getting snipped you got to make yourself stand out. I literally theorize years ago when the nba players were having babies and they go broke paying for this child support. After the careers ended. I was like why not spend three months collecting donating sperm putting oh bank and then it gets to me they can fuck all you throw your entire. Nba career with no consequences. You'll have plenty of sperm teva family later on down the road three smart. Yeah you sound like a guy who can't touch the bottom of the net though the crowd that that kind of thinking is what's hurt your stroke from the three point strike. Someone handed me the net. I could very easily touching the bottom of it. Thank you all right. Let's bring it home. Gina grad you got it. I'm gina grad.

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Jay Leno apologizes for joking about Asians, advocacy group says

The Adam Carolla Show

01:03 min | 6 months ago

Jay Leno apologizes for joking about Asians, advocacy group says

"Jay leno has apologized for making anti asian jokes during his career. But not the kind of a pr apology that we're used to During a zoom call with the leader of an asian american activist group. The former tonight show host said. He regretted his words. Leno who came under fire in two thousand nine hundred nine for making fun of koreans eating dog meat on the set of america's got talent said. Here's his quote at the time. I did those jokes. I genuinely thought them to be harmless. I was making fun of our enemy north korea and like most jokes. There was a ring of truth to them. At the time there was a prevailing attitude that some group is always going to complain about something. So don't worry about it whenever we received a complaint there'd be two sides the discussion. Either we need to deal with this or screw if we can if they can't take a joke too many times. I sided with the ladder even when my heart knew it was wrong guy. The leader media action network. Eric lucky for j. guy has accepted the apology. Jay says he hopes the asian american community will be able to accept it as

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

09:01 min | 6 months ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The middle of i seventy in the middle of nowhere in illinois there was just a highway sign. Then march madness can turn to sadness with the dui. You can leave us a message at eight. Eight eight six three four one seven four four. So he's gotta rhyme ryan lock these. Here's twelve time. Olympic medallist jennifer cohen s a fitness personality bestselling author entrepreneur. And the join adam corolla show good. See you guys are having us. So we'll get into the Online workout program and how that goes. It's probably never been a better time for that. I know i heard ryan that you just beat a young kid in in a swimming event. Got to be pretty good because you're looking to make the tokyo team right. The kid s. I love how you say young kid. 'cause i mean anyone i go against now is young but yes. I'm here swimming in saint petersburg florida And i'm taking today off for the swim meet. But yesterday i had two great swims on. And i'm right on track to The olympic team do great things that summer. This would make you the oldest male swimmer in us olympic histories. That true yes it will and hopefully that happens in. I can get another medal. And then i'll go down as the second most decorated olympian of all time under michael phelps and his spits under that. Or is it like trying to write. Natalie still dito. Yes i'm tied with natalie coughlin and dare turret swimming. It's weird 'cause you don't think you know you don't think of it. like thirty. Six is not really old for boxer. You know but it's old for swimmer and it it it's many guys in the nba. It's not that all. I mean it's younger sport baseball. You could play. But i didn't know swimming was that way. It's a little misleading. Because every time you go to the local. Ymca there's always a bunch of eighty five year olds that are in the pool. Maybe just do it at the beginning of life and at the end of life. Yeah i mean so Yeah i mean. I think it's one of those sports. It's one of those sports that you use every muscle in your body so it does take a toll on your body's but i think that's why there's younger kids and then i mean it's a great workout. I mean anyone that you like if you go and swim like ten laps. You're going to be exhausted. It's definitely great workout and jennifer. Where what is your background. And what was your sport. Or what is your sports. That's my scored. I tend to anything as well as ryan. Let me put it that way you know. Oh combining i wasn't an athlete at all like that. My my role with ryan is totally more. We merged together to do this digital fitness platform together. Because my background is much more business in in the health and wellness space and so we met and ryan always gets asked a ton i mean i even see like we. Would you do to stay in shape busy to get fit. What does he do to like. Get ready for the olympics are be this kind of athlete. And so that's why we're like you know. Why don't we put together. This like platform where people fans of yours or people who are aspiring swimmers. Or just people who wanna get really fed or wanna work out they can actually work along a alongside you in real time and do it with you. And that's how the whole thing kind of came about and that's when we we took my company called suprema fitness and we kind of power his whole locked in training platform and the rest is history. And we're doing it now for not that long about a month and a half or so. Brian curious about the diet aspect. Is there soom. There is a nutrition aspect but like ryan. When you're training and in competitions turn through an insane amount of calories. Obviously you're not going to recommend that to the average person but like how. How do you do it all your competition. And how does you know. How do you advocate. Well let's just nutrition has gotten a lot better. I can't have a candy bar and like still be shredded anymore. Like if i have a candy bar it the next day so it's just like with age you get an older. Your metabolism is not as fast as it used to be. So i used to be able to eat eight thousand calories. A day can eat dominoes pizza. Wings every day nonstop It's not that anymore on. I'm sorry to become smarter outside the pool. And i'm actually watching what i eat on what i take in my body because i'm gonna realize like it does have an effect on my just not my performance but my overall attitude is well. I always think about swimmers because most of us when we exercise we got the tv on. We got the earbuds in. We'll be listening to music and watching sports center sportscenter something like that. Otherwise even a half hour on a treadmill feel so monotonous feels like god. We need stuff in front of us to distract us and swimming just looking at the floor right. i mean you don't get the backstroke out of then you look at stealing right and you don't know i'm going to. I'm going to turn this into a compliment. Which is it. it's a mental thing is as much is. it's a physical thing i mean. Most people aren't mentally cut out to spend that many hours just hearing the sound of their own breath right. And i don't know i know. They have like aquatic earbuds. Now i think but this is a relatively new thing like you're going to swim. You have to be a deprivation chamber. The sound is not. you're not hearing the sound. you're certainly not watching the screens. You can't you know you can. You can jog on a treadmill and still taxed or talk on the phone or whatever it is. Yeah so is that something. You're born with because i. It seems like a wiring to me to be. And how many hours do you go in a in a training session on. So i tried about nine times a week Each training sessions about two hours long in the swimming pool are sometimes. My coach likes to just kick our ass and we go even longer. But that's just in the pool swimming. So i mean you can you can say every pool has about over a thousand black tiles on the bottom. You know it's it's kind of what you said like when we swimmers we get in that water it. We kind of block out everything. And you're just like zoned in and you're just like going back and forth you're doing your sets that you have on your racing. Everyone for me. I found the love and passion for the sport of swimming again. I lost after two thousand twelve olympics on it started becoming a job so i found love and passionate again in it so i'm having so much fun every time i go to the swimming pool because i'm racing the top guys in the entire world like the fastest sprinter in the world. I'm racing him every day. And we go head ahead and on just having so much fun. Getting involved the sport again and teaching these young kids things that i've learned throughout my slurring career so it's it's so much fun right now. Gina we hear from you know phil jackson back in the day and tiger woods you know from the dock that just came out about him and from so many athletes the power of visualization and getting into a meditative state and that seems to be a little more for lack of better word mainstream. Something we could all probably benefit from and we're all sort of a little more familiar with does that has that ever been a part of your routine or How how does that work for you. You know i'm starting to do that more often now than i ever did before I start took this from michael. Phelps actually Before two thousand sixteen olympics Right when he came like right before the year before two thousand sixteen olympics he's He took a break and then he came back and he said i mentally prepare myself. I went through visualization. And i met through every scenario every good thing every bad thing that could happen in my races like going to the pool getting like getting a speedy to be late for warm up like.

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"I guess it was the twenty sixteen election. The Republicans were just stunned when ROY Cooper a democrat defeated. I don't remember who their what their candidate's name was but defeated he defeated the Republican the couldn't accept it in a through tantrum. They decided there was a rule that if you have whoever is in the governorship gets one extra person on the state board of elections. So they get the head of that of the state election board is that members party, and they changed his decided to change the rule. They didn't even I don't think the legislature passed a law. They just sort of internally said, maybe they did. But they put him struck. They put him struck back in charge of the board. Even though it was supposed to be a democrat. And and she reeked kind of havoc. There because the Republicans in they did stuff like shutting down voting on Sundays because even would admit that it was because African American people tend to go to church and must African American people are Democrats. They said that wasn't racist. Because it was because they happen to vote democrat. So therefore, it was fine. I mean, they just did they did sketchy stuff like putting modems in their ballots. Scanners. They oh. The worst thing they probably did this is really bad. So you know, how VR systems is the third party vendor. That Muller says was actually infiltrated by Russia. There actually were three three vendors one of them. We figured out. No one actually told us but pulled the public, but it kind of leaked out that it was VR systems. We don't know who the other two are. But North Carolina used VR systems for its electric whole books, which is what checks in the voters to make sure they're registered on election day, and they had massive massive massive electric public. Problems in the blue heavily blue county of Durham in North Carolina twenty sixteen which was considered a major swing state and for that election, and the board claimed that it had conducted a forensic analysis found nothing wrong, people didn't really believe it and didn't really share with the announced. They didn't really share the report or anything insurance after Muller came out with confirmation that it was VR systems that had been infiltrated. And and people were talking about it more. They finally admitted or maybe it was the Democrats who admitted I don't know. It was admitted finally that they they lie..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"And as we have always said and always maintain if you find Democrats or those that support them who broke these laws charged them with the crime. So now we have to prove Michelle the Fujii's and Greg Craig lobbyist for Manafort. And this is no different from the Sam patent case where he was indicted using straw donors to funnel Russian money to the Trump inauguration. So so the actual charge of funneling money too much money like passing them the like, they can't give that much money. So he funneled through different things foreign money foreign money that was one MGB fund. Okay. Sam patent took a pro Russian Ukrainian money. From Ukrainian got a straw donor setup. And put it into the Trump fifty thousand dollars of Trump go by saying he was buying tickets to the inaugural the amount. But where it came from. Right. Got it. So now the concert of like foreign influence buying buying. We've got problems shell taking Malaysian money. Jolo and funneling almost a million dollars into Obama's can't parody. Joe Jalen parody. Don't be fooled by the doctor. They got I'm still from the block right in a whole thing. Excellent. Put it was also laundered money. Yes. Four it was four billion stolen. I don't know if the twenty one million he got was laundered. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Got it. Sorry. To hear that. Because I was wondering if the charge included that it like because it was also laundered money or something. I don't have to read the charging document. I'm all for people like getting charged for doing illegal things. I do understand morally why he felt compelled to into a bomb, but yes, just play by the rules. It's hard. It's a lot of money. He didn't need you to break the rules for him. Yeah. Just don't do. How are you allowed to give that much money? Small donations through straw donors. But domestic ones would that be okay. If he did that with different domestic companies organizations like funnel money through that. Not. If the money came from a foreign let's say with the amount that he did. That's all. That all. Superpac. I think supertax don't have a captured. That's the whole like maybe twenty six hundred dollars per forty eight. That's a lot of corporation. I'm not sure it's definitely under like five thousand dollars is like how much damage move yet. That's this whole citizens United bummer. That's right. Yeah. We'll we'll get the facts on all that the main store here is the Fuji's has been in the molar probe. Oh, my. There's so many lake. Fucking get here. All right, Jordan. You get to go first Seder. Okay. All right now that is TJ subpoena. All right. My turn pros. Michelle pre plea agreement. Fuck because if he has anything to offer law enforcement, he should do it. That's what Sam patented. Did. He helped he got probation invasion defies bell his name. I can cross P R s Michele M. I C H E L actually for a guy. It's very very twenty thousand nine. Yes. That's that's a great call because of the not guilty plea. Yeah. Very cool. All right. Let me that's actually going to go with Wiesel. Berg still holding out for cool. I'm gonna go with AM. I wait. It's my turn. Oh, sorry. Just kidding. Just kidding. Joking. I wasn't gonna do any honors code. Let's do Julian Assange. Cool. Am I yes? Yes. Well, since his cats fine or what used to be can not gonna pick him, Sherry Dillon. Nice pecker. Selected wait. No, oh, that was giving her the voice, what are you holding out for specifically with Amway? The fact that they fucked up their non prosecution prosecution agreement by extorting. Yes, the whole, you know. Yeah. Totally. And along those lines Dylan Howard, the attorney. He was also given a non prosecution agreement. That's am. I. Sim-? Sorry. Third grade AG did I miss it? A minus Dylan Howard is right. She had pecker. Okay. But but you skipped her down for if you or I have Seder Assange for you. And I had Seder Assange pecker, okay? With orders of things. And then I said you've selected pecker..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Right. Which is right. But it is in this foyer, Rick I in the nine reasons for why you would redact material in a foia that it's in there, and so protect like this particular sentence wasn't just home to. An ongoing matter, but it also violated personal privacy. Got it instead of grouping in together, which bar did just calling it harm to an ongoing, Pat cool. Yes. Okay. Got it. Thank you. And I'm surprised he didn't also say on personal privacy because one that was one of his four categories to write it just looks bad when you uncover it or he gives more of the explanation, and it turns out that one of them was also another thing other than just the ongoing investigation where BuzzFeed can say, I think this could be bullshit. And that's where Reggie Walton needs to have a full unredacted report. So he can determine if it's bullshit, exactly. So look for that. All right, guys. Are you ready to play the fantasy indictment league? Yes. Yeah. Laugh. You might not have heard, but we had an indictment this week promise shell founding member of the food has been indicted of four counts of making legal foreign donations to the Obama campaign. Oh god. So you all remember Jolo? I'm sure the Malaysian one MD fellow that stolen Lonard four billion dollars. Yeah. And he's been charged for that. Well, he gave pros Michelle founding member of the Fujii's about twenty one million dollars. And he then took about eight hundred sixty five thousand dollars of that and funneled it into a bama's twenty twelve campaign using straw donors. Yeah. I have so many things able. Now, the indictment refers to Obama as candidate a, but we know him and the indictment says that he was totally unaware of these donations Mr Michel and Mr. low have both been charged with violations of campaign finance law and conspiracy to defraud the United States government. Mr. Michelle has additionally been charged with concealing material facts in lying in connection with conspiracy Jolo is at large, but my Michelle skiing, Michael Michelle appeared in court on Friday, and pleaded not guilty to the charges. So if you had promise shell from the Fujii's on your fantasy indictment. Teas you get all shit. This certainly stunned from the molar pro probably one of the referred cases..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"I don't know if she fails to realize that that's how Russia infiltrates American politics is through organizations like the NRA. This organization's. Thank you. Dots. That's how they get. That's how they get in. So that's why Russia would have such a seemingly interest giant interest in the National Rifle Association being a non gun country. It's a new strategy yet the other way to interpret that being you know, out of place as she saying, it is is that it was very intentional very in-place. Why has exactly why she did it and why they did it? But she says none of her stuff was in the molar report in once people get to see the unredacted version or whoever sees it. They would also find that she doesn't show up in those redacted portions either, and she's really sticking to or guns. Hey on. Yes. Saying that she shouldn't be lumped in with everything else. That's going on in the Miller report. So yeah, she's she also the thing that was very a big tell for me was when she you know, she was holding face the whole time just saying like, no, no, no. I didn't mean to do anything. I just it was a simple mistake that I didn't register as a foreign agent that was it simple mistake. But I will say that I have been treated very unfairly. And there's no proof. The American government has no proof of the allegations that they've made against me. And she said that deeply concerns me, and it should concern all of you to at home in America that the Justice system is doing talking point. Yes. So there's no proof against you. Why did you plead guilty? Oh, yeah. And also, how are you going to sit here and say that you have all this reverence for America. And you love America so much. And then just slipped at talking point in there that everybody should question the government. Yeah. I I love America. Don't trust those so strange, and it made me, okay. Giving her the benefit of doubt. Maybe she just like said to many things like she should've left it at the comment before the last one and she didn't mean to sound suspicious, but that is very suspicious the most people the benefit of the doubt possible. It is totally possible. But like, you know, because Wayne hell do I believe you just came over? She was a student. She fell in love with beauty and the beast in Pali Ericsson and in the little mermaid she really cared about America. She wanted to be a student, even though he was paying someone to do all of her homework and take her tests for her, but she's really into the whole idea, and she was just sort of doing some stuff that might, you know, bring Russia and America closer together through the National Rifle Association when there's no guns in Russia. And I mean this are cast..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"All right. Welcome back. Notes. Hey guys today. Jordan. You have a great update on the devils. Mermaid Maria Putin. But I ju- Lisa Trump's personal attorney and fixer reported to prison this week for a crime he committed with the president. But there's more to the Coen story this week that meets the eye, and it involves Tom aren't Tom Arnold, and Jerry Falwell junior. Yeah. This is crazy. So Trump retweeted follow junior this week saying he should get an extra two years as president. But apparently, that's not all follow has been up to you. Apparently Michael Cohen claims to have helped cover up the release of personal and embarrassing photos of the liberty university president right before he was in or endorsing Trump for president in two thousand sixteen. So we've got ourselves a little squid pro crow situation here, I feel that desserts its own segment now, it's like definitely reoccurring. I miss winning. And the really crazy thing about all. This is that apparently we found out about these pictures. I use apparently a lot. I'm so sorry, guys. It's just I like to be very like. Well, I wasn't there. Apparently. So we found out about these pictures from a March phone call with one of my favorite people actually tomorrow. And I know Tom is a weirdo a little bit. But his investigative reporting like the whole. Trump Russia thing it's been one of the best things that come out of his administration. Tom even gave the Washington Post a recording of the call of Cohen. So holy shit. It's it's not like Tom did this without permission to he said that Cohen knows that he's there to help him and their plan all along was to go after follow junior as soon as Colin went to jail. So this is right up, you know, with their agenda and in the recording. You can hear Cohen saying, quote, there's a bunch of photographs, you know, personal photographs that somehow the guy ended up getting and the guy he's referring to has yet to be identified. However, they suspect that he was demanding money from the falwell's so Cohen was hired to threaten to report him to the authorities and follow on his attorneys deny these claims, actually one of the lawyers said and text message, quote, there are no compromising or embarrassing photos of Falwell period with an exclamation point. So like period was the word, and then he added exlamation point, which is very suspicious, right? Like, no, black face pictures here. Exclamation point. No depicts out there. Yeah. I'm not convinced. And no me neither totally and it's just really interesting because considering that Coen claim. Seems to have a copy of this photo. I'm just like suspecting kept one right? Just one though the pigs have been described as quote photos between husband wife and the whole bit. He also said I actually have one of the photos. It's terrible. So this is really crazy like bad, focus or just gross bad lighting, totally. Guys, got his bad side. But Cohen his whole side. Is that it's not going? I'm sorry. And it's really exactly yeah. Maybe his wife, and I hear a pool. Boy. I've I've heard crazy things with the only thing that seems to be officially on the record is that it's terrible. Yeah. So this is really crazy because follows the same guy who garnered Trump's crucial support from even Jellicoe. In fact, he was the one who wrote an essay for the Washington Post that said Jesus said judge not lest UAB judged. We are all sinners so. Yeah. He got trumped pretty much awesome. Grabbed by the pussy thing came out. Yeah. So he had that thing. And then all of a sudden, you get a Falwell endorsement and co and kept a picture. A recorded phone call between Tom Arnold and Cohen that the Washington Post has and I don't wanna see the photo. I wanna know wanna know exactly just describe it to me. That's not in too much to his issue. If there was a pool boy involved, I think this is a great chance for him to switch careers. Get just because daddy opportune come out and say, you know, I'm done with this event. Jellicoe bullshit, I like pool boys. There's nothing wrong with liking change your life. Nothing wrong with being, you know, open with your wife, or whatever I just don't like the hypocrisy. Talked about this before in. I think it is some previous daily episodes is that we are so down for threesomes with your pool..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"And we're located in all parts of our country. Each of us believes that the conduct of President Trump described in special counsel, Robert Muller's report would in the case of any other person, not covered by the office of legal counsel policy against indicting sitting president result in multiple felony charges for obstruction of Justice, while the mole report described several acts that satisfy all. All of the elements for an obstruction charge conduct that obstructed or attempted to obstruct the truth finding process as to which the evidence of the corrupt intent and connection. Depending proceedings is overwhelming these include the president's efforts to fire Muller and falsify evidence about that effort the president's effort to limit the scope of Muller's investigation to exclude his conduct. That's when they're like only, you can only look future crimes yet to see. The Corey loons Ascii. The private citizen. Going fuller scope now is crashing teacher future. Crimes and the president's efforts to prevent witnesses from cooperating with investigators probing him and his campaign probing him gross attempts to fire Muller and then create false evidence. This is part two of the letter here despite being advised by then White House counsel, Don Mcgann that he could face legal jeopardy for doing. So Trump directed Mcgann on multiple occasions to fire Mueller or to genetic false conflicts of interest as a pretext for getting rid of the special counsel when these acts began to come into public view. Trump made quote repeated efforts to have Mcgann deny the story unquote going so far as to tell him again to write a letter for our files falsely denying that Trump had directed Muller's. Termination that's insane. Firing Muller would have seriously impeded the investigation of the president. And his associates. Yeah. Yeah. Ending the yet. This is obstruction in its most literal sense firing the special investigator, directing the creation of false government records in order to prevent or discredit truthful. Testimony is similarly unlawful the special counsel report states, quote, substantial evidence, indicates that repeatedly urging Mcgann to dispute that he was ordered to have special counsel terminated the president acted for the purpose of influencing mcgann's account in order to deflect or prevent scrutiny of the president's conduct toward any investigation toward the investigation. All right part to hear attempts to limit the Miller investigation. This is the best part. The report describes multiple efforts by the president curtail the scope of the special counsel's investigation. He's he's like talking to the third person my investigation. I the president repeatedly pressured then attorney general Jeff Sessions to reverse his legally mandated decision to recuse himself from the investigation. The president stated reason was that. He wanted the attorney general who would protect him including from the special counsel investigation. He also directed. Then White House chief of staff. Frans Priebus to fire sessions and Priebus refused. Second after Mcgann told the president he could not contact sessions himself to discuss the investigation. Trump went outside the White House instructing his former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, douchebag attempts degree to carry. That's not in the report. That's life. Yeah. Yeah. To carry a demand to sessions to direct Muller to confine his investigation to future elections Lewandowski's tried and then failed to contact sessions in private after a second meeting with Trump Lewandowski's pass. Trump's message to senior White House official. Rick Dearborn Hulu ski thought would be a better messenger because of his prior relationship with sessions Dearborn did not pass along Trump's message, even these even these criminally just these dubious Douches Mashburn like they're the worst still not doing on a benefit off of Trump's ridiculousness. They don't want to do any work. They don't want unnecessary negative attention either they're smarter than Trump is. But it amazing to see what Trump is capable of cheating, or at least his persistence when he really wants. Something done to he's always claiming that his hands are tied and certain situations. Like, oh, we can't do it. Because someone else is in the way. But when he wants something done. Oh, no one gets in his way, or at least he tries really hard. Totally does everything he can't as a reporter will continue continuing the letter on your point. As report explains, quote, substantial evidence indicates that the president's efforts to have sessions limit the scope of the special counsel's investigation to future election interference was intended to prevent further investigative scrutiny of the president's and his campaigns conduct..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Be a lot of fun. We'd love to see you. We also have Minneapolis June fourteenth. There are still tickets available for that. And stay tuned for our forthcoming full length series covering the mullahs report page by page with context and space beans and all the information you'll need to understand exactly what it says. We're not just reading it to you. We're giving you that full curatorial context. And I think that that's really important. But you know, we've been doing this for eighteen months. And I think we've got a pretty good grasp on all of the context that falls in those pages we can read between the lines pretty well. Patrons are getting those early and add free and assisting with additional theories. Corrections if you'd like to be a patron and do that you can head to patriot dot com slash Miller. She wrote and sign up guys we have a big show this week. So let's get started with my favorite new segment corrections. I'm sorry. Suck up. All right, guys. I we have a musical correction from the daily update called Jordan's. But stuff. She started singing a tune that. I said was a morning tune. But it turns out the pieces prelude to the afternoon of a fawn. So it's an afternoon. Tune. Delays. These are the kinds of things that make this my favorite segment that someone picked up on that tune is awesome. I think it's to be. But now, maybe get another correction, but it just shows that together, we know everything. Yes. So that's a cool slogan together, we know. Yeah. That should have been our five word speech, dammit. All right four that's four. Seriously, together, everything. Data dudes at the end because that encompasses everyone on that. Sorry. That's such a wrong statement, though, together, we know everything Joe. I'm sorry. We're not serious. Not. Slogan or something. But really when we all come together it just as a huge cluster. Nothing the less, you know, right? I just simply mean that between the three of us and all of our fan base getting together. I think we know everything. Yes. Yes. That we can that. We can know that's noble, but that's probably also not true. We could explode the microcosm of the community that we have into the entire voting electorate that would be the best right? Where we are now. Yeah. We'd be imposing our beliefs, which I guess is what we do. Anyway. That's fine. Yeah. Yeah. I'm all for a leviathan. That's like someone that actually knows what the hell. They're doing. Yeah. Nice. Let's see on Thursdays daily update. We gave a shout out to one of our favorite shows drunk history. And this was less of a correction in more of a fill in the gap situation so drunk histories season two episode two was called New York City, and it was about civil leading ten the real Paul revere or at least another Paul revere. So we were close a white guy took the glory away from a disenfranchised person. But it was a woman and not a black. Right. Right. So and a feeling it was some minority of some sort not a white fellow. And and what was cool is one of the co producers of drunk history reached out to tell us that very cool. Thank you for that. If you haven't seen it you have to watch it. It's so good gotten drug washing drug history. I've gotten high of had stoned future. I can your. Have you great show just sitting on a couch? Talking about busy. Yeah. Get you a whiteboard near future like fifteen minutes from now, I'm going to get real about the next fifteen minutes the near future. I see. Yeah. Stoned near future. And regarding. Why Brad comes first in branch Alina, it's not a gender thing as we suspected. It's a linguistics thing as we suspected we suspected it was a linguistics. I don't know we don't know. A little widespread. I really patriarchy is still real. Yes, magnolias. So this was a turning point for you. Here mainardi. And blue of Blue's clues is a girl and magenta is a boy that changed my whole breaking gender norms. Yes. Awesome. Yeah. Yeah. Also in a recent daily beans, we had a sobering. Discussion on the Kemp. Signed six-week fetal heartbeat Bill in Georgia. And it probably came off. Like, we were really like singling out the south is a bunch of holes. But I wanted to clarify. That's not how we feel about the south Jelena's from.

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"So to be clear, Mr. Trump has no financial relationships with any Russian oligarchs. Good shooting. That's what I said. That's obviously with through our position is. I'm not aware all any of those activities. I have been called a surrogate at a time or two and that campaign, and I didn't have not have communications at the Russians one way to get involved. With Putin have nothing to do with putting enough spoken to him. I don't know anything about a mother than he will respect me. Russia if you're listening. I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing. So it is political Yara. Communist know. Mr. green, communism is just a red herring. Like, all members of the oldest profession. I'm a capitalist. Hello. And welcome to molar. She road. I'm your host AG. And with me as always Julia Johnson. Hello and Jordan Coburn. Hello. We are in New York at a kind patrons recording studio. Having an amazing time. Last night was great. We met up with a bunch of our patrons at the bleaker street bar. Thanks to all you guys. It was so great meeting you. Yes. And thank you to our patron who suggested that bar. It was perfect and thanks Dan for making the shirt. Yes. And the magazine the AFC comic book that we received. Yeah. I didn't get to meet that patron but own my gosh mazing. Yeah. And that's her district. Wow. I think that lady who was the bartender came in. That's she's in AFC district. I love that. And she's just like delighted and so happy to have AFC representing her in congress. And then and and Dan made the sheriff needs as we the people care. It was a play on Melania's jacket. Yeah. Like, I don't really care. Do you so much? I didn't catch. But it was in the in the same font. As you would that we the people that so good. Yeah. It was really great. So great meeting everybody. I I was I thought maybe one or two people would show up. There was like fifteen twenty gang ask law goals for sure we brought pizza. We had lots of beer laughs. We cried we smoked weed on the streets. Together, we on streets AG, though. No, no. And that is really not a lie. No. And I mean that in the more I say that the more sounds. But I'm serious authenticity. Yeah. I mean, we know the truth. Which we just recorded our five word speech that went amazingly. Well, and this awesome beardie fellow took some wonderful photos of us. He I saw him walk down the hall, and I'm like that is most that is the best I've ever seen. Everyone's so cool out here. When looks like I've had great experiences. Yeah. I I don't feel cool enough for New York. But it's it's awesome here. I never wanted. Just so kind it seriously the coolest thing I've ever done in my life, and I've done a lot of cool shit. So I'm this is so well and my marriage second one though. Yeah. Well, that's right. The first one so much. He's seen some things man. You've lived a full life been around, man. We've got a lot of news this week a lot of really good news. And then some not so great news, but will cover it all for you, Jordan. You're going to be going over in interview with the devils. Mermaid Maria Bhuttan. Angela Lisa you have a neat escapade involving Jerry Falwell junior. And how the asshole doesn't fall far from the tree. Yes, I have a story tonight about the never ending obstruction of Justice and for the. The interview. Oh, this is so cool. We're joined by election security advocate. She's an expert at this attorney. She's an attorney she's a writer, and we've been I've been wanting to speak with her for a long time ever since we started wondering if the actual vote was hacked and manipulated. It's Jennifer cone. So definitely stick around for the interview. Jay, it'd be really glad that you did San Diego folks will be doing a live show Sunday may nineteenth at four PM..

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"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer cohen" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

"And so therefore, you are being accountable to yourself, and you're gonna see your progress as you go and a best way to be motivated over time versus just like a one and done is to actually see your body and seeing yourself in your mind mind and body progress, so true. And I think too like you said, you know, it's not like one worked out in. You've you've, you know, you're healthy. You've lost all the weight. It's so important to see like, okay, I've been working out for, you know, thirty days, and I really feel like this shift in this changes happened in my life. But if you didn't record that it's really hard to to see those changes in the habits that you're making and changing. Absolutely. Oh my gosh. Okay. Jennifer. Where can we find you? Where can you find it? Well, you can find me humane, social media wise, you can find the armed the real, Jen. Cohen as opposed to the fake Jen Cohen. I was like, oh, so cute. And then also on you can go to Jennifer Cohen dot com. And what else I'm on Facebook. But I'm not as active, I I guess as I should be on Facebook. But. You know? Yeah. Hard before you go. I'd love to know, what does fit fierce and fabulous mean to you fit. Fierce and fabulous. Meet what meet what it means to me is being comfortable in your own skin being mentally strong. Stig finding finding finding what you what makes you special and good and have engaged in gaining confidence from that. And leading with that. That's what it means to me. And I know you have a podcast would you like to share more about your podcast, absolutely Courtney? I I'm launching a podcast actually the next week. It's called habits and hustle, and it's basically the habits. It's it's kind of a cross between health and entrepreneurial ISM is basically like the the habits and rituals of very successful people what they do, health wise and otherwise. Is to be on point productive motivated and successful. And yeah, call tablets and hustle used to check it out and the next week or so, yeah, if you'd love this podcast, a no you'll love her podcast. So definitely check it out and be sure to rate and review in subscribed to her show. Thank you. I love that. Thank you so much Jennifer for coming on you guys. She has books. She has program. She has all kinds of things I'm gonna leave all of the links below. So you guys can follow Jenner for get motivated by her in learn more from her. Thank you so much for coming on the show. They you so much for having me. Thank you so much for shooting into the city in CEO podcast in the world today to use your invite tried in rural. If you enjoyed this episode, I could read. With an subscribe. And if you really love this episode, I would love it if you could share with a friend. Thank you so much for tuning in. And I can't take it to you in the face for group. You can find me fit for the c o in Facebook. Let's just off to join and we to have some fun..

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