20 Burst results for "Kellie Kellie"

"kellie " Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"kellie " Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"She's is. she listened to cut head off shitting. But you can't hide bye bye bye so we should be managed. She's already eight much spring and online. Too ashley kellie. Kellie kellie hung up so i should be ten. Okay i love you too. Bye bye with the buffets. Go to basketball games. My ex wife and her husband be there me and on there. We should go to her house for for important us. You know my ex once. You sound cleaning business people. He did our house she. I kid you know what defined. She's if at one point. I married her. That needs to air. So why have you are right away killing off your own. I keep your hands. My parents divorced self-help overdose. enough times. You know my father would come every other weekend to see us. You know so. You're shooting in the window. You and care of whatever drop them off tabby sheer then awesome.

ashley kellie basketball
"kellie " Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"kellie " Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"You to purchase if you like a gallon so and how we started out and doing the wine tastings found that we are educating people and so like Kelly said she she has a background in education and you know, me and my military all of us are trainers all of the Fundamentals of military training so we decided to run with the training aspect of it rather than selling a product and you know, we charge for training and we train the trainers and we educate people and we provide them an experience and and hopefully a lot of people are getting a lot of yeah. So now that you're way down the road with your business what aspects of it are are you finding or the most successful or what what part of the model tends to work the best for you? I think the one of the products is they said there's a lot of anxiety about wiring people. You know, when you say why and people like okay red or white and there's so many different varieties out there off the educational aspects of our people want to learn more because it's a place where there's not a lot of Education in line. So we are going as man, you know, basic economic supply and demand there's a demand for their knowledge is there's a gap there and we are selling. Oh, yeah, and so because the covid-19 thing you guys have switched to primarily all online model. How's that working for you guys doing Zoom calls and things like that off our and then since we're it's not pretty well. We have a uh a good time to reach, you know with social distancing people are in their homes and like Kelly said we recommend wage Like to bring to the zoom call get you know, what type of wine you want to do it to have and they've done some online movement stuff. So, you know, there are people that are due on my car or you know, the classes and stuff into our little wine Body Balance aspect of it and we try to have some fun of it. I'm a musician also, so I'll play you took over his recall and provide musical entertainment and Kelly is exceptional with the educational portion of it. Yeah. I think we just try to make it fun, you know, if people are having a good time that we need to be distracted and and sometimes and and if we can now find and connect all over the world, right potentially, I think that that's a good choice for all of us and and as we continue to build the the repertoire of what we could do online, I think probably for us the next you know iteration of that will be to do out birth. Events were hoping to be able to do those soon. But the beauty of this of moving to the online platform is that people who wanted to attend our classes who are in Georgia or in Washington or you know, Texas they can come to right so it's actually and so with the online model you're able to charge admission to the zoom calls and not online class. Yes, exactly. So we use Eventbrite as a participant in in there. They've been a really good. I'm not tech savvy and I think Aaron might be less tech-savvy than I am taking advantage of the existing platforms out there like Eventbrite like Zoom, you know, some of these they're very user-friendly they set it up so that you know, you can in advance they'll they'll schedule like your emails and your contact information with other folks and birth. That just makes it like, you know fire-and-forget to some extent it does the pre-planning but once you do that, it really makes it accessible. I think for a lot of folks. Are you getting a lot of repeat business? Yeah, we do. We're we're thinking about doing a series or also a potentially a subscription where folks in every month if they want to and you know, I mean the topics are endless. So we're always looking for new ideas and listening to the people who join in our calls are joined in our classes down and and trying to provide to them, you know to some extent what it is that they really are asking for. Yeah, and how long have you guys been doing this we have been doing this in different iterations for about five years now. Well, that's awesome. And so how many can you throw some numbers at us? Like how many events are you typically doing, you know per week or per month? What kind of what kind of volume of customers do you have flowing through is is it very consistent or Sure. So for for me right now, I also run a full-time or part-time practice and I support the the Navy in a position. So my time is money is somewhat limited and so it varies between you know, one two three classes a month sometimes more if if you know, we took that opportunity but and I try to keep the class as small so less than you know, fifty people I would say is Max and am a classes are between 35 and $45 a class so you can do the math on that. Yeah, and so with not a lot of price range are you know knowledge or or prior planning we're able to you know, make enough money to pay for wine. At least for sure. Yeah. Yep. About a couple of months where we'll do like one class charged $45 for 10 people show up to make more n' fifty bucks. And we've had a lot of times when we were doing, you know, every weekend and sometimes two and three times and a weekend and so we had, you know, a couple thousand dollar months in revenue from from these wonderful experiences. Yeah, that's awesome. Well, so we're getting we're getting close to have our time if how is it we had how do we find you a job? You can find us online at experience mindfulness.com or on our Facebook page for the experience points illness. You can also email me directly at Wind Gap w i n e f u l at hotmail.com. Awesome. Well, I do want to give you the last word if you're out there talking to a military spouse. In the military on their way through a transition and they're looking to start your own business get in entrepreneurship. What kind of advice would you have for them and say hey.

Kelly Facebook Aaron Navy Max Georgia Texas Washington
"kellie " Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"kellie " Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"And we said, hey we can do this ourselves. So we've done it a birthday. Levels in Canada. We've done it all over all over the world from small house Gatherings to have large testicles off. And now with the warranty going on. We've actually been doing some online webinars like one k c n n y and educational events. Mm. I think that's an important lesson for you know for entrepreneurs who are coming through and we've all had a major change in our lives and being able to Pivot from one thing to another being able to look across like wage. Okay, what are the skill sets and trying to be creative about how can we deliver a service? What are people asking for right? What am I good at? What are they willing to pay for? And what do I enjoy and somewhere in there is is probably your ideal business and the ability to be able to Pivot that business be creative about how do you deliver it or off? You know, what? Can you add to your to your skill set or to your product line or two? You know, whatever I think is another important lesson for entrepreneurs of always be looking for or you know, there is that under-promise and over-deliver, right? Which I think is is really good advice. But also, what's what's the next thing? How can I innovate wage in a way to get my product or my service to customers and what are their pain points right now, you know we started out thinking about you know, paying points being home, you know stress or pain points be knowing about line or pain point, you know, something like 30% of people have have anxiety around trying to order a bath off line, right? So figuring out what it is that you like and how for it and I think that that shows up in all different areas of Our Lives. So also like like you're inside now that we're doing online events. My next goal is to really train other trainers in doing this right or two people but the idea of being able to share an experience and build up other military folks to be able to train to be able to do this themselves and not military too. But I just think it's uh a great opportunity for store, you know interested in in doing some kind of training or interested in in wanting itself and there's another lesson there if we have time. Yeah, so so how is it you're integrating educating people about wine in integrating mindfulness with that? Yeah. That's a great question. So, you know, we look at all five of our senses and those who are dead. Always have been mindfulness experts for hundreds of years. You have to get really familiar with what's in that glass to be able to understand what it is and we add in the additional, you know, the additional element of trying not to judge trying not to I feel like that's our our number one go to like, oh, I like this or I don't like this but rather than I like. I don't like it. It's what do I notice? What did I notice about that if you like it or you don't like it just figure out what it is that you noticed and then you can start to discern what page that you like and you don't like interesting and Is it really like are you really using mindful techniques integrate? Like is it more like a wine analogy like find out what what you noticed about the taste of the wine and then fouled you notice about you know, mindfulness or you know in the therapeutic sense. Yeah, I would be cautious about saying that it's therapy because it although it is for me. It's not everyone. Absolutely. I mean once you start to become an expert in mindfulness, right and and we're all dead those of us are on that work through that but mindfulness is really about noticing what the experience is and then being able to experience it without judging it and that is that the essence of mindfulness really and being able to notice it on multiple layers. So what do you feel off? Now, what do you taste? What do you see? What do you hear and great grounding technique and it works in a lot of different ways but it just so happens that wine happen with a really good conduit for doing that activity interesting. Okay, so I'm curious like however, whatever you're willing to share on the business model side of things off. How is it you're able to generate revenue or at least you want to go back and how you got started and where you're at where you're at and how you're you know producing Revenue now. Yeah. Yeah for sure. I think that's important lesson when we first started we started out with a direct sales company. And so we learned from that some things about wine. It was also some things about sales and I took it out really quickly. I didn't want to be slipping line and then on top of that, you know, we we were wrapping from a really quality brand but the company disappeared and with it. So did you know the entire business model and the way we were making money at that time? And so we again we had to and I said, you know, I don't actually want to be dealing with selling that's not really where my competency is and that's not where my passion is. And so I started to look at the aspects of that that I really really liked right the things that really spoke to me and and to Aaron as well and those were more around the and the the teaching and the the sharing that information age. So with our current business model under the you know, covid-19 ditions the new normal, we are setting up classes ahead of time and folks. Can I join in online website and we all share wine. Sometimes we'll have a list of here are the things you need to bring to the session ahead of time. So, yep. Like tasting elements or it's a particular type in ETC will ask, you know, young participants will get an advance that information and then they register and they take the class and we received Revenue, you know from every person who registers for that class their bunch of different business models, but that's the one we're currently doing. Yeah, you know, I think years ago, I remember those wage direct sales wine companies where you go over to someone's house for a wine tasting party and there'd be a rep there and they'd run you through the whole thing and they're like, we just happen to have cases of wine for.

Canada Aaron
"kellie " Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"kellie " Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"It can make it really difficult for couples and for families a lot of times because you have to be both independent and dependent at the same time. So my hat's off to all of those families who serve together. Yeah for sure take off date that so talk to us a little bit about Aaron after you retired looking to get jobs and you guys somehow got to get this entrepreneur off fever going on. So tell us about what the transition was like and how you get into entrepreneurship and starting experience mindfulness. My transaction was pretty easy to be in, Georgia. A military officer. I I I picked up a job right away and continue to work ever since retirement. But Kev is the real entrepreneur of this relationship and I consider myself a big Force multiplier. I use all my military experience all my life a college education to back and support Kelly with her entrepreneurial ideas, and she's had a couple of them but experience wine fulness always tell you how experienced mindfulness came about right sounds great. Yeah. Well and some of that too was after you know, after you retiring not wanting to move to the east coast not wanting to live in DC. We wanted to stay in Hawaii. We wanted to maintain, you know, the life that we had started here and when we when we first started date, so I'm home. So marriage and family therapist by training mostly work couples counseling and so one of the natural things that I I'm asking couples about and and you know, if I'm talking to you guys say how do you manage stress if I'm talking to a woman usually I'll say what do you do for self care? And you know, I find time and time again. Somebody would be like, well I drink wine and I was get very excited cuz I'm a super-quick dork. Thanks to Aaron. He created a monster on that one and you know while we were dating and I like em at home some large bottle of pink wine. I'm using my air quotes there and he was like, oh, I think we're going to have to break up and I said well when you start paying off my wine, you can dictate what it is that I drink and so from there he was like, okay, I will and he started introducing me to you know, more interesting and better quad. Wines and then that turned into trips around, you know around wine really right visiting Wineries and families and you know that are often run by families. And so when I started making that connection I've since gone through my first certification towards my Smalley a training and done tons of em, we call it home study tons of that. So when I really started thinking about and and during my training how personal wine is is very very personal. Um, and so when you go through Smalley a training they are teaching you to be to learn a language that everybody speaks the same language so that we all thought the same thing just like in the military, right? You have to learn all the acronyms you have to understand what you know, what everything means it's it's own kind of subgroup and for me with wine, it's showing wage. Ghibli personal in there so so many options for everyone that I thought man. What if we could turn this experience of what somebody's doing already into a lesson in my life lesson for those, you know who are are experiencing PTSD or other really high trauma stress mindfulness is like one of the most powerful things that we can do and so we started out with our original class called experience wine fullness and it's a meditation in a glass and then we moved from there to doing some like Wine and Food mate pairing made easily. And then we also did we also do a class called Mind Body Balance which is you know, movements and a glass and a couple of other fun things and the goal was just to make it really approachable and easy and to change dog. Way, we look at experience wine and and it's wine agnostic cuz you can do it with a glass of water really it's not as much fun, but you could potentially walk and so the the skill set and and the the ability to get that the ground Foundation it just has taken off and we've done it off for like festivals and we've partnered up with Wineries and we partnered up with restaurants and small organizations to be able to bring this series. And so yeah, that's awesome. Hey, we're going to take a quick break and we're going to be right back. I have several credit cards with Navy Federal personal and business cards. Did you know what she assures credit card from Navy Federal Credit Union, you can earn one and half percent cashback on every purchase your rewards won't expire while your account is open and you can redeem them as soon as they're earned who doesn't love getting cash off. Plus the cash rewards card is contact list so you can make payments quickly securely with just the tap of your card speaking rewards. You can get a Navy Federal auto loan and reward yourself with a new car off and is easy. You can do it on your mobile app online or by phone and so fast you can get decision in seconds right now Rachel as low as 1.79% APR plus you could estimate monthly payments with their online auto loan calculator before you apply. So whether it's your first car or your dream car Navy Federal can help you cruise into a monthly payment. You can afford at Navy Federal. The members are the mission insured by ncua open to Armed Forces DOD veterans and their families credit collateral subject to approval rates subject to change and are based on credit worthiness rate available for new vehicles message and data rates may apply visit navyfederal.org for more information and to apply This year started off strong and then we were all surprised at how quickly things change twenty-twenty has been the year been certainty. So how can your business plan for the unexpected as entrepreneurs? Whether you're launching your first business office in your current business or in need of extra support to complete a project fiber's Global Network of on-demand freelance. Talent is here to help you can find what you're looking for instantly. It's easy customize your search by subject is dead line price reviews and more no more guessing games, you know exactly what you're paying for it upfront no negotiated needed and they have 24/7 customer service fiber is a network box quality Talent you can count on Freelancers have worked with some of the most influential brands in the world find Freelancers that are ready when you are fibers platform is flexible enough to accommodate and manage the ebb and flow of business check out fiber.com and receive 10% off your first order by using my code veteran find all the Digital Services. You need one place at f i v e r r e e Dot-com code veteran again. That's fiber.com code veteran right back talking with Aaron and Kelly Johnson from experience wife on this. So before the break your legs were just getting started talking about what you guys are actually doing with experience mindfulness. So my question is, what is it? You guys, do you have people over and have a wine house party? Do you meet at Gallery? What kind of things are you doing to bring people into the world of wine in in integrating, you know, essentially, you.

Navy Federal Credit Union Aaron Navy Federal Kelly Johnson Georgia PTSD officer Smalley Kev Hawaii Ghibli ground Foundation DOD Rachel
City of Kirkland, Seattle, Strongly Encourages Businesses to Close on June 1 at 1 p.m. Due to Risk of Looting

KIRO Nights

01:13 min | 1 year ago

City of Kirkland, Seattle, Strongly Encourages Businesses to Close on June 1 at 1 p.m. Due to Risk of Looting

"The city of Kirkland put out a notice today and encourage businesses to close at one PM and secure their buildings and and valuables and that came after authorities say that they received a tip through social media that rights to take that place this evening in downtown Kirkland here's a city spokeswoman Kellie Stickney we have received information that there could potentially be a protest downtown in Kirkland today does well as this other associated criminal activity that seems to be seizing on the opportunity of these protests like many CD is city leadership's Stickney claims that Kirkland's police department supports peaceful protests our hearts go out to the family of George Wade we condemn the acts that occurred in order absolutely supportive of people using their freedom of speech but we also need to get her the criminal acts including that's occurred in several other cities have now imposed curfews for the public the running list so far Bellevue that starts at this started at five and lasts until five AM tomorrow all burn starts at nine PM that's to five A. M. it's a clause curfew is about forty five minutes from now to six AM and Lin wood is five PM already going until five

Kirkland Kellie Stickney George Wade Bellevue Lin Wood
"kellie " Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"kellie " Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"All the time and I need so much? Yeah thank thank God. I've got them seriously. Did you find it hard at the beginning? Being a working mom my God of course I have inter occurred shift and such a massive change in a having to at the same time member do in China Chinese self takes could not get get my house into gay. We're getting them in into town and cabinet might come a mate man of and a DVD so tight and have two balances and be have my legs tight same time without crying. It was hard ties multitask until another level. Just GonNa Image if you yeah. It's yeah as being tricky and a also get into this right now but kind of day but financially just even going guy for no additional. Not Putting him into Cho- KAFFA half a day to get to get to somewhere to learn lines as like a hundred quid a popular because of having the taste so I wasn't able to go to some the INS and a member. Today they were like twenty one days and when to Newcastle for Ken Loach Chemistry Tests Is. I knew Blake and I was breaking done. Had Ninety minutes slate if that than with me because my husband was working as a teacher at the time and say he have any paternity left because we were in hospital offer yet oxide to two weeks and yeah just these matt had this mad crazy addition on really wanted to do it but I was alive with shop. Yes Not Naturally. Today is really difficult when you can only imagine like twins white will furnace needs to be put on the table and bills to be paid by needs to look after these two maids. Trial doesn't work but I can't put them in CABOT DOTS bread expensive and also be with the Missouri high on also you live in London. Yeah I remember when I lived in London for a short period of time when he was very very little and we had to put 'em into intellect daynuss right. I believe the prices expensive I mean is much more expensive as is anything with London. There are not just a book by consumers. This morning it was five. Quit while I mean it was not now. You can quit for bike and boy. It'd be nine I'm pay probably fourteen hundred. Say I'm not flying the flag for the North Pole. Yes it is to place to live. I love out there. Tell me about where did you grow up?.

London Blake matt Ken Loach Cho- KAFFA CABOT DOTS North Pole China Chinese Newcastle Missouri
"kellie " Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"kellie " Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"She did. Bring me some chocolate biscuits. This is episode one hundred sixteen with the brilliant Kelly Shirley and joy. You'll see you at the end. Kelly Shirley I want to tell me why already now. You're one of my favorite guests so far. You know why because I'm not because you'RE ORANGE. That will be three things only two things. To tell you your fiber won- he turned up two minutes before the ten thirty slot. So you're already had vivere already. I pray and you brought a packet of chocolate hobnobs with you. The only the only other person it's a to bring presents I believe was Vicky McClure and episode one. She she she gave his biscuits and things that are out and check back. Thanks a cake as well to cake. Every my Li- joy I did the weekend because passing down one and it was a horrible. My little boy. I'm we wanted to go swimming. So we went to the baths and obviously everybody the same idea. The Queue was coming out of the door and he just turns anyone. She'll not on my song. Let's not do this so I said why. Don't we go and bake chocolate chip cookies? Now I am not. I like to cook. I'm no Baker at all. We did a huge success. I doubt replaced. I'm not getting into Bacon thing now though as not not. I haven't liked opened a door and I'm going to start biking to more. I liked just played by what I'm cocaine instead of measuring things. I'M GONNA time for all the patients die. Do it. Then don't do Mary Berry pickup. That fine not out to be honest. Is that not going sooner? The kids because the so-called afterwards you know you're going to have a swim and five minutes is good and then you freeze in your low key. Together there's little classes or over the floor and Senate. She tells them because disgusting. We know I mean it's the only big gripe isn't it is a bit murky. You're always the last one to get dry. Obviously after after. Put your children before yourself. Apparently so people just shivering. Got Two kids twin. Oh my God tell me does four. They are amazing that the best thing if funny they love my giants. I think I'm most really are. They are my number one fans and I just said honestly I I love him so much we work of course but they're just starting to play together a bit more and can leave him for forty five minutes can have a and then come back and the fall you know you. Laughing at says is not work. I've only got one and I find that out. You Find The Times that would be a good parent. Isn't it because they need so much attention all the time and I need so much? Yeah thank thank God. I've got them seriously. Did you find it hard at the beginning? Being a working mom my God of course I have inter.

Vicky McClure Kelly Shirley cocaine Li Mary Berry Senate Baker
Seattle: 12 quarantined Kirkland firefighters showing 'flu-like' symptoms

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Seattle: 12 quarantined Kirkland firefighters showing 'flu-like' symptoms

"There have now been a total of at least nine deaths due to the corona virus in Washington state eight have come from king county one Snohomish county a majority of those deaths are connected to life care center of Kirkland nursing home that has become ground zero for the outbreak in the U. S. the state health department now says there have been a total of twenty seven confirmed cases of covert nineteen including those nine deaths more than two hundred additional people remain under observation researchers at Fred Hutch and the university of Washington say there's evidence the virus may have been circulating in the state for up to six weeks undetected if true that could mean there are hundreds of undiagnosed cases in the area and we are getting word this afternoon that a dozen first responders who answered the call to help patients at that life center in Kirkland appear now to be sick call most Charlie harder with the story BladeCenter is where most of the corona virus victims who died were staying city of Kirkland spokesperson Kellie Stickney tales como thirty firefighters and police officers responded to approximately ten calls to that nursing home in the two weeks leading to the first coronavirus confirmation we currently have a twenty six firefighters that are in quarantine and three police officers be of twelve first responders that are currently showing symptoms none of them have required hospitalization Stickney says there are around a hundred firefighters in Kirkland meaning a quarter of the entire department is under quarantine right

King County Snohomish County Fred Hutch Kirkland Charlie Bladecenter Washington Kirkland Nursing University Of Washington Kellie Stickney
4 dead, unknown suspects at large after 10 people shot at California football watch party

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

4 dead, unknown suspects at large after 10 people shot at California football watch party

"Police are still searching today for total gun man they say killed four people and wounded six others at a football watch party in Fresno Sunday night officials say they think they're shooting targeted members of the city is among community KCRW's Kelly wells has details Fresno police called it a targeted act of violence against among community the two suspects entered the backyard through an unlocked gate and shot ten people before fleeing all four people killed were Fresno residents one of them was twenty three year old ji Li a well known singer in the monk community who has racked up millions of views on YouTube now the city is creating a task force to handle the increased violence against Fresno southeast Asian residents in the uptake in violent gang activity there witnesses say it was too dark to see the suspects behind the flashes of light from the firing gun both shooters are still at large KCRW's Kellie

Fresno Kcrw Kelly Wells Youtube Kellie Football Twenty Three Year
"kellie " Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

13:18 min | 2 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Of course around the country and Churchill today by the way it's nice very nice card and the race the kind of caught my eye the sex mile on the turf for two year old fillies and the most actually had to start the few sisters Judd Mont hard-spun Philly Trapeze eum looks interesting and looks like she's working well for debut and of Course Bill Maher has changed his Mo and Can Pop with the first or after a long sea stretch when when he couldn't racing picks up here tomorrow and the Lore restricted mile turf is the feature and there's a couple of good good maiden happens to be a interesting maiden race there's the two year old fillies going a mile on the main so things starting to pick up toward the weekend and you can pick up Kelly Riley's voluminous analysis of the international participants and nobody nobody combs through these international horses to find every about them like Kelly does and then she feels compelled to communicate everything it's like the the information has to come out of you Kellyanne and down on paper Thirty pages worth of insights good morning good morning hoppy to the ANA so disgusting international Super Kelly I gotta ask how much of the research because it's not possible to just get the pre entries on last Monday you're obviously tracking the international horses all year long and we've talked to other times and we've talked about your reports for Ascot and and for the Dubai et Cetera but how many horses are you tracking as we approach the pre entries and then how much of that work that is augmented after the pre entry day it would be much easier and probably prolong my life span if I really were on top of every single horse going in to reentry but the truth is there's so much else that I have to do cover and be involved in that I read reduced like I'm playing catch up a lot and I was watching the MARTINIS meeting in Europe and I keeping keeping tabs on the majors dealt with over there and seeing divisions are shaping up so certainly I have monitoring it to a certain extent but when it comes to like really getting in the weeds on the courses I really am ah round the clock like for the last week and a half just going back and watch and we're watching replays and really digging in you know looking up old news reports and everything so there is a part of it is just kind of your keeping the pulse as leading dollars is a lot easier if I could just immediately say oh yes you know like I remember that horse three months ago but occasionally there will be something that that as I'm watching the race live during one of the Martine meetings I said I will kind of make a mental note about horse like you know one of the perfect examples really by can juvenile turf sprint with your alligator alley he's got to one in there in the morning line eighteen that race would immediately put him in a note book because it was just that sets run with the total mass look more like a rugby ball something stretch on and yet he's still recovered the finish second to a really good selling liberty beach so when I saw that I thought you gotTa Watch that alligator alley so occasionally you might have a horse like that stays in the fine you happen to see you know when when clapping and but but more often than not it's more a matter of just you're going back and doing a lot of the elbow grease heat up to the stop and I glad you started with the juvenile turf sprint because it is the place it's kind of funny zero international participation in the Saturday turf sprint and yet you know half the field international participants in the Juve's and let's start worked there Kellyanne I'm already getting nice notes from on twitter somebody just said let me see who it is said Mark Mustafa saying out tell Kelly this year's scouting report is outstanding so there you go wonderful the main thing I really just wanted to provide much information and some with some degree of analysis and opinion but my main mission is to provide the information reader you know dictate your picks Adam Strategy from there so I'm so glad that it's serving the purpose well and when you look at at the juvenile because it's it's such a funny such a funny circumstance around the history of of the route races where the the phillies have been have been a very difficult assignment for the internationals as opposed to the boys and when we look at the juvenile turf sprint this is only the second official year there has been some some tinkering and actually when they when they had the one that I think high tail one I can't remember of euros came for that one I didn't look at that chart but it gives us a feel for this group because they do feel even with Wesley Ward a serious presence in the juvenile turfs Brent it does feel like these international participants have a big shot in ear definitely with the the leading national allie certainly properly horace and he won the Norfolk very impressive we were last night even though the margin wasn't that big he traveled really wealthy take quickened and Frankie Dettori out but he was kind of idle in the end what Ventura rebel come from coast to him but the thing that really sticks out about that not only did he really us just visually in that race but the fact that you know the toy felt strongly that he wanted better ground and of course north on soft ground and he has since act one the flying shoulders and talk to Sir on on good going and I thought he traveled better even in that race that he had on southbound Alaska so if you're if you're good enough Roy last night race on a surface that's not quite your ideal recidivist coke well enough with it but if you can do that and you're working from ground that much Aug. Go ahead and also tone sign and Christopher you have to kind of an offer he had said that he was really like like a proper seal type like small and need I think that's the other thing which is what for you juvenile's a is it a horse that's already peaking at two this is vague to create not as good as they are going to be a very good they're not really not quite looking ahead to next year with them and thinking they'll develop into something even more than what they've shown so far Brooke Horse who basically looks like a straight two year old hype Stevie precocious that power going to be the type of campaign here that might explain also partly European pop up big president Juvenal Spike because their courses are pretty much at the peak right now so you're GonNa go you're GonNa go places you're going for the big prize while while you know they're at the top of their game whereas Kurt Sprint proper of course European still been shut out of that race I manage to win it and I think partly case of you already know what the historical record is so you're gonna go there maybe not be at your best dazzling five phones around the turn there whereas with the babies they're still the maybe they're not quite as as set as as the older sprinters are who already accomplished going on the straightaway totally different ballgame going high and there's two aspects of this that I want you to address and it doesn't it isn't just about this particular race it it's about euros in general a five furlong turf sprint obviously you blow the break here you've got problems and in one note that you've seen consistent instant amongst these starters and these horses all are really experienced you've got these six participants have made five eight nine in six starts compared to a lot of the domestic runners that are making typically a third fourth and maybe even a fifth st art but I I saw as I read how often you talked about the horses that didn't break well and euros come over here and it's it's very typical that they do not get out of the gate the way our horses do and of course you know we've got the Lucas's and Baffert's that that basically came from quarterhorse backgrounds Bret Calhoun etc that that really drill their babies to break running and how much of a compromise or or how much how badly compromised are are these two year olds in the spotlight this if they don't get out of the gate I mean you couldn't much can't catch off you know I it really difficult and that's partly you can try try that dress that by preparing them knowing that they're gonNA have to better but I mean habits and of course being two year old in general you can you can never crow on on especially the big occasion and then might get shafted or you know whatever so it can never be sure if they're gonNA break even the serve the been prepared to in his that you're you're hoping that they at least get off to reasonable beginning and that's one thing that I thought was to go back to another in his favourite timing I would specifically broadened to Wolverhampton for a workout that he could get used to navigating turn at speed knowing that he's Gonna have to be that here so I think that's one of the things that the horsemen can try try to be proactive and just get them in the minds of the company are going to have to do before the other part of this and and you talk about negotiating the turn and deterrent comes up quick obviously in a five for long-term sprint and about what I think half of these have run on the straight including Ali and then the other half including let's see Dr Simpson He had left hander so did dream shot band practice who seems very interesting band practice has only run on the straight same with Alli gator alley how you know how how do you typically treat this when it comes to making the transition from the straight to the turn I would hope and this is where it gets more on trying to extrapolate from watching them in the races I think so much just depends on the individuals that alligator alley adding blinkers here you know he might that might make him a little bit sharper more responsive possibly with that unpack that she looks like a work in progress where she worked still really green and her I see writers and and that to me with her she looks just he really has like road to speed things on the inside like Gosh I hope I hope she really you can can navigate that term well because she she looks like the first races she's trying to basically coordinator south and of course with Kiel's growing and changing and developing you know maybe she's fine by now but that was the one thing to me six so that everybody knows who we're talking about band practice for Archie Watson and James State's got dream shot as well as alligator alley Joseph O'Brien Tom Dascomb with Dr Simpson and then a further outside Ali Simon Christopher going to be the vying for favouritism with Wesley Ward four wheel drive and then King Neptune Aidan O'Brien some thoughts about what we've which of these six rank them up and down well on I think we have to rank pop of international.

Churchill Christopher two year five furlong three months
"kellie " Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"For Horses legible for the Kentucky Thoroughbred Development Fund Kentucky is a good place to raise your Kentucky bred come home to Kentucky and make a star or skills dot com defective tiny saving painful Revolution Benders Rabi the general chronic invoice owned other vendors who can pay through horse bills dot com for just canals working have minutes are easy and some have our team take over your bookkeeping for continuing to do it yourself subscription fee checkout Toriola Dot Com to chat and get started today for free for spills dot com toll free number eight nine four six four three you know on Sirius. Xm Mom Ah yeah forty minutes in on Wednesday midweek here racing.

Toriola Dot Com Kentucky Thoroughbred Developm Kentucky forty minutes
"kellie " Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

17:58 min | 2 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Sirius Xm Ford's presents raises with Steve The horse racing handicapping interviews this is Laurie who's with stupid the Nida Breeders Cup Twenty nineteen a very good Wednesday race Vance series through nineteen talk about that in a second Sirius Xm to a one sports oh nine sixty four you're listening to Siriusxm online at websites the VIC dot com and I mentioned about about serious we learned a lot yesterday about satellite technology there W- There was the weirdest thing apparently about fifteen percents radio's fifteen percent that were that are somehow service out of the Atlanta Engineering it's who I didn't even know there was Atlanta engineering had some issue yesterday and we we got like a smattering of people saying are you not on the channel and it affected apparently certain kinds of radios the certain whatever certain there are obviously we all have different issues and with the different kinds of Sirius radios could acquire over the recent here's a really interesting later in the day because we were researching engineering was confused and then they got to the bottom of it and I I think that they know what happened and hopefully one hundred percent of you are hearing the discussions today three hours and and we have to look back before we look ahead because yesterday as soon as we got off the air in addition to researching the engineering the word came that Max `field was being withdrawn adding used whatever term you want to demur declared really especially after having talked to brandon on the fly on Monday feel terrible for Godolphin but everybody very STOIC and understanding of the situation he just yesterday they did not like the way he was traveling and in fact they they kind of broke off things and and brought him back to the barn and it didn't take too long for the decision to be made and the diagnostics continue something in the right front was was just a mess and so obvious and no no initial issues that were immediately apparent that normally would be so no choice but to pull back and wait with Max field for some of the even bigger goals ahead I don't WanNa say bigger goals because Breeders Cup juvenile obviously a big goal but there will be plenty of opportunities down the road so Max `field comes out and that leaves us with the field of eight four Friday for the juvenile for the feature and I thought I thought unquote. In particular the Dale Romans Romans I thought he was the horse to beat and that was that was very gracious of Dale to say under the circumstance and Baffert talked about being very sympathetic knowing what it's like when you know when American Pharaoh couldn't participate and which at the time felt was the biggest disappointment of his career so Godolphin plays on the biggest thing Ages and Jimmy Belt actually I thought his too was was appropriate where he said it's hard but it's easy then maybe Steve forty-five minutes later word circulated that Doug O'Neil was taking the same precautions with Landis Gog and his situation you know even even more of a of a murky just not one hundred percent this doesn't like the way the worse was acting and just didn't feel like he could go into the race if he was going to be less than one hundred percent they're not gonNA participate great and Doug O'Neill I thought same thing just you can't even call it airing on the side of caution it's just taking the appropriate precautions so you can take Landis Scott who was the eight out of the juvenile out of the juvenile out of the sprint and able to do obviously disappointed from that standpoint and loses amount but leaves us with nine and imperial hint moves in one and Mattera and of course with whitmore now lining up next to imperial in that's that that's kind of notable because and I hadn't thought about this until now looking down at the at the list that puts imperial hint you know a jump into the race with chance a lot is inside and land skied who himself was going to contribute certainly to the pace and now with him out of the out of the lineup you do get the sense that imperial hint depending on how Castellano wants to play it now gets a chance to kind of walk and and sit off the hip of chance a lot interesting and of course the terrorist sky and the suggestion made yesterday that you know who was I talking to I guess it was Dandy he's not so convinced that Mattera sky is going to be able to keep up with with the likes of imperial hint and chance a lot so to developments obviously that affect things that I've clearly Melendez scoggins nicer horses he is you didn't necessarily have him have the involved in your sprint considerations I wouldn't imagine and Max field the much bigger obviously Bigger story and I would imagine that you know for those that are putting things together the the two horses that stop in everybody's considerations not everybody's but you know depending how you're looking at the race I would say that scabbard of course becomes the the other horse with eight rings and Dennis's moment and I still I still feel like I'm going to involve show the court I started court excuse me in some way way shape or form so we'll get everybody's added insights as the next couple of days unfold and into Friday's juvenile action and I as I As I said to Jennifer white noise saw earlier this morning and I said well let's hope that we can keep every buddy from this point on that I mean there's nothing nothing more frustrating than has disappointing really then getting this close to these kinds of opportunities and having you know having a problem and having to withdraw once things have already been established so will establish a lot of international conversation I think today and plenty of pedigree to Kelly Reilly we're GonNa talk to Kelly from Brazil slash twin spires she put together a fact Ed brought this up with that did on Friday she's put together a thirty thirty page report addressing every angle international participant and she basically walks through their background and their race career their preferences for footing and styles and we won't go over all all of the international entrance they don't want to take away the don't want to take away her thunder from all the work she did but it as always she is so thorough and does a beautiful job so we will look forward Kelly Reilly visit plead for peace going through it's GonNa come out this morning and sit in for as long as he wants said Fernando the top of our to sire watch pedigree focus brought to you by hill and Dale and sit speaking of international he wrote a wrote a piece that used laforce actually as a focal point and talked about German breeding and is placement and pedigrees and what it what it brings to the party generally Madero and you think of the the the hardiness that the German pedigree influences that they are generally acknowledged to bring what kind of a hearty rangy there's a lot of acknowledgement that you fold some some German blood into the into your breeding and you get a dose of hardiness that's that's probably the last sit about your bone bone density bold things like that I do remember that was warded off years ago a violent shoe back to not not fall into the the trap of always saying that the German pedigree horses love soft going that I remember that was always had fever of Allen's and he he would he would go crazy if you if you brought up the soft going and how the German worse was would get over it that's a that's an olive alive stay out Scott Hazelton for DVD is going to swing by and I put out a of requested Richmond Glory and hopefully we can get big in with them and of course the two of them were so good together and Whenever I have an opportunity to have rich and Scott talk together we do it and hopefully rich right now he's might be out might be tending to the to the barn duties at his place so as soon as we hear from me and we'll maybe confirm and also international Nick Luck at some point and if we're not sure if we'll be today if it's not today will be tomorrow and of course always the potential for a drive by in fact speaking of some of the the drive-by visits so Carlos Martin first thing this morning and Carlos on hand for come dancing I told them you know very excited for Carlos to have this kind of an opportunity and as we discussed yesterday in fact feels like she's got she's got a a a real chance to impact the affiliate and Mayor Sprint one of the things I WanNa do it today tomorrow and into Friday one also talk about the the favorites and the vulnerabilities the the ones that people are viewing as less reliable as the ones you're gonNA lean on and the ones that you wanna take a shot against and after the raw on Monday if people have now had a good you know twenty four hours to absorb the way the the races unfold so we'll do some of that as well and Mike Walsh I gotta get to to Mike and I did acknowledge the the the tweet I've gotta reach out Gary Young and because people are very curious how remade out yesterday on the golf course so we'll get we'll get an answer we'll get an answer there I love it we're going to take a break and come back and set up with Kelly Reilly as we do that I WANNA get in a couple of pieces of news just because you know the the industry and things continue to happen aside from here obviously there was a notable meeting on Monday the Kentucky Drug and Research Council which you know is a an underpinning of the KHRC and in fact as I go to talk about this there's banks from blood horse who I think wrote the piece that I'm going to reference the the drug and Research Council refused to not approve but to recommend the proposal about the lace phase out for Kentucky and a five to three vote and most notably the the five that voted against are actual veterinarians who deal with actual horses and the recommendation the the in one direction or another isn't anything that necessarily demands the KHRC follow it it's the recommendations recommendation but the the concept not not being recommended for approval by the the drugs Research Council group so we'll see how that plays out then of course this all comes from you know the the missive from earlier in the year from the strong rope and their suggestion and and exploitation to the rest of the industry to follow them and they're attempts to change the narrative from what was happening here program announcement four turf way to and also out of that meeting I should mention one extra day for Kentucky downs so they'll have sex instead of five days turf way with a terrific the purse boosts we had heard about and and kind of assumed with Churchill's involvement also piece of news Syrup Toga didn't have specifics but Nyerere saying yesterday that you can expect the same template for the summer season next year so the five days eight weeks so back it up from Labor Day and pick your weekends come for the Heat stay with us no wait a minute let me try to discuss that with Tina we're going to discuss the international writers Kelly Reilly next rely would say that the data the.

Atlanta Godolphin Sirius Ford Siriusxm Dale Romans Romans Steve Vance Laurie brandon Dale Baffert Jimmy one hundred percent five days forty-five minutes twenty four hours fifteen percent eight weeks three hours
"kellie " Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

"Not that good. You have a good team. Good depend on you. Yeah, pretty good offense. Okay. But you not that good. You know. Yeah. As you people. Had another guy, you insisted that that he is going to be a quarterback and he never was good in the NFL. When when Kellie Kellie Kellie you're just you're just getting brainwashed. By the media Kelly, you're getting brainwashed by the media t t Tiba Tiba was good enough to play. The media was just holding them back because of his religion. From this. I always remember that mill game that he wanted against the fluke. KOMO dumbest cornerback I've ever seen the Steelers, but again. Place. But again, the reason why steals were so in this array with that play was because they're starting, there's starting safety couldn't play because he had had a single cell so he couldn't play. Reading? Yeah, he couldn't play Mohi. So, yeah, the secondary was always going to be screwed up for that game. You know. I mean. All right. Ryan Clark was like unable. I mean, now he's on ESPN, but he talks about it. It's like he couldn't play in Denver. So like again, when he when you are missing, you're starting strong safety and he is the linchpin of calling out the coverages and you have a bunch of blown coverages. Guess what? It's a case of, hey, we did have our signal caller and we blew a bunch of coverages..

Kellie Kellie Kellie Tiba Tiba Ryan Clark NFL KOMO Steelers Denver Kelly Mohi ESPN mill
"kellie " Discussed on Easily Offended

Easily Offended

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on Easily Offended

"Mom says biz dev receiving the second one where he said trying to come kill the divest divest he came in he was mean you know he he said the whole story you know said he passed out down gone with driving will all type of say oh i have my zone on me because you know i'm a hot how you doing you go you you you the muslim radio up no you like that again this is where people get confused people getting confused like this is just wrap this is cool to them hot one start touching the negative negative like fold you going to jail all you too all going to jail fool you every thakur but death how eventually go because nowadays even so people hemley teller you know what i'm saying i think like shit is so much kellie jolly is different just really toys just leave me opne personally leave me alone i don't wanna problem with nobody because i don't want to have to really do something i'm scared problems what you see now i looked like everybody won't problem this looking like this one guy looked like about what you everybody so went up asking a question right so we see recently video by the way live shit that video your thank you and so we see a video you know you out as it looked like you what your woman and a child are jazzy she rabbit dushi right these bars or did you better than us but.

kellie jolly
"kellie " Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on Dari and Mel

"Way it what we recruited ryan kellie how to ravens cross high school in in raleigh for two and a half years and towards the end of his recruitment we go into the school one morning and and their head coach goes hey mike called from beijing last night he says before ryan does anything we'd like to talk to him and i looked at my assistant pack kelsea not go man we are in trouble we recruited to care for two and a half years duke recruited in for a month he wants to do i never believed might did anything wrong to this day i know mike never did anything wrong so when we were there there was such a collegiate reality you believe that and i you know for the most part except for one or two guys i'd now learned that there's we're doing things the right way so that that that's just the way you conducted that's just the way you conducted business and and i am really surprised with sean naylor i've known shawn miller you know i grew up 45 minutes from pittsburgh since she was playing in high school and plain ted and when i heard that i i i was like i was flabbergasted but you know what now there's guys making so much money they feel like they got a secure you know i coached in the mac the metro atlanta athletic conflict in the northeast at loyola i was making sixty five thousand dollars there's coaches in at league now that are making 700 in seven hundred fifty thousand dollars so you know what they are tempted they are tempted to light keep this job to make this money to keep things on i i might have to do something because you know what i'm making a lot of money right now and i think there is pressure because all the money the coaches are making not just to win but to keep their jobs keep the salary coming in to do that you know i never dreamed of doing it in in one of the things that i'm most proud of is like how how we conducted business but i i you know there's guys out there that those that don't care about that that aspect of it great to have you along with us it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless best phones best networks no contracts former wake forest head coach dino gadio board of.

ryan kellie raleigh mike sean naylor pittsburgh loyola ravens cross high school beijing shawn miller atlanta dino gadio seven hundred fifty thousand d sixty five thousand dollars 45 minutes
"kellie " Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on The Morning Roast

"Zakho down through videos of avidly i mean it's just you know like the point is that it is so right so dome it is so restrictive and most importantly i'm using my whistle again it's anti american cadeau's that's the main issue here this is just not fair it doesn't make sense it's just like its total charade or a lotta levels but again they're professionals the use all their time to play football you're not afforded the same opportunities in school dominic fox with if he were here we'll tell you about that he knows full well all up how we miss helmet though i know he became clear a less take smartphones over the next segment minute oh yeah let's do it let's take any more people online we're going on hiatus it's the morning roast just say no coming back more of your phone calls or he's been radio would if i told you all it took was a pair who live the most famous gambler in the world was accused of cheating he knows multiple billions of dollars in a female accomplice my name is challenging son everybody communists kellie kellie saw preval most dangerous crash in the world the all new thirty for thirty podcasts subscribe now and he is being apple apple podcast thirty for thirty podcast is presented by many were finding the best sports stories from you right now and to do that were behind the wheel of a new many countrymen the biggest yet lease proceed too long to find great sports stories if the get out into the world and follow your instincts that's where the new many countryman's all wheel drive comes in hand with all four we can chase down a story in the city the country in most places in between no matter what story you're chasing the new many countrymen will help you find it is available now and so were thirty for 30 podcasts.

football dominic fox kellie kellie
"kellie " Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"What if i told you all it took was a pair to it all he'll live the most famous gambler in the world was accused of cheating seino's multiple billions of dollars and a female accomplice my name is challenging the sun everybody called me to say kellie kellie saw is probably the most dangerous trash and the world the all new thirty for thirty podcasts subscribe now and he is being apple apple podcast thirty for thirty podcast is presented by many were finding the best sports stories for you right now and to do that were behind the wheel of a new many countrymen the biggest yet lease proceed too to find great sports stories if the get out into the world and follow your instincts that's where the new many countryman's all wheel drive comes in hand with all four we can chase down a story in the city the country in most places in between no matter what store you're chasing the new many countrymen will help you find it is available now and so were thirty for 30 podcasts god cease he's the best st paul find bomb show podcast duran dell the welltravelled schiller man bill stewart always great to see you of graduations on this new adventure i've been reading in hearing a lot about it i don't know how much the audience knows shouaa as we welcome you here in settling tell us so what you have been doing the last few months.

bill stewart kellie kellie apple
"kellie " Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"For the ryan and kellie kellie and ryan kellyanne andy appearance uh you know that video was of us cooking the stake but the irons out was posted on the killian roy facebook page which then jesse brought up the comments that the people who normally has olynyk kelly rai has led it when this happen i don't know what it is but i love it when i hit you can only imagine what the average uh viewer of kelly and ryan they thought we were highly intelligent thoughtful human genes who know or culinary expertise zacklin so there were there comments life you know essentially who are these fools why did you have them on this is not safe they ruined an iron opioid nece keaton a fouriron slow right people who are just not ruined now riots probably wouldn't enjoy our content but then jesse was pointing out the fact that an good number of mythical beasts had gone in defended us and she was like um and they defeated universe thoughtful way it was like very tactful and there were like these are and people say something like you know denied have a sense of humor or whatever button um you know you don't have to you don't have to fill the need to to defend his but i do appreciate it when you do but if it it the crowd wasn't necessarily ready for what we were going to do but the crowd in the studio was very he ran suet very responsive and the moment while we walked out therefore rehearsal and they were.

kellie kellie kelly rai ryan jesse killian roy
"kellie " Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"All disguises sat in the real world and it took me a second belie unau he's fictional not he's not a real guy but like how can i step at saw their if he's in this world and on annoyed he's not is and the thing is as well people were on board for him he added ria time i was not on both the him really us at the tom nar there now i had at a personal incident with highs legendary no that's not what you wanna share enfant i i've talked about it before it's uh you always doing which i radio show and he came in to promote nick kellie kellie milligrams of aids uh you're in that my sarah hunt i ask i was his bid double but yes so economy in and it was like he'd brain hijacked to be dragged into now are at a time like the case probably had been probably ave told he like we or whatever but he was being very grumpy and which but which on how best showing ghana fans and i want to ask for them to come in and that sort of stuff i am we three question asked a question and would just get nothing oldies like woody kind of light just introspective like you is just low low she wanted to understand why knitted yes are angry and we he's rage in fraud and i said jio wreck in it's just 'cause he had really bad ha ha i am nuts legis ads.

fraud nick kellie kellie ghana woody jio
"kellie " Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"kellie " Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"The where they've stolen of the kicking a photo from a friend and said let me bait the guy to go on the dating site as someone else right and it and there you find it there guy still at as i n he does agree to meet the girl i don't give you should if you're like st louis nicest guy in the i think of venture lee you can get this guy know how many lines it'll take dutch michel i guess you should i do that peter i don't think i'd want to now i would live and like our creators drivers have guy he no fuck it he might be a little see i'm sometimes i get him what he knows the does get some people that know he's my husband so he's like who's this word 'person asking to be friend and he gets all he goes the other day he does jiminy russian girls want to be my friend like he knows it's like hey big daddy you know like your shares type of things so they'll just me and the first thing he says want free sex and like what really is always has on instagram three six now i don't know but i believe you can get beyond thing because i just talked about that there is no chance in hell i will ever be on kelly and ryan just revealed why i think it's not real now out of the that is i don't think there's chance i remember into beyond kellie kellie in other words call now writing kellie kellie morning good morning with killing or something like that yeah i dunno hopefully won't listen to.

kelly ryan kellie kellie russian