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"kate upton" Discussed on WTOP
"Oxon Hill at 63 this morning in Sterling 65 and holding the midnight hour on WTOP in Northwest DC brought to you this morning by Long Fence. Save 25 % on Long Fence decks, pavers and fences. Six months, no payment, no interest financing. Terms and conditions do apply. Go to longfence .com today and check them out. Good morning, glad you're with us on Friday morning at 1210 where we bring you money news at 10 and 40 past each hour. I'm your chef Clay book pending of sales existing homes fell to the lowest level of the year last month. A WeWork survey found the average employee raise this year was 4 .4%. That's the biggest average wage since 2021. DC's new professional pickleball team has signed on AARP as a jersey sponsor. Among the team's investors, actress Kate Upton. The Dow lost 371 points in Thursday's session. That's more than 1%. Jeff Clayball, WTOP news overseas this morning. Asian stocks are mixed this this midnight hour. The Nikkei is down this hour by 89 points. The KOSPI is down six. The Hang Seng is up by 204 points. The Shanghai is up 24. Good morning. Glad you're with us. 12 11 on WTOP. Hello, I'm Josh McKenzie with ATP gov. We are leading government technology provider with a proven track record of delivering secure and reliable IT solutions. So let's talk Microsoft Surface. It's purpose built to protect and deliver the premium Windows experience with cutting edge sem enterprise management mode. Surface ensures FIPS 201 compliance and not only meets today's security demands, but evolves to meet ever changing zero trust trust requirements. Trust ATP gov is your IT solutions partner to stay ahead of the curve. Learn more at ATP gov .com. Hi, I'm Patricia Eric, president of FBC Bank. With me today is CEO Richard Zarek and CFO of Mission First and their new acquisition Ardent. Richard, Nadine, as a valued customer FBC of Bank. Would you please tell us about your business? Sure, Mission First is a federal civilian and DOD global contractor that specializes in signal, cyber, intel, analytics and AI frameworks deployed in complex environments. Information regarding our capabilities and government contract vehicles can be found on our website at missionfirst .com. Thank you Richard and Nadine. FBC Bank appreciates the great relationship we have with Mission First. Take it from us Richard and Nadine of Mission First and Ardent. We do what others can't. We go where others won't. We succeed when others don't and so does FBC Bank. That's why you need FBC Bank as your trusted financial partner. Visit fvcbank .com. That's fvcbank .com. Member FDIC. When there's not enough coffee in all of Washington to get you going. You've got John and Michelle. Mornings on WTOP News. Feel good stories from the internet. This is Dave Johnson cruising Google reviews of Jennifer Young of Jennifer Young Homes and stories the sound
"kate upton" Discussed on WTOP
"Downtown DC 99 in Roslyn and 76 in Laurel money news at 10 and 40 past the hour brought to you by PenFed great rates for everyone over to Jeff playback contracts signed by an existing home last month fell to the lowest level of the year that's almost entirely because there just isn't much for sale existing home sales are now down more than 15 % from this time last year if you got a raise is last year how big was it a we work salary budget survey says the average pay % 4 .4 that's the biggest since 2001 the average bump in pay for employees who got a promotion was 9 .8 % BC's got a professional pickleball sponsor AARP is the team's official jersey sponsor pickleball is popular with older players but the average age is actually 25 to 34 BC's pickleball team's owners include actress Kate Upton Wall Street's concerned were about a government shutdown and about higher interest rates the Dow finished the day down 370 points a 1 % loss the S &P 500 down 72 that's more than one and a half percent the Nasdaq down to 45 close to 2 % Jeff Clabo WTOP news thank you Jeff for 42 early voting starts tomorrow in Virginia for the state's November election it'll determine which party controls the General Assembly and could be influenced by the issue of abortion WTOP's Nick Ionelli is hearing from both sides of the aisle including from the governor Virginia's Republican governor Glenn Youngkin supports a ban on most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy so how will voters react I think this is a place that come we can together as Virginians but Virginia Democratic leaders have been firmly against this it would seem impossible to bring everybody around this issue when you say well I actually believe that there is far more unity around this issue and we also are seeing in poll after poll that coming together around 15 weeks is a place folks feel feel like they can land though Virginia Democratic state senator Jennifer Boisko disagrees she says full stop this should not be dictated by politicians the Virginia voters are going to come out and they are going to say no bans on abortion care. Nick Einelli, WTOP News. Federal headlines brought to you by Amazon Web Services for public sector. I'm Peter Masserlian. Here are your top headlines from Federal News Network. The Department of Homeland Security announced the formation of an intelligence experts group to offer advice on issues like fentanyl trafficking, terrorism, and emerging technology. Members will include former director of national intelligence James Clapper and other former intelligence officials, journalists, and human rights advocates. And free COVID tests have returned. Starting this Monday households will be able to order four free rapid tests through covidtest .gov. For more on these stories, go to federalnewsnetwork .com. And coming up, what happens to furloughed federal employees during a government shutdown? We will ask Federal News Network's Drew Friedman. 443. Every business deserves a great deal. That's why for a limited time, we're launching the Mobile Made Free event. With Comcast Business Internet, new and existing customers one can year of get unlimited mobile for free. Yep, you heard that right. An entire year free. It's our best Internet, powered by the next generation 10G network and with 99 .9 percent plus reliability one line of free mobile for a year. The Mobile Made Free event is happening now. Get started with fast speeds and advanced security for $49 a
"kate upton" Discussed on WTOP
"Money news at ten and brought to you by pen fed great rates for everyone to jeff clavaugh the market is not any better for house hunters there's signed contracts by an existing home last month fell to the lowest level in seven months largely because the number of homes for sale is so low existing home sales are are down more than fifteen percent from this time last year if you got a raise this year how big a we work salary budget survey says the average pay raise this year was four point four percent that's the biggest average since two thousand one the average bump in pay for employees who got a promotion was nine point eight percent d c has a professional pickleball now and it's got a sponsor AARP is the team's official jersey sponsor pickleball is popular with older players so it fits AARP's demographics but the average age of a pickleball player is actually twenty five to thirty four d c pickleball teams owners include actress kate upton but that was down 133 points the s &p 500 is down 38 the nasdaq's down 130 jeff clable gop news i thank you jeff one forty two an outbreak of canine influenza interrupted options at the prince georges county run animal services center last month but now after negative tests adoptions have resumed there still though with some precautions maple and pumpkin might sound like a fancy coffee order but they're among the dogs you can adopt from the prince georges county animal services facility and adoption center andrea crooms with the county's department of the environment explains visits are still virtual because we can't have folks moving through the kennel from animal to animal because they're on guard against canine influenza an outbreak in august with the dog adoptions on pause but after negative tests crooms said adoptions are back on and adoption fees for all animals are being waived until the end of the month kate ryan w t o p news coming up on w t o p what is it like physically to be an acrobat insert is so lame we said w t o p's matt kofax to find out and you'll get to hear all about it in just a couple minutes 143. As a public servant, you may have wondered how government can use generative ai safely and equitably we can help you explore the possibilities and design
"kate upton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He is a conduit to Kate Upton. And the real question here is does Mrs. Verlander, does she decide that we need to stay in New York for their daughter's well -being and schooling. Doug Cass is Kate Upton one the that will decide whether Mr. Verlander goes to the Mets to the dreaded New York Yankees. Yes sir. We do need some help. Speaking of pitches these days I I feel like feel Luis Severino. He had an outstanding year in 2022. think his I one loss record was 7 -3 at an errand run average of 310. This year he's 2 -5 ERA is 750. I feel that way being bearish on the markets. Yeah. What I see here Doug and you and I have had such a joy talking in the history of the game. I find it fascinating how the end of July has made me the tension of what we felt the first week of September was not too long ago. Do you think the new expanded has wildcard been good for the sport. It seems it's when all the trades occur at the end of July because This finally is a resolution of where you stand. Stevie Collins is a very good example. His move last week with his pitcher. I mean it's going to be interesting to see. Just one more baseball. Yes. What are the Yankees do. I mean I don't get it. I mean I have to talk both about the Yankees and being wrong footed on the market. Let's make this easier. Does the GM go. Mr. Cashman does the GM go. I said to you last year I thought he should go. You know I was pals with his dad who passed away unfortunately. And Brian is a good man. But maybe it's time for a change. Your agent says OK it's time now to talk the market. Doug Cass you've been wrong footed on the market as you put it. We've all been there. We all have a humility of how hard this is. How do you go about identifying that this is perhaps a true bull market. Well as I said there's nothing more humbling than being on the wrong side of a trending market especially if one approaches the investment business as I do with intensity as I do with the New York Yankees. So I'm 0 for 2 this year with pretty a high E .R .A. and that's been the case of the last couple of months. But two quotes come to mind. The first one I think was from Emerson. He said, in our life greatest glory is not never failing but in rising up every time we fail. I did a good job in expecting a strong first half unlike the consensus and we were positioned for that but I did not expect the rally of the last three months on top of the 10 percent rally ahead of it. I think there's another quote Howard Marks made in taking the temperature of the market in one of his great oak tree berries last month.
"kate upton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In 2009, that's kind of when they first started to develop the interest in I did an internship at JPMorgan for two weeks, and then I would do internships every single off season, you know, from mezzanine funding, the venture capital private equity real estate development. You name it, you know, I was starting to kind of just figure out what my path would be and it gave me a really good sense of purpose and understanding of what I needed to be in terms of the strategy developed as actually I'm just not of the game. And that's kind of where it all started to come into place for me. And you know, as you all know in the business world, equity is where you really make make it go. And I think having that understanding is something that really kind of just propelled me to start thinking a little bit more forward. And so Brian talk about your ability and the league's ability to find this sort of to talk about Larry right in front of him. Like to find this caliber of athlete owner because you put together an incredible roster of people from the sports world from the entertainment world. What's the process like to kind of do that? Do that work of getting everybody engaged and doing the right screening, making sure they're serious, making sure that they're going to be good stewards of the game. It's been overwhelming, the interest we've had from owners. I think it's, I don't think we've seen any other professional league with the caliber of owners that we have that we for right now. And I think we've been very intentional about how we want to reach more people and introduce them to the game. And I think bringing an ownership of this level of reach across sports entertainment and business is just a big part of how we plan on growing the sport. As far as finding them, it's easy because it's overflowing from us in terms of the demand that we've had. Just to give you an example, D.C. pickleball club had the first overall pick in our challenger draft. And that's a team that with an ownership roster that includes Eva Longoria, Justin Berliner, Kate Upton, Sean Marion, rip Hamilton. And with their first overall pick, they selected Sam Querrey, who as many people know was one of the top American tennis players in the game. It was Wimbledon semifinal. It's just a few years ago. And he was making the move towards pickleball, right? So everyone has been gravitating towards this, and people want to be a part of it. And I think just like how Larry said it, it's something that has really become addictive and everyone just wants to be a part of this league. It's been a great experience. All right, so Larry, do you having been a star in what is undoubtedly the most popular sport in America, the NFL. Do you worry that this is fleeting that this is a fad? No, I don't believe it. I believe it's going to be a game that's going to be here to stay, you know, we're developing new services where we can put them into gymnasiums in the Midwest when it's cold in Minnesota and Wisconsin and Michigan that young kids can go out there during their recess and play and learn to love this game and develop it. You know, and I think this is only the very beginning of this sport and how fast it's growing. I think it's going to continue to grow at this pace and the love is going to continue to grow. And hopefully people will find the love and passion by watching us and our teams play and compete. That was Bloomberg quick take chief correspondent Jason Kelly speaking with former NFL star wideout Larry Fitzgerald and major league pickleball interim CEO Brian Levine. You can catch the full conversation online now at Bloomberg dot
"kate upton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Person, in my mind, at least embody the sort of modern empowered athlete, you know, talk to me about this notion of athletes current and former getting into the business side of sports, getting into ownership, whether that's of professional teams at the more established leagues, something like this, or even just taking ownership rather than sponsorship. Well, you know, I think you saw the shift happening a while back, but I can't speak for every athlete I can only think about it for myself. You know, I was able to play 17 years of National Football League, but early on, you know, I knew there's a shelf life to be in an athlete. You have to figure out what the pivot is going to be, or you'd be left holding the bag. And so in 2009, that's kind of when it first started to develop the interest in I did an internship at JPMorgan for two weeks, and then I would do internships every single off season, you know, from mezzanine funding, the venture capital private equity, where the state development, like you name it, I was starting to kind of just figure out what my path would be. And it gave me a really good sense of purpose and understanding of what I needed to be in terms of the strategy developed as I transitioned out of the game. And that's kind of where it all started to come into place for me. And you know, as you all know in the business world, equity is where you really make make it go. And I think having that understanding is something that really kind of just propelled me to start thinking a little bit more forward. And so Brian talk about your ability and the league's ability to find this sort of to talk about Larry right in front of him, like just find this caliber of athlete owner because you put together an incredible roster of people from the sports world from the entertainment world. What's the process like to kind of do that? Do that work of getting everybody engaged and doing the right screening, making sure they're serious, making sure that they're going to be good stewards of the game. It's been overwhelming, the interest we've had from owners. I think it's, I don't think we've seen any other professional league with the caliber of owners that we have that we've heard right now. And I think we've been very intentional about how we want to reach more people and introduce them to the game. And I think bringing an ownership or this level of reach across sports entertainment and business is just a big part of how we plan on growing the sport. As far as finding them, it's easy because it's overflowing from us in terms of the demand that we've had. Just to give you an example, you see pickleball club at the first overall pick in our challenger draft. And that's a team that with an ownership roster that includes Eva Longoria, Justin Berliner, Kate Upton, Sean Marion, rip Hamilton. And with their first overall pick, they selected Sam Querrey, who as many people know was one of the top American tennis players in the game. It was Wimbledon semifinal. It's just a few years ago. And he's making the move towards pickleball. So everyone has been gravitating towards this and people want to be a part of it. And I think just like how Larry said it, it's something that has really become addictive and everyone just wants to be a part of this league. It's been a great experience. All right, so Larry, do you having been a star in what is undoubtedly the most popular sport in America, the NFL? Do you worry that this is fleeting that this is a fad? No, I don't believe it. I believe it's going to be a game that's going to be here to stay. You know, we're developing new services where we can put them into gymnasiums in the Midwest when it's cold in Minnesota and Wisconsin and Michigan that young kids can go out there during their recess and play and learn to love this game and develop it. And I think this is only the very beginning of this sport and how fast it's growing. I think it's going to continue to grow at this pace and the love is going to continue to grow and hopefully people will find the love and passion by watching us and our teams play and compete. That was Bloomberg quick take chief correspondent Jason Kelly speaking with former NFL star wideout Larry Fitzgerald and major league pickleball interim CEO Brian Levine. You can catch the full conversation online now at Bloomberg dot com
"kate upton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You know, I was able to play 17 years of National Football League, but early on, you know, I knew there's a shelf life to be an athlete. You have to figure out what the pivot is going to be, or you'd be left holding the bag. And so in 2009, that's kind of when I first started to develop the interest in I did an internship at JPMorgan for two weeks, and then I would do internships every single off season, you know, from mezzanine funding, the venture capital, private equity, real estate development. You name it, I was starting to kind of just figure out what my path would be. And it gave me a really good sense of purpose and understanding of what I needed to be in terms of the strategy developed as I transitioned out of the game. And that's kind of where it all started to come into place for me. And, you know, as you all know in the business world, equity is where you really make make it go. And I think having that understanding is something that really kind of just propelled me to start thinking a little bit more forward. And so Brian, talk about your ability and the league's ability to find this sort of to talk about Larry right in front of him. Like, just find this caliber of athlete owner because you put together an incredible roster of people from the sports world from the entertainment world. What's the process like to kind of do that? Do that work of getting everybody engaged and doing the right screening, making sure they're serious, making sure that they're going to be good stewards of the game. It's been overwhelming, the interest we've heard from owners. I think it's, I don't think we've seen any other professional league with the caliber of owners that we have that will be for right now. And I think we've been very intentional about how we want to reach more people and introduce them to the game. And I think bringing an ownership of this level of reach across sports entertainment and business is just a big part of how we plan on growing the sport. As far as finding them, it's easy because it's overflowing from us in terms of the demand that we've had. Just to give you an example, D.C. pickleball club had the first overall pick in our challenger drift. And that's a team that with an ownership roster that includes Eva Longoria, Justin Berliner, Kate Upton, Sean Marion, rip Hamilton. And with their first overall pick, they selected Sam Querrey, who as many people know was one of the top American tennis players in the game. He was Wimbledon semifinalist just a few years ago. And he's making the move towards pickleball. So everyone has been gravitating towards this and people want to be a part of it. And I think just like how Larry said it's something that has really become addictive and everyone just wants to be a part of this league. It's been a great experience. All right, so Larry, do you having been a star in what is undoubtedly the most popular sport in America, the NFL? Do you worry that this is fleeting that this is a fad? No, I don't believe it. I believe it's going to be a game that's going to be here to stay. You know, we're developing new services where we can put them into gymnasiums in the Midwest when it's cold in Minnesota and Wisconsin and Michigan that young kids can go out there during their recess and play and learn to love this game and develop it. And I think this is only the very beginning of this sport and how fast it's growing. I think it's going to continue to grow at this pace and the love is going to continue to grow. And hopefully people will find the love and passion by watching us and our teams play and compete. That was Bloomberg quick take chief correspondent Jason Kelly speaking with former NFL star wideout Larry Fitzgerald and major league pickleball interim CEO Brian Levine. You can catch the full conversation online now at Bloomberg dot
"kate upton" Discussed on The Great Fail
"When she landed a reality show called a shot at love with Tila tequila. She joined Brett Michaels and flava flav and finding love on networks that were beginning to throw entertainment programming in between blocks of music videos. But unlike the bachelor and bachelorettes that came before her, Tila tequila was openly bisexual and the show featured her journey through romance with a house full of 16 men and 16 women. Tila tequila is an early example of how Internet stardom could spark a meteoric rise in entertainment and very soon after you had Justin Bieber, Bo Burnham and Kate Upton, who saw their careers launch along a similar trajectory, and while those successes showcased the power of social networking, even from the start, we'll find out how MySpace is lack of content moderation did ultimately hamper its success and contribute to their downfall. The following message is brought to you by Fidelity Investments. 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Terms and conditions apply. With wind in their sales, MySpace hit exponential growth, gaining millions upon millions of members, and its top users drew media attention to the site which just helped to grow faster. So fast that in 2005, one of the largest global media conglomerates had them straight in their sights for acquisition. By 2005, MySpace was on top of the world. It had about 25 million users, which was a lot for a social network in those days. Previous social networks have not scaled up that far. Friendster had sort of fallen over when it got to about a million users. So it was a very hot property, and that was when music corporation, so Rupert Murdoch's conglomerate bought the company for $580 million, and this was regarded as a very clever move at the time. He had a sort of old media empire he'd been slow to embrace the Internet. And so here he was buying the prize asset of the time. And it was the 5th most popular website in the U.S. at that point and the following year it got to a 100 million users and it was being valued at $12 billion. So it really did look like a very smart move by News Corp.. By October of 2006, MySpace was generating around $30 million per month. Half of that coming from display ads. And when News Corp. came in, it was this huge international conglomerate with tons of resources and billions of dollars, offering MySpace a dream deal, and basically saying, continue doing what you're doing and will be totally hands off. But we also know that when things seem too good to be true, they usually are. And for a company like News Corp., ad space equal dollar signs and MySpace was a gold mine. Now with News Corp. involved, they brought in a new management team, along with lawyers, accountants, layers of management and corporate policies. MySpace went from a comparatively small company with the nimble startup mentality to a bureaucratic, political, slow moving machine. A stark example that all good things come with a price, and a lesson that companies need to move at the speed of culture, and that sometimes giant corporations get caught up in death by committee. MySpace is purpose seemed to change following the acquisition and standard has an explanation for some of the reasons why. For one, the new owners were more inclined to treat the business as, well, a business. And they wanted to maximize profits over improving the technology, and as a user base continued to grow so did the problems. It started to run into problems at exactly this point. The customizable profile pages, one of the things that made MySpace so attractive were also because they were customizable, they were vulnerable to being attacked and hijacked and vandalized and they could be configured so that you could install malicious software through them. So you could basically put a virus on people's computer if they came to your profile. And the site was absolutely beset with spanners and fakes, profiles, and sort of aspiring celebrities with hardly any clothes on. And this raised questions about whether it was suitable for children and whether they needed to be content moderation and age limits and this sort of thing. First, the fake profiles in some of the unfiltered content became an issue for users parents, and that garnered some unwanted publicity. Second, there was also the issue of having buggy technology. If each user's page was an access point for malicious software and digital vandalism, then MySpace had millions and millions of access points. And third, this all came at a time when the content on the site and the increasing presence of that cash cow became crowded. For obnoxious advertisements, messy placements of ads and solicitation for people to sign up for credit cards and services. And given the new management team, it seemed that nothing was being done to address any of these concerns. We see this happen all the time in companies. The experience is compromised by the need to grow and maximize revenue at all costs, and consumers feel it, and they react. This version of MySpace was under pressure to drive revenue when other startups were using their capital to create explore and innovate. And the problem was that News Corp. didn't really address any of these problems. Group about our own block of newspapers is a bit like they'd bought another newspaper and this was a newspaper with lots of readers and that meant there was lots of advertising inventory. So as far as news corps we said, this was just a lot of adventuring and they weren't investigated the platform and they weren't getting on top of these technical problems. And so MySpace gradually turned into this sort of really horrible environment that was well the kind of seedy and a very unsafe place to go online. You might get a horrible virus. And so people started looking for an alternative. And
"kate upton" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Like, imagine being able to outfit your own hooligans. Like you could do some crazy that's probably bad because they're just shit people. But you get my drift. There's a lot of very cool things you could do. I'm excited for it. What were you saying? Abzi? I'm sorry. I just said people with big ass heads like NBA jam. Oh, dude, yeah, big head mode. Big head, big butt mode. Avatar? Are they more akin to be sports and stuff? They were very much akin to very, very arcadey, so like if football has 1111, there were more along the lines of 7 on 7 football, which exists in America in very small schools. You'll have a truncated football team sometimes. Did you guys ever play, I forget what it was called, but the arcade game. It wasn't the sucker football game. It might have been well it wasn't the NFL because it was like football soccer. But yeah, it was like cyborgs. Oh dude, cyber cyberball. Cyberball was one of my favorite games of all time. Dude, cyberball. Arcade games. Football. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Dude, that game was the shit. See, that's what I'm talking about. That was pretty fun. And that's why I brought up rocket league. Do cars. Yeah. You fucking football, man. What if Mattel, who's the hot hot box, not hotbox, that's sexual. The fucking, the little matchbox. Do matchbook carved football, man. You know, by their license for 10 million or whatever, I don't know. There's so many RC car football. God damn it. It is so many cool things. Yeah. Let's see. People are just talking about the price Dennis Rodman for every player in a soccer game. Yeah, there's a lot of stuff you could do, man. It'll be interesting though to see if we have superstars suing the company because of their likeness. You won't be able to, you know what I mean? If you do a Dennis Rodman looking character, as you're a fish as a official character and your next NBA game, somebody's gonna come at you and be like, you're using my like. I mean, dude, people sued for dances. You get my drift. Like, that's how bad they are now. People sued because it's more likeness in the GPA game, right? Someone also did that. Oh, an influencer did. Lindsay Lohan did not Lindsay Lohan's Sue GTA. I'm pretty sure it was Lindsay Lohan. Yeah, she did. Yeah. For the lollipop. Which was, by the way, a 5 art. That was fucking hot. At that poster in my room. I fucking remember that poster, bro her, getting off just her. Getting away from the discussion of just her. I love the art. I love that. I don't know what we call it. The candy cel shaded look of those art. I think they've, they know. Was it Kate Upton? Okay. That kind of stuff is so gorgeous looking. I love that art. And the lollipop girl was, it was also from if I remember correctly, she was also sort of, they parody lynch and Lohan in like a side question that you could pick up. Yeah, of a crazy that was also part of the law. I think trying to get her away from paparazzi or something. Yeah, I mean, they did a lot of stuff. I mean, one of the major quest is the Apple phone debacle and blowing up the guy's head. Dude, GTA should not be sued..
"kate upton" Discussed on ROCK 107 WIRX
"Hey brock a hunter. What did we learn on the plan. B. morning show today all right. Let's see we learned that first and foremost daylight savings time. Fm stupid bro. Ephron stupid it's chock that one up seriously let's stop a guy to step knock it off. I don't know what we're trying to do with it. Neck it off okay. He's what else have you learned. Oh we learned that a hunter amazing linebacker and quarterback is all around athletes. Probably the best. We've ever seen to be honest. The best we've ever seen a little sarcasm. i'd hoped. I hope you're picking up on it because i'm laid on pretty thick there so you know they got a statute hunter got a statue of hunter over there at lake. It's unbelievable technical. You buddy boy. You'd better be careful to do other things to other things To wrap this up one. Sometimes you just created some balls. That's it right there some balls or just just you know what kind of balls adds up to you and last thing is don't lend your sex toy to your meth addicted cousin. I'm just. I'm just letting you know specially if you're in kentucky i know it seems to say that but i know it's weird sentence but it's out there it's out there all right good enough for me. That is what we learned on the show today. Thank you all so much for hanging out. We appreciate it. I have a great weekend of course old school weekend kicks off at five all weekend long. We got no lines football this weekend. Because they're off. They gotta win. They got to win this week. Charismatic cow and we will be back here. Monday saint place anytime for more of the plan b. morning show right here on. Wrx as always. Kate upton if you're listening gives a ball call. Yeah iraq nailed that one..
"kate upton" Discussed on ROCK 107 WIRX
"Hey brock honor. What did we learn on the plan. B. morning show today all right. Let's see we learned that you can't shoot a ghost with real bullets okay. We did establish that but more think about have you tried. I haven't you know. I hate to like i shoot it. Maybe that's exact- ghostbusters header. All wrong they just need to whip out some blacks and bust a cap go. I don't know. I honestly don't know but for now though. Don't don't try don't try. We also learned that Black jelly beans black liquorice garbage garbage candy jelly beans general. Not a big fan. Any gonna throw it and throwing rotten candy and they're just full of prank anything. that's wax. form should not be considered candy. Right i just saying and let's see last. We learned on the show. Is that oh. My girlfriend can be so f- and hot berlin like that video i love and now he's going to get the oculus class there and you'll never see me again all right all my time with my hot virtual girlfriend all right. That's what we learned on the show today. Thank you so much for hanging out. We appreciate it. of course. we'll be back here tomorrow. Same place same time for more of the plan b. morning show on a friday. Until then kate upton if you're listening give us a call to get you to guinea. I would eat her jelly beans now now. That is just grad bad fake..
"kate upton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Pictures of Kate Upton. There's Brandon Loves Twitter feed. Brandi Love Twitter feed, but it's all for the show. All for the show. Uh, speak of females in sports. We have been in a, uh Long form conversation today about women announcers in male sports, and Matt Matt Walsh, who mock has an issue with over the years made a statement that he does not like women doing play by play or an analyst or sports broadcast. You of course, watch probably more sports than anyone. How do you feel about it? If they're good, do the job. Really, But don't place them there. Just because you're trying to look woken progressive doors. Doris Burke knows the NBA. She is a good broadcaster. She can do an NBA basketball game better than any man or just as good as any man. Now what? That being said. When you're watching another game, and somebody says we want to look really progressive. So we're going to put this woman in this spot and not give it to someone else then I don't know. I think that's kind of weak. Like Curt Schilling is a great example to me. He was awesome at doing baseball for ESPN. They didn't like his politics. They fire him. And then you have all these other baseball players who played major league baseball at your disposal, including Hall of Famers, and you put a woman on the broadcast. You're You're throwing it in my face at this point. And would it be the same as Let's say you're watching a woman sport you're watching women's golf or the W N B A or something? You would probably want to hear from somebody who's played that sport and broadcaster who's tied in right? Probably a woman. Yes, I really enjoy, you know, watch the Solheim Cup I enjoy because of women's golf is different than men's golf. You can say it's the same sport. Chicks who hit 230 Yard drives are not playing the same game. Bryson to Shambo is is playing. And so I enjoy hearing women because women golfers, professional golfers actually play the game closer to what, like I would play as an amateur because you hit the ball, you know, somewhat similar links, so it's more interesting to me. I think I think I agree with it like I would. I would rather see and hear from women during women's sports and men during men's, and there's nothing wrong with that, because usually the people who have done that are the most quality. Fight to talk about it, and even from a play by play perspective, if you're just going to be the play by play voice, not the analyst right. The analyst is usually a former player of said sport. If you're just a play by play voice, you better be better than or just as good as anybody else. Not just there because your man or a woman Now, I will say, I think it's a little more of a conversation to have about sending a woman into a man's locker room or a woman into a man's locker room after the game because I've done that locker rooms have you been in a woman's locker room after a game? I've been into a WNBA's. They let you in a woman's locker room, but it's completely different rules, right? So They shower dress. And then afterwards, there's media. Okay, because I used to be the locker room guy for another radio station. So I did all this stuff the Pacers, the Colts, the fever, you name it. I had to do all that kind of stuff. And it's crazy. The different rules in each sport like in the NBA and the W. N b A. You have to have at least a towel on for the dudes. And the women have to be completely addressed The NFL It's the wild wild west of Dawn, You turn to your left, You turn to your right, Dong dong. It's just all over the regardless of whether you're a male or female like reporter person, So if you know, maybe it's changed since when I was doing it, you know, in the Peyton Manning era, but let's say, Mark, you had credentials to go in the Colts locker room. Talk to players after the game. You talk to you naked? Yes. Wow, who? Not that you would be noticing or scoping it out. But was there One. That was overly impressive that you said congratulations, Shaquille O'Neal. Really? I had to step over it. Excuse me. I'm gonna I'm gonna go try talk to Kobe.
"kate upton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Just i was just literally blown away by We have a. We'll have videos of bronco off road on road and and you know what i think. This one is fifty one thousand. It's not ridiculously expensive and It's a it's a pretty solid package. Yeah i think a lot of. I think they're going to take a lot of money from jeep. I do because the the number of people that by wrangler ramblers justice stunt on the street and don't offer them human know that inside they wouldn't tell anybody else but it's huge huge and they'll go. This drives better and the dealer markup is insane believe once that eventually they'll catch gonna take a bit of money but the thing is that jeep is not really jeep already has the hybrid out. Which you know for doesn't have G has the three ninety-two jeep is not like they know what's happening. So this is the best thing that's ever happened to that segment. Yes like hats off to the fact you can still buy a four door. Convertible roof comes off and the doors. Come off yeah like company. How's that possible like it's the best. Yeah I was really impressed. And you'll see in the video at how not shit. The bronco was in the canyons. It was really not shit at all. And i mean i'm sure it would be worse if at thirty five on it this one regular wheels but like i hustle that thing up a canyon pretty good. Yeah was not not bad it was it was it was all right. I drove like Whatever the first edition launch addition wherever. They're calling it the You talked about it now. This is one of those wonderful things where they're like. You can drive it but don't talk about it. Yeah i was like okay. I'll talk about it now. why not. Yeah it was It's first of all those wheels. Just ganic i mean yes this like. I guess they're good off. Road zach pointed out you know the majority are going to be driving around l. a. or whatever It's huge. it's just makes it a monster truck which is kinda cool but yeah it was. It was really nice. You know a- again like after tasting the jeep three ninety-two. I'm like all these are kinda slow and pathetic. Well yeah. I mean the fucking six liter. V eight six four zero. I know i didn't need to use the extra syllable exhausting. The i four thousand five hundred seventy horsepower. According to join and for seventy thirteen o in the quarter mile that is actually two seconds quicker than the bronco broncos fifteen one quarter mile. Yeah the bronco ran the same trap speed and mile an hour that my ninety four mustang. Gt ran stock. Yeah no. It's good if zac if you pull up. I did like If if you type in like Ford bronco first test motor trend. I have the. I think it's a v6. I think we did use a v6 v6 numbers and the Bronco numbers for the outer banks in the same article for the acceleration. It was like five six to sixty for the bromine. Five looking good but five nine for the regular one. Yeah that's pretty good. I did actually up and it was a blurry photo. So they use the one with one wheel anyway to to driving that tomorrow and you're gonna love it offer and i bet the i bet the two way better off road to yeah i mean. It's it's got this fucking we'll defender next week to is good. Because all the broncos have the thing where it drags the left or right rear wheel to help like shorten the wheelbase which works on hairpins but the tour is gonna. The u-turns are so easy. Just to turn assists. Twins had that in the land cruiser for like since two thousand seven. I remember that yeah cool. Yeah actually it works. It's amazing yeah Can we talk about the monza pebble. Yes was s. p. one last few one it was Oh god i'm going to get his name wrong. There was going to yell at me but very orlando. He's a baseball. Justin justin married kid so he wanted life. Baseball player married. Kate upton single-seat it's it's okay. So you've driven the super fast. Yes you've driven. The superfast gts which is finally drove isn't it. The the unicorn is paint. Think that thing is great car. Okay so this is that. With thirty extra horsepower shield. It's no glass. I mean there's no glass at all no seat so carseats seats probably about seventy pounds plus seatbelts and all that all out plus the bodies all carbon. So you're probably talking seven hundred pounds less i. It's dry but much to be honest but well you'll love this so we sit in the cars for forty five minutes because pebbles and absolute shit show and everything runs late right twelve seconds to go. I'm make the third car online. This guy walks up. He's like you need to get in front of that car. The car in front of me. And i'm like okay so we start going so i like basically cut the guy off honk. I've as a horn. I can't remember. It was like yelled. Or whatever i got to be in front of. You have an as going around the corner. Someone's like hey it's jason like i'm fucking johnny. Nearly crashes thing because of the delay. I had like an eighth of a mile to the we were being because they're not street legal so there's a cop. Oh i forgot about that. Yeah now they're there. I should say ferrari has figured out a way to make them street legal so because now that they're used cars like they don't have to have a backup camera on all that you can't sell a new car in the us without a backup camera. Used car can be converted some th. They're they're figuring anyhow. I had like an eighth of a mile. All i really got florida and it was just. It was just rat right when i hit whatever top speed i hit like a bug went right my so they look pretty fucking cold. They look real nasty. I mean and i love that. It's not like that looks so much different from an looks more different from an eight twelve than that new coon tash looks from an event. The door oh you know what i mean like. Wait if they win crazy. Yeah i mean look at that. It looks so fucking nasty. And what's cool because you know how ferrario owners are fairly conservative when they spec cars like fairly compare lamborghini mclaren owner. All these guys. Everyone who bought one owns fifteen ferraris talking to guys like oh black black end zoya but these went nuts so no to respect alike. That's cool and.
"kate upton" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Crazy. Which part? Is that? Like, just specifically places where people listen to this. Maybe just right around here. You know what? I've decided for you, Kenny. Since you just mentioned how gay you're for palladium, so gay preempted our celebrity birthday list for a moment so that we can discuss palladium. The metal used in catalytic converters. Palladium, is it play D'Amore Platinum palladium. As just well in May of this year. Just last month, it hit an all time high of over $3000 an ounce. And I guess we shouldn't say that too loud because I think we still have our catalytic converters left on our cars. But mine doesn't require one. So okay, one on mine either. I took it out. I I sold mine. I'm wearing it as a necklace. Same. Yeah, same sees, um, palladium surge has given it the title. Of the most expensive of the major traded precious metals on the market. Today, it's gap over gold continues to widen. It is more than $900 more expensive than bullion on So go ahead and be a It's gay for you Want for palladium, honey? Okay. It's a very pricey substance. Mm. Know exactly what you do with it other than you know, Pawn it off for probably a third of its value to somebody. But when you when you have some You're you're doing Well, uh, well, yeah, Lucky us. We are so okay. So very cool. And now Yeah, well, don't do drugs. By the way, it would be our advice. And now it's time for very important famous people. Let's celebrate Sasha. Obama's 20th. Birthday. Now she won't be drinking, of course, because the age of legal alcohol consumption is 21. So if you see any pictures of Miss Obama out there partying just know that's probably fruit punch. Okay. It is Kate Upton's 29th birthday. Uh, you know, she married an Astro. And then he wasn't an astro anymore. Yeah, that's right. Do you remember who he was? Yeah, it was me. No, no, no. Justin Verlander. Nolan Ryan. That's who it was Justin Verlander. And who does he play for now? Justin Verlander. Doesn't matter. Doesn't know it doesn't cause we wait for the Astros. Yeah, We don't watch baseball now. Today is Bobby Jindal's 50th birthday, huh? Um, he was on the track to become a big deal and then somehow got off that track. Yeah, Yeah. Don't hear probably much anymore, do you? No, No, we don't. We don't. We don't know what's going on with that guy. What became a Bobby Jindal, Elizabeth Hurley. Uh, 56. Kate Flannery is MEREDITH from the office. Oh, she's fun. She's 57. Jean Triple Horn is 58. She was also in basic instinct along with Sharon Stone. But she didn't you know, spread her legs on camera and give you the whole shot there so she didn't get a lot of attention. But she was also in Waterworld and big love. She was wife number one, barb on big love. Mm hmm. Gina Gershon is 59 years old today. These gals are making late fifties look pretty good. No longer with us, But oh, I miss her. So Judy Garland. Born on the state 1922 right in the middle of Pride Month. Yeah. And Maurice Sendak, the Children's book where the wild Things are so, um, you're not gonna believe this. Okay? Hattie McDaniel first Black person to receive an Oscar. Yes, in gone with the wind. Okay, You've heard of her? I'm sure. No, I never heard anything. Okay? Never mind. No, but they're famous, though. That's the important. Well, that's important. Yeah, absolutely. I don't mean to seem distracted. I just got in trouble on. Oh, you did seem distracted. I just got in trouble on Facebook again. You know the hell you've been busy doing a radio show how you been on Facebook? All right. You know that meme where Biden and Obama are sitting together and buy and Obama was frustrated, Biden says. What does he say? Biden says something Biden says that hooker that keeps following me around that's the meme I got into trouble for, and then Obama says, That's your vice president. Facebook just told me I ought not be posting that. I just got flagged. Did they say ought not? I said, don't post it, So I I challenged him on it. I'm going to see if I If they'll change their You can't tell me I can't make fun of the vice President. If you called the president. A hooker, do you If you called Trump a hooker? Do you think you'd get in trouble for that? Not at all. So what exactly are the standards here? Democrats deserve respect, sir. Unbelievable. On this day in history brought to you by par, Fab usa dot com took the words right out of my mouth. I love par Fab. They're awesome. 1935 on this day Alcoholics Anonymous was founded in Akron, Ohio. Why they must have needed it. You ever been to Akron? Yeah, I would drink if I was there, too. Not much happening. Crack me If I'm wrong, though. I feel like there's another day when they claim Alcoholics Anonymous was founded because didn't we talk about this? Not long ago. The guys' names, and they are like John B and Richard ask or something like that when there's a bill W and, uh, whatever, Dr Bob, sure, because they don't give out last name. They don't give their real name and then you're totally anonymous. When you only give your first name in your last initial. I know you're very excited to celebrate the patterning of the ballpoint pin. Before that. You had a different kind of pin that happened on this date. 1943. What was it before? Felt tip feather feather quill ticket right in the middle of the second World War, they had time to invent the ballpoint 1943. Laszlo Bureau of Budapest, Hungary, which might have been you know, a kind of a bad place to be right in. 1943 went ahead and just kept working on his patent for the pin. Today in 17, 52. Ben Franklin flew a kite in a thunderstorm collecting ambient electrical charge in a jar. Do you think it's a true story? No. I've always wondered about that. That's why I didn't bring it up. If you were flying a kite in a thunderstorm, don't you think you would die? But it's a famous uh, you know, a claim about like George Washington and the cherry. There's the picture in the old encyclopedias of the lightning, striking the kite and then the electricity coming down the string of Why would the electricity follow the string? Yeah, you'd be dead. Was he flying the kite on Elect on metal wires makes no sense It wouldn't follow the string. If it was actually string today in 17 76, the continental Congress appointed a committee to write something called the Declaration of Independence. I don't think there's a real thing. Yeah, the declaration of Independence. Yeah. Oh, I thought we were asking, you know, that's a real thing. Absolutely. Well, you asking about Ben, You guys want to change history When it comes to Ben Franklin hit Let's change history on all of it. If you flew a kite in a thunderstorm, you could live. No, you couldn't have done a lot of things in a thunderstorm and I fished in a thunderstorm and that sound dangerous. Did you get struck by Am I here he got. He collected Ambien electrical charge in a jar. That's what they were The photo. They always show her like a drawing as him getting electrocuted. I don't know There's maybe there's more to it than I have collected ambient electrical charges in this coffee cup this morning. You know what, you want to see him because that's powerful coffee. Trust me. They're in there were drinking. Oh, that's Indies Hindi's coffee today. It's fantastic. Uh, today in 18 54. The Naval Academy held its first graduation and thank you to everybody that serves in the Navy. And today in 18 98. The Marines landed in Cuba. Very cool thing for them to do still there. Yeah, Yeah, They're Gitmo. So you heard of it? Yeah. And Cuba didn't like it. Apparently, the the Russians remember that thing with the Being shot off and get mom and people having seizures and stuff like that down in Cuba, the Americans down there supposedly the Russians were helping the Cubans do that. But of course, none of that's ever been proven. Well, there's news of foot today that they are trying to bring ships to. I think Cuba and Venezuela that are armed or loaded with arms and somebody suggesting that they might shouldn't do it. But, you know, we're gonna have another Cuba thing. What they call that before band Pigs, like like the Cuban invasion? Mm. So that the other one the Cuban missile crisis. The Cuban man, we're gonna have another Cuba crisis on our hands here real soon on the state in 2000 and seven. Wow. Time gets away. It's been 14 years since the final episode of The Sopranos aired. And Tony isn't a diner and some suspicious guys come in, And then they play. Don't stop believing on the jukebox and Meadow runs in, and, uh Goes, fades to black, and then it goes. Did you like the ending? No. Some people hate it. Some people think it's good. Um, you know, apparently he gets murdered where you're allowed to finish it the way you want to finish it. Okay, but the creator of The Sopranos let the cat out of the bag. Years.
"kate upton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To Indianapolis. Please don't be creeped out by Jacob. What they've lasted this entire show up to now without being creeped out by Jacob. At least not publicly. Have they admitted that at any point have they done what producer Ari does. If they hear something, they I drove across the country and this is what I've got. This guy doesn't even have socks on. Hey, So you're a big race guy. I am You're going this year is I've got my betting show tonight at six. P.m. where it's the Indy 500 special. We're going to make so much damn money, Robert gonna be above the law. Will you tell people who to bet on for the race? Yes. See, you've stopped telling me who you're betting on. Because you said it was bad luck. Itwas and We used to tell each other in the morning, All right, who were betting on who he got? What's going on? And more often than not, you know, it didn't pan out. It's like a relationship. It's just not working for either one of us right. We had a mutual break up, and it's really been The best thing. Like Imagine are betting relationship and then we break up and he's dating Jennifer Aniston now and I'm dating Kate Upton. We're both wire. I'm winning. Three nights in a row. I've hit multi legged parlays Mark, I'm rich. You know what that means? But congrats. I'm rich. It means you bet on, like, four games. And you say you bet one bet in all four games have to hit for you to win money. That's the part. You get extra cash because they all have to. I'm on. I could almost retire from this show. At this point I'm doing so he's made a whole $5 doing this muck. You're part aren't your bets like individually about 20 Cents apiece. Yeah, but they're worth like 10 Box by the Charlie, you're making real green. That's several trips to windy. So then do you feel bad, But that's all you bet? Well, no. Because Mark, I would be infuriated if I lost more than a dollar And so I can watch your cheap ass. I had a $60 man not wearing socks that a $60 parlay that your boy.
"kate upton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Nice proof. Mm hmm. I'm getting a very good feeling. Yes. No, yeah. Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York last week trying to convince New Yorkers to get vaccinated because he has contempt for them. He thinks his view is that the only do it if they could get free coupons. Tonto was a shake shack, Shake shack what he's trying to do so he started eating on camera, which is disgusting. Unless you're Kate Upton. Trying to sell a hamburger for Hardy's or whatever, don't eat on camera. That's just that's a life roll. Don't eat on camera Bill de Blasio violating it eating on camera last week, and then he tried to do it again. Did you see this one? Tony Shaeffer, you got Bill de Blasio he dressed up in a Brooklyn Nets jersey. And a Brooklyn Nets ball cap, and he's got a T shirt on over it like a like a dress shirt over there. Now he looks like a sun dried beastie boy. Like he's like he's that embarrassing father that shows up was trying to be relatable with the kids. Yeah, um, well, he's relatable. Just tol like people who have no ability to understand kind of the reality around them, And I got a question for you. Events did by the way, you know, there's been an uptick in violence in New York now, and so when the NYPD response so they bring you like an order of fries. Now, when you get shot just to make, you know kind of make it better, like, Hey, we We know you're shocked, But here's some fries right to make it all feel better. Would you like fries with that? Yes. That's the New York City doing that. Yeah. So Bill de Blasio here he is yesterday in the world's worst rap video. The Nets are now going to be joining the battle against Cove. It With a mobile vaccination site right outside Barclays Center. This is going to be another extraordinary effort to get people vaccinated. Make everyone safe at the details later on today, go get vaccinated and to the lottery. You have a chance of playoff tickets, and I'm gonna tell you something. Net. You're gonna be in the playoffs for a long time all the way to the end. We're going to focus on people who live in the neighborhoods hardest hit by covert the 33 neighbors identified by our task force on racial inclusion, equity, and if you've already been vaccinated And you live in one of those neighborhoods. You can enter a contest. Okay. Okay, enough. This guy's such a goober. I mean everything about him. It's like it's like Loserville s so So here he is Patronizing New Yorkers yet again is like a look. You could win some playoff tickets. If you get vaccinated. Maybe you get some fries. Get some burgers. He's just been a disaster. Tony Shaeffer. That's what what is worse him lying about covert or lying about the Mets? I mean, my goodness, What the heck's going on in the Nets, the Brooklyn Nets, the Nets the Nets. I met them that also you see Laurie life, but exit exit point here. Lori Lightfoot is now granting one on one interviews in Chicago, but on Lee to black or brown journalists. Mm That's removed. She's she's on Lee giving interviews to people on the basis of their skin color. That's progress in America. Laurie Life well, getting away. Well, apparently, she's only worried about people. Being shot Chicago or black because she doesn't do anything about it. It's horrible. There. It is a horrible and she's one of the big reasons why it is so horrible there in Chicago, 8 50 on W E mail, Honey, we got an invitation an invitation. It's from the Virginia watery..
"kate upton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"James apparently put a tweet out that he took down because he said it was being used for hay. He showed a picture because lebron after the guilty verdict on chauvin put out accountability on caps. And then of course. There's another shooting of a girl. Apparently a teenager running around with a knife and this cop shot and killed her and lebron james put the picture of the columbus police officer on his Internet feed and he just wrote your next accountability and some people took it. As you know you need to get revenge on this guy. You need to hurt this guy. Lebron took it down. I think mark davis actually. It's it is probably better for him to leave it up because he got the support of the family. They said we know his heart's in the right place blah blah. I was kinda feel except for the lebron thing. Where i he kind of recognized. There probably shouldn't be putting these things up but ninety nine percent of the time. If you take it down someone already has a screen shot of it. And they'll say look. This coward did like he's pretending like he didn't do it. You'd better off just to own it just own it and you know what's funny. Is that somebody. It's so weird. How these algorithms of these bots are. But they'll like something. That's ten years old and i had like a ten year old post that said kate upton is on the show today ios. I wrote that ten years ago. What would happen if in twenty twenty one. I wrote heyliger this hot girl yaser as surprised myself like it was that different ten years ago i could write yakuza as a guy in my forties because a hot girl was coming on my show right and so if i pulled that down like look i was the one what what can i say. It was dumb to put that it. Just i'm i'm surprised that i even wrote that ten years ago. But you're better off by point is just leave it up and say hey look. That's what i thought at the time. And not gonna hide from it and You know it's just it's just the way it is. I don't think i heard anybody's feelings. Your object defying her. You're treating her like me to lanham. Sorry but the. Yeah mark davis. You're probably better off. Not doing something that dramatic but now the have you got the support. Just leave it up. Their lines are open one. Eight hundred eight seven. I play on rectal. Give back.
Kate Upton; Model, Actress, and Founder of Strong4Me
"Welcome to skimp from the couch. I'm so excited to be here okay. So we're going to jump in Skim your resume for us. It's been a crazy awesome journey. I started modeling when I was fifteen. I am like a real adventure heart and convinced my parents Let me travel the world at fifteen and working to get yeah. I couldn't convince them to let me stay out to Oleg. I had like my big break at eighteen when I met with. MJ Day. Ah and was a part of the sports illustrated family and went to meet with and work with some of the most iconic people in the industry you know from Ana Wind Tour Tony Goodman Steven Meisel Corinne Rafael Steven Gan. It's just been an awesome journey and made me. I understand my body like I'm losing the skin part of my resume. Um made me really understand my body starting from the place ace of just being the typical model which was like skinny skinny skinny and I wasn't enjoying my life. I didn't have energy on set and I didn't have a whole life but I didn't have enough energy. Gee to go out with friends or be the best girlfriend. I could be so asserted working with Ben Bruno and we find the best way to ultimately love your body. Love your unique differences from everyone else and find your strongest bestself Matz ultimately why I wanted to launch strong for me is bring all that information to the everyday woman. So what is something that is not on your wikipedia page. We should know about you. There's a Lotta lies on I. Look Oh my God. What's the top lie that you're how did someone even make that up that I was a violin player and he's just own that for sure just I would hate to go to a party without a violin? They'd be very disappointed. Well lucky for you. Maybe not like he found while. I know you brought your sister here today and shouldn't have told us as your disturbed. So what is something. We should know about Kate. Sister did remember one thing that was on your wikipedia pedia pages that you graduated from Indiana University. which funny enough is where brother goes now? I didn't even realize that something that we should know about her. That like like no one else does. What was she an annoying younger sister? Oh Okay I was always motivated and driven and so sweet One thank you know. She did. HAVE MOM walk into school every single day. Try Yeah I mean at least fifteen into what do you mean literally until my mom was like I refuse to. IQ It'd be fifty. Yeah she's like you're embarrassing Scott. Housley I don't care where you and Marissa your mom then had to go to school every single day and like did you walk ahead while I was in college college. Yeah so yeah I mean. She's other people thought she's like come on mom. We're going to do you. I WANNA be the emotional support. Yeah I one of the most support I love just like you know having a little chat with her it has. It is one of the things that I don't often say that I have things in common with. I'm excited remodels. But before you were you. You were a competitive horseback rider. Yes and I couldn't compete but I grew up horseback riding and and love it. Yes she compete in college. I was on. I was on my college equestrian team for half a semester. So how old were you when you started competing. I think I was ten years old. When I started competing I really feel like the foundation of being around? Horses has helped me so much in my life. which is the hard work and being ready to get dirty and really put in the effort and learning about something new and the travel at winner on with competing? It's so cool at a young age that you were a pretty accomplished competitive horseback rider and then went on to have this career. Both things are very individual sports which interesting. Obviously there's a horse may have to have a connection. But how do you feel like that. Set you up to do what you went on to do. I mean I feel like it really helped because I was constantly meeting New People while traveling I was constantly out of my comfort zone in new cities. He's and competing. And then I did the same thing in modelling and I think individual sports which I've really learned from my husband is a whole different mindset. Where were you know I really had to get used to the whole team thing can be? Would you like to tell our listeners. Who Your husband is Justin Bieber Lambert? I feel like it's just a completely different mindset that I was able to fall right into and an individual sports jobs you have to represent yourself you are. You're you're only advocate and I was very used to doing that whether it was with horse trainers or judges or anybody in the industry so my modeling agencies definitely were a little shocked that a fifteen year old had as many opinions. I did especially where my career going before you were even able able to give those opinions to the agencies. You had to convince your parents that you're fifteen. You're getting literally walk to your classroom every day by your mom or your like totally really trust me to go across the world completely fine. How did you convince them to the greatest fun fact? I presented them with a five year. Plan I was like I am going to make a career out of this or go to college so I decided if I started at fifteen eighteen I was young for my grade and I could still be in my same age group going into call it a workout. Yep We're GONNA take a break from competing eating horses because it was very stressful a lot on the economy and everything and then that's when I was like great like I'll just go make my own money. Then ah I convince them and they came on a lot of jobs. My mom him down to Miami. I started in Miami with me a lot and she refused to go into my job though which was actually really great. Those probably the right. Yeah like she knew out but she was really wanted me to learn how to represent myself. If your mom's in a room you're going to depend on her we would have prep interviews or prep castings exactly how supposed to act or what I was supposed to say a walk with me so I could handle it myself and make it a career. I did she tell you to say I mean I was fifteen so from everything like how to be professional national how to respond like got into trouble like so. You're at an age where most people are in high school all but also starting to like go out and be social and you are living in an apartment with other models and your mom is there. Sometimes WHOA I was that age like for you because here you are doing something that is GonNa be the backbone into your career and you sound very driven and at the same time you are our young and beautiful and making money and living with a bunch of other girls away from your parents. What was your life like? I worked every single day and ultimately our still proving to my parents that I wasn't moving to Miami just to party so I was paying my own bills and working constantly and I always say models roles who get the reputation of partying doing drugs or either the ones not working or so rich. They're only working a few days year because otherwise you're so exhausted working working twelve sixteen hour days every single day. I remember asking to get days off when I got my period of like. I'm so tired. Tired conversations go agencies like just let us know if you need a day off. I'm like actually I need a week. I'm really curious because it is obvious. How driven you are in Daniel? Just said like clearly from your question career and into into modeling what obviously modeling is infamous for how harsh the criticism is internally. And you know this kind of striving for perfection and these ideals of perfection and we'll talk about the public criticism that you received which is ridiculous. I'm just curious what it was like for you emotionally every day at work to be told turn this way. Look this way. Don't smile like that like what did that do to you. It puts you in a different mindset mindset because suddenly you almost have to remove yourself from your body and just blackout and do what they say and it also leads. I think angrily young models to do that in their everyday life and just do what is being told of them because you can't really especially being a young model have have an opinion on set. It's it's definitely kind of a crazy mindset that puts you in a very very vulnerable place so when the outside critics came in it was so hard on me because mentally. I wasn't strong to handle when you think about you today as now a businesswoman. How do you translate those experiences at that? Young Age. Chew the businesswoman. You are today. Did it feel you did help you. compartmentalize where do you think it laid the foundation for you today. Yeah definitely only fueled me. It made me learn that I really need to speak my mind and that my opinion does matter because of all those experiences and you know there was so how many times onset when I'd be like way more efficient if they would just do this or if they would just shoot me from this angle. 'cause I already know that lightings bad it it's GonNa take three hours by would just keep my mouth shut because no one wants to listen to the model onset and now I'm like no. My time is worth something and I'm going to say it and we're going to move on. We're going to get this done right. Did you feel like you had a support system in those early years. You weren't the household name and you had those opinions. I mean my family was a huge support system for me but ultimately nobody in my family was involved in industry previously so they could only give me advice from their personal life experiences so I felt a little bit lost becoming well known it was like how do I deal with anything. Everybody was overwhelmed. No one really knew the advice to give me and then shooting the other woman cameron and Leslie gave me like just so many life lessons. That was such a fun movie to watch. I had fun and watching it and it seems like you guys had fun filming it so much fun. Filming US shade you find mentorship from Rotary with other models that were coming up at the same time or is it pretty competitive. I feel like it's not as competitive as people think because when you're a model it's up to the client. I'm maybe the only place that it gets competitive is your agents like Oh is my agent giving me those same opportunities or I should be doing this. I never felt like I was competitive. Have with other girls and you ultimately do work with other models so you become friends. You're in the same place. I mean everybody. She has jealousy but I didn't feel like it ran friendships or
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Vatican Calls Abuses by Pennsylvania Priests 'Criminal and Morally Reprehensible'
"The Vatican is expressing its shaven sorrow over the latest scandal the Pennsylvania grand jury report detailing, the sexual abuse of at least a thousand children by priests since the nineteen forties as seen as immoral catastrophe by pope Francis in Nevada spokesman Greg Berkeley father knows this can shake the. Faith, of the people in the pews Burke says the priest responsible for the assault and the church leaders who protected them will be held accountable meanwhile the US conference of Catholic. Bishops has called for a formal Vatican investigation of former cardinal Theodore McCarrick and allegations that he engaged in sexual misconduct with children and adults
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Belgium, Kate Upton and Hp discussed on Ric Edelman
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