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"jennifer colon" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

08:00 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer colon" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"Back to my weekly. Podcast taste of taylor. I'm your host taylor strecker and joining me today. Is she's just one of my faves andrea lopez. Hey girl hey oh god it's so good to be back on the show. Hey guys grow. Hey oh my god. I love when you do that again. That's my favorite jennifer colon. Otherwise pawlak from legally blonde kimmy. The dog s god. Every time she talks either having like an orgasm more like struggling to be alive. You guys andrea has been on of taylor before she's also a regular of my radio. Show the taylor show every friday. She's fucking hysterical. I love and adore her. We've actually knew each other for years but it was social media that brought us together officially and that's the perfect segue into today's topic. We're talking about the graham that tick talks the youtube social media across the board because we are here to celebrate motherfuckers. Mob blue jack. Ma check andrea. I'm embarrassed how excited we do. Oh babies blue baby. I'm lewd avenue. Okay wait wait. I have to know that when you got verified tae is recording you. And you're like i'm naked. I'm like why is she naked in the living room of her apartment at five pm. So here's what happened. It happened last friday so like a week ago at this point right and i'm still excited. Want my mom. My dad for carrying me around in his balzac for twenty-seven years keeping me warm keeping me alive not ejaculate any off into oblivion us. Right into him fading. God thanks. Thanks thank myself for being strong sperm. Because yes and i just want to say that everybody. If you're having a bad let me. Just take a moment inside my speech. Say this if you're having a bad day just remember you won. You won the sperm. That one out of millions of fans saw like girl. Boy you did that. Give yourself a little pat on the back. You know what. I'm saying that's right. We've come a long journey. I mean for for better or for worse. We're still here. Sometimes i'm like why did that sperm survive. What am i why. Why why this sperm. Okay sorry that was from legalize. Continue so. I wanna thank my mom for enabling me to be obnoxious. I want to thank my girlfriend taylor donahue for having the same name as the also quite frankly for turning me into a lesbian. Or whatever the hell happened here weren't harmonic pooch checkmark. And i've been dead as right now. Do you think it was the leftover. Because you have to have a certain amount of articles i've heard about us. Maybe it was like the brides and knows andrea lopez. You you is so you. As a genius i have been on the hunt for bujak work. I mean it was so funny because so many people in my hands. When i posted on instagram story. We're like it's about time right fucking. I felt like you don't like when that guy waits like a fucking decade or fifteen years to propose to his girlfriend in all she wants to engage ring and we all know what she has her entire pinterest board. She's ready to go at the wedding four hours because that is how the she is to get engaged. Any fucking finally doesn't like thirty eight years in like yes everybody with my blue checkmark. It's almost like not even fun. Because everybody's like fucking time. And i'm like same same same same. I literally started in radio before. Instagram existed talk about sperm. Instagram was a spur. me in some computer nerds balzac. It wasn't it was a wet dream at that boy. Well that's right right. Yeah how crazy. I mean so when i this is really aging myself but like i grew up with. Aol instant messenger. I'm not a complete you know grandparent. Okay but i'm like. I i kind of use it like i'm skull when i was little ledge. Am that's right but that was just the messenger now. My space. The instant message. I think my space was around when i was in college. I wasn't as you can tell very by. Parents thought that the computer was a porn portal which was jeff and so they did not want me on ever. My uncle bo who actually is big casting agent. He's since his company but he was like if you know casting in los angeles he is it. La casting and he literally he's like a massive big deal casting because of his computer skills. He basically designed the software to take casting out of like eight log to take it like out of like shelves of books and like resumes and like head shots and put it in the computer. That was his team. He created the software for it. But he was like bob boop boop computer i remember he was like there's lots of way and i was like you're so stupid on your little. Dingle dangle computer meanwhile he was like creating a multimillion dollar fucking company gradually him insane insane but he to my parents. She is going to be so far behind. Because you guys don't even like letter touch the computer like she can even type. I'm still a one finger taped. Say your guy. I don't i guess i guess. Typing classes wasn't a thing until god was like already in like eighth grade maybe to take those typing classes. I remember middle school like we had to do those typing classes and then like but i would always be like fucking. I'm playing oregon trail. Yes all my children died of typhoid. I was a horrible pioneer horrible horrible. So i mean i definitely got left behind with the tax. I shore right but like facebook came out. I got it like twitter. 'cause i was on the radio but like i wasn't really like ever into it that much and then instagram came along and this one i was married to westbound and he was like you need one of these accounts is very important and i was like. I don't know what's going on. So like i just whatever he told me to do. I i'd literally. I went from my parents taking care of me to my roommate from college. Nicole well she's my roommate and his eddie. Thank you nicole for keeping me alive wiping my ass for me. And then she passed me off to was and then i had to grow up when we got a divorce and that was scary. Shit becoming a true adult in my thirties. I was like oh like literally to this day. Taste sister because i was really close to both of them like when i was going through everything. Yeah as front as friends and tastes remember. We were like in their apartment. I was filling out a form to move into a new apartment. 'cause i had to leave our apartment. We were even worse. And i was like how this sister was like at the time. Probably twenty two sheild looking at me and she goes. How have you survived. this long. Everybody plays scares me so get an instagram. So i did. But i fucked with instagram. I really liked it. I was like oh. This is cool like facebook was like too much for me. Twitter was like no like because mean. I'm a long format radio. show tacos. you think. I'm down to one hundred fifty characters. Not no and writing is not my forte. You know.

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"jennifer colon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer colon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Exclusive just towards the actual leagues there it seems who need to treat their fans better need to put a better product out on the field on the court on the ice let's be real let's be Frank here the phone lines open right now which teams watch professional sports franchises do you believe would benefit from a change in ownership the New York Knicks fans chant to Jim Dolan sell the team mean the lions fans were begging for the fords to let go the phone lines open a five five two one two for CBS that's eight five five two one two for CBS which owner needs to let it go was doing a bad job out there a let's go ahead and talk to Greg in Atlanta Greg your CBS sports radio which owner needs to go all right thank you I want to bring a little bit of a different perspective you alluded to it I think the bigger issue is I live in Atlanta thank god we have raised the hall and then we have the browsers and what you alluded to earlier you have all these owners and they have minority owners so you can have seven eight seven eight owners are back in the fifties sixties seventies and eighties you have one owner that would only team in the NFL that kind of deal the formula but when you go look at all these works even got a call that about the Pittsburgh hired well they have more than one owner so sure we can we can talk about but at the same time you still have a a majority owner so I mean I get it but I get it believe me they were going okay I'm in case owners okay but you look what happened to the price and all they could never agree so when you can't reach what happens I got a job with pain and moved to Canada the whole dealership visit at the joke because they can never ever agree all mutual decision so then you look at the Atlanta Braves three Arab liberty media the old well Greg Greg I can actually tell you being based here in Atlanta I've had the pleasure of of meeting the the wrestlers in and also being a part of ninety to ninety game also talking to Mr Clinton over the past several years you know I may not always agree with every decision that they make but the hawks seemingly have a better they have a better plan at least they have a plan moving forward I think my ultimate question Greg Greg my ultimate question that I ask that you haven't you haven't answered yet and I have some of the call is to I think do have an answer which owners do you believe if there is one you think needs to potentially go up our biggest liberty media because of the brain you took a long time to get there the answer was the bright it's a long time great sorry but you have a corporation running the brave Michael corporation yeah the dollar goldmine Europe from Lana just on a gold mine over there and they don't want to have a dollar gap may still want to be in the middle of the pack when it comes to salary I mean if you had somebody love golf or blood the only the brave then you wouldn't have to worry about that but anytime you have a corporate owner like liberty media and your severity of putting you know your arms around your GM on how much you can spend the not that that's bad for baseball is back for the any any city what bands like that well thank you thank you Greg I think next time give me the name and then give me the reason don't give me the reason and make me wait in anticipation of the name all right thank you Greg Colin up from Atlanta yeah the liberty media there's only two squads in in all of Major League Baseball which are owned by the corporate entities you know it's feminists the blue jays up in Toronto and yet you got a lot of folks do it it's like anything else on the on the balance sheet to our roles I am in a school in upper Virginia aren your CBS sports radio who needs to go J. R. why your brother well shoot I'm I'm not gonna beat around the bush I'm a give you your poster child owner right now this is Daniel Snyder of the Washington Redskins it's amazing he's been there for like what twenty years already time flies twenty years he grew up as a fan of the watch Redskins he the wonderful guy he was very successful business wise but it was the right combination for all the fans running with it this is a win win situation he gets in there he hired his friend I'm in the office in a big offer them a useful behind professional people to do perfect with that we know what they were hard to do what they do with a profession as your little heart friends and ever since that management like down hill everything yes indictment in he he he may be sitting on that he's still a relatively young man I don't think he's on even even think he's into his sixties yet so who knows he may be sitting on that for a for a long time I don't know but they look at the stand eject all what I mean yeah you got that tarp you got that big top of stairs but you know it only it only takes a few one in seasons to turn things around especially when the valuations of the teams can are just just keep rising up and we'll see after a moment thank you right thank you appreciate Jennifer colon up let's talk to Donnie in DC Donna your CBS sports radio please going ahead you know I have become a fan of yours I caught you by accident I've been listening you all week I love your takes where where have you been I really like listening to you know Donnie I've been here for the starting in March I've been here every single week night Monday through Friday ten PM eastern seven PM Pacific is there a reason why the black lives matter I know that we know that the black voices matter why aren't there more African American hosts on radio I've noticed that just a lot of white guys I I I don't know why that is specially on the Sirius radio well done yeah I can't I can't speak for for for any organization and I certainly know that that's that's not a sports team organization but it's no different than anything else here in the United States of America you we so we just had a quality here and I think that's a great illustration we had a quality here who said Mr Dan Snyder becomes owner of the Washington Redskins any hires folks that he's familiar with I mean it's it's it's no different than anything else in the United States of America people don't necessarily step outside their comfort zone you know they feel that okay we are representative of one particular group and we have a representative from that particular group and it becomes a box that's checked so I think it's no different than anything else you gotta you gotta team thinking about yeah I want the release of the water goodness to leave up to tell you what I'm gonna tell you why I say that their owners that would love to have the room he's running well do you know that they are way too old school they don't change with the times for example they don't have cheerleaders on the sideline I know I made not to do the New York Jets so giants I mean what do you want yeah but you know what I mean but it's like you said tonight it's an entertainment business and it just seems to me like the cooks for Steelers don't change they hold on to things way too long just hold on and that's why I think that Tom when maybe should have been fired and and bring a new coach in because I think the players try to turn them off for a while but you know what Donte but to a certain degree I think when you have an ownership group are you you want to have stability you wanna you wanna know that things aren't going to change just every single day and I think.

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"jennifer colon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer colon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Clifford. United States Corona virus death top forty thousand on Sunday afternoon according to data from John Hopkins University. Cnn reporting the forty thousand five hundred eighty five deaths among more than seven hundred forty thousand krona virus cases that grim milestone reached as Harvard researchers warned if the country wants the economy to open back up and stay that way. Testing must go up by at least five hundred thousand people per day. She noting the testing nationwide is currently and one hundred fifty thousand per day. The researchers say if we can't be doing at least five hundred thousand tests. Today's by May the I. It's hard to see anyway. We can remain open if we didn't know if before we realize how important personal protective equipment or so-called P P P and respirators are to finding a corona virus pandemic Ross Brown reports awareness also has been raised that some groups in society or more susceptible than others. Brian Sasser with the Episcopal Health Foundation in Texas says people with chronic health conditions due social factors have an elevated risk for many illnesses. He says non medical factors that make some people less resilient to Kobe. Nineteen include living in a poor neighborhood lack of affordable nutritious food or sub par housing. I think the pandemic and Kobe has exposed this and we really have to get to the root cause of these problems. Look at it in a different way. Sesa FOCUS is too often on treating symptoms rather than the underlying causes. I'm Russ Bram. Texas has the highest uninsured rate in the country at nineteen percent of the elderly population. Compared with the national average of eleven percent teachers across Minnesota are overcoming obstacles to carry out distance learning during the pandemic including Special Ed teachers but longstanding federal funding shortages present challenges for the current situation as well as the future education leaders say many teachers are stepping up to meet the needs of students after the crisis through distance learning in their laps but special education teachers face unique circumstances amber. Surfing is a special ED teacher near grand rapids. She says these services are often individualized requiring face to face work work mainly with student who qualify under the category of shelby here. Disability is most goals are around social interaction self management social skills circling says. Some of her students are unable to thrive and complete assignments. So she's coming up with special learning tools and delivering them individually to their homes. She and her colleagues say they're fulfilling their mission but downward trends and federal funding exacerbate the challenges during the crisis and advocates. Were hoping for seventy five billion dollars in the cares act to schools but only thirty billion was allocated Mike Mohan public news service. This is pianist. There's a new call to better protect children awaiting trial in Illinois during the cove in nineteen outbreak. A number of organizations are expressing concern over what they call a lack of transparency and protections from the Illinois Supreme Court for the state's juvenile detention centers Jennifer Colon cancer the John Howard Association says many of these centers lockup children as young as ten before trial. This is a really vulnerable population and what this might be doing to their stress levels anxiety levels particularly when they are separated from family and loved ones is incredibly difficult and potentially dangerous to their mental health the groups including juvenile densest and youth advocacy organizations sends a letter to the Illinois Supreme Court requesting that juvenile courts be directed to release children at risk of cove in nineteen stop new admissions to juvenile detention placement facilities and release young people being held for low level offenses bone cats notes. These protections are in line with those already taken by the Department of Juvenile Justice for youths convicted of a crime. Mary Sherman reporting the Illinois. Supreme Court has suspended the right to so-called speedy trial as part of its response to cove in nineteen a relief fund to help the Navajo Nation. Cope with the corona virus. Pandemic has raised more than eight hundred thousand dollars to date the Navajo. Nation has reported more than a thousand. Kovac nineteen cases with the latest information showing forty four deaths. Cassandra of a gay is a communications lead for the fundraiser and says a grassroots effort to mobilize was necessary to avoid the red tape and the bureaucracy that often affects troubled communities in times of crisis. They never Over one point seven million acres of Land Ellen only have thirteen grocery stores on that one point seven million acres of land. We only have a handful of hospitals. A hundred eighty thousand people live in the novel nation which encompasses portions of New Mexico. Arizona and Utah finally our Suzanne Palmer tells US registering to vote may be about to get easier in New Hampshire state. Officials are expected to release new guidelines as early as this week. Voting rights advocates. Say they expect Secretary of State? Bill Gardner to announce changes that could make voter registration forms more widely available possibly by putting the forms online so people could download them lists tend to really with the League of women. Voters in New Hampshire says right now registering to vote is pretty cumbersome to register to vote you have to either go to your town or city clerk's office in person in advance of the election or you have to wait in line at the polling place on election day registering on election day makes it hard to practice social distancing. Mike Clifford. Thanks for starting your week with public service. We are member. Listener supported Amr online at public service. Dot Org and then. He eats it. Ricky.

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"jennifer colon" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer colon" Discussed on KOMO

"We we I love coach feed is great the cost of the Rose Bowl so I'm just hoping for the best I guess for the team we know defensive coordinator Jimmy lake already has been named to succeed Peterson will share the podium with Peterson and husky athletic director Jennifer colon at a news conference at nine this morning will carry it live right here reporting live core when he could call more news coming up on the come on morning news says state attorney general's office was supposed to defend initiative nine seventy six Ferguson has sabotage the voters I'm currently Johnson new lawsuit to be filed today our couple Tripoli traffic them with here Jordan we've been working with a crash south but I five approaching JBL Ms main gate that was blocking the right lane it looks like that right lane has now been re opened by we are seeing over two mile back up into that area for now and that was our only reported blocking problem northbound I. five busy through Tacoma city center and then I think we may have something going on north five in seatac around a hundred and eighty eight they can't quite find it on my cameras yet that the backup it's really growing strong in that area but it's actually slow going all the way from highway eighteen is Seattle were busy from Alberta Seneca South and I five hits the brakes starting at just north of the Boeing freeway much of the way through Lin wood southbound four or five is busy often on out of alder wood state route five two two north south for a five I have a have a drive through much of rented that north one six seven it's often on slowing as you make your way through some they're busy highway eighteen to two seventy seven then often on slowing again from two twelve to four oh five our next call much traffic at six fourteen traffic this timing is brought to you by terra firma what basement walls musty odor sweating windows can be sent to water in your basement or crawlspace don't let water damage your home terra firma foundation systems is your water proofing expert visit to go terra firma dot com today look at the weather now from south wing of the come forecasting mostly cloudy conditions come through during the day today maybe a cent break here and there but expect more clouds than sun shine high temps near fifty degrees so a pretty decent one out there mostly.

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"jennifer colon" Discussed on Innovation Now

Innovation Now

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer colon" Discussed on Innovation Now

"It's not element Trie. But thanks to its own Watson Sherlock will perform fundamental scientific investigations on the surface of Mars, Susan avation now when an ultra violet light shines over certain carbon-based chemicals. They give off the same blow you see under a black light scientists use that glow to detect chemicals that form in the presence of life. A laser instrument called Sherlock will be the first to use those same forensic techniques. On Mars Sherlock will photograph the rocks. It targets then use a high precision laser to illuminate rock features as fine as a human hair before mapping the chemicals. It detects. But that level of precision requires a calibration target to help tweak the laser settings so Sherlock, we'll have a companion on the Mars twenty twenty Rover. An actual piece of Mars. Not any meteorite will work for this mission. The sample needs to be solid enough to avoid flaking and must possess. Certain chemical features to test sherlock's sensitivity. S A us zero zero eight is just right. So NASA will be sending a Martian meteorite home for innovation. Now. I'm Jennifer colon innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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Sending a Meteorite Home

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Sending a Meteorite Home

"It's not element Trie. But thanks to its own Watson Sherlock will perform fundamental scientific investigations on the surface of Mars, Susan avation now when an ultra violet light shines over certain carbon-based chemicals. They give off the same blow you see under a black light scientists use that glow to detect chemicals that form in the presence of life. A laser instrument called Sherlock will be the first to use those same forensic techniques. On Mars Sherlock will photograph the rocks. It targets then use a high precision laser to illuminate rock features as fine as a human hair before mapping the chemicals. It detects. But that level of precision requires a calibration target to help tweak the laser settings so Sherlock, we'll have a companion on the Mars twenty twenty Rover. An actual piece of Mars. Not any meteorite will work for this mission. The sample needs to be solid enough to avoid flaking and must possess. Certain chemical features to test sherlock's sensitivity. S A us zero zero eight is just right. So NASA will be sending a Martian meteorite home for innovation. Now. I'm Jennifer colon innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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"jennifer colon" Discussed on Innovation Now

Innovation Now

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer colon" Discussed on Innovation Now

"It's not element Trie, but thanks to its own Watson Sherlock will perform fundamental scientific investigations on the surface of Mars, Susan avation. Now, when an ultra violet light shines over certain carbon-based chemicals, they give off the same blow. You see under a black light scientists use that glow to detect chemicals that form in the presence of life. A laser instrument called Sherlock will be the first to use those same forensic techniques on Mars. Sherlock will photograph the rocks. It targets then use a high precision laser to illuminate rock features as fine as a human hair before mapping the chemicals, it detects, but that level of precision requires a calibration target to help tweak the laser settings. So Sherlock we'll have a companion on the Mars, twenty twenty Rover, an actual piece of Mars. Not any meteorite will work for this mission. The sample needs to be solid enough to avoid flaking and must possess certain chemical features to test sherlock's. Sensitivity s. a. us zero zero eight is just right. So NASA will be sending a Martian meteorite hone for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer colon innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace, through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR v..

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